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Athletes write 10,000 letters to California Gov. Gavin Newsom urging him to help them play
"Koga News center, high school athletes and California delivering 10,000 letters to Governor Newsome tomorrow, asking him to lift the ban on youth sports. Let them play Coalition says three million athletes in California are ready to go and run. Glad Nick the football coach, Torrey Pines in San Diego. So they have the backing of the National Federation of State High School Associations. The NFC chest has dropped the tier system. So our California tier system for sports was based on the N F HS system, and they came out last week and said the peer system doesn't work. So the governor now has a lot of latitude to do what he needs to do to make this happen. And I believe that What they're working towards God and seeing the state recently dropped a ban on athletes and coaches practicing for multiple sports or teams. At the same time, a possible sign that returned to play is near. Jack Quinn
California businesses push to allow indoor dining
"As most of California is restarting outdoor dining. Some California restaurant owners are now putting pressure on lawmakers to also allow indoor dining. John Cab attack with the National Federation of Independent Businesses, says the mom and pop shops need to get customers back inside their establishments to survive. Habitat guys that he's optimistic. We're excited and encouraged to see that the number of small businesses that were concerned about their business is staying open has dropped by 10% that we're seeing that number
"national federation" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"By the National Federation of Independent Business. The number expecting better business conditions through midyear hit its lowest level since 2013. But all is not gloom in this survey marketplaces Justin Ho has more It's hard to be optimistic about business over the next few months, says Randy George. He owns the Red Hen baking company in Vermont. It's Cafe hasn't had indoor dining since last April. We do have a lot of people coming to the window and getting sandwiches to go, But it's window. Small business pessimism can be a drag on the overall economy, says Bill Dunkelberg, chief economist at the N F I B, he says, when businesses expect sales the fall that's gonna feed back into their capital spending plans. And their inventory investment plans and they're hiring plans, But there are reasons for optimism to Randy George says he expects sales to pick up in the second half of the year, with more vaccinations, fewer restrictions just pent up demand. And when that starts to get released, you know our challenge might be keeping up with that. A survey this week from the New York Federal Reserve found that consumers anticipate their spending will grow in the year ahead at the highest rate in five years. I'm Justin. How for marketplace? The S and P 500 closed at a new high yesterday. This morning, Dow S and P and NASDAQ futures are down to 10%. Each Bitcoin propped up by a Tesla investment is up another 14% at the moment, $45,689. The social medium of the moment. The blog's site Reddit has reportedly been raking in new investment. Both the Wall Street Journal and the New York Times Report read. It has brought in another quarter billion dollars, raising the company's value to $6 billion. It's emerging advertising business shows promise. It's also got global attention recently for hosting blog's, where individual investors challenged Wall Street tycoons game stopped to use the shorthand. The Times says, read it plans to use some of this new money to double its staff. Marketplace Morning report is supported by U K G to H R. Technology companies have joined forces to become U K G Ultimate Kronos Group.
‘Nonessential’ California small businesses struggle amid changing rules for staying open in the pandemic
"This morning on California lawmakers to allow restaurant owners to open up indoor dining Cape because Aubrey Aquino has more on the story, countless small businesses and restaurants in the capital region have taken necessary measures to survive the past 11 months of the pandemic. Now John Cabot check of the National Federation of Independent Business is calling for lawmakers. Give these owners and even better lifeline by allowing them to open up indoors. Ah, lot of this pandemic is happening at home and in other settings and not in the small business, But more importantly, that small business owners are taking those measures to abide by the right rules to keep our customers and their workers safe. Capita credits factors like P P p dollars the vaccine and the pure grit of owners for helping keep businesses afloat in the pandemic. They're still many small businesses who are facing permanent shutdowns. Aubrey Aquino News 93.1 Kiss became Kristina Aubrey
New round of loans to help small businesses struggling in pandemic
"For the Paycheck protection program, also known as the P P P community financial institutions, which account for roughly 10% of eligible lenders. Are now accepting loan applications for businesses seeking their first p P. P loans. Then on Wednesday, they could begin processing second round loans for small businesses and nonprofits that have already used up their first loan. Holly Wade is director of research and Policy Analysis. The federation, the National Federation of Independent Business. Somewhere between 75 80% of small employers took advantage of the P P p loan, and within weeks exhausted those funds more than half have already Applied for forgiveness for that. Loan. Officials say this time they don't anticipate the system to be inundated with requests and that the $284 billion Congress approved for this round won't run out.
Avianca Airbus A319 hits pyrotechnic balloon on landing at Bogota Airport
"An incident That happened very recently on the On new year's eve december thirty first twenty twenty an odd bianca airbus a three nineteen Got entangled with a hot air balloon. That i guess was Intended to shoot off like it's like a firework platform kind of balloon Let's see what do they call it. Exactly a pyrotechnic cairo technique but yeah pyrotechnic balloon Reported balloon had not been a pyrotechnics one started looking at something else. january third two twenty one. Columbia's aerocivil Caa reported that the hot air balloon was made paper plastics and some parts of aluminum Here let me show you some pictures here. So very festive i. They went planning on carrying passengers in this whole. Actually mike. we should ask balloon. Drivers is one not well in the chat room today. I don't know his grand seen them. now. This is a this is. This is a very customary and and south america latin america. Really so well you just you just you know you just light up. It's kind of like the fourth of july from down there. So you just you just send up. You know Fireworks and balloons and all sorts of stuff. And it's it's it's interesting actually but I could totally i totally see. This happening there Yeah lads with all these Streamers and stuff on it. That's a video there. yeah. I love that. That's a nice little. I think a little bit of drag actually new year's eve jackley. Can you imagine hitting the columbia's national federation of pyrotechnics fan. Lp reported the balloon had not have been a pirate techniques one. So i'm not quite sure what what was a paper plastics in some parts of aluminum. That sounds like okay well. Late burst on impact with the across. Funny thing but it. The airplane apparently is already touchdown. Say thank you for that. Oh had it okay. I thought it was Yeah in flight. Yeah thought he got tangled with him across the runway. As you throwing out i gather. Oh okay that So maybe if you live immediately adjacent to a large airport or airport of any type Not the greatest idea to be sending things up into the sky
