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"malia cohen" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

03:12 min | 2 years ago

"malia cohen" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Live from NPR news in Washington. I'm Janine herbs. Secretary of state Mike Pompeo says President Trump's decision to withdraw troops from Syria didn't jeopardize efforts to counter threats in the region from ISIS and Iran, the president's decision to withdraw folks from Syria in no way impacts our capacity to deliver on that. And you'll see in the coming days and weeks, we are a redoubling not only our diplomatic, but our commercial efforts to for real pressure on rod achieve what it is. We set out for them back in may. Pompeo speaking there at a press conference in Amman with Jordan's Foreign Minister stressing the strategic partnership between the US and Jordan, President Trump addresses the nation from the Oval Office tonight and is expected to declare what he calls a crisis at the southern US Mexico border, requiring funds to build a border wall before the partial government shutdown command NPR's or Keith has more President Trump has a problem, which is that the large share of the American public wanted him even before the shutdown began to make a compromise on the wall. And if he is going to get his wall funding, which seems like a mighty big. If at this point, he has to convince the American public that there is a crisis along the southern border, and that that crisis can be solved by a wall. NPR's tamra Keith Wall Street is trading higher at this hour. The Dow was up one hundred twenty eight points at twenty three thousand six hundred fifty nine the NASDAQ is up eighteen s and p five hundred up nine you're listening to NPR from kqed. News. I'm Brian watt. Governor Gavin Newsom plans today to announce new executive actions on California's response to wildfires and other emergencies a day after his inauguration Newsom is traveling to Colfax and plaster county an area at high risk of fire in the Sierra foothills to unveil the new policy the announcement comes on the heels of some of the largest and most destructive wildfires in state history. Over the last fifteen months Newsom, we'll be joined by leaders of Cal fire. The governor's office of emergency services in the California national guard among other agencies, the president of San Francisco's board of supervisors Malia Cohen terms out today. So dozens of women leaders are heading to city hall to call for Hillary Ronen to take over the position cake. Khloe Veldman reports only the city's eleven supervisors get to choose their next president yet Hillary Ronen supporters plan to read a statement before the board today praising the progressive district one. Supervisor some other supervisors have criticized lobbying efforts, but transgender activists Honey mahogany says that shouldn't be an issue facing any political figure wants to know who they're allies constituent support because that's going to play a role in what kind of support themselves receive from their constituents a San Francisco political scientist tells K Q, it's not unusual for groups to voice their opinion to supervises on important issues. But the public nature of the response to those efforts highlights recent divisions within the board. I'm clubby Veldman K Cutie news. There's more local coverage at K Q, E D, news dot org. I'm Brian watt. I think that we want to look away. I think that we're.

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"malia cohen" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

02:44 min | 2 years ago

"malia cohen" Discussed on KCBS All News

"It's five oh, three at the bay area's news station. KCBS you can count on scattered showers throughout the day. They could be heavy at times as we stay in the fifties and low sixty s good morning in San Francisco. I'm Susan Lee Taylor and good morning. I met Bigler in San Jose is what's happening after more than ten hours of debate. Protests and arrests the city of San Jose decided to join forces with Google to build a large development downtown. The city council early this morning unanimously approved the one hundred million dollars sale of twenty one acres of public lands near the dear John train station to Google business leaders and mayor Sam lucado hailed the development as a game changer saying it will benefit this city and create thousands of jobs, but critics some of whom are on a hunger strike are concerned. The project could send already high high home prices soaring and push vulnerable people out of downtown after several hours of public comment demonstrators against the project chain themselves to their chairs police eventually. Cleared the chambers. Allowing the council to continue debate among themselves with just members of the media present eight protesters who refused to leave were taken into custody. The Google downtown mega campus will include homes twenty five percent of which will be affordable. According to officials plus offices shops, restaurants and parks, several issues still needs to be workout worked out, including a proposal to raise the building height limits in that area. San Francisco would become the first major city in the United States to remove minimum parking requirements for building developers making it. So they do not have to build parking lots for their buildings if they don't want to supervisors helped the ordinance speeds up construction on housing projects, and reduces the number of cars on city streets supervisors voting six to four to pass the ordinance. Supervisor Yee argued a citywide policy would not make sense for parts of the city that are not easily accessible by public transportation. Supervisor Malia Cohen echoed sentiments with both saying it could increase the number of ride hailing service cars. Like Brin lift further clogging city streets, both Mexico City and Hartford Connecticut have also recently done away with parking requirements for developers there the innovative evacuation plan pioneered by the town of paradise was considered to be a model for other California cities that could be threatened by major wildfires. KCBS? Reporter Doug sovereigns has now Berkeley's taking a second look at its plan after things went terribly wrong during the campfire in the Berkeley hills full of narrow winding streets. Bob flasher thought the city was onto something when it started drafting a new wildfire evacuation plan based on the zone by zone approach paradise came up with you get to have way more months of anxiety because fire season so much longer. It turns out one third of the people that live in the Berkeley and.

