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Fresh update on "governor gavin newsom" discussed on 10 10 WINS 24 Hour News
"However, still believes the virus will quote just sort of disappear. End quote at some point Health experts say for the virus to do that there will have to be millions of deaths as community immunity develops or that a vaccine appears to help the virus disappear. In June, the US recorded more than 800,000 new cases of Cove in 19 and July, is already starting with record highs. I'm Jim Rupe. Surging numbers in California prompted Governor Gavin Newsom to close bars, theaters and indoor restaurant dining over most of the state, including Los Angeles, confirmed cases in California of increased nearly 50%. Over the past two weeks, Hospitalizations have gone up 43%. Infections have been surging in many other states, including Florida, Arizona and Texas, Florida recorded more than 6500 new cases and counties in South Florida are closing beaches for the Fourth of July weekend. A Department of Health and Human Services as it has cornered the market on rendez severe, securing most of the world's supply. That's the only drug known to work directly against Cove in 19 Has more of the country reopened last month. People were invited back to work by the millions, the Labor Department said employers added 4.8 million people to their payrolls last month, and the unemployment rate dropped to 11.1%. In June. Employment in leisure and hospitality rose sharply. There were also gains in retail education in manufacturing is some economic activity returned. The report, though, does not capture the recent surge in Corona virus cases in more than half the country that forced some businesses to close down again corresponded Aaron Carter Ski says the total for June was easily the single largest monthly gain in U. S history. But the job's report during the pandemic is more a reflection of the cove in response than it is the actual health of the American economy. President. Trump conceded yesterday that it's probably a good idea to wear a mask to help stop the spread of Corona virus. But he continues to tell America that the pandemic is just going to fade away. A new poll shows he's dug himself a deep hole with his co Vered Responsive Political Morning, consul to poll finds. Trump's approval rating has dropped to 39% with 59% of voters disapproving of the president, ABC political director recline People have been presenting the president with this kind of evidence with this information there, hoping to see an adjustment in strategy. Perhaps when he's back on the campaign trail, he's able to turn that around. But these crisis have not been good for the standing of the Trump presidency fundraising numbers, reflecting that trend, as well, with Biden and Democrats raising more than Trump in the Republican Party in the latest round of numbers that's corresponded in Anna's delicate terra. Wins news time. 12 09 what your.
"governor gavin newsom" Discussed on 77WABC Radio
"California Governor Gavin Newsom is ordered bars and indoor restaurants to close for the next three weeks in most parts of the state governor's order comes in the middle of a troubling increase of covert 19 virus cases in California. Nick what is in Los Angeles with latest daily death toll in the state like we haven't seen since April. Do not take your guard down. Please do not believe. Those that somehow want to manipulate reality and record numbers now hospitalized in Arizona record high hospitalizations, also in Texas, and long lines to be tested also in Los Angeles leaders. They're voted to slash the Police Department budget. By $150 million City Council approving the change Wednesday, reducing the number of LAPD officers to a level not seen for more than a decade. Providing services and programs for community of colors comes during a nation one reckoning over police brutality and racial injustice. Others a veto threat from President Trump if he gets the defense spending bill that includes the renaming of military bases that honor Confederate general, continuing with his focus on the defense of what he calls our heritage President Trump Tweets I will veto the defense authorization bill if the Elizabeth Pocahontas Warren Amendment, which will lead to the renaming, plus other bad things of Fort Bragg for Robert E. Lee and many other military bases from which we won two World Wars is in the bill. Meantime, the acting secretary of Homeland Security is setting up a task force of federal police agencies to protect historic monuments around the nation. From what a news release describes as anarchists and writers Bob Costantini Washington FBI released numbers Wednesday showing 3.9 million background checks were conducted last month. It's the most since the.
Fresh update on "governor gavin newsom" discussed on 10 10 WINS 24 Hour News
"Ah combination of travel reopening and people not following guidelines could lead to many more infections. California Governor Gavin Newsom is concerned he's closing down some businesses that had re opened in certain counties. We have specifically targeted our efforts to close in door. Operations, and I wantto reinforce this in door operations in restaurants, wineries and tasting rooms, Movie theaters, family entertainment, rather defined by guidelines that we had previously put out. Zoos, museums and card rooms in this state in the media continues to ask President Trump why he doesn't wear a mask. If I were in a tight situation with people I would absolutely public will see that at some point I mean, I'd have no problem. Actually, I had a man's gonna sort of like the way I looked. Okay. I thought it was okay. It was a dark Black mask, and I thought it.
With Los Angeles beaches closed, Orange County fears excessive numbers over holiday weekend
"Closing people will overrun OSI beaches. Governor Gavin Newsom is not closing many state beaches, but he is closing their parking lots. Also state owned beaches in areas where local officials are closing beaches will also He shut down Kevin Trip. Que ABC NEWS A Confederate monument in Richmond is no longer
Fresh update on "governor gavin newsom" discussed on WBZ Morning News
"Including L, a county are seeing restrictions for some restaurants and bars expanded Governor Gavin Newsom. Certain sectors of the state were now Not requiring they closed their indoor operations due to the spread of the virus has the numbers of young people contracting the virus continues to grow? Vice President Mike Pence's urging that age group to think about their elders wanna remind our young people As you see the measures of the governor's put into place you hear about the call for common sense, personal hygiene and the wearing of mass that this's about protecting our most vulnerable CBS News update. I'm Bill Rake off, is back to business for one of the top tourist destinations in Boston. We're talking about Faneuil Hall and Quincy Market, although it wasn't exactly bursting at the seams yesterday, vendors and shop owners they're expect the summer season is going to be unlike any other and certainly a little bit slower, But the point is The doors are back open after being closed for months, and the vendors are just happy to be back at work again. In fact, the landlord for many stellar stores and push carts there has allowed the payments for rent to be deferred for the months of April, May and June. However, they're working out.
California reverses course from reopening amid virus surge
"So today we're dealing with new restrictions. California Governor Gavin Newsom announcing his implementing new state order orders to slow the surge in cover 19 cases across the state caper case. Tim Lance has the details. The governor says there are now 19 counties being more closely monitored by the state where Corona virus is flaring up. Sacramento is one of the 19 so he's ordering that select businesses end indoor operations in restaurants, wineries and tasting rooms. Movie theaters, Family entertainment, broadly defined by guidelines that we had previously put out zoos, museums and card rooms. In addition, he's recommending the county's cancel public Fourth of July weekend events. Now he's not closing state beaches. But we are modifying our parking facility operations in closing them to traffic throughout the Southern California region, as well as parts of Monterey County, Santa Cruz in through the Bay Area and up along the north Coast, Although up to cinema just go to kfbk dot com to see A list of 19 counties and watch the full briefing by the governor. Tim Lance News, 93.1 KFBK.
Fresh update on "governor gavin newsom" discussed on KCBS Radio Morning News
"Down in Richmond. They were losers. They don't need to be celebrated. God morning. I'm Steve K Thin with the CBS World News Round up For the first time the U. S has topped 50,000 Corona virus cases in a single day. Latest sign the pandemic that's gripped the nation for months is not letting up. Our coverage begins in California with CBS's Carter Evans. We were able to bend the curve in the state of California. We're gonna bend this curve. Again. California Governor Gavin Newsom is shutting down indoor service at bars, restaurants, wineries and movie theatres in 19 of California's 58 counties, affecting nearly 3/4 of the States residents in the last two weeks Corona virus cases in California.
