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Fresh update on "governor gavin newsom" discussed on Pat Thurston
"Anna Claire Counties Cove in case rates and positivity rates are at an all time low during the pandemic. Those are key reasons why the county will move into the yellow tier of the state's reopening plan tomorrow. County Health Officer Dr Sarah Cody says the vaccines have proven to be safe and effective. We know that they prevent illnesses, hospitalizations and deaths. And now based on the latest research were also confident that they prevent People from spreading Cove it that's somewhat new and very important. The vaccines prevent people from spreading Cove it. Dr Cody issued a new health order that lifts the requirement that workers telecommute as much as possible. But it does require employers to report how many employees are fully vaccinated in advance of upcoming changes. State rules on masking and social distancing in the workplace. Governor Gavin Newsom's 2019 Tax returns show his income went up by about a half million dollars in this first year is governor. New summon his wife made about $1.7 million and paid 712,000 of it in state and federal taxes. Most of the income came from businesses that Governor Newsome placed in a blind trust. When he became governor..
Fresh update on "governor gavin newsom" discussed on San Diego's Morning News with Ted and LaDona
"Roses Down top the bill with the Fleetwood Mac star. Cover in two years. Time is 8 36. This is your weekly California recall reports. I'm Michael Urie from the I. Heart Media newsroom in Sacramento. Gavin Newsom is on the move because I've had the privilege over the course last a number of months to be in every part of California. Newsom in campaign mode, touting his $75 billion budget surplus that includes stimulus checks, tax rebates for low and middle income Californians. Well, it seems like he's on a recall refund campaign that Soran Heatley, leader of the recall, Newsome. Campaign, he says the governor can't buy his way out of this election. People have been negatively impacted by this governor in his failed policies up and down the state, and they're very adamant that they want him removed from office. Newsome is fighting back. Take cheap shots. We're gonna push back. People think our best days are behind it. You're full of and the campaign has only just begun that your weekly California recall report stay tuned to this station for updates on the effort to remove Governor Gavin Newsom. From office. I'm Michael Urie from the eye Hard media newsroom in Sacramento, A part of the county that's been against cannabis apparently has a change of heart. We have your traffic and your weather in three minutes cocoa to use time, a 37 dome. I'll report Newsome is doing it only.
Fresh update on "governor gavin newsom" discussed on Morning Edition
"The U. S. Supreme Court will consider a challenge to abortion rights. I'm Rachel Martin and I'm Steve Inskeep, Nina Totenberg and Sarah McCammon report on a case that turns on when or weather states may allow abortions. Also who does a company call when hackers sees its information. A ransomware negotiator describes his tactics It is Tuesday, May 18th this day in 18 96. The Supreme Court approved separate but equal segregation. Ruling. The court overturned 58 years later in Brown versus Board of Education. The news is next Live from NPR news in Corvo Coleman House Republican leader Kevin McCarthy says he will oppose a plan to put together a commission to investigate the January 6th attack on the U. S capital. NPR's Claudia Chrysalis reports the House will vote on the proposal this week leader McCarthy said he will not support the plan because of quote political misdirection that has marred the process and it's narrow focus on the Capitol riot. He issued a lengthy statement days after the top Democrat and Republican on the House Homeland Security Committee. Announced legislation modeled on the commission created after the September 11 2001 attacks. The bipartisan commission would have subpoena power. But leader McCarthy and other Republicans have said they want the commission's focus broadened to include other violent incidents. The plan is expected to pass in the House later this week. But it's fate in the Senate is unclear. Cloudy Greece ELLIS NPR NEWS Washington Secretary of State Antony Blinken has kept up his scheduled visit to an Arctic Council meeting in Iceland. This comes as the bind administration tries mostly remotely to resolve a conflict in the Middle East. NPR's Michele Kelemen is traveling with secretary Blinking is here in Reykjavik for an Arctic Council meeting, trying to stay focused on sustainable development in the region in combating climate change. But he's dogged by questions about the Biden administration's approach to the conflict between Israelis and Palestinians. It's important to note that we are engaged in quiet but very intensive diplomacy. In a nephew to de escalate the U. S. Has prevented the U. N Security Council from issuing a statement. Blinken says the Biden administration wants to make sure that any statement or action actually advances the objective to bring the current conflict to an end. Michele Kelemen NPR NEWS REYKJAVIK, Afghan government forces are clashing with the Taliban across the country as fighting escalates again. Had been alone for a rare three day truce. NPR's DEA had Dean says that ended earlier this week There were reports of fighting in districts of western, northern and southern Afghanistan. In one clash, the Taliban said in Afghan if will strike hit a medical clinic, killing two doctors and a civilian analysts say the Taliban and government forces are testing each other's military strength. As foreign forces withdrawal from Afghanistan By September 11 they expect fighting to escalate NPR's DEA indeed, reporting this hour, officials in North Carolina are releasing the results of a state investigation into the shooting death of a black man last month. Sheriff's deputies shot and killed Andrew Brown Jr as they tried to arrest