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"senator maria elena" Discussed on KCRW

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03:56 min | 1 year ago

"senator maria elena" Discussed on KCRW

"KCRW. Here's what's happening at 6 30, California's moved to ditch the regional stay at home order came as a surprise for many officials said that data and science led to the change yesterday back to a tear based system, but some were still confused as to what that exactly meant. Today, California's Health and Human Services secretary, Dr Mark Galle gave some more clarity on the move. He says it all comes down to ICU projections. We know today's Cases become hospital cases in about two weeks. I see you cases 3 to 4 weeks later. So if we want to really determine what the impact is on where we're gonna be in the hospitals, we have to look about four weeks out. Charlie says the state used to set of formulas for the original restrictions. So they basically calculated how many new cases there are. Many of those people are expected to be in the hospital, and I see you and how many ICU beds there are in total. Today, the state reporting roughly 18,000 new covert 19 patients in the hospital, not new currently and more than 4300 of those are in the ICU. Well as the state remains in the grip of the covert pandemic. Not everyone is celebrating Governor Newsom's decision to end stay at home orders. A lot of people think that the pandemic is over and we will be getting back to normal. It's not anywhere near normal as any triumphal Cortez is the president of the California Nurses Association. She told KGO TV that even with infection rates trending downward, there will be a human cost toe lifting stay at home orders prematurely. Have been a nurse for 40 years, and I have never seen so many patients die health officials to say the decision was based on models that show capacity in those icy units. Rising above 15% program used to house Angelenos Experiencing homelessness may be expanded. City Council members nephew Rahman and Mike Bonnett introduced a motion today to build on Project Room Key. That program uses vacant hotel and motel rooms to House residents and the council members say funding for the expansion would come from FEMA. President Biden last week announced the agency would provide reimbursements for 100% of city expenses for programs like Project Room Key. Through September. Previously, FEMA only reimbursed 75% of the cost project room. Key has housed more than 6000 people since it was launched last March. The goal of the program was to protect unhealed Angelenos from covert 19 by housing them outside of congregate shelters. The next step. Is for the city Council to vote toe either approve or deny that motion. Of all California immigrants healthcare coverage. That was the message today from immigrants rights advocates. They're trying to convince Governor Newsome at the state can't afford to expand its Medicaid program to all unauthorized immigrants. Only Democratic Senator Maria Elena Durazo says she'll continue to make it a priority. $100 million is not going to break the budget. Of California. $100 million to save people's lives is really urgent, and we just have to keep pressing that issue with the governor. So far, Newsome's proposed budget does not set aside money to expand medical eligibility toe all California seniors. Regardless of immigration status. Health advocates say there's a dire need for the change in light of the heavy impact the pandemic has had on immigrant communities. It's 6 33. This is greater l A on KCRW, the show that connects you to the people and the places of Southern California and state to take us. One year ago today. This was the scene at Staples Center in downtown Los Angeles that morning, Thick Bank of fog. Helicopter had crashed into a hillside in.

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"senator maria elena" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

01:34 min | 1 year ago

"senator maria elena" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"Latino politicians have been campaigning around California to sell Governor Newsome on the idea of appointing a Latino as US senator. Latinos represent the plurality population of the State National Association of Latino Elected and appointed officials CEO Arturo Vargas says that's a pretty good reason for a Latino to fill. Kamila Harris a seat and the 170 year history of the State of California has never even know Latino or Latina Senator Democratic State Senator Maria Elena Durazo from L. A. Says there's a large pool of talent, you know, hold the police. Was he already? Secretary of Labor We have Javier Becerra mean there's so many. It's also been nearly 30 years since someone from Southern California How the U. S Senate seat Chris and Carl. Okay, if I knew people in California still have time to fix ballot mistake's California Voter Foundation President Kim Alexander says voters can cure their ballots until two days before county certify results and the county elections. Officers have tools on their website that help you, Chuck your about status. Then also, you can go on to their websites to download the form that you need to fill out and sign. Alexander says. Mistakes are typically non matching signatures or the lack of a signature, she says. There are thousands of ballots and Southern California with mistakes that need to be fixed, and the peach state has officially turned blue. Georgia has gone for Joe Biden following a hand recount of about five million ballots. Georgia Governor Brian Kemp says he certifies the results, which paves the way for the Trump campaign to pursue other legal options. In a separate recount if they choose. If President Trump asks for a recount, it would be done by machines from the Southern California Toyota dealers. Traffic.

