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Fresh "Pacifica" from Pacifica Evening News

Pacifica Evening News

01:52 min | 2 hrs ago

Fresh "Pacifica" from Pacifica Evening News

"There's 1.8 million living veterans in California right now, and the ability to access his public lands has made it easier to transition back to civilian life. Whether that's reconnect with family and friends are hunting, fishing, hiking and finding time in peace and solitude. In the outdoors. A force bill the room of the Valley Quarter Preservation Act would add 191,000 acres to the Santa Monica Mountains National Recreation Area in L. A. Support for this reporting was provided by the Pew Charitable Trusts for California News Service. I'm Suzanne Potter. Three Bay Area lawmakers are among a group of House progressives urging Vice President Kamila Harris to overrule the decision of the Senate Parliament, Erion Removing the $15 an hour minimum wage proposal from the $1.9 Trillion coronavirus relief package. Oakland's Barbara Lee Contra Costa is marked the Sonya and Ro Khanna of Silicon Valley. Going to a letter signed by nearly two dozen House progressives as the Senate's presiding officers. Harris could overrule the finding of the Senate parliamentarian. At the hike in the minimum wage does not comply with budgetary rules. The White House chief of staff run claim has said she won't kind of call these Senate parliamentarian's ruling a bridge too far. He said. If she's not overruled, we're condoning poverty. Wages for millions of Americans kind of told democracy now he believes the parliamentarian's ruling is, in fact an error. I believe the minimum wage clearly has a budget impact. If you raise people's wages, they will pay more taxes. It certainly has more of a budget impact than the repeal of the A C ahead which the parliamentarian head rolled in order in reconciliation. This is why ultimately, the decision belongs to the Senate.

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Former President Trump Headlines Conservative Gathering CPAC

Pacifica Evening News

02:17 min | 3 d ago

Former President Trump Headlines Conservative Gathering CPAC

"Trump headlines the premier Conservative gathering CPAC. For Pacifica Network and Public News Service. I'm Mary Sherman and their conference dedicated to the future of the conservative movement is already underway. And it's turned into an ode to Donald Trump. As speakers declared today, their fealty to the former president and attendees posed for Selfies with a golden statue of his likeness. As the Republican Party grapples with deep divisions over the extent to which they should embrace Trump After losing the White House and losing both chambers of Congress, those gathered at the annual conservative political Action Conference in central Florida made clear they're not ready to move on from the former president or from his baseless charges that the November election was rigged against him. Republican Senator Just Holly of Missouri, a potential presidential 2024 awful drew among the loudest applause today and the standing ovation when he bragged about Is challenging of the election certification on January 6th despite the storming of the Capitol building by Trump's supporters trying to halt the Institutionally mandated process. Trump will not arrive at the conference until Sunday, but was present in spirit in the form of a large golden statue erected in a merchandise show booth where attendees could pose for pictures with it more from reporters. Simon marks the stage is set in the US for a big weekend in Republican Party politics. Former President Donald Trump will address the conservative political action conference in Florida, where he's expected to stake his claim to the ongoing leadership of the Republican Party. The former president's former White House chief of staff is Mark Meadows. We will see the start of planning for the next administration, and I can tell you The people. They're the top of that list. All of them have. Trump is their last name. He spoke to Fox News Simon marks reporting. Immigrant rights activists

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Fresh update on "pacifica" discussed on Pacifica Evening News

Pacifica Evening News

00:52 sec | 2 hrs ago

Fresh update on "pacifica" discussed on Pacifica Evening News

"Clinic today, as well as another clinic taking place on Wednesday. Our goal in the county is to make sure that everybody has access to vaccination when they become eligible. And especially those who are working and sectors that have been hardest hit by covert and who are working in communities that have been hardest hit. By covert here in our county farm workers receive the vaccine at the Monterey Mushrooms facility and Morgan Hill, the United Farm Workers union joined the county and Monterey mushrooms, a long time agricultural producer. In organizing Sunday's event, but need a Rivera's a national vice president of the United Farm Workers the union she called the event a great start to getting farmworkers vaccinated. It's really important.

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House set to approve Biden's $1.9 trillion stimulus plan

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00:40 sec | 3 d ago

House set to approve Biden's $1.9 trillion stimulus plan

"A $1.9 trillion pandemic relief package late tonight. That includes $1400 checks for most Americans billions of dollars for schools, states and local governments and businesses. Republicans have attacked the spending as much more than what's needed. Democrats, President Biden say a robust package is necessary to prevent a long and painful economic recovery. Their goal is to have covert 19 relief approved by mid March, when extra unemployment assistance and other pandemic aid expires. Jalen Herdman reports.

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Fresh update on "pacifica" discussed on Pacifica Evening News

Pacifica Evening News

01:17 min | 2 hrs ago

Fresh update on "pacifica" discussed on Pacifica Evening News

"I'm Scott Obama. Pacifica Radio KPFK, The CEO of Johnson and Johnson says it's newly approved Corona virus vaccine today is on trucks being shipped out to the states. Alec Gorski appeared on NBC's Today show. No shine of more than a year of day and night efforts on the part of our physicians are scientists are engineers to have a safe, effective single shot common refrigeration vaccine available for for patients here but for people around the world J and J Vaccine is expected to begin. Getting into American's arms tomorrow more from Reporter J. Summers. Johnson and Johnson's vaccine on Lee requires one shot. Unlike the other two vaccines from Fizer, beyond Tech and Madonna. Company says it will deliver about 16 million more doses by the end of March and a total of $100 million in the US by the end of June. It also needs only standard refrigeration during distribution rather than deep freezing. Meaning it may have an easier time reaching people with less access to health care. With the U. S vaccination drive. Picking up speed states eager to reopen for business are easing coronavirus restrictions, despite warnings from health experts that the covered 19 outbreak is far from over and then moving too quickly could prolong the misery. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention Director Dr Rochelle Wolinsky urge state health officials and ordinary Americans not to let down their guard. More states are rolling back the exact public health measures we have recommended to protect people from covert 19. I understand the temptation to do this 70,000 cases a day seems good compared to where we were just a few months ago. We cannot be resigned to 70,000 cases a day 2000 daily deaths. Please stay strong in your conviction, Continue wearing your wealth and mask and taking the other public health prevention actions that we know work. Meanwhile, unrestricted indoor dining has resumed in Massachusetts and in major cities like ST Louis and Kansas City. New York City has also resumed limited indoor dining despite a new Corona virus variant being discovered there. In February, the state of Iowa lifted mask requirements entirely. And here in California Governor Newsome intends to return most public school students to in person classes by the end of the month. Some 50 million Americans have so far received at least one vaccine shot. But some lower income nations are not able to purchase any vaccine doses at all, and no pharmaceutical company has offered to share its blueprint to scale of production worldwide. White House infectious disease expert, Dr Anthony Fauci said that mutating variants of the coronavirus pose a threat to everyone. Even Americans who have already received their shots. Yeah, the environment of as I just mentioned the setting. In the home of a small group of people having dinner together, all of whom are vaccinated is very different when you step out the door and go into a society that has 70,000 new infections per day. I'm J R. Summers for Katya. Fate, central Cause farm workers lined up for the Corona virus vaccine at a mobile clinic at a mushroom facility this weekend that organizers hope will be a model for outreach to a community that's been disproportionately affected by Cove in 19. Santa Clara County Public Health director Sarah Cody said the effort mark the start of a vaccination campaign for essential workers, including those in the food sector. We will be able to provide vaccine to approximately 1000 farm workers this week through the.

