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Governor Newsom Lifts Most COVID-19 Restrictions
"Gavin Newsom, lifting most of his state's covid restrictions, the order rolls back rules on masks and distancing, Although unvaccinated people are still being asked to wear face coverings in public, no word on how the state plans to enforce that Newsome was the first governor to issue a stay at home order at the beginning of the pandemic. The Democrats. Handling of the virus has sparked fierce criticism from Republicans who are hoping to beat him in a likely recall election this fall. Foxes John Scott. Meanwhile, new data from Johns Hopkins University shows new covid 19 cases are declining
Newsom Condemns US Judge’s Overturning of California’s Ban on Assault Weapons
"Ruling that overturns the state's ban on assault weapons, CBS News correspondent Lilia Luciano Judge Roger Benitez called the 1989 ban on assault weapons, a failed experiment. His ruling, please. The plaintiffs, including a group of San Diego gun owners, really glad that he reaffirmed that are right to keep and bear arms is rock solid even here in California. The judge drew sharp criticism after likening the air 15 rifle to a Swiss army knife writing. It is good for both home and battle. Governor Newsom, calling the ruling a direct threat to public safety. The number of new covid 19 cases and deaths
U.S. Judge Overturns California’s Ban on Assault Weapons
"A federal judge overturned California's three decade old ban on assault weapons ruling on Friday it violates the constitutional right to bear arms it is ruling the U. S. district judge wrote like the Swiss army knife the popular A. R. fifteen rifle is a perfect combination of home defense weapon and homeland defense equipment he says the state's definition of a legal military style rifles unlawfully deprived law abiding Californians of weapons commonly allowed in most other states and by the Supreme Court he also said murder by knife occurs seven times more often than murder by rifle governor Newsom said in a statement the comparison to a Swiss army knife is a slap in the face to the families who lost loved ones to these assault rifles and the state says it will appeal the ruling I'm Julie Walker
Governor Newsom to Provide $6.2 Billion Tax Cut for Small Businesses
Return to La La Land: Art Is Back in California
"While other parts of the world of either open man museums or had sporadic lockdowns and reopenings cultural institutions in los angeles had remained firmly closed until this month. Now though most are welcoming visitors again in strictly controlled numbers and with familiar restrictions. Of course among the key. Attractions in town is the made in. La annual at the hammer museum and huntington library art museum and botanical gardens which has been stalled last summer. but he's only now gaining an audience. I spoke to jerry finkel regular contributors to the newspaper and the new york times about l. La's emergence from hibernation jewelry. Why is it. California has taken so long to open. Its museums yeah. It has taken a long time for california museums reopen museums in los angeles in particular. So there was a moment in the fall when the numbers got better in san francisco. Cova numbers got better in san francisco. San francisco museums reopen briefly. Two to four weeks and then had to close again. I don't know which is better opening for a month or not opening it all up and in the case of la that cove numbers have kept us in what they call the purple tier. Governor newsom has created a tier system an order for museums to reopen. They had to move out of the purple tier in that county. Meaning that counties metrics the number of cove infections per day Had to reach a certain level and we just didn't reach that level until recently so by by march we got the word that museums could reopen. That was exactly a year after they close like so many others across the world yep and so basically they opened Not all of them are even open yet so we have a case where lack my real and soon as it could. I think it was the first major museum here to reopen the hammer and the huntington reopened soon after that mocha is still closed. It's not opening until early. June the getty center is still closed. And they haven't given their reopening date yet. But we expect. I think even says on their website likely to be late may
Governor Newsom delivers State of the State address
"Gavin Newsom says California leads the battle against coronavirus in a virtual state of the state address, Newsome gave remarks from the outfield of Dodger Stadium, where he was surrounded by 56,000 empty seats, a powerful reminder of the more than 54,000 Californians who have died from covered 19 since the pandemic began. He also pledged financial relief with $2.6 billion allocated to help small businesses. The governor said. California's administered 210,000 vaccine doses to educators in an effort to bring kids back to the
Biden Administration Hopes to Increase Vaccine Production
"The biden administration is now projecting that as many as ninety thousand more americans will die from the coronavirus in the next four weeks. The virus has already taken over four hundred and thirty thousand. Us lives the administration's new health. Briefings are set for three times a week and are part of biden's attempt to restore trust and breakdown public resistance to the vaccine as for the vaccine white house corona virus coordinator jeff. Zen says the administration is looking into multiple waves so speeding up production. His comments come a day after president biden announced plans to provide states with enough doses for three hundred million americans by the end of the summer. He said states or getting better at at administering the shots and called on congress except for florida. Maybe maybe to pass biden's one point nine trillion dollar american rescue plan. The bill includes four hundred billion dollars for efforts to contain the virus including increasing the pace of vaccination and ensuring more testing nationwide joining us. Now physician and fellow out the brookings institution dr patel. She's also With us morning joe. Chief medical correspondent. Dr dave campbell. Good to have you both. I like to always begin with where the virus stands right now. dr dave. You're focused a lot of your time on florida. My instinct is florida's doing terribly. Just looking at how people are behaving at night out and about in cities florida like many states across the country are not doing well but we make a weekend see some little shining light in the numbers that have been coming out in the last week or two in terms of new cases and hospitalizations in florida and across the country. But the grave concern that. You'll be hearing about now all day for the next few weeks or these variants that could be increasing the rate again with yet another surge if the the unfortunate expectations come true. Dr patel your concerns and we're talking about ninety thousand more deaths before we can figure out how to roll out this vaccine in a way that it gets to everybody. Is there any way that can be curtailed. We're gonna hit half a million people absolutely make a good morning and happy to be here at publicly with a little bit of good news. We're starting to see a lot. More data on just the strength of some of the treatments it's not hydrochloric winter. Bleach no surprise there but emerging evidence about combination of antiviral treatment monoclonal. Antibodies as well as other trials before people get hospitals that can actually decrease death and the risk of becoming severely. Ill so this just emphasizes that you know. The biden administration as they spoke about yesterday has to do everything they've got to fix a vaccine distribution and supply problem. They've also got a fix. What never got fixed on testing issues mega. It's ridiculous that it still takes me. Forty eight hours to get a turnaround and that's a good day on test and then they also have to really fix this issue of masks fatigue to your point. That's partly why governor governor newsom basically had to call it quits on stay at home orders because frankly nobody's following them especially in southern california for the hospitals are still deluged but improving lightly
California reveals data used to lift stay-at-home order