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"malia cohen" Discussed on KZSC 88.1 FM Santa Cruz

KZSC 88.1 FM Santa Cruz

02:33 min | 2 years ago

"malia cohen" Discussed on KZSC 88.1 FM Santa Cruz

"The racism is here is clear. It's president and is upon us all the time. It's a sophisticated discrimination that takes place in some ways, that's almost the worst discrimination. If if are racist towards me, I wanna know I wanna see it in your eyes. I want you to tell me to my face. What I don't want is these systemic sophisticated cloaked type discrimination to that has the same results as the blatant discrimination. But as covered in his hidden, and we must stop it. Now, are you guys ready to stop this now? According to city workers that today's action African American San Francisco employees receive disciplinary dismissals at a rate two and a half times higher than their colleagues, and the average black city worker makes about sixty five thousand dollars a year, while the average White City worker makes one hundred and fifty thousand dollars a year. Sharon, torture, and says she's facing stomach racism working for San Francisco for years for advocating for my rights. I have been subjected to a hostile work environment where I was discriminated against on numerous occasions. Even after reporting these incidents to managers department heads and city officials I played by the rules, I acquired the necessary credentials for promotional opportunities sat for numerous civil service, examinations even scoring in the top five of the civil suit. Service ranking system yet despite my efforts to progress in my career since one thousand nine hundred ninety five I have remained in the same position. According to city data obtained by columnist Patrick Manekshaw for the Westside observer newspaper fifty four percent of discrimination complaint within San Francisco's workforce came from African Americans in two thousand sixteen and twenty seventeen supervisor Malia Cohen says it's the city's duty to end institutional discrimination. And I believe as a city we need to stand together and do better. So we must fight for accountability. We must fight for transparency. And we must fight to continue to hold. Our our government workers accountable to us. We must make sure that our departments remove each and every bias in their hiring in their recruiting retention in their promotion and.

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"malia cohen" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

03:16 min | 2 years ago

"malia cohen" Discussed on KQED Radio

"You're listening to public radio at eight thirty. Live from NPR news in Washington, I'm Lakshmi Singh. The White House is challenging supreme court nominee. Brett Kavanagh's accuser. Counselor Kellyanne Conway suggests that Cavanaugh is a victim not attacking her a lot of people are attacking him and his family, and it's awful. But President Trump took to Twitter today to challenge Christine Blasi for its accusation the Cavanaugh sexually assaulted her in the nineteen eighties. When they were both in highschool cavenaugh. Categorically denies the allegation. Trump question that if the attack on Ford was as bad as she said, it was why didn't she press charges experts on sexual assault have voiced their concern saying years can pass before survivors ready to speak out. Republicans on the Senate panel considering Kavanagh's nomination one four to testify on Monday Ford's attorney say Monday's not possible, but suggest some other time next week. They say the terms of retest Mony must be fair and ensure the safety of Ford and her family more than a week after hurricane. Florence rivers are overflowing NPR's Jason boby. The end is near Kingston North Carolina where the news river has surged it has managed to completely tie up traffic in this part of the state because all of the bridges going over the new river in this area of North Carolina are currently closed as this river continues to rise in part of the problem is that we're those rise in falls are happening is shifting almost constantly the death toll from Florence has climbed to at least forty one majority of the victims in North Carolina lives, also loss in South Carolina and Virginia. This is NPR from news. I'm Brian watt arts organization serving communities of color suffered three times as much economic loss. As other regional arts nonprofits in the devastating north bay. Fires of last year khloe Veldman reports on a new study out this week is about Lopez runs the bilingual arts education organization racist collective last. October's FIS didn't destroy heck groups rented space in Santa Rosa. But between. Redirecting resources to the relief effort and witnessing the displacement of our customer base. Lopez says she lost around thirty thousand dollars in income. She could no longer make rent. So after November we had to give it up. Just because there wasn't enough funds to continue being that safe. Now. Lopez runs the collective out of our home office a spokesman for northern California. Grant makers which commissioned the study says her organization plans to further investigate. Why groups like racists collective was so disproportionately hit I'm clemmie Veldman cake you eating us. San Francisco is a step closer to increasing the minimum wage of city employees to seventeen dollars an hour. A supervisors committee passed the ordinance yesterday the current hourly rate is fifteen dollars board. President Malia Cohen says San Francisco airport employees will benefit the most as they're paid fourteen an hour despite being city contractors have been making. Substantially less than the San Francisco minimum wage since they are located in San Mateo county measure next heads to the full board. If passed and signed by the mayor, the increases would take effect in November. I'm.