Brexit sends ripples of uncertainty down France's coast
"Long lines of trucks carrying stockpiles for British companies jam the highways leading to France's northern port of Calais as brexit day gets ever closer French police control slow moving lorries making their way to Calais well close by of the trucks off to stand still one which is trucker who told the AP he would normally hope to those come out in the morning get to Canada and back but not anymore well the secretary general of France's national federation of road transport because the situation catastrophic explaining but these companies want to stockpile goods in anticipation of major administrative formalities brexit may bring it's unclear if they'll be a post brexit trade deal all eight chaotic economic rupture between Britain and the twenty seven member bloc Charles Taylor this month London
Newsom's stay-at-home order set to be triggered in Southern California
"Impose stayed home order is one levels of available ICU beds drop to 15% or Lord. Is generating strong opposition from a lobbying group representing small family owned businesses. National Federation of Independent Businesses. State director John Capita. ACS says he's already hearing the pushback from his membership. Retailers, Retailers, restaurants restaurants and and most most other other small small business business owners owners are are telling telling us us right right now now that that enough enough is is enough. enough. They They are are so so frustrated frustrated with with our our state state leaders leaders arbitrarily arbitrarily shutting down Our main streets. Cab attack says businesses are simply not certain The science justifies the economic risks of potential, saying home orders. We can do it in a better way, and make sure that our state is opening up on allowing the mom and pop operations to work and function and get people on payroll without this dramatic blanket approach. The N F I B is also warning the governor. It's not just businesses that could suffer the greater the shutdown, the less operating revenue local governments have to run essential services. Pete Demetriou Okay and extend 70 NewsRadio, several state
Philadelphia - New York, NJ and other Northeast governors plan weekend meeting on Covid-19 spike
"Phil Murphy and Pennsylvania Governor Tom Wolfe for attending an emergency summit meeting with the governors of four other states, NBC Tens Drew Smith has more on that meeting. The governors of Pennsylvania and New Jersey are expected to top covert 19 this weekend with the leaders of other Northeast states. The Pennsylvania has not announced new restrictions. Yet the National Federation of Independent Businesses is reacting to the governor's emergency summit. We would like a more narrow, targeted approach to this this And And we we think think of of moved moved toward toward multi multi state. state. Our Our regional regional is is frankly, frankly, a a move move in in the the wrong wrong direction, direction, State State director director Gordon Gordon Dunne Dunne linger linger says says collaboration collaboration is is a a good good thing, thing, but but each each state state is is different different in in the the policy policy should should be be too. too. We We really really need need our our public public officials officials to to consider consider the the economics economics as as well well as as the the health health issues. issues. That's a balance that has become mortification as the state's hit record highs of new cases day after day. The
Small businesses thrive or struggle amid pandemic
"Never in my wife, have I seen an economic situation is confusing. With the Cross currents that we have right now. We have tens of millions of Americans they continue to suffer mightily from unemployment underemployment. Medical problems, financial hardships. is just crazy and then at the same time. That are doing quite well. One area where people were very very. Unhappy and suffering mightily. Is the small business sector of the economy. And certainly, there are small businesses that have been devastated by corona virus and had a brutally hard time. Many businesses that have shut down for good. The same time other small businesses. Are doing quite well, and this creates these cross currents that are so. hard to understand and so confusing. Well. The NFL I be, which is the Trade Association for Small Businesses National Federation independent businesses puts out. A survey on business attitudes every month. and. This is what's crazy. The, what they call their optimism index. is at one of the highest numbers ever at one Oh four. Back in late spring, it was at seventy five. At, the same time. The uncertainty numbers are way up which speaks to how confusing. The current economic situation is. Businesses. Very, significant number of businesses that have survived. Wildly enough are thriving now. and. People. Are once again. Investing in their businesses, the number of business owners in the survey who are expanding their businesses is rising. So that's why. It is. Such a befuddling time because it completely depends. On what kind of small business you are. How you're being affected by this, this is why certain cities or regions. Are being brutalized. By our current corona virus influenced economy well, others are doing quite well the oil region tourism regions just absolutely being hit over the head with a two by four. Massive job losses. That sort of thing, and then other areas are doing quite well any area of the country, any metro area that is very heavily technology oriented. Doing extremely, well, certain manufacturing sector's doing well. The good of this is that we are not in a cyclical downturn in the US economy where basically. Everything, is doing poorly in everybody is pessimistic. And the environment we're in now helps create. A better and quicker recovery then we might expect otherwise during a recession. But there are a lot of businesses and a lot of jobs. That will not come back until the cloud of people's fear of infection from Corona virus lifts, which I am putting at some point. Late summer early fall of twenty one. So. There are people among us who don't fear Corona virus. But. There's a larger percent of Americans who do and it has shifted how they live their lives, what they do, and what they'll spend their money on, and that's why the economic situation. Is So. Choppy.
Small-business owners face an uncertain future ahead of 2020 election
"With the Bloomberg Small Business Report. I'm John Tucker brought to you by Del Small business. Small business Optimism rose by more than forecast in September and moved in line with pre pandemic levels, the other for sales and the economy improved. The National Federation of Independent Business Index of Sentiment just registered the strongest reading since February. At the same time, though, the Unified Bees uncertainty index rose, matching a three year high. That jump in uncertainty shows the path of the Corona virus and the lack of additional fiscal relief remain a big concern for small business owners. Bill Dunkelberg, the chief economist for the Unified B says some small businesses are still struggling financially to operate at full capacity while navigating state of local regulations and are uncertain about what will happen in the future. We'll still greater shares A small businesses plan to add workers boost capital spending. And build inventories, indicating firm show few signs of scaling back heading into the holidays. And that's the Bloomberg small business report.
