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"scott weiner" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

12:13 min | 7 months ago

"scott weiner" Discussed on KGO 810

"Thurston senator Scott Weiner is going to be joining us in studio soon he should be here within I don't know five or ten minutes I wanted to give you some information though because you know when information comes out the same correct I think it's really important that we corrected in this case what we're talking about is the CDC and funding to the CDC there have been claims that have been made by a number of people including some of the democratic presidential candidates I'm not sure Bernie was one of them but Warren was Biden was Bloomberg was one that the trump administration had cut the budget of the centers for disease control and prevention the CDC that is not exactly correct and that's what I wanted to fix here the budget that Donald Trump has presented for twenty twenty one his budget request but this has not been enacted his budget request would indeed trim funding for the CDC by almost sixteen percent HHS officials say they want the CDC to focus on its core mission of preventing and controlling infectious diseases and on other emerging public health issues such as opioid abuse officials proposed to take the money that would normally go to fund individual dis from disease prevention activities and bundle it funnel it excuse me into a single block grant to states the budget says chronic diseases like heart disease stroke and diabetes have common risk factors and thus consolidating funds can help magnify the public health impact so the budget reduces overall funding from global health up for global health from five hundred seventy one million to five hundred and thirty two million in twenty twenty one officials carved out an extra fifty million for global health security those are measures aimed at disease detection and emergency but that bump was taken out of of the of the budget for the international HIV aids programs that's being cut by fifty eight million dollars and then fifty millions of the of that fifty million of that is going to the global health security now that's for twenty twenty one that's not to say that the administration has a proposed cuts to the CDC budget in the past they have Donald Trump proposed cuts to CDC in twenty twenty but it wasn't passed it was the Congress to stop it so he has asked for the CDC they're budgeting to be caught up but the Congress and we're talking about bipartisan support in the Congress for both the CDC and the N. I. H. so they wouldn't hear of having those budgets cut as a matter of fact for the twenty twenty budget the funding was increased it's also true though that in twenty eighteen the trump administration did fire key official officials who are connected to the U. S. pandemic response they were fired and they were never replaced yeah okay there's also there are also there were news reports circulating that detail the trump administration's cut by eighty percent of the CDC's program that worked in various countries to fight epidemics including China Pakistan Haiti Rwanda and Congo that was reported by The Washington Post in twenty eighteen the fact that those efforts had been scaled back I mean that's true that's real that was reported by The Washington Post that actually happened that was in twenty eighteen and so people are paying attention to that because of course China was where the corona virus outbreak originated and then it has spread globally after was first detected in Wuhan all right so there's that and I just wanted to correct it so that we understand that while he wanted to cut the funding to the CDC in twenty and twenty one it didn't if we don't have the budget yet for twenty one and the budget for twenty that cut was rejected in a bipartisan way from the Congress now we talk about how to rejuvenate it in China where is it today how many countries are afflicted does anybody know anybody anyone anyone I look this up because there were a few more that were added just today so course it originated in China you got Hong Kong you got like how you got Taiwan we also have a cases in Afghanistan Algeria Australia Austria Bahrain Alaris Belgium Brazil Cambodia Canada Croatia Denmark Estonia Egypt Finland France Georgia Germany Greece India Iran Iraq Israel Italy Japan Kuwait Lebanon Lithuania Malaysia Mexico Nepal Netherlands New Zealand Nigeria north Macedonia Norway Oman pack stab Philippines Romania Russia said marry is San Marino Singapore Spain Sri Lanka Sweden Switzerland Thailand the Republic of Korea United Arab Emirates United Kingdom United States and Vietnam yeah there's a there are you know I look at the map that they have and there are very few places that are left out I see nothing in Alaska I see on the Pacific coast of South America that seems to not have been affected yet or not yet detected most of Africa has not been affected Greenland has not been affected and there are some spots in Asia and in Europe that have not yet been affected but you know it's this is changing every single day this is changing and new cases are being detected there's also I just want to say this because I read about this this morning and I was absolutely stunned the testing kits were not reliable the testing kits the CDC sent out they didn't send out nearly enough of them but they sent them to some major cities in the United States they haven't been able to use those testing kits and it's so bad and now the CDC is saying we'll go ahead and use them there's a second part of the testing kit where it could actually make a detection of murders and sars because those two are corona viruses but they've told people to go ahead and use the testing kids some US states don't want to do that they're in the process of developing their own and New York has decided that they're going to develop their own because the CDC has been so bad at providing testing kits and the importance of this because right now the numbers that we're talking about in comparison with like the the influenza which is seasonal I mean it happens every single year there are thousands and thousands and thousands of people who died there tens of thousands of people die here in the United States of America during a bad flu season it happens all the time SO in comparison to those numbers right now the mortality is minuscule but these things start somewhere and before you can take really good steps solid steps intelligence steps to thwart it the first thing you have to know is where it is how widespread it is who's got it where did they get it kind of trace it back to the vector if you possibly can to determine if most of these things are coming from China we know now that there's a case in Solano where they can make no connection with traveler any person who did travel with this individual which is kind of scary it's scaring to a scary to a lot of epidemiologists because they need to know where the this woman contracted this disease and she's in pretty bad condition right now she's a she's not in great shape that's another thing when she first sought medical assistance she wasn't tested initially for this and there are a lot of medical care providers who were exposed to her giving her health care without taking precautions for infectious disease that may have prevented this up but it may have helped to prevent them from contracting the disease and remember what we said yesterday that sometimes coronavirus is a symptomatic to somebody who has it and if it is a symptomatic the problem is that person has no idea that their contagious them have any symptoms so they don't think they're contagious we need these testing kits and we need them in widespread use so that we really can't determine how big an issue this is it'll also give us a better indication of what the real mortality rates are because if we're going by wrong data if we're going by a lesser number and then we have the cases of mortality that means that we're talking about a two to three percent mortality rate when when you actually expose the numbers of more mild cases cases that are even a symptomatic the mortality rate could come down substantially but the infectious rate the rate that's being spread of pop a spread around could become substantially higher eighty eighty eight ten is the telephone number eighty eighty eight tennis got a bill in Los Gatiss Hey bill welcome to KGO tape that thanks again for taking my call I couldn't he at once I heard about the Mexico situation where those people came back from Italy and then a lot of people I'd realize flying to Mexico before they come up through our southern border I was thinking if we had a democratic president that had you know health care Medicaid for everyone Medicare for everyone and we had relaxed borders is a lot of them seem to want could we actually handled the numbers that would come flooding in here you mean people who are eight inspections sewer flooding in yeah just people in general worrying about getting it if it really does spread around in Mexico which you could very easily they would be going to where the health care try to get their health care taking care of yeah right well first of all I think it's important to point out that I don't think anybody in the democratic field and nobody that I've ever spoken to Democrat Republican or otherwise is supportive of open borders so people want to be able to control who comes into our country and how when you're talking about infectious diseases I think especially something like this I think you have to screen people but on the other hand I gotta tell you this if there are people who are suffering in neighboring countries who are suffering and if we have a way to detect that they don't if we have a way to treat which they don't if we have a vaccine which they don't I think it is incumbent upon us because of global health concerns you know that concerns every single one of us in addition to every other country in the world we have to be able to help provide those services not here in the United States but in those countries themselves so that they can treat their own citizenry if we had a Medicare for all of course our own citizenry would be treated much better and we would know that we would have access to whatever vaccines are made available for something like this in order to control it there would not be a cost concern for individuals here in the United States listen I'm on the break here I need to take a break I think Scott Weiner may be here and if so we're going to move to that but we will talk more about corona virus we're gonna be joined by Kenneth C. Davis at the top of the one o'clock hour I can wrote a book this a couple years ago and it's called more deadly than war and it's about the Spanish flu outbreak during World War one and horrible that was and the incredible mortality rate and how that spread so he's going to be talking us with what about that then we're gonna take a break here we'll be right back with state senator Scott Wiener you're listening to KGO they're still on KGO eight ten it's.

