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"nancy skinner" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO
"A group of Oakland mothers when Dominique Walker was evicted from a vacant home in Oakland last month she vowed moms for housing would not go quietly into the night we're going to have to show them that same people power that we had in fifteen minutes we're going to have the show up like that their actions have now prompted Berkeley state senator Nancy Skinner to propose legislation that would allow cities to find landlords if they let their property sit vacant for more than ninety days for bill would also give local governments the right to seize those properties from corporations and use them for affordable housing many of them are just hold knows homes leaving a vacant and what we have to type the crisis that we have now with people living on the streets we can't justify any homes being vacant it's estimated there over a million vacant homes in California based on U. S. census data if this bill passes it would likely face multiple legal challenges on the grounds that landlords do have the right to not rent out their own property values Matt bigger reporting for us from the bay area lawyers for the accused Golden State killer fighting against new DNA samples to be used in Joseph DeAngelis upcoming hearing a warrant for new samples were question from the Sacramento county DA for prosecutors in Ventura Santa Barbara and Contra Costa counties still not clear why the new samples were requested the actual facing murder and kidnapping charges stuck in traffic right now we've got some troubles right now talking the five freeway sig alert there continues this is just past Mr blog go four mile back up this big rig fire clean up continues right lane is blocked we'll help you through it we check your driving less than four minutes eleven forty one the world is changing at a rate like never before so why is in education it's rare university we make transfer credits simple create binge were the course content to keep you engaged and design a I power to to help you graduate.
"nancy skinner" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP
"Dr pepper. there were on the road again and we're going home. even better trade for live from south bend with the Irish take on the Trojan. just figure out. can we go on the road. some insurance also brought to you by doctor pepper fly from roars public house in south bend for U. S. C. Notre Dame Friday October eleventh at six eastern on ESPN radio and ESPN two. college football. the news the football season is may have that's why they're reminding fans that it may have been show up on game day I'm not sure what can happen the rest of the week so get better protected with Allstate. college gameday on ESPN radio thirteen minutes away from the noon eastern time kicks when made him could ensue magic Brad Edwards and Trevor Matich also thirteen out twelve minutes away from talking with senator Nancy Skinner out of California was the first person she actually proposed that a bill to sixty fair pay to play act get some.
"nancy skinner" Discussed on KCBS All News
"Weather together on the eighth on all news one of six nine an A. M. seven forty KCBS KCBS news time twelve oh nine top university athletes in California will be cashing in with endorsements another money making appearances under legislation signed into law by the governor KCBS reporter Tim Ryan tells us the issue is so red hot that it purposely won't go into effect for another three year governor Newsome rejected pleas from the NCAA in university presidents and boosters deciding it's about time for athletes to earn a living from their names images and likenesses re balancing the power now what student athletes on par with institutions that balance of power it's been diverted over the course of many many years the fair pay to play act written by senator Nancy Skinner of Berkeley NCQA the ball's in your court you now have the ability to do the right thing and give every student athletes across the country the right to their name image and likeness top university coaches earned millions and of those who actually break a sweat or break a leg not a dime that will change when twenty twenty three rolls along although the NCAA has threatened litigation saying that there must be a clear line between amateur and professional sports Tim Ryan KCBS okay CVS is Kerry who does that continues the story senator Nancy Skinner who co authored the bill says it will particularly affect female athletes senator Nancy Skinner says women athletes are specially impacted by NC double a rules that prevent them from making endorsement deals which can then hurt their chances of going professional he says college may be the only time the spotlight shone on them for the women. ready to promote themselves market themselves while they're college athlete will not only benefit them individually and potentially get them sponsorships it also could totally elevate women's sports California is the first state to allow college athletes to get paid other states could follow suit the NC double a however could fight back for the NC two eight the ball's in their court they could fix this and they they have the power to basically give this right to student athletes across the U. S. create a level playing field and we wouldn't have to worry about state legislation the legislation takes effect in twenty twenty three which Skinner believes is enough time for the NC double a and colleges to adjust and accommodate the new role this is a fundamental right that each and everyone of us half why wouldn't a student athlete have it also in Oakland's carried a sack.
What's Next After California Signs Game Changer 'Fair Pay to Play' Act Into Law?