"To ditch the regional stay at home order came as a surprise for many officials said that data and science led to the change yesterday back to a tear based system, but some were still confused as to what that exactly meant. Today, California's Health and Human Services secretary, Dr Mark Galle gave some more clarity on the move. He says it all comes down to ICU projections. We know today's Cases become hospital cases in about two weeks. I see you cases 3 to 4 weeks later. So if we want to really determine what the impact is on where we're gonna be in the hospitals, we have to look about four weeks out. Charlie says the state used to set of formulas for the original restrictions. So they basically calculated how many new cases there are. Many of those people are expected to be in the hospital, and I see you and how many ICU beds there are in total. Today, the state reporting roughly 18,000 new covert 19 patients in the hospital, not new currently and more than 4300 of those are in the ICU. Well as the state remains in the grip of the covert pandemic. Not everyone is celebrating Governor Newsom's decision to end stay at home orders. A lot of people think that the pandemic is over and we will be getting back to normal. It's not anywhere near normal as any triumphal Cortez is the president of the California Nurses Association. She told KGO TV that even with infection rates trending downward, there will be a human cost toe lifting stay at home orders prematurely. Have been a nurse for 40 years, and I have never seen so many patients die health officials to say the decision was based on models that show capacity in those icy units. Rising above 15%
Governor Newsom Recall Campaign Reaches One Million Signatures
"To recall Governor Gavin Newsom says they've reached a signature milestone Rescue California says they now have one million signatures organizer say they need around 1.8 by mid March to qualify the recall for the ballot. But their goal is to get two million signatures and the recall election in late summer early fall Rescue California's and guns more, says former San Diego Mayor Kevin Falconer and John Cox, who lost a Newsom in 2018 are both potential candidates to replace the governor. Sharon reared in K ABC News, Carnival Cruise
Alex Padilla to become California's first Latino senator, replacing Harris
"California governor gavin newsom has appointed california's secretary of state. Alex padilla to replace vice president-elect kamala harris in the us senate padilla will make history as the first latin next senator to represent california state with a population. That's forty percent latin x. He was first elected to public office at twenty six years old. When he joined the los angeles city council he went on to serve two terms in the state senate followed by two terms as the state secretary of state. Alex padilla is the son of mexican immigrants and video. Posted by governor newsom to twitter. Padeas talked about how his family's background has shaped his political. Work can tell you how many pancakes my dad flip through egg scrambled. Try to provide for us sir. In many many years my mom cleaning house the same. So i i try so hard to make sure that our democracy is as inclusive in california's we built in to help a important perspective to washington. Alex padilla is a close ally of governor gavin newsom. He has not taken a public stance unpopular progressive issues. Such as medicare for all. The green new deal abolishing ice. That's immigration customs enforcement for more on his appointment. We go to los angeles where we're joined by fernando guetta. He's a professor of political science at loyola marymount university where he's also director of the center for the study of los angeles. We welcome you to democracy now. Professor get it. It's great to have you back after a number of years. Can you start off by talking about the significance of this appointment and who alex and who. Alex padilla is someone you've known for many many years. Well obviously the significant is very historic and symbolic that latinos. Now have this position. There's been tremendous amount of latino political mobilization. And you've seen latino mayors like antonio viragos lieutenant governor secretary of state mike. But the you've seen latinos be the head of the legislature speaker or as president pro. Tem of the senate. Republican the only positions that latinos having gained in modern times as the us senate which they've never held in california and governor. There wasn't latino governor back in the eighteen seventies but this is really a reflection of the historic importance of latinos also politically. You know we think about forty percent of the population and they're also a significant number of the electric. It is because a lot tino political mobilization that california is deeply blue without that innovation california would be purple and maybe even read and we're changed the whole dynamics of national politics. I remind people that for many presidential elections. Republicans won california. It wasn't until nine hundred ninety. Two democrats started winning and berry winning because of we all know the. Ross perot factor there. But after that really dependent on the latino vote and latino vote is the backbone of california being democratic which becomes the backbone of the democrats having a chance in the electoral college is so historic to historic significance but also political significance
Stay-at-home order starts Monday in California
"Deal of California will be under stay at home restrictions starting Monday, the California Department of Public Health said Southern California and San Joaquin region both dipping below Governor Newsom's new 15% ICU capacity threshold, the trigger for the order that impacts more than 20 million people. Meanwhile, five counties in the Bay Area deciding earlier to tell their six million residents to stay home. Joining them will be some counties north of Sacramento. Dr. Eric McDonald is a public health officer for San Diego County. We need to keep in mind every action we take throughout the day with what we're doing. We need to minimize our social interactions with individuals outside our household. California lawmaker introducing a bill to require direct deposit of debit cards to receive Unemployment benefits. That's the
"governor newsom" Discussed on Consumer Watchdog Podcast
"Benzene uranium. strong indicators for benzene poisoning and he really put his job on the line he was fired. From his position as the Puerto Rico Puerto Ranch quality care medical director at the time. So there has been a lot done to cover up this health crisis, and that really is the issue here is that people still are getting sick people died during this disaster and it continues to pose a serious danger to the community as it's being used almost. More. Frequently. Now than it was before and so yeah this is the main reason why we wanna see this place gets shut down because it's just such A. it's it makes the community sick every day. So that's a good shift to a what what you've been up to this week. This week has been a leak week of actions you're on so calgor- gases doorstep you're on the doorstep of the governor at, tell me about what's been going on this week. Yes, this week we're trying to kind of break out of our Tova Nineteen Lockdown Cocoon, and we've been kind of shelter in place like everyone else has, but we really wanted to take a five year anniversary of the moment to. Make a political moments that governor some. And he has personally committed to both Jane Fowler and do Dri Bologna to moms from the community that he would shut down at least a Hewitt's fully committed to doing this. And that he wanted to do it an expedited timeline, and instead what we've seen since he was elected is the use of this facility increased by three thousand percent compared to Governor Brown's last two years in office as he was leaving at least. So Canyon was pretty much shut in us at all but since NEWSOM has taken over we've seen regulations weekend the Public Utilities Commission is really giving. So gas the keys to justify and ramp-up of this. Because it really benefits. So gases bottom line not really play a need for energy reliability, which we showed for the first two years that it was essentially shut in, and so we were sick of this. We're sick of being ignored and lied to, and we're sick of governor some crecy as a climate leader. He cannot be climate leader and allow this climate catastrophe to go unchecked and so you know he's taken thirty, two thousand dollars from. Energy, which is the parent.
"governor newsom" Discussed on Consumer Watchdog Podcast
"In old oilfields, and so this field in particular had been in use at the turn of the twentieth century and was the Getty Oilfield and those same. That were you know between fifty and seventy years old were re purposed for gas storage and when so cal took over that field in the seventies. They essentially use those wells and over time they deteriorated significantly. So cal never did any maintenance inspections to ensure the safety and integrity of those old wells and so in twenty.