him. Brown's family has seen a portion of body cam video. They say he was in his car and shot from behind while his hands were on the steering will. The local district attorney has said Brown struck deputies with his vehicle. On Wall Street, the Dow was down 55 points at 34,272. The NASDAQ is up 91. It's NPR. It's 804. I'm Cherry Glaser with KCRW news. You're gonna want to keep that mass candy for a little while longer. California is going to delay easy mask mandates until next month when other pandemic restrictions are scheduled to be rolled back. From Sacramento Camp radios, Nicole Nixon reports. The CDC said last week that fully vaccinated people condition their masks in most places that California's top health official, Dr Mark Galli, says the state will wait to align with that guidance until June. 15th. Dr Bob walked her cheers, the Department of Medicine at UC San Francisco. He agrees with the state's timeline and says the CDC moved too hard too fast. I think you're gonna see a lot of unvaccinated people take their masks off. And if that happens in a place where there's still a fair amount of covert around, you're gonna get a fair amount of spread many Republican lawmakers and candidates running to replace Governor Gavin Newsom in a recall election slam. The administration for delaying the CDC is guidance. And called the governor. Hypocritical. Camp radios Nicole Nixon reporting. Almost 45% of all Angelenos have now been vaccinated against Cove it and since the county gave the go ahead last week, more than 15,000, Children, ages, 12 and up have gotten one shot. County Supervisor Hilda Solis says Getting that age group vaccinated provides another layer of protection for everyone. Although Children and teams have been at lower risk than adults to be hospitalized or have severe illness from Cove in 19, they can still carry and pass on the virus to more vulnerable adults. The county reported about 160 new cases of covert yesterday and four more deaths connected with the virus. Although those numbers could be low due to reporting live from the weekend, they're part of a bigger decline in the region. L, a County director of health services, Dr Cristina Galli says you can thank the vaccines for that The vaccine is extremely effective. It virtually eliminates the risk of serious illness or death among those who are vaccinated. If you have questions about getting teenagers vaccinated, a virtual town hall will be held tonight where parents and guardians can talk with health officials. The town hall starts at six. Murder trial of real estate heir Robert Durst has resumed 14 months after was put on hold because of the pandemic. Durst was not in court yesterday as it is defense team yet again asked a judge for an indefinite postponement, saying he was too sick for trial. The judge denied the motion, clearing the way for a jury to hear abbreviated opening statements today. Durst's lawyers have repeatedly sought a mistrial because they argued the long delay in the case has harmed his chance of a fair hearing. Jurors heard four days of opening statements in two days of testimony before the trial was put on hold due to the pandemic. Says, pleaded not guilty to murdering his friend Susan Berman in 2000. Prosecutors say he wanted to silence Berman before she could tell police that she helped him cover up the killing of his wife. 1982 Support for NPR comes from focus features Presenting the documentary Final account. The last Living.
Fresh update on "governor gavin newsom" discussed on This Morning with Gordon Deal
"New York State is dropping requirements for facemasks this week in most public spaces for people vaccinated against covert 19 conforming with the latest guidance from the CDC. Governor Andrew Cuomo said yesterday. The New York will still order public transportation writers, though, to wear face coverings and mandate them in schools and some other communal settings. Individual private venues. Still have the ability to add additional guidelines to the state guidelines and the CDC guidelines in California Governor Gavin Newsom said his state would keep its mask order in place for another month. New Jersey Governor Phil Murphy said he would lift mask restrictions outdoors but keep them in place as a mandate to wear them indoors. Meanwhile, Target has dropped its mask requirement for fully vaccinated customers joining with WalMart Trader Joe's Starbucks Costco, another business is privately owned businesses. As you know, can still require masks. 10 minutes now, after the hour on this morning, America's first news coming.
Fresh update on "governor gavin newsom" discussed on First Light
"A member of Penn Fed injured by NC Away It's Tuesday morning here on first light at 15 minutes before the top of the hour. I'm Linda Kanye. President Biden talks about a cease fire and called to Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu. The call signals growing US concern for an end hostilities between Israel and Hamas. The president says in the coming weeks, the U. S will share an additional 20 million doses of covert 19 vaccines with the world. The move comes as domestic demand for shots drops and global disparities and distribution have become much more evident. The CDC is new mass guidance leads to some misguided noncompliance in California, Jim Group reports in spite of the CDC is new guidance and in spite of L, a county and other counties in the state being well below the state's own key metrics for easing mask mandates. Los Angeles County public health director Dr Barbara Ferrer says the county staying put L. A county will align with the state to continue masking requirements until June 15. That decision was made by Governor Gavin Newsom several weeks ago, long before the CDC is new guidance. So when the CDC announced late last week that the fully vaccinated could ditch the face coverings, many Including actor Ricky Schroder. Thought that meant everyone, including everyone in California, and he ran into a roadblock at a big box store. What do you do here? I'm a supervisor, friend and supervisor. Why aren't.