"University athletes in California whose talents make them marketable we'll be drawing endorsements beginning in the year twenty twenty three KCBS is Tim Ryan has more on the new law it's called fair pay to play. she signed the legislation on lebron James TV program saying it's time to allow university athletes to cash in on their fame college sports is a fourteen plus billion dollar a year industry a revenue in the NC to weigh in excess of a billion dollars and that money it has not necessarily benefit athletes the NC a a threatens to sue saying there must be a line between professional and amateur sports news and says other states will follow because the public realizes the unfairness of Paine college coaches millions each year and athletes nothing but I think what they have is a bigger problem it's not a legal problem now in nor is it a legal problem for us they have a public opinion problem the public is way ahead of them it's not like Calar Stanford will have to pay players but if a quarterback or a wide receiver endorses say a new shoe or a line of sportswear well changing Tim Ryan KCBS state senator Nancy Skinner of Oakland Berkeley champion that college athletes bill and KCBS is Kerry who the sex of Skinner response to push back from the NC double a starting in twenty twenty three college athletes can get paid it's a move senator Nancy Skinner believes is long overdue this is a fundamental right that each and everyone of us half why wouldn't steal athlete have it also the bill gives student athletes the ability to make endorsement deals which is not sitting too well with the NC double a who say it would make fairness and equity among student athletes quote unattainable but Skinner says athletes should be allowed to profit off their image the NC to ease rules basically prevent a swimmer from teaching swimming lessons or being a lifeguard know how absurd is that she hopes the NC double a will create a level playing field for student athletes across the nation as more states consider similar legislation with so many states acting in the NC two eight there Este. and simply they say that why this is not good is because it's creating the with California is going to give itself an advantage over other states and the athletes in other states the NC twenty can stop that right now in Oakland carried a sack
LeBron James continues fight against NCAA, announcing support of 'Fair Pay to Play' Act
"College sports yes you're listening to caspian los angeles lebron james has this thing called the shop right this show on HBO and gavin newsom the governor of california has been talking about newsome awesome was a baseball player at santa clara yes so he knows that they monetize student athletes all the time so you do you have this i do okay this was newsome with lebron maverick carter on the uninterrupted deciding whether or not to sign a bill that would allow college athletes to be able to monetize their name and likeness and to be able to make endorsements our cash here's gavin newsom i don't want to say this is checkmate this i don't want to say this checkmate but this is a major problem for them to be brought the maverick carter put pen to paper right now what is going to change and what's it gonna do it's going to initiate initiate dozens of other states introduced similar legislation and it's going to change college sports for the better by having now the interest finally of the athletes on par with the interests of the institutions now we're rebalancing that power arrangement let's do it let's do all right so he actually signs the bill on tv cowboy this this is this is number one reason reason why we've created this platform to be able to have moments like this where we got the governor of california signing a bill to allow athletes in college in here's a little bit more from lebron sure i don't wanna say this house opinion about it went off to any one of these big time colleges where i'm pretty much that twenty-three jersey would've sold all over the place without my name on the bag but everybody would have known the likeness my body would have been on the NCAA basketball game two thousand and four and the sosthene center would have been sold ought every single night there so coming from the this me and my mom we didn't have anything we wouldn't have been able to benefit at all from it and the university of neighbor to capitalize on everything that i would have been for that year or two or whatever so understand and with those kids are going through i feel for those who've mcguire that's wild personal in that obviously was today at training camp mason and orland ESPN LA lebron james there you heard from gavin newsom to me this is the silver bullet solution to paying college college athletes it is well first of all let's make a point here though this particular bill does not authorize colleges colleges to pay athletes what it allows is for them to make money off of their name and outside agent and to be able to be due to endorse somebody or something like to endorse nike if you're a top-flight athlete and this to me is a very fair way to deal with compensating college athletes because those athletes with a high profile will make a bunch of money those athletes without a high profile won't necessarily make anything so to me this makes perfect and complete sense if you are as he said lebron james at the collegiate level last year if you were zion williamson you could have been a nike endorser by the time you were a freshman at duke and it would have been totally okay the biggest stars would make the biggest money and and that's the way college sports should move forward this is insanely overdo it should've happened a long time ago ed o'bannon was in the room and ed o'bannon was the guy hi who originally filed a lawsuit against these guys because he was the face of a video game that made millions of dollars and he got zero from it when when he when the national championship at UCLA the NCAA which if you listen to the show you know i think a bunch of phonies and i wish the whole organization organization will go away but the NCAA makes billions with a b. often these kids billions and as brand points tout the kids often in the case of of some of these inner city kids come from poor households come from single parent households could really use a little bit of what all this money that they're making and and let's make no mistake here when lebron stock would not allow us ed oh man manning is an example when obama was at UCLA they sold a number thirty one UCLA basketball jersey in the student store that sold out as fast as they can get it in their UCLA was ranked number one in the country ed o'bannon wore number thirty one and they were all wearing it at the games how do you make the argument that that's not his name and likeness of course it's his name and likeness and if he is being marketed and sold like that he's entitled to a percentage uh of the prophets and the funny thing was mace they wouldn't put his name on the back so his actual jersey would say o'bannon by the students