Los Angeles, OC Among 19 Calif. Counties Ordered To Close Indoor Operations For Restaurants, Cardrooms, Other Businesses For Three Weeks
"California Governor Gavin Newsom is closing indoor operations of restaurants and other businesses for three weeks, 15 counties that we had originally Mandated or recommended bar closure with the addition of Ford County is now in that three day watch list. We're just moving forward to close the operation of all of those bars and all of the 19
Fresh "Governor Gavin Newsom" from 10 10 WINS 24 Hour News
"You Care whether a teddy bear Come on, and I let you win. John Mon Tone 10 10 wins on the boardwalk at Seaside Heights. Sent him wins. Thank you Weather Very warm, Moderately human today some sun and patchy clouds I 88. The occupy the real fields will be in the lower nineties. 72 now mostly sunny committed. He had 75 Windsor, calm 72. We're going up to 88. Man with the Fourth of July weekend just about here and infectious disease specialist its warning that we could be headed into the perfect storm for the virus. Dr Joshua Barrocas says. Ah combination of travel reopening and people not following guidelines could lead to many more infections. California Governor Gavin Newsom is concerned he's closing down some businesses that.
Gov. Newsom Expected To Announce Reopening Rollback As Coronavirus Surges
"The number of corona virus cases in California have soared by more than forty five percent over the last seven days. California Governor Gavin Newsom said that public health officials expected transmission of the virus to increase as businesses were allowed to reopen an imperial county which is on the Mexican border east of San Diego the number of people. People testing positive rose to twenty three percent, prompting state officials to call for the county to reinstate a stay at home. Order in the bay. Area Alameda County which includes Oakland paused reopening plants, and in Riverside County officials, said the ICU bed capacity how to reach ninety eight point seven percent California conducted a record one hundred thousand crew in virus tests on Sunday which came back with a positivity rate of five and a half percent
California Gov. Newsom orders bars to close, restaurants to halt indoor dining in LA, other counties
"Governor Gavin Newsom is in his words toddling back some of his reopening orders for restaurants, putting at least a three week ban on indoor dining and shutting down businesses like wineries, museums and card rooms. The order applies to all Southern California counties. With the exception of San
U.S. Reports Record Rise in New Coronavirus Cases
"Avenue at 19 cases in the US have risen 80% in the past two weeks, prompting new restrictions ahead. On the Fourth of July, We eight states announced a single day New case records in the U. S. With the nation itself, reporting a one day record total Tuesday off 47,000 new cases as the Midwest South and West, especially C sharp rises and infections. Us now, with more than 2.6 million cases, more than 127,000 deaths from Cove in 19. You're not going to stay home and you're not gonna wear masks We have to enforce. California Governor Gavin Newsom has reimposed several restrictions. More are coming. And he says he's serious about enforcing public health directives. California situation is bad enough that several states are ordering visitors from the Golden State. The quarantine for 14 days. Jim Roop LOS Angeles Santa Clara County officials have released a 23 page rule book on how to safely reopen schools. Different age groups will be given different rules. The county's health officer says It depends on containment and the number of cases of Koven 19 for in class learning, learning to resume. San Quentin Prison was free of the Corona virus until one decision was made from a Southern California prison were moved to San Quentin, bringing with them prisoners who tested positive for the disease. The inmates were being moved to San Quentin as part of a plan to halt the spread of Corona virus by reducing the number of inmates at the California institution for men in Chino. That's where nine inmates have died of nearly 700 had been infected. Within days. Some of the 121 prisoners from the bus has introduced the virus at San Quentin. More than 1100 of the prisoners have since been infected, and one prisoner has died. The transfer of inmates has been denounced by health officials and a state lawmaker as a public health failure. Marin County is now asking the
Newsom warns of more coronavirus restrictions ahead of July 4
"California has surpassed 6000 deaths related to cope in 19 and Governor Gavin Newsom says new restrictions could be on the way. He says state will make an announcement tomorrow on efforts to quote toggle back on the current health order. Announcement will include tighter restrictions related to the July 4th weekend, Newsom says family gatherings are a major concern
Los Angeles - Family Gatherings ‘Biggest Concern’ For Newsom Over Fourth Of July Weekend
"Governor Gavin Newsom is expected to announce new restrictions tomorrow, with 6% of residents testing positive, Not fourth of July weekend coming up One of the area's biggest concern is that relates to the spread of Cove in 19 in this state remains family gatherings, not just bar the nation's foremost expert on infectious diseases. Doctor Anthony found she telling a Senate hearing today that unless Americans get serious about prevention, which he says includes wearing face coverings cases quite hit 100,000 day. The
Orange County, Los Angeles, Reports Record 779 New Cases of Coronavirus
"Number of Corona virus cases in Orange County continues to rapidly grow as it remains on the state's watch list for second day. 779 new cases were reported today a single day record, bringing the total number of cases in the O. C to just under 14,003 additional deaths today, putting the death told their Countywide 2 333 Governor Gavin Newsom said yesterday that Orange County had been added to the state Department of Public Health Watch list. Because of its increasing percentages of positive tests if it remains on the list for three consecutive days than state officials will recommend a closure of the county's bars if the county remains on the watch list after 14 days. The state will order bar's
Coronavirus shuts down Los Angeles County beaches July 4th weekend
"Re openings as the Corona virus takes off again. 16 states are reinstating some form of restrictions, including California, which is dealing with a 45% spike in cases. Over the past week, Governor Gavin Newsom, We moved forward to require six additional counties to, for example, toggle back and use that dimmer switch by closing down bars. L. A county beaches will be closed for the Fourth of July.
