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Proposition 18: Youth Voting
"Politics reporter Guy Marzorati has been covering profit teen for K. Q. E. D. Hey? Guy. Hey. So walk us through what we're voting on here. So the very basics is that proposition eighteen would allow seventeen year olds to vote in primary and special elections if they turn eighteen by the general election. So to clarify, this would not have helped to, for example, me who was seventeen during the two, thousand, four, general election and was. Pretty disgruntled that I wasn't able to vote right right and I was in the same boat seventeen in the two thousand, eight election. This does not change that if you're seventeen when the general election is happening, you still won't be able to vote. This is really aimed at the voters who turned eighteen in the window between the primary and the general election. It would let them kind of get a headstart and voting and let them. Vote in the primary. Now, some people may think you know it's only the primary it's not a huge deal. You still get to vote in the general. Why does it even matter that you know young people would be voting in primaries? Well, proponents really make two arguments and the first is question of fairness. They say it's only fair that voters in the general election also gets a have a voice in the primary Elliott Talkie. Of San Francisco was a freshman in college. But for the past few years, she's been advocating for this change for exactly that reason I was cheated out on this election cycle and thousands of others were cheated out to not be able to vote in the twenty twenty primary such. An exciting primary I should add was really disappointing and I'm not the only one thing about all the people who are born between March and November and In the second argument is really around habit building. So supporters say that voting is a habit, the more you do it the more you're likely to do it in the future and that if you let seventeen year olds vote in the primary when they're still in high school, they're getting civics education that education could be enriched by actually participating in the electoral process it's building a habit for the future and make these young Californians. Habitual voters. Okay and there are definitely some people who are not excited about the prospect of seventeen year olds voting at all Let's hear a little bit about what they argue. Right. So when this was put on the ballot by the state legislature, mostly all Democrats supported mostly all Republicans opposed it and antitax groups are also against this measure they say seventeen year olds most of them are still in high school and their captive. Audiences in classrooms who could be swayed by teachers especially on school bonds and school taxes they say, basically, they might spend a whole day only once side of a campaign and while there's eighteen states and the district of Columbia that allowed this changes well, the opponents of prop eighteen say California's different because we directly vote on taxes, school bonds, parcel taxes, and they say that these seventeen year olds are not to be trusted in. Those votes here's Susan Shelley with the Howard Jarvis Taxpayers Association. So of seventeen, year, olds are seeing this in high school and then they're voting in a primary on school taxes school bonds they can be influenced to vote for these taxes without seeing the full argument or having the knowledge of the previous tax increases that may have been passed for the same purpose. Another argument that I read was because our primaries have moved so early. Some of these voters will actually be I, mean closer to sixteen than they are to eighteen when they would be voting in these primaries. Yeah and I think that's another argument made on the No side really about brain development that you know we've set this legal age eighteen and we shouldn't go any farther below it. I haven't seen a whole lot of evidence to suggest that seventeen year old or somehow less likely. To make these decisions than eighteen year olds, there are seventeen year olds who pay taxes after all but that's definitely something you're hearing from the no campaign. Now, it's not often that we actually sea propositions that benefit teenage Californians. How did this one? Make It on the ballot in the first place? This was on the ballot by the state legislature, a two thirds vote and it was largely Democrats who backed it There was only one Democrat who voted against it in the legislature only two Republicans who ended up supporting it. Okay. So even though the legislature has already passed this law because it's basically going to be an amendment to the state constitution, they have to get a public approval for it. That's right and you might be thinking wait doesn't the constitution of the United States kind of set the voting age and it? Really Only, addresses the fact that you can't deny the right to vote to citizens who are eighteen. It really doesn't speak to allowing younger citizens to cast ballots, which is why you've seen a number of states moving this direction and allow seventeen year olds to participate in the primary. At least if they turn eighteen by the general election, is there any idea on what kind of impact this will actually have a voter turnout? Well, we have some idea and that's because of a study by the Public Policy Institute of California which took a look at what they called the so-called prop eighteen voters, and there were two hundred, thousand such. Californians in this boat in the last couple elections, these voters are potentially a significant block especially for primary elections where votes can often be very close decided by a few thousand, a few hundred votes even but another key finding the study found was that the participation of these group of voters is really far from being guaranteed experts and civic engagement say that passing this measure alone is not going to be enough to boost. Turnout rates among young voters I talked with Ron Tariq has about this. She's a sociology professor at UC Santa Cruz I think that propositions eighteen if it passes will be very successful at increasing turn out if it is coupled with civics education at the secondary school level, it creates an opportunity for a secondary school educators to really concentrate more time and resources to developing the curriculum that excites people about voting. So even folks who are backing this change say it's not a panacea. A won't solve all the issues around voting rates in participation of young voters. Alright. K Q d politics, reporter Guy, Marzorati thanks for your help. Thank you.