store would just be number thirty you're just get around paying him and lebron's one hundred percent right yep that that this is something that that should happen a long time ago i'm glad that gavin newsom here's some stake in the lead on this and your next thing's going to be well the NCAA is threatening to keep teams from california out of let's say the college football the playoffs are out of the NCAA tournament the way this bill was written first of all it doesn't come into effect till twenty two twenty three correct so nobody that's a student now is going to benefit from it it's it's gonna start in twenty twenty three and they've written the bill in a way that the NCAA can't do that can't can't single them out that's how they've prepared the bill how's that we'll read it read the LA times article today it explains it in detail they've written the bill which basically soclean prohibits anyone from in indemnified these kids from being ruled eligible for this for this specific so campaign NCWA keep a school out if a player is making money i don't think they can well that's what that's what the NC double a. threatened has threatened to do but the way this is written is that it would make it illegal for them to i would compare to the donald sterling case donald sterling when he sued the the NBA his shelly had already indemnified the the sterling's from being able to so he was an essence ensuing himself off the NCAA if you read the times article today it lays out in detail how the NCAA can try they can try and and do this but the way the bill has been written is it would not threaten their eligibility now the NCAA rules they try and change the rules but andrew how they're going to do it with new awesome i think this is going to it's going to force the other states to what is it going to go on like i i can imagine a world where if california's by itself and california schools i would imagine since he NCW becoming an advantage owns the college football playoff and runs the NC double a. tournament i can imagine them being excluded however this bill is now picking up steam in south carolina it's which would affect clemson it's picking up the contrary very to you know dabo sweeney who says the day college athletes get paid he's gonna walk away so this guy with one hundred million dollars guaranteed state of new york is now pushing this legislation nation i think the reason why twenty twenty three why in five years this goes into effect is to allow other states to catch up to the state of california when you're which by the way other states are always catching up to the state of california right well think about it if the other states don't follow suit it gives the the state of california a tremendous advantage in recruiting and other stuff they have to follow suit or their kneecapping their own teams is the the interesting thing to me is that so many people at the NCAA we are now trying to say no no no this this is a bad thing it's a bad thing because of course they're going to say that it puts them out of business it takes money out of their pocket but you know what you watch all the conferences are gonna come out and they're going to say they're disappointed the twelve does say they're disappointed in the past passage of SP SP to a six believes it will have a significant negative consequence for our student athletes and broader universities in california well of course they're going to say that larry scott by the way makes five point three million in dollars per year and he's not good at his job now he's terrible terrible it is a job okay so the bill and it was the person who brought it to the due to the floor was a state senator named nancy skinner she's a democrat out of berkeley and here's what i was talking about with you before present sound too liberal prohibits hits the NCAA from barring a university from competition if it's athletes are compensated the university of california system the california l. a. -fornia state university schools stamford in USC all opposed the bill saying they feared it would increase costs to ensure compliance with the law and lead defines or expulsion but the bill specifically prohibits the from barring university from doing that so let's see how it all plays out now he's newsom said that that presidents and boosters urged him to veto the bill let he felt strongly the state needed to address the racial gender and economic injustices justices that exists now in college good firm decision absolutely the right thing let's see where it goes
"nancy skinner" Discussed on KCBS All News
"For grades six through eight until twenty twenty five democratic senator Nancy Skinner who authored the bill says state data shows students of color are more likely to be suspended for willful defiance than white students the new law takes effect next July coming up on KCBS can you own a phrase maybe if you're a famous sports guy. in a famous sports guy jokes use Jones is now he's got to. a little bit of college athletes and how they may be able to get some level of compensation paying college athletes that's been a hotly debated topic for many years yesterday the California State Assembly voting seventy two to nothing in favor of the proposed law known as the fair pay to play act which would make it illegal for colleges and universities in California to strip the athletes of scholarship or eligibility as punishment for an athlete profiting from their name image or likeness basically it means that college athletes in California would now be able to do endorsements and make money while they're in school the same opportunity that's afforded to everybody who is not a college athlete the amended bill will now head back to the state Senate for a vote the state Senate voted on a similar bill back in may before changes were made the NC double a has opposed the bill and threatened that they may exclude California schools from participating in national championship games if they're operating under a different set of rules and regulations than schools from other states the NC double a says that they would like more time to consider an organizational will change regarding athlete compensation but G. billets of ESPN says that the NC double a is getting ready for some new changes. and for those I do think they would like things to remain the same so that they have control over all of the money they have control over the players this is really about power and control as much as it is about money the final regular season for the Oakland Raiders has gotten under way and despite all the noise of perceived drama he looked very sharp and twenty four sixteen whenever the Broncos victory snapping a seven game losing skid for the silver and black during week one home games and rookie running back Josh Jacobs impressed with eighty five yards rushing he all than a twenty eight yard pass as well he's the first reader with a hundred yards of offense in two touchdowns in his NFL debut since let Danny and Tomlinson in two thousand and one at the sports desk Joe Hughes KCBS the satellite lounge.
