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California Has a Lot of Recall Attempts, and Not Just for Governors

MSNBC Rachel Maddow (audio)

01:52 min | 8 months ago

California Has a Lot of Recall Attempts, and Not Just for Governors

"The city of los angeles alone. There are currently three efforts underway right now to recall members of the los angeles city council and the tone of the l. a. times here is telling quote another day another recall notice in the city of los angeles. You need a grand total of five voters to get together to begin the process of calling for a recall for los angeles official five voters. Literally you can start a recall with the number of people you can fit in your camry and it's not just lay across the state of california. There are more than seventy elected officials who are facing the threat of recall just this year. Because that's how they do it in california california asked for recalls all the time you can mount a recall campaign against any statewide elected official for any reason at all if you can achieve the grand results of collecting signatures from just twelve percent of people. Who voted in the last election for that seat. Not twelve percent of registered voters but twelve percent of the number of people who voted in the last election for that seat specifically. That's all you need to be able to get that. Statewide elected official. Put up for recall as low bars. Go this is kind of so low. It just sits there on the floor and invites you to walk on it. And so every governor in california for the past sixty years as faced at one attempt to recall them And you will of course recalled the successful two thousand and three recall of democrat. California governor gray davis. That's how we ended up. Bizarrely with governor arnold schwarzenegger for a hot but now the republicans are trying again with this. Recall attempt that they are mounting against democratic governor gavin. Newsom the polls close tomorrow tonight Excuse me close tomorrow night at eight. Pm pacific time

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"governor arnold schwarzenegger" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

03:50 min | 1 year ago

"governor arnold schwarzenegger" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"19 vaccine to some 65 pharmacies across the country, so places like CVS Walgreens as well as Rite Aid. And Costco, WalMart as well as other grocery stores. While the death toll the number of cases has been diminishing in recent weeks, the U. S death toll is nearing 465,000 activists demonstrated at the home of Sacramento Mayor Darrell Steinberg on Saturday night. They posted pictures on social media and called on Steinberg to resign. A spokesperson for the mayor denounced the demonstration, citing several damages to Steinberg's property. And serious threats of violence. The activists blame Steinberg for not opening warming centers for the homeless during recent storms. George Shultz, who served as secretary of state under President Ronald Reagan, died Saturday. He was 100 years old. The Hoover Institution at Stanford University, where Schultz, long served as a distinguished fellow, announced his death Sunday. In a statement, Governor Newsome reacted to Showalter's passing, saying that he significantly shaped America's foreign policy. Former Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger also praise Schultz, sharing that he had been one of the governor's earliest supporters and mentors and was a visionary for our country. He died at his home on the Stanford campus. And, of course, the George Schultz played a major role, not only in the U. S and foreign affairs policies, but here in California he was very close to former Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger. He relied on and he was a mentor to him. Or in Arkansas Governor Asa Hutchinson Republican is on the record, saying he believes the Republican Party needs to do some soul searching about its future. He appeared on ABC is this week and it is our featured audio clip this hour and our Monday morning wrap of the Sunday morning talk shows. President Trump has helped build the party in the last four years. I hope he does not help to destroy the party. In the coming four years, and we need to have a level of accountability. We also need to make sure that we don't tear ourselves apart as we go into The midterm elections next next year and beyond that, well, I'm not a just a midterm elections next year. Kristina this week the U. S senate. The trial is it It's going to begin. On and there's just a lot of there are a lot of questions about. Where is the Republican Party going? Who's in control? Who's calling the shots and it's a Hutchinson has come out and said there needs to be soul searching with Republicans to figure out where they want to go next well, and so far, the numbers show it's very unlikely they'll get a conviction. On, but we do expect to hear some emotional testimony. And while all that's going on stimulus is not getting done, right, so it's not. It's not seeing that the Republicans are going to allow a bifurcation so you know, discuss The trial in the morning and legislation at night so along those lines, by the way, in terms of its looking like a conviction, and it's not going to happen. Senator Pat Toomey, Republican Pennsylvania, who, by the way has been a big critic, a top critic of former president Trump And called for him actually to resign after the riots at the Capitol, said in an interview over the weekend that it is unlikely that the Senate will vote for a conviction on the one count of incitement of insurrection, which is the only count that will be heard of the Senate. So you're absolutely right onto me is coming out and confirming what we kind of thought about as we're heading into this week. Conviction is Very unlikely. No, it's unlikely and you know it could. I think both Democrats and Republicans would like to get this over as soon as possible because there are stimulus. That they need to discuss and the longer that goes on and the longer those checks we're not going out. I sense Republicans want this over quicker than Democrats. Perhaps. All right, let's get you caught up in your top. National stories..

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Arnold Schwarzenegger compares US Capitol mob to Nazis

AP News Radio

00:47 sec | 1 year ago

Arnold Schwarzenegger compares US Capitol mob to Nazis

"Former California governor Arnold Schwarzenegger is blasting president Donald Trump for last week's insurrection at the U. S. capitol president trump is a failed leader he will go down in history as the worst president ever Arnold Schwarzenegger mincing no words when it comes to president Donald Trump the man he replaced as host of the reality TV show the apprentice Schwarzenegger compared the mob that stormed the capital last week to the **** who overran Germany and his native Austria in nineteen thirty eight the terminator actor rips trump personally noting that his term as president will soon be terminated the good thing is did you soon will be as the relevant doesn't org tweets what's in it this tirade against trump ran close to eight minutes and was released on social media I'm Oscar wells Gabriel

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California Hospitals, Nurses Union Battle Over Patient Ratio Law