"howard jarvis" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK
"Southbound five and reduce lanes of southbound five from highway fifty to floor road three six AM traffic every ten minutes morning said afternoons news ninety three point one K. F. B. K. for early this morning clear lows between fifty three and fifty seven later today quite warm I near the record of ninety that occurred in Sacramento on this date back in nineteen sixty five clear tonight low fifty four to fifty eight tomorrow quite warm high eighty seven to ninety one I'm accu weather meteorologist Gerberding ski news ninety three point one K. F. B. K. hi there it's paddle also may I ask you do you have any gold or silver coins just kind of sit around maybe you inherited or stored away just kind of forgot about well you might want to dig those out and visit my friends in Roseville numismatics I mean you just never know what they might be worth a check it out a couple of two stories of people who visit Roseville numismatics just this month two different ladies came in not knowing what they had as their husbands and collected a bunch of points throughout the many years of their marriage both of the husband had passed away now one of the ladies Roseville numismatics just wrote her a check for over forty thousand dollars and the other one well the rotor check for over twenty thousand dollars we think how excited and how surprised the war and would that help you feel more secure in your retirement years I mean think about it I mean John and his team told me how awesome it is when they get to deliver this kind of exciting news to people eight ninety eight Douglas Boulevard in Roseville they're open nine to five Monday through Friday ten to three on Saturdays open up the door go pow walls me Californians pay the highest taxes in the country so why the politicians want to raise taxes even higher this is John to Paul of the Howard Jarvis taxpayers.
"howard jarvis" Discussed on KCBS All News
"College and downtown Mountain View UTA spokesperson. Holly Peres recommends writers check out their website vita dot org for a complete list. Meanwhile, much bigger schedule changes are also being considered by the way, we have a roughly sixty or so proposed changes to service all of those recommended changes are going to ETA committees of this month and then for board approval on may second. Some of those alterations include possibly. Eliminating bus route sixty five and light rail service along the Almaden spur affecting two stations. Peres says like many transit agencies the vita is facing declining ridership and increased operating costs and may have to make some tough decisions next month at vita headquarters in San Jose. Matt Bigler KCBS finding a parking space around San Jose State can be especially challenging, but KCBS is my Cogan says novel new app is making it easier. Grad student, Samir Chiran thought that had to be a better idea after wasting hundreds of hours trying to find parking spaces around campus. It took me Cody. Students who come on most two hours before the class sit in the garage just to find a space, and then go take classes what you notice as he was driving around looking for a space was all the private driveway sitting empty. So he started signing up homeowners for the app. So how does it work? So she just go to the app sign up. If you just yeah. So you'll find a lot of private drivers nearby. You just click on the space at awaken inflammation, pay for it. And that say Christie Stevens Jones Homa south twelfth street thought the idea made sense and signed up some of my neighbors have said Biltmore parking garages, and that seems to be a foolish waste of space and materials when we have driveways or places to park available now the forty plus parking spaces available so far range from one to four dollars an hour. The park stash app is available for both Android devices. My Colgan KCBS a San Francisco. Judge's ruling yesterday means the increase bridge. Tolls. Prices are here to stay. The San Francisco Examiner reports that Superior Court Judge Ethan shellman has ruled that a twenty eighteen Bouna measure raising tolls and all the bridges except the Golden Gate is not attacks and will remain in effect, the Howard Jarvis taxpayers association contested regional measure three in court, claiming the toll hike was tax and required. A two-thirds majority vote regional measure three passed with fifty five percent of the vote transit. Authorities feared that if the toll hike was reversed hundreds of millions of dollars for future transit projects would be lost. If you're getting ready to buy a new car, brace yourself KCBS hitter reports you may find the hard sell part of the deal has little to do with the actual vehicle. It's.
"howard jarvis" Discussed on Talk 650 KSTE
"Think assemblyman Brian down is tough on illegal immigration as assembly Republican leader. I led the fight bay sanctuary cities that protect undocumented Brian deli opposed. Liberal agenda to make it easier for the undocumented criminals to break our laws and get away with it. Stop this politically correct nonsense. Let's put California I and legal immigration as Republican leader. Brian dally what's tough on taxes and tap on liberals. I was one hundred percent rated by the California taxpayers association stopped at four hundred billion dollar government takeover of health care and kill billions in new taxes and protected proposition thirteen Brian down the unanimous choice conservatives to lead Republicans in the state assembly endorsed by the California professional firefighters. One hundred percent rated by the California police chief as rated by the Howard Jarvis taxpayers association. Brian dally Reagan Republican for state Senate Brian deli. He's on our side pay four by Brian Dali for state Senate twenty nineteen the Chad Benson show. Google Facebook Twitter, the reach they have is. So massive you have an all powerful all mighty group that has just cuddled up. Up with the Democrats. They're completely left lead. They know their by and you have some arbitrary people deciding what is there isn't something that people should or shouldn't be seeing. And they're banning them. All the while saying, it's the Chad Benson show. Weekdays at ten talk. Six fifty E. He's really into politics. I happen to think politics is the most important. A little bit of corruption. They're tweeting laws. Here's the Email. Look, look you lie. Tomorrow at noon on talk six fifty K S T.
