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THE NEWS with Anthony Davis
"newsom administration" Discussed on THE NEWS with Anthony Davis
"Of U.S. law enforcement officers elected officials and military members appear on the leaked membership roles of a far right extremist group that is accused of playing a key role in the January 6th insurrection at the U.S. capitol, according to a report released yesterday. The anti defamation league center on extremism poured over more than 38,000 names on leaked oath keepers membership lists and identified more than 370 people, it believes currently work in law enforcement agencies, including as police chiefs and sheriffs and more than a hundred people who are currently members of the military. It also identified more than 80 people who were running for or served in public office as of early August. The membership information was compiled into a database published by the transparency collective distributed denial of secrets. The data raises fresh concerns about the presence of extremists in law enforcement and the military who had tasked with enforcing laws and protecting the U.S.. It's especially problematic for public servants to be associated with extremists at a time when lies about the 2020 election, a fueling threats of violence against lawmakers and institutions. The oath keepers founded in 2009 by Stuart Rhodes is a loosely organized conspiracy theory fueled group that recruits current and former military police and first responders and falsely promotes the belief that the federal government is out to strip citizens of their civil liberties and paints its followers as defenders against tyranny. More than two dozen people associated with the oath keepers, including roads, have been charged in connection with the January 6th attack. Roads and four other oath keeper members are associates, are heading to trial this month on seditious conspiracy charges for what prosecutors have described as a week's long plot to keep then president Donald Trump in power, despite him losing the election. The one time strategist for former U.S. president Donald Trump and recipient of a presidential pardon Steve Bannon is expected to surrender to New York authorities today to face a new indictment. In 2020, Bannon was accused in federal court of defrauding donors to a fund to build a wall alongside the U.S. Mexico border, but that indictment was dismissed after he was pardoned in the final hours of Trump's presidency. The new indictment is for state criminal charges that may mirror parts of the earlier federal case, though it's unclear because the indictment is still sealed. Bannon is expected to appear in state court in Manhattan today and then be released pending trial, a president can pardon people for federal crimes, but not state crimes. Bannon is not the first Trump ally to be charged in state court in 2019, the Manhattan district attorney's office attempted to pursue former Trump campaign chairman Paul Manafort on felony charges, including mortgage fraud that was similar to crimes for which Manafort had been convicted in federal court, but the charges were dismissed after rulings that they amounted to double jeopardy, or trying someone twice for the same conduct. Manafort was pardoned by Trump in 2020. Brian kolfage and Andrew Bader Leto, who were charged alongside Bannon in the federal we build the wall case, pleaded guilty to fraud charges in April. In July, Bannon was convicted of contempt of Congress for defying a subpoena from the select committee, investigating last year's attack on the U.S. capitol, a verdict the panel called a victory for the rule of law. 68 year old Bannon championed America first right-wing populism and fierce opposition to immigration that became hallmarks of Trump's unique brand of fascism. A record heat wave put California in a fossil fuel conundrum. The state has had to rely more heavily on natural gas to produce electricity and avoid power outages, while governor Gavin Newsom's administration moves toward ending the use of oil and gas. The heat wave that started more than a week ago has been hotter and longer than any other in the state, and it put unprecedented strain on power supplies. That prompted Newsom to plead with people to use less power to avoid rolling blackouts, a practice that involves cutting some people's power to save energy so the lights can stay on for everyone else. The effort worked, but meeting the state's heightened energy demand also required activating generators fueled by natural or methane gas, which is still a major part of the state's power picture, demand will only climb in the years ahead by 2045 when the state is mandated to get all of its electricity from non carbon or renewable sources, demand is expected to be as high as 78,000 megawatts due to more electric home appliances and cars on the road. To meet that demand both the government and major utilities like Pacific gas and electric are working to scale up renewable sources such as solar and wind power, as well as large scale batteries that can store that power for use at night. You can subscribe to 5 minute news on YouTube with your preferred podcast app, ask your smart speaker or enable 5 minute news as your Amazon Alexa flash briefing skill. 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Rage for Justice Report
"newsom administration" Discussed on Rage for Justice Report
"<Speech_Female> <Speech_Female> And the problems <Speech_Female> with the <Speech_Female> calzones inspections <Speech_Female> of the wells, <Speech_Female> I think one of the things <Speech_Female> that one of <Speech_Female> our colleagues <Speech_Female> in <Speech_Male> this well permitting <Speech_Male> report, <Speech_Female> Kyle farrar <Speech_Female> <Speech_Female> at frac tracker alliance <Speech_Female> noted was that <Speech_Female> the <Speech_Female> most egregious <Speech_Female> piece of this is <Speech_Female> that <Speech_Male> they were quote <Speech_Male> unquote remote inspecting <Speech_Female> only <Speech_Female> the super remote <Speech_Female> wells as well. So <Speech_Female> many of the <Speech_Female> wells that are in neighborhoods <Speech_Female> that are of course <Speech_Male> posing <Speech_Female> the greatest <Speech_Female> risk to neighborhoods <Speech_Female> and communities <Speech_Female> were not being <Speech_Female> tested properly, <Speech_Female> could be <Speech_Female> leaking and causing more <Speech_Female> of these health <Speech_Female> problems. <Speech_Female> And that brings us back <Speech_Female> to the setbacks that <Speech_Female> you mentioned <Speech_Male> at the beginning <Speech_Female> at the beginning of the <Speech_Male> podcast. So maybe you can just <Speech_Female> tell us what the <Speech_Male> <Speech_Male> status of that <Speech_Female> I think <Speech_Female> rather scandalous. <Speech_Female> The <Speech_Female> setback rule was <Speech_Female> something that Newsom <Speech_Female> actually called for a <Speech_Male> couple of years ago. <Speech_Male> And <Speech_Male> he said he wanted a buffer. <Speech_Female> We <Speech_Female> were one of the few <Speech_Female> oil producing states that <Speech_Female> actually have none. <Speech_Male> We had none <Speech_Female> on the books statewide. <Speech_Female> <Speech_Female> And so he, <Speech_Female> you know, he called <Speech_Female> for one. And <Speech_Female> calcium <Speech_Female> just kept dragging his feet <Speech_Female> and dragging his feet and <Speech_Female> was like a year late, <Speech_Female> finally <Speech_Male> coming out with a draft <Speech_Female> rule. <Speech_Female> The