California Gov. Newsom orders bars closed in counties including Los Angeles, citing coronavirus
"Bars in Los Angeles county order to close their doors at the number of new coronavirus cases hospitalizations and more continues to rise across southern California it wasn't that long ago they were given the green light to re open only to have that decision reversed by governor Gavin Newsom as cases surge is that Meghan owns a tabula rasa bar and the Silverlake lounge he's not surprised by the governor's order question as cases arising and we just kind of saw that this was likely a special going on in Texas and Arizona and Florida things closing back off LA county reported its second highest daily total of new cases on Sunday with more than twenty five hundred on top of that hospitalizations and the percentage of people testing positive also rose those are two metrics consider key in assessing the county's progress in combating the virus the county announced it would amend its health officer order to require that all bars breweries brew pubs pubs wineries and tasting rooms close unless they offer sit down dining meals bar areas in restaurants also have to close Margaret Carrero can extend seventy news
Coronavirus: Newsom orders bars shut in Los Angeles, 6 other counties
"Weeks after bars and nightspots in California were given the green light to re open during the pandemic the light has turned red again Jim reports bars and nightspots have been ordered to reshot nearly six thousand new cases were reported on Saturday alone the state is now more than two hundred eleven thousand cases of covert nineteen in the state some six thousand deaths governor Gavin Newsom has had enough on Sunday he ordered the bars and nightspots to close this comes just two days after he paused other re openings in the state young people seem to be driving this spike in the spread with roughly forty percent of new cases being in people between eighteen and forty bars not sponsor troublesome because drinking lowers inhibitions which causes people to ignore safety measures like masks and
More states reverse or slow reopening plans as coronavirus cases climb
"Was another record setting weekend for new cases of Corona virus three straight days have some the highest numbers yet. A record forty six thousand cases, Friday, almost forty, three, thousand on Saturday and more than forty one thousand yesterday, Florida South Carolina Nevada and Georgia all reported their highest member of daily cases on Saturday with more than two and a half million cases in the US now reported and new infections, surging health and Human Services Secretary Alex. as are issued this warning. The window is closing. We have to act and people as individuals have to act responsibly. We need to social distance. We need to wear face coverings if we're in settings where we can't social distancing particularly in these hot zones. Right now several governors are rolling back reopening plans in Texas Governor Greg Abbott. Who allowed businesses to start reopening an early May shutdown bars and limited restaurant dining in. Amid a spike in cases in California Governor Gavin. newsom rolled back reopening of bars and seven counties including. Los Angeles and in Florida more beaches will be closing again to avoid further spread of the virus, as officials try to tamp down on large gatherings, one of those large gatherings still scheduled in Florida is the Republican National Convention in August which was just relocated to Jacksonville. Now over two hundred Florida, doctors have signed an open letter to Jacksonville Mayor Lenny Curry, calling on him to at least institutes, social distancing and mask mandates at the RNC. Joining us now is one of the doctors who signed that letter. Dr Carolyn mcclanahan who works at a clinic for the working uninsured also in the State Attorney for Palm? Beach County Dave Ehrenberg a doctor mcclanahan. What is the risk of the RNC taking place with people not necessarily having to wear masks and all clustered together I. Ask this because so far at trump events. They have removed stickers. To Guide people about social distancing, and they have clustered people together all chanting and waving their arms in a hot environment at least two that I can think of right now. I think it's possible to conceive that they would try and do this again in Jacksonville. How dangerous could that be for people as it pertains to the coronavirus? Well, this definitely can be a nightmare. One of the problem is when you get a bunch of people you can say social distance, but people don't social distance and one of the problems that has really irked me in Jacksonville's. Our mayor has not in had a mandate for face bass, wearing yet, and we definitely needed. Our numbers are surging in Jacksonville. I work at a clinic for the working uninsured. It's a free clinic and they are the servers at these. Bars Janitors, and they'll be cleaning up after people I'm so nervous that are cases are just going. Just search from all of this. Dave Ehrenberg. I'm just curious. After watching pences event yesterday. I believe it was in Dallas where there was a choir, a large choir singing all standing close together a I know at trump rallies. They had people sign a disclaimer saying that the trump campaign can't be held liable if you could track the coronavirus. AH, trump valley rally, but what about the RNC in the State of Florida If we get a surge in light of the RNC, is it truly not the Republican Party that could be held liable for clearly violating CDC guidelines violating science, and and the advice that has been given from the government about what it takes to stay safe from the coronavirus. Meka there could be some civil liability if you can specifically tie a case of coronavirus to that event, although the RNC would probably say a million different reasons why that person contracted coronavirus not are super spreader event, but as possible, but you can rest assured that attendees are the RNC. We'll be forced to sign the same type of waiver as the people in Tulsa. This is crazy and Dr Caroline should be commended in writing that letter, but I don't think it's GonNa make much of a difference when the individuals who are making the decisions here. The governor and the mayor of Jacksonville will be taking their marching orders on these matters from one person one person alone. President trump and president trump does not want. The convention moved again. He wanted in Jacksonville at the end of August, and he doesn't want people to be forced to mass because he doesn't want the world to see a pack convention with his supporters wearing masks, because president trump sees it as a sign of weakness, and it runs counter to his narrative of transitioning to greatness. It's sad that when it comes to public health that it is now politicized, but that's what we have in the year twenty twenty. Doctrine, mcclanahan Casey haunt has a question for you Casey. Casey Dr Good Morning. If, even if every precaution was followed, if every single person in that all wore masks, if were sanitizing everything after every event taking the extra time is it? Is it at all possible? This would be a safe thing to enter at all. Setting aside I mean we've seen those pictures from the rallies. The president himself fuses to wear masks. I'm not saying that these things will happen, but is it even possible to make it safe? No I mean you're asking for Nirvana for them to act like it's the perfect, and it won't be and so even with mask wearing. There is a small amount of transitions that can occur, and I just concerned that even if they do all the best things that with that many people, that's a lot of people for even a half a percent transmission to occur, though it's not gonNa work, and it just crazy. The Democrats are planning totally virtual convention. Why can't the Republicans can do that and I just WanNa? Be Clear here we are. We don't care which convention it is or whatever it is. There shouldn't be a convention putting all those people together. Dr Carolyn mcclanahan. Thank you very much Dave Ehrenberg. We'll see you once again later this week. Thank you as
California orders bars in LA, other counties to close due to COVID surge
"On Friday, the US reported the highest number of new cases in a single day since the start of the pandemic. At least a dozen states have paused their reopening. And California Governor Gavin newsom mortgage bars and seven counties, including Los Angeles to close the Governor of Florida and Texas avoided bars to close among other restrictions in attempt to curb the surge in cases, but they are still refusing to impose statewide stay at home orders or mandate the wearing face masks
California governor rolling back reopening as coronavirus cases surge
"California governor Gavin Newsom rolling back re openings of bars and seven counties including Los
California Gov. Newsom orders bars closed in counties including Los Angeles, citing coronavirus concerns
"Florida seven California counties are required to close bars immediately including Los Angeles Fresno and Bakersfield orders governor Gavin Newsom and eight more counties are recommended to
Los Angeles - Governor Newsom Announces California has Conducted Over 3.7 Million Diagnostic Tests for COVID-19 as Testing Capacity Ramps Up
"As you heard earlier governor Gavin Newsom says over three point seven million residents have been tested for corona virus since the start of the pandemic while that is significant it's not where we need to be we need to continue to increase our testing California tested a single day record of one hundred one thousand people yesterday governor said hospitalizations and ICU admissions have spiked in the past couple weeks he added the state's positivity rate during that period is just about five percent just one day after reporting over seven thousand new cases health officials added another fifty four hundred today
California reaches a record-high of more than 7,000 positive coronavirus tests in a single day
"Hit a record high of over seven thousand new cases Tuesday as Governor Gavin newsom warned residents to follow mandatory mask, use social distancing requirements or face a new round of
"governor gavin newsom" Discussed on KCBS All News
"Governor Gavin Newsom does not support that revealing his position during a stop at miss all these Caribbean restaurant re said he favors reimagining the role of police not defunding this is an opportunity to discuss the current roles and responsibilities law enforcement in specific terms has in relationship to public safety and begin to unpack the opportunity to look at public safety more holistically and begin to focus on a social service and health mindset as opposed to a command and control mindset and enforcement mindset and I foundation I think it's long overdue and I support but he said if the idea is to eliminate police departments he's against it do some said we shouldn't use comp the social workers to deal with homelessness mental illness and substance abuse but getting rid of the police that's going too far in Oakland Doug sovereign KCBS a proposed law in San Francisco would ban police from using weapons including rubber bullets and chemical sprays against peaceful protesters KCBS is Kathy Novak reports supporters of the legislation are calling on the governor to enact a similar order statewide tear gas has been used at demonstrations in the bay area including Oakland not in San Francisco and supervisor Matt Haney wants to keep it that way we have not set a clear enough standard and law protecting people and their first amendment rights UC Berkeley researcher and E. R. Dr Rohini Haar says tear gas and pepper spray which have respiratory effects could be especially harmful during the pandemic there's so little known about covert nineteen but the one thing we know is that it's a respiratory disease with an increasing focus on police reform the board of supervisors also refused to support the mayor's nominees for the police commission ten out of the eleven supervisors voted to reject Nancy tongue supervisor Shimon Walton I do not see a history of fighting for justice reform or fighting for communities of color from this camp that is very problematic for me in a statement miss Tom said she's disappointed that certain members chose to distort her record the other candidate Jeffrey Gordon created withdrew before the vote in San Francisco Kathy Novak KCBS four people were injured in a shooting in Vallejo at around ten o'clock last night the shooting occurred in a residential neighborhood north of Six Flags discovery kingdom three victims found at the scene the fourth drove to a hospital and at least one of those victims is being treated at UCSF Benioff children's hospital in Oakland coming up on KCBS I'm Tim Ryan with a rise in corona virus cases in Marin county it's health officer says the county will continue to reopen it's five oh eight let's get caught up on traffic and weather together this morning and here's Peter Schofield morning Peter well good morning John the Altamont pass is getting crowded this report brought to you by DuckDuckGo it begins with some brake tapping often on in Tracy two oh five west bound from the unleavened street merge two five eighty westbound just before Greenville road if you're just now arriving at the slower traffic you have about twenty two minutes were the brake tapping in front of you and then after that five eighty westbound at Greenville road cars are swerving around to avoid some debris in the second lane from the left also in Tracy just off the Altamont pass at Altamont pass road and was Grantland road crash that was blocking the intersection has been moved to the right hand shoulder in Oakland eight eighty south out of twenty Third Avenue the fire department handling a fire at a homeless camp close enough to the freeway that the CHP had to shut down the twenty third Avenue offramp from southbound eight eighty tired of being tracked online DuckDuckGo can help they help millions of people like you take control of their personal information.