Governor Newsom Tours Glass Fire Areas, Meets With Impacted Residents
"Governor Gavin Newsom. Survey Damage from the so called Glass fired today in a year of record setting and deadly environmental disasters. Another Disaster scene here in our state. It's been a remarkable year close, just shy of four million acres now burn, Newsome told reporters in Santa Rosa that currently have 17,000 active firefighters working to put out places across the state. The glass fire has scorched over 48,000 acres in Napa and Sonoma County's
The Filmmakers Dilemma Dark Skin Tones
"April of little some interesting or different today for the this week in photo discussion among with my friend. Chris Fenwick If you have anything to do with final cut pro, you know this guy he he's one of those people that knows final cut pro and editing in general from the inside out backwards and forwards and all that and he's We'll get into that but Chris reached out to me a couple of the about a week or so ago and pose a really interesting question us. He said, you know what? How do you? How do you color ballots for darker skin tones? He was having problems with that and this was this was on the heels of the whole Simone biles controversy with Anti Liebowitz and. All that back and forth of they should hired a black photographer to shoot her or should the photographer shot heard? No or Annie's people? Should they have known how to process and color correct for blacks hint so anyway. So we decided to jump on and have this conversation just talk like you know two people that like this stuff and see if there's a solution or maybe there is no. Solution but Chris, which is these elite editor Ed slice editorial and I'll put the links to all of his stuff in the show notes and the the description for this episode on Youtube but follow him over there. But check out this discussion is pretty. It's pretty interesting. We'll be pretty interesting from the standpoint of just what's wet in the in the real world of color correcting for other humans. We go. Here we go starting to. All right. Chris. Renwick. Welcome to this week in photo man how you doing. Mr Johnson I'm doing well. Yes it's good. The I'm doing really good. You know what we were talking before we started recording. and. I got I. got a page just from chatting just. Before recording. Yeah Yeah where you do your hands. Okay. But always you know you're you're a wealth of information. You're humble about it. Obviously, which is why you get invited to speak at conferences and all this other stuff, and you'd probably have more work than you can deal with. But let's I want to segue into that stuff that that I talked about in the teas color balancing for darker skin tones, Black People Brown people, etc. But before we do that, tell us a little bit about Chris Renwick in slice editorial. In the world and how are you helping keep spinning? I don't think I help keep spinning all. Right. Now. That's that's that's frightening I I'm an editor and I tell people this all the time and they say Fascinating. What are you edit? I added a bunch of stuff you'd never want to watch. It's it's not that it's not that exciting. In the corporate communications corporate branding space. There is tons of work to do most people realize that whether it's photography or video or editorial like I do But frankly most of the stuff I work on, you'd Never WanNa Watch. It's not that exciting. It's a matter of fact I think the people that I make it for you know they're struggling to get their employees to had chip you know but but but the bottom line is it's a living and I've always said that to satisfy your own creative you know thing that you have to do. You're better off. I mean it's good that I don't rely on my job to do that and I'll. I'll tell you. That if you. If you try to be, you know to exude your best you know a Steven Spielberg George. Lucas. When you're doing my job, you're going to be a pain. Because you're GonNa have all these great ideas. I'm not saying the not good ideas, but they're not right for the project that you're working. And so You're better off. You're always better off serving the project and. Most of the stuff that I do, it's ahead he's talking and might be a graphic over shoulder that. Explains what he's talking about but I don't need seven different angles in tight close ups intention like no I don't need that and so if you WanNa do that you should totally do that. But doing on something you're producing and not that you're trying to get paid for. And It's it's just kind of a pet peeve of mine. You know you just keep keep your creative thing to to wear. It's a being asked for and I turned stuff out. That's what we do. It's not not really exciting but like I said, raise the Bill Corp video pays the bills you know keeps keeps keeps the Earth Spin and keeps spinning right there. That's absolutely absolutely and I'll tell you three a four days after Governor Newsom shut down the state of California were based. we were in production. and. We were in production because. On I kind of reminded everybody that we work with especially in the office that our core competency. is to. Help people disseminate information. That's what we do. We help people communicate, and even during a pandemic people have to communicate, and so we came up with some workflow ways to do that and I've talked about that on other shows maybe to talk about it here but it's not what we really came to talk about. But but we were I was working on Tuesday. I delivered my first client video before the week was up
Visiting California Fires, President Trump Denies Climate Change
"The wildfires in the West have burned down entire towns and up ended the lives of millions of people many of last homes. So many more just can't even go outside because the air is thick with ash and smoke. The fires have also forced president trump to confront the realities of climate change, which he has so far refused to do. He was in California yesterday getting a briefing from state officials and Cake Ud's Katie or was there she joins us now from Sacramento Katie Good Morning, you're out this event with the president. The press was there and asking questions and you actually asked him straight up about climate change, right? I did I asked the president what role he thinks climate change plays in these fires and he insisted as he has for years that it's all about forest management that years of letting the forest become overgrown and not well-tended have turned them into tinder boxes. The president's argument was met with resistance from officials here on the ground including California Governor Gavin. NEWSOM, who urged the president to reconsider his stance in? Light of what the state has experienced in recent years hottest August ever history of the state, the ferocity, these fires, the drought five plus years losing one, hundred, sixty, three, million trees to that drought. Something's happened to the plumbing of the world. So there's governor newsom wearing a mask. We should say president trump not wearing a mask there in this kind of intense conversation. How did the President respond to that? he didn't seem to appreciate it in one exchange California's Natural Resources Secretary Wade Crow Foot repeated the central role of climate change in these fires and trump pretty much dismissed him. As we can hear, it'll start getting cooler. You just watch I wish science. Science knows actually. And it's interesting. We're less than two months from the presidential election but the president's comments were not really intended for voters in California and that's for two reasons. First everyone assumes California will vote Democratic in November and here in the state pretty much across the political spectrum climate change and the science behind it are not in dispute by politicians or by voters the. President's message that California is itself to blame for the massive wildfires seems directed at his supporters in other states, and by the way we should mention it's worth noting that governor newsom pointed out the federal government owns close to sixty percent of the forest land in. California. While the State owns just three percent the implication being that it's actually under president trump's purview. So. Can you just give us the latest on the fires this morning? Where do they stand? There are twenty eight major fires burning throughout the state right now with more than sixteen thousand firefighters working to contain them, and we have people who've gone through these fires and are waking up to a landscape marked by worry my colleague in Fresno Alex Hall spoke with Lee Zeldon, Suwa and her husband David they feared their house had burned down. What can you say it's scary. Especially, the first couple of days the fire was moving. So quickly that you know we had no idea if the house would survive. So I think that's how everyone feels and I know there are several houses. On the next street on Auburn road that were completely destroyed. So. Many people dealing with so much loss Katie or of. We appreciate it. Thanks you're welcome.
Los Angeles - Governor Newsom Declares a State of Emergency in California
"Relief, Some Northern California wildfires are emerging as thousands of residents are urged to evacuate the number that is most impact for this at the moment. 23 major fires and what we describe as complexes of fires. Governor Gavin Newsom declared a state of emergency yesterday. Lightning strikes, sparking new fires in Bay Area counties, Dozens of homes destroyed hot, dry conditions also fueling wildfires in
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
Gov. Newsom Pleads With Californians as Cases Rise: ‘Protect Others by Wearing a Face Covering'
"What California's governors trying to shock us into doing more to protect ourselves against the corona virus the governor today making a strong push today in a live news coverage you heard here on to cope with this last hour to wear face coverings and practice physical distancing it was a done scheduled briefing on the state's response to cope it nineteen called at the last minute this morning we're governor Newsom did express concerns over continuing to rise in the number of coronavirus cases in California but just a few days ago on Monday I released our new case numbers four thousand two hundred and thirty new cases of people that were identified as positive for Kobe nineteen on Monday you'll see from this chart just in the last few days those numbers have increased some sixty nine percent new service saying the number of hospitalizations and icy use at a recent days in the state are up as well which the governor says are signs a lot of people are not following the state health and safety guidelines as more and more businesses that opened up in recent
Los Angeles - Newsom Announces Statewide Face Mask Mandate