"nancy skinner" Discussed on KCBS All News
"I wrote this next song from Cheyenne should never have told her how progressives collision insurance covers injured dogs and cats she said if they could love her pooch as much as she did so good high well I could this next song is called cat person you was run the cat progressive casualty insurance company coverage not available New Hampshire North Carolina okay CBS news time nine twelve California schools may soon be banned from suspending students to become disruptive in the classroom KCBS reporter Bob Butler says the author of the bill wants to get rid of suspensions for all but the most serious misbehavior students who defied their teacher or disrupt class can now be suspended or expelled our job is to keep kids in school and to help them become successful tensions tell students they're not wanted state senator Nancy Skinner says those students have a harder time graduating when we talk about the school to prison pipeline students that are suspended multiple times are far more likely to end up incarcerated before nineteen there's a loss of Spencer or explosion for serious offenses like violence there's many many many other categories of suspension of course they can be suspended but if they're just you know they're in a bad mood that day or a day and the teacher aren't getting along that's not a reason to suspend the student in San Francisco but.
"nancy skinner" Discussed on KOMO
"And the question is could the fair pay to play act pave the way toward the end of amateurism in collegiate athletics? That's how one newspaper headline read about this Bill, making its way through the California state legislature, which would allow students to be able to, you know, sign up get themselves an agent who can negotiate for them to do endorsements and be able to start raking in some of the money. But everybody else is making off their work that they do you know on the basketball courts and the gridiron and every place else, where there, you know, where they're out there, especially with the NC A, which has been the target of lawsuits and attempts by state legislatures to deal with that, all these financial arrangements that they have with lights and the. A relatively small amount of money that some describe being fed back into sports scholarships. So, you know, it's an issue it's been around for a while. There's a lot of you know, behind the scenes, you know, ways of getting money, funneling money illegally to the students. I say illegally but against the sporting world's rules at any rate. So there's a lot of that kind of stuff going on, you know, kind of a black market there. And, you know, should you get rid of that. I mean you're you're teaching students already to be dishonest. That's not very good. So there's a lot of bending of rules as they are. So, you know how do we do with this college athletes were supposed to be college athletes? Not a big business, but it is now more business than almost anything else. And of course, a lot of people really, really enjoy it. So everybody's profiting off it. Except the students at least in any open and above board way. That's what we want to talk about this morning. Our number is eight hundred seven three six three six six going to bring in Jim Roope. Now from California to talk about what's happening there in the California state legislature. Jim. Michael the first thing. Democratic state Senator Nancy Skinner wants us to know about the fair pay to play act is not professionalize. Our college athletics meeting, the Bill would not require college athletes at both public and private schools to get paid by the school, but rather afford college athletes, the same. Right, that amateur Olympic athletes have to seek sponsorships or endorsements. She says college athletes are the only group of students who can't make money an example by democratic Senator Richard.