draft rule, <Speech_Female> <Speech_Male> you know, it proposes <Speech_Male> to <Speech_Male> construct a <Speech_Male> buffer of 3200 <Speech_Male> feet <Speech_Female> between communities <Speech_Female> and oil drilling. <Speech_Female> And <Speech_Female> to ban any quote <Speech_Female> new drilling. <Speech_Female> But that <Speech_Male> rule does not <Speech_Female> <Speech_Female> preclude <Speech_Female> continuing <Speech_Female> to <Speech_Male> have wells <Speech_Male> that are already there <Speech_Male> produce oil <Speech_Male> and gas. And <Speech_Male> unfortunately, <Speech_Male> that doesn't fix <Speech_Male> the buffer problem. It <Speech_Male> doesn't fix the exposure <Speech_Male> problem. <Speech_Male> Because <Speech_Male> and also because <Speech_Male> permits, <Speech_Male> it seems to be that there are <Speech_Male> more rework permits <Speech_Male> being requested, right? <Speech_Male> Than drilling permits, <Speech_Male> and that that's the <Speech_Male> way things are going. <Speech_Male> It's an <Speech_Male> avenue for the oil industry <Speech_Male> to keep producing from <Speech_Male> existing wells, which <Speech_Male> doesn't protect communities. <Speech_Male> Moreover, <Speech_Female> that <Speech_Female> particular rule <Speech_Female> is still a draft rule and <Speech_Female> hasn't been finalized, <Speech_Female> so there <Speech_Female> is no buffer <Speech_Male> right now between <Speech_Male> communities and oil drilling. <Speech_Male> And again, <Speech_Female> it appears calm <Speech_Female> seems to <Speech_Female> be dragging its <Speech_Female> feet on <Speech_Female> finalizing anything. <Speech_Female> Now, <Speech_Female> hopefully what they're <Speech_Male> hearing is that the <Speech_Male> rules not good enough <Speech_Male> from <Speech_Male> dozens <Speech_Male> of environmental groups, <Speech_Female> including ours. <Speech_Female> <Speech_Male> We need to simply <Speech_Male> ban <Speech_Male> those <Speech_Male> wells within 3200 <Speech_Male> feet, <Speech_Male> regardless of whether they're <Speech_Male> currently producing <Speech_Male> or <SpeakerChange> <Speech_Male> they want to drill new ones. <Speech_Male> Well, the first <Speech_Female> step towards that <Speech_Female> is for the Newsom <Speech_Female> administration to <Speech_Male> stop approving <Speech_Male> the reworks <Speech_Male> of <Speech_Male> these <Speech_Female> old and idle <Speech_Female> wells <Speech_Female> in neighborhoods <Speech_Female> <Speech_Male> that could be putting <Speech_Male> people at risk. That's an <Speech_Male> easy low hanging <Speech_Female> fruit to <Speech_Female> start <Speech_Female> getting these wells out <Speech_Female> of communities and <Speech_Female> protecting us all from those <Speech_Female> dangerous leaks. <Speech_Female> Yes, and ordering <Speech_Female> the companies to <Speech_Male> cap the wells, <Speech_Male> ordering them to do so. <Speech_Male> They do <Speech_Male> have some orders on hand. <Speech_Female> I don't think they've <Speech_Female> issued, <Speech_Female> I mean, this is <Speech_Female> ridiculous. <Speech_Male> They should be issuing <Speech_Male> those orders. <Speech_Female> And I <Speech_Female> don't see any fines <Speech_Female> so far <Speech_Female> for these <Speech_Male> companies. They're 5 companies <Speech_Male> and Bakersfield <Speech_Male> involved here with <SpeakerChange> these leaky <Speech_Male> wells. I haven't heard anything about <Speech_Female> fines. <Speech_Female> Yeah, you know, <Speech_Female> it really needs <Speech_Female> to be stepped up <Speech_Female> or perhaps <Speech_Female> governor Newsom should <Speech_Female> think about firing <Speech_Female> his <Speech_Female> oil and <Speech_Female> gas supervisor. <Speech_Female> <Speech_Female> Because <SpeakerChange> this <Speech_Female> isn't working. <Speech_Female> Well, <Speech_Male> thanks, Lisa. <Speech_Male> For <Speech_Female> walking us through all that, <Speech_Female> if <Speech_Female> those of you who are listening <Speech_Female> want to know <Speech_Female> where all these wells <Speech_Female> are, <Speech_Female> we're
Rage for Justice Report
"newsom administration" Discussed on Rage for Justice Report
"So like in Beverly Hills, there were a couple of wells, some years ago, near a school, and it took a $1 million to plug those wells. The 500,000 each. It doesn't have to cause that much to plug a well. It depends on where it is. But it's extremely costly. And so essentially, you have the administration coddling the oil industry. And the problem with all of this is that idle and marginally producing wealth can leak. And that's exactly what's happened. In northern Bakersfield, residents noticed because they were having headaches and stomach aches and all kinds of problems. Fatigue and they could hardly move. They discovered more than 40 of these idle wells, and they were leaking methane, and they were also, which is a very potent greenhouse gas, but also can be very deadly at certain concentrations. And also this stuff includes chemicals like benzene and formaldehyde, and all kinds of things that sound creepy because they are. I mean, all this stuff, if you're exposed to it, you breathe it and you're close enough to it, can cause all kinds of health problems. Anything from cognitive decline to cardiopulmonary problems to low birth weights, premature births, even cancer. So they discovered it. They raised a ruckus activists who are in sympathy with them who belong to the last chance alliance to which we also belong and are trying to shut these wells down. And so that's basically what's on the agenda and there were protests this week in both simultaneously Bakersfield and Sacramento at the offices of the California geologic energy. Management division of the department of conservation. Colloquially known as calgon. And actually that the whole protest was well covered in the media, and it was quite creative. So basically, the people who protested were mimicking what they discovered through a few whistleblowers that are unnamed are doing at in Bakersfield. So in Bakersfield, they're actually, I love this inspecting remotely from their desks. These leaking wealth. And there was evidently allegedly a quota of how many wells you basically had to be inspecting in order to meet these quotas and it was easier to do this remotely. Remote monitoring and in addition with the physical inspections where they were going were on the edges of oil fields, not where people live. To conduct the inspections. I'm assuming because it was much easier to do them quickly because they weren't near people. And so this was a big scandal. And so the protesters actually brought desks. To the protest and sat down at desks and held signs asking Newsom to stand up to big oil. And for Cal Jim to do its job. And that's right on. Cal jump claims it's fixing the wells. However, 5 of them are leaking again that were just fixed. And then they found two new idle wells in the area. So the problem with these idle wells as a whole is that they dot areas like they're probably quite a few. There are quite a few of them here in Los Angeles is the largest urban oil field in the country. And they're like minefields, you may not realize that you're near one, and yet you are breathing some of this stuff. And you wouldn't necessarily know it unless you're feeling poorly and maybe you've gone to the doctor 50 times to find out if it isn't, you know, chronic fatigue syndrome. So it's a really serious problem. So I was just going to bet on the point that you just made about the fact that these wells are in neighborhoods.