"Became aware that there were public health officials who had a meeting with that governor Newsom recently and they they said said that that a a state state wide wide mass mass border border was was under under consideration consideration by by the the governor's governor's office office that that they they were were told told that that unequivocally unequivocally there there were were a a lot lot of of people people of of the the complained complained that that every every county county considers considers wearing wearing masks masks differently differently and and you you know know what what let let me me just just kind kind of of go go through through this this because because it's it's all all going going to to change change now now since the governor has indeed issued that order it's no longer something he's contemplating he has done it he has issued a statewide order that people have to wear a mask that I need to get a copy of what the order is and we'll see if we can that come up with that pretty quickly so that we can find out exactly what that means and where and when people are required to wear mascot where masks in the state of California but the way that it has been here in the bay area almost all counties have required masks San Francisco county Marin county Alameda San Mateo Contra Costa and sin noma all require masks San Francisco's order requires people to wear masks when writing transit working at essential businesses grocery shopping and other activities where they will be near other people in Santa Clara county they only recommended that people wear masks Los Angeles and San Diego counties which are the state's largest I didn't realize San Diego is the second largest county in the state they both require people to wear masks in public riverside and San Bernardino counties created mask requirements but then they walked away from them in Orange County they were mandating masks but then the public health officer down there doctor Nicole quick received threats for issuing that order she quit as a result of the threats that were coming in and then Orange County downgraded its mask requirement to a recommendation lord have mercy the way people respond to this and and Newsom on Monday he recalled the second wave of the Spanish flu which was more deadly than the first he said it is incumbent upon us as individuals to be smart to wear a face covering to physically distance to continue to wash your hands and continue to do things that are necessary to avoid that second wave he said it's one thing to be outside it's another to be inside for an extended period of time without the ability to move around and move away from people this I suppose is a one of the things that guided him there was a state senator from a Renda his name Steve Glazer he's been pushing for a statewide mask order he's a guy who said that it's an issue that should not be dependent on county choice Stanislaus county was considering a mask order now they're not going to have to do that because the state is going to do it instead Sacramento county officials were also considering their recommendation to become a requirement
"governor newsom" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK
"After governor Newsom announced the changes to California's reopening plan the county revised its health order to allow those businesses to open Newsome says they're working on guidelines that will allow nail salons to reopen traffic and weather together here's Brian nobles things are moving pretty well on the freeways around Sacramento this report is right if I choose mad dot org proven treatment for opioid addiction where we have some significant slowing is north on ninety nine coming out of Lodi gotten Caltrans roadwork going on from eastern road to about I can't pull road things slowed to a crawl in that spot they're scheduled to be out there till four this afternoon medication assisted treatment or mat is a proven treatment for fentanyl heroin opioid pain killer and prescription pill addiction during the corona virus pandemic mat treatment still available choose change California and find a proven treatment option that's right for you to choose Matt dot org traffic on the tens every ten minutes mornings and afternoons Ryan nobles news ninety three point one KFBK sunny and hot that excessive heat warning stays in effect until seven PM tomorrow high around one OO for today one or two tomorrow in Sacramento overnight lows in the mid sixties calling back to the low nineties Friday eighties Saturday in a chance of showers eighty six now John brown eyes the news ninety three point one KFBK Sacramento is number one for breaking news traffic and weather was ninety three point one F. B. K. your local one hour heating and air conditioning team is open and ready to serve you heating and AC isn't a luxury but rather is essential to your life give our team a call at eight four four one hour or visit one hour heat dot com this crisis has changed almost everything but not our results we've put together what's hard to keep each other safe we flatten the curve you're starting to.
"governor newsom" Discussed on KGO 810
"Governor Newsom predicts California's unemployment rate will peak at twenty four percent before it gets better he says declining sales property and business tax revenues are major contributors to the state's fifty four billion dollar budget deficit is a blast the legislature to tap the state's rainy day fund to help balance the budget so we are committing in the documents were putting out here today to use all of the sixteen point two billion dollars in the rainy day reserve but do it over a three year period because no matter what we do this year it won't be enough to address the shortfall next year but Newsham says the three trillion dollar heroes act currently before Congress could erase California's spending most present United States with a stroke of a pen could provide support for speaker Pelosi's new heroes act and these cuts would be eliminated all state workers including the governor and his staff would take a ten percent pay cut under Newsome's revised budget we're learning just how big the digital divide is in Oakland as students try to learn from home but KGO spread Burkhart says that divide is now being closed more than half of Oakland's fifty thousand school students don't have access to computers or the internet and that's why the city in the school district are working together to raise twelve and a half million dollars to close that divide open school district superintendent Kyla Johnson Trammell says it's imperative that there's even one more step beyond that and it's really around all continuing to advocate that the device is the textbook of the future and that access isn't just important for the educational opportunities for our students but for all of our citizens to continue to be active in society Johnson to miles says they've already raised two million dollars for the first phase that includes the upcoming school year but Burkhart KGO eight ten the beach where a twenty six year old server was killed in a great white white shark attack has re opened in Santa Cruz County Ben Kelly was attacked about a hundred yards off the coast of sand dollar beach on Saturday he died from his injuries as a safety precaution authorities closed the beach about a.
"governor newsom" Discussed on KSFO-AM
"Safety services without federal support says governor Newsom states will be forced to make impossible decisions they have been mismanaged these are blue states they've been mismanaged they have been run by a bunch of incompetence they can't print money they're out of it and they're looking at this arrival of the virus as an opportunity it's no wonder they want to crash they figure that's the only way that they're going to ever be able to find any hope of being made whole coming up with money to fund their pension obligations and all that is gigantic federal bailouts and if you send people back to work if governor Newsom opens the state lets people re open businesses well that starts the California economy we can't have that we can have one of the state's economy start up and get percolating because that would create revenue would create something more than idle financial loss they need idle for that they need financial destruction I think these are these blue state governors are doing this largely on purpose they are destroying the economy of their states in the belief or the hope that they're gonna get federal money to bail him out and now he's called for one trillion dollars for California Oregon Washington Nevada and Colorado I don't know if he means a trillion each truck in total five times this week yes I do here is Susan San Antonio Texas it's great to have you hello hello hello fresh I am a retired infectious disease specialist and I just wanted to point out that the same career bureaucrat I've been watching this unfold without T. the same career bureaucrats that have told us over the decades it he is brilliant and you know perfect and all this are the same ones that gave us the information and the on Muller that he was a man of high integrity and character and it just couldn't be there no question I'm I'm watching all this unfold and he he is a public health officials in these bloated bureaucracies for our public health had been completely blind sided and I want to point out that Taiwan and Singapore were not blind sided they saw this coming and I slammed into place the protocols that everyone had developed during the sars epidemic immediately because they don't trust the communist Chinese and knew better than to when I heard that there was you know an epidemic occurring in Wuhan bay news tests shut down their flights and from there and to put into place immediately their protocols bag because we all learn from the experience in Toronto during the sars epidemic and put protocols and a place for exactly this sort of thing it it could be implemented yeah they weren't and I'll tell you what there are a lot of people in these positions that should not be in them because of pre demonstrated incompetence in dealing with things like sars or aids or or what have anyway I appreciate the call Susan and sadly I'm not a busy broadcast moments for this destruction.
"governor newsom" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM
"Federal support says governor Newsom states will be forced to make impossible decisions they have been mismanaged these are blue states they've been mismanaged it may have been run by a bunch of incompetence they can't print money they're out of it and they're looking at this arrival of the virus as an opportunity it's no wonder they want to crash they figure that's the only way that they're going to ever be able to find any hope of being made whole coming up with money to fund their pension obligations and all that is gigantic federal bailouts and if you send people back to work if governor Newsom opens the state lets people re open businesses well that starts the California economy we can't have that we can have one of the state's economy start up and get percolating because that would create revenue would create something more than idle financial loss they need idle for that they need financial destruction I think these are these blue state governors are doing this largely on purpose they are destroying the economy of their states in the belief or the hope that they're going to get federal money to bail him out and now he's called for one trillion dollars for California Oregon Washington Nevada and Colorado I don't know if he means a trillion each trillion total prime time this week yes I do here is Susan San Antonio Texas it's great to have you hello hello hello I am a retired infectious disease specialist and I just wanted to point out that the same career bureaucrat I've been watching this unfold without T. the same career bureaucrats that have told us over the decades it he is brilliant and you know perfect and all this are the same ones that gave us the information and the on Mahler that he was a man of high integrity and character and it just couldn't be there no question I'm I'm watching all this unfold and these public health officials in these bloated bureaucracies for our public health had been completely blind sided and I want to point out that Taiwan and Singapore were not blind sided they saw this coming and I slammed into place the protocols that everyone had developed during the sars epidemic immediately because they don't trust the concierge Chinese and knew better than to when I heard that there was you know an epidemic occurring in Wuhan day nudists shut down there flights and from there and to put into place immediately their protocols bag because we all learn from the experience in Toronto during the sars epidemic and put protocols and a place for exactly this sort of thing that could be implemented you know they weren't and I'll tell you what there are a lot of people in these positions that should not be in them because of pre demonstrated incompetence in dealing with things like sars or aids or one have anyway I appreciate the call Susan sadly I'm not a busy broadcast moments for this destruction guaranteed.