"governor gavin newsom" Discussed on KGO 810
"Governor Gavin Newsom says California will move into the second phase of his re opening plan as early as the end of the week Friday that's when lower risk work places will be allowed to resume operations with modifications to help prevent the spread of covert ninety this is a very positive sign and it's happened only for one reason the data says it can happen but we recognize as we begin to modify behaviors modified impossible community spread may occur phase two does not immediately include dynamic eating for restaurants and the re opening of offices as well which were in the previous stated face to plant so that has changed he'll make a more complete announcement about face to during his Thursday updated we may learn today about some of his plans as well that comes your way at noon during the Pat Thurston program on KGO you can hear it on eight ten but he does say a key consideration for easing into phase two is the ability for health authorities to testing conducting contact tracing of infections Santa Clara county officials want to make working from home a long term reality Carl Guardino president of the Silicon Valley leadership group which represents major technology firms as businesses embrace the concept but some companies have also had a resistance to adopting it on a wide scale Yahoo and other tech giants like Google and Facebook it said the innovations often come from random meetings in corridors or cafeterias in the workplace and there is value in human interaction but working from home had become more of a reality even before the state home orders were put in place today the Santa Clara County Board of supervisors will look at ways to make working from home long term possible after the stay at home orders put in place because of the corona virus pandemic is lifted I'm Terry raskyn geo eight ten we'll take a drive around the bay area and you're not the sorry travels you're gonna need to know about a semi crash in the East Bay next on.
"governor gavin newsom" Discussed on 790 KABC
"Governor Gavin Newsom just announced that he's closing all the beaches drum roll please just in Orange County that which is everyone is going to go to the beach in Ventura county that's what I encourage and San Diego opened up their beaches and then next week he's going to say that anyone with a tan gets a one thousand dollar fine I always knew the Gavin Newsom would target people of color it's just tomato red eight hundred two two two K. A. B. C. is the phone number one eight hundred two two two five two two two well one of the things that Gavin Newsom hasn't done yet is suspend that horrendous AB five that's wrecking our economy wrecking certainly industries in particular like the ride share industries who bring left if you're a writer if you write for newspapers on the independent contractor for example of the LA Daily News and people who are musicians not they could work if they wanted to with the social distancing but prior to that they were having a hard time getting gigs because of A. B. five well there are people hard at work trying to get a B. five suspended through the pandemic one of them is Dr Williamson ever she's a senior fellow at the independent institute and he's kind enough to join us Dr Evers good afternoon thank you John so give us an update on the battle to get these horrendous A. B. five at a minimum suspended but hopefully off the blocks first let me say that I drove Orange County on Sunday from north Huntington beach down to Dana point and the peaches looked very well spaced there were a few people across walks across the Pacific coast highway that may have been a little close to each other but the battle over this is our here in California we have this law it says the independent contractors freelancers it forces them essentially to join up into big corporations and not be free lancers not be independent and you know it takes away their flexibility and it takes away the flexibility of the companies are people who want to engage with independent contractors so there are several of those laws in the state assembly on the street it our box there are are you don't think that the house is just like your is not in session let's deal first of all with that problem there at the U. U. B. musicians and that includes composers and all sorts of ancillary people in the music industry hello sunshine we worked out a deal to get an exemption carved out for them but there are dozens if not hundreds of occupations because welcome rally worldly your world is inventing occupations every date so this seems to have a kind of a car about worked out will be put in place when the hello I'm it sure does it what is the author of this bill A. B. five is Loretta Gonzales from yes from San Diego and it is following her on Twitter because she tweets about it nonstop and she is aggressively belligerent if you dare to disagree with her she gets profane she gets nasty she calls me every name in the book she did we should we're the largest yells and unspeakable words what work this agreeing with her you have a U. S. anti how are you I am I thank her a letter sh she responded to the independent institute about this and she she said that well there's there she says no hello people are complaining about so so certain kinds of health workers for example are registered nurses who aren't attached to what makes or hospitals or there're traveling nurse practitioners of it sometimes works in hot spots in different states our physical therapists are affected by this and so forth she's a I haven't had any complaints from that's part of our letter and then she says well we'll have to deal with the court case anyway well you know Congress and the legislature can work around that very baby exempted all these people like insurance agents on lawyers architecting support and make an example more and more people if that is the key away you have to do all of these carve outs for all of these occupations all of these industries in the list just keeps getting longer and longer it shows it shows how about this law Zacks yes I call thing from the box are you doing we're out of time but what is your website if people want to read more about this in game or thank you very much John all right thank you so much for joining us it's twelve forty four let's take a look at the roads KBC dependable traffic.
"governor gavin newsom" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK
"Governor Gavin Newsom today with all this he says an average of twenty thousand people are being tested daily the crime virus pandemic creating a unique set of challenges for Americans disabled vets KP Kay's John Michaels joins us live in studio with details on how you can help those disproportionately more risk to the coronavirus suck it either almost five million disabled veterans in the United States many of them suffer from medical conditions that are service related or had their origin and service that may make them more susceptible are more at risk of contracting the corona virus such as a respiratory condition or something maybe it was a burn pit situation where their respiratory condition is majorly impacted by that just call national employment director with disabled American veterans says the vet situation is now compounded by the loss of jobs maybe in the suspended animation waiting and not knowing if they're going to get the call to come back maybe the intent of the company wants to bring everybody back but it keeps lingering on and maybe they're not able to keep the doors open equally so you have service disabled veteran owned small businesses out there that have had to shut their doors just like a lot of other businesses out there that has the D. A. V. establishing a covert nineteen really fun it is an emergency relief effort that provides assistance financial aid to service disabled veterans who have lost employment due to the Copa nineteen virus so the message to them as well as supporters people that want to support our efforts is that if you are a disabled veteran who can provide documentation and we asked that that be something to just to verify that your service related disabled veteran in other words you have something from the VA you can supply to us and you have something from your employer that you're furloughed or have been terminated as a result of the pandemic you can go to our website D. A. V. dot O. R. G. slash cove it and you can either apply for the grant if that is you or you know a veteran or if you want to support there's a way to do that as well in addition hall says veterans looking for work can participate in free virtual career fairs we host.