Rage for Justice Report
"newsom administration" Discussed on Rage for Justice Report
"Me today is my friend Liza Tucker, who runs our energy and environment projects, hey Lisa. Hey. Thanks for having me. Absolutely. Happy Friday. Happy Friday to you, too. So you had a very busy week, maybe we'll maybe we'll talk about the press release you put out today next week, but first I want to talk about what happened a little earlier this week. You put together some numbers with our colleagues at frac tracker alliance in California about state approvals for well permits oil well permits. Tell me about those new numbers. Well, essentially, the new numbers in the second quarter of this year show that all of the permitting was concentrated on reworking existing oil wells. So those state approvals jumped up a 124% over the same quarter last year. And this is actually quite significant because it shows that companies are trying to just sort of beat whatever they can out of old wells. And they're hesitant to do much with new drills. The new drills, those approvals fell by half. But when it comes to the reworking of the wealth, what's going on is, you know, old wells can have lots of problems. They can develop obstructions and you need to basically drill a different sort of tunnel a borehole that goes a different direction in order to bypass it, you need to maybe deepen it because as we deplete our oil reserves, they're harder and harder to reach, or you need to fix it because the casings in the wells are corroding. And so what we're seeing here is a concentration on reworking all of those old wells. And that may possibly be because there is so much, you know, the oil industry sees that fracking is going to be banned, that they won't be able to do that anymore at all. That there is pressure for a setback so that there's some sort of a buffer zone of 3200 feet between communities and their operations. So that's why there may be more of a concentration on the reworks.
Bloomberg Radio New York
"newsom administration" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Material The house has approved a bill to decriminalize and legalize marijuana at the federal level most states have already taken such steps either for medicinal or recreational purposes The democratic measure faces an uncertain future in the 50 50 Senate I'm Brad Siegel California will distribute $14 million and stop the hate funds to combat hate incidents Julie Ryan has more The Asian American and Pacific Islander communities have seen a sharp climb in racist attacks not only in California but across the country The Newsom administration is distributing $14 million in grant funds to aid the organizations to aid in support victims of hate incidents Governor Newsom says we aim to help victims of violence but also prevent violence in the future Los Angeles County Orange County San Joaquin valley and the Bay Area are among those who will receive help The $14 million is just part of 30 million that will be distributed this year Additional grants will be announced in the next few weeks I'm Julie Ryan The total wealth of the top 1% in America hit nearly $46 trillion late last year That's according to the Federal Reserve which puts the figure at $45.9 trillion for the final three months of 2021 Higher stock prices are one reason for the total increase last year which came out to 6 and a half trillion one New York University economics professor described the figures as astounding NASA workers are being put through their paces this weekend as they practice for the first launch of the new Artemis rocket Rory O'Neill reports In this weekend's wet dress rehearsal teams at NASA's Kennedy Space Center will do almost everything but launch the new Artemis rocket the most powerful ever made NASA wants ground crews to practice What it will be like to load people and fuel onto the rocket that's 322 feet tall an actual launch is set for later this spring when Artemis will send an uncrewed Orion space capsule on a trip around the moon I'm Rory O'Neill More than 100,000 student loan borrowers will reportedly receive debt forgiveness CNBC says more than $6 billion in debt relief is possible due to policy fixes at the Department of Education A 2007 law allows nonprofit and government employees to have their federal student loans canceled after ten years I'm grant Siegel Now this Bloomberg sports update grapefruit league action from Florida that I saw their spring record dropped to 6 and 6 after a 7 to two lost to St. Louis a game that featured a lengthy ring delay and its starting to rain on the Met's season before it even begins That's right Andrew Jacob de Grom underwent an MRI the news was not positive for the former national league sighing award winner de Grom suffered a stress reaction in his right scapula but Metz announced that deGrasse will be reevaluated after being shut down for the next four weeks The Yankees now 6 and 8 in the spring after his 6 to two win over Detroit Kyle lagasse his 5th home run of the spring a strong outing by Garrett Cole allowing one run on two hits over three plus innings with 5 strikeouts In the National Hockey League at Madison Square Garden Matthew barzal had a goal and an assist including his 300th career point semi and varlamov stopped 27 shots for his 36th career shutout and the islanders beat the rangers three nothing cases and Matt Martin also scored for the islanders who have won three straight and 7 of ten Bar Le Mans who had ten shutouts last season including four against the rangers got his second this season Long considered out of the playoff pitcher the islanders pulled with him 13 points of Washington for the second wild card in the Eastern Conference with 15 games remaining one more than the capitals The Devils had Friday off they'll be hosting Florida at Prudential center later this afternoon at 1230 And Linux and the nets had Friday off as well the next have a 1 p.m. matinee with Cleveland at the garden later this afternoon The nets will be at Atlanta at 7 30 later this evening The United States will face England Iran and possibly Ukraine in the World Cup later this year After qualifying for the global competition for the first time in 8 years this week the United States the number 15 soccer team in the world has now been drawn into Group B in Qatar While the Bloomberg sports update I'm Tom Rogers.