"howard jarvis" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"Chiampou KFI AM six boarding. We have junk bond the line Howard Jarvis taxpayers association. Going through. All the scary stuff. That's going to happen. After the first of the year. They're already proposing a constitutional amendment up in Sacramento to go after prop thirteen they have not only a two-thirds majority that allows them to pass any tax they want. They have a three quarters majority, which means they can override any Gavin Newsom veto. So it has a moment of sanity, and he thinks they've gone too far on anything. It doesn't matter. They can override 'em in both the assembly and the state Senate mentioned because there's a quote from Gavin Newsom and political where he was kind of hedging on that three billion dollars. It'll cost three billion to cover all Californians over the age of nineteen with the healthcare that would include the undocumented, but we can override that. Now. John kapoor. Let's talk about Cal savers is a state wants to become the first to enroll people in cal- savers it'll become mandatory over the next few years for private sector businesses that don't already offer their own retirement savings plan. So now the state which already, of course provides. Lucrative retirements for public employee's wants to get into the business of managing retirement plans for private employees. I know your organization is against this not only are we against it. But we filed a suit in federal court. This plan is directly in violation of what is a of a federal statute known as a federal statute dealing with pension plans. And that law has been on the books for a long time now during the Obama administration there was an Obama regulation naughty statute because congress never would have approved it, but there was a regulation that that a lot of the states were arguing well, it provides a safe harbor for those states that want to provide these kinds of pension programs. However, one of the first things that happened when Trump came in congress exercise what's called the congressional review act in repealed that regulation so even that fig leaf of a regulation leaf of cover on the legality of California's program. Is gone. So does the businesses now are required. Well, they buy into this public retirement plan. They will be and here's the stupid thing. Everybody says, well, the reason we knew we need this is because there are a lot of employees of of private employers who don't have their own plan. If that's the case their employers can invite someone from vanguard Edward Jones, fidelity come in. And make a presentation on IRA's any individual who is privately employed right now can walk down the street into one of these shopping center, fidelity or Edward Jones. It can do it online. Right. Because you could save money and invest it on your own exactly and get your own company or your own guy said to so how what's the dangers of this? If the state's going to get involved dangerous. The danger is this how good has has California been in running pension programs. I Persian stirs are what half a trillion dollars upside down and unfunded liability their their risk with corruption. They they they pay finder's fees. Persia the CEO who doesn't even have a college degree. I I mean, it is it's a joke. They want state control over every aspect of our life of our lives, and people ought to be outraged about this. Now, the good news is we filed a lawsuit. The other side filed a motion to dismiss the trial judge came back with two questions for further briefing, which we have submitted, but those two questions make it look. So he leaning our way. No, I don't wanna I I'm horrible at predicting judicial outcomes. But I think we've got the upper hand I think at the end of the day, unless congress changes the law that California's program will be ruled unconstitutional illegal under Orissa. Now, if that's the case why they moving forward because they can't because they have no respect for federal law. This is another opportunity for them to some their nose at Washington DC. And it's an it's another opportunity for big government to get into. The into the business of providing private pension programs. All that protects them is the insane prophets of the tech industry. Otherwise, everything's gonna fall apart at some point. Well, look the Dow took a dump today. I mean, jeez that what eight hundred points. I think we're on the verge of of a of a correction and purrs has, you know, practically breaks it's arm patting itself on the back by saying how how well they're administered. But that's only because of the tech sector and what they've invested there. I think over time people are going to understand that more and more of these local governments. In fact, there's another one that's about ready to declare bankruptcy. And they're they're cutting off all library services, cutting their police departments by half because they cannot continue to finance their their pension obligations. John. I think we'll be speaking a lot this. I just put me on speed. Dial guys. We'll we'll be talking a lot. All right Howard, Jarvis taxpayers association. President John coupo-. Thank you, John in the mess in Sacramento. Three quarters majority out to vote for anything. And of course, people raising idea they're going to start being in the pinch and business for private company employees. We got more coming up. John and Ken show KFI..