Almost 90% of New York City's restaurants, bars couldn't pay August's rent in full, survey finds
"Alliance surveyed 450 restaurants, bars and nightclubs. All but a few dozen said they could not pay their full August rent. The New York Times reports the city's outdoor dining program and federal financial aid have not been much more than a band aid during the Corona virus crisis. The city will resume into our dining a 25% capacity beginning next week, offering relief to the industry. But for some, it's too late. George Weld, who owns the longstanding Williamsburg restaurant, Egg, tells either New York he will cease operations this weekend. Separately. In a survey last month, the National Federation of Independent Business found that 21% of small business owners nationwide expect to have to close if economic conditions don't improve in the next half year, and
U.S. Agency Urges End To Below-Minimum Wage For Workers With Disabilities
"So for 82 years, American labor law has had a carve out for some workers with disabilities they could be paid less than minimum wage. This was meant to encourage employment of more people. But today a top federal civil rights watchdog says the exemption should end because it's been trapping workers in job programs that they call exploitative and discriminatory. NPR's Alina, sell your reports. Jerry Dagostino had a job but couldn't afford a few things he wanted to do, like, go out to eat. Sometimes daughter more days go to events. He was working alongside other people with disabilities at a center in Rhode Island, doing what he calls bench work road tasks like fitting rings into heating tubes. Packaging ice packs, assembling boxes for jewelry. If I remember correctly, my first my first paycheck was only 12 box. I just question myself a cz. You know, I really don't want to keep doing that worked for my whole life. Dagostino now works at a supermarket where his paycheck is a lot more than $12 total. But he spent years in that center which made him below minimum wage, thanks to that carve out in the labor law. Centers like that are often called sheltered workshops because they keep people with disabilities in a separate cluster there, pay is estimated to average $3.34 an hour. To calculate individual pay. The center's regularly time their workers comparing how fast they do tasks to an experienced non disabled worker half as fast half the pay Now the U. S Commission on Civil Rights says this programme and the law should be phased out. In short. The program doesn't work and it is designed in a way that it can't work. Catherine Lehman chairs the commission, she says. Instead of expanding opportunities, the program's limit them don't really prepare people for work in the community jobs with regular wages. I was. I was ashamed of the ways that we have operated now over a decade's a federal assumption that people with disabilities Are less capable full employment than people without disabilities. A lot of data are missing about sub minimum wage programs, including how many people they employ. Estimates range from 100,000 to 4 times that Most have intellectual and developmental disabilities. Commonly, the program's a run by nonprofits. They get state and federal money to support these jobs. Many of them have government contracts. And their most vocal supporters are some of the workers families who want the programs to remain an option, a safe environment for relatives with disabilities. One mother, Linda Howe, from Wisconsin, testified before the Civil Rights Commission in November. We're parents with their son's best interest at heart. Any suggestion that we would allow him to be taken advantage of our discriminated against is an insult. Families like hers helped workshops flood the commission with a record number of comments asking to let the program's B Some described workers with quote severe disabilities worried about where they'd go, Lehman says that is why her agency is recommending a careful, gradual phaseout. Disability rights advocates have wanted such a phase out for years. They point to success stories of people thriving outside of the systems that underestimated thumb A new Lewis. We're now fights against sheltered workshops at the National Federation of the Blind, testified about his past work running one thinking he was doing the right thing, And because of that misguided compassion, these individuals been significant part of their lives. Wasting away in that works out making money for our center but wasting away. And I I'm just sitting here really feeling sad about what I perpetuated because there is a better alternative. Four states have abolished sheltered workshops to support more jobs in the community. Seven states have moved to end wages below the minimum. Several federal bills trying to do so on a national level have so far failed.
U.S. Agency Urges End To Below-Minimum Wage For Workers With Disabilities
"So for eighty two years American labor law has had a carve out for some workers with disabilities they paid less than minimum wage. This was meant to encourage employment of more people today a top federal civil rights watchdog says the exemption should end because it's been trapping workers in job programs they call exploitative and discriminatory NPR's Lena Seljuk reports. Jerry. Douglas Dino had a job but couldn't afford a few things he wanted to do like go out to eat sometimes. Vase Goto events. He was working alongside other people with disabilities at a center in Rhode. Island. Doing what he calls bench work road tasks like fitting rings into heating tubes packaging ice packs assembling boxes for jewellery. If I remember correctly by I by first paycheck was only twelve bucks I just cautioned myself as you know. I really don't WanNa keep doing what my whole life Doug AC- now works at a supermarket where his paycheck is a lot more than twelve dollars total but he spent years in that center which made him below minimum wage. Thanks to that carve out in the labor law centers like that are often called sheltered workshops because they keep people with disabilities a separate cluster their pay is estimated to average three dollars and thirty four cents an hour to calculate individual pay. The centers regularly time their workers comparing how fast they do tasks to inexperienced non-disabled worker half as fast half the pay. Now, the US Commission on Civil Rights says this program and the law should be phased out in short the program doesn't work and it is designed in a way that it can't work Kathryn Lehman chairs the commission she says instead of expanding opportunities, the programs limit them don't really prepare people for work in the community jobs with rights wages I was. I was ashamed of the ways that we have operated. Now over a decades, a federal assumption that people with disabilities are less capable. Full employment than people without disabilities, a lot of data are missing about sub minimum wage programs including how many people they employ estimates range from one hundred, thousand to four times that most have intellectual and developmental disabilities. Commonly, the programs run by nonprofits, they get state and federal money to support these jobs many of them have government. And their most vocal supporters are some of the workers families who won the programs to remain an option a safe environment for relatives with disabilities. One mother Linda how from Wisconsin testified before the Civil Rights Commission in November we are parents with our son's best interest at heart. And you suggestion that we would allow him to be taken. Advantage of are discriminated against is an insult families like hers helped workshops flood the commission with a record number of comments asking to lead the programs be some described workers with quote severe disabilities worried about where they go Lehman says, that is why her agency is recommending a careful gradual phase out disability rights advocates have wanted such A. Phase. Out For years the point to success stories of people thriving outside of the systems that underestimated them, and you'll Lewis fights against sheltered workshops at the National Federation of the blind testified about his past work running one thinking he was doing the right thing and because misguided compassion these individuals spend significant part of their lives wasting away in that workshop making money for our center but wasting away. And I am sitting here. Really feeling sad about what I perpetuated because there is a better alternative four states have abolished sheltered workshops to support more jobs in the community. Seven states have moved to end wages below the minimum several federal bills trying to do so on a national level have so far failed. Alina. So you NPR, news Washington.