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Heterosexuals can choose between marriage or domestic partnership under new California law

Mark Thompson

00:40 sec | 9 months ago

Heterosexuals can choose between marriage or domestic partnership under new California law

"An openly gay California state senator says while all relationships are different they should have the same rights Jim reports a new law in California gives opposite sex couples the same domestic partnership rights as same sex couples the law offered by democratic senator Scott Weiner gives all couples same sex or opposite sex the option of domestic partnership or marriage with essentially the same rights as married couples people have reasons for making different choices about their relationship there are still federal limitations however for example domestic partnerships can't be used to sponsor a non citizen they can't adopt children from another country and can't file joint federal income

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Woman arrested after throwing liquid on California Senate

WBZ Morning News

00:31 sec | 1 year ago

Woman arrested after throwing liquid on California Senate

"California State Senate was close the chamber was closed down last night and declared a crime scene after a protester threw a substance from the public gallery above the Senate floor state senator Scott Weiner says senators were debating a bill on the floor when it happened the gallery that's above us and it sounds to me like a woman's voice said something about the blood and thanks to route the some sort of file or container of red

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Anti-vaccine activists pour red liquid onto CA Senate floor: report

Pat Walsh

00:25 sec | 1 year ago

Anti-vaccine activists pour red liquid onto CA Senate floor: report

"Anti vaccine activists reportedly forced lawmakers to leave the Senate chambers at the state capitol in Sacramento today as the legislators were working on the Senate floor a red liquid and a menstrual Cup were thrown down on some of them by protesters in the upstairs gallery senator Scott Weiner told the Sacramento bee that some of his colleagues were doused by the liquid well someone in the gallery screamed it was babies blood the sergeant at arms quickly evacuated the

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California legislature passes bill to protect sex workers' rights

KCBS 24 Hour News

00:27 sec | 1 year ago

California legislature passes bill to protect sex workers' rights

"Forty state lawmakers passing a bill that will make it easier for sex workers to report serious crimes like rape right now sex workers risk being arrested even when they report crimes where they are the victims the bill is authored by San Francisco senator Scott Weiner also bans the practice of using condoms is probable cause to arrest someone suspected of sex work he says that discourages safe sex the bill now goes to governor Newsome's desk for

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"scott weiner" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

02:17 min | 1 year ago

"scott weiner" Discussed on KCBS All News

"We'll stay Senator Scott Weiner is vowing to push ahead with his Bill to expedite housing near transit hubs this coming after the Senate appropriations committee pulled the Bill last week. Delaying it till next year's session, KCBS anchors. Jeff baylon, Patty rising spoke today with KCBS and chronicle insider, film, tear about the bill's future. Phil, what's the latest? The latest is that still on. Hold that talked with a winner over the. The weekend. And, you know, the bottom line is this the Senate. I'm not even sure the assembly was ready to pass. Scott, winners law, that would basically change the rules or make it easier or big apartment buildings to go in around transit hubs and along transit thoroughfares. Let's say places where a bus runs every fifteen minutes and at the same time would make for cities to say, no, and while a lot of politicians publicly endorsed, the idea of more housing and more density, and these big buildings going up in privately their constituents say they don't want him in the neighborhood. And that's what these lawmakers sorta tell a path to the state Senate president, and also private publicly everybody's for privately. Everybody was having questions about it. And it winds up, you know, just getting stopped film. I write it on the four side. Senate president pro Toni Atkins herself. That's right. She has been vocal supporter of it, but Anthony Tino, who represents has Edina and some of the wealthier communities down in the Los Angeles area is dead set against it doesn't like the idea of these big block long block big apartment buildings going in necessarily, and he chairs that committee now on Atkins said publicly that she supports privately and even publicly after it was held up when asked if she was going to pull it out. She said, no, what the deal is up in Sacramento, as you can be in charge, but you have these different sort of under you, these various committees. And that's one of the reasons why you are insurance because you got them to vote for you. And they say what they say goes and she might be willing to buck Weiner. She might be willing to build public opinion, but she's not going to buck a committee chair because that's how she got her job. And she wants to keep it hasn't chronicle insider,.

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"scott weiner" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

01:33 min | 1 year ago

"scott weiner" Discussed on KCBS All News

"High rise, and it's starting to get bogged down in the eastbound direction at the San Quentin, and your next traffic update at eight fifty eight. On the traffic leader, KCBS as EVS six day forecast comes dress, from KCBS, KPI, x five meteorologist, pollyanna scattered showers, and scattered downpours will decrease in coverage as. The evening progresses. I think all of the rain is finished by ten or eleven o'clock tonight, but don't be surprised if you have clear skies pours for ten minutes and the clear skies. Once again, it's going to be one of those evenings like that, and additional tenth to a quarter of an inch of rainfall is possible. Pretty cloudy overnight tonight, lows in the fifties tomorrow, we are dry. We will be dry and sunny still chilly with highs in the sixties weekend plans literally playoffs baseball softball. Not so much on Saturday. Rain is likely throughout the day as our next storm arrives to be a wet day on Saturday with highs again, in the sixties rain chance may not end until late Sunday morning. The driest part of the weekend. We'll be Sunday afternoon. Highs over the weekend continuing in the sixties early next week we stay on settled at a minimum. There's a chance of showers on both Monday and Tuesday. We will be much drier and milder starting next Wednesday. I'm meteorologist Paul again. The KPI x five KCBS forecast, traffic and weather together on the eighth on all news, one six nine AM, seven forty KCBS. Deborah anger Sohn at the KCBS editor's desk. It is eight fifty to a Bill to expedite housing projects near transit hubs has been stalled the state appropriations committee announced it's delaying any action on the Bill until next year. The measure was authored by state, Senator Scott Weiner KCBS.

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"scott weiner" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