"howard jarvis" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"Local live from the KFI twenty four hour newsroom. I'm Debra Mark. Ken show. John kobylt Ken chiampou. KFI AM six forty wit is we've got one party extremist rule, and what party extremists step. Well, it's a dictatorships. What it is. Why hasn't been like this in a long long time in California the legislature looks like it's going to be controlled by a three quarter majority of Democrats, right? We always talked about the super majority of the two-thirds now it's going to be up to three quarters, and they want to turn this into a socialist. Venezuela liked disaster. And we're going to talk now with John coupon president of the Howard Jarvis taxpayers association. And normally in recent years the. The legislature has teetered on a two-thirds majority. And that's always important because with two-thirds say capacity tax, they want now with a three quarters majority. There's no discussion it's a blowout. And. And talk to John because normally the legislature has that has billions and billions of dollars of tax proposal stacked up in the inbox waiting to go, John. How are you? Well, did you get the license plate of that truck that renaissance over on election day? It was it was very brutal. The only bright spot a couple bright spots. But the the main bright spot, of course, was the rejection of the rent control initiative prop ten but other than that in particularly in terms of the the makeup of the California legislature. It is an unmitigated disaster. We have tried to assist fiscal conservatives maintain at least a one third plus that is now lost. So there are two things. They can do they can pass statewide tax increases, obviously without voter approval. And of course, veto proof, and they can also place proposed constitutional amendments on the ballot at will without having to get to choose from the from the the voter. So it is going to be it's going to be very rough within the first two hours of the legislative session. The first proposed constitutional amendment was. A direct attack on proposition thirteen is called assembly constitutional amendment number one. It would lower the two thirds vote currently for bonds and special taxes at the local level for infrastructure improvement and low income housing. So that's all public infrastructure. That's roads, everything they're going right for the brass ring on this one. And if they get a two thirds vote of each house, then it will go to the people in all elections. So this is what it's going to be like for the next two years. They're also just propose assembly Bill eleven which is an effort to bring back redevelopment, which we thought was dead there bring there is explain this. Well, redevelopment is is that that process by which developers will work with local governments in these sweetheart deals to divert tax revenues independent projects there. Frequently used for shopping development sports, stadiums and everything else Jerry Brown his credits significantly repealed. Most of the redevelopment law when we had the budgetary crisis. This issues this tax money to subsidize private. Private construction, and it invokes, imminent domain. The ability of government to come in and take your property and give it to a another private entity. Likey developer developer says local government. He says I want that house right there because it's standing in the way of my project. And so if they bring that back, you will see the private depression, and that's constitutional to take somebody's land away and give it to another private citizen. Yes, that's the that's the infamous kilo decision, which we lost a five four vote in the supreme court several years ago and most states have corrected that by saying either changing their state law or state constitutions by saying, well, we're not gonna do it in this state. We don't have those kinds of protections here in California. Do you think was three quarters majority that they would override any Gavin Newsom tax? Dose. Quite possibly, you know, I it depends. He's a blank slate as far as working sort, you know, he was a business person. But he was hewing hard left. I don't understand anything. He says we keep playing more and more clips of him. He talks in riddles and gibberish. Yes. I, you know, our only hope is is that he has some some business background that will will let him know that, you know, these increase taxes in regulations are not sustainable in. Here's one more thing question is is the legislature that nuts that even if he vetoes stuff, they'll override it. Absolutely. There's there's not a number of giving health care to all undocumenteds. Look if you add up all the proposed programs, the cost programmes introduce last year, and added them all up, it was two hundred seventy billion dollars of additional spending that they want our current general fund budgets, one hundred thirty billion they wanna double it in that in most of that is of course, universal healthcare. So, you know, at some point the state just gonna break in into. But again getting back together Newsome, the second largest employer in San Francisco is McKesson corporation, and they just announced I think yesterday or a couple of days ago that they are moving out of San Francisco to Texas next to apple there, San Francisco's largest employer and people are bailing out of San Francisco in droves. Like, they're bailing. Out of California. So we've already seen the uptake in that in with these election results. We can we can certainly expect more businesses and individuals to say to throw in the towel and say, what is what is McKesson. Do. It was a it was a healthcare. It was a I think it was in the healthcare industry either provider or a conglomerate overseeing were the second largest employer in San Francisco. The second largest employer in San Francisco is the whole thing. Moving to Texas. Yeah, they already opened up a significant office in. I believe it was outside. Austin or Dallas. I can't remember. But. They're moving the operation there listed medical supplies, pharmaceuticals. One hundred ninety eight billion dollars revenues and twenty seven. It's a really it's a very very large corporation that most people haven't even heard of and again, a lot of employees bailing out. And and my understanding is they will be paying pretty significant relocation bonuses to the people who decided to move. You. Don't know how fast is this stuff gonna come in January in terms of proposals to spend more money. And then, of course, look for the revenues to to to spend on it. Well, the opening shot in the first two hours is not a good is not a good. All right. A lotta these was people voting against Trump and not people that thinking clearly because the state legislature has zero connection to Trump. He doesn't care about the legislative makeup in California. But that was a great motivation for voting and another thing was the Democrats developed this harvesting method where they were going into nursing homes and taking out one hundred votes at a time. Delivering balance for people the Republicans didn't see coming. And and it's just I can't believe that most people in California want this kind of government. I I don't think they understand what is going to be happening here. I don't think they pay attention. I don't think they have any basic knowledge of what what's going to happen. No, low information voters. I mean, I I don't think people are inherently stupid. I think they're inherently uninformed. And they'd rather go home and watch dancing with the stars and actually educate themselves as to what's going on. You know, as we just saw in France with a guest tax. That was a riot now. And and again that was a little bit of a backlash against the elites. Will it get that bad in in California? I don't know. But but I do know that. I think a lot of people are gonna put you hall on their speed dial. Can you hang on John because we don't want to talk to you about this idea, and I know the Howard Jarvis taxpayers associations against it that in California wants to be in the business of running retirement plans for all of it so workers, not just public employees, but private and place. John Caputo Howard Jarvis taxpayers association with us more coming up. John and Ken show KFI. Debra Mark has news a college student in Florida has been arrested for threatening to kill a teacher who scheduled a final at seven in the morning. Young man told police he was upset because he lives far from campus. And he would have to get up at five to make the test. The guy claims he just posted the threat out of frustration and wasn't seriously going to hurt anyone. Oregon's attorney general is given the go-ahead for people to collect signatures and hopes of legalizing magic mushrooms, it's hoped the measure will get on the ballot in twenty twenty and effort to get a similar measure on the ballot in California last month failed in organic market chain in LA is pulling certain items from shelves, the California Department of public health says Jared. Soups sold at air. One have been recalled due to possible botulism contamination. The markets are also pulling almond in chocolate on discarding in vegan chocolate cakes because they were.