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"senator maria elena" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

02:28 min | 1 year ago

"senator maria elena" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"170 year history of the State of California has never even know Latino or Latina Senator Democratic State Senator Maria Elena Durazo from L. A. Says there's a large pool of talent. You know how the police was here already. Secretary of Labor We have Javier Becerra mean there's so many. It's also been nearly 30 years since someone from Southern California How the U. S Senate seat Chris and Carl. Okay, fine news. Democratic congressional leaders are meeting for the first time in person with Joe Biden and Delaware. We're discussing lame duck session. The urgency. The urgency of question the virus and easing the pain of this economic crisis. Keep being government Open is a reference Turley the omnibus bill, House speaker, Nancy Pelosi says the house is ready if President Trump continues to refuse to concede the election, and I'll cooperate with the transition process. But Pelosi says she's not one to show her hand. President Trump has announced to final rules aimed at lowering prescription drug prices. The drug companies don't like me too much, but we had to do it. Trump says. The rules are the result of executive orders he signed in July. The first action will save American seniors billions of dollars by preventing Middlemen famous middlemen they call him. From ripping off Medicare patients with high prescription prices, he says. The other will transform the way the federal government pays for drugs, he says. Until now, Americans have often had to pay twice as much as other countries for the exact same drugs and a police dispatcher in Wisconsin's. His officers have respond to what they're calling a very active situation at a mall in suburban Milwaukee. There have been reports of shots fired police, cars, armored cars, ambulances and other first responders are all out there. So of course we will keep you updated. On that from the Southern California Toyota dealers Traffic Center. We make it easy car fire on the four or five in Lawndale for five Freeway stop outside of Inglewood Avenue, where everything is up with shoulder but causing a very heavy delays, starting back at the one of five in the north bound side, also pretty affected coming away from our artemisia. As you're making the right into south l, a north and south of the 1 10 of Florence Looks like that earlier crash cleared, But overall, the drive is going to be busy and between the 105 and one of one speaking of which one of one South is going to slow down, coming out of Sherman Oaks, from Van Nuys Boulevard to the 1 34, then pretty jammed up again from Hollywood Boulevard over to the 1 10 Freeway. Also have the right continues through Anna. Hi pills and anyone eastbound side in between Imperial and Gypsum Canyon began to Corona from just before Service Club on over to that McKinley and things get busy in the car home, past or fan site of the 15 Freeway from Ken would over cheap Leghorn. Okay. If I am this guy, help get you there Faster. I'm Jalen getting a little.

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"senator maria elena" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