"nancy skinner" Discussed on KQED Radio
"State Senator Nancy Skinner and assembly members, Buffy wicks, and rob Bonte say corporations should put some of the windfall. They received from President Trump's fourteen percent corporate tax rate cut toward California schools. Senator Nancy Skinner is leading the effort and joins us. Now, you're Bill SP thirty seven would raise corporate income taxes by two percent on the very top companies doing business in California. So you're talking about Facebook, Google McDonalds, we're talking about the largest most profitable companies. So it's only about point two percent of the corporations that do business here just two thousand corporations nationwide in the taxes on these companies. Would be higher if their CEO's make a lot more than their average worker. So for example, a company where the CEO making three hundred times more with either tax go from the current nearly nine percent to nearly fifteen percent. What's behind that? CEO salary provisions in your day, thirty seven has progressive design, and it increases the base rate for this very small number of very profitable corporations. But then it says corporations do better CEO's make three hundred four hundred five hundred times what their average employee make and in California that income inequity gap is the fourth heist in the entire US. And I'm sure you've done the math on this. In terms of how much it would generate for the state on an annual basis. How much more your Bill would help bring revenue in the base is very modest. It would only bring in about two billion two point five billion. And if all of the companies that have these really outrageous CEO pay compared to employ pay don't do anything, then we're estimated to bring in five billion, and this money would be appropriate to the states k twelve schools the money would go to California general fund, but our general fund because of prop ninety eight fifty percent of it goes to our school. So the majority of the money that this corporate tax would raise would go to schools is it isn't actually specifically appropriated then no we did not put it in as a earmark because our other interest is our early education programs are programs for kids, and those are not only covered by our Kate through twelve funding. So that's why we wanted it to be brought her when corporate tax increases have been tried in the past there typically met with concerns about companies leaving the state or no. Longer wanting to business in the state to how do you respond to those? Well, this Bill is designed to affect any corporation that does business with California. So there's no motivation to leave California because leaving it or not it would still fact you, and it is corporations that got Trump tax benefit. In fact, the corporations that this tax would affect our pocketing between seventeen to twenty billion that they had to pay to the IRS pre twenty seventeen. Now, they're getting to keep in their pockets. Corporate taxes are also tough to pass because you'd need a two thirds majority of lawmakers. Do you have the votes any tax in California requires two-thirds, that's one of the misguided measures that prop thirteen put into effect? But I think just right to have corporations pay their fair share. And do you have governor Newsom support most of our tax income comes from personal income tax? So this is a more. Sustainable revenue source, and we think that this may be of interest the governor since he's looking at how do we create a little more stability in California's revenue East Bay state Senator Nancy Skinner, thanks.
"nancy skinner" Discussed on KCBS All News
"KCBS news time now at four fifty one. As her Newswatch continues Sabet area state Senator has introduced a Bill to allow college athletes to make. Make money from sponsorships KCBS is making v reports. Berkeley state Senator Nancy Skinner says they should have the same treatment as Olympia probably heard the stories about college athletes living below the poverty line even going without food because they dedicate all of their time to their sport. And don't have time to work. Our college athletes are wearing a logos of every. What they're out there on that field and. Beginning in compensation for the fact that they're wearing no corporations are making a lot of money off of that as already universities as are many other entities. The college athletes should share in that. So Skinner has co introduced the fair pay to play act which she does expect to the NCAA to fight every attempt in the past. Whether it's a court case or legislation by other legislators NC two A has fought. But I think we've come to a point where people really understand that athletic talent has value and that these college athletes have been exploited for a very long time by deeply unfair system under the new law, college athletes would be able to make money from their image and their name, which they're prohibited from doing now Skinner says these college athletes should have the same right to make money as Olympic athletes now have making gold, speak KCBS. Case against news time now four fifty two here's MARCY, David with food news, really delicious bone. Broth does not need to be complicated. It doesn't even need a recipe. It's a simple enough thing to do. But so many recipes that I see are also very wasteful. For instance, a recipe that calls for boiling, a whole chicken for two or three hours tells you at the end to be sure to save the chicken parts to us for some other use. I can't imagine. What else you do with them? Because by that time, they sorta tastes like sawdust. There's no flavor makes the bone broth out of bones. If you happen to have a whole chicken around, and you need some cooked chicken, go ahead and cook the chicken as soon as it's cooked to the degree of tenderness that you like take it out Bonet put all of the bones in the skin back in the pot. Otherwise, just buy bonds and want a recipe calls for chopping up. A couple of carrots by a whole bunch of carrots peel, all of the carrots, put all the peelings carrots in there and save the carrots themselves. You can add some of them if you're making a soup as a garnish or you could just eat them. Or however else you'd like to eat carrots celery, use the trimmings parsley stems go beautifully you ever buy fennel that long green stock on the fennel is the tastiest most aromatic part of this. But it's also so chilly that you can't really either put that in a stock pot and let it simmer. A little bit of spice if you'd like to three hours let it simmer until you get the flavor, you want strain, it and pack up for the freezer. I like to have one Cup containers to add as a broth into stews and one court containers, if I'm going to use it for a soup, but it's so simple in this time of year. We really enjoy it Narsey David KCBS.