"howard jarvis" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"More than eight hundred sixty thousand signatures have been turned in to try to repeal part of a. State law that, caps property taxes and halacha Saleh's with these schools. And communities first coalition says the signatures are enough to get a partial prop thirteen repeal on the twenty twenty ballots are very wealthy. Corporations who have not been. Paying their fair share in terms of property taxes homeowners. Will not be touched small business owners will not be touched by. These reforms, solace says more than three hundred groups statewide canvassed for the signature she. Says the reforms would create another eleven billion dollars a year in. Tax revenue? The Howard Jarvis taxpayers association says repealing product part of prop thirteen what amount anywhere from. Eight to. Ten billion, dollars in the form of a tax hike for California Supported by the same you, know the, usual suspects, of people who want every single. Productive dollar, produced by the private sector in tax payers in the state of California John Paul at the association tells KFI's John and Ken shell state has a surplus of roughly seventeen billion dollars so it doesn't need the money and he says. It every new, tax increase will ultimately go to the states unfunded. Pension liability an earthquake of a magnitude four point four struck tonight in the inland empire no damage reported it apparently stuck near Temecula. At about five thirty this. Afternoon governor Brown's trying to tweak a law he signed. In June that lets people facing criminal charges go into mental health. Diversion programs, and the charges can be dismissed a new proposal now ask to specifically. Exclude murder rape and other sex crimes and let's judges band dangerous. Criminals from? Participating a new plan also says counties must opt in to the diversion program some hospitals In the Southland have received positive checkups US news and World Report. Has come out with its yearly. List of top hospitals UCLA cedar Sinai hospital of USC hope memorial Presbyterian in Newport, Beach and, Huntington Memorial Hospital where named, the region's, five best UCLA was also named number. One in l.. A. number two in California and seventh best in the country, US news and World Report evaluated more. Than forty five hundred hospitals the rankings are based on a bunch of things including patient, outcomes patient safety technology and reputation Debra Mark KFI. News small car has spread into, a security barrier outside parliament, in London two people, have been hurt London. Counter-terror cheese Neil Basu says, at the driver has been arrested he's not. Cooperating with This, appears? To be a delivers the. Methods and this big an iconic site.
Pittsburgh officer charged in shooting death of unarmed teen
"Union they have not joined even if they do benefit from its representation in collective bargaining john kubo heads the howard jarvis taxpayers association it back the decision this ruling does not help rich and powerful people all it says is that you cannot be forced to join or pay dues to an organization with which you disagreed justice samuel alito wrote the majority opinion saying states in public sector unions may no longer extract agency fees from non consenting employees a white pennsylvania police officer faces homicide charges in the shooting death of an unarmed black teenager last week near pittsburgh officer michael rossville was charged wednesday in the death of seventeen year old antoine rose who ran from him during a traffic stop prosecutors stevens policies video of a previous shooting prompted the charges against rossville katie k atv's andy sheehan the arm of a gunman emerges from the car shooting at an unseen victim in the abdomen another man's returns fire at the now fleeing car the palace said rose is in the front seat of the car and the shooting was done entirely by seventeen year old xuejuan hester who's been charged in the incident is said to guns were later found in the car but a stolen glock believed to have been left there by rose had not been fired joe jackson father of michael janet the jackson five dead at the age of eighty nine correspondent daniel nottingham jackson had a tumultuous relationship with his children several of them accused him of physical and emotional abuse in a twenty thirteen interview the patriarch said he didn't regret being hard on his kids because when i came home i came up with some kids everybody moved all over the world jackson was eightynine.
"howard jarvis" Discussed on KSFO-AM
"Mkx nationally on the generic ballot between republicans and democrats at the nationally we're now on par so this this blue wave that people were talking about is turning out to be a little bit of a fizzle now still gotta work cut out for us but you know put partisanship aside the economy's doing well and if people are voting their pocketbook then then conservative should do well perhaps not in california because they they don't want to let those good ramesses manifest themselves in any positive way here in california with us howard howard jarvis taxpayers association this week john marked the fortieth anniversary this week marks the fortieth anniversary of voters overwhelmingly approving proposition thirteen which has been protecting all california tax payers ever since talk to us about the legacy of prop thirteen and do we have to worry about these politicians in sacramento getting this taking this away from us at some point we always have to worry about it i think that's one of the reasons reasons howard jervis formed organization to be there as a bulwark against these inroads and as you know it's been kind of a push poll fight for the last forty years they create loopholes and prop thirteen we have to come in and close the loopholes in nineteen eightysix we did it in nineteen ninety six with the right to vote on taxes act we've got a couple of good initiatives that are pro taxpayer coming up in november the gas tax repeal so it is a constant fight you know liberty is never free and so the the legacy of prop thirteen obviously california today is not the california of ronald reagan and so we have always had a a burden on educating particularly new homeowners who may not have even been born in nineteen seventy eight prop thirteen benefits them now the good news is when we do benchmark polling prop thirteen even though california has drifted significantly leftward prop thirteen for on.