04:29 min | 1 year ago

"senator maria elena" Discussed on KCRW

"This is going to get worse because we're going Maurin to a cold this season as we get through the fall and into the winter, With the holiday season going, we've got to do something different. We can't just let this happen. Speaking there on CNBC's The News with Shepard Smith. There have been more than 228,000 deaths in the U. S and vouch, he says. That number could rise by 100,000 if people don't wear masks. Trump Administration says it's sold the oil it sees from Iran and plans to use those proceeds to help victims of terrorism. The Justice Department has filed civil seizure court actions for Iranian oil and weapons intercepted by the U. S. As NPR's Michelle Kelemen reports. The Department of Justice says the U. S intercepted 1.1 million barrels of oil on the way from Iran to Venezuela, and that's already been sold. US envoy on both of those countries Elliott Abrams, Says the proceeds will now go to better use because it will provide relief for victims of terrorism rather than the perfect traders of Such act, so that is both. Poetic and tangible justice. The Trump Administration has also added more sanctions on Iran. Abrams says they're meant to build up leverage, which he hopes won't be discarded if President Trump loses theologian Michelle Kelemen. NPR NEWS Washington Asian markets are trading lower at this hour. The Asia Dow Down about 3/10 of a percent. The Nikkei, the main market in Japan is down about a quarter of a percent you Wall Street rather was hired by the clothes. You're listening to NPR news. Man, This is Casey ar W news. I'm Larry Perella to Thursday. October 29th. Here's what's happening at 5 32. Today is Latina equal payday. Lotina's earned just 54 cents for every dollar A white non Hispanic man makes Think of it this way. On average, a Latina must work all of last you Tina must work all of last year and all the way to today. The bank What a white male made in 2019. That wage gap was the subject of a virtual rally hosted by the California Legislative Caucus today, Patricia Lament of the Garment Workers Center says even though garment workers are deemed essential, their pay is unequal. Here. She is speaking through an interpreter. Women are paid and continue to be paid of her piece. And far less than what men tend to make wage that is found in most of the factories in Los Angeles with wages of 152 to 50 a week we have to pay rent, bills, food and child care. Earlier this year, a bill that would have guaranteed a minimum wage for government workers and held brands accountable passed the state Senate but died in the Assembly. State Senator Maria Elena Durazo, who introduced the bill says there's still a lot of work to do. The California Latino Caucus will work to ensure that Latinas are seen and valued for our worth. It's time to treat us with the dignity and the respect that we deserve. She says they hope to take up the issue in the state Assembly again this year. California's big theme park still are not allowed to re open, but the Orange County Register reports that Disney is preparing for the day. They can. Company has put in 23,000 health and safety measures at Disneyland and California Adventure Park. They include lots of health and safety signs around the park. Plexiglass barriers. Freestanding sinks in 1000 hands, sanitizing stations. Disneyland, California Adventure and other theme parks in the state closed in mid March. Amid the Corona virus outbreak, and so far, Governor Newsome hasn't budged in the state's decision to keep the parks closed until metrics approve improve. How's that University Northridge has a new chancellor. The school has tapped Erika Boeck, the current president of CSU Channel Islands for the top post. Becks leadership and knowledge of the Count State system, has drawn praise and are credited with landing her The new job There's Casey Ar w sterile saxman. A psychologist by trade pact has been at the helm of Channel Island since 2016. During that time, the Camarillo School appeared in national rankings of top public universities in 2019. It's for your graduation rate reached an all time high. Cal State Board of trustees cited that success as well as her knowledge of the CSU system and of California itself. And announcing her new role at the Northridge campus. Beck says her mission it see son will be the same as it was at Channel Islands to provide, which he calls equitable, affordable and transformative education to California students. Beck plans on starting the job in January around the same time.

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"senator maria elena" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