California Governor Proposes Tax Rebate as Virus Relief
"California governor Gavin Newsom is proposing a tax rebate as virus relief the governor says the state has a lot of money left over a seventy five point seven billion dollar budget surplus poor and middle class people in California could get checks up to eleven hundred dollars that tax rebate will impact just shy of eighty percent of all tax filers will get a direct stimulus check the big surpluses largely due to taxes paid by rich Californians who generally did well during the pandemic Newsome says California is not just coming back California's gonna come roaring back Newsome faces a likely recall next year one Republican called the governor's plan a publicity stunt another says these checks won't solve California's problems I'm a Donahue
California Recall Has Enough Signatures to Make Ballot
"Hi Mike Rossi are reporting a recall vote on California governor Gavin Newsom appears all but certain the effort to recall California governor Gavin Newsom has enough valid signatures to qualify for the ballot the California secretary of state's office has announced more than one point six million signatures have been verified anyone who signed recall petitions now has thirty days to withdraw their signature or the question will go to voters and election is likely to be held in the fall with two questions should news to be recalled and who should replace him the second question would be valid only if more than half the voters say yes to the first hi Mike Rossio
Caitlyn Jenner Announces Run for California Governor
"London Former Olympian reality TV star and prominent transgender activist Caitlyn Jenner has launched a beautiful California governor. North America correspondent Catherine Dis reports, Republicans have been pushing for an election to unseat the Democratic governor, Gavin Newsom, giving he mishandled the Corona virus pandemic If the recall vote proceeds. Caitlyn Jenner, a longtime Republican, has declared she'll enter the race. Celebrities running for office in California is nothing new. Voters have previously elected Arnold Schwarzenegger and Ronald Reagan. Miss Jenna supported former President Donald Trump early on when he ran for office, but withdrew her supporting 2018 after his administration repeatedly attacked
Caitlyn Jenner Files Paperwork to Run for California Governor
"With your top local stories. Caitlyn Jenner is running for governor of California. The Republican made it official today by filing paperwork as Democratic governor Gavin Newsom faces a potential recall election. Jenner went after Democrats for the way they've governed the state. She described Newsome's time in charge as disastrous and criticized him for Corona virus related lockdowns. Transgender woman noted She's been calling California home for
Space Force acquisitions division will be based in Los Angeles area
"Force finds a new home already, Los Angeles Air Force Base has been home to research and development of military space systems, and it's only a few miles away from the headquarters of Space X Now Governor Gavin Newsom, announcing the military will create the space systems command of the base, which will serve as a field command site for the U. S Space Force. Newsome, saying the command will have nationwide authority of launches and procurement within the governor says will come many jobs.
Space Force Field Command to Be Located at Los Angeles Military Base
"Angeles Air Force Base will serve as a field command site for the U. S. Space Force Governor Gavin Newsom, saying today the military will establish the space systems command at the base near Los Angeles International Airport governor said in a statement. The field command will have nationwide authority over launches and procurement.
California gubernatorial candidate: Companies leaving state like 'a snowball rolling downhill'
"Of California business Phantom Republican gubernatorial candidate John Cox, who believes that if the state doesn't change some of its policies affecting businesses, companies are going to flee the state. Several large California companies, including Oracle and Tesla, have already moved their headquarters to Texas. In what some have dubbed a tech exodus. Cox will challenge California Governor Gavin Newsom if a recall effort makes it to the ballot later this year. Half across reporting nearly 100 people are looking for new accommodations after
Four people, including child, killed in Orange, California shooting
"Child was among four people killed Wednesday and shooting at a Southern California office building that left 1/5 victim and the gunman critically wounded. Police say the violence in the city of Orange outside of L. A. Was the Nation's third mass shooting and just over two weeks. It's unclear if the suspect suffered a self inflicted wound or was shot by police. They didn't provide details on the victims, other than to say, one was a child, and one was a woman. In a tweet Governor Gavin Newsom called the killings horrifying and heartbreaking. They follow a mass shooting at a supermarket in Boulder, Colorado, last week that left 10 dead and then a week prior, Six Asian women were among eight killed and three Atlanta area
Four Killed, Including Child, in los Angeles Business Complex Shooting
"Governor calls the mass shooting in this state horrifying and heartbreaking. A child and three adults were found gunned down in Orange County. A woman was also wounded. California Governor Gavin Newsom calls the killings horrifying and heartbreaking among the dead. A child police Lieutenant Jennifer Ahmad says it took place in an office building and shots were being fired as officers arrived at the scene. It's my understanding that it's an upstairs and a downstairs with the courtyard area, it is a Situation that was moving from different areas. Lieutenant amount says a gun was found at the scene.