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"pacifica" Discussed on KZSC 88.1 FM Santa Cruz

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04:20 min | 5 d ago

"pacifica" Discussed on KZSC 88.1 FM Santa Cruz

"Apparent blessing of the Shaft administration has accountability is never demanded. This year. OPD over spent its budget by over $30 million with 19 million in unauthorized overtime. Oakland City Council established the task force last year in response to thousands of Oakland residents who demanded the city cut the police budget by half and use those funds to support programs and other services that advanced public safety. The final task force report is due April 1st when the City Council is expected to begin deliberations on its budget for fiscal year 2021 22. Recommendations could not be more timely is the city must cut spending from somewhere in order to close its estimated $62 million budget shortfall. I'm Chris Lee reporting for KPFK. We are inviting you here in the final seven minutes of this newscast to make a donation in commemoration of San Francisco poet. Pacifica radio supporter Lawrence Ferlinghetti, who passed away earlier this week. The number to call is 1 804 395732 here at KPFK or online at K P. F a That or g'kar? The number to call in Los Angeles is 8189855735 or the online address the website Kpfk that or g'kar and once again Here in northern and Central California for a $100 commemorative donation to listener sponsored radio. You can have the audio legacy of Lawrence Ferlinghetti, the poet, reading his work as well as interviews with Lawrence Ferlinghetti, and you could do that, if you like by a syriza of 10 monthly installments. Of $10 a month or at one time donation of $100. Did any weight. Lawrence Ferlinghetti was a financial supporter of Pacifica radio. We'd like you to join him. 1, 804 395732, northern and central California 8189855735. In southern California to state lawmakers, essential workers and labor advocates today called for an extension of paid sick leave during the continued Corona virus pandemic. Guarantees for pandemic sickly from federal and state. Lawmakers expired at the end of the year. Essential workers say that makes them more vulnerable to contact the contracting the disease. Can you phase Kristina on instead reports Federal and state employer mandated covert 19 emergency paid sick leave expired December 31st of 2020, California Assembly member Wendy Cardio of Los Angeles. Says that's left workers with either an adequate sick leave or no rights to it at all. She's calling for emergency paid sick leave up to 10 days to be reinstated through September. And sure workers who are getting vaccinated or sick from vaccines can take paid sick leave status if they have a reaction to the vaccine. I'm sure that workers get paid sick leave regardless of where they work and ensure that a parent or primary caregiver gets paid, sickly toe. Look after someone who must remain at home because they're sick or because their school or child care center has been closed. Unless we act essential workers and other working Californians could have inadequate or no rights to basically three. Days of paid sick leave is simply not enough, and it is not adequate to meet the needs of California's working families. According to Cal OSHA Covert. 19 has killed hundreds of workers in the state and sickened thousands more. It says workers will continue to become ill and die until the pandemic subsides, the state agency that oversees occupational safety. Calls covert 19 a quote occupational health emergency, causing more death in less time than any other workplace crisis and the near 50 year existence of Cal OSHA unquote..

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Fresh update on "pacifica" discussed on Pacifica Evening News

Pacifica Evening News

01:44 min | 3 hrs ago

Fresh update on "pacifica" discussed on Pacifica Evening News

"Schools that don't re open by beginning of April would start to lose 1% of their share of the $2 billion every day. They remain closed. Up to 30% of that money. The bill doesn't say how many days a week students will need to be back in the classroom or define what instruction should look like when they do. Tunes and families would have the option to return or continue with remote instruction. Newsome said it was important to give students the option to return because so much depends on getting kids back to school. You can't reopen your economy unless you get your schools reopened for in person instruction. You can't meet the cause. It's you tonight, every one of us the issue of equity. Unless you commit to getting our school safely reopened. The revised bill ditch language in earlier proposals requiring teachers unions to sign off on the plan before schools could be eligible for grant funding. It also does not require all teachers to be vaccinated before returning. Which some teachers have been pushing for. However, the plan makes good on a promise made by Newsom last week to put aside 10% of the state's incoming vaccines, roughly 75,000 doses for teachers and other school personnel. Democratic State Assembly member Fileting of San Francisco, changed the State Assembly Budget committee. He said that the governor's vaccine commitment opened up space for a deal to be reached. I think, ultimately what, really, um Helped get the confidence of educators was the ability to get sir amount of vaccine prioritization, and once that occurred, I think you felt that there was a lot more confidence on behalf of the educators who are going back to work. A statement by the.

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Judge indefinitely blocks 100-day pause on most deportations

Pacifica Evening News

00:55 sec | 5 d ago

Judge indefinitely blocks 100-day pause on most deportations

"Meanwhile, late yesterday, a federal judge, it definitely stop President Biden from enforcing a 100 Day moratorium on most deportations. U. S District Judge Drew Tipton issued a preliminary injunction sought by the state of Texas, which argued the moratorium violated federal law. And wrist imposing additional costs on the state. Biden proposed the 100 Day pause on deportations during his campaign is part of a larger review of immigration enforcement and an attempt to reverse the priorities of former president Trump buying his proposed a sweeping immigration bill that would allow the legalization. Oven. Estimated 11 million people living in the US without authorization is also instituted Other guidelines on who immigration and border agents should target for

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Fresh update on "pacifica" discussed on Pacifica Evening News

Pacifica Evening News

02:37 min | 3 hrs ago

Fresh update on "pacifica" discussed on Pacifica Evening News

"State legislative leaders today announced a plan to get students back in the classrooms. The plan sets aside $2 billion that district's can tap if they offer in person instruction. By March, 31st. The longer district waits to offer students the chance to return to the classroom. The less money it gets. The deal also sets aside an additional $4.5 billion to help mitigate learning loss. Katie they, Scott Baba reports. Last week, Governor Newsome said that the Legislature's school reopening bills as be 86, A B 86 did not go fast enough nor far enough and getting kids back into the classrooms. He also said that the language of the legislation was stricter than federal guidelines. This week after some adjustments and clarifications. The bills now have Newsome's full support. Democratic State Assembly Speaker Anthony Rendon of Lakewood, said that the bill merges reopening proposals made by the governor and the legislature. Governor Newsome came out early with a thoughtful approach too quick and safe Reopening. Proto Americans in the Senate teamed with the Assembly to develop a strong legislative plan. They took the governor's leadership as a sign post. In the end, we all reached agreement on this plan. Newsome said he was excited to finally be getting schools re opened. I look forward after that vote it quickly signing this and moving forward to celebrating the re opening for in person. Construction of schools all up and down the state of California. Over the past year, Students have mostly been learning remotely. Lawmakers pushing to reopen schools have pointed to lower student achievement under distance learning student mental health while socially isolated and the burden parents face trying to juggle work and child care. As reasons to reopen classroom instruction as quickly as possible. The plan would provide school district with foreign a half billion dollars to deal with so called learning loss. Which is the learning students missed out on or backtracked on because of the pandemic. That money would be used on things like counseling, tutoring, extending the school year and expanded summer school. An additional $2 billion would go to schools who agreed to adopt at least some in person learning by the end of March. Received the money, schools and counties that reach the state's second most restrictive red here would need to reopen for all elementary grades and at least one additional grade in middle school or high school..

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6 board members resign from Texas power grid operator after millions lose power

Pacifica Evening News

02:33 min | 5 d ago

6 board members resign from Texas power grid operator after millions lose power

"All six board members of the Texas power grid operator called ERCOT. Have resigned. The announcement follows outrage over more than four million customers losing their power during a deadly winter freeze last week and estimated three dozen people died in Texas. All of the board directors stepping down live outside of the state. The resignations are effective today. Tomorrow committees and both the Texas House and Senate will begin investigations into what caused millions of people to lose power during the crippling winter storm last week. And a state religious group is urging residents to participate in the proceedings, Roz Brown reports. Be more head with Texas Impact says those affected by the storm need to stop asking whose fault the crisis was and start asking how to prevent such failures in the future, she says, much like Hurricane Harvey State lawmakers had plenty of warning about extreme weather events but have repeatedly rejected opportunities to prepare. We've had seven major disaster declarations and Texas just since Harvey and sooner or later faith community and other responders have to say failure to plan on your power. Does not constitute an emergency on our part, Mayors in 16, Texas cities have sent a letter to the president and CEO of the Energy Reliability Council of Texas or ERCOT. The state's electric grid operator, demanding he cooperate with investigations into what left millions without power. Moorehead says it's easy to point the finger at her cot. But she wants voters to contact lawmakers with concerns since they're the ones who approved the policies that left homes and businesses vulnerable to the catastrophe. She says. Texans of Faith have been extremely generous and providing funds to their congregations during the pandemic, But many are still helping with the cleanup from Hurricane Harvey in the same communities hit again by the Winter storm. What happened in Texas last week is a systems problem, and it needs a system solution. Faith communities can be depended on for charity, but it takes government to reform major systems. Communities and family members of people who died in the outages have already filed lawsuits against her cot on Lee invited testimony will be allowed at Thursday's hearings, which began at 9 A.m.. But Texans will be allowed to submit written statements to the House Elektronik Lee through a portal during the meeting. As of Tuesday, the Senate had not provided information on how to