Small Business Optimism Rose Slightly More Than Estimated in August
"The people on the nation Small businesses feel fairly good about the future of the small business Optimism Index for August is slightly above its 46 year average. However, the uncertainty index increased to its second highest reading of the last three years. National Federation of Independent Business does this survey every month. The group's chief economist says there are areas of improvement rather as small businesses work hard to recover from covert 19
Seattle - Washington Student Athletes Are Finding Ways To Make Fall Sports Happen
"With high school fall sports postponed until next spring in the state of Washington, Would you be willing to temporarily move your child to Idaho or Montana? Was Bill Schwartz says Some families are exploring their options. 17 states, including Washington, had pushed back football, volleyball, cross country and soccer seasons until February. Dr. Caress Unni Hoff with the National Federation of State High School Associations is hearing that some families might move their Children in neighboring states, which are allowing competition so that their son or daughter could lay a false sport in a more timely fashion. So we're starting to see some responses to state decisions that are presented some challenges. The state of Idaho is one of 37 with modified fall seasons, and several schools are already practicing and playing games. And as we get started with school games, which mostly are starting this weekend, you know for the vast majority of our schools. Pretty exciting time for Ty Jones, executive director of the Idaho High School Activities Association, tells me his office is getting more enquiries than previous years from parents in Washington state. But Jones says Cove in 19 is not an acceptable hardship reason for transfer. A lot of our schools have a really tough time looking at kids coming in from other Some other states. We're moving for only for athletic reasons. Colton Washington has been allowed to coop with nearby Genesee, Idaho to play is one high school team this fall. Doctor caress Une Hoff warns against the kneejerk decision. Especially because so few young people are good enough to play at the next level. The great great majority of high school student athletes will not going to play in college and will not interest in scholarship. For a family decision to be made right now, at this time that they would choose to move simply too and be involved in high school sports. We hope that there's complete consideration of everything that comes into play there. The Hoff says It's crucial high school coaches in Washington state. Stay engaged with her athletes this fall. Make sure they get proper exercise plenty of sleep and eat right. They are all essential elements of playing games in the
Advocates For Deaf And Blind Laud Netflix's New Playback Features
"Netflix recently announced it's rolling out a new feature that allows some viewers to stream their favorite shows or films, slower, half speed, say or faster. The feature, which is currently on Ly, available to Android users, adjust voice pitch to make the faster slowed down speed. Sound natural. The idea to criticism from directors like Judd Apatow, who said last fall that platform should leave content as it wass quote intended to be seen. Advocates for the deaf and blind are lauding the new feature, saying It's a win for people who rely on playback options so they can also enjoy the cinematic experience. One of those advocates as ever it bacon. He's a board member of with the National Federation of the Blind, and he joins us from Salt Lake City, Utah. Hello. Thanks for joining us. Thank you for having me. So for those who who dont know for someone who is blind, How do you watch films or TV shows? So we watch films just like anybody else on Ly. We have what's called audio description. Our audio description narration that's going on while the programming is being viewed. And so basically when there is no dialogue between the actors, a narrator comes on and describes what's happening in the scene and what's happening in the the show. So we have an understanding so like they might describe The set What's happening around us? They might give us some gender information or race information about characters, just overall things that help us. Understand and comprehend what the creators were trying Tio portray to the general public. And so how does this new playback feature assist with the viewing experience? Well, blind individuals. Many of us use a screen reading technology on our computers and our phones. And we have learned and adapted over time to speed that up on a regular basis. We've also been listening to audio books for years as a member of the National Federation of the Blind. I've been listening to audio books from the library for the blind for many years, and we've always been able to speed up that process because we're listening all the time and in our our ears that kind of trained over time to listen at a quicker speed and so allowing us to do the same thing on on on a show. Like a documentary or some type of other content. It really helps the whole lot. When when you're trying Tio consume such great content in mass quantity. And why is it so important? You mentioned that you've been doing this in other platforms. Why's it so important on a streaming platform like Netflix? Well, I think it's very important because I'm going to watched a lot of content just like anybody else. And honestly, I've been listening to so many things all of my life that when I listen at regular speed, sometimes it can sound a little slower than it that it should. And And so I might. My years kind of wanted a little bit more faster as a blind individual. Because that's what I've been used to listening to my computer, listening to my phone listening to audio books, so it's only a natural process that I would want the speed to be a bit faster on the streaming content that I'm viewing on Netflix or other platforms. You know, as I mentioned earlier, there are directors actors who have pushed back saying This playback option distorts their art and the way it was intended to be consumed. How would you respond to them? Well, I would say to to someone like Director Judd Apatow, who is a person who I love the the programs that he's put together, and I've watched several of his films, There is so much information that they have put out in their content. That audio description allows me as a blind individual to comprehend and observe on DH two Having that speed feature. It just allows me to do better understand and better comprehend what they were trying to portray in their creation. I love a lot of Judd Apatow's work and I think if he understood me is a blind individual and how I consume content, he would be applaud this new feature by Netflix
Texas opens up COVID-19 testing to asymptomatic cases
"News Williamson County officials approve ramping up covert nineteen testing efforts to include patients who don't have any showing symptoms independent businesses in Austin in Texas are growing less and less confident about their operations future since the code crisis began the Texas chapter of the national federation of independent businesses as they are now calling on Congress to allow those businesses to use more paycheck protection program funds for other operating expenses other than just
Many small businesses getting federal paycheck loans won’t rehire
"Many small business scissors saying government loans will not get them to re hire some small businesses might not be able to meet the terms for a loan forgiveness of the paycheck protection program the government's two trillion dollar relief package included three hundred forty nine billion dollars for a small business loan program and the deal between Congress and the White House this week includes another three hundred ten billion dollars for the loans to be forgiven companies have to spend seventy five percent on payroll within eight weeks of receiving the money but some say they can't afford to do that because of current economic conditions in a survey of its members the national federation for independent business found just half of those who applied for government loans
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"National federation of independent businesses we hear horror stories about the bottlenecks applying for the paycheck protection money that the federal government is releasing what do you recommend for small businesses yeah that's the spot on we're dealing with members are members folks are really challenged at this point it really comes down to the relationship with the with the small business owners banking or credit union lander and that's the portal for the vast majority of these funds there's been a bumpy rollout of of the cares act that's been been tough sledding for the banking and finance professionals will be acknowledge that it's a huge massive program being rolled out to almost real time so the guidance has been slow to show up and and folks have had their struggles with it but are the key for a small business owner would be stay in touch with your lender try to get your application in and there's a there's a pool of relief out there for folks try to pay the bills and that comes down the pay roll mortgage utilities other costs that you might have and that's called staying afloat surviving in in the middle of the perfect storm what we have going on right now with the carers act and the two point two trillion dollars from the federal government how does that integrate with the state in what they're able to do to help small businesses in the Commonwealth well the state I'm in a real jam right now and they did kudos to our state level officials they came forward with the sixty one million dollar loan program but it tapped out to almost immediately so a pretty small bucket but the state has had such a fall off of their tax revenues that I'm not sure that the state itself will be able to do a whole lot of there will be some channeling all of those of that two point two trillion into state government we're not exactly sure how much so there's big questions about the state budget and so you know the state's ability to enhance and itself to be a portal but at this point go to the go to the cares that go to the federal is probably the best solution for business owners small businesses feel half the economy Gordon as you know and then play half the nation's workforce but many were forced to close by state governments Friday was the deadline for that nonessential business so waivers you have to apply for that how many were actually approved you know you know the number I believe is in the five thousand range and we have another five B. we we've been jumping up and down over that issue we need that waiver process to continue and we asked the governor please keep it open you know as this process the crisis my great you know now we have businesses re purposing to produce TV's personal protection equipment where maybe they didn't do that before so you know do they get a waiver so they get an automatic exemption you know how does that work and we need the waivers to help there's a gray area question if you're a critical supply chain company you know and you you supply let's say pilots for a company that produces antiseptics you know are you a central are you not we need to waivers and so we're really calling on the governor to bring back that waiver process would be closed last week and so that's the central but yeah we think about five thousand roughly were approved I know they got over thirty six thousand requests in through the door before that would not door slammed closed so it was important to small business we really would like to see it back again have you heard anything about extending the waiver process I mean it seems to make sense cordon that just continue to review there's no harm in that right absolutely you know we think could reserve one of the the better aspects of the governor put in place we were applauding that and then all the sudden it came to an end we are not sure why in various press conferences he has not answered that question so again a big open question at this point Gordan real quickly how many of your members are going to be able to survive all along shut down yeah that's that the deep question and you know we're we're gonna see shops close there's no doubt about it small business people are are a plucky lot I mean they are really the can do kind of people in our communities they probably tough that out to get the business started and so if there's a group of people I think that will fight tooth and nail to come back it is our small business owners but you know I have not seen a an objective measure or metric on that but count on it we're going to lose some of our our friends and neighbors that have small companies small businesses that said you know we we do hope our policy makers government and certainly all of us will will support the local local business owner and and will see a real revival of real charge back when we get beyond the health aspect of this crisis ratio of independent businesses Gordon Denlinger and joining the KDKA radio morning show with Larry Richard and myself this past week to talk about the affect the pandemic and then the shut down of businesses means for independent businesses throughout the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania a lot of businesses that you frequent will not be opening their doors again unfortunately because.