"governor newsom" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK
"Scientists well you've heard governor Newsom speaking about stay at home orders politics will not drive our decision making protests won't drive our decision making political pressure will not drive our decision making the science the data public health will drive our decision making meantime area congressman Tom McClintock takes exception to the stay at home orders and says he's relying on data as well with all of the data that we're now getting in about this disease H. raising an awful lot of questions about these policies first how severe is the virus and does it justify destroying the jobs of tens of millions of Americans we finally have actual serology studies from Stanford USC conduct in St Clair and Los Angeles counties they're estimating the fatality rates between twelve one hundredths of one percent and twenty seven one hundredths of one percent influences about ten one hundred of one percent so that's the first question second question how many poverty related deaths of we set in motion by throwing thirty million Americans and unemployment Columbia University study estimated at four and a half percent of deaths in the United States are poverty related how many millions of Americans we plunged into poverty by shutting down the economy third how many people we actually saving by these unprecedented stay at home orders if you look at the numbers in California it takes roughly twenty five days on average some kind of infection until death in the small percentage of fatalities this disease actually causes Newsome shut down the economy March nineteenth so should we have started to see a significant decline in deaths around April thirteenth twenty five days later we didn't in fact the twelve worst days for C. nineteen deaths in California came over the last S. two weeks those deaths would have been exposed after the shutdown order took effect we now have stories from Tel Aviv University Kentucky state university showing that the mortality curves show little difference between the jurisdictions that shut down their economies and those that didn't and fourth and finally we have to ask how much more money can we spend trying to support the economy money that we have to borrow before our borrowing capacity is exhausted government is not able to support the economy for any period of time it doesn't work that way the government doesn't finance the economy the economy finances the government and we shut the economy down so you are presenting a lot of cases and statistics yet governor Newsom says that he is relying on science to make these decisions I think it is a normal sized as the the actual data as opposed to the wild guesses that they programmed into the initial modeling of the actual data showing us this disease is not nearly as virulent as we were first told of the economic damage is overwhelming and building every day and at some point we have to start asking ourselves you know how many deaths are we setting into motion by plunging people into poverty you know how many suicides and domestic homicides are we willing to accept in this New World of home detention you know how many medical procedures are being delayed or postponed or to create mortalities in the near future these are all questions that are by the way I asked Anthony about you have you taken into account the poverty related deaths and the enormous economic damage these policies are inflicting in his answer was no they don't take into account well they should and that's the opinion of congressman Tom McClintock will have more online at KPK dot com the afternoon news with Kitty o'neil it will post shortly I'm much more to come with a lot of different opinions about set when we should reopen the economy will be sharing with me many of those with you today right now though it's travel.
"governor newsom" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK
"Still be closed governor Newsom expected to close all state beaches today governable again provided updated news will carry it live here on news ninety three point one K. F. B. K. traffic and weather together is Brian nobles things are moving well on our freeways around Sacramento did have a little slowing westbound I. eighty out across the causeway using Caltrans roadwork right nothing's moving through there pretty well he's full speed all the way from Roseville says fifty from Folsom cap cities nine minutes either way between the split now highway fifty traffic on the tens every ten minutes mornings and afternoons news ninety three point one K. F. B. K. at our forecast looking pretty nice we have sunshine on tap today and you out there right now we've got a high about eighty four and eighty two tomorrow right now we have sunshine seventy three degrees in Sacramento data has news ninety three point one K. F. B. K. Sacramento's number one for breaking news traffic and weather news ninety three point one F. B. K. okay you know how it feels when you've saved enough for that long awaited home addition now imagine in addition on that additional that's the feeling with Capital One we're a new savings account earns an interest rate five times the national average that's right five times as represented by five times more singers this is banking reimagined Capital One what's in your wallet terms apply we comparison based on FDIC national right Capital One NA member FDIC access TV has some important news for people who love great interviews a couple of questions Dan rather the most influential reporter of our times is turning his legendary mine to the world of entertainment for series of unforgettable.
"governor newsom" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK
"Say they want governor Newsom to lift the lockdown order by next month and they're not alone restaurant owners elsewhere say they're running out of time ABC's Alex stone from Yuba city about an hour's drive north of Sacramento you'll find the dancing tomato restaurant in Yuba city owner Charlene cancers tried surviving with to go orders only and by selling groceries but she says it's not going well we furloughed are fifty one employees on March nineteenth we held their hand through the process of unemployment now counts another restaurant owners in rural areas of California where there are a few cold at nineteen cases are pleading with governor Gavin Newsom to allow them to re open their dining rooms Alex down ABC news officials in Newport beach I voted to keep their beaches open despite criticism by governor Newsom over weekend crowds that threaten efforts to slow the virus he said the city council voted to reject a motion to close the beaches for the next three weekends eighty thousand people hit the shores in Orange County last weekend and lifeguards say that most of the people appeared to be obeying social distancing rule a Sacramento area gym owner is not letting county health order stop him from re opening K. F. B. K.'s nikah makan his report in the system owner Sean canal claims it's part of his constitutional rights he plans to re open his gym at midnight on Friday when the current Sacramento and yolo county health orders are set to expire however county health officials say new extended orders are expected to push past may first canal could face thousands of dollars in fines and could be forced to shut down you give a guy a snooze ninety three point one KFBK it's a stressful time for independent contractors being shut down by the government unable to work and they also have no access to help them for unemployment insurance keeping his Amanda Carroll reports the pandemic unemployment insurance launched yesterday and a website crashed Kevin Delorey owns click to don and here salon in Rockland he was denied for the paycheck protection plan that he tried to log on yesterday morning to get help for independent contractors he tried to file a claim and says it went nowhere he got an error code and could not finish applying is not the only one Gloria says he watches the governor's press conferences daily it appears he's getting his hair cut where are you getting this time at all shops are closed at some point I must say you know what I'm going to work anyway you know because if it's that or draining my bank account then I'm gonna go with that one I have five kids I'm not just gonna lay here and watch Netflix I need to be back at work Polari explains as a licensed professional he is trained on sanitation feels going to get your hair cut is safer than going to the grocery store right now Amanda Carroll news ninety three point one K. F. B. K. let's get you caught up now in this hour's top national stories on news ninety three point one K. F. B. resident Mike taking criticism this morning for flouting CDC guidelines and refusing to wear a mask during his visit Tuesday to the Mayo Clinic ABC senior White House correspondent Cecilia Vega tells us pence is not the only member of the administration to refuse to mask up tweeted that it had informed the vice president about that policy prior to his visit a tweet we should tell you that was later removed pence told reporters that he is frequently tested but he does not have the virus he says he wanted to be able to look researchers in the eye and say thank you but it's worth noting that his office will not tell us when he was last tested ABC senior White House correspondent Cecilia Vega president trump signed an order that will keep meat packing facilities open as a potential shortage looms at least twenty one plants across the country have closed after thousands of workers got sick from corona virus in New York City hundreds of people ignoring social distancing guidelines during a rabbi's funeral last night mayor calling it unacceptable Dave Packer ABC news one other county says were ready to re open they've sent a letter to the governor saying they want to reopen next week it's news from your neighborhood in three minutes traffic.