Morning Edition

03:54 min | 1 year ago

California Hospitals, Nurses Union Battle Over Patient Ratio Law

"Is a battle going on between hospitals and the state's powerful nurses union because of a surgeon hospitalizations. The state is asking nurses to take care of Morven since than they normally would. It waters down a nurse to patient ratio law that so far exists only in California from member station KQED. April Damn, Bosque reports normally telemetry nurses take care of four patients at once. But since the governor relax the state's ratio law in mid December Norris a black has to keep track of six were given 50% more patients, and we're expected to do 50% more things. With the same amount of time Her patients are sick. Many of them are in the hospital for a stroke or heart attack, and they have cove it Black is terrified of missing something or making a mistake. You know, I go home and I feel like I could have done more. Oh, I could have done this for them. I could have done that for them. But there just wasn't enough time. In recent weeks, the state has excused 170 hospitals from the normal ratio, rules and nurses have taken to the streets in socially descent. Protests like this one in San Bernadino. Thank you's hospitals of putting profits over preparing for a search of laying nurses off over the summer than not hiring enough for winter. It seems that the hospitals have been more reactive. Than proactive in their staffing In California's current search four times as many people are testing positive for the virus compared to the summer up to 7000 new patients could be coming to California hospitals every day. That's according to Carmela Coyle, the head of the state's Hospital association, she says there's no way around the math. We are simply out of nurses out of doctors out of respiratory therapists. Coyle says hospitals have tried the higher contract nurses but because California's surged early during the summer and other parts of the United States then surged afterwards. Those travel nurses are taken. Coyle says hospitals next step is to try team nursing pulling nurses from the operating room, for example, to help with covert patients. Economist Joints. Pets studies the healthcare workforce at UC San Francisco. She says hospitals should have started training for this over the summer. But they didn't either because of costs or excessive optimism. California was doing so well and that we kind of got it under control, and I think there was a lot of belief that we would be able to maintain that. Spent, says the nurses union has reason to be defensive of the law that limits the number of patients nurses have to care for. At one time, it took 10 years before it passed the Legislature in 1999. And several more to clear the court challenges, including one from then Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger as some rally where they were protesting. He made some offhand comment about kicking the nurses butts because I'm always kicking up, Bud. That's why they don't like me, which really hardened the opposition to him. Nurses prevailed in the court of public opinion and law, but the battle has made them fiercely protective of patient ratios. Even accused hospitals of using the pandemic to try to roll them back for good. Hospitals deny this and spent says it's unlikely to go in and say, Oh, you clearly did so well without ratios when we let you wave them, So let's just eliminate them entirely, I think would be just adding insult to moral injury to nurses. The public can see that nurses are overworked and burned out by the pandemic spent says hospitals probably wouldn't want to pick a fight with them over job protections once it's over for NPR News, April dumbass Key in Oakland. April story is part of a partnership with NPR, Kaiser Health News and KQED

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California Nurses Demonstrate Outside Hospitals As COVID Crisis Worsens

Marketplace

04:02 min | 1 year ago

California Nurses Demonstrate Outside Hospitals As COVID Crisis Worsens

"In California. The Corona virus crisis is triggering a battle between hospitals and the state's powerful nurses union. Hospitals run out of staff. The state is asking nurses to take care of more patients at once than they normally would watering down the union's most sacrosanct job protection. A nurse to patient ratio law that so far exists on Lee in California. KQED s health correspondent April de Bosque reports. Normally telemetry. Nurses take care of four patients at once. But now that the governor has relaxed the state's ratio law Norris a black has to keep track of six were given 50% more patients, and we're expected to do 50% more things. With the same amount of time Her patients are sick. Many of them are in the hospital for a stroke or heart attack, and they have coveted black is terrified of missing something or making a mistake. You know, I go home, and I feel like I could have done more. Oh, I could have done this for them. I could have done that for them. But there just wasn't enough time. In recent weeks, the state has excused 170 hospitals from the normal ratio, rules and nurses have taken to the streets in socially distant protests like this one in San Bernadino. Carrying signs that say ratios save lives. They accused hospitals of putting profits over preparing for a surge of lying nurses off over this summer than not hiring or training enough for winter. It seems that the hospitals have been more reactive. Than proactive in their staffing in California's current surge four times as many people are testing positive for the virus compared to the summer peak up to 7000 new patients could be coming to California hospitals every day. That's according to Carmela Coyle, the head of the state's Hospital association. She says. There's no way around the math. We are simply out of nurses out of doctors out of respiratory therapists. Coyle says hospitals have tried to hire contract nurses, but because California's surged early during the summer and other parts of the United States then surged afterwards. Those travel nurses are taken, she says. The change to the ratios is saving lives, and we cannot in the crisis of this proportion, buying nurses and doctors hands with red tape. Coyle says hospitals next step is to try team nursing pulling nurses from the operating room, for example, to help with covert patients. UC San Francisco economics professor joins Spitz says hospitals should have started training for this over the summer, but they didn't either because of costs or excessive optimism. California was doing so well and that we kind of got it under control, and I think there was a lot of belief that we would be able to maintain that spent says the nurses union has reason to be defensive of the ratio law. It took 10 years before it passed the Legislature in 1999, then several more to clear the court challenges, including one from then Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger as some rally where they were protesting. He made some offhand comment about kicking the nurses but because I'm always kicking death, but that's why they don't like me, which really hardened the opposition to him. Nurses prevailed in the court of public opinion and law, but the battle has made them fiercely protective of ratios. They've even accused hospitals of using the pandemic to try to roll them back for good. Hospitals denied this, and Spence says it's unlikely to go in and say Oh, you clearly did so well without ratios when we let you wave them, So let's just eliminate them entirely, I think would be just adding insult to moral injury to nurses. The public can see that nurses are overworked and burned out by the pandemic spent says there will be little appetite to cut back their job protections once it's over.

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"governor arnold schwarzenegger" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

01:51 min | 1 year ago

"governor arnold schwarzenegger" Discussed on KGO 810

"Federal cap and trade system. Spring 2009 billion. President Obama's first term hopes for the country's first national climate plan rested on the Waxman Markey bill a proposed a cap and trade program. Would place the limits on greenhouse gas emissions while creating a market for companies to buy and sell permission to pollute. John McCain and Barack Obama both supported cap in trade, as did many of America's biggest industrial companies. That window of opportunity didn't last. The idea of placing regulation on industry and costs on consumers in a country recovering from recession generated fierce opposition and the bill didn't make it past the House. The so called climate change bill is dead in the water in the Senate Republicans still favored cap in trade because it was market base and essentially created a new commodity to trade. In California Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger was advancing a cap and trade program that was seen as a possible model for the country. But in 2010, the D party burst onto the scene and took a captain trade. Yes, I call it tax and kill because it's going to tax us to kingdom come and kill jobs. One week before the 2012 presidential election Superstorm Sandy hit the East Coast. Causing Barack Obama and Mitt Romney to both briefly paws their campaigns. With climate related storms rising Obama focused on climate in a second term, he enacted the Clean Power Plan rejected the Keystone XL pipeline signed the Paris agreement. Placed limits on natural gas methane emissions, introduce stricter emission standards on vehicles and blocked oil drilling in the Arctic Circle by 2016. The U. S had the most ambitious climate agenda it had ever had. But we all know what happened next. Donald Trump has defeated Foolery flim to become president elect. Of the United States. When.