AP News Radio
California brings back mask mandate as virus cases rise
"Hi hi Mike Mike Rossi Rossi a a reporting reporting California California brings brings back back its its mass mass command command data's data's coronavirus coronavirus cases cases rise rise with with corona corona virus virus cases cases in in the the state state on on the the up up tick tick California California is is reinstituting reinstituting a a state state wide wide indoor indoor mask mask mandate mandate governor governor Gavin Gavin Newsom's Newsom's administration administration has has announced announced the the new new mandate mandate will will start start Wednesday Wednesday and and last last until until January January fifteenth fifteenth per per capita capita new new coronavirus coronavirus cases cases in in California California have have increased increased forty forty seven seven percent percent in in the the past past two two weeks weeks additionally additionally California California is is ordering ordering unvaccinated unvaccinated people people attending attending indoor indoor events events of of one one thousand thousand or or more more people people to to have have a a negative negative test test within within one one or or two two days days of of the the event event depending depending on on the the type type of of test test California California is is also also recommending recommending that that travelers travelers visiting visiting or or returning returning to to the the state state get get tested tested within within five five days days of of arrival arrival hi hi Mike Mike Crossey Crossey
John and Ken on Demand
"newsom administration" Discussed on John and Ken on Demand
"When we come back. Another reason that doesn't get talked about a lot is too wide new. Some has to go this incredibly horrific employment development department all the unemployment. Snafu problems coming up john and ken. Kfi jonah keri. John kobylt. Ken chiampou camp by six forty five everywhere. I would shut him up. Kill that guy. No don't advocate violence. We don't well kill that guy. I mean kill the kill the sound. Think about what you say. Okay kills here. My death wishes on him Welcome to california the nation state. That's like a third world country. Were just talking about the problems with the electricity supply and how they are going to. They did ask the by the administration to allow their natural gas plants that they need to put online to get enough electricity to be full polluters for a while. Why not sixty days of pollution from the natural gas plants because the newsom administration so badly screwed up on excessive use of solar power. They say that is a signal that is a signal that we're teetering on the edge of blackouts in the state at the hottest time of the year. Because you gotta remember. There's three things they've done here. They have purchased five new natural gas generating plants. They have asked for a waiver so they could pollute at one hundred percent capacity and they also relaxed restrictions on diesel generators and engines. Now that's three things in a short period of time. What does that tell you. We're really close to running out of lecture at least two flex alerts this week. Miss bandra another side of a third world. Nation state is corruption and fraud. So we move over to the lovely employment development department which probably got ripped off to the tune of over thirty billion dollars mostly during last year's pandemic with fraudulent claims and we have the case of at least one guilty play. It's a woman who used to work for years ago and she was involved in disability scam. Now she got fired. Serve some prison time. And now while working as a tax preparer took a look at what was going on during the pandemic and all the money that he was paying out and said oh why not so she started putting in fake claims. She received one hundred ninety seven. Add debit cards with benefits. Totaling one million six hundred.
"newsom administration" Discussed on 1A
"This is one a. I'm jen white. in washington. californians are set to head to the polls to decide the fate of democratic governor gavin newsom. It's the second recall of a california governor in the state's history and forty six candidates are hoping to take his job including conservative talk show host larry elder. They are scared to death. They know that if california can elect a conservative governor like myself and they can and they will on september the fourteenth that any state can former olympian and reality. Tv star caitlyn jenner. We have to change things. I love this country. I'm a patriot. I love this state. The states so much for me over the years. I've watched it crumble right in front of my eyes and finance youtuber. Kevin path wrath. I go by meat. Kevin online and i'm running for governor to replace gavin newsom. My policies are aimed at solving the primary issues. We have in the state of california. Which i don't believe our republican or democratic at heart. I believe we've californian issues in california but do any of them have a chance to replace newsom in one of the bluest states in the us. California has the world's fifth largest economy its policies surrounding climate change housing finance and more have implications for the entire. Us so here to answer all our questions about what's happening in the golden state is libby. Dank men she's senior reporter covering politics at member station. Kpcc in los angeles california and libby. Thanks for joining us today. Thanks for having me and also with us david. A correo executive director of california constitution center at university of california berkeley school of law. David welcome to the program to be here so let me. How did we get here to a recall election well last year. We had a group of republican voters. Who decided that they wanted to try to recall the governor. It was one of six efforts that has been launched since newsome was elected and this one happened to fall during a time when the corona virus was starting to surge as the supporters of the recall were gathering signatures in the fall and you saw two things converging at the same time in november of last year there was pekan corona virus cases. A lot of people are getting frustrated with lockdowns And the Recall supporters went to court to ask for extra time to gather signatures and when they did that. A judge granted four extra months to gather the one point five million signatures signatures. They needed to qualify for the ballot. And that was Happening around that same time as folks were getting tired of lockdowns and what happened is now history. They were able to gather enough signatures. This whole recall effort just had fuel poured on the fire Of of folks frustration with the newsom administration will twenty states allow their citizens to recall the governor. David why does california have recall elections recall california started in nineteen eleven with governor hiram johnson progressive party of reforms. They instituted several direct democracy tools. In california's constitution the initiative referendum recall johnson was concerned with eliminating private interest in government and wanted to make public service in the state responsible to the people so he felt that the direct democracy tools in the constitution when arm. The people to protect themselves against abuses. If felt like the people of california were ready to rule themselves. Libby explain a bit of the process for us. How exactly does a recall election in california work. It's a very interesting process jen. So first of all the recall process in california only needs twelve percent of voters from the last gubernatorial election to qualify for ballot so well nineteen states in the country. Have a recall process in california. It's much easier to qualify that signature. Threshold is much lower than in most other states. Now once that recall it has qualified for the ballot the legislature and the lieutenant governor set the date of the recall and voters will have two questions before them on the ballot. Now the first question is whether you want to recall. The governor should the should the governor be recalled. The second question has dozens of candidates before voters Folks who qualified for the ballot they ranged from Billboard celebrity angeline from los angeles kind of a cult favorite reality tv star. Caitlyn jenner to elected former elected officials like the former mayor of san diego. kevin faulkner. You have Kevin kiley of current assemblyman. And then larry elder who is Relatively well known conservative. Talk show host In los angeles and syndicated nationally again. There is no runoff process in california and so once the Voters decide whether to recall gavin newsom. They turned that second ballot. And whoever gets a plurality of support on the second question of ballot will be the next governor. There this is not a primary. this is You know straight up Somebody with a low plurality of voter support could win this election. If the governor is recalled david california is huge. But as we've heard it's also mostly blue. How difficult is it to trigger a recall election in the state you know luby's right. California arguably has the least burdensome procedure for recalling governor You get one hundred sixty days ordinarily. We're not together. Twelve percent of the gubernatorial cast in the last election The other interesting thing about california besides the fact that it has the lowest search seizure requirement and probably the longest signature gathering period is. It's one of what we call political recall states. There's no substantive requirement for recalling governor the voters or any other state officer voters can remove them whenever they want for any reason or no reason at all. There are other states that are called. Malfeasance states require some kind of perfidy in office conviction of a crime corruption. For.