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Facebook expands Menlo Park headquarters

24 Hour News

01:12 min | 2 years ago

Facebook expands Menlo Park headquarters

"And out of Facebook where it is investing in more real estate in the bay area as the Menlo Park company plans to double its workforce over the next decade. KCBS is Carrie Hodousek tells us Facebook has signed a number of new lease agreements social media giant Facebook plans to lease office spaces, and San Francisco Sunnyvale and Fremont to make room for thousands of workers in the coming years. It's much different than what the corporate culture was like years ago says university of Washington professor, Margaret O'Meara who studies the history of the Silicon Valley when the first high tech companies were growing there on the fifties and sixties it was mostly orchards. There was lots and lots of room to grow. But now the bay area entirely is more crowded and the valley is a lot more crowded. And there are a lot of high tech employees that wants to live in urban areas like San Francisco, and Oakland, she says the rapidly growing companies simply doesn't have the room for more employees at its corporate headquarters in Menlo Park. There now have not only. One product anymore. They're thinking about multiple things they're doing that. No way makes it more feasible to have different office locations. Facebook says they're not worried about filling its additional office space. Their concern is outgrowing the space that

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"malia cohen" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

01:37 min | 2 years ago

"malia cohen" Discussed on KCBS All News

"Is Elaine Brown a leader of the delegation that, did leave breeds office without getting a meeting scheduled, they did then pressure Bayview hunters point supervisor. Malia Cohen, into talking. They said that meeting went okay reporting live at San Francisco city hall gentleman KCBS KCBS news time To await let's check your ride this afternoon and joining us show Raines cappella hitches in your I'd Larry let's talk, Nimitz eight eighty Hayward an. Accident south eight eighty eight as street now moved to the shoulder but it is slow from two thirty eight, and slung, on one zero one Morgan hill are Tilton auto. Body collision can with John Atkinson good afternoon not off to a great start trying to get out towards Gilroy southbound one I wanted Masten CHP had some, police activity in. The center divide looks like that's been taken care of but, we're facing very heavy traffic from Coyote creek golf drive all the way out into Morgan. Hill and don't forget it's going to, be very busy through that, stretch over the weekend the Gilroy garlic festival kicking off, tomorrow continuing through Sunday and Nevada already slow from, the narrows to Petaluma in San Francisco already jam packed right now north one, zero one from before Cesar Chavez onto. The span no, stalls are accidents just everybody headed the same way at the same time you're next. Update to eighteen on, the traffic leader KCBS, it's still cloudy and. Cool at the cow at the, coast is what I was trying to say, but it's still very Emlyn not convinced we're going to see the low one hundred's but into the mid maybe some upper nineties there, we are, gonna see fog and low clouds near the water, overnight through tomorrow morning. With afternoon sunshine away from the beaches high still low. Sixties at the coast mid to upper nineties inland traffic and weather together on the eight s- six nine AM seven forty KCBS.

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"malia cohen" Discussed on Ariel Helwani's MMA Show