"nancy skinner" Discussed on KCBS All News
"KCBS news time twelve forty two bay area. State Senator has introduced a Bill to allow college athletes to make money from sponsorships as KCBS. Megan gold's be reports. Berkeley state Senator Nancy Skinner says they should have the same treatment as Olympians you've probably heard the stories about college athletes living below the poverty line even going without food because they dedicate all of their time to their sport. And don't have time to work college. Athletes are wearing a logos of every there. When they're out there on backfield and are taking in compensation for the fact that they're wearing no corporations are making a lot of money off of that. As are the universities. As are many other entities, the college athletes should share in that. So Skinner has co introduced the fair pay to play act, which she does expect to the NCAA to fight every attempt in the past whether it's a court taste or legislation by other legislators NC two A has what? But I think we've come to a point where people really understand that athletic talent has value and that these college athletes have been exploited pray very long time by deeply unfair system under the new law, college athletes would be able to make money from their image and their name, which they're prohibited from doing now Skinner says these college athletes should have the same right to make money as Olympic athletes now have making gold speak KCBS, a bald eagle that was shot with a pellet gun and rescued last week in Petaluma was Ethan is yesterday morning sonoma's county wildlife. Rescue says the male eagle was found with a fractured ring wing rather near corona road in Petaluma and was taken to the veterinary hospital at.
"nancy skinner" Discussed on KCBS All News
"KCBS news time eleven forty two college athletes currently are not allowed to make any money off merchandise, featuring their names or pictures, and there's a lot of that merchandise out there, but it's KCBS has Megan gold's be reports state Senator from the bay area is trying to change that state. Senator Nancy Skinner of Berkeley has co authored the fair pay to play act making college athletes be able to to share in the revenues on their like images they're wearing a sports logo contract. Like at the Olympic athletes are able to is the first step, but I think ultimately college athletes deserve compensation for their work as in a paycheck. She says, but first things first this Bill is likely going to see a fight from the NCAA who could perhaps even consider barring California schools from championships. They choose to do that. But you've got to look at number of colleges with extraordinarily good teams that play a very significant role in NC to ace. Base basically profitability and all of the sponsorship that is associated with that also which universities are not the only ones who are making money off the back. So seems hard to imagine that they would cut off that cash cow college sports, especially basketball and football, generate billions of dollars for the schools corporate sponsors, and the media outlets, but the athletes aren't allowed to receive any of it leaving some of them living below the poverty line. Megan gold, speak KCBS. The moment. My son saw Redwood tree. Is the moment. I knew that for him. You can't even see the top of that thing even the sky has no limit. There are some moments.
"nancy skinner" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO
"Five thirty eight while police unions around California fight to keep some discipline records sacred. The author of a new transparency law insists to her legislation makes past files public. The law gives the public access to records on internal investigations have shootings and other serious uses of force by officers and confirmed cases of sexual assault and line on the job opponents in LA another counties argue incidents that took place before January first when the law went into effect should be excluded. The lawsuits are turn a lot of snow. Senator Nancy Skinner insists her legislation applies to any and all records, regardless of when those documents were created or when the. Underlying conduct occurred. Four years. Of course. Records. Flurry right now. That's right now. So coming few and far between. Police unions have persuaded some judges to temporarily blocked the release of older records the LA times on other media outlets are fighting that Claudia pests cusak. KNX ten seventy NewsRadio five thirty nine KNX. Two brothers. From LA are expected to be sentenced to federal prison today for trying to hide money and offshore accounts. They face at least three years in custody. Restitution and other penalties for falsifying their tax returns to California controller trying to do a little matchmaking just ahead of Valentine's Day, putting you together with some unclaimed property fear. More than forty eight million unclaimed properties worth a combined nine point three billion dollars on the state's claim it site..
"nancy skinner" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"Senate Bill fourteen twenty one went into effect beginning of the year. And as you know, a police unions don't like this law because it makes it easier to get records on police officers involved in incidents, and one of the big fights is the retroactive, and it doesn't say in the Bill, right? And this is one of those. And this the problem with with writing any Bill is consequences in misinterpretation. It is not easy to write a good Bill. No, legislator writes, his own Bill Tonelli, there are legislative analysts and writers in the office that actually right bills. And so this one looks like it slipped through the cracks. Yeah. So then Nancy Skinner Senator state Senator Nancy Skinner's sent a one page letter saying, well, what I meant what I had in mind is that it would be retroactive is that gonna fly in in the courts. Well, one of the things that the courts will look at is legislative intent now. Is not determinative. But they do look the courts will look at usually look at all ready. Existing records of weightless discussed for example, on the floor of the Senate about the Bill. That's legislative intent this is her after the against already been. Oh, yeah. This is what I had in my head that I never said out loud. I don't think that's going to fly. Although it may it may influence the judges, but they look at testimony, right? They look at the notes that are passed back and forth, regarding the words, the wording and the intent they look at everything when when it's a close call how hard is it to just put in the law retroactive, they didn't think about that. So they will have to pass it again. And how hard is that going to do with the Democrats in power? Well, this one's a doozy. Man who was already on probation for a DUI. He was caught driving with a potentially fatal level of alcohol in.