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"Week's top TV streams on I heart radio. you mean you'll see able the national federation of the blind sedikit letssingit I'm not the interpreted it in it up to you Nino political but the so so when you send rally that phone apple you'll see on two thirty yeah seven most cases the check is almost by this get all emotional but out of DC Denison in if if if or or a male baby they say order. for the most of your that their feet before media national federation of the blind the the lady that gave. entertainment and then right. we have the latest on the lawn Omar. this one is I'm sure just a coincidence as well we have that coming up in just a second also NBC is taking your climate confessions I'm not making that up they're taking your climate sin confessions. so now we have to confess sins how much more do you need before everyone on earth realizes this isn't science this is a religion. we have the guys who went after the religion the hockey stick and and the guy who came up with a hockey stick said yeah well you're just a fraud and I'm going to sue you. sodium and then doctor Paul said great a just hand over all of your your science your your your scientific mathematic equations and and and and and will we'll show you how you fake this law well. now I'm not going to sue you anymore hello okay all right we have him talking about that I want to talk to but him about that but also he says that there is a connection between global warming and eugenics. doctor the doctor Timothy Paul in one minute. is that Glenn Beck program. ball is the.
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"The national federation of the blind ours and we know that. his messenger say there was panic oxygen masks were deployed the crew landed the jets safely in Tampa the airline says there was a pressurization issue no information on the case of an American Airlines mechanic who's been charged with sabotaging a jetliner the sixty year old naturalized U. S. citizen from Iraq said when he was arrested it was all because a labor dispute was costing overtime pay transportation correspondent Chris van Cleve prosecutors now claim he shared video store on his cell phone of ISIS murders had recently sent money to someone in Iraq has a brother there who may have ties to the Islamic state and recently traveled to his native country airport surveillance video show him working on the nose of the Jack even though no repair issue had been noted the United auto workers union says GM has dumped health care for workers have been on strike this week union paid cobra coverage will now kick in scientists are out with new guidelines for what kids six and under should be drinking we're live with CBS is Peter king of the recommendations come from a non profit nutrition group called healthy eating research they include breast milk or formula for baby's than water and after a year callous milk milk and water the preferred drinks for the first five years and for parents who want alternatives the group recommends soy milk and not a plant based drinks the report says stay away for juices to avoid tooth decay and obesity same thing with sweetened drinks Steve and a few hours the Washington Monument will re open to the public CBS is major Garrett the Washington Monument to five hundred and fifty five foot symbol of American unity beckons visitors from across the world but for nearly a decade it's been closed more than open interior secretary David Byrne art why did it take so long we're dealing with one of the most iconic and historic properties in our country and so it takes time to do everything right the twenty eleven Virginia earthquake shook the monument to its core cracking stones and shower. debris on scattering tourists is a big fear was that either that monument itself would fall for literally large pieces of rock would be coming off the monument but just as those repairs were completed the elevator broke sometime stranding visitors the whole project took about three years kind of breathtaking it really is spectacular a spectacular view for all to share once again major Garrett CBS news atop the Washington Monument and looking at Wall Street before the bell S. and P. futures are down four points time around up eight past the hour the median these time seven oh eight traffic.
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"Walmart is being sued by the national federation of the blind over its self checkout. Kiosks the federation says the self checkout lines don't fully comply with the Americans with disabilities. Act. The Baltimore Sun reports that three blind Maryland residents were named in the federal lawsuit, including a woman who says a WalMart worker selected cash back at the line, and then took forty dollars without telling her WalMart says it doesn't tolerate discrimination and believed its checkout procedures already comply with the law. The company also said it investigated, the theft complaint, and that worker is no longer employed. People living in North Dakota can now apply for medical marijuana cards voters approved the drug two years ago, and lawmakers crafted a law in two thousand seventeen that allows it's used for seventeen medical conditions along with terminal illnesses, the state estimates that as many as four thousand people will be legally using the drug three years from now the health department expects to begin issuing registry cards in December around the time marijuana manufacturing facility, and Bismarck anticipates having product available. The NHL is now the second major US professional sports league to strike a deal with the casino since the supreme court opened the way to expand in gambling last spring. The Hockey League announced a multi year agreement to provide Las Vegas-based MGM resorts with data for use in betting MGM is the league's first officials sports betting partner, just as it is with the NBA and WNBA that deal was reached in July as part of the agreement. MGM gains access to proprietary NHL data that could eventually include puck and player. Tracking information access to that data will give MGM chance to provide game. Details along with betting opportunities for US customers. Where gambling is legally available. The NHL isn't getting a cut of the gambling profits. But other terms weren't disclosed. I'm Rita Foley with an AP news minute. President Trump is going to Pittsburgh today to show support for the community after Saturday's synagogue shootings. Some are asking him not to come. The White House. Press secretary Sarah Sanders says every time our country is experienced the type of heartache and pain that we have over the last week. This is a president who's risen to that occasion work to bring our country together. The president says thousands of US troops will be waiting for the caravan of Central American immigrants moving toward the US border general Taryn, so Shaughnessy of the northern command by the end of this week. We all deploy over five thousand two hundred soldiers to the southwest border. The ACLU calls it a waste of taxpayer money. Sees ARCE ox spectrum sending package bombs to critics of president. Trump reportedly kept a list of elected officials and others who may have been potential targets. He had a first court appearance yesterday. I'm Rita Foley, more news right after this and Indonesia lion air flight with one hundred eighty nine people on board has crashed into the sea as AP correspondent charlesdale desma reports atop search and rescue official says they're not expecting to find any survivors. Ziona says the jet on a one and ten minute flight from Jakarta to an island close to Samara was carrying one hundred eighty one passengers including one child and two babies and eight crewmembers Indonesia's disaster agency has posted photos online of a crush smartphone. Books bags and parts of the aircraft lose large that had been collected by search and rescue vessels, the weather conditions were normal. But the brand new aircraft had experienced a technical issue on his previous light. The crash is a blow to the country's aviation safety record after the lifting of bans on his airlines by the EU and the US I'm charlesetta China's first attempts to deploy a privately developed rocket has failed. Beijing. Based land space said the rocket was supposed to carry a satellite into orbit for state broadcaster CCTV the rocket. It was the first three stage rocket built by a private company in China. Video posted by a Chinese new sites showed the rocket lifting off it made it through two stages before Lance Bass said that something abnormal happened. After the second stage the statement on its social media account didn't elaborate. The Hubble space telescope is studying the cosmos once again after a three-week shutdown master says it resumed scientific observations over the weekend. Hubbell's pointing system didn't work when an old gyroscope finally failed. Earlier this month, the backup didn't work either. So flight controllers had to come up with a fix. They managed to coax the backup gyroscope into operation with a variety of maneuvers and switches three gyroscopes need to be working on the Hubble telescope in order for it to give optimal performance. Hi. I'm Megan crane AP digital manager and host of the podcast ground game. Look at the top political issues up around the country ahead of this year's midterm elections. It's available on apple podcasts and podcast one. While you're there, be sure to subscribe rate and review it that's the podcast ground game. AP.