California will expand vaccine eligibility to all adults April 15
"I'm Cliff Albert. Ah, lot more people in California will soon be able to vaccinated. The news came late this week from the governor and Coco's Jack Cronin has more, governor Gavin Newsom says next week, April 1st, those 50 and older will be eligible. And then in three weeks on April 15th Everyone 16 and older will be able to get a shot. We can conservatively administer three million doses a week by the end of next month, will be able to administer four million doses a week with the expectation that more supply will be made available. More JJ supply one shot but also more supplies relates to modern advisor. That expectation has set up a framework where today we are announcing that we're modifying in a stair step manner are eligibility. And that's when the governor made his announcement on April 1st in the state of California. Anyone 50 and over will be able to get a vaccine in our state. So next Thursday, anyone 50 and over will be provided the opportunity to get the vaccine on April 15th. Everybody in the state of California 16 and
Los Angeles County Surpasses 23K Total COVID-19 Deaths
"People have lost their lives to cope it a year ago, there were just 13 total coronavirus deaths. It comes as the county logs and other 66 deaths connect to the virus and 600 H new cases. Today, County Public Health director Dr Barbara Ferrer says she worried that numbers could rise now that we are in a holiday period every time in the past is this happened. Pretty much our cases have gone up. But more Angelenos are getting vaccinated and that can help ease that concern. Today, Governor Gavin Newsom announced starting April 15th All Californians, 16 and older can sign up for a vaccine. Like how he says it will align with the state and allow those newly eligible residents to sign up for appointments. New bureau, focused on mental health calls and
Rob Bonta tapped by Gavin Newsom to be California's first Filipino attorney general
"Governor, Gavin Newsom today nominated a new attorney general replace Javi Oppa Sarah, who is now Secretary of Health and Human services. KQED, Scott Shaffer reports The pick makes history. Newsome chose Rob Bonta to be the next attorney general. Once confirmed by the state Legislature. Bonta will be the first Filipino American to hold the position. He represents Oakland in the State Assembly and has a reputation as a criminal justice reform. ER asked about violence directed at Asian Americans, Bonta rejected calls for excessive charges. We have enough enhancements. Enough criminalization enough mass incarceration. Enough over sentencing more than we need. Bada said He wants to emphasize prevention, something that could put him at odds with tough on crime groups
San Francisco, Los Angeles Police to Increase Presence in Asian American Communities
"California cities are stepping up patrols and Asian American and Pacific Islander communities following the deadly mass shooting in Atlanta Tuesday night. It left eight people dead, including six Asian women in both San Francisco and Los Los Angeles. Angeles. Police Police say say they're they're stepping stepping up up patrols patrols in in neighborhoods neighborhoods with with high high numbers numbers of of Asian Asian American American residents residents and and visitors. visitors. Sacramento Sacramento City City Councilwoman. Councilwoman. My My Vang Vang says says racism racism is nothing new for the community. I think just throughout the past year, eyes been incredibly hard on our Asian American Pacific Islander community on it's really a long history of racism, not just against our Asian Americans means that all communities and Until we stand in solidarity and recognized the humanity of all people of Asian Americans of black, Latino and indigenous community than hatred and bigotry will continue thing is one of several lawmakers calling on Governor Gavin Newsom to appoint an Asian American attorney general to replace heavier be Sarah. His final approval for health and human services secretary under President Biden is expected later this morning.
Did Trump feud with Gov. Inslee cost Washington a visit by hospital ship for COVID help?
"And battled with the White House During the four years President Trump was in office and compost Charlie Harder tells us about new reports over how deeply the president held a grudge. Washington State was the hardest hit at the start of the pandemic. In a new book, ABC is Jonathan Karl reports on a March 2020 Oval Office meeting between President Trump and Vice President Mike Pence, hence told Trump the Navy hospital ship Mercy was headed to Seattle. Karl reports, Trump said Governor Jay Inslee was a jerk. And had his secretary. Get California Governor Gavin Newsom on the phone. Put him on speaker phone and said, Gavin, You've been saying the nicest things about me. Don't you think this hospital ship should go to you instead of that jerk? Up in Seattle up in Washington state. The Mercy wound up going to Los Angeles instead. Governor Inslee spokesperson says they're not looking backwards but forward and goes on to say the governors approach saved lives. We reached out to former President Trump's office for comment. Charlie
Determining when U. S troops
"Says it will be tough for his administration to meet the May 1st deadline to withdraw all U. S troops from Afghanistan. Speaking to ABC is Good Morning America. Biden says he's still determining when U. S troops should depart. The deadline was set in talks last year with the Taliban, but peace talks between the militants and the Afghan government have since faltered. The National Weather Service is warning conditions are ripe for exceptionally damaging storms Today in the South Bill Bunting is chief of forecast operations with the National Weather Service's Storm Prediction Center. He says. People from Texas to Georgia need to be ready. We expect the storms to be that quite intense the potential for several long track intense tornadoes exists. So it's really critical that people prepare now before the storm's approach because they'll be fast moving. The threat will extend well after dark when it's hard to see the dangers, and so it's just really important that everybody's ready. Currently, there's a tornado warning in northeast Mississippi. Another storm system is hitting the Panhandle of Texas under Blizzard warning. Campaign to recall California Governor Gavin Newsom faces a deadline today, people must turn in the required number of petition signatures to force an election. Member station