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Republicans Push Back On Historic Nomination Of Deb Haaland For Interior Secretary

Pacifica Evening News

02:43 min | 6 d ago

Republicans Push Back On Historic Nomination Of Deb Haaland For Interior Secretary

"And Natural Resource is committee today held confirmation hearings for New Mexico representative Deb Holland to be the next secretary of interior. A confirmation would be historic. She would be the first Native American Cabinet member in the nation's history. Her nomination by President Biden has also been criticized by oil State Republicans because of her stated opposition issues such as to fracking in the Dakota access pipeline. Ecuadorian reports from Fresno. The history being made by Deb Holland's nomination was hailed by all on the Senate Energy and Natural Resources Committee, even those who are skeptical of her policy views The special nature of the moment was evident as the New Mexico congresswoman introduced herself to the committee and the nation. I spent summers in the Sita, or small village on Laguna Pueblo, the location of my grandparent's traditional home. It was there that I learned about my culture from my grandmother by watching her cook and by participating in traditional feast days and ceremonies, it was in the cornfields with my grandfather, where I learned the importance of water. And protecting our resource is where I gained a deep respect for the Earth Committee chair, Joe Manchin outlined the immensity of the task. The Interior Department manages 500 million acres of land. 1/5 of the entire country. The 70,000 employees oversee Parks Monuments Wildlife refuge because dams, reservoirs and canals. It also supervisors mineral resource lands that produced 20% of the nation's energy. Citing previous statements Deb Holland had made about fossil fuel production. Wyoming Senator John Barrasso, the committee's ranking member, set the theme which Republican members came back to repeatedly. Oil production in federal lands and oil pipelines, especially the Dakota access pipeline. By signing an executive order to ban all new oil coal gas leases on federal lands. The president is taking a sledgehammer to Western states economies. Ban on federal leasing could result in 33,000 workers losing their jobs in Wyoming. Representative Hollins home state of Wyoming, 62,000 workers stand to lose their jobs. Holland also faced questions over her appearance at protests of the Dakota access pipeline in North Dakota before she was elected to Congress in 2018. Holland said she went there in solidarity with Native American tribes and other water protectors, who felt they were not consulted adequately before the multi state pipeline was approved. President Joe Biden has sense next the project. Conservative

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Pfizer COVID-19 vaccine greatly reduces virus transmission, Israeli studies show

Pacifica Evening News

03:19 min | Last week

Pfizer COVID-19 vaccine greatly reduces virus transmission, Israeli studies show

"To Israeli studies have found that Fizer Cove in 19 vaccine greatly reduces virus transmission. Shedding light on one of the biggest questions of the global effort to quash the pandemic. Data analysis and a study by the Israeli Health Ministry and Visor found the Fizer vaccine developed with Germany's beyond Tech. Reduces infection, including an asymptomatic cases by 89% and in symptomatic cases by 94%. The findings air from a pre published study not yet peer reviewed but based on a national database that is one of the world's most advanced a separate study. By Israel's Sheba Medical Center, published Friday in The Lancet medical journal found that among 7200 hospital staff who received their first dose in January There was an 85% reduction in symptomatic covert 19 within 15 to 28 days with an overall reduction of infections, including asymptomatic cases detected by testing of 75%. More research is needed to draw a definitive conclusion. But the studies are among the first to suggest a vaccine may stop the spread of the novel coronavirus and not just prevent the people vaccinated from getting ill. Dr Jon Swartz and Burn cold clinical professor emeritus of infectious diseases at the UC Berkeley School of Public Health. The implications of this are enormous Republicans standpoints in vermin individual standpoint. If if the If these numbers are even numbers significantly less than this hold true, that is that once fully vaccinated. Well, first of all we know once fully vaccinated. It's Very, very, very, very unlikely. We're going to get seriously all and there's no evidence that you'll die after you being fully vaccinated. So we know that. But what if after you're fully vaccine, you get reinfected. We know you're not gonna get sick, but you could spread it. But what if you can't spread it? Or what? If it's very unlikely for you to spread it? It's gonna really mean that our masks they're going to come off sooner that we're gonna be hugging her loved ones a lot sooner right now. I'm fully vaccinated have been fully vaccinated now for this Just actually, three weeks today, um If I knew that I couldn't transmit this virus to my loved ones, I would My strategy would be very different. If I may ask you really come off. I could be hugging. Uh huh. But I don't know that yet, And so I have to still remain vigilant. And that is where a mask and social distance to be absolutely certain that I can't do that and think about all the health care workers. If the health care workers knew that they didn't it once they're fully vaccinated, they wouldn't transmit that would make an enormous difference in the hospitals. And think about just Transportation. It's just goes all the way down the line. So the implications are

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pisode #35  Le voyage initiatique de la maternit et parentalit avec Bianca Thuot - burst 3

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05:02 min | Last week

pisode #35 Le voyage initiatique de la maternit et parentalit avec Bianca Thuot - burst 3

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LA school board cuts police officers from schools, diverts $25M to support Black students

Pacifica Evening News

00:45 sec | Last week

LA school board cuts police officers from schools, diverts $25M to support Black students

"The board overseeing the Los Angeles Unified School District has cut $25 million from the budget for school police and we use the money to help fund in achievement plan for black students. The plan approved by the school board will cut 70 sworn officers, 62 non sworn officers and one support staff position that will leave the force with 211 officers. The $25 million that other money will create a $36.5 million fun for the new black student achievement plan. Aimed at 53 schools that have high numbers of African American students and below average proficiency in math and English. Among other

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U.K. Economy Suffers Biggest Slump in 300 Years

Pacifica Evening News

01:19 min | 2 weeks ago

U.K. Economy Suffers Biggest Slump in 300 Years

"Britain's economy suffered its biggest decline in more than 300 years in 2020 as the Corona virus pandemic closed shops and restaurants devastated the travel industry and curtailed manufacturing. Official data released today shows that the economy shrank. 9.9% last year, more than twice the figure for 2009 at the height of the global financial crisis, the drops the largest since the years. 17 9 when a cold spell known is the great frost devastated what was then a largely agricultural economy. The data comes as Britain's economy remains shackled by restrictions designed you combat covert 19 Sally Paterson reports from London. Unprecedented slump in the UK is gross domestic product. It's largely caused by the Corona virus pandemic on two national lockdowns. Newly released figures from last year are worth nose during the 19 twenties recession where mass unemployment and economic depression so G D people by 9.7% chance all over. She soon acts that the economy had experienced a serious shock as a result of the pandemic.