John and Ken on Demand
"newsom administration" Discussed on John and Ken on Demand
"It's what you're talking about. It's a right to housing. But a responsibility to take it and they were moving that idea long and then it just died. This is like three years ago already. I can see that there was a reluctance. Probably somewhere within the newsom administration of the democrat party for that particular path. But that sounds like what you're talking about it is. I'm saying very clearly that. I actually believe that every human being has a right to shelter. We care about folks. I also believe that when we provide that shelter you have an obligation to use it and as mayor of san diego. I enforced that obligation look. I picked shelter locations in san diego myself personally and i made a deal with the commander. I said it's going to be cleaner and safer in this neighborhood with the shelter. Then before was there and i felt so strongly about backing that up that created a new division within the san diego police department the neighborhood policing division whose sole focus was on homeless and quality of life and again. We took the position. That if we're going to provide a clean safe sanitary place for you to go. You have to use it and so when people saw that we were serious that we were taking aggressive action. They saw that it was working. It became not just popular but wildly popular by the way in every part of the city and every business district every community every park And that's the same approach that i'm going to take As governor and we just have to do it. It's it's it's folks just commonsense guys. Can you do that as governor. Because a lot of these issues are taken up at the local level. Like you were made san diego. You could work with the council to do these things but has governor. Can you tell. La what to do. So that's why we're gonna work to pass legislation that in essence Codifies what i just said that it will become the law of the state that you have the right to shelter and win that's provided that you have an obligation to use it. I will lead by example governor. Just as i did as mayor and we will say no uncertain terms for all of the reluctant and recalcitrant mayors said. It's no longer an option. It will be the long california and again it will be the law for all the right reasons. I can't think of it. I can't think of a rational argument against this. I think most people would agree. This is a this is the path to take the most realistic path to take well. But here's where it breaks down is when you have elected officials that have no spine that have no backbone. Actually go out and make a difference on the street and do enforcement. I did and it worked. That's why we had thirteen different cities that came and visited and san diego before kobe to seize the system that we set up and again. It's a system designed to say we care about you enough not to.
"newsom administration" Discussed on KCRW
"Giles Snyder reports, The lawmakers will focus on infrastructure. Senate Budget Committee Chairman Bernie Sanders says he and President Biden her on the same page. Senate Democrats work toward initial votes later this month on their infrastructure plans. My job Is to do everything I can To see that the Senate comes forward with the strongest possible legislation. Sanders spoke to reporters after meeting with the president at the White House Democrats are working on two tracks. The first is the $1.2 trillion bipartisan bill that focuses on roads, bridges and expanding Internet service. The other is a much larger Democrats only package that Sanders is working on that would address climate change and make investments in education, childcare and more trial. Snyder NPR news. Violent protests and looting continue in South Africa. The unrest began last week as demonstrators called for the release of former President Jacob Zuma from jail. Current President Cyril Ramaphosa he's urging an end to the protests. Smartphone dickwad reports, the president says this is a cover for theft. Addressing the nation on Monday, Ramaphosa said that poverty is a significant contributor to the widespread looting. South Africa is also dealing with the devastating third wave of the pandemic driven by the Delta variant. The president said the protests have disrupted the country's covid 19 vaccine rollout. His vaccination centers in affected areas were forced to close. Ishmael Fund equal reporting from Harare. You're listening to NPR news. 604 this is KCRW news. I'm Matt Gillam. When students and teachers returned to classrooms in California in the fall, they will be required to wear masks indoors. That decision by state public health officials represents a far more cautious approach. The new guidance from the CDC. That agency's guidance allows for students and teachers who are vaccinated to go without a mask indoors. But California Health and Human Services Secretary Dr Mark Galli says there's a good reason for the states go slow approach with the level of uncertainty and frankly, our work in progress. I'm getting young people vaccinated, starting the fall with all kids masking. Plus emphasizing the need to do good ventilation in our schools as well as having testing available, Um, I think it's going to be California's way to go. Doctor. Galli says that because they're leaving the indoor mask mandate in place, and many schools may have an issue with spacing schools will not be required to have physical distancing in their classrooms. Governor Gavin Newsom has approved an extra half billion dollars for wildfire prevention. The change comes after Cap radio and NPR's California newsroom revealed Newsom's administration nixed a similar amount. Gap Radio's Scott Rod has more The additional $500 million more than doubles. What was in the final budget deal between Newsome and State lawmakers. H. D. Palmer, with the Department of Finance says the money will help with wildfire resiliency. It could be things such as Fuel breaks clean up on state owned properties and restoration to make them less susceptible to potential fire conditions down the road. But there's a catch. The additional money will be allocated this year only if Newsome and the Legislature decide it's necessary. That's led to criticism from some Republican lawmakers who represent fire prone communities. Here's Assemblyman James Gallagher, We need continuous appropriation, meaning definite funding in the budget allocated and able to expand, not just there at the whim of the governor's administration who doesn't really have a great record on this stuff. Over four million acres burned in California last year. That radio's Scott Rod reporting. After 15 months of being shut down due to the pandemic, the cruise industry is sailing back in Southern California. Both the ports of L A and Long beach have either already signed agreements allowing cruise ships to dock there or are working on them. Under the deal's a 95% threshold of vaccinated passengers and crew members will be required per trip. It's a rule from the CDC that allows for kids and others medical exemptions to be on board. Testing will be a part of the protocols, but masks will not be required for vaccinated passengers on board. The first launch from Long Beach will be the carnival panorama departing on August 21st in L. A. The Grand princess will depart on September 25th for cruise to the Mexican Riviera. Support for NPR comes from little passports, offering activity kits to keep kids engaged. This summer, they'll explore France and Japan and build a volcano and submarine from the kitchen table. More at little passports dot com. Temperatures are slightly cooler today, but it is another warm and sunny summer day out there. Patchy morning clouds in downtown L. A. Clearing The sunshine by the afternoon. Look for the mid eighties in the inland empire in the inland Orange County region. Plenty of sunshine their light morning winds as well. Lower eighties for that area. In an empire slim chance of some thunderstorm activity this morning, followed by hot and sunny conditions later on the high nineties, low nineties today in the San Fernando Valley. It's morning edition from NPR News. I'm Steve Inskeep, and I'm Sasha Pfeiffer. Dozens of Texas Democrats have left the state and gone to Washington,.