06:35 min | 1 year ago

"scott weiner" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"What the top of the hour. News guy said Hooper has not gone out yet. It's the highly anticipated IPO is imminent. We're just waiting for it to happen. They priced the shares. I think that's what the top of the guy was trying to tell us. They priced the shares at forty five bucks a piece. So you do the math on that gives an evaluation of about seventy six billion. Earlier banks were seeking evaluation of one hundred twenty billion. So that's a considerable downturn. From what they wanted. Bad timing. I'm reading an article over at business insider that Sherry alluded to that alerted me to and here we have the trade wars markets been down all this week. You got the trade wars terrorists would have place last night minute after midnight, just bad timing for this IPO. We'll wait and see. The Dow Jo- the stock market casino folks, the stock market casino. Let's see what happens. In the meantime, they're going to be a lot of new millionaires in in San Francisco. Because of this thing, and that will probably impact the housing prices. The price of real estate in the city, especially watching it carefully for you on ks. Oh, we've been talking about the tariffs that went into effect last night. Something's got to be done. We'll get more into that throughout the course of the program. Sherry producer the program. Do we have another Sheri's berries giveaway this hour? We can do it this hour. If you like we do. Okay. Let's do it. We've got as there are there too. Or just one more just one more one last hour. So one more. All right. We'll do that this hour the Sheri's berries. And the great thing about this Sheri's berries giveaway. He's our delicious, strawberries, chocolate covered and just the largest things you've ever seen in terms of strawberries to beautiful big tasty at fresh, but because these things are so fresh you'll be able to get them for mom and mother's day tomorrow. They can do delivery tomorrow is so crucial. That's gotta have it. Gotta have it. So good a berries dot com. Use the code k as if oh, but we'll have a giveaway a little bit later for you this hour for all the people, wouldn't you just said mother's day, and they went oh. Yeah. What what wait a minute. Oh my gosh. Other stories in the news for us. Senator Scott Weiner state Senator Scott Weiner is trying to take away new construction of single family homes. I look at all these housing projects going up throughout the bay area of the stack pack housing. And the first thing that comes to mind for me is what about kids who what a yard. Playing outside thing. It's just not happening not happening. So this is what Scott Weiner wants to do doesn't want any more single family homes. Well, they take up too much space can't have that. This is an urban environment. We need stack pack housing with the liberals about I think the stack, Pat, here's Mike conspiratorial mind at work. I think at the end of the day, the liberals love the stack pack housing because they want a better control us, just keep them. All right there. We can keep an eye out of capable right there. Let's just keep them in their place to let it move around. We got we have plans for these people could be just my conspiratorial mind at work, or there could be something to it. But you look at what's happening. It's the stack pack housing everywhere retail on the bottom floor, stack, it hat pack housing up above and that it's always near some transit hub because they don't want you to have a car anymore. You're going to be using mass transit delightful. That's why we keep. Getting calls for both the listeners who used to live in California born and bred who've escaped they're living. Elsewhere. No, more single family homes. Can't have that you environmental Meany. You. You can't do that. Speaking of the environment. The vegan impossible burger. This is the story over at the Daily Mail the vegan possible burgers. So these impossible, burgers, the ideas, it's impossible to tell whether this meeting this thing or not. Some of these quote unquote impossible, burgers are pretty good. I have to tell you. I tried one day it can fool you. They're a nice alternative. And let's be realistic guys, especially I know we love our meat, but we eat too much of it. You gotta dial back. It will be good for you. And you're going to get a whole serving vegetables. You didn't even know you were getting if you true strokes plant based however, however experts say Burger King's new vegan meal, tell me if this is going to surprise you. Well, it might be good for the planet. But it's not very good for your res. Now at the heart of all of this sympathies. Environmentalists want the vegan burgers because they say raising cows is really bad for the environment because they've belts, and they fart and they expelled, methane, the atmosphere, etc. They say it's unsustainable. Right. The ruining the planet. But in the meantime, the nutritious are saying, wait a second. You look at the sodium. And you look at the fat. And you look at all the stuff that's going into the Burger King impossible burger, it's no healthier than the traditional beefburger. Those are pretty funny that they're having to worry about people being concerned with their arteries when going to Burger King. Yes. I'm really concerned about my half. I'm gonna go get a burger from PK. Okay. Look at this. Here's the regular beef. Hamburger at McDonalds or excuse me at Burger King calories to ninety fat. Fifteen grams sodium, three hundred eighty milligrams. That's just the regular beefburger at Burger King. Now, let's go to impossible Walker. Two hundred forty calories. So it's only fifty calories. Less fat fourteen grams, that's one grand less, sodium, three hundred seventy milligrams. That's ten milligrams less than the regular beefburger all on behalf of the environment. So you tell me so all of the half of the environment. It's just as bad for your arteries. Yeah. Let the buyer beware. What else is Sherry have for us? Oh, this is the Florida biker. So this is happening again..

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"scott weiner" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

02:42 min | 1 year ago

"scott weiner" Discussed on KCBS All News

"Senator Scott, Weiner and assemblyman, David Chiu and Phil ting had come home to San Francisco to talk about legislative priorities housing and homelessness chief among them, but agreement with constituents on how to solve California's affordability crisis while protecting renters was not easily reached challenged by a local housing. Activist Weiner defended the negotiated tenant protections in Espy fifty Kentucky on measure onto on them. We are not incentivizing landlords to clear out their buildings and so forth. We've been criticized on the other side by people saying you went too far in Kentucky tenants, and I disagree with that the San Francisco board of supervisors with many members saying they're also concerned about renters is poised to vote this week on a resolution opposing SP fifty gentlemen, KCBS. It's a safe bet that Silicon Valley technology firms will be making donations to Democrats running for president. Don't. But KCBS is Tim Ryan explains. The times are changing in what for years has been a very cozy relationship. Some of the top companies Facebook Twitter, apple and Google becoming four letter words in the minds more and more Americans, but with the near constant privacy violations and Russian election meddling. So I think a lot of the Democrats right now are running around realizing tech needs to be harnessed in some way. The real question is to what extent in how that's our political analyst Larry Gerston from San Jose State. Elizabeth Warren, for example, wants split up lit up. These tech companies make them smaller make an increase competition. That would be a rather serious a blow to a number of these big companies which have close to monopolise others want to find a way of taxing tech Gerston anxious to see what text responses will they still make large campaign donations, and it's not just the politicians. He adds rethinking relationships with the digital world. People. Don't. Don't really want a winning themselves from this tool. But yes at the same time, they're more suspicious out. How that breaks down stream. We don't know Tim Ryan KCBS law enforcement agencies and ride hailing companies are intensifying efforts to educate passengers about safety after a student at the university of South Carolina was killed by someone who posed as an Uber driver experts say would be robbers and the Salen sometimes pose as ride hailing drivers often as people are leaving bars, and may not be paying close attention Heuberger, and lift say riders should make sure and match the driver license plate. Number two. The information that's provided.

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U.S. court blocks San Francisco health warning on soda ads

KCBS 24 Hour News

01:23 min | 1 year ago

U.S. court blocks San Francisco health warning on soda ads

"A federal appeals court has blocked a San Francisco law requiring health warnings on ads for soda and other sugary drinks. And a victory for beverage and retail groups at sued the black the ordinance the US circuit court of appeal says in a unanimous ruling today that the law violates constitutional coup constitutionality protected commercial speech, the judges granted a preliminary injunction that prevents the law from taking effect and kick the case back to a lower court state Senator Scott Weiner was on the San Francisco board of supervisors when he authored the legislation. This ruling reflect a disturbing trend in the federal courts where corporations are given the same free speech rights as individuals and not that that's wrong. The American beverage association joined retail and advertising groups to sue to block. The ordinance spokesman William Durr, muddy junior says the association wants people to make informed decisions about their diets. We're pleased with the ruling. Yeah. It it affirms. There's more appropriate ways to help people manage our overall sugar consumption than through mandatory and misleading. Messages whiner says today's ruling leaves open up half for San Francisco supervisors to pass a revised ordinance with a smaller health warning, which may be able to survive a legal

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"scott weiner" Discussed on KZSC 88.1 FM Santa Cruz

KZSC 88.1 FM Santa Cruz

01:56 min | 1 year ago

"scott weiner" Discussed on KZSC 88.1 FM Santa Cruz

"Couple of points. I wanna make the first is that coming to the legislature and demanding a annual bailout is worse than bankruptcy, and that's the direction PGA looks like it's going, and as we can see not even the legislature has an appetite for that. But more fundamentally the PG any management is in such disarray. That I am worried that no amount of money is going to be enough to get us wildfire safety. No amount of money is going to be enough to keep them out of bankruptcy because they have a management and board that. Needs to be replaced. We need to replace financial people and legal people were running the company with people who know how to run electric operations gap operations. We need faith engineers, we need wildfire experts. That's we need elitist it at PG need, not the finance and legal people who have driven it into the ground. Talking about replacing people. What about replacing the company a lot of public? Power advocates are looking to this as their opportunity to try to move electric production and distribution away from shareholder own for profit entities. Even Scott Weiner made reference to that in his official statement yesterday. This could be a time for San Francisco. Consider public power. I'd like to see those proposals. What they look like see how the public entities proposed to those.