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Biden administration to undo Medicaid work requirements

Pacifica Evening News

01:16 min | 2 weeks ago

Biden administration to undo Medicaid work requirements

"They Biden administration is moving to roll back Medicaid work requirements in this latest effort to undo a controversial trump era policy. Federal health officials plan today to inform 10 states that they would revote permissions granted by the Trump administration to impose such requirements. That's according to a Biden official is spoke on condition of anonymity. Officials were also set to withdraw the past administrations invitation for states. To apply for approval for work requirements. The move, which was first reported by the Wall Street general, follows an executive order Biden signed last month that directed officials to review and remove barriers to Medicaid coverage. Medicaid is, say $600 billion federal state program that covers about 70 million people from pregnant women and newborns to disabled people and elderly nursing home residents. Under the Obama era Affordable Care Act, states gained the option of expanding the program. Too many low income adults previously ineligible. More than 12. Million people have gained coverage. As a

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CDC issues first national strategy to help schools reopen safely

Pacifica Evening News

03:22 min | 2 weeks ago

CDC issues first national strategy to help schools reopen safely

"Nation's top public health agency said today that in person schooling can resume safely with masks, social distancing and other strategies and mandated vaccinations of teachers should not be required before schools reopened. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention's road map for getting students back to classrooms had been highly anticipated. But it's guidance is just that the agency cannot force schools to reopen. And agency officials were careful to say they're not calling for a mandate that all U. S schools be reopened Cape if they, Sam Arnold reports. The CDC released new guidelines advising that K through 12. Schools can resume in person learning if they implement universal and correct mask wearing hand washing and physical distancing. Cleaning of facilities and contact tracing notably absent from the recommendations were guidelines that educators should be vaccinated before returning to in person learning. The guidelines also did not specifically recommend testing for the virus as part of their strategy. The recommendations, said Vaccination of teachers, while important was not a prerequisite for reopening, according to the CDC. Evidence suggests that many K through 12 schools that have strictly implemented mitigation strategies have been able to safely open for in person instruction and remain open. CDC director Dr Rochelle Walensky emphasized that local governments should consider community transmission levels when deciding when and how to open schools in their area. With the release of this operational strategy. CDC is not mandating that school's re opened Thies recommendations simply provides schools a long needed road map for how to do so safely under different levels of disease in the community. The evidence cited by the CDC suggests that in person learning has not been identified as a substantial driver of covert 19 community spread. A New York Times survey of 175 pediatric disease experts found that most experts agreed it was safe to open in person learning with 86% of experts surveyed, saying they do not believe vaccines are necessary to reopening. President Biden, an ally of unions, has faced mounting pressure to stick to his promise of reopening schools within his 1st 100 days. Teachers unions supported by them for president, but say that resource is must be in place to fund all the mitigation measures recommended by the CDC. Becky Pringle is the president of the National Education Association. Speaking on C Span, she said that Wisconsin schools cited in CDC research that had reopened successfully were provided with ample funding to put mitigation measures in place. No schools that reopen there. They have sizable donation from a private foundation. To provide the additional resources so all the students and educators had mass. They had small class size and so they could socially distance they had testing available. They had people to do the tracing and they were working with educators to think about how they could bring those soon's back safely. We have to have all of those measures in place. Biden has pledged $130 billion to help schools update buildings by protective gear and enact other recommended safety measures as part of the coronavirus relief package he is hoping to pass in the coming weeks.

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South African variant of COVID-19 identified in California

Pacifica Evening News

02:20 min | 2 weeks ago

South African variant of COVID-19 identified in California

"Cases of the South African Corona virus variant in the San Francisco Bay Area. Governor Gavin Newsom announced the findings today during a trip to Fresno to town the state's efforts to vaccinate people More than five million vaccine doses have been administered in the state. The South African variant is one of several that's been identified in California. The presence of the new virus variants marked a dim note in an otherwise upbeat news conference by the governor today. Justina Honest and reports California's first two cases of the South African Corona virus mutation were detected in Alameda and Santa Clara counties. Governor Gavin Newsom made the announcement during a trip to mark the state's five million vaccination in Fresno. We have 159 identifiable cases of the UK variant in the state. We have 1203 identifiable west Coast variance in the state there two types of West Coast variants. I said yesterday that we had not identified any Brazilian variants, and that's true Yesterday. I also said we hadn't identified any South African variance that's no longer true. As of a few hours ago, we have the first reported cases of South African variants. Two cases have been reported to Stanford, Newsome says. In total, the state has identified less than 1500 cases of variant covert 19 strains. South African variant was first identified in the nation late last month. In South Carolina. Scientists and health officials feared the new variants could be more contagious, less responsive to treatments like vaccines and more likely to re infect people who already had the virus. Experts say One of the mutations may become a dominant Corona virus strain in the coming months, and if it's resistant to treatment, another surge could be looming. But until then, Newsome says Corona virus infection rates, hospitalizations and cases continue to decline in California 34% decline in

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Many die, hundreds missing as Himalayan glacier bursts in India

Pacifica Evening News

01:06 min | 3 weeks ago

Many die, hundreds missing as Himalayan glacier bursts in India

"Officials in northern India are working to rescue more than three dozen power plant workers trapped in a tunnel after part of a Himalayan glacier broke off. And sent a wall of water and debris rushing down the mountainside. The disaster killed at least 18, people left 165, others missing and damaged dams and homes downstream. Experts say the disaster could be linked to global warming is on guard reports. Dot enough rock, water and stones descended in the state of authority on on Sunday, crossing two dams on a number of human settlements and its path. People living along the banks had to be evacuated, but the workers and the dams have not been so lucky. Certain rescue operations are underway, but authorities fear there's to be a mass casualty event. Experts are concerned that seven other glaciers in the Himalayan range could also be melting rapidly raising the threat of floods in the low lying areas. Climate activists blame the catastrophe on human activity. The government is assuring that the threat

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Liz Cheney says she won't resign after Wyoming censure

Pacifica Evening News

01:23 min | 3 weeks ago

Liz Cheney says she won't resign after Wyoming censure

"Oyo Ming Republican Congresswoman Liz Cheney says she does not intend to resign after being censured by Wyoming Republicans over her vote to impeach Donald Trump appearing on Fox. Cheney suggests that that if she were in the Senate She would vote to convict Trump over his role in the capital insurrection. On January 6th. Cheney blasted her State Party for the century, noting that state Republicans embraced conspiracy theories such as the inaccurate blame the black lives matter and Antifa were behind the mob attack on the capital. And who brought trumps argument that the election was rigged. People have been lied to, uh, the extent to which the President President Trump for months leading up to January, 6th spread the notion that the election has been stolen or that the election was rigged. Um, but it was a lie, and people need to understand that we need to make sure that we as Republicans Are the party of truth and that we're being honest about what really did happen in 2020. So so we actually have a chance to win in 2022 when the White House back in 2024, Only eight of the 74 member Wyoming Republican Party Central Committee opposed Cheney censure Cheney is the third highest ranking member of the House Republican

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Record fine hits California's San Quentin State Prison over COVID-19 outbreak

Pacifica Evening News

00:38 sec | 3 weeks ago

Record fine hits California's San Quentin State Prison over COVID-19 outbreak

"Virus outbreaks has been hit with by far its largest pandemic find yet against the employer. The more than $400,000 fine against San Quentin State Prison is several times higher than any others leveled by the division of Occupational Safety and Health. Cal OSHA Announcement comes days after the state's inspector general said corrections officials caused a public health disaster at San Quentin. Tensions are running high and some state capitals over coronavirus

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Biden halts U.S. support for offensive military operations in Yemen