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"Walmart is being sued by the national federation of the blind over its self checkout. Kiosks the federation says the self checkout lines don't fully comply with the Americans with disabilities. Act. The Baltimore Sun reports that three blind Maryland residents were named in the federal lawsuit, including a woman who says the WalMart worker selected cash back at the line, and then took forty dollars without telling her WalMart says it doesn't tolerate discrimination and believes it's checkout procedures already comply with the law. The company also said it investigated, the theft complaint, and that worker is no longer employed. African nations aren't creating enough jobs for a growing young population. According to a new report, the latest Abraham index of African governance says Africa's overall GDP's risen nearly forty percent over the past decade, but the continents average score for sustainable economic opportunity his increased just a fraction of one percent. The report sounds a warning for continent where the sub Saharan populations projected to double by twenty. Fifty Africa's seeing the rise of young opposition leaders in countries like Uganda, Zimbabwe and Cameroon who are impatient. With some of the world's oldest or longest serving heads of state experts warned of turbulence ahead as about sixty percents of Africa's population is under age twenty five and Indonesia lion air flight with one hundred eighty nine people on board has crashed into the sea as AP correspondent charlesdale desma reports atop search and rescue official says they're not expect. To find any survivors. Lana says the jet on a one hundred and ten minute flight from Jakarta to an island close to Sinatra was carrying one hundred and Eighty-one passengers including one child and two babies and eight crew members Indonesia's disaster agency has posted photos online of a crush smartphone. Books bags and parts of the aircraft foods large that had been collected by search and rescue vessels, the weather conditions were normal. But the brand new aircraft had experienced a technical issue on his previous flight. The crash is a blow to the country's aviation safety record after the lifting of bans on his airlines by the EU and the US I'm Charleston with asthma. Hi. I'm Megan crane AP digital manager and host of the podcast ground game. I look at the top political issues bubbling up around the country ahead of this year's midterm elections. It's available on apple podcasts and podcast one. While you're there, be sure to subscribe rate and review it that's the podcast ground game. AP radio news. I'm Tim Maguire memorial services held tonight for the eleven people killed in an attack on Pittsburgh's tree of life synagogue, last Saturday. Rabbi Lauren holds flat tells.
"national federation" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM
"Media. What was the idea it was to promote and just Davis? A gesture like you said before what what was the what were they promoting Mike? They put braille on the floor. And what was the foundation they were supporting do. You know, what it was? We don't know. We don't know why. Idea. They just put braille on the unit for no reason for no reason, Mike, we don't know we were laughing at it. We we have no idea. Wait a second. You might you might see. That's just a dumb answer. Okay. We have no idea. You got the habit. We have go ahead. Okay. So they were supporting the national federation of the Berlin. Okay. That's what they were supporting the national federation of the blind. So all right. The one thing they should have rethought though, was if they put their uniforms in braille. It doesn't help anybody. Because if you can't touch them. How would you know that they what they were saying? So that's why putting them on the uniforms makes no sense. So I understand what they were doing. The gesture was obviously to support the national federation of the blind. But on a uniform that is going to be viewed by from a distance. Howard braille help it doesn't. So that's why you see. That's what I mean. They do something nice and get killed. So I mean, that's that's the bottom line. They do something from a charity standpoint. And they and they get beat up for it. So no good turn goes unpunished. That's what that's what that was. Jimmy and Ronkonkoma what's up Jimmy? How are you thinking? Oh, what's happening? Welcome back. It's a pleasure to have you on. Okay. Awesome. Do you think the instead of taking Iran Barkley? They should've taken a quarterback and maybe groomed them for. Luckily, he sounded like a fool in the beginning. I should've realized okay. I should have realized that. Yeah. Kevin and Scotch Plains. What's up? Mike last week. I was listening to you. And you were talking about how in effect you said that this Yankee team you never hated a Yankee. I can't stand watching. Yeah. Watch. They really, and I sat there in the car, and I nodded along with you. I couldn't agree more judge comes back, and and it actually feels like they actually have a lot more juice. All of a sudden, I agree. Yes. He adds judge brings something in terms of just personality chemistry. He brings something to the table for the Yankees. Yes. He does. They missed it without him. I think you're right about that. I think he does make it better. I agree. But this has been a very listless very formless team that got out to a lot of wins early and has kind of stumbled for the last sixty games, you know, now they've played. Okay. The last two games they was seventy seven and ten in the in the seventeen games before these last two. So now they've won two games in a row. And I do think this win tonight would actually boost their psyche a little bit that they didn't let the Red Sox. You know, celebrate on the field. I think that would actually help them a little bit. If they did that tonight. It was easy effortless losing and now and now just just a little bit of juice. I don't think we realized that about judge how valuable he was dead. I think I think there's no quiet. Listen, I've said this before. And it was obvious even last year this judges team, you know, the team that happens organically, you just happens. No, one takes it. It just happens. And this is judges team the judges the guy they go to just the guy who sets sets the pace he is. I think the face and the voice I think he is the guy for this team in the future. I think this is there are the guys who are going to be very big stars. I think is going to be a star. I think there's other guys who are big parts of it. But I think this is judges team. I really do Franken new Rochelle what's up Frank? Mike we've been absconded done as mccutchen gonna play. Now the rest of the way and for the one game. I I I don't know that yet. But my I think that mccutchen. I think they're gonna play mccutchen. Yes. Okay. How about behind the plate? If Tanaka gets the nod. I think they have to catch Roman. They do right. I think they do. I think in the one game. I don't I don't think you I think you have to you have to not worry about Sanchez's feelings, and you have to let Tanaka be able to throw the ball down when he wants to when he needs to get a big out. He needs to be able to throw the ball down. And throw the ball where he does with the ball breaks severely from the knees down. You gotta let them be able to throw it up all the guys on base throat up over the guy on third and with with with Sanchez. You really feel whether he can do that or not. So I think you can't spare it plus right now, you're not losing a whole lot because not hitting anywhere. So to me, it's a pretty easy thing right now for for Boone. Now, I don't think balloons gonna commit to any of that today. I don't think he's gonna commit to mccutchen. I don't think he's gonna commit the world. I don't think he's gonna commit to a starting pitcher. I don't think he's commitment eating today. But I think his actions are heading in a certain direction. There's no question back.