"governor newsom" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK
"Program in partnership with the federal emergency management administration during this pandemic governor Newsom said the initiative will provide nutritious meals to seniors across the state of California who are eligible Newsome says that if the initiative is a first of its kind because they are partnering with FEMA and also with the restaurant and hospitality industries well one of the state's longest running and most popular events being put on hold because of the novel coronavirus KP case John Michaels joins us live in studio with details Kitty they'll be no Wiener dog races you know splash dogs mmhm they'll be no concerts at the California state fair because there will be no California state fair this year it's ME canceled because of the extensive challenges posed by the corona virus pandemic cal expo's board voted unanimously today to cancel the annual event in light of social distancing directives issued by the governor and the California department of public health we hope to talk to Rick Pickering who is the general manager and CEO at cal expo in time for our five fifteen report to her a little bit more about that but we have touched base with Sacramento county's public health services director Dr Peter Beale Anson who says the decision makes good sense state there was gonna be in about ten weeks it's extremely unlikely that we would it would have opened up a large gatherings of tens of thousands of people by that time regardless of what kind of opening may have been occurring in the next few weeks it clearly is not going to allow for seventy thousand people together in other coronavirus news Dr deland sin is calling on California lawmakers to be tested for the novel coronavirus before they resume their legislative session may fourth the first priority is to have each of the legislators tested by their position in their home districts if that doesn't work they can be tested by UC Davis at UC Davis or UC Davis will probably come by their offices later in the next week to test them in light of published comments by San Diego assemblywoman Lorena Gonzalez saying she's concerned about lawmakers asking for a favor from their doctors when others have been rejected for testing doctor bill Winston reiterates his call for testing legislators it is important as groups gather in Sacramento and in the capital it protects not only themselves with the tech support acts the public that they know that everyone that's been tested and tested negative and that come into the session and secondly we are now testing not just symptomatic patients but asymptomatic patients well it's not a mandate at this point it's important to note that because the lawmakers will be gathering in Sacramento Sacramento county has jurisdiction on this matter the county does not however have a say in how patients would be prioritized if hospitals were to become overwhelmed by corona virus patients that rests with the state's public health department well we weren't able to get one of their officials to talk with us the LA times is reporting that a thirty eight page document which by the way no longer exists on the web offered guidelines that recommend hospitals give patients a priority score to determine who will get intensive care with a focus on saving the most lives and the most lives years the scoring system would assess potential organ failure Raskin life living in chronic diseases for example the document is also said the state that people whose work is vital to the public health response should be given how heightened priority in Kitty it suggests that younger people be treated first okay that is Cape case Joe Michaels their hands thank you Joe will be back and see if we can hear more from the state fair in the five o'clock hour yeah sad news mostly for I know I know so much of that and moving on unfortunately all right let's get some traffic.
"governor newsom" Discussed on KQED Radio
"Governor Newsom he had a lengthy press briefing yesterday afternoon from the office of emergency services in Sacramento well let's hear a little bit of what he had to say we are looking at this from a very holistic perspective holistic lands we recognize that social isolation for millions of Californians is anxiety inducing but we recognize what all of the science bears out what we recognize around the rest of the world that we need to meet this moment had on lots of recommendations and advice in orders from the governor yesterday and resell autos as as you listen to the governor yesterday you and I were texting each other I think during part of that you know what jumps out at you as you listen to him both in terms of how he's handling this crisis and the way he's what he's thinking about it as a former mayor for example yeah I mean as someone who's watched Newsome for like fifteen years I really do think that you can see how it just has a personality that tends to shine in moments of crisis I think you know some of the critics of his administration before this has been that they try to do too much and I think he has done a very good job of pairing down and focusing on this I think what we're hearing from him is a pretty aggressive approach to what he's asking people to do but not yet ordering so when we talk about the bars when we talk about the social distancing most of this has been recommendations not requirements you know some local areas like Los Angeles the entire county I'm taking a slightly different approach but I I do think that Newsom is trying to work with the private sector as much as possible to sort of encourage these types of reactions and I think that he has been trying to be very communicative and I and I and I think it's you know worth noting that it's a really stark difference from what we have seen out of Washington DC Julie McEvoy obviously this is a big change of routine for families and kids and so many other people what are you hearing from parents from school superintendents and other school officials that you've been talking with sh yes got you know this is a time of a lot of confusion quite frankly there are districts who are waiting until Tuesday to hear more from the governor about what is the effective them because some of them have moved aggressively toward being able to transition to online learning such as west Contra Costa county for example they bat detailed lesson plans that by grade level on their website they've got resources for students and teachers and parents on their website and you know last Friday they were talking about teachers were gonna do a fifteen minute lesson plan they were going to give assignments and then they're gonna collect those assignment at the end of the day and then if that's how they would take attendance rate and then late Friday they changed their minds and over the weekend the ACLU put out a statement that said you know if you're going to be doing that online you better make sure it's equitable wealth in west Contra Costa county they they can't teach have Chromebooks and there are wifi hot spots that are free for families and so again they felt really prepared for this but the truth is there are kids at home who might have a Chromebook who might have a wifi hot spot but there's not an opportunity to learn in their household so young girl that I know said I don't wanna be doing class from home especially not some sort of live Google hang out you know lesson and I said well why not she said well it's too noisy in my house and you know she's got sports doubling she got her parents everybody's at home in a one bedroom apartment there's another kid that are education reporter gonna throwing Tanya spoke with who was a high school student who has had like I don't know how many concentrate on learning when I got to be home with my younger siblings and I'm gonna have to be babysitting them and I think this is a conundrum around equity right now and I think that the governor was really torn and his decision about you know moving aggressively to get schools to close I think you could hear it in his press conference and I think he's trying to weigh out the truth the reality of look if we close all the schools you going to help frontline health care workers who need to stay home and possibly watch the children right exactly that's right yeah we the workers on on on the front lines and also low income families are gonna have a hard time doing work paying their rent and then also watching their kids you know that's sort of what's at stake here for some people yeah I enjoy a course you mentioned that you lack of universal access to online learning and that's a good time for me.