Pacifica Evening News

04:12 min | 3 weeks ago

Biden halts U.S. support for offensive military operations in Yemen

"President Joe Biden today said the days of the U. S rolling over to Russian President Vladimir Putin are gone as he called for the immediate release of Russian opposition leader Alexei Navalny. His first visit to the State Department is president by issued his strongest condemnation of Putin as large protests of broken out throughout Russia following the jailing of Navalny. Thousands of protesters have been arrested. The new American president was also seeking to make clear to the world that he's making a dramatic turn away from Putin, following the presidency of Donald Trump, who avoided direct confrontation often thought to downplay The Russian leader's actions binds comments on Russia came as he asserted abroad reset of American foreign policy, including reversing Trump's ordered to withdraw U. S troops stationed in Germany. Ending support for Saudi Arabia as military offensive in Yemen and promising to support laid against being less lesbian and gay rights is the cornerstone of democracy. Amelia Vega reports. President Joe Biden declared. American diplomacy is back and announced major changes in foreign diplomacy. America is back. America is back. Diplomacy is back at the center of our foreign policy during his first visit to the State Department as president Biden offered his strongest condemnation of Russian President Vladimir Putin for the crackdown on thousands of protesters throughout Russia following the jailing of opposition leader Alexei Navalny. The political the motivated jailing from Alexey Navalny. The Russian efforts to suppress freedom of expression and peaceful assembly are matter of deep concern to US and the international community. Mr Navalny, like all Russian citizens is entitled to his rights under the Russian Constitution. He's been targeted. Targeted for exposing corruption. He should be released immediately and without condition. Fighting made clear to the world that he's making a dramatic turn away from Putin following the presidency of Republican Donald Trump, who often sought to downplay the Russian leader's actions against the U. S. I made it clear to President Putin and a manner very different from my predecessor. But the days of the United States rolling over The face of Russia's aggressive actions interfering with our elections. Cyber attacks Poison its citizens are over. Right, and also issued a broad reset of American foreign policy, including reversing Trump's order to withdraw U. S troops stationed in Germany, promising to support LGBT Q rights as a cornerstone of diplomacy and pledging to end support for Saudi Arabia as military offensive in Yemen, which has been called the world's worst humanitarian disaster. Saudi led air campaign against Yemen's Houthi rebels has killed thousands of Yemeni civilians. Survivors display fragments showing the bombs to be American made We're ending all American support for offensive operations in the war in Yemen, including relevant arms sales. Fighting also announced plans to increase the cap on the number of refugees allowed into the United States to more than eight times the level at which the Trump administration left it. I'm approving an executive order. Began the hard work of restoring our refugee admissions program, help meet the unprecedented global need. Going to take time to rebuild. What has been so badly damaged. But that's precisely what we're going to do. This executive order position us to be able to raise the refugee admissions back up to 125,000 persons. For the first full fiscal year, the Biden Harris administration. Fighting's plans surpasses the ceiling set by President Barack Obama before he left office by 15,000.

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Biden calls for Navalny's immediate release

Pacifica Evening News

02:41 min | 3 weeks ago

Biden calls for Navalny's immediate release

"President President Joe Biden Joe Biden today said today said the days the days of the U. of S the rolling U. S rolling over over to Russian to Russian President President Vladimir Vladimir Putin Putin are gone are gone as he called as he for called the immediate for the immediate release release of Russian of Russian opposition opposition leader leader Alexei Alexei Navalny. Navalny. His first His first visit visit to the State to the State Department Department is president is president by by issued issued his strongest his strongest condemnation condemnation of of Putin Putin as large as large protests protests of broken of broken out throughout out throughout Russia Russia following following the jailing the jailing of Navalny. of Navalny. Thousands Thousands of protesters of protesters have been have arrested. been arrested. The new American The new American president president was also was seeking also seeking to make clear to make to clear the world to the world that he's making that he's making a dramatic a dramatic turn away turn away from Putin, from Putin, following following the presidency the presidency of of Donald Donald Trump, Trump, who avoided who avoided direct direct confrontation confrontation often often thought to thought to downplay downplay The The Russian Russian leader's leader's actions actions binds binds comments comments on Russia on came Russia came as he asserted as he asserted abroad abroad reset reset of American of American foreign foreign policy, policy, including including reversing reversing Trump's Trump's ordered ordered to withdraw to withdraw U. S U. troops S troops stationed stationed in Germany. in Germany. Ending support Ending support for Saudi for Saudi Arabia Arabia as as military military offensive offensive in Yemen in Yemen and promising and promising to support to support laid laid against against being being less less lesbian lesbian and gay rights and gay rights is the cornerstone is the cornerstone of democracy. of democracy. Amelia Amelia Vega Vega reports. reports. President President Joe Biden Joe Biden declared. declared. American American diplomacy diplomacy is back is back and announced and announced major major changes changes in foreign in foreign diplomacy. diplomacy. America America is back. is back. America America is back. is back. Diplomacy Diplomacy is back is back at the center at the center of our foreign of our foreign policy policy during his during first his visit first visit to the State to the Department State Department as president as president Biden Biden offered offered his strongest his strongest condemnation condemnation of Russian of Russian President President Vladimir Vladimir Putin Putin for the for crackdown the crackdown on thousands on thousands of protesters of protesters throughout Russia throughout Russia following following the jailing the jailing of opposition of opposition leader leader Alexei Alexei Navalny. Navalny. The political The political the motivated the motivated jailing jailing from Alexey from Alexey Navalny. Navalny. The Russian The Russian efforts to efforts suppress to suppress freedom freedom of expression of expression and peaceful and peaceful assembly assembly are are matter matter of deep of deep concern concern to US to and US and the international the international community. community. Mr Navalny, Mr Navalny, like all like Russian all Russian citizens citizens is entitled is entitled to his rights to his rights under the under Russian the Russian Constitution. Constitution. He's been targeted. He's been targeted. Targeted Targeted for exposing for exposing corruption. corruption. He should be released He should be released immediately immediately and without and condition. without condition. Fighting made Fighting clear made to clear the world to the world that he's that making he's making a dramatic a dramatic turn away turn from away Putin from Putin following following the presidency the presidency of Republican of Republican Donald Trump, Donald Trump, who often who often sought to sought downplay to downplay the Russian the Russian leader's leader's actions actions against against the U. S. the U. S. I made it I clear made it to clear President to President Putin Putin and a manner and very a manner different very different from my predecessor. from my predecessor. But the days But the days of the United of the States United States rolling rolling over over The face The of face Russia's of Russia's aggressive aggressive actions actions interfering interfering with our elections. with our elections. Cyber Cyber attacks attacks Poison Poison its citizens its citizens are over. are over.

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COVID-19 and the cost of vaccine nationalism

Pacifica Evening News

01:45 min | 3 weeks ago

COVID-19 and the cost of vaccine nationalism

"Are approved by regulatory bodies around the world countries. They're scrambling to inoculate their citizens, however. Certain countries to push ahead some health officials air raising alarms about the threat of vaccine nationalism, the tendency of governments to hoard vaccines for their own populations. Simon marks reports There are growing concerns that the poorest countries in the world are losing out in the fight for coronavirus inoculations. Dr. Jerome Kim is director general of the International Vaccine Institute. He says he's worried that many countries are practicing what he calls vaccine nationalism. And we have this Kovacs mechanism that will provide 20% of vaccines. Two countries to 189 countries around the world, regardless of their wealth, or or or need. Everyone needs the vaccine. We're gonna have to vaccinate, you know, eight billion people. The problem right now is that several countries have over ordered vaccine. For instance, Canada has ordered 4 to 5 times more than it actually needs. The United States has ordered more than it needs the European Union has. I mean, the countries have done that, in order to ensure that their populations get sufficient vaccine. We need to start to understand the supply chain understand when those vaccines are going to become available and then allocate those vaccines the parts of the world that really do need a vaccine solution, he says. It won't be until 2023 that there's enough vaccine available for the entire global population. Until then, he warns that any inequities in global distribution will only exacerbate the possibility of additional cove in 19 strains spreading even in communities that hope to achieve mass vaccination. Early Simon marks reporting

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"pacifica" Discussed on KZSC 88.1 FM Santa Cruz