Ariel Helwani's MMA Show

05:05 min | 2 years ago

"malia cohen" Discussed on Ariel Helwani's MMA Show

"You you. Part of you get? No question. And normally I was just go right to keep it on it and say that. But in this moment I'm gonna say this occur potentially size ten days fight outside vendor. Okay, fair enough lasting. What's what's the message to Kobe after everything that he said, what's the message now should be you already embarrassed. Massport China don't even very aware to the Pharisees take acid and you know, you know, I only deserve better. I'm death is really embarrassing to me that I'm on the same guy. No, not especially today in. No, I. Oh, my. Usually which man. You can't go out to hitch assigned at all that you stood. The sinus automates choice living. I'm going to tell. I'd be the gas, I fit in. I kid you fight this issue and sinus. The sinuses is an issue, the fight. That's the best you should leave saw something to sell will be more savage, no option to finish torturous. It is to this really just the stars and I just, I just I can't wait to the day. We never find. My michigan. Thanks type of love your mouth. You know, we'll see you and I appreciate you doing this. You feel like you've got it all out. Yeah. Loners I've learned over the years ago. You know, sometimes people on TV. I can't take shape sometime. You should be misrepresentative complaining or whatever and have not died on for rapidly. Then the professional of always showed up. I've been in a guy to call upon people last minute fights. You know, our ideal situations, I've always been days assessment person, you know, and and eighteen Hayes leading others have been finished. I put on the sign Feis, put whites. Everybody has something to say about one aboard, the knee watch kill final, and you watch market. Everybody had something to say about the welfare. Malia Cohen will really be that much different for different. I really writing books that he's is to end ended sea very tough accuser specialist, and I figure out the river skis and then people watching do it or they go out there and she thought it was. So I was doing. And I'm gonna go with, I'm the greatest of all time. People will be looked at did and she did obstacles, Vincent and how hill, all his role to the car and always take professional knowledge, capture the myself who I was and being star. And you know, I have never get my my. My issue is to be the day of all time. Death night on the stop to for obstacle comes up. That's not stopping some fantasy to me. That's not what stops. Sided cars. Never. Real things are going to stop me reaching that point. So now I'm in the situation worth. I'm gonna talk to. You have seen you gotta figure out what's what, so we know you guys. Thank you time. I really appreciate you doing this. I know you're getting hit up from everyone. Thanks so much for coming on and keep us posted and good luck. I I there is time Woodley welterweight champion getting some stuff off his chest. Obviously, the biggest fight that you have to make right now, in my opinion, is the co becoming to fight and. Wonders if that fight will materialize. I personally think like it is too big of a fight to throw away. And I feel like the reason they made in term title fight is so that the I've champion champion, so they can really Cement Co. becoming ten as the number one contender. And he did a phenomenal job leading up to that fight building that fight talking to talk the Trump stuff. All that was just perfect. He was the star of UFC two, twenty five. In my opinion. It wasn't anyone else. It was Koby. We were talking about Colby on that Monday morning more than anyone and he has set himself up. Now, let's forget that fight was a month and a half ago. It was a month and a half ago UFC two twenty eight is just a few day. I mean, it was like a few weeks away is said six weeks away. I understand that there's a need for main event. I understand that you can't have at that show with Nico, Montana versus Valentin shift check. Oh, it's just not gonna draw. But is that Kobe's fault? Is that tyrants fault? Should they suffer? That's their big fight. Should that suffer?.

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"malia cohen" Discussed on Five Rounds with Brett Okamoto