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"scott weiner" Discussed on 790 KABC

790 KABC

10:37 min | 1 year ago

"scott weiner" Discussed on 790 KABC

"We take a call right off the bat here and get a sense of what's going on? We go all the way to Sherman oaks Patricia is here right now. But Tricia, welcome the KBC. Hi there. Yeah. I this is probably one of the worst things that our legislators could do for public health, generally, I side with governor Brown, and it was very courageous of him because he is a democrat. So it's Scott Weiner. I side with him for saying it's gonna put more DUI's on the road, that alone is a reason. But you know, what we got politicians that talk out of both sides of their mouth. For instance, we have a horrible homeless problem in Los Angeles. San Francisco every one of those cities that you mentioned has a homeless issue. And if people don't realize that it didn't start with the drug of alcohol, they are uninformed because it did start with the drug and alcohol still considered the entry level drugs. You were discussing a someone who passed away possibly from a drug overdose. Ninety nine percent of the people who are involved in other kinds of drugs starting with the first drug of choice, which is alcohol people do not start out saying I want to be an alcoholic on that basis. Should we make alcohol illegal? We tried that once it's a stupid question. Yeah. But but you understand. No, no, we should not. But we shouldn't be putting more gasoline on the fire. Okay. Patricia. Thank you so much. Another thing. Everybody needs to go to Scott wieners webpage. It's Sacramento state legislator from the eleventh district in San Francisco and see what else he proposes? He's the one that's in favor of the stack impact plan for making high rise apartment without any parking provision. He's gonna let the developers get away with not including parking provision. There. Are there are other things that he is in favor of he's a bright, man. But he would've wanted to biology class than I thought. The tricia. Thank you very much. The Patricia Scott wintered dinner tonight has been cancelled in case people are wondering wasn't enough parking go to Cyprus, David. Welcome KABC. How you doing good? Thank you. What do you think? No, absolutely not. We have enough drunk drivers on the road. And it's a real problem. Anyways, you know, more people die from alcohol. I got rear ended by drunk driver a year ago at one thirty in the morning total. My car had to go to the hospital and every day you see drunk drivers on the road and running red lights and killing people and we've got to cut it off to in the morning, sir. All right, David. Thank you very much. You know, there is an argument that says that if you extend the cutoff time, you're actually going to have fewer drunks because people tend to drag faster and more because the going to close they'll wait. And they'll maybe so we're up were they'll drink more responsibly and they'll drink more slowly. And it's interesting. I think the caller show a real sense. I mean, it's what I said. Which is I'm scared. I don't wanna be on the road. If there's drunk drivers if there's a way to prevent that. And I'm comfortable with the government doing that. Why not close at midnight? Well, I think that that would be just politically untenable. And then I mean, you're right. So this is like everything in life. It's a gray. And where do we hit in terms of that tipping point of people just saying two things one? I'm just gonna drink really quickly at eleven thirty or I mean, how many people would really adhere to that law, and how much do we just create kind of an underground system of bars that are open. I mean, this is one of the things that we talk about when this is the first year where we've legalized marijuana. It hasn't worked out the way we thought it would. And in part, I think that's because there's so many regulations that there's a very vigorous and healthy underground system of selling marijuana still. Do you think people are more comfortable sometimes getting their marijuana illegally than legally? Yes. In part because I will say that. I I actually don't have experience in this area. But I think in part it's habit and for me. It still would be so surprising to be able to walk in broad daylight to shop. You want to go to your friend Benny down the street in by from him. But because Benny is what we always said, we always met or not I shouldn't say, okay, right? It's my that's what my friends would do, and that's much more of the culture. And that's what was accepted one eight hundred two two two five two two two. I was talking to you about this before the show. When we talk about alcohol and we talk about marijuana. Marijuana was the devil stuff. Harry and Slinger the head of the first drug enforcement. Whatever said, it'll kill you. If you take it it'll kill you in the movies came out Reefer madness. You took it you turn into some kind of weird zombie thing. Whatever. But alcohols, okay. Now, the truth is I think it's cultural in other words of marijuana was around. I we might be having these conversations about you. We legalize alcohol. This what you agree with me? I think that it is largely cultural, and I think again, it's based on what we're comfortable with. And the example I used to with you beforehand was here we eat chicken. And that's why we don't eat dog. What if we lived in a different society where it was completely normally dog, but chickens that's just Louis shady's? You eat those little clicking thing. That's disgusting. Little chickens that you can pet chicken. Okay. That's good. They provide you with eggs. You can't later eat that one eight hundred two two two KABC David Woodland Hills. We've got a different point of view here. Hey, david. I read that when when you have a four a m a limit people don't binge drink as much because it's going to close I've been to Europe and other cities. In the US were it's it's four and five AM all night, and they handle it. Very well. And I think with Uber. It's not gonna be a big health problem. And I think the last person is over over to concerned about something that well really won't be a problem in a really help the economies of those cities so much of this is based on our life experience. If you've been rear ended by a drunk driver. Like, the last caller, then you really don't you want to do everything you can to get drunk drivers off the street, but David who's been to Europe and says they handle it for particularly. Well, says we should be more worried about binge drinkers. And I mean, I think this is so many hot button political issues. It's whatever our particular, David. Thank you very much for calling. There is something to be said. And by the way, the argument for this is to create a thriving community at three AM in the morning. And if you go to other countries and sometimes other cities as well, there is a street life. And there is a vitality going on at three am in the morning. It's shocking to us. But I think that that's based on so much more than the idea that you could keep bars open. I mean that is such a different cultural environment, it's different expectations. They're not just going to bars. I mean, they're also going restaurants. Everything is open later. And so I think that it's not a hop skip. And a jump from last four AM to all of a sudden, we have a thriving artistic scene. What we like, simple statements. Don't we? I'm all for America, by the way. Let me let me get back to this with you. The legalization of marijuana. It's a cultural thing for some people. It's a moral issue to legal issue. But demographically marijuana seems to be here to stay the network two and a half generations deep into it. Now, where it's more of a usual thing was it a mistake to legalize it. I think it was inevitable. I think that the question for me is maybe was in a mistake to legalize it the way we did. So the way we legalized it is one through a fairly kind of Byzantine regulatory process. The other way, we we legalized it is that we have this kind of very slow roll out where we provide permits through the state, but then we're waiting on a local level to see if localities will allow or ban marijuana. And then if a locality meaning county or a city says guess we can't have marijuana. Then we also have to look to see what their taxes are. So for some people the taxes, for instance, in LA can be. I think is highest thirty four percent, which means what do you wanna do? If you want to sell marijuana, you probably just wanna stay out of the system period. Not register. Yes. But you know, what are the arguments by legalizing drugs in general is take the criminality out of it. Right. Take the Mexican cartels out of it. Take the people who are a dipping kids on the street because. They live in a another world when this is happening. Is it naive to think? Once you legalize that all goes away. No, I don't think it's naive to think it all goes away. And I think that for all the reasons that you said one I think it was as I said inevitable that we're going to legalize if you look at the demographics. If you look at the people who are going to age into the big voting block, it was now or a few election cycles from now. But I think that there's absolutely something to be said for we're going to regulate marijuana. We're gonna make sure that it's safer. But if you look at what's happening, for instance, in California in Colorado in Oregon, there's really varying degrees of success and the laws are still trying to catch up with behavior. For instance, you know, how are we gonna treat edibles? How are we going to? This is a big issue. Advertise to minors. For all the people who push marijuana and say, listen makes my life better makes me feel good it eases. My pain. It relaxes me. So I can go into a party be comfortable. And all of that. It's naive. Not to think that there is a downside medically physically biologically as well. Once again, if there's a gray area that exists here. Peter hang on. You got something. You wanna tell us here? But could take a quick break your seven ninety KABC talk radio. We'll be right back..

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"scott weiner" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

02:01 min | 1 year ago

"scott weiner" Discussed on KCRW

"Must inspire confidence that North Carolina will not tolerate any fraud on behalf of any candidate, regardless of political party at issue charges that political operatives in the state illegally collected. And possibly stole absentee ballots. State law specifies that absentee ballots may only be submitted by the voter or a family member on Wall Street amid continued U S China trade tensions. The Dow closed down seventy nine points at twenty four thousand nine hundred forty seven the NASDAQ was up Twenty-nine. This is NPR. And this is KCRW. Good afternoon. I'm Steve shiitake. Here's what's happening on this Thursday afternoon. Cal trans now says the I five freeway in the grapevine north and west of Los Angeles is now open in both directions. But four hours earlier today rows and rows of cars and trucks were to standstill covered in snow. It was the scene today headed through the the past there the to hone pass along the I five several big rigs skit and block lanes during the snow, but not before disrupting entire days for motorists and businesses. It's affecting us in that way. 'cause they're really. Now, that's Evelyn Sanchez. She works with the Gorman ranch house which had to close early today because of all that snow looks very white and very cloudy. There's moving, but I mean, very dangerous outside still again. The I five is back open this afternoon and will be open, but Cal trans officials say be careful as you're moving through the pass because higher elevations. There could still be some snow being dropped over the area later this afternoon and tonight elsewhere across greater Los Angeles, nearly two inches of rain fell on downtown LA today that was a record for the day. We also saw a mudslide on PCH parts of Malibu canyon is closed because of boulders in the road. And we'll keep you updated on that. How to look at traffic and just a minute occasion state Senator Scott Weiner from the bay area has relaunched his controversial Bill forcing cities are would force.