KZSC 88.1 FM Santa Cruz

03:25 min | 9 months ago

"pacifica" Discussed on KZSC 88.1 FM Santa Cruz

"Projects across the country from pacifica radio KPFA Berkeley KPFK in Los Angeles this is the evening news I'm mark mark the white Minneapolis police officer who knelt on George Floyd snack was arrested and charged with murder today and authorities imposed an overnight curfew to try to stem three nights of often destructive protests that left dozens of stores burned and looted Derek Chau van was charged with third degree murder and second degree manslaughter in that case he was also accused of ignoring another officer at the scene who expressed concerns about the black man as he lay handcuffed on the ground bleeding that he could not breathe Floyd had been arrested on suspicion of using a counterfeit bill and a small grocery store an attorney for Floyd's family welcomed the arrest but said he expected a more serious murder charge and once all four officers involved in the incident arrested Hennepin county attorney Mike Freeman said more charges were possible he said the investigation into the three other officers continues but authorities felt it appropriate to focus on the most dangerous perpetrator okay thanks Katie that reports on Monday Minneapolis police officer Derek child intended George Floyd to the ground for around eight minutes well Floyd pleaded for error until he fell unconscious Floyd died in police custody the Hennepin county attorney Mike Freeman announced today that child been has been arrested and charged with third degree murder and second degree manslaughter I'm here to announce that former Minneapolis police officer Jr chopping is in custody former Minneapolis police officer Derek Chapman has been charged by the head of the county attorney's office with murder and with manslaughter Chapman's arrest marks an abrupt change from Freeman's statement yesterday when he said there was a quote other evidence that does not support a criminal charge and quote for childhood if convicted of child and could spend more than twelve years in prison as Minnesota sentencing guidelines recommended twelve and a half years for the murder count and four years for the manslaughter conviction records show the child and had previously opened fire on two people and had nearly twenty complaints in two letters of reprimand filed against him during his time working as a police officer childhood and Floyd had both worked as bouncers at the same night club the owner of the nightclub said she was not sure whether or not they knew each other but said that child and would respond aggressively when fights broke out during the club's African American dance nights she said he would pepper spray everyone in the crowd a tactic the owner told him was quote unquote over kill children along with three other officers involved in the arrest were fired on Tuesday the other officers present have not yet been arrested or charged following Floyd's death protesters took to the streets of Minneapolis to demand justice for Floyd on the third night of demonstrations protesters torched a police station that the department had abandoned earlier in the evening by the morning nearly every building in the shopping district around the abandoned police station had been damaged burned or looted dozens.

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"pacifica" Discussed on KZSC 88.1 FM Santa Cruz

KZSC 88.1 FM Santa Cruz

04:46 min | 11 months ago

"pacifica" Discussed on KZSC 88.1 FM Santa Cruz

"Of delays from pacifica radio KPFA in Berkeley KPFK in Los Angeles this is the evening news I'm mark Merkel president trump today threatened to use his executive power to force both chambers of Congress to adjourn if the Senate did not confirm his nominees for vacancies across the administration trump during a corona virus briefing in the rose garden offered a lengthy diatribe against what he described as congressional obstruction and argued confirming his nominees was more urgent than ever amid the virus pandemic the Senate should either fulfill its duty and vote on my nominees or should formally adjourned so that I can make recess appointments we have a tremendous number of people that have to come into government and now more so than ever before because of the virus and the problem we have to do it and we have to do whatever we have to do they've made it very very difficult to run government I don't think any administration is done anywhere near what we've done in three and a half years but every block every week they put up roadblocks whether it's Russia Russia Russia well whether it's impeachment hoax or whatever it may be it's always road blocks and a waste of time if the house will not agree to that a German I will exercise my constitutional authority to adjourn both chambers of Congress the current practice of leaving town while conducting phony pro forma sessions is a dereliction of duty that the American people cannot afford during this crisis it is a scam at the same time trump was complaining about the lack of sufficient action on his nominees he boasted about the record number of confirmations he's had been able to make to the federal judiciary lawmakers in both chambers are not expected to return to the capitol until may fourth both the house and the Senate have begun conducting pro forma sessions in the meantime that means the Senate is technically in session and trump cannot make any recess appointments article two section three of the constitution grants trump the power to on extraordinary occasions convene at both houses or either of them and in case of disagreement between them with respect to the time of the journey meant he may adjourn them to such a time as he shall think proper that means in order for the president to step in and dismissed both the G. O. P. controlled Senate but have to a journal of the democratic led house objected Senate Democrats also have procedural tools to prevent the Senate from adjourning meanwhile trump said today he's prepared to announce new guidelines allowing some states to quickly ease up on social distancing even as business leaders told him they need more corona virus testing and personal protective equipment before people can go safely back to work the industry executives cautioned trump that the return to normalcy will be anything but swift the new guidelines expected to be announced by trump tomorrow are aimed at clearing the way for an easing of restrictions in areas with low transmission of the coronavirus while keeping them in place in harder hit places the ultimate decision will be will remain with the governors trump said will be opening some states much sooner than others and he warned governors of consequences if you didn't like what they're doing and if we're not happy we'll take very strong action against a state or a governor of we're not happy with the job of governors so we will let them know about it and as you know we have very strong action we can take including a closed down but we don't want to do that we're working with the governors are working closely with the governor's relationship has been very good vice presidents had a lot of conversations over the last two weeks with either fifty or almost fifty governors and every conversation and they've been really positive conversations we have the right to do whatever we want but we wouldn't do that but no we would have the right to close down.

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"pacifica" Discussed on KZSC 88.1 FM Santa Cruz

KZSC 88.1 FM Santa Cruz

05:09 min | 1 year ago

"pacifica" Discussed on KZSC 88.1 FM Santa Cruz

"Now help is on the way and we will not stop working until we see our nation through this time thanks to ordinary challenge king for pacifica radio news KPFA I'm Christopher Martinez under the terms of the pending legislation single Americans would receive a twelve hundred dollar check in the mail in the coming weeks married couples will get twenty four hundred and five hundred dollars per child undocumented immigrants would be excluded it's not immediately clear whether immigrants with the authority to work in the United States Army included and whether they would run afoul of the so called public charge role if they take the federal aid the package would help replace the salaries of furloughed workers for four months they would receive whatever amount as state usually provides for unemployment plus a six hundred dollar per week add on with gig workers covered for the first time other provisions include a hundred and fifty billion dollars for state and local stimulus funds a hundred thirty billion dollars for hospitals a three hundred sixty seven billion dollar loan program for small businesses and five hundred billion dollars for the treasury department to make loans loan guarantees and investments in large industries including fifty billion for the airline industry the paths for passage of the Senate bill and the house of representatives with its democratic majority remains unclear John Nichols is national correspondent for the nation magazine hello city has said grudgingly that the house will probably sign up sign off on this or will you know that this is gonna this will be agreed to and my sense is that that's probably true because of the sense of urgency but there's going to be a push and pull out this this is not you know I I want to help people understand that we'll see how smoothly it goes over the next day or so the the this safety valve if you will find some of this is that there's a proposal now for another house bills close he's got in other people house putting something together with a ton of necessary stuff because the Senate bill is hugely insufficient and a whole bunch of areas there's tremendous there's tremendous vulnerability in the system and he's like a brother bill billion broadband at a time when everybody's working from home there's a lot that has to be done there you know shoring up the postal service there's still a lot that has to be done there you know there are disagreements between the house and the Senate on a on a number of these oversight issues as well as on on some of the pain issues and so the bottom line is that what we are likely to see is a house agreement to this because of the urgency of the moment because there is as dean well points out some good stuff in there but that will only happen because this ought not to be seen if indeed that happens that will only happen because it's not not be seen as the end of the process but rather as you know hello because we've had several bills come through the leaders the third still to come through and then we will likely see a port and it will be necessary I cannot begin to emphasize to you this this still should be seen as cautious and say it is because there's some stuff that doesn't fit in this category they should be seen as the business bill dean Baker is a senior economist for the Washington center for economic studies and policy research and a professor at the university of Utah bakers and threw sand stick about much of the Senate bill but says the five hundred billion dollar slush fund for bailouts for big business is an outrage this is totally unjustified it's you know they did this is just being sold on the slide at all these companies are going to go out of business and all their workers will be laid off we know we made provisions for the workers so this slush fund is totally unjustified and you know the stories the Democrats are saying all we're gonna have all this great oversight I'm kind of have you people been in Washington for the last three years they speak in your face on oversight just yesterday Donald Trump was telling the governors that if they want me they have to be nice to him the idea that they're going to cooperate with whoever's doing the oversight it is absurd this is like Lucy and Charlie Brown with the football we're Lucy tells Charlie Brown in advance I'm gonna pulled away at the last minute you're gonna fall on your rear and Charlie Brown goes ahead and run some cakes anyhow it is just incredible democratic.