"governor newsom" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK
"Latest victim is a woman from southern California and governor Newsom is now calling for a ban on events that are larger than two hundred and fifty people Sacramento school employee has tested positive for corona virus Sacramento city unified school district officials said the employee worked at Centerville elementary school as a temporary volunteer and substitute teacher last month the school district says the Centerville campus underwent a deep cleaning last night and the school remains open also this morning UC Davis officials taking steps to minimise face to face contact on campus we are canceling log gathering over certain Chinese discouraging gatherings in general at least to the end of March urging professor to move their coffees online for the rest of this quarter which is just this week and the in person finals next week are canceled and the little girl tentative that's UC Davis spokesperson Andy fell Sacramento state university canceling all in person events through the end of the academic year may twentieth there are stepped up efforts to protect students faculty and staff on college campuses across California Sacramento state's Anita fitzhugh says the capital city university is among those now taking action on mental state had made the difficult decision that all in person event must be canceled postponed or moved to your virtual format and that'll last you through the academic year may twentieth Zacks day classes have not been canceled that faculty members are being encouraged to teach their courses virtually rather than face to face settings UC Davis's implementing similar directives the elk Grove unified school district's spring break will go on as planned district officials initially announced that the canceled week would replace the week off of spring break in April however officials say the district will be requesting a waiver from the state for the canceled week elk Grove unified announced Saturday it was canceling classes this entire week after family members of students tested positive for corona by something happening at schools is called social distancing itself trending new term these days it is the new norm also when we walk into a room or a public place and K. because Amanda Carroll explains what it is and how schools are using it to curb the spread of the virus social distancing means keeping each other at arm's length this fifth grader at Rocklin unified elementary school says they're being told to stay five feet apart from each other at school at the lunch table or five feet apart in the lines and everything we just had to put our arms out I did a sound weird but it felt more like jail because you'd like to you far from somebody Michael merits in Roseville seventy eight years old he was out shopping in Walmart yesterday get a good idea of how to practice this new thing called social distancing I would probably not shake hands maybe a Pat on the back no skin contact the big question is will this even be effective the CDC says the virus is thought to spread through respiratory droplets produced when an infected person coughs or sneezes these droplets can land in the mouths or noses of people who are nearby or possibly even just be inhaled into the lungs Amanda Carroll news ninety three point one K. F. B. K. the stock market off to a very rough starting this Thursday morning here the top national stories on news ninety three point one K. it became this morning and then the markets almost immediately froze as the S. and P. hit a seven percent drop which triggered the circuit breaker Caleb silver is with Investopedia markets are going to fall today part of it would be a lot of selling pressure as the economic impact of the coronavirus start to be a little bit more broad and and a little bit more understood when we look at the travel ban with Europe I mean look at potential importance and the closing of restaurants and and other public areas the president announced the European travel band last night but that did not calm investors in fact it seemed to worry them even more ABC's gio Benitez has more from Reagan national airport in Washington DC this morning the state department is urging Americans to reconsider any travel abroad even areas without the corona virus outbreaks because return travel may just be restricted without notice now how will this affect airlines we already know that airlines are taking a massive financial right now the Dow is down seventeen hundred points Jerry Preston ABC news just ahead on the KPK morning news two hundred twenty three million dollars it's an investment in some nearby ski resorts and its news from your neighborhood in three minutes some political posturing follow the facts we're not here to make up your mind we're here to give you the latest day after day after day campaign twenty twenty continuing coverage to get.
"governor newsom" Discussed on The Lead
"Sports broke yesterday. It's official California governor. Gavin newsom signed. Sp Two oh six talk about a game changer for student athletes now this new law would allow them to cash in on endorsements smits the NC double A. Though not too happy with this they say this blurs the line between college and professional athletes and will add confusion to the Games the new law bars colleges in California from punishing athletes for making money off their names and likenesses as things stand now athletes could lose their scholarships or get kicked off the team for something seemingly trivial like taking money for an autograph and this is all connected to something the MTA has been holding onto for a really long time the idea of amateurism awesome that college athletes shouldn't be paid for playing a sport or anything related to it the part of the game. That's so great about about colleges. It's it's still pure you know in some people argue that but it's still pure and they argue that if you get rid of amateurism you threaten equality in college sports. This new law in California is a serious serious shot across the bow and it's one of the most significant attacks on the NC AA that we've seen to date today we speak with California Governor Gavin newsom about why he signed this bill the impact he thinks we'll have and what will happen next from wondering athletic. I'm could be the Davidson and I'm UNDERSCO. It's Tuesday October first and this is the league felt like something was happening. There is something of the emotion and ask.
"governor newsom" Discussed on HR in Hospitality
"What is California Governor Newsom thinking now. Here's the deal folks when I originally put this podcast podcast together in this program. I didn't realize the governor would actually start signing bills into legislation the week that I was recording it so as as of the time of this recording on Saturday September twenty first some of these bills may have already been signed into law so keep that in mind and stay posted as we go throughout the next coming weeks and what the governor's going to deal with that in California the legislature introduced two thousand five hundred and seventy six legislative employment bills and this last year in two thousand nineteen so currently those bills several of those bills are sitting on the governor's desk waiting for signature and has reveal and he has until October thirteenth so just a little under four weeks here to either sign or veto those bills so as we go throughout the coming weeks ran and keep our eyes on that now sweeping legislation folks has gone approve this past week and that's known as a b five assembly bill five known as Dynamex we call this the ABC test in human resources and has to relate to contractor status and the appropriate classifications in which we classify employees you know whether we classify them as a salary hourly or contractor contractor this bill which has been signed into law effective. January first of two thousand twenty is going to impact several industries particularly the GIG economy. The GIG economy your ubers and lifts of the world so here's what five tells us. Ab Five basically Lee says that you have to pass a three prong test where a worker is either going to be considered an employee so a W. Two employee early or a contractor a ten ninety nine contractor so the ABC tests you have to pass all three tests so for example test a the worker is free from the control and direction of the hirer in connection with the performance of the work both under the contract for the performance of such work so they have to be completely free from control and direction in other words. The employer cannot control them at any time time or direct them example. You cannot tell them that they have to go on a meal break or they have to report to the company at a certain time. They have to use your equipment. There are lots of areas there which most if not majority of contractors would fail so that's the first one the first test the second test is be the worker performs work that is outside the usual course course of the hiring entities business so whatever the contractor is providing you it is outside the usual course of. Your Business and I think this is where the GIG economy is going to struggle to prove this part of the test such as Uber and Lyft. That's going to be a challenge and then see the worker is is customarily engaged in an independently established trade occupation or business of the same nature as the work performed for the hiring entity not so it's critical here that to pass this test and this is where again. I believe a majority of contractors are going to fail that this worker it is in their own trade so for example you can take myself as a human resources consultant who would not go and work for a hotel full time as their HR director and have to report their forty hours a week between the hours of eight and five and customarily engaged in the hotel business as an HR professional that would not work. I would have to be a w two or an employee so with that. There are exemptions to this fall under the Baruelo test. There's not enough time to describe or discuss what the Barilla's tests is is in this podcast but in some basically says that you know that the employees essentially or the contractor must work directly directly for the business and not for the customer so that is the big test there that if you WanNa hire me as a contractor I must work work directly with you the business not on behalf of the customer so again this is where Uber works on behalf of the customer and that is is where they might run into issues personally. I do not envy the in house counsel for Uber or left who is going going to obviously challenge. Ab Five in the coming months so there are several other exemptions that fall into the brill tests but again keep that in mind as as as we follow this legislation. How does this impact you the the hotel your the restaurant tour or hospitality industry. I don't predict it's going to impact you that much unless you contract out specific tasks such as maybe your marketing department or maybe you have someone who is managing your website. How do you pay them. Are you paying them. As a contractor is a ten ninety nine and are you able to pass the three pronged. ABC ABC test that is one area same with sales sales managers some smaller properties may contract out that service so again are they working directly with your customer because if they are you've already failed to ABC test and you must pay them as an employee so we'll keep that open here is January rolls around and this gets put into effect with the legislature here in California will keep our eyes and of course as we often see in California the state usually sets precedence for the rest of the country so don't be surprised if the federal government and Congress start looking at a b five as a foundation to future legislation all right so enough of the ABC test. Let's look at Ab one seventy. This has not as of today been signed by the governor. Ab One seventy says that this will make the employer automatically jointly liable all for the acts of a contract supervisor regarding harassment whether sexual harassment or other types of harassment such as bullying another words. This is joint liability. The employer and the offender could be jointly liable in that lawsuit showed lawsuit be triggered again this applies to all harassment not just sexual harassment and it doesn't matter if you the employer have direction control control or knowledge of the harassment you will still be liable or potentially jointly liable the idea here. Is that your contractors because you're contractors. Should they including vendors you know maybe it's your Pepsi Pepsi Vendor or a food wholesaler. WHO's coming in to deliver food to your restaurant if this individual harasses anyone whether it's one of your guests or employees they end you will be liable so keep your eyes on that most importantly make sure you're doing your the harassment training which we'll talk about here in embedded in a minute another bill that is hot on the governor's desk is s b one four two and Dan this has to deal with lactation in the workplace and this is based on the San Francisco Ordinance on that is directly adopted from the city of San San Francisco and has now been adopted statewide which is no surprise after all the California governor is the former mayor of San Francisco so with that the SBA one forty-two lactation in the workplace expands the law quite greatly compared to the current law that we have in place for lactation so what this tells us as that lactation lactation room must have several things first the lactation room has to be clean and free of toxic materials and chemicals calls to it must contain a surface to place a breast pump three there must be a place to sit and four. They must have access to electricity within this lactation room. All four of those must now be present. Should this be signed by the governor to there must be a a sink with running water and a refrigerator must be in close proximity with an that lactation room third heard a denial of lactation breaks is subject to Labor Code Two to six point seven which a lot of us know that has to deal with meal meal and rest period so if you do not if you deny if you deny lactation breaks to your employees this falls into the meal and rest penalty which is of course a one hour of straight time wages for denial additionally the employer must develop an implement a lactation accommodation policy so this is where I'm encouraging you the hospitality professional and your Human Resources and council and soul to develop a policy ahead of schedule before January to ensure that you have a lactation policy that outlines all of this and and it doesn't it does not matter the size of employer this applies to every employer threw out the state's regardless of size so that I bill SB one forty two very likely to become signed by the governor I predict this only because it's the right thing to do but also our governor being from San Francisco and have adopted this legislation straight out of San Francisco makes perfect sense in why he might sign it okay so here are a few other bills that I'd like to talk about that. The governor may or may not sign meaning based off of the legislature and what they did may you or may not happen but likely of course California being as liberal as the state is and very employee. Not Friendly are likely to possibly get signed. The first one is a b nine this extends the statue of Limitations for filing claims with the h the.