"national federation" Discussed on KCRW
"Survey from the national federation of independent businesses shows a whole lot of small business owners are feeling pretty good about the economy and low and behold are raising wages as well getting us started today marketplace's aaron schrank puts it all into context maze inflation numbers are no surprise says economists luke tilly at wilmington trust we're seeing what you would expect in an economy that has a lot of job growth some stronger wage growth and some impacts of tax reform meanwhile small business optimism hit its highest level since nineteen eightythree according to that nf iv survey nineteen percent of small businesses said they're planning price increases the most in a decade michael pierce at capital economics says that's because of wage pressures that aren't going away with unemployment below four percent most economists say serious inflation can't be far behind the question now is how inflation is likely overshoot to percents some economists have predicted a steep inflation uptick for years now says austin goolsbee at the university of chicago's booth school of business but if you make the same mistake thirty six quarters in a row you should at least be a little circumspect predicting that the thirty seventh time is the charm controlling inflation is a key goal for the federal reserve which meets today and tomorrow goes says today's figures will persuade some economists inflation's rising faster than it has in a while the economy's overheating let's hike interest rates fast but for others they're gonna tend to look at it and say the growth rate hasn't been as impressive as we wanted it to be let's go slower than what we anticipated tomorrow the fed could announce the second of four rate hikes expected this year i'm aaron schrank for marketplace there is no shortage of takes and thoughts and analysis of the trump kim jong un summit that wrapped up in the wee small hours of this morning us die but really for us this the president at a post summit press conference was pretty much everything as an example they have great beaches you see that whenever are exploding their cannons into the ocean right i said well look at that what wouldn't that make great condo and i explained i said you know instead of doing that you could have the best hotels in the world right there so the president dangling economic development as one of the.
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"Back to the show your host alex maskey happy here i want to thank the national federation of republican woman for allowing myself and my friend bob hathor into come speak about the electoral college and why it is so important to keeping this republic had the chance to go down on friday in sierra vista arizona in speak to a wonderful group of people and i just want to thank you again for allowing us that opportunity and i know you are all freedom loving constitutionalist here so allowing us to say why why we need to keep our electoral college in give our argument as to why which is basically thrown into our constitution no not thrown into our constitution it is in our constitution and it is the rule of law and why it is so important for the individual to have an electoral college and you know what if you will allow me just a minute to expand on that i'll make it really simple because somebody was saying alex i i like the idea of electoral college i guess it protects us somehow but really what's a simple reason why because it allows the states to have their individual voices folks a national popular vote would be a mob rule and to put it very simple what's the difference between mob rule versus individual rule sovereignty simple yet a table with four people want to be has something the other three want majority ruled be those three people saying we want it we're taking it you have nothing to say against it that doesn't seem right does it that's majority rule folks that is what majority rule can be having an electoral college for the stage actually have their voices heard and they have to be respected sovereignty the rights of the individual liberty that is protected under our constitution the freedoms that is when the individual's voice actually matters so when those three say i want that whoa whoa whoa you can't have it i'm protected here i am protected here that's a simple elevator pitch but anyway let me move on wanna talk about john mccain i promise i talk about it now i know the man has been fighting cancer so i do not wish cancer on anybody folks ever love to see him he'll up love to.
"national federation" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio
"National federation of independent business survey's their biz their members every month and this month they recorded than going back in a 2017 the highest ever in their survey support for expanding business operation so they're they're businesses recognize the value of the policies of and put in place a lessening of the regulatory burden the tax reform uh that uh that is past the congressman signing law by the president or all policy changes that are having a very positive impact on the way that businesses view uh their futures and their willingness therefore to invest and expand their operations in a way that provides direct benefits to their employees their workers so um we uh we hope is any more to come we think there will be and we're excited about what that could mean for american families in american workers next up is dinner john baroso a yesterday uh president trump introduced his infrastructure plan it is a very robust plan and surely it focuses on streamlining and simplifying the permiting process so we can speed up the beginning of these projects uh right now in the united states the average time for completion of the permiting process alone is six years of president trump has talked about getting that down to two years we had a project in wyoming that is currently under construction it took fourteen years to get the permitting done but state employees time committed to this took ten thousand hours of employees time to get through the permiting process for a project fourteen years of permitting and it's going to be less than two years to complete the whole project but we need to do better with president is absolutely right we can do it in two years and snow protecting the environment the it germany they do this in less than two years to protect the environment they the same thing in in canada there are ways to do this we need to move forward with bipartisan infrastructure legislation we're gonna have our first hearing on this on march 1st secretary chao secretary of transportation will be at the environment public works committee to be there specifically to talk about the administration plan we've had up to a dozen hearings already on the concept of infrastructure what we need to do to fix a bridges water dams roads all the way across the board and we need to find ways to move forward to these projects so.
"national federation" Discussed on KBNP AM 1410
"Muster luke oh to suggest you consider donating it to the national federation of the pla yes but c3 po how we're going to do that two says by calling eight six six two eight two seven three two seven four you can log hotline to enough b o all doers route oh if you know a blind person you can reach out to be a dinner v dot all but obiwan what if i can't fly this thing there pick it up for you they will a tax deduction you will receive can i send them a hologram instead of roads believe they have the technology you are looking for i finland banned mirrors no and we are back live autographs the usa and around the world as ron said gee today and that is the voice of a friend of mine for a long long time lee greenwood highly highly you do in ron great to talk to you again the last time i think i visited with you with it figure studio in your house and uh and it's great to talk to you again i hope everything's good with you absolutely an and i want to congratulate you because i just found out that you have become america's ambassador to the disabled american veterans there aren't a lot of people in business and several in the entertainment business that certainly respond to the call of our veterans but lee is one of the top three and congratulations on that i don't even know who the other two are you know to be honest with you all right on either but i know that tony orlando and gary sinise and i are all american patriotism actually stand up whenever were asked and we are actually trustees for the medal of honor society and we're building them a new museum in charleston south carolina to be completed in the next two or three years but as far as being a ambassador for dav a lot of people may not recognize with dav is or stands four there is pva which is paralysed veterans of america there's the american legion there's the veterans of foreign wars vf w and then dav disabled american veterans these are all wounded veterans physically who have been on the march to protect the other veterans who may fall by the wayside the homeless the.