"That quite intense the potential for several long track intense tornadoes exists. So it's really critical that people prepare now before the storm's approach because they'll be fast moving. The threat will extend well after dark when it's hard to see the dangers, and so it's just really important that everybody's ready. Currently, there's a tornado warning in northeast Mississippi. Another storm system is hitting the Panhandle of Texas under Blizzard warning. Campaign to recall California Governor Gavin Newsom faces a deadline today, people must turn in the required number of petition signatures to force an election. Member station KQED Guy Maharani prepared this report. Supporters of the recall say they've collected the nearly 1.5 million voter signatures needed to force an election later this year. And on Tuesday, Newsome conceded his facing a serious challenge. Look, we're anticipating that they've got the signatures. The recall campaign has
Determining when U. S troops
"About 150 miles south of Atlanta. Police say he is a suspect and shootings that one massage parlor in Cherokee County and at two in Atlanta, according to police surveillance video shows long at the Cherokee County spot where women were killed and another injured. Atlanta Police say there's a strong likelihood long is the suspect in the Atlantic killings after his car was spotted in the area of the other two spas where another four women were killed. Motive has not yet been determined for NPR news. I'm Millie Oppenheimer in Atlanta. President Biden says it will be tough for his administration to meet the May 1st deadline to withdraw all U. S troops from Afghanistan. Speaking to ABC is Good Morning America. Biden says he's still determining when U. S troops should depart. The deadline was set in talks last year with the Taliban, but peace talks between the militants and the Afghan government have since faltered. The National Weather Service is warning conditions are ripe for exceptionally damaging storms Today in the South Bill Bunting is chief of forecast operations with the National Weather Service's Storm Prediction Center. He says. People from Texas to Georgia need to be ready. We expect the storms to be that quite intense the potential for several long track intense tornadoes exists. So it's really critical that people prepare now before the storm's approach because they'll be fast moving. The threat will extend well after dark when it's hard to see the dangers, and so it's just really important that everybody's ready. Currently, there's a tornado warning in northeast Mississippi. Another storm system is hitting the Panhandle of Texas under Blizzard warning. Campaign to recall California Governor Gavin Newsom faces a deadline today, people
Newsom vows to name Black woman to Senate if Dianne Feinstein steps down
"California Senator Dianne Feinstein is brushing off remarks by Governor Gavin Newsom that he would replace her with a black woman if she stepped down the Democratic lawmaker, telling reporters she is good friends with a guy. Governor is feeling fine and quote intends to serve her full term. Just some of the stories
"governor gavin newsom" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK
"Governor Gavin Newsom says he knows we need to do better getting Californians vaccinated against the coronavirus today in San Diego after touring the largest of five vaccination super stations, this one at Petco Park. Newsome praised the county for leading the state and vaccinations, but also criticized other unnamed counties. Some Candidly are way behind. Some are not where they need to be way need to call that out. We need to provide support chief shots, but we also need to provide a sense of urgency that the public deserves. Newsome says the state has to depend on the federal government to provide the vaccines. He says He's asking the Biden administration to do everything in their power to increase the supply. States Insurance commissioner says his office will develop statewide standards for home hardening home hardening centers on creating rules for building so they're more fire resistant Commissioner Ricardo Lara notes that the deadly and destructive wildfires have also created a crisis in insurance coverage. Homeowners in many fire prone regions report getting non renewal notices from their insurance carriers in order to resume coverage in high risk fire areas. Insurance companies say the state needs to have uniform standards in place and Super Bowl halftime star The weekend is announcing several tour stops in Northern California next year. The tour kicks off in January of next year, with stops in Oakland, San Jose and Sacramento next March. Traffic and weather together. Here's Dana head right by El Grosso, Honda and Westbound Cabot, the ardent way off friend. We have a report of a car fire actually on the rampage cell, But I did see some very heavy traffic.
"governor gavin newsom" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO
"Coordinators. And they only need 1.5 million valid signatures. The 1.3 million means that they're probably gonna have to hit two million because you know, certain number of signatures are not going to be valid. Two million signatures would basically qualify this recall, you'd be assured of getting the 1.5 million valid signatures in that mix. So 700,000 signatures left to collect and we have about 6.5 weeks left March. 17th is the deadline so at recall Gavin 2020 dot Com Recall Gavin 2020 dot com is where you can download the petition form. Sign it, collect more and send it back. Now, Here's how the recall candidate process works. Um, recall election will have two items on the ballot and only to the first item will be should we recall Governor Gavin Newsom? Yes, no. So if you fill in the yes bubble, and 50%, or more of Californians say yes. Newsome is fired. If people Decide to go with the No side. No. Do not recall Gavin Newsom. Then he retains his job. And it doesn't matter the second question on the ballot that doesn't matter. Now we have to fill out the ballot the same time. So you vote yes or no first and then you have to select one candidate to vote for to replace him. Unlike in a regular election. It's only 50. It's not 50% plus one. It's whoever gets the most votes and with more than 100, or 200 candidates that potentially will be on the ballot. Yeah, you might get a candidate who only wins 30% of the vote and wins the governorship in the