"governor gavin newsom" Discussed on KGO 810
"Governor Gavin Newsom says the corona virus doesn't take the weekend off so neither can we talk about crowded beaches in southern California over the weekend and said now is not the time to let up on the coronavirus worst thing we do is we start sort of rest on our laurels thinking somehow the viruses decided to take a break or go on vacation virus is present a problem this is ever been just transmissible as it's ever been nothing's changed in that respect billing they changed is our behavior for the better and that mitigated the spread Nevada and Colorado meanwhile are joining California Oregon and Washington in a regional pact on when to re open their economies governor Newsom thank the states for working together and said Kobe night code nineteen doesn't follow state or national boundaries and it will take every level of government working together to get the upper hand the bay area shelter at home is expected to be extended this week seven bay area help officers released a joint statement today saying bell announced later this week the details of the extension it will affect the counties of San Francisco Alameda Contra Costa Marin San Mateo and Santa Clara counties more than fourteen thousand healthcare workers at Stanford say they are facing pay cuts and furloughs everyone across the board including administrators and doctors are among those affected in what stamper calls a shared sacrifice despite the need for medical professionals to Stamford hospital system like many others is seeing a loss of revenue from elective surgeries and emergency room visits are down forty percent workers have the option of taking a twenty percent pay cut taking an unpaid furlough.
"governor gavin newsom" Discussed on KGO 810
"Governor Gavin Newsom is announcing a first of its kind program that will support seniors and the restaurant industry at the same time the program will reimburse local residents for delivering nutritious meals to seniors that are at risk three times a day seven days a week top navy officials are recommending the reinstatement of Brecht crozier craft carrier captain relieved of command over an email about the coronavirus captain closures message to the navy pleaded for help to get sailors off the Theodore Roosevelt but it was leaked to the San Francisco Chronicle and then got national attention so far of the nearly five thousand members of that crew aboard the Roosevelt eight hundred forty have tested positive for corona virus including captain pressure defense secretary mark esper wants more time to consider whether to reinstate crozier that move surprising navy officials who expected the defense secretary about the process go through the military chain of command a new online poll from the California health care foundation based in Oakland shows three oh four Californians would like to stick with corona virus stay at home orders for as long as it takes despite the economy slightly more than one in ten would lift the lockdown to boost the economy even if it would increase the virus's spread poll found strong support for staying with the stay at home orders among all demographic groups with more than seventy percent of people in each age income racial or ethnic group in favor we'll take a look at your ride along five eighty this afternoon the KGO eight ten traffic sponsored by up work when you need in demand talent on demand forecasts the world's largest network of proven independent professionals here's an offer that coalesced accountants administrative assistants animators architects you get the point when you need in demand talent on demand for his house here's how other just got three crashes here at the Chilton auto body traffic desk one in get into San Leandro east five eighty near Dayton traffic is backed up to Gulf link so far also got word of a pleasant hill crash south six eighty eight street not seeing very heavy traffic there as yet very heavy traffic for the North Bay south bound wanna one jamming up from Lakeville Tuesday yeah I think you know the reason it's a road project same thing for northbound from San Antonio to Petaluma Boulevard south and then beyond that I'm afraid that there is heavy traffic again into Santa Rosa with an accident north at one oh one north of town road you're hung up get into San Francisco from the peninsula north bound wanna one between a third and two eighty where you're taking off the freeway no troubles at the bay bridge have expanded by redwood credit union now is the best time to use redwood credit union's free mobile and online banking today your transactions from home or anywhere check balances make transfers a deposit checks and more sign up today redwood credit union for all the love your KGO eight ten weather forecast weather sunny beautiful day around the bay area feels like summer out there inland highs around ninety degrees eighty by the bay today and near seventy at the coast right now seventy three in San Francisco I roll filling in for the first time KGO eight ten thank you for tuning into KGO for another afternoon gorgeous out there I don't know if you're staying within five miles of your house as you wander around but thank you for taking us with you I think it was Truman's who said that being a vice president was worth a bucket of warm spit in other words being vice president doesn't keep you in the public eye very long in the history books even less there is however vice president of the United States named Henry Wallace any mountain city five years ago a campaign about the quote.
"governor gavin newsom" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO
"Governor Gavin Newsom announces that a pandemic induced recession has hit California in packaged food companies sustain this kind of growth that's stories coming up in five minutes when Bloomberg checks or money more than forty six people have died from the virus of the last twenty four hours in LA county the stores were coming up the next fifteen minutes the first at six fifteen traffic and weather together every ten minutes on the five church Rick Smith west Covina on the westbound side of the ten right before sunset a truck lost its trailer that's going to be sitting in the slow lane in east Delhi the five north road for Indiana car flipped over a couple of times ended up sideways across the left lane St not too much of a back up just a little look at least slowing right there at the scene in mid city LA it's the eastbound side of the tenet national three right lanes are closed for roadwork the westbound side they're also working there from national before find the two left lanes closed if you're headed to south on Monty it's the westbound sixty from rose read over to Atlantic traffic is reduced down to two lanes and then they on the eastbound side they've reduced reduced it down to three lanes from the seven tech overture rose made in Carson the one ten south Carson street Caltrans that taken away a couple of lanes they are so you're only down to about two lanes if you're headed through their next report at six twenty five with more reports more often I recommend the Toyota is going to our twenty four hour traffic center can extend seventy newsradio weak storm system will bring a little bit of light rain and drizzle to southern California this morning as we head into this afternoon mostly cloudy skies temperatures cool and below average lower sixties along the coast upper sixties for LA in Orange County metro sixty four in the Inland Empire this afternoon and upper forties in the mountain communities temperatures remain below average through this weekend and at the start of the week but then it's by the middle and end of the week will really start to warm up our temperatures we will see the return of eighties and some areas even heading lower nineties with southern California's most accurate and dependable forecast I'm CBS two meteorologist Alex piston for can extend seventy newsradio right now fifty six degrees in Pasadena fifty died in Long Beach fifty eight nor injured six seventeen state of California now officially in a pandemic induced recession governor Newsom delivered the sobering news during his daily briefing heard live on K. an axe the state's unemployment rate now standing at five point three percent millions of Californians were lost their livelihoods are looking for help three point one million I've just applied for unemployment insurance they're not all represented in that five point three percent unemployment rate number these are sober and challenging times and we believe very confidently these are not permitted the governor says ninety five more people died from covert nineteen in California in the past twenty four hours that's the biggest single days heard.