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"scott weiner" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

03:26 min | 1 year ago

"scott weiner" Discussed on KCBS All News

"Apply. Just watch continues now here on KCBS sponsored by Kars for Kids. Steve Senator Scott Weiner plans to do so Bill that would do away with a loophole that hands some carburetors, I get out of jail free pass our inside fuel material talked about this with our anchors. Jeff bell and Patty rising earlier tonight. Phil tell us about the loophole. Here's the penal code states that the difference between sort of felony auto, burglary and misdemeanor. Our theft out of a car is whether or not this car door is locked that might sound a little strange. I mean, somebody busted a window in your car, you'd think okay that's auto burglary. It's a felony. But no under California law that goes back decades the door has to be proven to been locked now. It's like I said, it's pretty strange because if your house gets burglarized through the window, nobody comes in and says was the door law, but you have to prove that the door walk and that has led to well a number of people being charged with a lesser offence of theft from an auto which often results in going on probation. And as George Gascons explained today's conference that can mean a basic get out of jail card probation back on the streets probation back on the streets probation back on the street, and he wants to change it. Okay. So here's the explanation. I need from you, Scott. Peter put this forward before he didn't make it out of committee. Why would anybody be against this plan? Whereas interesting it made it out of the public hearings. Jeff, and I think that if it got on the Senate floor and on the house for where everybody had to publicly vote thumbs up or thumbs down it would pass. And I think the governor would wherever the governor is would be hard pressed to sign that. But last year when you tried it what they did is they steer got steered into called the appropriations committee were all the bills are put in considered together. And that is where they hit the brakes on them without any votes. So it never got out of appropriations. It was never heard an appropriations. It was never voted on an appropriations why? Well, there was pressure. Some say it was coming from the governor other say was coming from the Senate leadership basically said the goal of this particular law session is to reduce Krizan populations is to get people out of jail. Not to criminalize more people not to send more people to jail, and that's. Basically why they held it up without a public boat because nobody wanted to see voting publicly to say, it's you know, we're gonna give it a loophole, but privately this is what happened. That's what's Scott Weiner is hoping changes with some new faces in Sacramento. I was wondering about that. Because I was with Jeff who would oppose that, you know, the car burglars. Do not have their own lobbying benefactor memento. No. But they have a group that says we're criminalizing too. Many people were putting people too many people in jail, and there's just a real reluctance to make crime harder to make to make the sentencing harder or to make the laws tougher. It's a trend. We're seeing in the state, and we we've seen it repeatedly. And whether or not that continues is like I said if at first you don't succeed Rina's gonna try again. And I wonder now that more light is being shined on this particular topic if it's more likely to get through Sacramento as well. Like, you said he says, he get it. If it's a public vote he wins. But as you said with life, that's why they have doors and Sacramento and committee rooms where you can close the door turn off the lights and do what you're gonna do without the public scene come out and say it didn't get done.

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"scott weiner" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

03:37 min | 1 year ago

"scott weiner" Discussed on KCBS All News

"Time five fifty. It's time for us to check in with KCBS and chronicle insider fill material joining us live on the KCBS ring central Newsline state, Senator Scott Weiner plans to introduce a Bill that would do away with a loophole that hands that some carber glares get out of jail free pass Phil tell us about the loophole. Well, we're talking about here is the penal code states that the difference between sort of felony auto, burglary and misdemeanor or our best out of a car is whether or not this car door is locked that might sound a little strange. I mean, somebody bust a window in your car, you'd think okay that's auto burglary. It's a felony. But no under California law that goes back decades the door has to be proven to been locked now. It's like I said, it's pretty strange because if your house gets burglarized through the window, nobody comes in and says was the door law, but you have to prove that the door walk and that has led to well, a number of people being charged with the lesser offence of theft from an auto which often results in going on probation, and as George Gascons explained today's conference that can mean a basic get out of jail card probation back on the streets probation back on the streets probation back on the streets, and he wants to change it. Okay. So here's the explanation. I need from you, Scott. Leader put this forward before he didn't make it out of committee. Why would anybody be against this plan? Whereas interesting it made it out of the public hearings. Jeff, and I think if it got on the Senate floor and on the house floor where everybody had to publicly vote thumbs up with some down it would pass. And I think the governor would whoever the governor is would be hard pressed to sign that. But last year when you tried it what they did is they got steered into called the appropriations committee where all the bills are put in considered together. And that is where they hit the brakes on them without any votes. So it never got out of appropriations. It was never heard in appropriations. It was never voted on an appropriations why? Well, there was pressure. Some say it was coming from the governor of was coming from the Senate leadership. The basically said the goal of this particular law session is to reduce Krizan populations is to get people out of jail. Not to criminalize more people not to send more people to jail, and that's. Basically why they held it up without a public boat because nobody wanted to see receiving voting publicly to say, it's you know, we're going to give it a a loophole, but privately this is what happened. That's what Scott Weiner is hoping changes with some new faces in Sacramento. I was wondering about that. Because I was with Jeff who would oppose that, you know, the car burglars. Do not have their own lobbying group in Sacramento. No. But they have a group that says we're criminalizing too. Many people were putting people too many people in jail, and there's just a real reluctance to make crime harder to make your make the sentencing harder. What you make the laws tougher. It's a trend. We're seeing in the state, and we we've seen it repeatedly. And whether or not that continues is like I said if at first you don't succeed try again. And I wonder now that more light is being shed on this particular topic if it's more likely to get through Sacramento as well. Like, you said he says he get if it's a public vote he wins. But as you said with light, that's why they have doors and Sacramento and committee rooms where you can close the door turn off the lights, and what you're gonna do without the public scene come out and say it didn't get done. Well, we're gonna keep track of this one. Thanks so much that is KCBS and chronicle insider Phil matere will returns tomorrow morning, you stand and Susan that will be at seven fifty eight..

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U.S. sues after California governor signs 'net neutrality' law

KCBS Radio Midday News

01:12 min | 2 years ago

U.S. sues after California governor signs 'net neutrality' law

"Attorney general Jeff Sessions has filed a lawsuit against the state of California over its efforts to implement net neutrality protections for the state's consumers KCBS is Jeffrey Schaub reports. The Justice Department's action came yesterday the same day governor Brown signed net neutrality legislation into law. California state Senator Scott Weiner, says internet providers want free rein over what you can access on the web. And he says the state's new net neutrality law protects consumers neutrality is about companies like AT and T and then in Comcast in order to make money manipulating where you go on the internet. Basically, they want to turn the internet into cable TV where you have a limited set of. Option of where you can go. And that is the absolute opposite of what the net is. We should be able to make those decisions for ourselves. The FCC under the Trump administration reversed years of government policies mandating internet neutrality, California and a handful of other states now have their own laws. But the Justice department claims only Washington has the right to regulate interstate commerce Weiner says he does not believe the FCC has the right to preempt state law.

