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"nation san jose" Discussed on Mornings With Gail - 1310 KFKA

Mornings With Gail - 1310 KFKA

03:20 min | 5 months ago

"nation san jose" Discussed on Mornings With Gail - 1310 KFKA

"I am not minimizing the impact. I am not minimizing The contagious nature of covid. Nineteen nor am. I'm minimizing the heartbreak and the tragedy of the deaths associated with a Cova de Nineteen. But the bottom line is as I sit here and talk with you each and every morning. It is difficult to believe that these words are coming out of my mouth all right so we've worked through. Let's see public gatherings All of the Requests that were made by Larimer county to the State Health Department governor police to ease up on some of the the restrictions. Okay and well. They got approval and they got partial approval on some of their requests. So we've worked through public gatherings and malls and personal services restaurants and bars recreation outdoor group activities gems movie theaters other entertainment facilities again. It all goes to your particular comfort level. This is not about judging anyone and respect your right to say no. I'm not ready to go out yet. I'm just not ready to go into public venues fine. That is your right but it's also others right rights to make their own decisions. And how many times have we seen on social media? businesses and individuals being shamed for simply trying to live their lives as cautiously and carefully will leave like the ozarks out of the equation this morning because that was just a free for all but how many times have you seen businesses and individuals being shamed simply because they want to live their lives making their own decisions as adults. It's pretty reprehensible. In my humble opinion education and child care long term care facilities. Tell you what we're going to get into that Probably later on in the show because the list goes on and on and on no doubt you've heard the flap over places of worship President trump saying that places of Worship Churches Synagogues Moss. Whatever the case may be are being unfairly targeted in terms of covert nineteen that the heavy hand of government is coming down on Services and religious groups basically saying you need to reopen and many governors across the Nation San Jose. No way not so fast uring up for yet. More constitutional challenges in an era of covid nineteen sixty seven out thirteen ten. Kfi K y the whole sports story northern Colorado the state in the country tune into the whole show weekdays noon to two and thirteen ten KFI K. Thirteen ten KFI Greeley thirteen ten KFI preps radio is northern Colorado's home for the past high school coverage..

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"nation san jose" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

01:47 min | 1 year ago

"nation san jose" Discussed on KCBS All News

"Trump administration is continuing its tough approach to immigration now cracking down on legal immigration a rule set to take effect in October would make it harder for immigrants to get visas if they are likely to need public services like housing vouchers or Medicaid CBS's we Jiang is following the story immigrant advocate groups are you know fighting back and saying you know this is in the books this is what America stands for and all of a sudden you are trying to change that definition CBS is vin Gomez has more this is a move of by the White House says essentially Kerber make it harder for certain da forms of law legal immigration it's also win for hardliners on immigration ally in the White House like Steven Miller in Cuccinelli some of the others have been advocating for this for a long time critics say the administration is trying to bypass Congress and set up its own merit based immigration system CBS news update on Pam Coulter case CBS news time is seven thirty two city flags in Sandra fell are flying at full staff once again during a recent city council meeting mayor Gerry Phillips ordered the city's flags lowered to half staff until the U. S. Congress took meaningful action to protect American cities from gun violence the mayor changed his mind Friday same publicity from his order had achieved its goal of expressing the concerns center fell officials and residents have about gun violence in what could become the first law of its kind in the nation's San Jose mayor Sam la carte wants to require anyone who owns a gun in his city to have private weapons insurance KCBS is Jeffrey Schaub reports the mayor hopes the.

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"nation san jose" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

03:48 min | 1 year ago

"nation san jose" Discussed on KCBS All News

"We'll have details straight ahead with Jason Brooks. And as we've been reporting on KCBS the bay area continues. To be the nation's leader in high tech jobs, and we're growing faster than the rest of the country. A new study by the computing technology industry association, ranked San Francisco and San Jose creating more tech jobs in last year than other metros for more KCBS and chronicle insider, film tear stopped to chat with STAN Bunger and Holly Quan just a really good point before we went on the air what exactly constitutes tack? Well, it's changed over the years, and in California, it's huge it started out with chips and with computers in the Silicon Valley decades ago, it grew from that to software, you know, you had your Oracle's you had your Microsoft, you had these things that went into people's laptop or back, then somebody had a district low. Yeah. Then the big revolution happened with smartphones. When that's when it transformed from something in an office, or in a home limited to maximum use and opened up entire new avenues. So now when you talk about tech, you're not just talking about computers building. A matter of fact few people are out there building computers like they used to be talking about chips anymore being made here in in in the bay area. We're talking about the businesses that have sprung from that. So tech now includes people that are working in software people in finance people in sales people selling things guys driving if Lipson Uber's it's all part of a gig tech economy. It's much like Detroit start out with a car and wound up with everything from gas stations to insurance the challenge here, though is while this tech time is ticking away in going. It's also crowding out other businesses in the bay area. And we are becoming a company town, a one company town, and like anything like that that has its positives. But also it's risk. I grew up in a prune or. Richard. On the Los Gatos Campbell border and right down the street. Now is where Netflix is headquartered. Right. So then that's the kind of transition. We're talking about the problem now is is we're number one and number two in the nation. San Jose San Francisco or two separate metro markets number one and number two in tech job creation. I don't know where we are in building houses to put all those people. Well, that is the ongoing tug of war that we're having and we're going to be that's not going to go away. Because also those people that are coming in tend to be younger, they tend to be single they have a different lifestyle than let's say this bourbon spread but over the years, they're gonna want maybe their own house. All right. So stand you're absolutely right. We don't have the housing for them the housing. We do have is is very limited and very expensive is driving other people out. We don't have the office space for other things either. So one you're driving people out to can't afford to live here. But you're also gonna say it again, driving out everything incubator businesses that used to be and other things could come and start in this area. They're not anymore. They're going elsewhere. It's tech and tech all the counterpoint to that. I mean, every one of these tech been -ployees needs dinner needs clothes needs their lawns. Mowed. If they can buy a house where the xactly, but you see what we're talking about. Is there all drive? It's like everybody's plugged into the same generator the generators checks, you have all. All these cords going out to it that are that are hitting all these jobs and appliances. The is you don't have another generator if that win fails and a lot of the tech economy being my cynical self is built on speculation on IPO a lot of these companies have yet to turn what we used to call prophets. Yeah. So so text time is ticking away. We're getting more and more dependent on it. It's a wonderful gold rush. You just got a whole the vein of gold doesn't go out. And we'll be talking in Friday morning when lifts IPO goes out. It looks like it will. And we're talking a company that's lost. Billions of dollars is going to be worth. Billions more come Friday morning. Nothing like falling up as KCBS chronicle insider, Phil matere and Phil we'll be back live tonight at.

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