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"newsom administration" Discussed on The Larry Elder Show
"Bill jones. Thank you larry build. We give you love on the program or what. Well we're happy to be on bill. Thank you so much for coming on. I appreciate it bill. Is you know giving strong consideration to entering this race. I'm gonna make an announcement in the next few days one way or the other one of the big issues that since i'm a southern california kid born in the city that i know very little about are the water issues. The farming issues. I know that a lot of farmers are very upset about water rights. It's complicated. They're a bunch of boards at ration. Out the water i want you to kind of give us a primer on how it works with water in the state. Okay larry. well. I'm happy to do that. my family's worked on water issues in california for three generations My father was involved with ronald reagan. Who built the aqueduct. That brings water to la and the pumps up in the delta. Northern california are named after him because of that work Today in california. We're living off the infrastructure that my father built my grandfather worked on. And since the last oh mid sixties we've been unable to get a consensus to do what the last generation did which is build for the future We built a system and facilities for twenty million. Now we have forty plus million and what happened the way the system was designed. Was that the water that was comes from the north and goes to the south Was allocated based on. I goes to the urban areas second goes to egg and the environment Because in drought periods. That's the tearing of the water so that people get the water i in the urban areas. Well that's a fine system and that's the way it should be however it was never considered that we would stop building construction of new facilities like we've done the last forty years and just Live off the past infrastructure. So the problem we have today. Is that when you hit. These drought periods. There's not enough storage. We have had A number of measures to build additional stories but we always run up against the extreme environmental community. That really. it's not about the water. it's about their effort to stop growth in california and in stopping growth. They end up in drought periods. Basically making everybody suffer and it's the same electricity No nuclear power plants. You know we. We're ending up living off. Arizona nevada for power that we need during peak periods. And that's why they're talking about you know don't plug in your electric car because we may have blackouts so you know these kinds of concepts that limit. People's ability to grow and expand and have government interfere with the marketplace is. What's hurt agriculture. And it's also hurt just the average person because it's drives up the cost of tomatoes tomatoes. California grows most of the tomatoes that are grown in this country. Almonds the same way and you have to have a diversify economy in california if you want to be successful. We can't do it without water. My guess is bill. Jones served in the california state assembly later on california's twenty fifth secretary of state bill. Why can't republicans make this argument. Nobody likes the idea of higher prices because the water is so expensive. Nobody likes the idea of brownouts. Why haven't we been able to win the argument against these against these environmental greenies. Well until you larry. It's a great question. I mean i worked on these issues in the nineties in the eighties. And what happens in more recently just not to go back historically but more recently as of the last few years there wasn't tremendous effort on a bipartisan basis. Actually in congress to move forward some additional stories in california and it was stopped by the newsom administration and You know a lack of push by the legislature to really get behind building additional stories facilities. And we've funded ample number of dollars into bonds and california and it goes into everything but additional storage so So i'm not being. It's not strictly a partisan issue. As i said we had some support back east democrat and republican to get something done and the governor newsome's administration stopped it because of this no growth attitude. Bill i think what also happens is people get up in the morning to take a shower. They turn on the tap. The water's there. So what's the problem. Well and that's true and the problem there too is with again. I don't want to get off the water issue but you can have the same problem with power you go flip on the switch and it if the power goes on you know thinking about if it doesn't go on it's a grave concern and i can tell you back in two thousand. I ran for governor in thousand and and against gray davis and he got later beaten in the recall but that recall and his loss in that election was partially due to the blackouts. We had at that time because even then we were not building for the future when it comes to infrastructure and so at drought is something that happens. And there's nothing you can do about it It's an external lament. But you have to build for those kind of problems in state is diverse importance california. And if you don't you're going to be in a situation where you catch people off guard bill jones. Please don't go away. I wanna talk to you when we come back about a number of things. I'm looking at a state like california. I'm looking at a country like israel that i visited israel as i understand. It is almost one hundred percent water self sufficient because of desalination plants That are near the mediterranean. We've got a little body of water known as the pacific ocean. Why in the hell is california experiencing a water shortages and given all these egg hits. We have in silicon.