Five Rounds with Brett Okamoto

05:05 min | 2 years ago

"malia cohen" Discussed on Five Rounds with Brett Okamoto

"You you. Part of you get? No question. And normally I was just go right to keep it on it and say that. But in this moment I'm gonna say this occur potentially size ten days fight outside vendor. Okay, fair enough lasting. What's what's the message to Kobe after everything that he said, what's the message now should be you already embarrassed. Massport China don't even very aware to the Pharisees take acid and you know, you know, I only deserve better. I'm death is really embarrassing to me that I'm on the same guy. No, not especially today in. No, I. Oh, my. Usually which man. You can't go out to hitch assigned at all that you stood. The sinus automates choice living. I'm going to tell. I'd be the gas, I fit in. I kid you fight this issue and sinus. The sinuses is an issue, the fight. That's the best you should leave saw something to sell will be more savage, no option to finish torturous. It is to this really just the stars and I just, I just I can't wait to the day. We never find. My michigan. Thanks type of love your mouth. You know, we'll see you and I appreciate you doing this. You feel like you've got it all out. Yeah. Loners I've learned over the years ago. You know, sometimes people on TV. I can't take shape sometime. You should be misrepresentative complaining or whatever and have not died on for rapidly. Then the professional of always showed up. I've been in a guy to call upon people last minute fights. You know, our ideal situations, I've always been days assessment person, you know, and and eighteen Hayes leading others have been finished. I put on the sign Feis, put whites. Everybody has something to say about one aboard, the knee watch kill final, and you watch market. Everybody had something to say about the welfare. Malia Cohen will really be that much different for different. I really writing books that he's is to end ended sea very tough accuser specialist, and I figure out the river skis and then people watching do it or they go out there and she thought it was. So I was doing. And I'm gonna go with, I'm the greatest of all time. People will be looked at did and she did obstacles, Vincent and how hill, all his role to the car and always take professional knowledge, capture the myself who I was and being star. And you know, I have never get my my. My issue is to be the day of all time. Death night on the stop to for obstacle comes up. That's not stopping some fantasy to me. That's not what stops. Sided cars. Never. Real things are going to stop me reaching that point. So now I'm in the situation worth. I'm gonna talk to. You have seen you gotta figure out what's what, so we know you guys. Thank you time. I really appreciate you doing this. I know you're getting hit up from everyone. Thanks so much for coming on and keep us posted and good luck. I I there is time Woodley welterweight champion getting some stuff off his chest. Obviously, the biggest fight that you have to make right now, in my opinion, is the co becoming to fight and. Wonders if that fight will materialize. I personally think like it is too big of a fight to throw away. And I feel like the reason they made in term title fight is so that the I've champion champion, so they can really Cement Co. becoming ten as the number one contender. And he did a phenomenal job leading up to that fight building that fight talking to talk the Trump stuff. All that was just perfect. He was the star of UFC two, twenty five. In my opinion. It wasn't anyone else. It was Koby. We were talking about Colby on that Monday morning more than anyone and he has set himself up. Now, let's forget that fight was a month and a half ago. It was a month and a half ago UFC two twenty eight is just a few day. I mean, it was like a few weeks away is said six weeks away. I understand that there's a need for main event. I understand that you can't have at that show with Nico, Montana versus Valentin shift check. Oh, it's just not gonna draw. But is that Kobe's fault? Is that tyrants fault? Should they suffer? That's their big fight. Should that suffer?.

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"malia cohen" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

01:58 min | 2 years ago

"malia cohen" Discussed on KCBS All News

"The all of us every right understand that we have to stand up right now unacceptable fused drivers here irritated by the traffic delay but most of the cars that are getting through in the direction that's open have been honking enthusiastic support for this group reporting live in downtown san francisco megan gold speak kcbs plans to look for radiological contamination on the former naval shipyard at hunters point are moving forward on two fronts kcbs jenner lane explains from san francisco on the same day that the us navy released plans to retest parcel g part of the shipyard where it lost confidence in its contractors cleanup job congresswoman nancy pelosi announced she secured funding for a scan of parcel a where hundreds of people already live they are supervisor malia cohen's constituents because there's so much distrust and just fear my question is why not retest parcel a we should scan it so that we can prove that personal as clean and if for some off reason that it is not claimed that we have more information that we can do diligence and clean up the soil she was also glad to learn the contractor accused of falsifying radiation data on parcel g is not part of the navy's retesting plan the public now has sixty days to comment on that some residents and environmental activists tell kcbs that if it does not include community oversight they won't trust those results either in san francisco general lane kcbs fire crews battling a grass fire in benicia this afternoon officials say the first reports of that vegetation fire burning along lake herman road came ended about two forty five several agencies are on the scene including benicia fire in solano county fire we'll have more for you as additional details come in now we're taking you out to the roadways we've got kcbs traffic was cheryl from your local honda dealers traffic.

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"malia cohen" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

01:36 min | 2 years ago

"malia cohen" Discussed on KQED Radio

"The imposition of trade tariffs against china the dow dropped eighty four points you're listening to npr news i'm tara siler the us navy today released its draft work plan for retesting one of the parcels at the former hunters point naval shipyard in san francisco after it was revealed that a contractor allegedly falsified soil testing data cake peter jon shuler reports the navy plans to conduct new tests for potential radiation contamination on a vacant parcel where the allegedly faked data came from it's also moving forward with testing another parcel after residents living there express their outrage at a board of supervisors hearing last month supervisor malia cohen represents the area quite frankly this is a small victory for the constituents and the people in sanford cisco and those people that are that are concerned a spokesman for the contractor tetra tech says the company stands by its work and says the navy's new tests will put to rest false statements and speculation i'm peter jon shuler k q we news union city police are investigating a shooting at a cemetery last night that left five people hospitalized two of the victims were found in critical condition but have stabilized since then all expecting to live union city mayor carol dutra over naci says the shooting came as a shock it's just been so quiet compared to the years when i was growing up and with the programs we do have in place i'm very happy that it's not a normal occurrence anymore officers say funeral services were being held at the chapel of the chimes during.