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FCC chairman says California’s net neutrality bill is ‘egregious’ and ‘illegal’

KCBS Radio Afternoon News

02:06 min | 2 years ago

FCC chairman says California’s net neutrality bill is ‘egregious’ and ‘illegal’

"Governor Jerry Brown has not indicated whether he will sign or veto the net neutrality Bill sitting on his desk. But the chairman of the FCC is now weighing in with his opinion. Larry, what is he saying? Well, he's claiming that if the illegal with the pie who the chairman appointed Republican chairman, and of course, as you know, the FCC repealed, the network neutrality Bill that was the rule that was passed by the laughed Pepsi where the Democrats were in charge, so California along with a few other states have taken upon themselves to create their own network neutrality Bill within the state and that has been passed by the legislature. It's waiting the governor's signature. I'm assuming the governor will find it a I'm not certain about that. But the bottom line is at the FCC chairman of claiming that this should all be done on a national basis on a federal basis that you can't break up the internet into little state that it all has to be done. In a coordinated way. However, another argument that's been made by Scott Weiner legislator who with behind one legislative behind the Bill is at the FCC, essentially, abandoned, its control over the internet or lethal. I should say not of the internet over over of network you chat net neutrality and this nation because they have essentially repealed, it also the other argument could be made that internet service providers operate within states. I mean. Yes com. Comcast and others, maybe national, but they're operating within California. They could very well. Create a law that only applied California is Weiner points out to pie did not weigh in on the whole debate over Reisen throttling. Data for firefighters during that big wildfire. That's right. And this has become very positive. I don't know why that would be political. But certainly the entire net neutrality debate has become very political. But the fact that the FCC has basically said, hey, we're not going to get involved. You know, we're we're just basically going to allow it to happen. And I don't know anything, you know, this is something I guess could be tested in court. But certainly the state of California has a vested interest to try to protect its own citizens. And we'll have to see whether a court might rule in favor of the fear. They might say, yeah. The California Las dance. Meantime, we are waiting on California governor Jerry

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‘Predatory behavior’: Priest sex abuse report reveals secret Bay Area case

News, Traffic and Weather

02:40 min | 2 years ago

‘Predatory behavior’: Priest sex abuse report reveals secret Bay Area case

"I think Nike. You know, holding a partner accountable for that. And and just being a position where they can continue to support in this case, the athletes, but also encourage the league to perhaps let the protesting continue or to at least elevate the conversation. The new season starts this week making gold speak KCBS supporters of a decades long effort to rename the Dixie school district in San Rafael taking that effort back to the school board lists this week. Members of the committee change the day will address the board during the public comment period of the board's meeting later tonight advocates the advocates say the name Dixie is a reference to slavery that is out of touch with Marin county values the campaign to change the district's name began in nineteen ninety seven and was last voted on in twenty three. Another allegation involving south bay. Clergy KCBS is Jennifer Hodge says it's a case that came to light with the release of Pennsylvania's grand jury report on sexual abuse within the Catholic church thin Alosha a conservative pre Vatican sacked near the Lexington reservoir. The report outlines abuse by the Reverend Benedict. Vander Putin eighteen years ago, it states Vander Putin molested a young girl, and then was transferred to Switzerland. When it surfaced pedophile can do what they do because of power. Robert marr court is a snap. The survivors network of those abused by priests. He was molested church when he was thirteen the Losha's isn't part of the San Jose diocese. But Marquette says it's happening in a number of churches churches that can't afford settlements. The Catholic church has so far had the money to be able to do that many of these other churches don't so just goes on and on and on the actions of the Reverend Vander Putin. Only made it into the Pennsylvania. Grand jury report because he had spent time at the diocesan Scranton, Jennifer Hodges KCBS the future of gun shows at the cow palace now up in the air a Bill banning gun and ammunition sales at the venue in Daly city has passed the legislature and now awaits the signature of governor Jerry Brown, the measure by Senator Scott, Weiner and feel ting both of San Francisco would ban sales of the state owned facility which holds five gun shows a year supervisors in both San Mateo and San Francisco have passed resolutions. Supporting the Bill Weiner says the communities have made it clear, they do not want gun shows in our cities or our neighborhoods. The buyback gun events are not affected. KCBS news time now is one twenty four. Is humans? We.

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California lawmakers send strict 'net neutrality' laws to governor

24 Hour News

00:40 sec | 2 years ago

California lawmakers send strict 'net neutrality' laws to governor

"California lawmakers tell the FCC to take a, hike with the first of. Its kind Bill reinstating net neutrality it's the first of what Republican lawmakers in the state fear could, be fifty little FCC's there are certainly concerns the bill's author democratic Senator. Scott Weiner says that the federal government won't protect the internet then the states must fundamentally of. Net neutrality, is, that we as individuals get to decide where we go on the internet. As opposed to being told where to go I s p's would not be allowed to block or slow users access to sites unless a fee is paid and ISP's can't block or slow content from sites that don't pay or they don't like governor Jerry Brown now has until the. End of the month to decide whether he'll sign it,

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California lawmakers send strict 'net neutrality' laws to governor

When Radio Was

00:56 sec | 2 years ago

California lawmakers send strict 'net neutrality' laws to governor

"Governor Jerry Brown will now, decide whether California should have the. Nation strongest protections for net neutrality rules the rules are designed to ensure a level playing field, on the internet lawmakers approved the regulations Friday, over stiff, opposition, from internet service providers San Francisco. Democrats Scott Weiner co wrote the measure he hopes the regulations will drive a national policy prohibiting internet. Companies from favoring certain websites over others we. All would prefer one. Uniform national standard everyone agrees on that but the reality is that we don't have And, there, there are currently essentially no federal. Net neutrality protection California stepping in or no net neutrality protection opponents say the internet should be governed. By uniform national policy rather than rules set. Individually by

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"scott weiner" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

02:13 min | 2 years ago

"scott weiner" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

"PG. Any state Senator Scott Weiner says no it's not a bailout we're going to, have to pay one way or the. Other This is, the most responsible way to make sure. The shareholders are paying a live without pushing Keaveney into bankruptcy PGA did file bankruptcy about twenty years ago and had to raise rates then supporters fear the company's bond rating, could tumble based on the billions it must, pay after its equipment help start some. Of those recent fires Bob real can't accent seventy NewsRadio. Unified school district teachers have voted to authorize a, strike is labor talks continue to go nowhere United teachers Los Angeles says. Ninety eight percent of. Its members supported authorizing union leadership to call a. Strike if progress isn't made soon in a statement the LA unified school district said. LA unified remains willing to explore it he avenue which helps, resolve the issues for the benefit of our students families and communities that we serve one parent is grown frustrated by the talk of a, possible teacher strike not only would it create. Turmoil for students and parents in the eyes of Kim Hasselhoff whose son is, a, sixth grader in l.. A. USD she says she doesn't know where the truth lies Is we hear that the teachers want smaller class sizes and things like that which is great you know we all want that on the other hand she says Elliott has these tensions that are unfunded and Michael bankrupt in the, next couple of years to and it's It's hard to know. What to believe I mean we all want to make a good salary that is, most important job and we want classes smaller schools see better I think the larger issues with more money for the schools in general they can do all of those things bottom line she. Believes all parents want our teachers who are excited to be teaching their kids Margaret caro- KNX ten seventy NewsRadio a former Anaheim school softball coaches. Been sentenced to, six months in jail after pleading guilty to giving marijuana to players on. Her team, and smoking with them the incident happened when the incident happened. When twenty two year, old Tiffany Aguire was working as the assistant varsity softball coach at magnolia high school in one case she drove three. Or four players to a park on Saint Patrick's Day last year gave them pot and. Then smoked with them in her car it's one forty three and there's a Sigler, in bellflower on. The connector, road between the eastbound ninety one to the,.