process, so Democrats are likely to get behind Only one Named Democrat as a quote safety candidate, a replacement candidate. But on the Republican side, there may be a number of candidates that run. They're also maybe some independent candidates who've got a lot of money. So, for example, Kevin Faulkner says he's looking at running. I can tell you right now he would be the worst candidate. You can check out Maura at Faulkner failures dot org's more on that website in a bit. Falconer failures that award Kevin Faulkner yesterday said I've raised a lot of money $500,000, and that seems like a lot of money, right. But it's only from seven donors. You want to talk about someone bought and paid for by the establishment? That is an embarrassment to sit there and say I've got $500,000. Well. Wow. That must be thousands of donors. Nope. Seven donors, uh, husbands and wives that basically, you know, you know, seven couples, seven families. This is almost as embarrassing as Gavin Newsom and Queen Nancy and the Golden Families of California on the Democrat side. Come on, folks. There's also an oddball candidate that just got in the race. Silicon Valley billionaire Shama Polly Ha Pattaya. He says that he's new to politics, but he's got a multi billion dollar fortune from being a venture capitalist and s social media innovator. He was on CNBC last night announcing his candidacy. Here's audio one. I think Gavin Newsom has done a terrible job. I think that people are leaving in droves. The crime is really high. Our education outcomes are the worst of any state. Our taxes are the highest of any state. Our air quality is the worst of any state. And so this is a state that I think it's just so absolutely incredible. Right now is being run off the rails and to the extent that we can recall him, and to the extent that my agenda which I just tweeted out and explain, resonates with people. Zero state taxes a minimum teacher salary of 70 K. Rule vouchers so that you have school choice. 2000 bucks for every kid born in California. I think you would see a renaissance in California. That would be Gloria. I looked at his website. He's got a little Santa Claus list of all sorts of goodies. He says he wants to give out what Tiger took talk. Grab. My attention was the 0% state tax on income. Kind of like that. However, however, he's out there talking about climate change and $2000 for every child born in California and getting rid of student loan debt. That stuff is kind of big government. How you gonna pay for that? One thing I do like is free school choice of school vouchers. That's a pretty good thing. Here's the Here's the point. With all of these candidates getting in, particularly with like Faulkner trying to pretend to be a Republican, you're likely going to have a lot of votes split up. And it could become such a mess that Newsome might say. Well, look, stick with me. Just give me a little bit more time. That's why this recall process could be pretty difficult. And that's why I'm putting out the call, and many others were putting out the call for better candidates. We need Principled. Conservative, reliable Uh, leaders in our state. You get together, and we got to get behind a candidate who we can be proud of a candidate who's not going to be a phony or a liberal like Kevin Faulconer. Or this guy here might have billions of dollars. But you look at this Website. I don't know. Some of this stuff seems conservative. But other stuff here is just wack a doodle. So a billionaire announcing last night That he's going to run for governor. We certainly could use his money in qualifying for the recall. If you're really interested in saving California, Mr Palihapitiya, maybe a couple checks over to the recall committee to help us get these final 700,000 signatures. Would be Much appreciate it. A lot of these guys want to just coast. They just want to pretend like they support the recall, but they'll certainly step up. An opportunist. Opportunistic way if a recall qualifies so Our challenge. How do we get a good candidate? That we all can get behind. And how do we keep our eye on spoiler Candidates like this Silicon Valley billionaire And Liberal Week Republicans. Like Kevin Faulconer. Coming up. You know his name? He was the Republican candidate for governor in 2018. John Cox. We're gonna ask him. Would you be willing to run again? That's coming up on the day my report. First traffic. Carl, We got some slow transitions here on the freeways from your office and Diego 100 dealers..
"governor gavin newsom" Discussed on WBSM 1420
"I'm Chuck Secrets in a mid size bipartisan compromise covert relief proposal is gaining momentum on Capitol Hill, Senate Republican Majority Leader McConnell solution of some past has been imply inside. A long time now for anybody willing to see it. Agree where we read. Bank that progress. Make law take a whole lot of pressure off struggling people. And then keep debating the areas. Where we don't agree this new action. California's new stay at home order will be based not on overall cases, but on ICU capacity of capacity of ICU beds falls below 15% in one of five statewide regions than that region will move into a stricter stay at home order for at least three weeks. Governor Gavin Newsom was in just the next few weeks are icy capacity in the state of California will drop in these five regions in those regions. Restaurants will again become to go until Livery only if they haven't already salons and barber shops will close again as well like stone. ABC NEWS LOS Angeles Going 7 37. Max is now cleared to fly in the U. S. After changes since fatal crashes. Irish airline Ryanair ordering many of the signing ceremony near Washington Boeing chief gave Kelly I think we come out of here leaner, faster, smarter, better. Most importantly, Safer. And Wisconsin Supreme Court has refused to hear President Trump's latest attempt to overturn his election laws. President Trump was noncommittal when asked today if he still has confidence in his attorney general, William Barr asked me that In a number of weeks from now they should be looking at all of this fraud Bar told the AP this week. The Justice Department has not found evidence of widespread fraud that would overturn the election results. The president signal he's not satisfied with bars. Comment. They haven't looked very hard. Which is a disappointment, to be honest with you, because it's massive fraud. Karen Travers, ABC NEWS Washington Listening New ABC News. I'm Dr Baker and ER physician..