"newsom administration" Discussed on AP News
"Says the U. N because of war, violence and persecution. This is a P news. Carnival says a data breach may have exposed the personal information of those who sailed on its carnival cruise lines, among others. Here's our Jackie Quinn with the latest on this Carnival says it was hacked in March and Cyber intruders may have gotten social Security numbers, passport information, dates of birth, home addresses and health information for its passengers and crew on Carnival, Holland America and Princess Cruise ships. A Carnival spokesman says those affected Have been notified. Carnival, which is based in Miami, also divulged. It was hit twice last year with Ransomware attacks but did not say if payments were made. I'm Jackie Quinn, California will stop giving unemployment benefits to those who are not actively looking for work. This starts July 11, says Governor Gavin Newsom's administration. I'm Rita Foley. AP News The infrastructure plan Congressional Democrats are developing has swelled $6 trillion. That's the price tag on the massive infrastructure investment plan. Congressional Democrats are now crafting even as negotiations on a smaller bipartisan package continue. The emerging Democratic plan includes lowering Medicare eligibility to age 60. Democrats also want to provide legal status for certain immigrants, including so called dreamers. AIDS not authorized to publicly discuss the private deliberations confirmed the emerging plan. Half of the $6 trillion would be paid for with proposed taxes on corporations and those earning more than $400,000. Meantime, the bipartisan negotiating group working on a nearly $1 trillion plan has grown to 21 Senators with 11. Republicans might cross CIA Washington.
"newsom administration" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK
"For breaking news, Local news, traffic and weather News 93.1 kfbk Good morning to you on this Monday, June 14th I'm Christina and answer. I'm Sam Shane. Here's what's trending. At this hour. The city of Susan Ville plans to sue Governor Newsom's administration. This new lawsuit has nothing to do. However. With the pandemic. Elk Grove is annexed a large parcel of land and will soon welcome a new international company, bringing hundreds of jobs. Also in the news this morning, the wreckage of a small airplane in Folsom Lake has been solved a decades old mystery. We will get to that story and much more in just a moment. Let's get up to the roads right now. And check in with Brian Nobles. Take it away. Right now. Things are looking pretty good on our roads around Sacramento. Of course, we have that closure of highway 99 both ways between 47 Damn Anu and Highway 50 right now, where we're seeing some delays is all a little bit on Northwest Highway. 99 traffic is actually being taken off at MLK and it fruit region so received it's a little bit of a backup. They're not a long run, however much more affected as West Band Camp City freeways slowed to a crawl at E Street. That's Where you lose the two left lanes that would normally trash transition to South down highway 99. So those right lanes are calling all the way to the highway 50 transition. We do have a little heavier than normal traffic on I five coming in from l growth, Nothing that will add more than maybe two or three minute time here community coming in from there, however, if you spot something on the road in front of you and want to pass it along, called the Bonnie leading the way home Traffic headline dial pound 2 50 say traffic traffic on the 10 to every 10 minutes mornings and afternoons from the body, leaving the way home. Traffic center News 93.1 Chaos three k mostly sunny today and becoming breezy with an afternoon high of 82 to 86 Tonight starts out breezy and clear and mild, though 53 to 57. Tomorrow. Mostly sunny and very warm. High heating..
"newsom administration" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK
"I macular meteorologist Joe Lundberg News 93.1 kfbk currently 55 degrees in Sacramento. Out of the stories trending on this Thursday morning. New numbers out this morning show California home construction. Is it a 13 Year high? The Sacramento Bee reporting housing instruction in California jump last year to the highest level since the great recession Despite the covert 19 pandemic and a historic state population decline. New data shows that more new homes are being built in the Central Valley and foothills. As coastal Californians move inland this morning, Governor Newsome is expanding his multibillion dollar spending plan. He wants to open up. Kindergarten to all four year old Children in California Public schools KFBK is Aubrey Aquino reports A new proposal from Governor Gavin Newsom's administration would allow all four year olds more access to early education before they're eligible for kindergarten. It's a full year more than what's currently available in California early Edge Executive director Patricia Lozano is excited at the prospect. You see that guitar Propriety, and especially now, after a year we're family really struggled and there is a lot of trauma. I think now anything we can do so kids have that opportunity to go to program and learn and make friends and it's great California created it's transitional or pre kindergarten program in 2010, but only one in 44 year olds qualified right now. If this plan is fully implemented, an additional 266,000 of them could enroll Ariake. No news 93.1 kid became, we're gonna catch up with Aubrey. We shall have more details and reaction on the governor's kindergarten plan Coming up with 5 45 this morning. Officials with the U. S. Treasury say the federal budget deficit has already increased by nearly $2 Trillion in just this fiscal year alone can't be case Tom Roberts Widmore. The big gap is mostly due to Congress passing a massive coronavirus relief bill, which included $1400. Stimulus checks for millions of Americans. Economists say this year's budget deficit is expected to exceed last year's record at roughly 3.4. Trillion. This means of the national debt could grow to more than $37 trillion over the next decade, which is a dramatic increase from 28 Trillion Currently. Tom Roberts News 93.1 kfbk You a supply chain is still not where it needs to be. This is hampering the reopening of businesses a year after the pandemic onset, we're still not back to 100%. Capacity inside of manufacturing facilities inside of ports. So things aren't moving quite as fast as they would move in normal ties that Scott Gras, chair of the department of the supply chain management at Iowa State University, he says it's going to take time for the supply chains to get back to normal, But he is confident they will be back to normal in several months at 5 34 on this Thursday morning here, your top national stories The colonial pipeline is back online after a cyber attack and left it shut down earlier this week. Drivers, however, have been stunned by gas shortages across the Southeast. ABC is a real rush of us at the airport in Charlotte, North Carolina, where airlines are also feeling the pain here in Charlotte. They're trying to conserve as much fuel as possible to avoid canceling any flights were here on the tarmac, and we just saw this plane getting topped off with fuel, but American.