05:14 min | 2 years ago

"senator maria elena" Discussed on KCRW

"News live from NPR news in Washington I'm Jack Speer the Manhattan jury charged with reaching a verdict in the sex crimes trial of former Hollywood producer Harvey Weinstein resumes deliberations next week after indicating to the judge it is divided on one aspect of the case NPR's rose Friedman was in the courthouse at the very end of their fourth day of deliberations the jury sent a note to the judge requesting quote to understand if we can be hung on quote on one or both of the most serious charges in the case in response judge James Burke told them to keep trying to reach a unanimous verdict both charges are for predatory sexual assault or an assault on more than one person both rely on actress Annabella shura who says Weinstein raped her at her apartment in the winter of nineteen ninety three the first count combined shores story with that of near him Haley a former production assistant who wants teen is accused of forcing oral sex on in two thousand six the second count involves Jessica man who testified that Weinstein raped her at a hotel in twenty thirteen Weinstein denies all charges rose Friedman NPR news New York president trump held a mid day rally in Las Vegas today in a transparent effort to counter program the Democrats head of the Nevada caucuses this weekend here's NPR's arch my college Republicans have cancelled their caucuses so trump is not even on the ballot here in Nevada till the general election in November he spent most of his speech touting poll numbers and mocking the democratic presidential candidates the president did touch on the recent intelligence assessments that Russia is intending to help his reelection bid but only to suggest that it was a partisan hoax just information that's the only thing they're good at they're not good at anything else to get nothing done do nothing Democrat The Washington Post has reported that the intelligence community also alerted Vermont senator Bernie Sanders that Russia is trying to help his campaign Sanders said in a statement I don't care who Putin wants to be president he should stay out of American elections a small college NPR news Las Vegas the Democrats meanwhile are getting in some last minute campaigning ahead of tomorrow's caucuses in Nevada analysts will be comparing both voter turnout and performance the more recent face off to New Hampshire and Iowa can be V. holes an associate professor of communication at Boston University in says overall messaging and positioning will both be important a lot of folks have a lot of strong opinions about which of these candidates could actually go up against trump effectively but it also is a matter of what they want the Democratic Party QB who their standard bearer will be that'll be former representative the countries in the more recent contest with a population that is forty nine percent white twenty nine percent Latino and ten percent black a total of forty eight convention delegates both pledged and on pledge will be awarded their on a virus concerns weighed on Wall Street week send the Dow dropped two hundred and twenty seven points to close at twenty eight thousand nine ninety two the nasdaq fell a hundred and seventy four points this is NPR in this case the R. W. it's five oh four good evening I'm seated taken Sally assemblyman Miguel Santiago held a rally today in Boyle heights condemning recent ice actions here in California Santiago saying that an announcement that the trump administration will deploy elite tactical units to sanctuary cities including Los Angeles incited fear in his district just like it did in twenty sixteen when he first got elected they were resting and taking everybody away who's undocumented people to take their kids to school people here to go to the doctor to get basic medical care people here to go to work we shop families what were they didn't know if they see their siblings are the parents if they left the house on Chicago says it's important for undocumented people to remember the ice cannot coordinate with law enforcement in California to deport people unless they are wanted for a felony people are scared they think that as an ice agent knocks on their door standard for ten years and I see just off of the court that they have to open the door and we want to clarify that no you don't unless you have a judicial warrant out for your arrest you have to turn yourself in are you cannot lie you cannot misrepresent any facts that is against the law state senator Maria Elena Durazo former state senator Kevin de Leon and representative from the ACLU and the coalition for humane immigrant rights joints on the other with today's rally in Boyle heights players on the U. S. women's national soccer team are asking for more than sixty six million dollars in damages as part of a gender scrub discrimination lawsuit against the U. S. soccer federation those damages included in a bunch of paperwork filed in US District Court in LA last night it's KCRW's cherry Glazer players on the U. S. women's team say they're not paid anywhere close to what their male counterparts get even though the women's team has a more winning record consider that a player on the men's roster for all sixteen qualifying matches leading up to the last World Cup which the team failed to reach earned almost a hundred eighty thousand dollars a woman on the roster for last year's five World Cup qualifying matches was paid just fifty two grand U. S. soccer says that's because the women asked for a negotiated a different contract from the men one that includes things like guaranteed annual salaries health insurance and paid parental leave but a spokesperson for the women players says the federation told them equal pay was not an.

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"senator maria elena" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:27 min | 3 years ago