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"malia cohen" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

02:09 min | 2 years ago

"malia cohen" Discussed on KCBS All News

"On the former naval shipyard at hunters point or moving forward on two fronts kcbs gentle lane has more from san francisco on the same day that the us navy released plans to retest parcel g part of the shipyard where it lost confidence in its contractors cleanup job congresswoman nancy pelosi announced she secured funding for a scan of parcel a where hundreds of people already live they are supervisor malia cohen's constituents because there's so much distrust and just fear my question is why not retest parcel a we should scan it so that we can prove that parcel as clean and if for some off reason that it is not claim that we have for more information that we can do our due diligence and clean up the soil she was also glad to learn the contractor accused of falsifying radiation data on parcel g is not part of the navy's retesting plan the public now has sixty days to comment on that some residents and environmental activists tell kcbs that if it does not include community oversight they won't trust those results either in san francisco general lane kcbs after an alameda county judge refused to delay the trial of go ship defendants max harrison derek al'maunah lawyers on both sides are gearing up for what is expected to be the july sixteenth start of closely watched proceedings kcbs reporter holly kwon tells us it's expected testimony could take months derek omega and max harris are charged with thirty six counts of manslaughter for the deaths of party goers in the massive warehouse fire in december of two thousand sixteen brosse caterers planned to call fifty witnesses the defense says it has twenty five of its own including plans to call oakland mayor libby chef the trial could take up to six months defense attorneys argue it wasn't almeida and harris to blame for the hazardous conditions inside the ghost ship but it was the city it's inspectors and firefighters who knew about the dangers but did nothing about it alameda county da nancy o'malley knows given the international headlines at the time of the fire this trial is going to attract a lot of attention it surely will i mean you think about the impact of it you know the loss of life the the.

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"malia cohen" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:27 min | 2 years ago

"malia cohen" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Latest reports of bradley angel of green action for health and environmental justice good morning good morning good to have you here in san francisco supervisor malia cohen is also with us she's supervisor the district that includes hunters point welcome thank you good morning good morning to you let's let me begin if i can with you bradley angel because i'd like us to have maybe you just lay this out for us this is being called really the biggest case of fraud may be in us history i don't know if that's hyperbole or not but it's been compared to the volkswagen emission scandal and so forth and we're talking about a clean up that was supposed to be a cleanup turns out to be fraudulent this is one of the most shocking and really outrageous situations if you are a resident of bayview hunters point if you live in the bay area if you pay taxes if you care about health and justice and democracy you need to be up in arms valid scott at the hunters point shipyard which is in superfund site that was placed several decades ago i'm what's called the federal national priorities list as one of the most contaminated sites in the entire country and in your introduction you said it had undergone a huge cleanup well that was supposed to be what happened in fact what has come to light not just in the last few weeks or in the last few months but for years now falling on deaf ears of our elected officials and government regulatory and health agencies was that the cleanup was a farce apparently massive fraud and the government basically was deaf dumb and blind did not want to hear because they were pushing the building of thousands of new homes mostly upscale townhouses on a next to toxic and radioactive contaminated land the fact is that since two thousand twelve whistle blowers former employees have tetra tech the federal contractor they're blowing the whistle that there was fraud directed from high above in their company nobody in government listened the government publicly said everything was fine they sold hundreds of townhouses and it wasn't until september two thousand and sixteen thanks to green action the whistle blowers community residents law students from the golden gate law school environmental law and justice clinic.

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"malia cohen" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:12 min | 3 years ago

"malia cohen" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Mother is a widow's as in the first half as she wants to save his son heidi it's how only side at his head she's tired after tweeting hey as of living with d with children any jail perhaps she hasn't touched has southern twenty years a mother filled hearth listeners who decides to cooperate and who asks the coach to help get her son out of the mafia guarding apple buried yeah with that's no easy task breaking out of the clam can be lifethreatening leo garofolo for example was murdered in november two thousand the nine she wanted a better life for her daughter denise and reported her husband number and get a clam boss carlo go to the police in milan giuseppina she is alive but lives under police protection and a new name had testimony has put several members of the brain get behind bars among them her mother and her sister malia cohen jeter cut chula tried to bring her family to court two and went into hiding but then she wanted to see her children who had stayed with their grandparents she fell into a trap she was forced to drink hydrochloric acid to make her death look like suicide he warned in all all new mortar in any anymore they do not monitor theory y'all perhaps also due to the fear of violence there are still too many women who stay with the mafia families and take an active role juvenile judge roberto the dibella says she saw the ngong now i would imagine that i got some of the mothers of these youths we take care of cannot be convinced they keep indoctrinating their children while their husbands are in prison on are in charge and making sure the values of the clan are respected zonal other mothers of those we look after our tormenting themselves in mourning their dead bottle or did auto firm jahn there appears to be a small.