"governor newsom" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio
"And that is the word from the office of governor Newsom it has currently cloudy and fifty nine at Lindbergh field and the Padres beat the Diamondbacks. Seven to six AM seven sixty talk and breaking news now, it's Armstrong and Getty. Boy. Oh boy. Oh boy. Do you want to try me five times? Shame on me. Late night joke. All wall. Not even on a Friday with the topic. Being the asandra arrest doesn't seem like there's an opportunity for humor there. T right here. I'm Charlie Brown. Kick the ball, Charlie Brown. And I'm thinking, I'm hoping that it's not, you know, turns into Trump bashing somehow. It's just a good old joke. And I promise I will hold onto this football until you successfully. Exactly. All right. Listen. I will I will risk this. Even though we have great stuff we need to get to all right? But if it is bad and depressing demand a one month moratorium, reparations and reparations. That's right. I will grade each one of these attempts at humor. The low grade gator will be banned from comedy for life. Sean hit the big story is that this morning the founder of WikiLeaks. Julian Assange was arrested in London. He's being brought to the US on charges of leaking secrets is facing a pretty rough punishment. They're gonna make them Trump's new secretary of homeland security. Assange is being charged by the US for trying to hack into a defense department, computer back in two thousand ten and in two thousand ten it was really difficult to hack the government system because the posh would was poss- would one. You expect impossible, but the one through everyone off expanded Julian Assange was also arrested in London where he was dragged out of the Ecuadorian embassy looking like Santa Claus with a manifesto. I have it on. Seth made me laugh. All right here. You're you're great Shaun's laugh was at my disappointment.
"governor newsom" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK
"Governor Newsom has budgeted close to two billion dollars for expanded loans and quicker processing to open up the housing market, by the way, most California voters approve of the state's direction, but not that of the nation the public policy institute's annual poll of likely voters says fifty one percent think California's headed in the right direction. However, two thirds think the nation as a whole is on the wrong track. More than seventy percent approve of governor Gavin Newsom budget plan while only eighteen percent thing. President Trump will be able to work with congress only twenty eight percent consider illegal immigration a crisis and sixty two percent of pose. Trump's proposed border wall. Randy fuller, NBC, News Radio and singer, Dolly Parton showing no signs of slowing down. Seventy-three-year-old multi hyphen. It was interviewed at the Grammy museum Monday night. She confirmed that a sequel to nine to five is in the works. She also has a new Netflix show. Traffic and weather together now, and we started off with KFC case Brian noble, we'd southbound highway ninety nine at Centerville road had an accident. That was blocking the left lane. Teach me now says all of the lanes are open. This report sponsored by compassion. International of the backup is just about gone. There's a little slowing getting around that. Instead of our troubles on our freeways around Sacramento right now right now, there's a child living in extreme poverty with no future. No hope that you can bring hope and you become compassion international. Sponsor just text the word child two eight three three nine three and sponsor a child right now. I'm Brian Noble's. Newsradio KFB K. We'll see.
"governor newsom" Discussed on KGO 810
"Let me grab this hero. I had the latest. Part Thomas partner strategies, excuse me. Yeah. Thomas partner strategies hoops. Nope. That was Dana Rohrabacher and. It's. What we're finding is the here we go. I've got the number independence are just not going to John Cox is the issue. Yeah. Gavin Newsom, we go Lieutenant governor Houston this. According to Thomas partners strategies, their last survey right before the election. It came out on Halloween. Lieutenant governor Newsom is winning independence by nearly a two to one margin sixty percent to thirty six point nine percent and female voters break overwhelmingly toward Lieutenant governor Newsom fifty nine point eight percent to Mr Cox's thirty five point seven percent. So this is this is that's so the majority of people in California, you're saying no we like the direction that California's going now, we'll find out tomorrow. Maybe not even tomorrow. It might be a week might be a couple of weeks. I have a feeling in the case of governor. We're gonna find out the end of tomorrow night. We're going to know who won. It'll be a big enough margin of victory for Gavin Newsom mean all the all the polls are showing that. Four one five eight hundred eighty eight ten Susannah in Santa Rosa, Susanna, you're on ten with Ethan Bearman. Good morning. I just wanted to say that then regard to the last question about Gavin Newsom. You know, when that came out came out a long time ago, and he then that it was a grave error on his side. And he shot therapy for it. Which is never backed down from and the woman who was the other part or the party involved said it wasn't just him. She was an aggressor. And it was there folks together. I don't know whatever happened to them to she and her at her husband. I think they're still married. But you know, he clearly went public and said, look I screwed up. Sorry. I'm getting help for it. You know, he didn't say look, I was young. I made a mistake. He was going through divorce with that horrible, Kimberly Kilfoyle woman. And you know, it just happened. He made a he made mistakes he atone for his sins publicly several I appreciate you calling in. And I just got I just got the actual quote from her as well. And I think that you brought up a really input. Thanks for calling in. Susannah. I appreciate that. It's important. I don't necessarily know all of the details off the top of my head. But in the case of. The woman with whom then mayor Newsom had an affair with ruby rookie Gibney. I'm sure I'm mispronouncing some aspect of her name. I want to quote her because she wrote this it appears to be back in February. I fully support the metoo movement in this, particular instance. However, I am doubtful. That it applies. Yes. I was supporting it. But it was also a freethinking Thirty-three-year-old adult married woman and mother, I also happened to have an unfortunate inclination towards drinking to excess and self destruction. So in other words to your point Suzanne, and thanks for calling in is it was consensual and the other person the other party admits her own. Part in this affair, and it's just.