"howard jarvis" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"Fifth district and i've been endorsed by the howard jarvis taxpayers association the press enterprise in fact read that one that's a that's that's a really good one but you can reach me on vote hewitt dot com or facebook dot com at vote hewitt and i appreciate hey thanks a lot guys in anytime good work this catches on it could save the state jeff you at the mayor of mesa and again they decided no more cal fire in their little town of riverside county they started their own fire department and yes they went to 401k pension plans more coming up john and ken show kfi and anything is the news officials in orange county it started moving dozens of homeless people out of the motel in anaheim these are the final people from the santa ana river bed who remain in a converted motel oc spokeswoman jen net wig says people without severe mental illness have to leave there about one hundred fourteen people that were here and today approximately thirty people are being asked to leave the spend says he's looking for more perks at his next shelter is placed in having tv's notre graders you know they basically gutted him out officials are asking people to leave voluntarily for now in anaheim andrew mollenbeck kfi news at least you're investigating a triple murder in lammert park an elderly couple and their sixty five year old son died of blunt force trauma their bodies were found last night by the couple's grandson a friend of the son tells nbc four the man came from a good family and had a good upbringing mr to certain routine he was seeing every morning especially when i'm walking my my daughter coffee shop for breakfast becomes back kind of neighborhood watch i guess is making his presence felt police say they're interested in talking to a caregiver who worked for the family a new survey from the federal reserve is highlighted the problems many people have with saving money the survey shows about forty percent of adults in the usa faced with an emergency four hundred dollar expense they would either not be able to pay for.
"howard jarvis" Discussed on AM 590 The Answer
"For the most important political office dot of the private citizen we are pleased honor to have on the line with us john kapoor who is the leader of the preeminent taxpayers advocacy organization in california the howard jarvis taxpayers association and we all know who howard jarvis was but for those who don't he's responsible for proposition thirteen that prevents your property taxes from going up as the value of your property goes up and taxing you out of your home and john is now carrying on that work in the howard jarvis taxpayers association the morning and welcome john place to be here thank you for inviting me thanks for doing that work of keeping the flame of prop eight intact and sorry prop thirteen i just came from a meeting we were talking about a lot of variety things prop thirteen and is possibly under attack and that's why we need to get a good conservative into the governorship and we need to make sure that the legislature doesn't fall back into a two thirds majority to keep prop thirteen intact correct you know prop thirteen you know we're coming up on the fortieth anniversary hard to believe but this coming june six will be the fortieth anniversary of prop thirteen and you know from the first day from the day after the election in nineteen seventy eight it has been under constant assault from the political elites from government unions from aditorial boards from the legislature and from the courts and it has forced us to come back to the people on multiple occasions to close the loopholes created in in it brought thirteen you know brought thirteen was very simple straightforward and yet the courts found these various ambiguities and they really tortured the language to come up with some results oriented findings and which continues to bother us and they continue to do that to this day we've had to come back in nineteen eighty six initiative in nineteen ninety six we did the right to vote on taxes act also known as prop to eighteen and now we are proposing working with other coalition partners for something called the tax payer fairness transparency and accountability act which will be on the november ballot the close more of these loopholes so again it's a constant battle and it just goes.
"howard jarvis" Discussed on KCBS All News
"The howard jarvis taxpayers association every dollar spent on the high speed rail project is transportation spending that could be spent in so many so many better ways republicans are also helping the gas tax repeal which still has to be approved we'll drive conservative voters to the polls this november in san jose matt bigler kcbs a long term project to repair ten miles of interstate eighty and contra costa county will cause overnight lane closures in the coming weeks the roadwork began last night in richmond and will be completed in early november when the project is completed cal trans has the roadway will be smoother between highway four the highway four interchange in hercules all the way down to albany tesla ceo elon musk's vision of transporting people and things at seven hundred fifty miles an hour is not too far away in fact it could happen soon kcbs is holly quantocks plates branson was announcing a partnership between his hyperloop one and dubai investor to create a hyperloop transport for cargo they could carry people in as little as two to three years that means the underground transport using magnets in a tube to move a pod full of you name it rick gettys is director of cornell's program infrastructure policy the hyperloop is really just a type of of transportation technology that's in a constrained environment like a tube the pressure in the tube is relatively low like you would have at thirty thousand feet while you're traveling in an aircraft and of course the items going through the tube are travelling at high speed but but it could be a pod that holds people which i think is what most listeners probably think of but it can also hold cargo they could be designed for a certain size container it could contain timesensitive shipments etc meets planned in saudi arabia the united arab emirates and in india holly kwame kcbs getting the san jose in the morning could be faster from fresno than san francisco on a bullet train kcbs is mike hogan has that fresno would almost be a san jose suburb and at high speed rail you could potentially live in fresno and commute to san jose in an hour that would be huge for some of those companies to be.