"nancy skinner" Discussed on Newsradio 830 WCCO
"Welcome back to America in the morning, twelve before the hour, a California man sentenced to prison for murder is the first person to be released based on a new controversial state law. Jim Roope has the story. It was the so-called accomplice law through which you can literally be charged with murder and convicted of murder and then sentenced for life without committing murder. And without even being present at the time of the crime democratic state Senator Nancy Skinner who authored the Bill that became law on January first which changed the previous law. Those who opposed it say, it's not as simple as the way Skinner just laid it out the law stated that if you are involved in a crime during which a murderer resulted, even if you did not commit that murder. Even if you are out waiting in the car, you are still accountable for the murder since you are involved in the crime that resulted in the murder what happened to. To add non Khan. He was sentenced to twenty five years to life for felony murder. But he did not commit the murder. He and his partner were robbing a marijuana dealer in March of two thousand three and cons partner. Stabbed the dealer to death. The accomplice law opponents of the law say among other things it takes away the deterrent factor. Supporters say it's only fair, and that those who actually commit the murder would be held responsible for it. Con was released over the weekend. The first person to be resentenced under the new law. So the murder conviction was scratched con was released with time served for the robbery conviction. Kate Chatfield is concentrate the facts were never disputed.
"nancy skinner" Discussed on KCBS All News
"Senator Nancy Skinner has been signed into law by the governor at gives union officers the right to the necessary time away from their regular job duties to fulfill their union duties without loss of pay or benefits and at no cost to their employer. Employers. According to Skinner's office will be reimbursed for the full value of time union leaders take off. For the third time. The governor has vetoed three bills that would ban smoking at state parks and beaches, three bills authored by state assembly member, Mark LeVine of Moran. And state Senator is Steven Glazer of Arinda would have also required officials to post signs notifying, people of the van tells KCBS, it's a serious public, health and environmental issue. I took my children to the beach this past summer, and the first thing my daughter asked me was why there were so many cigarettes in the sand. This is a huge problem for anyone who wants to relax and enjoy themselves. Not fall to the danger of secondhand smoke, which causes cancer. And of course, to protect the natural environment and wildlife in our parks and beaches. Levine tells KCBS the need for the Bill is more urgent after a year of multiple deadly wildfires in his veto message. The governor says there are already a number of laws regulating where people can smoke, and it should be allowed in open spaces KCBS news time now at four twelve and we'll be checking sports next when posting on most job sites. You get candidates. I'm the sales director sales driving sales director you're looking for. But when you posted indeed dot com, you get the candidates just right for you. I'm a sales director with an MBA over ten years experience. Who's also fluent in Japanese.
Senator Nancy Skinner and One Million Dollars discussed on KCBS Radio Weekend News
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Connecticut man faces charges after shooting at “ghost”
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Gunman who killed five at Florida airport to get life in prison
"That sentencing, today in Florida for the man who shot and killed, five people and wounded six others at fort Lauderdale's. Airport nineteen months ago, CBS's Peter King Esteban Santiago is received five life prison terms. Plus one hundred twenty years in exchange for prosecutors not pursuing the death penalty the Iraq. War veteran was found to, be schizophrenic but still competent to stand trial he initially told the FBI he was under government, mine In control then falsely claimed he acted, in support of Islamic state. Extremists Santa Iago agreed to the plea
"nancy skinner" Discussed on KCBS All News
"The mid to upper sixty s away from the water representing about a five to seven degrees cooler than average weekend next week we will warm back up to normal i with sunshine likely well into the seventies by the middle of next week we were talking about some showers shower chance for the north bay that continues to move north i think aside from lake and mendocino county now that's the only chance of rain we're going to stay dry but we will be cooler i'm meteorologist paul the nf kpi experiment kcbs forecast they'll floor still people housed in prisons hospitals and nursing homes in california to be given a vegan menu option they will if lawmakers passed a bill proposed by state senator nancy skinner from berkeley are in fill materials spoke to kcbs anchors jeff bell and patty rising about how the bill came to be phil how did this proposal about about right kind of leading the way in one way or the other well it's not surprising let's let's be honest about lee vegan and gluten free diet whatever it is you're talking about these days is growing in popularity and people there are more of them and so you would think that maybe hospitals nursing care homes would offer some sort of option a lot of times they offered vegetarian but this is dairy free egg free as well so anyway the group says behind this decided to the vegans that they were up in sacramento today animal rights activists slash vegan saying you leave the animals alone they got together with nancy skinner who used to be vegan slash vegetarian she's not anymore and they've put together this bill now what they did was they said hospitals and you can kind of understand that hospitals would want to at least say i wanted to go ahead from the state care facilities but the other one was prisons and i gotta say it was the prison ones that took me up to sacramento because i'll be honest with about i said if that's a i if we're going vegan in san quentin raised a few eyebrows so interestingly skinner and other supporters of the idea are also pulling it another argument they're saying that the availability of vegetable based dietary options would help the state meet water conservation and our green footprint and improve health i also thought that was interesting can you run that back to me again what.