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"governor arnold schwarzenegger" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

02:11 min | 1 year ago

"governor arnold schwarzenegger" Discussed on KGO 810

"Leadership on climate change that will strengthen our security and create millions of new jobs in the process. That will start with a federal cap and trade system. Spring. 2009 early in President Obama's first term hopes for the country's first national climate plan rested on the Waxman Markey bill a proposed a cap and trade program. Would place a limit on greenhouse gas emissions while creating a market for companies to buy and sell permission to pollute. John McCain and Barack Obama both supported cap in trade, as did many of America's biggest industrial companies. That window of opportunity didn't last. The idea of placing regulation on industry and costs on consumers in a country recovering from recession generated fierce opposition and the bill didn't make it past the House. The so called climate change bill is dead in the water in the Senate Republicans still favored cap in trade because it was market base and essentially created a new commodity to trade. California Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger was advancing a cap and trade program that was seen as a possible model for the country. But in 2010, the D party burst onto the scene and took a nap in trade. Yes, I call it tax and kill because it's gonna tax us to kingdom come and kill jobs. One week before the 2012 presidential election Superstorm Sandy hit the East Coast. Causing Barack Obama and Mitt Romney to both briefly paws their campaigns. With climate related storms rising Obama focused on climate in a second term, he enacted the Clean Power Plan rejected the Keystone XL pipeline signed the Paris agreement. Placed limits on natural gas methane emissions, introduce stricter emission standards on vehicles and blocked oil drilling in the Arctic Circle by 2016. The U. S had the most ambitious climate agenda it had ever had. But we all know what happened next. Donald Trump has defeated Hillary Clinton to become president elect of the United States. When President Trump took office the rollbacks began with in his first year, he removed any mention of climate change from the White House websites. Please climate deniers and fossil fuel executives.

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Arnold Schwarzenegger undergoes heart surgery, says he's feeling 'fantastic'

Rafferty

00:24 sec | 1 year ago

Arnold Schwarzenegger undergoes heart surgery, says he's feeling 'fantastic'

"Politician had heart surgery performed in Cleveland on Ly Pain and maybe Ah heart condition Movie star and former California Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger posting on his Twitter account after undergoing a heart procedure at the Cleveland Clinic. He says he now has a new aortic valve to work with his new pulmonary valve from his last surgery. Schwarzenegger posting pictures of himself in the hospital bed and also around Cleveland, saying he feels fantastic. Jack Crumley

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"governor arnold schwarzenegger" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

01:52 min | 1 year ago

"governor arnold schwarzenegger" Discussed on KQED Radio

"A federal cap and trade system. Spring 2009 billion. President Obama's first term hopes for the country's first national climate plan rested on the Waxman Markey bill proposed a cap in trade program. I would place the limits on greenhouse gas emissions while creating a market for companies to buy and sell permission to pollute. John McCain and Barack Obama both supported cap in trade, as did many of America's biggest industrial companies. But that window of opportunity didn't last. The idea of placing regulation on industry and costs on consumers in a country recovering from a session generated fierce opposition and the bill didn't make it past the House. The so called climate change bill is dead in the water in the Senate Republicans still favored cap in trade because it was market based and essentially created a new commodity to trade. California Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger was advancing a cap and trade program that was seen as a possible model for the country. But in 2010, the D party burst onto the scene and took a trade. Yes, I call it tax and kill because it's going to tax us to kingdom come and kill jobs. One week before the 2012 presidential election Superstorm Sandy hit the East Coast. Causing Barack Obama and Mitt Romney to both briefly paws their campaigns. With climate related storms rising Obama focused on climate in a second term, he enacted the Clean Power Plan rejected the Keystone XL pipeline signed the Paris Agreement placed limits on natural gas methane emissions introduced stricter emissions standards on vehicles. And blocked oil drilling in the Arctic Circle by 2016. The U. S had the most ambitious climate agenda it had ever had. But we all know what happened next. Donald Trump has defeated Hillary Clinton's become president elect of the United States..

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"governor arnold schwarzenegger" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

760 KFMB Radio

04:00 min | 3 years ago

"governor arnold schwarzenegger" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