"governor gavin newsom" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD
"Governor Gavin Newsom is imposing new sanctions on much of the state, forcing many indoor businesses too close. And in Iowa Governor Kim Reynolds has declared a public health disaster. It includes mandatory mask wearing in public and state buildings, limits on indoor and outdoor crowds and to close his bars and restaurants at 10 PM If Iowans don't buy into this, we lose. Businesses will close once again. More schools will be forced to go online. And our health care system will fail and the cost in human life will be high. Sudden rise in cases is prompting Virginia Beach schools to return to distance learning President elect Biden outlining his economic and pandemic recovery plan and the continued refusal of President Trump to help in the transition. President elect Joe Biden with a blunt response on how President Trump blocking his transition could affect recovering from the pandemic. People may die. If we don't coordinate Mr Biden, saying he'll gladly take the vaccine when Dr Fauci and drug companies say it's safe, but not president Trump. That's the reason why people are questioning vaccine because all the things he says, and doesn't stay with us. Truthful isn't not truthful, The exaggerations and the field. ABC NEWS Washington Second lawyer who was helping to lead the president's effort to contest the 2020 elections. Stepping aside Republican Attorney Linda Curren's filing paperwork with federal court to withdraw Hurricane Iota has lost a little punches. It closes in on Nicaragua, but it's still a Category four storm with 155. Mile per hour winds. You're listening to ABC news. From the W Y o D 24 hour Traffic.
"governor gavin newsom" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK
"Governor Gavin Newsom said Wednesday just gives you an indication example. Of a mutual aid system that knows no politics, he said. Weather conditions are helping increase containment of the wildfires. You're listening to ABC News now. Here's what's happening around the state on Sacramento's news 93.1 kfbk. Governor Gavin Newsom is addressing the issue of climate change. There are no democratic thermometers and no Republican thermometers. There's fact and there's reality as well as observed evidence. It's not a belief system. It's an acknowledgment of the facts are the facts. He notes that over a 40 year period, the average temperature in California has increased from 71 to 74 degrees, Newsom says Well, a three degree change may not seem significant on the surface. It is profoundly impactful. A recent surge in claims for benefits through a new federal unemployment program is likely due to fraud. A spokesperson for the California says the claims are being investigated. Earlier this month, hundreds of Mailer's purportedly from the were sent to wrong addresses, including other states, state lawmakers approved an emergency audit of the agency tow look into the fraudulent claims. Time. Magus Sacramento traffic from the chaotic traffic center overnight work South bound Highway 99. We've got alternating lane closures between tell Grover Boulevard in the Consumer's River Boulevard over crossing until 5 A.m. and then again from cowboying consumers to Martin Luther King Jr Boulevard over crossing until 6 A.m. RAB closures on South found 99. The Sheldon Road off ramp. An on ramp are closed until 5 A.m., the Calvin Consumers River Boulevard over crossing on ramp is closed until 5 A.m. and the Laguna Boulevard offramp. An on ramp are closed until 5 A.M. c a problem up ahead. Let us know about it on the kfbk Traffic tip line. Enter pound to 50 say traffic traffic on the tens, every 10 minutes mornings and afternoons.
"governor gavin newsom" Discussed on KQED Radio
"California Governor Gavin Newsom assigned an emergency order today that will allow some energy users and utilities to tap back up sources of energy that what has been a day's long heat wave in the state. We have prompted rolling blackouts affecting hundreds of thousands of households and businesses in this state over the weekend, and, according to Newsome, some other problems as well. This weather is included thousands quite literally thousands of dry lightning strikes that have sparked fires throughout the state of California. Using wind gusts Santa Cruz mountains north of 74 miles per hour record temperatures. In the letter to state energy regulators today. Newsome also questioned why blackouts that occurred over the weekend took place with little notice to the public. From calling the state's failure to anticipate the problem. Quote. Unacceptable stock started trading week on a mix note. The DowJones Industrial average fell 86 points, but the NASDAQ was up 110 points today. Standard and Poor's 500 close up nine points. You're listening to NPR. Live from Tokyo. EDIE News. I'm Daniel Invention. As we heard on NPR Governor Gavin Newsom has ordered an investigation into why the state's electrical grid wasn't ready for he were heat related surge power demand over the weekend. And let me just make this crystal clear. We failed to predict and plan the shortages and that's simply unacceptable. Newson signed an emergency proclamation to free up backup energy resource is and he asked the state's residents to conserve their power use this week between three and 10 p.m. Governor noted that renewable energy sources can be less predictable than fossil fuel sources and said the state needs to build a more reliable grid as the state increasingly turns to renewable energy. California has already sued the Trump administration more than 95 times and the state's attorney general is looking to add one more suit to the list. This time over the U. S Post office cuties Katie your reports. California Attorney General Javier Bashira is working with several other states to challenge what he's.
"governor gavin newsom" Discussed on Liberty Talk FM
"Governor Gavin Newsom mandating that public schools and counties on the monitoring list for rising cases of covert 19 cannot hold in person classes, and he says, all students above second grade and all staff must wear masks in school, Buddy says. In the state of California. Simply non negotiable that schools must underscore must provide meaningful instruction during this pandemic. Whether they are physically opened the schools or not, the guidelines make it unlikely Schools will be opened for in person learning this fall. Texas Allowing public schools to keep campus is closed for at least the 1st 8 weeks of school. Ports more than five million students as the state works to contain the resurgence of the virus, 129 deaths and more than 10,000 cases reported today. More death from the virus have been reported in Florida, but it's not getting exponentially worse, according to data from the state figures released Friday from Florida's Department of Health show. The state recorded 128 new deaths as of Friday, but the overall rate of fatality Now drops to just 1%. Florida has still seen fewer than 5000 covert caused deaths. Throughout the pandemic. The state recorded more than 11,000 new Corona virus positives, but the daily positive rate drops below 12% again. And the majority of cases there. Still people aged mid twenties to mid thirties in Broward County, Florida, Evan Brown Fox New Treasury secretary, Stephen Yushin, urging Congress to quickly enacted new pandemic relief package that would target the hardest hit areas of the economy. $600 in additional weekly aid has now received by tens of millions of people lost their jobs. Is set to expire at the end of the month. Wall Street of the close, The Dow lost 60 to America is listening to Fox News.