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KZSC 88.1 FM Santa Cruz

02:31 min | 1 year ago

"pacifica" Discussed on KZSC 88.1 FM Santa Cruz

"What's in the news and what should be politics technology presents police what's happening at city hall and at the state house in Washington and in the streets that starting at seven AM right after democracy now on up front contributors and members of KPFA and other pacifica radio stations should receive their ballots for an ongoing election that will decide the way the largest progressive radio network in the country is run up for a vote or propose new rules that would fundamentally change the foundation's governance cutting the size of the pacifica national board in half and changing the way its members are selected critics of the proposed bylaws fear they would gut the democratic process at the heart of the organization supporters argue the current system of governance is incapable of dealing with the urgent financial and systemic problems the pacifica foundation faces Scott Bob reports significant changes may be in the works for KP phase parent company the pacifica foundation depending on the outcome of this month to vote on the organization's bylaws the election period began last month and ends March nineteenth the concerned proposed bylaws that would significantly change the seventy year old foundations governments under the current by laws which were enacted in two thousand and one but given his board of directors is composed of twenty two members elected out of the local station boards for from the station and two from the one hundred eighty station affiliate network the proposed new bylaws would replace that system with an eleven member board of directors with the five stations electing a single representative each who will be joined by a six at large directors the proposed bylaws themselves names six individuals who would serve as the first and large directors after which they would be chosen by the board of directors itself the new rules would also increase the term length of the directors from one year to three years and they will do away with the local station boards or LSPs bill Fletcher junior is the host of a rise on W. P. F. W. Pacific as Washington DC station he said that he believes the proposed bylaws are needed because the current board of directors has too many members in the current system is an untenable way to run any organization the current by laws make the organization can affect unconquerable chaotic it.

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GSMC Technology Podcast

04:05 min | 2 years ago

"pacifica" Discussed on GSMC Technology Podcast

"Obviously, Google has its parent is alphabet, which is the parent of Waymo as well as housing, a growing fleet of self driving cars. Hundreds of this is actually these are all Chrysler Pacifica minivans. That have been, obviously fitted with advanced hardware. It's off for that glow enabled them to. Drive on public roads without a driver. Obviously, this is not. This is not quite a me. I don't know where we're going. This is obviously I'm saying five, ten years. The fact that they already had these cars. He may made already. They're just sitting in a in a warehouse. It looks like this is the trying to Waymo is trying to full of the first fully driverless taxi service in the world, which is basically why you have that Uber deal with Toyota because we're trying to catch up well, they're not trying to catch up trying to get on the same bandwagon as as Waymo who basically Waymo is that that's what they're doing. That's the whole company they aren't even going to go towards this. Having people drive for you, they're letting and lift do all that kind of stuff. And they're really going to focus on getting. This depot outfitted with as many cars as they can. I guess, I mean, this is a very nondescript depot in Zona that for over a year way, mo- has been offering trips to foreigner plus members. And it's early writer program that has been able to summon Vinnie Vance for trips to school and the mall, Jim, whatever, wherever you need to go in in the area Phoenix area. So I guess they've been using it. This is the four hundred people that have been in this early writer program for a year. So I mean, that's on a small scale. Yes, but the fact that we're already seeing is self to overly driverless taxis maybe means that I need to move up my calendar, say decade because I, I'm assuming that it's going to take everybody to have tournaments cars for it's a really work, but you know if they can get it to work like this where having technology to have it self driving and public on public roads with other cars. That's how I, that's the base problem for these. These self-driving. Cars is the fact that you have to deal with so many other variables. You'll have so many sensors that wanted to react so quickly if human error involved in a lot of different things that happened on the roads and also things that people, they don't follow traffic laws all the time. They don't fall across the t they get away with things. They turn right on a red when they not supposed to they, they go over. They don't stop all the way other red light when you're turning right or something like that, you change lanes, you go in the bike lane, you don't look over your shoulder, all these things just listing general that people might not do that you're supposed to do. But as a little ticky, tacky kind of thing is that is that carbon take that into account? What about in California they have toward for its hall, the California stop, Kelly stop means you kind of roll through a stop sign. I'm not saying condoning and telling you that you should do it. I'm just saying that's what it's got its own colloquialism. I mean, it's kind of thing that he will do here. Are those cars going to know about that? Like, hey, they, they didn't really stop all the way this ups on what's the, what's it gonna assume. And the fact that we're. This in the Phoenix area. Obviously. So for the obvious there is, I think for this for this for this early writer program, they do have a. So let's look at the outset. The company. Will with the fully Thomas rides, they're going to have with the wave of employees in the car only as a chaperone. Okay. Just kind of seeing what they're doing here. It's the from this verge article from the verge. Just kind of kind of get an idea what they're doing here. Obviously, this is a huge depot and they're giving a lot of exclusive details to the verge as of course, they want to try and make this quote, unquote. I fully driverless taxi service in the world. And of course, this is the lodge to the com- commercial ride sharing service this year. So whether it's going to be said, so it says that we have. They've been offering chips to these. These early writers with an also when they get it fully autonomous. They're going to have employees..

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02:16 min | 2 years ago

"pacifica" Discussed on WSB-AM

"Pacifica minivan that's a plug in hybrid and as electric only it, gets an equivalent of eighty four miles per. Gallon and then when it runs out of. Electricity and converts to a regular hybrid it's a big size many van which is always been a weird term big minivan anyway It still, gets well over thirty miles per gallon so. Over the next to model year introductions you'll see if you. Work more and more of these plug in hybrids and allows you to have your cake and eat it too you're able to get the bigger vehicle you might want and at the same time. Get much better economy out of the tank most people. Drive somewhere in the thirties of miles per day the idea of the plug. In hybrid is each night in just plug it into a regular outlet and, you almost never end, up buying gasoline and the cost of your driving, each mile collapses Amigas with us on the car coward show how are you today I'm doing good thank you for. Taking, my call certainly so you're. Marrying somebody who's got. Great credit well that's the that's the plan at least? We'll good was that? Was, that a requirement when you were dating what's your credit. Score no not really Worked? Out, that way Good All. Right, so, well my mind is a little bit not as good as. Hers I'm the most six hundred and I actually got into a little bit of trouble with all five of my credit. Cards so they are currently close and in a repayment plan, by I, guess a third party company and they will be helpful nearly cancelled at the end of that payment. Periods, now my fiancee has crash season like the high several, hundreds and you know she makes timely payment and really. Has, no we're rolling. Balance so we're thinking about adding me as a co owner on her account of her credit..

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"pacifica" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

02:21 min | 2 years ago

"pacifica" Discussed on 710 WOR

"The fortieth anniversary of pacifica and the evolution of the fcc know in twenty twelve there was more decisions and stuff and i got to be a part of the panel you know so we're still talking about it you're going well one of the things that they talked about in the panel to was that really how you know even in the twenty twelve decisions against abc and the offensive stuff you know that they really have the fcc really doesn't you know the broadcast television and broadcast radio is now such a small part of the media landscape it's it's almost ridiculous that they have some sort of you know censorship roll over it because people have access to everything now this is an argument in broadcasting right now that this is an are this ruling long since became meaningless especially because for example any student can anybody can access anything from any radio station generally radio stations do not have some sort of wall up that you know that asked people to verify their age or anything like that and podcast from the radio shows or shows that are you know relegated to nighttime hours can be heard by anybody at any time theoretically right now of course we are in what's called the fcc's safe harbor a series of rulings that came that said right now we could say anything we could swear we could do anything right now but that didn't exist back when you're this ruling originally came out about your dad but people just don't anyway right i mean even though we can we don't which is just what it would have been like back in nineteen in nineteen seventy you don't want to lose all your advertisers you don't want to you know there were plenty of market forces that that would have kept the fcc from doing what it did which was essentially infanta lies radio and it was the famous line from from justice brennan who wrote the dissenting opinion he said that the the court's majority allowing the fcc to censor otherwise protected speech that had social value solely on the basis of word choice was like burning down the house to roast the.