"Wings, please. I remember when you used to have that federal breast inspector you all the time never worked. Never fooled. Anybody? You know I don't Beverly Hills. Just enacted the most stringent tobacco ban in the country. And I want to give you the details on this story at some point, but there was one exception, and that is the cigar lounges favored by the rich and famous, they exempted them, including governor Arnold Schwarzenegger, who wrote a very, very persuasive and heartfelt note saying, essentially, this fine, Ben, which ones, but not stuff. I like my rich friends. Beverly Hills went along with it. You can't sell you can't use do anything. Oh, except for the cigar bars where the rich guys hang out. Yeah. Right. Yes. Such as the history of the world. Hip gotta hit you with this kind of breaking like kick. Arnold writing a back for that. I know I'm stealing some of Marshall's news. But so so Nancy Pelosi has meeting this morning with the House, Democrats. Some of them are screaming, and she that we need to impeach. She apparently talked him down from the cliff, then Trump says something about it. So marshals got that in his news, but I wanted to give you a New York Times the way to handle it. And I don't know what if this is true. And what is not their languages, so loaded. The headline Trump blows up after meeting with Pelosi and Schumer. Okay. Let me read the sentence in every word. I could pick apart. I don't know if it's true, not President Trump abruptly blew up a scheduled meeting with democratic congressional leaders by blew up meeting. Do you mean he canceled the meeting postponed lashing out at speaker, Nancy Pelosi by lashing out saying something that, would, you know against what she wanted? He then marched out into the rose garden by March deeming walked, right? Yeah. See just all this stuff. I don't know. He delivered a statement bristling with anger, or, you know, it was strongly worded on his side. I write all this stuff blew up a meeting marched out. How about abruptly blow up the meeting as opposed to gradually? What does that mean? Did he did he cancel the meeting and walkout? If I watched it, what I said he cancelled meeting what it's just I don't know. We're going to have to move that to tomorrow, maybe late morning, and then he walks outside for some fresh air, or, or like they had to physically restrain him from pulling a gun and running over to the capitol. The would know from just a hyperbole. I have a philosophical question, but it would kill the rest of the segment so good. It's going good. Why are we here is I don't know. Why are we here should be or not to be white about going with to be quite a bad things happen to good people? That's, that's what I'm counting on. Good things happening to bad people. That's my whole plan. Anyway, we can worry about it tomorrow. So this is kind of interesting. This was from a Harvard. Political scientist. Studying protests around the world. And finding that non violent protests work better than violent protests, more often. And you really only need about three and a half percent of the population. Actively participating in something to ensure serious political change about three and a half percent. That's conclusion after studying this sort of stuff. What's one percent of the American population three hundred thousand people roughly, or is it thirty thousand I'm bad at math? Or is it three people? I think it's three three percents three people. We have one hundred people in the country research, by this political scientists out of Harvard confirms that civil disobedience is not only the moral choice in protesters as opposed to violent, but it's the most powerful way of shaping world politics by a long way, looking at hundreds of campaigns over the last century, she found that nonviolent campaigns are twice as likely to achieve their goals, violent campaigns, and although the exact dynamics will depend on many factors. She's shown it takes around three and a half percent of the population..

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Arnold Schwarzenegger: 'Terminate Gerrymandering Once And For All'

The Big Biz Radio Show

00:41 sec | 3 years ago

Arnold Schwarzenegger: 'Terminate Gerrymandering Once And For All'

"Actor and former California governor Arnold Schwarzenegger is joining the call to terminate what many people consider a problem across the country, USA radio networks Timberg explains former California governor Arnold Schwarzenegger's among the protesters gathering in front of the supreme court calling for an end to gerrymandering Schwarzenegger was among those who spoke at the fair map rally which coincided with the supreme court hearing a redistricting case in North Carolina and Maryland. Not in my wildest dreams. Did I think about fifty years ago when I came to this country as immigrants that one day? I will be standing in front of the supreme court of the United States and fight gerrymandering

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"governor arnold schwarzenegger" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

KLIF 570 AM

01:53 min | 3 years ago

"governor arnold schwarzenegger" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

"The problem, then how you hearing. I'm Elliot Francis bipartisanship. And an all of the above strategy was evident as a conference committee began the difficult task yesterday of trying to solve the border security problem and avoid another government shutdown. Linda Kenyon reports the first day of the conference committee wrapped up with bipartisan agreement or look at all options. Not just a wall or barrier and not just technology or personnel while the president insistent on his border wall has said another government shutdown is possible. He's also said he might declare a national emergency and use money from other departments to build the border wall. If the opening statements from the conference committee or any indication he could face stiff opposition should he decide to take that route, Linda Kenyon, Washington and customs enforcement has been forced feeding sixty teens who are on a hunger strike at a detention facility in Texas about a part of a larger group of immigrants in Florida. Arizona. California who stopped eating to protest their conditions. An ice spokesperson says a federal judge authorized the force feeding. In california. Former Manson follower, Leslie Van Houten has been judged suitable for parole Van Houten was only nineteen when she helped in the killings of Lino and Rosemary labianca in August of nineteen sixty-nine supposed to start a revolution. And Halton now sixty nine at one of her nearly two dozen parole hearings in the last fifty years, she has been found suitable for parole two other times, but both times denied once by then governor Arnold Schwarzenegger, and once by former governor Jerry Brown now governor Gavin Newsom, we'll have a chance to decide at a little over three months. He can either deny send it back to the full parole board for a hearing uphold the recommendation or take no action at all which in essence will release Van Houten Jim Roope. Los Angeles, lawyers are blasting delays and the government's handling of applications for citizenship. Green cards and other immigration benefits. Wait times nearly doubled.

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"governor arnold schwarzenegger" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

01:58 min | 3 years ago

"governor arnold schwarzenegger" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"Four times a day. W A L, A Cumulus station. Problem, dan. How you I'm Elliot Francis bipartisanship. And an all of the above strategy was evident as a conference committee began the difficult task yesterday of trying to solve the border security problem and avoid another government shutdown. Linda Kenyon reports the first day of the conference committee wrapped up with bipartisan agreement to look at all options. Not just a wall or barrier and not just technology or personnel while the president insisted on his border wall has said another government shutdown is possible. He's also said he might declare a national emergency and use money from other departments to build the border wall. If the opening statements from the conference committee or any indication he could face stiff opposition should he decide to take that route, Linda Kenyon, Washington and customs enforcement has been forced feeding sixty who are on a hunger strike at a detention facility in Texas about a part of a larger group of immigrants in Florida. Arizona California who stopped eating to protest their conditions. An ice spokesperson says a federal judge authorized the force feeding. Oh in California. Former Manson follower, Leslie Van Houten has been judged suitable for parole Manhattan was only nineteen when she helped in the killings of Lino and Rosemary labianca in August of nineteen sixty-nine supposed to start a revolution. And Halton now sixty nine at one of her nearly two dozen parole hearings in the last fifty years, she has been found suitable for parole two other times, but both times denied once by then governor Arnold Schwarzenegger, and what's by former governor Jerry Brown. Now, governor Gavin Newsom we'll have a chance to decide in a little over three months. He can either deny send it back to the full parole board for a hearing a pull the recommendation or take no action at all which in essence will release Van Houten Jim Roope. Los Ange, lawyers are blasting delays and the government's handling of applications for citizenship screen cards and other immigration benefits. Wait times nearly doubled over a.