"governor gavin newsom" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ
"Governor Gavin Newsom we have a tracing protocol that's best in class maybe every single point of contact at every point of contact of those that were in contact all of those would be resource and reviewed accordingly CDC has committed to sending ten of their personnel into the state of California to help assist in those efforts vice president Mike pence is the president's point man on the virus my role is to help lead this effort with the White House from the task force but also engage our governors engage local officials including mayors around the country and work with members of Congress on Capitol Hill the virus has infected Wall Street a record drop in the dollar nearly twelve hundred points today CBS's gills lessons we are on track to have the worst week for stocks performance in percentage terms since the financial crisis since October of two thousand eight so this is been a very brutal week both in terms of points but also in terms of percentage loss two days to go before South Carolina voters head to the polls for that state's presidential primary with south Carolina's first of the self of democratic presidential primary just days away many voters including Angela McMaster are still deciding who to support I feel really really good about the primary we have some of the most qualified candidates ever I think many here are struggling with whether to support the candidate they like the most or the one they think has the best chance of winning the presidency this fall Jim chrysalis CBS news Murrells inlet South Carolina and some GOP organizers are urging Republicans to vote for Bernie Sanders in South Carolina believing he can't beat president trump in November still no motive for yesterday's shooting spree at a brewery in Milwaukee that left six people dead including the gunman CBS is dean Reynolds police identified the gunman fifty one year old Anthony feral and the names of his five victims all co workers of the man who murdered them they were husbands.
"governor gavin newsom" Discussed on KCRW
"Governor Gavin Newsom has signed a bill giving the go ahead to certain types of child care providers to join a union supporters say the move could encourage more people to go into day care and help address a chronic shortage of licensed childcare providers around the state develop Fernandez is an early childhood reporting fellow of Pacific was college we asked her what kind of day care providers would be affected this is family based childcare providers so think about when you're walking down the street you see you know usually a woman in her home caring for children this also the hope that non exempt provided state thank you know nine as families friends neighbors you know sometimes you you can't get your child into any licensed childcare seats so you know you'll ask somebody else a neighbor a friend or family member to care for your child so the hope is that these kinds of folks will also be brought into the fold of becoming at licensed family child care provider typically we think of union members as working for an employer or a company but in this case many of these day care workers are their own bosses they own these businesses how is it legal for them to unionize yes you're totally right there is small business owners they're entrepreneurs but for many of California's family childcare providers because we have so many low income families across US state families kind of Ford market rates for childcare the state of California pays for many low income children to get K. now that payment amount is a sticking point it's called a reimbursement rate provide a family trucking provided is reimbursed for the care that they provide for low income child and those rates a. quite well below market rate now over the years. okay providers have asked for the state of California have us legislators to increase that rate and in the last couple of years they've been successful one as the California budget has gotten better but it is still not market rate and you know there's been many studies including one that just came out in June that have shown that chalky providers are actually in a pretty close to minimum earning minimum wage themselves so they have said we want to come together and because you the state is the one who is paying us well that means the state is our boss because they're providing the bulk of our money we will sit down with our boss which is the state of California governing you some currently and we will negotiate with you for better pay and better what conditions so when it comes to what day care workers would get out of unionizing it sounds like you know first and foremost better pay absolutely but you know many daycare providers of told me of the years that I've been covering this cherry that there are other things too so take for example health insurance if you're a small business loan if you're an entrepreneur you have to go out by yourself so you know I've talked to some who've managed in the last couple years to scrape together enough to get an obamacare plan but they're buying the cheapest plan out there that's just kind of providing some kind of catastrophic coverage and you know they don't have dental that aren't has vision what this allows full according to eat to union representatives is the possibility that with the group that's from twenty to forty thousand strong. they will be health insurance companies coming to them saying wait let us provide you with a health insurance plan. does the push for unionization have broad support across the rank and file or their some day care workers who are not on board with the idea. the union of course says yes we have a lot of support and and we are confident that this will pass but basically the next step is every family childcare provider every day K. provider will have the chance to vote do you want this you need to represent your interests or not they only need a simple majority for it to pass but that's the next step if the vote is not then this might happen but if the vote is yes then it will have to be okayed by that public employees relation board and then they go ahead with contract negotiations with the state it remains to be seen that there will be some who will say no I don't want to pay union dues so this but to counter that the union and many childcare providers who has been part of the union just not officially recognized for years this starting now they doing door knocking campaigns in canvassing because they want to get to many of the childcare providers to say this is the benefits that we could have and so we encourage you to vote yes how about parents could they see their child care costs their day care costs go up because so often for young families day care is one of the biggest things in their budget. it's unlikely because this is really targeting that payment that the state makes for children from low income families you know for families who are hanging there probably already paying market rate it's unlikely that that will go up. deep Fernandez is in early childhood repellent for porting fellow at Pacific oaks college and you are listening to KCRW. Tuesday morning in the KCRW news reminds me to take this hi Steve I Madeline brand.
"governor gavin newsom" Discussed on News Radio 810 WGY
"California governor Gavin Newsom, declares an emergency is a state tries to prevent the horror of last year's wildfires. Governor Gavin Newsom declaring a wildfire. Emergency Friday, he's waving some protections under the California environmental quality act to speed up the process of clearing dead trees before the next fire season about the impacts. We will have on the environment. Newsom took recommendations from Cal fire saying they've identified thirty five high priority projects covering ninety four thousand acres. But some environmental groups say waving environmental rules could have consequences in the future. We still need to have funding for fundamental wildfire research Craig Clements, director of the fire weather research lab at San Jose State university says new some plan to streamline fire mitigation is a good start. That is. Fox affiliate reporter, Christina Rendon from KT UV in San Francisco singer R Kelly working on a case to get his passport back making the claim that he's broke in needs to work to pay child. Support. Our Kelly was here in Cook County criminal court Friday asking for more time to present detailed information about travel outside of Illinois and outside the country in the coming months. He traveled all over the world when his case was pending before getting back every time never missed a court date. Defense attorney Steve Greenberg next hearing is set for may though it could be pushed up for concerts booked in Dubai next month Kelly faces multiple counts of sex abuse. He's currently free on one million dollars bond saying that his accusers are lying in Chicago. Jeff monosso, Fox News and in March madness action, Ohio State upsets, Iowa State, sixty two fifty nine in the opening round of the mid west region. The NCAA men's basketball tournament and liberty rallies the top. Apple Mississippi State, eighty to seventy six.
"governor gavin newsom" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM
"California governor Gavin Newsom, declares an emergency is a state tries to prevent the horror of last year's wildfires. Governor Gavin Newsom declaring a wildfire. Emergency Friday, he's waving some protections under the California environmental quality act to speed up the process of clearing dead trees before the next fire season about the impacts. We will have the environment. New some recommendations from Cal fire saying they've identified thirty five high priority projects covering ninety four thousand acres. But some environmental groups say waving environmental rules could have consequences in the future. We still need to have funding for fundamental wildfire research Craig Clements, director of the fire weather research lab at San Jose State university says some plan to streamline fire mitigation is a good start, and that is FOX affiliate reporter, Christina Rendon from KT UV in San Francisco singer R Kelly working on a case to get his passport back making the claim that he's broken needs to work to pay child. Support. Our Kelly was here in Cook County criminal court Friday asking for more time to present detailed information about travel outside of Illinois and outside the country in the coming months. He traveled all over the world. When his case was pending before came back every time never missed a court date. Defense attorney Steve Greenberg next hearing is set for may that would could be pushed up for concerts booked in Dubai next month Kelly faces multiple counts of sex abuse. He's currently. Free on one million dollars bond saying that his accusers are lying in Chicago. Jeff monosso, Fox News and in March madness action, Ohio State upsets, Iowa State, sixty two fifty nine in the opening round of the mid west region. The NCAA men's basketball tournament and liberty rallies to topple Mississippi State eighty to seventy six.