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"pacifica" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

02:21 min | 2 years ago

"pacifica" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"The fortieth anniversary of pacifica and the evolution of the fcc base in twenty twelve there was more decisions and stuff and i got to be a part of the panel you know so we're still talking about it well one of the things that they talked about in the panel to was that really how you know even in the twenty twelve decisions against abc and the offensive stuff you know that they really have the fcc really doesn't you know the broadcast television and broadcast radio is now such a small part of the media landscape it's almost ridiculous that they have some sort of you know censorship roll over it because people have access to everything now this there's an argument in broadcasting right now that this is an r this ruling has long since mickey meaningless especially because for example any student can anybody can access anything from any radio station generally radio stations do not have some sort of wall up that you know that s people to verify their age or anything like that and podcast from the radio shows or shows that are you know relegated to nighttime hours can be heard by anybody at any time theoretically right now of course we are in what's called the fcc's safe harbor a series of rulings that came that said right now we could say anything we could swear we could do anything right now but that didn't exist back when you're this ruling originally came out about your dad but people just don't anyway right i mean even though we can we don't which is just what it would have been like back in nineteen in the nineteen seventies you don't wanna lose all your advertisers you don't want to you know there were plenty of market forces that that would have kept the fcc from doing what it did which was essentially infanta lies radio and it was that famous line from from justice brennan who wrote the the dissenting opinion he said that the the court's majority allowing the fcc to censor otherwise protected speech that had social value solely on the basis of word choice was like burning down the house to roast the.

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"pacifica" Discussed on WBAP 820AM

WBAP 820AM

01:53 min | 3 years ago

"pacifica" Discussed on WBAP 820AM

"Pacifica challenger charger journey durango cherokee grand cherokee wrangler wow but i like i said though it's true if you google some of the foreign cars that i'm a fan of our executive producer chris the fan we can always find millions of cars recalled by the brands that we like to i'm sure it happens but the interesting thing is the guy that was whereas i started guy was renting the car and he wrote that the cruise control would not disengage by tapping the brakes or turning off the button how'd you like that stuck at seventy dr was able to break and get the suv to slide to to the side of the road it was still running at an engine speed to support seventy miles per hour and fighting the breaks the engine stop button also would not work but the driver was able to halt the suv and shift in the park while the brakes smoked significantly right well you know i'm sure it was stuck you probably doing donuts sir break torquing sir that reminds me of when i was at pikes peak have you been up to pikes peak what's interesting is halfway down from pikes peak we took our minivan up there are beloved minivan which we've now had flicked five and a half years we halfway down there's a brake check area there are signs everywhere telling you this do not accessible break in fact they tell you to put it in like first or second year so that you you know your car your whatever your car slowing itself down without the brakes right was that call transmission slowing it down because your brakes will start to melt or band or whatever because the.

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"pacifica" Discussed on WIMS AM 1420

WIMS AM 1420

01:39 min | 3 years ago

"pacifica" Discussed on WIMS AM 1420

"It's not easy being a mom the mike chrysler pacifica mix soccer practice a little more fun i convince all my shows of the available you connect theater opened stowngo seating to grab my hidden romance novel or just jam onto the radio come on that song what's on i didn't hear his song chrysler pacifica it's loaded with attitude chrysler is a registered trademark of fca us llc for nearly one hundred years folks have trusted blue star medicated ointment to relieve the pain and etching of almost any skin irritation it works on my son's dry itchy feet and they're jock itch had this rash on my neck nothing worked until blue star blue star worked great on my ringworm without steroids my wife and i have been using bluestone for years it's never let us down look for the white box with the blue star in the first aid section feel blue star work fast or your money back am fourteen twenty wins michigan indiana am w h f.

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"pacifica" Discussed on Power 105.1 FM

Power 105.1 FM

01:51 min | 3 years ago

"pacifica" Discussed on Power 105.1 FM

"I heart of you know the the industry's kinda sucked out people just jump bright into gear yes i can only to come like already with a five million ready dan yes trying to develop you they just went in a guy let's put it out exactly but if you develop it will happen you know what i mean usually it will happen and you want to go to their cuban through a lot we have been through a but you know what i really enjoyed that process but i'm a weirdo you know i actually liked that process and that process of this whole thing has been fun i actually want this when the come in and help me would another process that i need to do with these ladies i would love the covenant told him some room girls after dreams outstanding woah down but i i do i think the your perspective will be interesting i'll know boom okay vein all that you wouldn't allow the frassoni choose anyone of on the next this show well here's a thinly i don't wanna find the nova shower i wanna find the next whoever supposed to be dope god you know what i mean like i think there were so busy like comparing these days like they supposed to be better than destiny shot is supposed to be better than a vote is supposed to be better than a group set of you know come through already and i just i will want them such as surpass gave a name for the group not at all you have any names look that's a really great business in these days people all names then you know it can be really want to see the personality of the kids first before you give them a name death exactly why i didn't want to name them i didn't want to give them a specific city exactly thank you because i can't say pacific s really hood got the ocean that's what i know i i used to say pacifica mike you know specifically a mike null flow but um specifically like i wanted everything to develop organically on its own i didn't want it to be forced.

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"pacifica" Discussed on Power 105.1 FM

Power 105.1 FM

01:47 min | 3 years ago

"pacifica" Discussed on Power 105.1 FM

"I heart of you know the the industry's kinda sucked out people just jump bright into gear yes i can only to come like already with a five million ready dan yes trying to develop you they just went in a guy let's put it out exactly but if you develop it will happen you know what i mean usually it will happen and you want to go to their cuban through a lot we have been through a but you know what i really enjoyed that process but i'm a weirdo you know i actually liked that process and that process of this whole thing has been fun i actually want this when the come in and help me would another process that i need to do with these ladies i would love the covenant told him some room girls after dreams outstanding woah down but i i do i think the your perspective will be interesting i'll know boom okay vein all that you wouldn't allow the frassoni choose anyone of on the next this show well here's a thinly i don't wanna find the nova shower i wanna find the next whoever supposed to be dope god you know what i mean like i think there were so busy like comparing these days like they supposed to be better than destiny shot is supposed to be better than a vote is supposed to be better than a group set of you know come through already and i just i will want them such as surpass gave a name for the group not at all you have any names look that's a really great business in these days people all names then you know it can be really want to see the personality of the kids first before you give them a name death exactly why i didn't want to name them i didn't want to give them a specific city exactly thank you because i can't say pacific s really hood got the ocean that's what i know i i used to say pacifica mike you know specifically a mike null flow but um specifically like i wanted everything to develop organically on its own i didn't want it to be.

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"pacifica" Discussed on The Personal Computer Radio Show

The Personal Computer Radio Show

01:58 min | 3 years ago

"pacifica" Discussed on The Personal Computer Radio Show

"Today is october the eighteen two thousand seventeen welcome to the personal computer show this is the original personal computer radio show voting's computing and tonight we aren't doing a membership drive on wbai i'm hank key and my colleague is joe king wbai is in the membership drive tonight and this programme will be on the wbai archive which is be a i thought oh i g forward slash archive dot php podcasts of the regular program that we normally do is available on prn died fm and our website is pc where you showed got four g judge gerald lebow vits issued a summary judgement ruling in favour for the empire state realty trust in its lawsuit against pacifica foundations wbai radio station ninety nine point five in new york for unpaid rent in the amount of over one point eight million dollars pacifica must pay the money do immediately wbai holds a construction permit to locate the transmitter site to fourtime square but we are contractually bound to the empire state lease until 2020 one point eight million dollars that's the wba i the civic are foundation need to raise immediately that's because judge gerald leather vets decided against wba i the pacifica foundation in its dispute with empire state realty trusts is over rent being charged two has our transmitter in the empire state building attorney for wbai in the pacific a foundations sand handles steam they got a judgment for one more than one point eight million dollars which is not even everything that as if they are more than.

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