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"governor arnold schwarzenegger" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

02:31 min | 3 years ago

"governor arnold schwarzenegger" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"Words the future is stem. More opportunities better pay and the road to these great jobs start as early as middle school. So if you're a student talk to your school counselor about stem, if you're a parent talk to your kids because the job you'll get in the future may very well. Depend on what you do today. A public service message from America's navy? Hannity levin. One zero one five at seven twenty AM, Katie Las Vegas. A Beasley Media Group station. Solving the problem Ben helping hearing I'm Elliot Francis bipartisanship. And an all of the above strategy was evident as a conference committee began the difficult task yesterday of trying to solve the border security problem and avoid another government shutdown. Linda Kenyon reports the first day of the conference committee wrapped up with bipartisan agreement to look at all options. Not just a wall or barrier and not just technology or personnel while the president insisted on his border wall has said another government shutdown is possible. He's also said he might declare a national emergency and use money from other departments to build the border wall. If the opening statements from the conference committee or any indication he could face stiff opposition should he decide to take that route, Linda Kenyon, Washington and customs enforcement has been force-feeding sixty who are on a hunger strike at a detention facility in Texas about a part of a larger group of immigrants in Florida. Arizona California who stopped eating to protests there. Conditions. An ice spokesperson says a federal judge authorized the force feeding on California. Former Manson follower, Leslie Van Houten has been judged suitable for parole Manhattan was only nineteen when she held on the killings of Lino Rosemary labianca in August of nineteen sixty-nine supposed to start a revolution Manhattan. Now, sixty nine at one of her nearly two dozen parole hearings in the last fifty years, she has been found suitable for parole two other times, but both times denied once by then governor Arnold Schwarzenegger, and once by former governor Jerry Brown now governor Gavin Newsom, we'll have a chance to decide in a little over three months. He can either deny send it back to the full parole board for a hearing uphold the recommendation or take no action at all which essence will release Van Houten Jim Roope. Los Angeles, lawyers are blasting delays and the government's handling of applications for citizenship screen cards and other immigration benefits. Wait times nearly doubled over a four year.

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"governor arnold schwarzenegger" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

01:49 min | 3 years ago

"governor arnold schwarzenegger" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"Bro considered. I'm Elliot Francis. A group of seventeen lawmakers met for the first time Wednesday to figure out how to strike a deal on border security and avoid a government shutdown by February fifteenth. Linda Kenyon reports Texas democratic congressman Henry says barriers or walls are extensive Francis. Caused approximately twenty five miles I twenty five million dollars per mile twenty five million dollars you add one mile of technology. Compare it one to two million dollars and Claire says he's asked many border patrol chiefs. This question how much time does the wall by you? They all have said, quote, a few minutes or a few seconds, depending who wants a cross over Tano catapults put billions of dollars. I'll buy you a one hundred dollar ladder. President Trump's demand for a five point seven billion dollar border wall triggered the longest government shutdown in the nation's history. Linda Kenyon, Washington special counsel suspects that Russians are altering evidence to discredit counsel's investigation court documents claim a pro Russian Twitter account. It used information for a criminal case that Robert Muller's team brought against the Russian social media company as part of an attempt to create disinformation. A former medicine follower, Leslie Van Houten has been judged suitable for parole by California parole, Pat, and how was only nineteen when she helped in the killings of Lino and Rosemary labianca in August of nineteen sixty nine proposed to start a revolution Manhattan. Now, sixty nine at one of her nearly two dozen parole hearings in the last fifty years, she has been found suitable for parole two other times, but both times denied once by then governor Arnold Schwarzenegger, and once by former governor Jerry Brown now governor Gavin Newsom, we'll have a chance to decide a little over three months. He can either deny send it back to the full parole board for a hearing pull the recommendation or take no action at all which in essence will release Van Houten. Jim Roope, Los Angeles lawyers blasting delays and the government's.

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"governor arnold schwarzenegger" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

KLIF 570 AM

02:15 min | 3 years ago

"governor arnold schwarzenegger" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

"Considered. I'm Elliot Francis. A group of seventeen lawmakers met for the first time Wednesday to figure out how to strike a deal on border security and avoid a government shutdown by February fifteenth. Linda Kenyon reports Texas democratic congressman Henry cueyer says barriers or walls are expensive Francis has approximately twenty five miles I twenty five million dollars per mile forty five million dollars. You had one mile of technology. Compare it one to two million dollars and choir says, he's asked many border patrol chiefs. This question how much time does a wall by you? They all have said, quote, a few minutes or a few seconds, depending who wants a cross over Tano catapults put billions of dollars buy you a one hundred dollar ladder. President Trump's demand for five point seven billion dollar border wall triggered the longest government shutdown in the nation's history. Linda Kenyon, Washington special counsel suspects that Russians are altering evidence to discredit counsel's investigation court documents claim a pro Russian Twitter account used. Information for a criminal case that Robert Muller's team brought against the Russian social media company is part of an attempt to create disinformation. A former medicine follower. Leslie Van Houten has been judged suitable for parole by California parole, Pat, and how was only nineteen when she helped in the killings of Leno and Rosemary labianca in August of nineteen sixty nine post, a standard, revolution Manhattan. Now, sixty nine at one of her nearly two dozen parole hearings in the last fifty years, she has been found suitable for parole two other times, but both times denied once by then governor Arnold Schwarzenegger, and once by former governor Jerry Brown now governor Gavin Newsom, we'll have a chance to decide in a little over three months. He can either deny send it back to the full parole board for a hearing uphold the recommendation or take no action at all which in essence will release Van Houten. Jim Roope, Los Angeles lawyers blasting delays and the government's handling of applications for citizenship and green cards times nearly doubled over a four-year period. I'm Elliot Francis. President Trump's new tax law cut your taxes by five trillion dollars. Now, you can reduce your taxes two zero the best selling guide, the Trump tax cut by Eva Rosenburgh, showed you how with tax deductions loopholes and money saving secrets one loophole gives a twenty percent cut in your tax rate..