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"Muster luke oh to suggest you consider donating it to the national federation of the pla yes but c3 po how we're going to do that two says by calling eight six six two eight two seven three to seven four you can log on line two enough b o all doers route oh if you know of blonde burst you can reach out to be a dinner beall but obiwan what if i can't fly this thing there pick it up for you they will a tax deduction you will recede can i send them a hologram instead uh don't really have the technology you are looking for from little thanks for joining us today on frontlines of freedom years ago gyltan marie was a regular on the show because her combat veterans shunned was a prisoner in mexico while she's written a book about that ordeal and i've asked her to join us to discuss the book and to get everybody uptodate on what's going on because that was a horrible thing that she and her son and friends and family had to endure so walkabout different went to freedom oh thank you colonel gillam thank you again for happen beyond i though appreciate it jill tells the story about you sean he was a combat veteran came back key near the little bitter treatment from the va and who's going to get it that's how it all started right correct correct the united states marine corps veteran served to tours of duty in afghanistan he was active duty from two thousand eight to two thousand two while and when he got out of active duty he you know trying to our readapted to civilian life had some difficulties and in two thousand thirteen headed out to california the san diego level yucca veteran's administration there to get help with his post traumatic stress disorder he was definitely having symptom due out 2013 so we did the appropriate thing.
"national federation" Discussed on KOIL
"Units quote from the national federation of independent business in response to the senate's passage of the tax cuts in jobs act we are pleased to see the senate passed the tax cuts and job act which will provide significant tax relief to small businesses we're grateful to majority leader mcconnell chairman hatch and all the senators who supported the measure for small businesses federal taxes are too high the tax code is too complicated complying with the rules is too costly according to our research five of the top ten problems for small business owners relate to the federal tax code tax reform is an economic imperative and it's one step closer we urge leaders in the house and the senate to reconcile their respective plans quickly so that the president can sign tax reform into law this year that quote coming from the national federation of independent business i have a lot more thoughts i also want to share with you a quote from our senator ben sas he just posted a quote on facebook about forty five minutes ago i wanna share with you uh senator sas his thoughts on this tax code and i have some more thoughts of my own and really what i'm trying to do is just bring some clarity because there's a lot of hysteria out there right now you know in at the i've been car part of it you know over the last couple of weeks but i want to bring some clarity to this issue i'll be honest with you folks it looks like it's going to happen whether one way or not the president trump is ready to sign this thing before christmas so hang on site got a packed show fouryear matthew james this is the danger zone pearl the american legion honors.
"national federation" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"In the month of october match the second highest on record and more businesses that they planned to boost compensation israel sign is that a tight labor market could soon translate into bigger pay raises 35 percent of small business owners survey so that they had jobs to pill matching july's the second highest in records backed a 1973 this according to data from the national federation of either petr businesses in november two thousand an alltime high thirty six percent had openings job postings last month were most prevalent in construction what about forty nine percent reporting availability and in manufacturing with about forty eight percent while wage growth in the us has been modest during the current expansion reports of increased worker compensation do remain strong in october some twenty one percent of small companies say they plan to boost their pay that's the bloomberg small business report me a cat moving in with a new human it took a little getting is still she sees weird game she likes to play like this giant fathur she sticks seat in my face i swat it away she sticks it at my face i swat it wait it's almost like she thinks i enjoy it at seeing how much fun she gets out of it well i guess it makes it all worthwhile here meds a person is the best thing to happen to a shelter pet be that person adopt brought to you by the ad council and the shelterpetprojectorg berdon llp accountants and advisors celebrates 100 years by taking a look back at great moments in new york history on february third two thousand seven david tyree cemented itself into giants history by making a spectacular helmet pinning catch and super bowl 42 changed the momentum of the game at let the giants to victory over the patriot since 1917 berdon has also been securing victories for new york businesses visit berdonllpcom to learn how burden can help you achieve your own great moment in new york.
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"To prevent some of the hedge funds and big law firms to abuse that we don't want to encourage people shifting from the corporate side of the tax code for the past aside simply for tax reasons that would be inefficient out but the national federation for independent it coming out oppose it they wanted parity they want it the same rate as for corporations that would have been twenty percent they got 25 percent instead which i think is a great improvement or to where they are curve thirdly on air we're still digging through the details exactly where this quaint arbor for most they will also benefit not just from the low rate but from immediate expense but as a temporary feature right now but basically any looking to make them pay investment by computers machinery areas and other capital in that then they'll be able to write those immediately in the first year rather than what we have now which is that temporary 50 percent expanding and then you have to keep these complicated the creation schedule i think that's a great simplification but will need to work on making that permanent is it coming out of the ways and means committee or what was this coming of you know i was coming out of ways and means and one could have two style house it will bounce to the senate finance committee and it'll faith that another round of changes in there so date if if they want to pass by the senate finance should finish their job by by thank giving in order to allow far enough time to either because december eight or likely looking at another budget a budget fight over the continuing resolution which will expire then talking to remain about japan the heritage foundation appreciate your coming on today so it goes down to this senate last question will let you balance what is it look like when all is said and done because like in a movie script you you you you have a book in the have a script by the time the movie hits the screen it doesn't look anything like that we see this today how much of this is to be in it and how much of it is going to be one of those things when all is said and done it's subtle changes and it's nothing that really just grabs our attention it is.
"national federation" Discussed on KMJ NOW
"The national federation of independent business for california so let's talk about minimum wage um you know it's usually touted his way to help the working poor get them out of poverty proponents want to raise its say inflation has a road to the earning of the minimum wage and they say that in any event if you increase the minimum wage research shows that it really doesn't have a big effect on employment so what are your thoughts on raising the minimum wage well i mean look there's as much research on the other side that says it has a huge impact that it's does not increase job growth and you know small businesses have six budgets whether it's workers come up with her it's is all the capital caused liquidity inventory just the minimum wage increase that we've seen recently was about a twenty five percent hit two small businesses if we were to increase that to thirteen dollars let's say i mean that would be nearly as sixty three percent increase on this fixed costs for small business needs some i've seen some stats sang potentially thirteen thousand dollar hit per employee so i mean there are definite lee costs associated uh for the small business owner i mean if he had 10 employees you're looking at potentially a hundred and thirty thousand dollars that you're having to come up with and the question becomes can you can you give those cost to the customer will are they willing to pay for that additional expenses some some industries of some services and products they don't they will some they will i guess what kind of depends on the industry what about earned income tax credits another thing that people talk about kind of helping in the working for what are your thoughts on that lack earned income tax credit definitely i mean i know the statistics show that it raises people out of poverty i think three point three percent as californians have raised added a with it should it be expanded i know there's a huge percent do the federal seventy percent i do the federal and there was a bill in the legislature this year ab fortythree.