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Apple self-driving test car gets rear-ended by a Nissan Leaf in first ever crash

KCBS Radio Weekend News

00:47 sec | 2 years ago

Apple self-driving test car gets rear-ended by a Nissan Leaf in first ever crash

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California lawmakers send strict 'net neutrality' laws to governor

Weekend Edition Saturday

01:07 min | 2 years ago

California lawmakers send strict 'net neutrality' laws to governor

"Lawmakers in California are sending news sending new net neutrality rules to governor Jerry Brown's desk for his signature after they passed a Bill yesterday to prevent internet service providers from favoring certain websites over others NPR's James, Dubec reports, advocates. Say they're the strongest net neutrality protections in the country. Democrats Scott Weiner who co, wrote the Bill said net neutrality. Is important for, activists and, small businesses vis Isabelle a level playing field an, internet, where we as individuals against the side where we go on the internet. The measure stops internet providers like Comcast in AT and t. from, blocking slowing, down or speeding up access to certain websites but, the industry called the Bill heavy-handed. Saying the internet needs one national policy instead of state-by-state approaches California Democrats portrayed the legislation As. A rebuke of President Trump earlier this year the FCC repealed. Net neutrality rules imposed under the Obama administration California's governor hasn't said if you'll sign the Bill

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"scott weiner" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

02:42 min | 2 years ago

"scott weiner" Discussed on KCBS All News

"Spoke as well as state Senator Scott Weiner also deeply about Abrek Cavanaugh confirmation would mean. For for women for the ability. Of African American people to vote for my LGBT community my own community Republicans in, Washington they have called for speeding up the confirmation process Democrats are hoping to postpone until after the midterms in San Francisco. Scotla Terry KCBS the car fire burning in, Shasta and trinity counties for, over a, month now is ninety six percent contain you may remember the car fire swept into the city of reading late last month killing three people and destroying nearly eleven hundred homes and twenty two businesses more than two hundred homes and businesses were damaged it burned, so hot that at one point it created its, own weather the fire scorched nearly two hundred, and thirty thousand Thousand acres while reading is not threatened anymore residents now have have, to determine how and if to rebuild the blaze. Was caused when a car got a flat tire in the wheels rim created sparks residents of San Rafael 's Dominican black canyon neighborhoods gathered for, a symposium yesterday to learn about, the hazards of wildland fires that could occur near. Their properties KCBS Jeffrey Schaub reports it's one of a series of similar events throughout Marin county aimed at educating homeowners about fire prevention and evacuation preparedness Katherine. Randolph says it's a no brainer. In Californians on fire and her home could be in the path of the next, big one bunch of the Dominican black canyon area is surrounded by forested land with eucalyptus trees that could go up in. Flames like Roman candles how close the houses, are to the trees during, the two, hour event residents learn how to Elihu Trees and plants. From their properties that can easily go up in flames like juniper or bamboo they will throw embers and and that's. What happened up, north Jack Dickson is president of the neighborhood association we need to get out the word to people about what. The ramifications are having a wildfire in this area Dixon says next spring the neighborhood will conduct a mass evacuation exercise in San Rafael Jeffrey. Xiao KCBS just ahead on KCBS Jennifer Hodges. Why some routes have been cut at bay area airports Just another, manic Monday let's check your early morning drive now with Alden Jacob checking in on Tracy first. Eastbound.

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Tesla Model 3 finish is ‘below average,’ analyst says

Sean Hannity

00:21 sec | 2 years ago

Tesla Model 3 finish is ‘below average,’ analyst says

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President Trump, Russia and Tesla discussed on Chip Franklin

Chip Franklin

01:45 min | 2 years ago

President Trump, Russia and Tesla discussed on Chip Franklin

"A Cumulus. Station now on, Amazon Alexa Jio eight, tenths Afternoon. I'm Nikki medoro the, White House says President Trump is looking to host. A Russian President Vladimir Putin in the fall in Osmond comes a few days after Trump drew criticism for saying he did not think Russia would have meddled in the two thousand sixteen elections correspondent Bob Costantini has the comeback from a top intelligence chief at the Aspen security forum director, of national, intelligence Dan Coats undeniable that the Russians are taking the lead on this To undermine our basic values of divide us with our allies they're. The ones, that are trying to wreck havoc over there election process after President Trump's Monday comment of why would it be Russia to interfere in US. Elections coats issued. A rebuttal statement reemphasized, what agencies under his umbrella continue to say it. Was Russia and Russia's still at it Bob Costantini Washington to bay area Democrats are re introducing legislation that would require presidential candidates to release their tax returns before they appear on the ballot in California senators Mike McGuire and Scott Weiner say they decided to bring back their legislation following, President Trump's, summit with Putin governor Brown vetoed similar legislation last year An analyst says cancellations for Tesla's model three cars have been increasing in recent weeks Rosh of Indra. Gill says, refunds now at pace. Deposits for Tesla's new mass market electric car that's a figure tesla denies part of the problem is the expiration of a seventy five. Hundred dollar, tax credit former air force disc jockey Adrian krone our has died you newest character by a play by Robin Williams in the movie.

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"scott weiner" Discussed on Progressive Talk 1350 AM

Progressive Talk 1350 AM

02:13 min | 2 years ago

"scott weiner" Discussed on Progressive Talk 1350 AM

"Have done that but he's an actual politician he's a real politician so he did what normal and real politics and by the way i'm saying this in a complimentary way i don't often say the word politician in a complimentary way but state senator scott weiner did exactly what a professional politician and i mean that mccollum as supposed to do he went back to the negotiating table and he made a deal and it turned out to be a pretty darn good deal because there are a lot of really good democrats in the legislature and they went to the bro business monitor ones i said we're gonna have us a real net neutrality bill and so the deal that was made was putting a lot of scott weiner stuff back into the bill so we won but we haven't won because it's still go through the rest of the legislative process and at and t and rising they haven't left the state so there is a compromise they made a deal they did what politicians are supposed to do he went back to the negotiating table and all the elements of a good net neutrality bill back in the bill scott way said okay i'm back to supporting my own bill again isn't that nice but it's not over because hundred rising comcast these guys still going to try and kill it jerry brown's gonna have to sign it if you can get the thing through the state legislature and so there's politics there's law there civics for you all wrapped up in one and i still have to finish senior legal analyst time i've got two more topics they'll go much more slowly i mean much more quickly that that one went slowly that was the main one it looks like california if we can get this thing through the legislature and get jerry brown to sign that the governor it would it would be nice because how you gonna have not net neutrality in california i mean you can have china california not net neutrality elsewhere i think netflix headquartered here silicon valley is headquartered here how do you do that all right i'll finish senior league landless time next the rest of the hours you were justice is served the norman goldman show where civics class is in session every day this is the norman goldman show i made four and free american woman bible heritage what tribe is it let me think about that hollow doc.

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California bans local soda taxes

KNX Programming

02:32 min | 2 years ago

California bans local soda taxes

"Eleven twenty two on knx there a twenty one year old son took his own life then an autopsy revealed football related injuries may have left him with the brain of a sixty five year old man now the question is did that contribute to his death tyler alinsky loved playing football his childhood passion carrying over to washington state university but after the orange county youth died a shocking medical discovery he had ct brain disease that affects athletes playing some contact sports but his mother is reluctant to blame his depression on the game kim i'm still grieving but i did find out this information and and we felt we have obligations immoral actually obligation to to disclose it mark alinsky says his son did sustain some football related injuries but he says no indication of what the autopsy would later reveal repetitive hit when he was younger etc but again exhibited no signs of the pressure deal linski seventeen year old son intends to continue playing football charles feldman knx ten seventy newsradio governor jerry brown signed a controversial bill backed by the soda industry that will ban any california county or city from passing taxes on sugary sodas for the next twelve years state senator scott weiner opposed the measure but understand why the legislature passed it he tells knx big soda threaten california with its nuclear option industry finance a ballot measure a statewide constitutional amendment that provided that in order for any city any local community to raise any kind of tax it would require the and that is to say you know it's very antidemocratic not majority rule and it would have made it extremely hard per city to fund their own basic public safety health and other critical services weiner represent san francisco city with a tax on sugary drinks a ten year old boys reported to be in grave condition after a traffic crash in pomona but a lot of details of that accident aren't clear yet including whether it was a hit and run police found the boy on the ground run eight thirty last night on south paula morris street just out the philadelphia street after he'd been hit by vehicle and they want to hear from anyone saw it happen search is on for a suspect in a deadly shooting in maywood that story eleven thirty it's eleven twenty five traffic and weather together every ten minutes.