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"governor arnold schwarzenegger" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

02:16 min | 3 years ago

"governor arnold schwarzenegger" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"L broke considered. I'm Elliot Francis. A group of seventeen lawmakers met for the first time Wednesday to figure out how to strike a deal on border security and avoid a government shutdown by February fifteenth. Under Kenyon reports Texas democratic congressman Henry says barriers or walls are expensive Francis. Caused approximately twenty five my twenty five million dollars per mile pretty five million dollars. You had one mile of technology. Compare it one to two million dollars and cueyer says he's asked many border patrol checks. This question how much time does a wall by they all have said, quote, a few minutes or few seconds, depending who wants cross over tunnel. Catapults put billions of dollars. I'll buy you a one hundred dollar ladder. President Trump's demand for five point seven billion dollar border wall triggered the longest government shutdown in the nation. History. Linda Kenyon, Washington special counsel suspects that Russians are altering evidence to discredit counsel's investigation court documents claim a pro Russian Twitter account used information for a criminal case that Robert Muller's team brought against the Russian social media company is part of an attempt to create disinformation. Aforementioned follower, Leslie, Van Houten has been judged suitable for parole by California parole, Pat, and how was only nineteen when she helped on the killings of Lino and Rosemary labianca in August of nineteen sixty nine supposed to standard evolution then Houghton now sixty nine at one of her nearly two dozen parole hearings in the last fifty years, she has been found suitable for parole two other times, but both times denied once by then governor Arnold Schwarzenegger, and once by former governor Jerry Brown now governor Gavin Newsom, we'll have a chance to decide in a little over three months. He can either deny send it back to the full parole board for a hearing Opole the recommendation or take no action at all which essence will release Van Houten. Jim Roope, Los Angeles lawyers blasting delays in. Government's handling of applications for citizenship and green cards. We times nearly doubled over four year period. I'm Elliot Francis. I hurt my leg in an accident and was in the hospital for ever when I got out the pain was excruciating. And my leg got sort of red and warm. I thought it was a pinched nerve turned out with deep vein. Thrombosis my healthcare professional said it came from being in bed.

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"governor arnold schwarzenegger" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

01:39 min | 3 years ago

"governor arnold schwarzenegger" Discussed on KCRW

"Whoa. We're gonna play yesterday's. Well, that's him in one thousand nine hundred seventy seven the first time he was governor. With scientists studying gray whales off, California's coast, press corps in tow. I came out here to see that the idea of the project is to put these hydrophones in the water environmentalism wasn't exactly mainstream yet. He was promoting solar in the middle. Seventies kind of astonishing. Of course, it was governor Arnold Schwarzenegger who signed California's first major climate law, but Brown turned up the volume he's had a goal to put five million electric cars on the road this year. He signed a law requiring one hundred percent clean energy by twenty forty five. When President Trump said, the US would leave the international climate agreement Brown, let his own movement governments. He can mean them in San Francisco is past fall. No, more talk. Now is the time for action. He took the message to China even to the Vatican for whatsoever. A man so that Shelley also reap climate change seemed to tap into his spirituality before he went into politics Brown trained to be a Jesuit priest on we deal. With the environment and the fundamental conditions of nature. That's about as close to theology as I think he can get Browne even managed something quite rare. These days winning over Republican lawmakers for his climate policies like California assembly member. Chad Mace Michaels had a seat at the table literally in his office. I think governor Brown I'm has understood that on the big issues you need to have bipartisan support and yet some of his harshest critics..

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"governor arnold schwarzenegger" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

01:39 min | 3 years ago

"governor arnold schwarzenegger" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Whales? Well, we're gonna play yesterday's well that's him in one thousand nine hundred seventy seven the first time he was governor. With scientists studying gray whales off California's coast press corps, Intel. Out here to see the idea of the project is to put these hydrophones in the water environmentalism wasn't exactly mainstream yet. He was promoting solar in the middle. Seventies kind of assigning. Of course, it was governor Arnold Schwarzenegger who signed California's first major climate law, but Brown turned up the volume he's had a goal to put five million electric cars on the road this year. He signed a law requiring one hundred percent clean energy by twenty forty five. And when President Trump said, the US would leave the international climate agreement Brown, let his own movement of governments. He can wean them in San Francisco this past fall. No, more talk. Now is the time for action. He took the message to China even to the Vatican for whatsoever. A man so that Shelley also reap climate change seemed to tap into his spirituality before he went into politics Brown trained to be a Jesuit priest on we deal. With the environment and the fundamental conditions of nature. That's about as close to theology as I think he can get Browne even managed something quite rare. These days winning over Republican lawmakers for his climate policies like California assembly member. Chad Mace Michaels had a seat at the table literally in his office. I think governor Brown and has understood that on the big issues you need to have bipartisan support and yet some of his harshest critics..

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"governor arnold schwarzenegger" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

01:40 min | 3 years ago

"governor arnold schwarzenegger" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Anymore? Well, well, we're gonna play yesterday's. Well, that's him in nineteen seventy seven the first time. He was governor. With scientists studying gray whales off, California's coast, press corps in tow. No, I came here to see that the idea of the project is to put these hydrophones in the water environmentalism wasn't exactly mainstream yet. He was promoting solar in the middle. Seventies kind of astonishing. Of course, it was governor Arnold Schwarzenegger who signed California's first major climate law, but Brown turned up the volume he's had a goal to put five million electric cars on the road this year. He signed a law requiring one hundred percent clean energy by twenty forty five. And when President Trump said, the US would leave the international climate agreement Brown, let his own movement of governments. He can wean them in San Francisco is past fall. No, more talk. Now's the time for action. He took the message to China even to the Vatican for whatsoever. A man so that Shelley also reap climate change seemed to tap into his spirituality before he went into politics Brown trained to be a Jesuit priest on we deal. With the environment and the fundamental conditions of nature. That's about as close to theology as I think he can get Browne even managed something quite rare V stays winning over Republican lawmakers for his climate policies like California assembly member Chad May's, my caucus had a seat at the table literally in his office. I think governor Brown understood that on the big issues you need to have bipartisan support and yet some of his harshest critics..