"governor gavin newsom" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO
"Governor Gavin Newsom has announced his signing of an executive order placing a moratorium on executions in the state. We are as I speak. As I speak shutting down removing the equipment and the death chamber at San Quentin. You have a Newsome announcing the removal of execution equipment last us thirteen years ago. I did this with a heavy heart with deep appreciation for the emotions that drives this issue. And I did it with the victims in mind, the governor has long argued against the death penalty. So the move is not seen as that. Big of a surprise. There are currently seven hundred thirty seven prisoners on California's death row, rob Archer KNX, ten seventy NewsRadio taskforce if state officials and union representatives wants state workers living inexpensive cities like LA in San Francisco to get more pay. Their report finds salaries haven't kept pace with increasing housing costs Miguel Cordova of the SEI, you was the top union official on the task force and tells KNX the group spent a year closely studying the issue, not just the numbers. But also. Oh, just stories about members talking about how hard it is difficult. It is you know, where you're actually feeling like you're choosing. And you're sacrificing in order to be able to stay with the state more and more one recommendation is switched to assist him. Use her federal workers since one thousand nine hundred four where they get locality pay depending on the cost of living in a particular area. Also suggested a range of perks to compensate workers for commuting costs and the cost of renting. Travelers at LAX had to say about the grounding of Boeing seven thirty-seven, max planes more at the bottom of the hour. Seven two thousand five traffic.
"governor gavin newsom" Discussed on 790 KABC
"Governor Gavin Newsom, it's withdrawing California national guard troops from the southern border. This whole thing is the theater of the absurd. And California is had enough, and we will not perpetuate it. We're not going to participate in a press conference in Sacramento Newsom remarked that he's going to withdraw more than two thirds of the three hundred sixty troops deployed on the border. He blasted the Trump administration's claims of chaos at the border news remarks that the redeploy national guard troops will go for more appropriate purposes such as fire prevention and President Trump is addressing a border wall issue today at a rally in pastel. Former Texas congressman Beto O'Rourke is holding a competing rally opposing the construction of a wall. Hundreds of people became sick on mount Baldy overnight after severe weather left drivers stranded in freezing temperatures, the problem apparently began around five in the afternoon Sunday as people try to leave the area, but many had it brought chains to deal with the slick snow covered roads. And there's a Bill moving through the state legislature to up the ante for drivers. Who bet they can get away with texting and driving. Jeff widow with more if past assembly Bill forty-seven would punish people who text and drive by. Adding appoint to their driving record if they're ticketed CHP TV star Erik Estrada visited Sacramento to tell lawmakers. He backs the Bill designed to prevent texting and driving crashes almost four hundred thousand actions that costs annually by distracted driving one second looking down to grab your phone because you gotta tax you can plow right into somebody else. Multiple points on your driving record can eventually lead to your license being suspended. Erik Estrada was a guest on the morning drive. I'm Jeff wiggle KABC. News concerns about wildfires in California are growing, especially after about eighteen million trees died in the state this past year. The latest federal tree mortality count shows that recent droughts and bark beetle infestations seemed to be the main culprits behind the mass tree deaths. News of the tree desk comes after the state weathered several deadly wildfires over the last two years. In a statement today. Randy more of the US department of agriculture four services said his agency is working to restore the trees in the state in order to make sure that. Forests are healthy and more resilient to wildfires and nearly half of all California voters say they can't afford living in the St James house reports a new Quinnipiac university poll found that forty three percent of voters believe they're not earning enough in the Golden State to make ends meet sixty one percent of those who say they're struggling are mostly younger voters, James Rowe Haas. KABC news in KABC sports. The Lakers are off tonight after.
"governor gavin newsom" Discussed on KMJ NOW
"Governor Gavin Newsom we'll deliver his first state of the state address Tuesday at eleven. We'll have it here on KM j in stay tuned immediately. After the speech Ray Appleton's breaking down with your reaction in his analysis. Live from the world expo. Worldwide a KM Jay now dot com. I'm interested to hear what Gavin. Say folks checking in on Twitter at Phillip to recipe. Talking about this the set of guidelines issued by the UK government recommending parents limited kids screen time on social media to a couple of hours a day a guideline that I personally agree with and that I actually have in place in my own home. But that I am weary of. Being pushed into law. Codified into law by any government. Ricky Owens Jackson saying screen time is always an issue with this generation, we need to prioritize and teach our kids to live a disciplined life and the value of saying no to yourself this video games kindles phone, whatever the problem is that their parents are on their phones twenty four seven Ricky. There's something to that. I see a lot of mommy standing there with their nose in their phone while the pick and kids up from school. Yeah. You're not wrong on regular weasels says he agrees with parents, restricting their kids internet time, not the government making laws for in-house decisions is like using a beef fifty two to carpet bomb where a scalpel would have sufficed. Excuse me. And Devi says two hours for social media is way too much. If any social media is appropriate at all. He says he argued that enough access time for schoolwork and a small amount of internet. Recreation time is all that is required. Social media will only get most kids in some kind of trouble David there's really something to that. I cannot I cannot. Articulate, my gratitude that social media simply wasn't a thing when I was an adolescent. Or in my twenties. I look at the boogeyman that come back to haunt people. And I was an idiot. When I was a kid all kinds of stupid squirrelly things. Look guys, I assure you of one thing I'll never run for political office because I don't want to subject myself or my family to a trip down the memory lane is my young adulthood, absolutely, not and not having social media to have even more clearly captured those Normans, thank you. Thank you. Thank you for letting me be born in the seventies. Social media is a part of how we interact now. I don't think that it should be. The centerpiece of how we interact, but it's out there it exists. It may be though that you see you see a time where the difference between castes of people. Is reflected in what social media they use? If they use it at all. I think a little bit a little bit is fine. Spending more than a spending more than a few minutes a day on it. It's crazy. You're gonna drive yourself. Crazy, comparing yourself to unrealistic representations of other human beings, four hundred fifty eight fifty eight the number out to Los Banos next. We're gonna talk to Nick good afternoon, sir. You're on Cayenne, Jay Phillips. Thanks for taking my call. Thank you for making it. Yeah. I wanted to comment on the government restrictions. I think I'm libertarian enough to be opposed to government getting into my business in any way, shape or form from that standpoint. But I'm one your side of the story in agreeing that there needs to be limited restrictions, but I feel it's a parenting issue. Beal the parents need to be more in tune with what's going on with their kids and managing that kind of stuff. I'm an older guy. I'm pushing sixty and so when I was growing up my parents were in my face all the time we weren't allowed to watch TV during the week during school days. We weren't allowed to go to are rated movies. You know? So we had good parenting. And you know. I don't know that that's where I met. I think the parents need to be more involved in those restrictions rather than the government sticking their noses in the business. Nick you, and I are totally on the same page whose responsibility if anybody's is it to tell a parent who is. Two to unaware through lack of education lack of exposure or too lazy? To impose those restrictions. Does anybody have a responsibility to say, hey, you need you need to dial this back for your kids sake. Does anybody get to put their hand up and say that Well, I I don't know because I don't