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Trump fails to halt 'Apprentice' contestant's defamation lawsuit

The Takeaway

02:14 min | 2 years ago

Trump fails to halt 'Apprentice' contestant's defamation lawsuit

"Talks with kim jong un in other news an appeals court in new york says a former contestant on the apprentice can move ahead with her defamation case against the president npr's carrie johnson reports some reserve owes filed suit after trump called her a liar some reserve os is asking for an apology in money damages after president trump denied her claims he sexually harassed her in tweeted the allegation was a hoax a lower court judge in new york ruled her defamation case against the president could proceed because the judge said no one is above the law now a new york appeals court says servoz can persist for now lawyers for service want access to unaired footage of trump talking about women on the apprentice tv show and they've signaled they wanted to pose the president is well trump's legal team says the president can't be sued in state court and they say can statements did not defames or voice carrie johnson npr news washington residents on hawaii's big island or monitoring kill away of volcano which woke people up before don with the boom here's a wii public radio's coup way he hurry she we heard this morning around four fifteen all go time am that hawaii hawaii volcano royal officials did receive a data stream driven explosion and that ashville and ashfall advisory was boosted by the national weather service this is npr from news i'm brian watt governor jerry brown has signed legislation aimed at protecting undocumented immigrants from having their immigration status disclosed in open court the measure sign this morning would require lawyers to get permission from a judge before discussing someone's immigration status publicly san francisco state senator scott weiner authored the bill he says it would ensure crime victims and witnesses aren't scared away from testifying in court critics say it won't do anything to protect immigrants and may give them false confidence yesterday a group of democrats in the california senate proposed a plan for the state to spend billions of dollars combating homelessness from politics government desk katie or reports the plan calls for taking advantage of california's unexpectedly high tax revenues.

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"scott weiner" Discussed on 790 KABC

790 KABC

01:47 min | 2 years ago

"scott weiner" Discussed on 790 KABC

"California lawmakers have passed a bill to prevent the disclosure of your immigration status and cord senate bill seven eighty five was introduced in response to news reports of ice agents tracking down undocumented immigrants and courthouses across the country it takes aim at a tactic that advocates as keeping many immigrants from testifying in court reporting crimes or simply showing up to a ticket the bill introduced last year by senator scott weiner a democrat of san francisco passed the senate thursday with a bipartisan vote thirty one to six six of the thirteen senate republicans voted for the proposal and one did not vote if signed by governor jerry brown it will take effect immediately the only group on record opposing the bill was the california news publishers association which argued it could hurt the public's interests by making some preceding secret hindering reporting it's interesting that the newspapers were the ones that came down against this stand the they're tracking down undocumented immigrants in courthouses so if you're testifying yeah and elevate testifying about i don't know you're suing someone okay someone suing you and your immigration status is relevant to the case and it comes up in court they're now saying well even if it's relevant we don't want you have to disclose that because if there's an ice agent that sitting there you could theoretically be deported but wrong with this country this country is so backwards it's called law and order is what it is although i remember going into the ice officers i was so nervous and i you know i was twenty three or twenty twenty three i wasn't doing anything wrong scare the hell out of me i know what those court hearings are like interact all official like louis on the phone when he's booking a guest.

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"scott weiner" Discussed on 790 KABC

790 KABC

01:53 min | 2 years ago

"scott weiner" Discussed on 790 KABC

"Didn't get a chance to tune in between five and ten for mcintyre in the morning where a couple of weeks ago we had scott weiner on the show state senator scott weiner the democrat from san francisco who had proposed senate bill eight twenty seven that would have four cities to allow taller denser development around public transit it only got four votes on the thirteen members senate committee on transportation and housing both democrats and republicans voted against it so this thing is dead dead dead dead dead this is the bill that would have gotten rid of all the zoning requirements as long as there were two buses intersecting with each other near the neighborhood which could completely transformed suburban areas as we know it now the hypocrisy from the la city council was stunning when you heard of various philosopher kings of the horseshoe there on spring street the salt spring street saying this is absolutely unacceptable this is exactly what they're doing well they even said like what developers were paying off the assembly for this this one and of course what they really objected to was hey we don't want developers bribing the legislators in sacramento we want the developers bribing us that's where they get their election money but the blowback was fast and furious because of course this just would have made it open season on neighborhoods the character of your neighborhoods would have changed dramatically now it's a weird topic to talk about because in twenty eighteen los angeles there's still the pretense that somehow we have some say over the nature and character of our neighborhoods but the ground is shifting under us and not just because of plate tectonics that was lucie jones story yesterday when we had her on with her new book the.

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"scott weiner" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

01:34 min | 2 years ago

"scott weiner" Discussed on KCBS All News

"In the afternoon highs in the low to mid sixty s sunday mostly sunny highs in the sixties monday mostly sunny highs mid sixties to mid seventies but then tuesday through thursday mostly cloudy with a chance of rain and highs in the sixties right now san francisco hayward daly city and concord are at sixty degrees petaluma fifty nine sixty two degrees in san jose traffic and weather together on the eighth on all news one zero six nine am seven forty kcbs the cities of san francisco and los angeles are among those voicing opposition to a bill by state senator scott weiner which would streamline the process to build homes near transit hubs earlier kcbs anchors jeff bell and patty rising spoke with kcbs and chronicle insider film matere fill progresses would usually back a bill to create affordable housing what's going on well it's an interesting one because as you point out for years housing advocates and been screaming for more housing in the bay area all over the state of california but mostly as you said in los angeles in the bay area so scott weiner san francisco said okay here's what we do you've got all these different local ordinances but how about if we passed a state law that says if you're within a quarter of a mile of a transit hub or thoroughfare you can build up to five to eight story tall buildings as long as they meet the local requirements and include a certain number of affordable housing make everybody happy to put near transit lines so people don't have to use their cars.

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Stormy Daniels Sues Trump Attorney For Defamation

Dr. Drew Midday Live with Mike Catherwood

01:30 min | 2 years ago

Stormy Daniels Sues Trump Attorney For Defamation

"Kabc news live and local at two thirty i'm jeff whittle the building restrictions that were enacted by the city of la could be tossed out under a lawmakers plan to build more housing senator scott weiner says his bill will loosen or eliminate development restrictions that cities have put in place has been hard hit people can't afford housing the democrat from san francisco wants to build apartments and condominiums near rail stations and bus stops you want to focus on housing inner jobcentres near public transportation we want to give people the option to use public transportation some however are already raising concerns of how this might affect development for a single family neighborhoods james throw haas kabc news porn star stormy daniels lawyer michael abernathy filed a defamation lawsuit against president trump's personal attorney michael cohen today in los angeles federal court claiming cohen defamed daniels when he denied that they had sex that she had sex with donald trump over a decade ago cohen already admitted pain daniels one hundred thirty thousand dollars just before the two thousand sixteen election but continues to the nye the alleged affair between the ven citizen trump and daniels now president trump's approval ratings risen to forty two percent ties level since they one hundred day mark of his presidency however fifty four percents still disapprove of the job he's doing as president according to.

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"scott weiner" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

01:35 min | 2 years ago

"scott weiner" Discussed on KCBS All News

"Web traffic equally for more we're joined live now on the kcbs ring central newsline by state senator scott weiner who represents san francisco county and part of san mateo county thank you for joining us this afternoon how does this bill compared to the fcc earlier rules on net neutrality thank you for having me this bill is very comprehensive it really adopts what the fcc adopted in twenty fifteen under president obama that's protect and open internet's protectant neutrality and we want to reinstate that the bill very broadly prohibits broadband providers from having a fast lane for companies that pay more money than slowing down websites that don't pay money it prohibits them from blocking and throttling and i it really just make sure that we're not seeing favoritism back who can pay more broadband providers should provide the on ramp onto the internet and should not be picking winners and losers in terms of which websites you can access which you can't and that we all wanna make sure we can watch our streaming tv shows but talk about why this is so important for agencies like emergency services and transportation for consumers so that we can all go to whatever website we want it's important for democracy so that every website is available in terms of information it is really important for.

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