"howard jarvis" Discussed on 790 KABC
"What what this particular initiative does and it was supported and financed by the california association of realtors and we are fully supportive of it is that it removes the geographic limitation to within the county and also removes the restriction that the new home be of equal or lesser value so what this will do we hope and we think we've got the data to back it up is it will incentivize or at least remove a barrier to seniors who are fifty five or older to move into a home someplace else in california anyplace else in california and take their lower prop thirteen base with them to their new residents again it's not it's not a complete panacea for the housing crisis but we think it'll be a valuable addition to be able to open up housing stock to younger families now the same situation happens with rent control apartments a lot of times where you have a person who has been living in a place for a very long time and their kids are moved out and maybe their spouses passed on and in a big apartment and they because of rent control they can't afford to move to a smaller place that they'd actually like to be in that's more in keeping with their their needs and then obviously somebody with a growing family that could use a bigger place can't find a place so you know we we create obstacles to dealing with our housing problems through bad policy the fact that a million people signed these signatures to me is one of the more positive signs in politics i've seen in california in a long time it just to me reinforces again that i don't care how blue california gets prop thirteen people understand how important it is to them i think so this is just one of three pro tax payer initiatives that is going to be on the november ballot we have another one that strengthens proposition thirteen in in terms of the definition of fees and taxes and of course we're also on track to qualify the reduction the gas tax that is on track to qualify we haven't quite close the loop we've got a couple more weeks to go and that's been one of the primary focuses of the howard jarvis taxpayers association is giving people the opportunity to vote on the gas.
"howard jarvis" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"In and be a part of this we're going to have john paul on from the howard jarvis taxpayers association after three o'clock to talk more about this burden burdened by the way they helping out too they've donated money to the caused john cox who was running for governor of california republican businessmen from the san diego area is going to be here in person at five o'clock i get a sense that he also gave a big amounts that that that that this thing is getting finance i just cents where i will get a chance as carl directly i just get the impression that this thing is being financed well plus and a lot of people are donating whatever you know rocks twenty bucks a website and if they have the money than there are certainly going to get signatures all right more coming up john and ken show we're at the heirs hotel in orange in the parking lot two hundred the city drive north to sign the petition to repeal the gasic car tax increase debra mark has news belo boys will be boys mentality you that's exactly the point in its disguised that's changing its it is transformative is being used to describe all of this so alaska airlines we don't remember whether he was on the flight or not but if he was we understand what sucker barada ought to do is by alaska airlines and then just fire every day of bill handel tomorrow at six right after the wakeup call at 500 on kfi am 640 more stimulating talk cops in hollywood ask for help finding the guy who beat up an elderly man a senior citizen wound up with serious injuries from the attack lapd officer natalie nunez says investigators aren't sure about a motive we don't know if this individual has been to tell the shoes if he was under the influence that at.
"howard jarvis" Discussed on KQED Radio
"This on the radio last ever wonder why our gas prices are higher than other states the at i'd calls at a local lawmakers supported the new gas tax it was funded by a california farmer's association and they're not the only ones mad about the tax hike it affects nearly everyone in carcrazy california and the poor will feel that extra twelve cents a gallon more than the rich the gear crack unwarranted john compal as a fiscal conservative and president of the howard jarvis taxpayers association he admits california's highways are in bad shape but coupon says her existing gas tax is to take care of those needs he believes lawmakers have to blame for wasteful spending rick getty's who teaches infrastructure policy cornell says california might be the only state where new gas tax can survive politically most other places it's really politically um dortha he says other states or trying different ways to raise money for infrastructure in oregon drivers are charged per mile of road they use virginia has raised its sales tax and you're mark that money for road fixes some states are adding new toll lanes so the political folks who need realized they need more funding have to think about those alternatives one thing all fifty states have in common getty says the not waiting around for any federal help in new york on line pilot for marketplace at the epa this week there were some new science advisors announced extensively the top independent experts in their respective fields independent being the.
"howard jarvis" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"Are higher than other states the ad calls at a local lawmakers supported the new gas attack it was funded by a california farmer's association and they're not the only ones mad about the tax site it affects nearly everyone in carcrazy california and the poor will feel that extra twelve cents a gallon more than the rich the gear unwarranted john paul is a fiscal conservative and president of the howard jarvis taxpayers association he admits california's highways are in bad shape but coupon says her existing guest tax is his vision to take care of those needs he believes lawmakers are to blame for wasteful spending rick getty's who teaches infrastructure policy a cornell says california might be the only state where new gas tax can survive politically most other places it's really politically um there were title he says other states are trying different ways to raise money for infrastructure in oregon drivers are charged per mile of road they use virginia has raised its sales tax and your mark that money for road fixes some states are adding new toll lanes so the political folks who need realized they need more funding have to think about those alternatives one thing all fifty states have in common getty says they're not waiting around for any federal help in new york on line pilot for marketplace at the epa this week there were some new science advisors announced extensively the top independent experts in their respective fields independent being the keyword there from the sustainability desk marketplace's scott tung explains is fracturing a wrist to drinking water how much air pollution is okay those are the kinds of questions the epa science advisory board takes on in the brand new head of that board is michael honeycutt at texas state regulator who rolled back rules on 45 chemicals the head of a separate epa board on air pollution has done work for fossil fuel in chemical groups it all worries michael halpern at the union of concerned scientists it really up to the fight advisory board in any type of administration to set the record straight scott pruitt is taking what should be a founding board and turning it into an echo chamber this administration has already overruled that science advisors once by key being a controversial pesticide on the.