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"malia cohen" Discussed on KROQ 106.7FM

KROQ 106.7FM

02:39 min | 3 years ago

"malia cohen" Discussed on KROQ 106.7FM

"Give man when i laugh your doubled over at opel hell malia cohen law go to hell dog pasco like you're not collect here's what they tell beer mug in the in the meetings every single day there are times when thoughts come into your head and you don't need to either speak them out loud or tweet them look you could this rugged joy them in your head and say yeah that was that was and they thought the struggle israel you guys were they start screw in my chocolate villa face starts grew with me i don't like it thanks tweet bay craig kilborn thinking emoji that's it look at right now right that's a feature we all agree with you anyone else on here remember when journalist and broadcaster new the difference between a hung in hanged thinking g now k thanks bye i'm in a good point thank you joe wildly iranian why did the drive you crazy alley on every newscast is see them talking about chris cornell being hung he instead of hanged himself i won't at could i just bring up that may be what happened in the sadness of a person ending his life is more important than no usage of the love her that it's all by grammar most i mean there was a there was a time when russia's words separately because then we should with graf gestures noone i've just say it loves that legitimate upside yuling rents to perry checkers with me on the burqa barrel idyllic when being shakes his finger at people enjoy that well with the new fish manila referees thinking guys tweet to the xfinity customer service lady in india i spoke to if your name is really kylie i'll send you a million rupees hashtag prove it what do i have all been there were they were the person in india pretends to be it in the america all right the legend riven she's working on a customer service line spammy mirror matter make currencies the fact that she she just changes her name to sally or something like that if your name has been tang just be bintang tang an own goal be sally i'm just saying it sounds racist because started off realising all the person on the other end of the customer service line is a liar because the first words out of their melara's hi my name.

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"malia cohen" Discussed on WJNT 1180 AM

WJNT 1180 AM

02:44 min | 3 years ago

"malia cohen" Discussed on WJNT 1180 AM

"Now we have the morning schmo and of course sitting next to him as mr schmo if you want to really here at done their heads somebody that has nothing unique profound substantive racing intriguing interesting entertaining to say than joe scarborough zhuge whoops eight said his name now here's what the morning schmo had to add cut twelve go so here you have the present the united states now donald trump sixteen years later using a terrorist attack when we should all come together the take cheap are led stabber we're all coming together you clown we're all coming together were together now what do we do work together with all come together we've all come together and we want to get rid of this program that causes us mayhem so we're all coming together joe you come in with us you come up with us all can you all come together power co malia cohen y'all come together where together now what what they really mean is don't talk about the program don't talk about schumer don't talk about immigration jess come together go ahead shots against members of the opposing party now is not the time now is not the plays had shut up you idiot missed to come together what a joke what a joke this guy is all the come together crowd schumer the morning schmahl their balkanize irs their tribal lists their dividers come together we're all coming together as americans we despised what's taken place where enormously concerned about our fellow citizens i only want something done about this to the extent things can be done about it and things can be done to limit to limit what's taking place you're not allowed to discuss it can we all come together when we all rodney king i bet we are but you know mike hough uh he's a he's a top leadership republican in the house i believe he's the chairman of the house homeland security committee or maybe the intelligence committee cheif who's now at fox he was a chairman of a of an important committee in the house of representatives i told you about good let they all agree with me and i agree with them and we all agree with trump and he agrees with us this is call common sense is nothing right wing about it there's nothing radical about it there's nothing to vis of about it either you want to.