"newsom administration" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK
"Me say this. Here me out as we move forward. Take your measure Me and my heart. If you're still disagree, so be it. President Biden has a history of making alliances with opposing party members and hoping that goodwill carries over as he takes the White House and the field. ABC NEWS Washington Crowds lining the roads of Washington D. C. Thousands of National Guard troops are on hand police saying they've made more arrests. ABC Geovany Tess's Their ABC News has learned that there actually was on arrest earlier today for unregistered ammunition. Now they don't think that it was specifically a threat because they Find any weapon per se, but they did find that loose Ammo. ABC STUDIO Benitez reporting from Washington. You're listening to ABC News from California's Capital City. This is Sacramento's news 93.1. Hey, FBK. I'm John for 9 11 02 with your top local stories. President Donald Trump's term is over, but his impact on the Golden State will continue for years to come. Sacramento State history Professor Joseph Palermo says Trump's stance on environmental policies were at odds with California's climate change goals. He denied any link to any kind of global changes in the in the climate denied that that was even an effect. President Trump had a sometimes contentious relationship with California politicians over the last four years, which resulted in more than 100 lawsuits filed against the federal government. More money should have been spent helping California Smaller counties battle Corona virus. That's what state auditor Elaine How said yesterday criticizing Governor Gavin Newsom's administration for favoring places with larger populations. The Newsome administration promised to withhold covert 19 relief funds from cities that didn't allow public are didn't follow public health orders. But how said the state didn't consistently monitor that issue. The audit examines the more than $15 Billion Congress sent California's way for the Corona virus from the Coronavirus relief fund. And more homeless housing will soon be coming to Sacramento. The City Council approved the safe ground ordinance yesterday to allow homeless encampments where up to 80. People can sleep intense vehicles or tiny homes. Mayor Darrell Steinberg is hoping the council approves the move to open 63 tiny homes within 50 days at next week's meeting. Traffic.
"newsom administration" Discussed on KDOW
"Upto, occupy and vandalized the capital. In an interview with MSNBC representative Val Demings off former Florida police chief said it was quote painfully obvious that the Capitol police were not prepared. Another Democratic congressman Tim Ryan of Ohio, suggested there could be leadership changes for the Capitol police. You were in charge of Congress. They ended up having to turn to other law enforcement for help with the mob that overwhelmed the complex and sent lawmakers into hiding. I'm surely Adler President Trump yesterday acknowledged Jill Biden will succeed him in the White House in a statement, Mr Trump says they'll will be an orderly transition later this month, even though he totally disagrees with the outcome of the election. Meanwhile, a group of GOP senators his urging Trump administration officials to remain at their jobs until the new administration is sworn in later this month. Republican Mike Lee of Utah is among the senators advising Trump Cabinet members to remain in place despite some wishing to defect in protest of the president's response to the U. S Capitol riot by Trump supporters on Wednesday. Senator Lindsey Graham, also urging caution, telling reporters quote to those who believe you should leave your post now to make a statement. I would urge you not to. The senators are responding after the Washington Post first reported, top administration officials may wish to abandon ship to make a statement by Wagner reporting two Cabinet secretaries have already turned in the resignation, Elaine Chao of Transportation and Betsy DeVos Of education. California Governor Gavin Newsom's administration in the States Hospital Association at odds.
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"newsom administration" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM
"Of people, many without masks, yelling and in close proximity to one another for extended period of time. In an email to changing American Smith notes, many protesters were not from D. C. If infected at the capital, they could have taken it back to their home states. It also means some may have already been infected and brought it with them to the nation's capital. But Agnew reporting California Governor Gavin Newsom's administration and the state's hospital Association already odds over How best to create space for critically ill coronavirus patients. LOS Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti says local hospitalizations for covert 19 have never been higher today over 16,000 and 74. Of our fellow L. A county residents are hospitalized our highest number since the start of this pandemic across Los Angeles County and 1635 in our ICUs. Not quite a peak, but very, very slightly down from our peek just a couple days ago, Carcetti says Covert 19 continues to ravage the city of Angels. Los Angeles has not been spared from this pandemic, and right now we remain the epicenter or one of the epicenters. Together with places like the state of Kansas, our fellow neighbors in Arizona and Phoenix of the most rapid spread and the deepest outbreak of this disease in our country. California Hospital Association says the state's moving too slowly to find ways to handle so many cases. State officials counter that moves made this week to limit non essential surgeries and transfer patients to hospitals with more available beds. Will save lives. News and.
"newsom administration" Discussed on WTRH
"Court contests and allegations of voter fraud to ensure the integrity of the vote. And so doing, I was fighting to defend American democracy. President Trump offered consolation to his disappointed followers. Our incredible journey is only just beginning, and he called for the prosecutions of those who quote defiled the seat of American democracy. Jackie Quinn wants Intel so it s sorry news dot com A group of GOP senators is urging Trump administration officials to remain at their jobs until the new administration is sworn in later this month. Republican Mike Lee of Utah is among the senators advising Trump captain members to remain in place despite some wishing to defect in protest of the president's response to the U. S Capitol riot by Trump supporters on Wednesday. Senator Lindsey Graham, also urging caution, telling reporters quote to those who believe you should leave your post now to make a statement. I would urge you not to. The senators are responding after the Washington Post first reported, top administration officials may wish to abandon ship to make a statement. But Magna reporting, California Governor Gavin Newsom's administration and the state's Hospital Association are at odds over how best to create space for critically ill coronavirus patients. The disagreement comes is health officials warn that already strained medical facilities will soon be overwhelmed by a new surge from the Christmas New Year holidays to more federal agencies and edit their names. The list of those affected by the massive cyber attack on the U. S government and private business. Justice Department and the federal Court system. More town hall dot com. Tell me why really factories so successful in lowering or eliminating pain? I'm often asked that question. Beatings have child..
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China's BYD Gets Extension on $1 Billion California Mask Deal
"A deal that was wrapped in secrecy governor Newsom's administration continues to refused to give details on a deal with a company in China to make masks for Californians it is reportedly a one billion dollar deal but the masks have yet yet to to be be delivered delivered KP KP case case Amanda Amanda Carol's Carol's been been digging digging on on the the story story and and has has more more B. B. Y. Y. D. D. E. E. is is an an electric electric bus bus maker maker it it with with less less than than a a stellar stellar reputation reputation according according to to California California senator senator John Morlock I deal with Los Angeles did not go well well B. Y. D. is is known for making electric buses but not with a stellar track record I know there were complaints about how the buses have difficulty going up hills the N. ninety five mask got held up in customs because B. Y. de lacks the proper certification the deadline to get it was Sunday they missed it but we're granted another extension under the contract now they have to give half that money