"governor gavin newsom" Discussed on 790 KABC
"Governor Gavin Newsom plans to release about 8000 inmates as Copan, 19 cases and state president approaching 2400 cases. Facebook is considering removing political advertising. That's according to Bloomberg News. Colleen Maxwell will appear at a bail hearing in federal court in Manhattan on July 14th. She wants to mount her defense on sex trafficking charges, while free on bail by prosecutors are opposed to that her defense team filed court papers making an argument for why she shouldn't remain behind bars. Maxwell's attorneys argued in their filing that she shouldn't be remanded without bail because she's been scapegoated by a relentless press over false accusations. They claim that the British socialite was not avoiding law enforcement, but rather, she was trying to stay away from snooping reporters. Her attorneys argue that galleon Maxwell has already been pre judged as being guilty in the public eye. Her lawyers requested a $5 million bond and said she'd hand over her passport. The prosecutor's wonder held without bail. Steve Kastenbaum, NEW YORK the USC School of cinematic Art has announced it will remove a John Wayne exhibit in response to quote conversations about systemic racism in our cultural institutions, unquote Some USC students protested last fall calling for the removal of the exhibit due to racist comments made by the actor. But the school resisted, opting instead to expand it into a more complete representation of the American West. Criminal charges are being filed against three Los Angeles police officers accused of falsifying records that claim to people they had stopped where gang members or gang associates, says Los Angeles County District Attorney Jackie Lacey. On Wall Street, all the major indexes closed up. President Trump said today the economy is improving after being hit hard by the Corona virus pandemic. NASDAQ Just.
"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.
"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 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 NewsRadio WIOD
"Governor Gavin Newsom California calls for all bars wineries to close immediately because the corona virus in people over sixty five years old simply to stay at home governor announced it's a Sunday afternoon first was a call for all seniors for home isolation with chronic conditions to stay indoors and later on he went on to include anyone over the age of sixty five and for those interacting with those folks to be careful governor Newsom second directive all bars nightclubs wineries and brew pubs in California will close their doors he is stopping short during restaurants but will issue guidelines for closures including restaurants required to keep patrons at least six feet apart how about this in the third director regarding the homeless population eight thousand unsheltered across the state news comes as officials work with hotels and motels to get the home was out of the encampments or find a hotel I say come on in what do you got hepatitis a hepatitis B. C. D. E. and F. have sars you have Mars H. one N. one you got I'm all come on in how how much it may it's absurd so I don't know ignorance is bliss therefore I'm a happy man let's continue I don't know how that's gonna work politically but we'll see and now let's go to rust in the great state of Georgia Russin George you're welcome to the bill Cunningham show rush go ahead yeah they just shut down the yellow circle Walmart here if you're gonna come in the parking lot tell me what happened it won't normally twenty four hours of what are your portable closing in ten minutes no milk no donuts the best shelves are almost empty I was in a Walgreens about three hours ago and there was no toilet paper I went through a Kroger no paper products why is there a rush on toilet paper and paper products why according to good movies in fact my wife mother stayed in a hotel last night a pretty big hotel in town and when I went down to your local provider within one I should be making that so we don't have anymore why why is there a run normally when there's when there's snow coming his milk and bread white toilet paper I don't know I don't know if you order your misconduct it's it's a shortage there was a shortage of public sent a shortage of Kroger and a shortage of Albertsons I I don't get it and I'm looking at this video New Orleans police cleared Bourbon street last night because one person who's fifty years old died of the corona virus in New Orleans so they cleared Bourbon street yeah I hate to me is is an incredible overreaction is it prudent what does your gut tell you Russ automotive door yep were actually because the media is making it worse it is bought two simple questions and I was still court twelve hours a day for me too me too but I haven't heard yet maybe you can help that's what I'm going to get everybody's gonna get it how long is it lost normally seven to ten days why eighty percent of those who have the virus and test positive will have no symptoms no symptoms are minor symptoms at all eighty percent of the other twenty percent it's according to a a I may it's about a two to three percent fatal but you don't know how many people have it there for you when you do the numerator and denominator you know what number to put on top you don't know how many have a governor DeWine believes a hundred thousand Ohioans have it and to have died hundred thousand and two now that's a guess as far as a hundred thousand is not a guess as to the troops now we know across the country seventy one Americans have died in about thirty one hundred are infected that they can prove so that's a that's a pretty high death rate but on the other hand maybe at maybe a million Americans have it and there's been seventy one dead so which case not to worry about it I know the last six months forty thousand Americans have been killed by the regular flu and the last six months forty thousand what the corona virus the answer is seventy one now which one are we overreacting to I don't get to me but they're closing Walmart's let's continue when I go to C. N. B. C. look at the futures markets in the Crapper without.
"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 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.