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"malia cohen" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

01:44 min | 3 years ago

"malia cohen" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Will be sent to president trump's task you're listening to n pr news from kqed news i'm penny nelson the berkeley city council today voted to allow police to use pepper spray during protests the 63 vote changes at twenty year policy banning its use in crowd control situations from outside city hall kqed's tara seiler report it's the change allows police to use the chemical irritant only on people committing violence emergency proposal came in response to thursday's scheduled appearance on the uc berkeley campus of right wing talk show host ben shapiro in expected protests over the coming weeks the police chief requested the change saying berkeley had become a battleground for what he called extremist groups net police needed more techniques it was a packed meeting with scores of people giving public comment only a few in favor of the proposal to change the pepper spray policy the vast majority objecting several council members also expressing reservations but in the end majority voted to grant the police their request i'm tara seiler kqed news meanwhile san francisco supervisors voted today to temporarily halt permits for new cannabis dispensaries in the city the 45 day moratorium will allow the board to develop a consistent framework for regulation before the sale of recreational marijuana becomes legal next year supervisor malia cohen says it will also by the board time to draft zoning laws that would distribute dispensaries equally throughout the city this is about taking a short pause and our process so that we can work on the longterm vision of an industry that is projected to have 20 billion dollars edged by 2020 to cohen says the board well focus on drafting paul letsie's that.

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"malia cohen" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:31 min | 3 years ago

"malia cohen" Discussed on KQED Radio

"The losses and tax revenue would be too great to bear foxconn wants to build a twenty million squarefoot facility in southeastern wisconsin the company could eventually employ up to thirteen thousand workers assembling lcd displays republicans who control the legislature say wisconsin needs the jobs with the average salary estimated at fifty four thousand dollars per year for npr news i'm marty michelson in milwaukee on wall street at this hour the dow jones industrial average is down eighty nine points the nasdaq is down nearly forty nine points you're listening to npr news from cake news i'm brian watt federal parks officials are reconsidering the permit application by the group patriot prayer for a planned rally at san francisco's chrissy field in a statement yesterday the national park service's golden gate recreation area acknowledged the ongoing negative response from members of the public senator diane feinstein is urging the agency to deny a permit to the group for its august 26th gathering she says patriot prayer attracts white nationalist and other hate groups to which rallies with the intent to provoke unrest the national park service said it's taking very seriously the public's concerns and will make a final determination on the permit in the coming days just a month ago it looked like san francisco would ban the sale of flavored tobacco but a new coalition has gathered enough signatures to fight the measure here's health reporter laura clive it's the opposition group is pushing back against the board of supervisors unanimous adoption of a ban on flavor tobacco the ban would have prevented the sale not the use of products like flavored e cigarettes and menthol i a row haass's the spokesman for the opposition group it includes business owners and is funded by at abaco company if we allow this to happen went out will the board of supervisors or local government tried to force upon the voter apathy the supervisor malia cohen introduced the pan she says it some of the strongest legislation of its kind that's why it's getting so much pushback from the tobacco industry now the ban will go back to the board of supervisors they'll either rescinded or turn it over to voters next year i'm laura clements kqed news more news online at kqed dot org i'm brian watt support comes from stanford health care where every day stanford medicine doctors provide innovative treatments and advanced patient care coming up on morning edition steve bannon manned.

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"malia cohen" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:04 min | 3 years ago

"malia cohen" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Of the socalled cap and trade policy from capitol public radio been bradford reports he gave heated testimony today in sacramento in california businesses by in trade the right to produce emissions it's a market for pollution that shrinks over time but kevin trade is set to expire and 2020 brown's lobbying lawmakers to continue it as the most efficient way to fight climate change physican for me i'm dead is for you this for you still marill so just ask to take it seriously and give a set for california is responsible for about one percent of global emissions but brown believes the state can demonstrate climate change policies to other governments including china and mexico for npr news i'm ben bradford in sacramento federal regulators have conditionally approved exploratory oil and gas drilling and alaska's beaufort sea the conditions include obtaining permits to drill from alaska and other federal agencies environmental groups object to offshore drilling and say potential spills but polar bears and other marine life at risk stocks finish lightly higher on wall street the dow rose twenty points you're listening to in pr news from kqed news i'm penny nelson the tobacco industry is launching a campaign to overturn a san francisco law banning the sale of flavor tobacco products he qe dis peter john shuler reports less than a month after the board of supervisors approved the ban an industry coalition including tobacco giant rj reynolds is gathering signatures to put a referendum on the june 20 ballot campaign spokesman hibero haas government year up visa of overreach unchanged right people of how they should live their lives i trust that san franciscans will decline at finders ridiculous attempt to put profit over people's house ordinance sponsor supervisor malia cohen says the campaign is a desperate attempt by the industry to hang on to fruitflavored menthol tobacco products that appeal mainly to youth she hopes other cities will follow san francisco's lead i'm peter john shuler kqed.

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