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"governor arnold schwarzenegger" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

01:44 min | 3 years ago

"governor arnold schwarzenegger" Discussed on KQED Radio

"We're gonna play yesterday's well that's him in one thousand nine hundred seventy seven the first time he was governor. With scientists studying gray whales off California's coast press corps, Intel. I came out here to see the idea of the project is to put these hydrophones in the water environmentalism wasn't exactly mainstream yet. He was promoting solar in the middle. Seventies kind of Asana sharing. Of course, it was governor Arnold Schwarzenegger who signed California's first major climate law, but Brown turned up the volume he's had a goal to put five million electric cars on the road this year. He signed a law requiring one hundred percent clean energy by twenty forty five. And when President Trump said, the US would leave the international climate agreement Brown, let his own movement governments. He can mean them in San Francisco this past fall. No, more talk. Now is the time for action. He took the message to China even to the Vatican for whatsoever. A man so that Shelley also reap climate change seemed to tap into his spirituality before he went into politics Brown trained to be a Jesuit priest on we deal. With the environment and the fundamental conditions of nature. That's about as close to theology as I think he can get Browne even managed something quite rare. These days winning over Republican lawmakers for his climate policies like California assembly member. Chad Mace Michaels had a seat at the table literally in his office. I think governor Brown and has understood that on the big issues you need to have bipartisan support and yet some of his harshest critics. Have been environmentalists..

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"governor arnold schwarzenegger" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:26 min | 3 years ago

"governor arnold schwarzenegger" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Wasn't exactly mainstream yet. He was promoting solar in the middle. Seventies kind of astonishing. Of course, it was governor Arnold Schwarzenegger who signed California's first major climate law, but Brown turned up the volume he's had a goal to put five million electric cars on the road this year. He signed a law requiring one hundred percent clean energy by twenty forty five. And President Trump said the US would leave the international climate agreement Brown, let his own movement of governments. He can mean them in San Francisco is past fall. No, more talk. Now's the time for action. He took the message to China even to the Vatican for whatsoever. A man so that Shelley also reap climate change seemed to tap into his spirituality before he went into politics Brown trained to be a Jesuit priest. When we deal with the invite. Virement and the fundamental conditions of nature. That's about as close to theology as I think he can get Brown even managed something quite rare. These days winning over Republican lawmakers for his climate policies like California assembly member Chad May's, my caucus had a seat at the table literally in his office. I think governor Brown and has understood that on the big issues you need to have bipartisan support and yet some of his harshest critics. Have been environmentalists. Governor Brown has been a major disappointment on the issue of fracking and oil drilling. Adam scowls with the activist group food and water watch. He wanted to see Brown phase out all production in California. The state is the nation's fourth largest oil producer, but Brown being a political pragmatist didn't think ending oil production was the answer. The real challenge is that consumption of oil, which is going up under my administration. Go up. Four percent cars and trucks are still the state's biggest contributors to global warming. Looking back Brown admits he couldn't make a dent in that we have to go even further, and I agree with that. So no, I'm not satisfied at all. We're on the road to disaster. Governor elect Gavin Newsom may not have to tackle that alone. Governor Brown says he still plans to work on climate change in his retirement for NPR news. I'm Lauren summer in San Francisco. Today's story core is a love letter to the written word. Allegra rommel. Han has amassed thousands of books.

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"governor arnold schwarzenegger" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

01:34 min | 3 years ago

"governor arnold schwarzenegger" Discussed on KCRW

"The first time he was governor. With scientists studying gray whales off California's coast press corps, Intel. I came out here to see the idea of the project is to put these hydrophones in the water environmentalism wasn't exactly mainstream yet. He was promoting solar in the middle. Seventies kind of astonishing. Of course, it was governor Arnold Schwarzenegger who signed California's first major climate law, but Brown turned up the volume he's had a goal to put five million electric cars on the road this year. He signed a law requiring one hundred percent clean energy by twenty forty five. And when President Trump said, the US would leave the international climate agreement Brown, let his own movement governments. He can mean them in San Francisco this past fall. No, more talk. Now is the time for action. He took the message to China even to the Vatican for whatsoever. A man so that Shelley also reap climate change seemed to tap into his spirituality before he went into politics Brown trained to be a Jesuit priest on we deal. With the environment and the fundamental conditions of nature. That's about as close to theology as I think he can get Brown even managed something quite rare. These days winning over Republican lawmakers for his climate policies like California assembly member. Chad Mace Micheals had a seat at the table literally in his office. I think governor Brown and has understood that on the big issues you need out by partisan support. And yet some of his harshest critics..

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This is what Arnold Schwarzenegger regrets about his political career

Crime Time with Vito Colucci, P.I.

00:29 sec | 3 years ago

This is what Arnold Schwarzenegger regrets about his political career

"With C N N's, David Axelrod, former California governor Arnold Schwarzenegger said name calling is not a good move in politics. I've called the politicians girly man that I regretted later on because I realized it sounds good for my crowd. They was screaming. Yay. Is the Terminator then minutes to download them with the legislators instead of negotiating effort like it was not the right move Schwarzenegger. Shared his frustrations about how nothing is getting done in American politics. This is

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Ronny Jackson is being investigated by Defense Department inspector general

News, Traffic and Weather

00:57 sec | 4 years ago

Ronny Jackson is being investigated by Defense Department inspector general

"Voters approved governor arnold schwarzenegger pushed it through in twenty ten and it's gonna play since two thousand twelve and unlike a traditional primary where the democrats go to the polls on primary day choose one candidate the republicans and other they had to the fall all of the candidates regardless of party affiliation or on one ballot and all of them go up against each other at the top two advance in november so you could have two democrats running you could have republicans running abc political director recline in la the pentagon's investigating the president's personal physician and former va secretary pick rear admiral ronnie jackson most americans i heard from dr ronnie jackson when he presented the president's annual physical report is overall health is excellent he has incredible jeans the president then picked admiral jackson around the va and jackson withdrew his name after questions about his performance at work the defense department's inspector general now looking into those allegations to see if they should take any action andy field abc news washington movie producer harvey weinstein dune a manhattan court today to face.