"howard jarvis" Discussed on KCRW
"Gas prices are higher than other states the ad calls at a local lawmakers supported the new gas attack it was funded by a california farmer's association and they're not the only ones mad about the tax hike it affects nearly everyone in carcrazy california and the poor will feel that extra twelve cents a gallon more than the rich the gear crack unwarranted john paul is a fiscal conservative and president of the howard jarvis taxpayers association he admits california's highways are in bad shape but could paul says her existing gas tax is the vision to take care of those needs he believes lawmakers who to blame for wasteful spending rick getty's who teaches infrastructure policy it cornell says california might be the only state where new gas tax can survive politically most other places it's really politically dortha he says other states are trying different ways to raise money for infrastructure in oregon drivers are charged per mile of road they use virginia has raised its sales tax and earmarked that money for road fixes some states are adding new toll lanes so the political folks who need realized they need more funding have to think about those alternatives one thing all fifty states have in common getty says the now waiting round for any federal help in new york on line kyla for marketplace at the epa this week there were some new science advisors announced extensively the top independent experts in their respective fields independent being the keyword there from the sustainability desk mark places scott tung explains is fracturing a risk to drinking water how much air pollution is okay those are the kinds of questions the epa science advisory board takes on in the brand new head of that board is michael honeycutt at texas state regulator who rolled back rules on fortyfive chemicals they had of a separate epa board on air pollution has as done work for fossil fuel and chemical groups it all worries michael halpern at the union of concerned scientists it really up to the highest advisory board in any type of administration to set the record straight scott pruitt is taking what could be a founding board and turning it into an echo chamber this administration has already overruled that sign science advisors once by keeping a controversial pesticide on the.
"howard jarvis" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"Oh josh newman josh new news the state senator subject to a recall for voting for the gas tax a few months ago the john howard jarvis taxpayers association did it they have filed a lawsuit to scrap that new law that revis louisville's for california's recall elections room the democrats pulled a fast one while they were passing the budget they also made a longer and tougher to recall people from also is expanding the amount of time between the recall petition effort and the actual election big change the rules in the middle of the recall a josh newman by john coupon was in you the other day and he hinted to me that this lawsuit was coming in the won't be wanted to make clear is that one of the worst parts of the lead changes they made is that the california state department of finance is now going to have to sign off on this whole process this of allowing the recalled to go forward he says well they're run by jerry brown beacon that he can put your hand up and say to sit on and on and we can do their that they'll never find a good time to hold the recall it'll be perpetually helda do that's that's that violence for their care about filing it doesn't matter to them does matter to them or going to go to court it it just a matter of going to court delays to recall i can make of our our sure sure narrow you can check her desk aford north your doors law i think he's a bottle of their i think so too sean impressive weekdays at two kfi am 640 more stimulating talk have you ever called yes we call them we stole his cell phone number from jim brown and not the football player but the announcer for fox news so they pass along laws was recalled jesse jackson on the year and we said hey jesse widow doing radio show in los angeles of all wrong and i said overplay clip for you and we.
"howard jarvis" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"The state senator subject to a recall for voting for the gas tax a few months ago i the john howard jarvis taxpayers association did it they have filed a lawsuit to scrap that new law that revised the rules for california's recall elections room the democrats pulled a fast one while they're a passing the budget they also made no longer and tougher to recall people from office expanding the amount of time between the recall petition effort and the actual election they changed the rules he's in the middle of the recall a josh newman by john apollo was in you the other day and he hinted to me that this lawsuit was coming in the one thing he wanted to make clear is that one of the worst parts of the rule changes they made is that the california state department of finance is now going to have to sign off on this whole process says of allowing the recall to go forward he says well they run by jerry brown begin he can put the hand up and say to sit on and on and we can do their that they'll never find a good time to hold the recall it'll be perpetually held dear acts that's that's that violates law they don't care about filing the law and it doesn't matter to them the doesn't matter to them we gotta go to court it it just matter going to court delays the recall i can make another hour shannon have any chard narain you can check her desk aford north your doors law i think he's a bottle in there i think so to john and ken weekdays at two kfi am 640 more stimulating talk gary and shannon sides studio show with died later on again a radio radio the by told pleasure that i cannot be disturbed i'll do it let me get our plan we got oils at me they'll come out again so what is your electric the sect the he caps no any came from have been drinking that's the worst yet his era and then you get the hiccups but i'm not really ross good i know i foul i gotta yeah really get mad whenever i do that if i was like homelessness you have to drink i am the food lucky peres studio drew i say gary and shannon we mornings at 1000 kfi am 640 more stimulating the handle.