"nancy skinner" Discussed on KOMO
"With a hate crime even if the victim wasn't part of a protected group which calls by calvert reports one of the proposed laws in the aftermath of charlottesville there are proposals to make crimes committed by white nationalist count as terrorism even our proposal labeling neo nazi groups as gangs so they could be targeted with antigang laws then there senate bill six thirty eight california proposed days after the incident in charlottesville were heather higher lost her life free a circumstance where that driver who ploughed into that crowd we were not charged so far with the hate act and yet you can eight crime california senator nancy skinner and he would not charged because the victim other higher we know does not fall into the category people better protected now under current hate crime law her proposal to protect people who are standing up and defending those in protected groups not just that but to make it a hate crime if you harm someone who's standing up for a member of one of these groups seatac and piling cited hurt nate perp perpetrator not welcome members of the senate have decided to move forward with public hearings on a proposal that seeks the same protection for allies of protected groups as members of said groups already receive but several questions remain including is a hate act a hate crime it's not likely going to be very popular at the moment to come against this proposed legislation which is why page search after page surged can't find anyone on the record against this while posting anonymously on the website e b citizen dot com some of wondered what if the person committing the crime is a minority or in another protected class another posted enough of the identity politics gifts someone commits a crime let's charge them with a crime skinner insist the goal is to protect people pen it our law enforcement bility youth all available out illegal court a really important when kremlin he who go back whether you agree or not with skinner's proposal there will likely be a legal hurdle for a law the charges someone with a hate crime when such a crime is usually defined as a wrong against a member of her protected class brian calvert komo news komo news time is 448 what a perfect day three of the ballpark to watch mariner baseball is good over to the.
"nancy skinner" Discussed on KOMO
"London for the annual notting hill carnival pausing their celebrations to remember the victims of the deadly grenfell tower fire i'm tom rivers abc news foreign desk in london could someone be charged with a hate crime even if the victim was in part of a protective group as komos brian calvert reports it's one of the proposed laws in the aftermath of charlottesville there are proposals to make crimes committed by white nationalist count as terrorism even our proposal labeling neo nazi groups as gangs so they can be targeted with antigang laws then there's senate bill six thirty in california proposed days after the incident in charlottesville were heather higher lost her life free at turkish scare where that driver to plowed into that crowd we were not charged so far with the hate act and yet can't a hate crime california senator nancy skinner would not guard because the victim had her higher we know did not fall into b category crippled betterprotected now under current hate crime lock her proposal to protect people who are standing up and defending those in protected groups not just that but to make it a hate crime if you harm someone who's standing up for a member of one of these groups seat act and violent it hurt hate perp occurred not welcome members of the senate have decided to move forward with public hearings on a proposal that seeks the same protection for allies of protected groups as members of said groups already receive but several questions remain including is a hate act a hate crime it's not likely going to be very popular at the moment to come out against this proposed legislation which is why page search after page surge can't find anyone on the record against this while posting anonymously on the website e b citizen dot com some of wondered what if the person committing the crime is a minority or in another protected class another posted enough of the identity politics if someone commits a crime let's charge them with a crime skinner insists the goal is to protect people paying give our law enforcement utility to use all available out illegal cool can really in fort wayne kremlin act whether you agree or not with skinner's proposal there will lie lee be a legal hurdle for a law the charges someone with a hate crime when such a crime is usually defined as a wrong against a member of her protected.