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Schwarzenegger back home after heart surgery: spokesman

Sunday Morning with Elizabeth Espinoza

01:40 min | 4 years ago

Schwarzenegger back home after heart surgery: spokesman

"Searchable database that has the ability to track about two hundred ninety thousand new sources both foreign and domestic in a tweets homeland security press secretary tyler holton so the database is standard practice of monitoring current events and claimed that anyone suspicious of it are tinfoil hat wearing black helicopter conspiracy theorists rosacea rivera kfi news former governor arnold schwarzenegger is out of the hospital a little more than a week after he had emergency open heart surgery schwarzenegger's representative tweeted the seventy year old actor was released friday from cedar sinai medical center in los angeles schwarzenegger went to the hospital to get a heart valve replaced but when complications occur the open heart surgery team jumped in a big fat shiny rock has broken sales records southern diamonds says the world's most expensive diamond carat has sold to an unnamed buyer one of the world's largest broker says the over one hundred two carat jewel is larger in diameter than a quarter and is considered to be the rarest white diamond ever to be sold it's the world's only known d color round brilliant cut diamond over one hundred carats that is technically flawless the oxygen heirs have not yet revealed the total price paid but say the deal far exceeds the previous record in two thousand thirteen that means the super huge gem sold for at least twenty six million julius later kfi news hey it's rocky and rocky so there's sologne is in philadelphia filming the sequel to creed which is the sequel to the rocky movies he made a surprise visit to the statue of his rocky balboa character friday at the top of the art museum steps along with the philadelphia mayor jim kenney salone commission the statue for rocky three in nineteen eighty traffic from the helpful socal honda traffic.

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At least 15 killed as Gaza-Israel border protest turns deadly

Nightside with Dan Rea

01:15 min | 4 years ago

At least 15 killed as Gaza-Israel border protest turns deadly

"Not guilty in the middle east several people have been killed hundreds of others wounded us a palestinian demonstration on gaza's border with israel turns violent cbs's says roxana saberi has more israel is accusing the protest organizers of sparking the violence tensions are likely to remain high tomasz is calling for the protesters to stay at the border not backed out in syria a roadside bomb kills two coalition troops one from the us the other from the uk no other information about the deceased american has been released former california governor arnold schwarzenegger is in a los angeles hospital recovering from heart surgery the man formerly known as the governor is rick covering actor turned politician arnold schwarzenegger is in stable condition after undergoing heart surgery to replace a valve that was originally installed in nineteen ninetyseven and there is even a hollywood angle to all this remember schwarzenegger's most famous movie line from terminator well his first words in the recovery room came from another famous line in that same movie i'm back he's back and the prognosis appears to be good steve futterman cbs news los angeles wbz news time eight oh three traffic and weather together.

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Arnold Schwarzenegger is recovering from heart surgery, according to his rep (updated)

Brian Copeland

01:34 min | 4 years ago

Arnold Schwarzenegger is recovering from heart surgery, according to his rep (updated)

"Jio good afternoon i'm nikki medoro former governor arnold schwarzenegger is recovering in a los angeles hospital after undergoing heart surgery here's correspondent jim rupe it was a planned procedure to replace a pulmonary valve that was originally done back in nineteen ninetyseven the replacement valve was never meant to be permanent according to daniel schedule a spokesman for schwarzenegger it was always known he'd have to have the replacement replaced he says there was a medical team standing by in case something went wrong during surgery but there were no complications and schwarzenegger is resting comfortably officials are hoping to break ground on a project replacing twenty miles of border wall in new mexico in early april border patrol deputy commissioner ronald telo says the spending bill passed by congress will provide about one hundred miles of new and replacement wall the us border patrol sector chiefs and agents in the field have been vocal about their need for effective barriers to deny the entry of illegal aliens and contraband the truth is walls work and the data show and agent snowing but yellow says the money will also pay for replacing fourteen miles of steel landing matt in san diego with a wall made of vertical posts five big us airlines might add flights to havana after some carriers dropped service to cuba's capital the transportation department says american delta united southway south west and jet blue one to fly there the routes opened after alaska airlines spirit frontier and delta dropped service because of weak demand actress and former fox.

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Arnold Schwarzenegger is recovering from heart surgery, according to his rep (updated)

Dr. Drew Midday Live with Mike Catherwood

01:23 min | 4 years ago

Arnold Schwarzenegger is recovering from heart surgery, according to his rep (updated)

"Kabc news is live and local at two thirty i'm jeff whittle former california governor arnold schwarzenegger's hospitalized in stable condition after undergoing open heart surgery yesterday at cedars sinai medical center the seventy year old schwarzenegger went in for a previously planned procedure to replace a pull monica vowed that was originally replaced in nineteen ninetyseven dr sam kelly g a cardiologists tells nbc four news replacement valve wasn't meant to be permanent those vows last anywhere from fifteen twenty thirty years it was likely at this time that he needed a valve replacement because the life of that bioprosthetic or pig valve had passed california may have another fight on its hands is the environmental protection agency looks to possibly rollback obama era fuel efficiency standards even if the epa loosens fuel economy standards this weekend california could still pursue the goal set by the obama administration because of the clean air act rebecca lynn land with kelley blue book expects california to stale push back but that may not be best for other states i think what's best for california is become closer to what the rest of the country and what consumers want to buy the obama era standards call for.

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Arizona, Pulmonary Valve and Texas discussed on The Dave Ramsey Show

The Dave Ramsey Show

01:55 min | 4 years ago

Arizona, Pulmonary Valve and Texas discussed on The Dave Ramsey Show

"Five for arizona's morning news right here on ktar news ktar news time twelve eleven actor and former california governor arnold schwarzenegger is recovering in a los angeles hospital after undergoing heart surgery the seventy year old is in stable condition after the operation to replace a pulmonary valve a man in austin texas has been arrested after a neighbor reported seeing him throw his two year old son out of a third story window a woman says she saw thirty two year old for new fazlullah remove a screen and throw the toddler out of an apartment by zala claims that he was asleep when his son opened the window and fell out the two year old is telling police that he fell at the park a us border patrol agent is hospitalized in tucson after being injured in a bizarre accident the nfl benefit agent was on an atv crashed into a marker sign on highway eighty near douglas after he stood up he was then struck by a passing car the coaches county sheriff's office says the car was doing the speed limit but they haven't released any other details about the incident if you're still working on your taxes it's wise to know what you can deduct and what you can't funny wise dot com talk to cps across the country who have seen it all during tax season we'll try to write off all sorts of things like backyard landscaping their pets even abreast job in one case editor in chief doug whiteman says sometimes the jokes on the irs like in the case of a very charitable tax payer was a little suspicious about this but he asked around and in fact the client was just a very big giver very very giving and and in fact this man had given away a lot of money and was in line for the deduction questions ask a tax pro daria albinger abc news on the eve of the men's basketball final four tournament the ncwa is issuing a familiar warning on the eve of the men's basketball final four tournament the ncwa is issuing a.

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