have kids myself I've been a stepdad one. So I've got a limited a limited experience at having kids, but I'm pretty old crotchety hardcore conservative type cat so that didn't work out. So well. I I don't know. I I would think that through the social networks of a parent counseling. Parents parenting education. You know, nobody wrote a book and how to be a parent. So there isn't a source for that style of information. But I know also that there should be plenty of there's there's plenty of college classes in an adult program informational sources that should make that information aware. I think you're exactly right naked there. There is no there is no definitive instruction manual on. How to parent? I think that making parenting tools available through the social networks. That'd be a really good start. That's that is a very good idea. Man. I like it. But yet, ultimately you and I are on the same page. It is up to the parent. Good call man. I got to keep moving. I've got a couple more to get to before the news here. So we'll head up to turlock next and talk to Daniel at four nine. Oh, fifty eight fifty eight Daniel good afternoon. Hey, Phillip get after near man. Yeah. This is this is a very interesting. Call for me. I grew up. I'm a millennial arms. I'm twenty seven. You know? So I saw the whole thing. And. It blows my mind parents just hand their kids a tablet or a phone or whatever just say shut him up. It's just. You know where? It's not it's not. Daniel I'm sorry, dude. Your phone is just busting up badly, but you're on the younger end and you're seeing two and you're recognizing that there is a problem with a parent who just hands a device off to a kid and lets them run wild. And the the comment as summarized here by Callscreener Frank is that this is the parents decision not the governments and on that I agree with you completely. I keep coming back around to. It's not you. It's not me. You see you're young. I see it. I'm a I'm a little older. I'm not a whole lot older. And yet. There's parents out there who aren't doing it. And somebody's got to put their hand up and say, hey enough. Get your kid off of Facebook. I'm just I'm worried I'm worried that this is the first step to codifying those guidelines into some sort of law. I don't even know how that would be implemented. Out to Legrand next. We'll talk to Linda, Linda, welcome back. Okay. I'm gonna take this from the point of a single parent who was a schoolteacher on my computer, you know, talking to fellow teacher discussing grade, I've got to run to the restroom. My youngest daughter jumps on the computer. Goes on the messenger hits her boyfriend. And when I come back. It's like, you're busted. Yeah. And it didn't even faze her. Finally, figured out from one of her teachers that while her cell phone was limited. This was back in the day. When like you said, they were flip phone. Yeah. Yeah. She she her friends phone. In two different things that I did want her on. Sure. How is this law? That says, you know, two hours of screen time going to stop that. And that I think Linda is this is one of the reasons why I think that at a certain point the government, the government or social media networks or parenting groups, somebody has to put their hand up and talk to parents about internet education and teaching kids. Good internet, hygiene safe practices that sort of thing because your daughter hopping on messenger and saying, you know, hey, Honey bunny to her boyfriend would not have been a problem your daughter. We're going beyond that, I I could tell by your tone of voice. Me too. Well, but but your daughter going onto messenger and crossing lines. Had your daughter in school. Ben educated instructed on the dangers of of transmitting anything anything at all that you don't want on the front page of the newspaper. That's kind of that's kind of how I phrased it. If you don't want it on the front page of the paper, don't put it on the internet. Had she been educated on that had you educated on that. So that you could pass that down to her because your generation didn't grow up with this stuff. This is this. This is all a new deal for you. Yeah. I'm more raised generation. And that's my point. Is you Raymond is a great example of somebody who grew up in a world with none of this who's taken to it like a fish to water. And yet if you asked him how he was going to keep his grandkid off of a certain website. It would be. I know call the geek squad. I guess. Find a way to block it. But like I said when a friend's house on their computer or on their phone. It's scares me beyond belief. There's there's too many ways for kids to get around. What you as a as a well-intentioned, parent and engaged parents put in front of them. Here's here's a little roadblock behave yourself, and they just go running around it. Maybe that's maybe that's where we need to start educating parents on how to set up security at home and how to talk to their kids about best practices. Linda, thank you for the call. I've got a of headlines coming up with Westwood One news in just a minute. So I'm gonna let you go. When we get back crazy story of an execution out of Alabama in an appeal that went all the way to the supreme court had to do with getting an imam into the room for the execution. Live and local on a Saturday. This is Kay MJ. Virginia's Democratic Party today is called for the resignation of Lieutenant governor Justin Fairfax correspondent Caley hard time reports. Fairfax now faces to accusations conversation has changed dramatically as a second woman college classmates..
"governor gavin newsom" Discussed on KCRW
"Governor Gavin Newsom is looking to make good on a campaign promise to help migrants seeking asylum. He's pushing the state to set up a twenty five million dollar fund house asylum seekers being dropped off on local streets. Last fall federal immigration officials star releasing asylum seekers onto the streets of some communities located near the border during a trip to San Diego yesterday Newsome says creating the fund is the right thing to do. You know, we could sit here and play the jurisdictional, welcome all and say, it's not our job, not our responsibility. But we choose differently. The San Diego County board of supervisors voted this week to use an old courthouse says a temporary migrant shelter for people. Seeking asylum. It'll be run by a nonprofit, which will cover all expenses for running this shelter. And a big honor for three California man who stopped a terror attack on a French train a couple of years ago, they've been granted French citizenship. Spencer stone, Alex toes and Anthony Sadler would naturalize yesterday at a ceremony in Sacramento. They were travelling from Amsterdam to Paris during a trip in Europe in two thousand fifteen when they helped do a man who opened fire inside the train. Authorities say the attacker had ties to radical Islam. Scarlato is a former member of the Oregon national guard stone as a form an airman in the US air force. Support. Tran PR comes from zoom. Zoom offers cloud video conferencing, online meetings and a video conference room solution in one platform, featuring digital video and audio with screen sharing account registration and more at zoom.
"governor gavin newsom" Discussed on KCBS All News
"Lieutenant governor Gavin Newsom came back to San Francisco for one last get get out the vote rally this time with two democratic superstars at his side. KCBS Doug sovereigns has polls would indicate the Newsome will be elected governor today in his very first general election appearance with Davin Newsom governor Jerry Brown noted the California has an elected democratic governors back to back since eighteen eighty six but that seems about to change. Luckily, we're going from the oldest cover to win this pretty young. Good. Freshen up the whole process and Brown told an overflow crowd at the chapel Mike club in the mission. Newsom we'll bring fresh ideas to the governor's office. Gavin is about vision boldness getting Senator comma Harris also whip the packed house into a frenzy for Newsome who said he will take on homelessness is one of his first priorities, California. We are capable of doing more. We're capable of working together to do better. We are a great state state Newsom hopes to govern though, he insists he's taking nothing for granted. Brown warned him will only an hour away on his collusive county ran so Newsom if he's elected better not screw up in San Francisco. Doug, sovereign KCBS is hard to imagine. Republican gubernatorial candidate, John Cox, picking up votes and ultra liberal Berkeley KCBS has Holly Quan says that he took his bright green help is on the way bus to San Pablo avenue and talked housing affordability. One row house is an estimator at platinum auto collision and paint. He gets up at four AM to get to work by eight Renton Modesto where he starts his drive is at least half what it is in Berkeley. He's voting for John Cox because of his support to repeal the gas tax and make living more affordable. I'm spending about five.