"senator maria elena" Discussed on KQED Radio

"And childcare centers these restrictions would cover about twenty five percent of the city's total area yesterday I talked about why homeless people set up camps where they do in Los Angeles with Robert Bruce ago he's part of a group of homeless people who live in LA's echo park why here first off why make camp here out of all the places you go now the same reason that citizens like you hear us homeless people here too it's safe it's clean it's nice it's a nice place to be and if you've heard about there is a proposal to restrict where people can camp in Los Angeles how would that affect you well that'll criminalize me again and just generally I don't think it's necessary and we would occupy that great area of echo park we try to please ourselves we try to clean up after ourselves and and we generally try to cooperate and be helpful to the neighbors so if you could and pitch your tent in or near a park and lots of other kinds of places in LA the direct impact on your life would be what. you would be awfully would mean that I couldn't do some of the things that I'm doing right now to get off the streets you know we like like part time work or going to some organizations like home self care that are helping me get off the streets you know when you take away a stability you take away no opportunity and then finally if you were offered a place to stay a place that was clean and livable would you take it verses being here right now right now right now yeah again that was Robert Bruce ago who's been living the last three months in a tent in LA's echo park turning to Sacramento a bill that would up in the gig economy California took a major step forward Tuesday K. greedy politics reporter Katie your tells us the state Senate has approved eighty five which limits which workers can be classified as contractors rather than employees under twenty eighteen state Supreme Court decision workers who perform core functions of a business must be classified as employees not contractors assembly bill five would codify that decision senator Maria Elena Durazo says for too long get companies like uber and lift have skirted labor laws and taking advantage of workers the so called gag companies present themselves as the innovative future of tomorrow a future where companies don't pay.

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"senator maria elena" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

01:39 min | 3 years ago

"senator maria elena" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"AM and your heart radio app. and I heard a radio station news ninety three point one KFBK and after one thirty I'm Dana has with your sob stories or state of California may soon allow more immigrants to hold public office the California inclusion act will look to allow immigrants regardless of status to be appointed to state boards and commissions senator Maria Elena Durazo as bill's author and says it's about inclusion let's include everybody just ten million immigrants in this state let's get everybody's point of view so we come up with the best rules and recommendations for loss bill went up for a vote in the assembly today before landing a governor Newsome's desk to sign president trump insisting that the southern border is being secured under his watch we are securing the border like it hasn't been before that is moving rapidly right now it's moving very rapidly setting with reporters at the White House from again accused Democrats of favoring open borders said dems must work with him to close loopholes and reform the immigration system and that you'll be glad to know winners been announced in the annual lobster roll eating contest at the Hampton beach seafood festival in New Hampshire fed officials say many Campbell of Middletown Connecticut dominated Saturday's contest by walking down twenty one lobster rolls contestants are given ten minutes to devour as many lobster rolls as they can the record of twenty four lobster rolls remains unbroken John Jeffries NBC news radio and now we're all hungry. news of a multi state investigation into Google's business practices cause text stop to tumble down Jones industrials closed up thirty eight points to twenty six eight thirty six nasdaq fell.

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"senator maria elena" Discussed on News Radio 690 KTSM

News Radio 690 KTSM

04:25 min | 3 years ago

"senator maria elena" Discussed on News Radio 690 KTSM

"Coverage to some undocumented adults Jim group report the phrase heard throughout the process of the bill which is now a law healthcare is a human rights healthcare is a right health care is a human right also heard a number of times undocumented Californians contribute over three billion dollars each year and state and local many Californians contribute over three billion dollars a year and state and local taxes yet they are denied access to the state programs those taxes help fund California has already provided state funded healthcare coverage to children through the age of eighteen and now with this new law signed by governor Gavin Newsom that coverage expands through age twenty five but only those whose income is low enough to qualify for the benefit there are some however who say the new law doesn't go far enough that all should be covered regardless of immigration status the governor says not right now all that would cost too much about three point four billion dollars the estimate is that covering qualifying adults ages nineteen to twenty six will cost taxpayers nearly a hundred million dollars democratic senator Maria Elena Durazo says at least undocumented seniors should be covered on documents seniors make up only thirty thousand in California UCLA study shows the number of undocumented seniors in California is roughly twenty five thousand and arouses office says that other five thousand was a result of a Senate and Alice's president trump last week criticized California's plan during a signing ceremony for the emergency supplemental appropriations for humanitarian assistance and security at the southern border act you look at what they're doing in California how they're treating people they don't treat their people as well as they treat illegal immigrants it's crazy what they're doing it's crazy supporters say it'll cost the state less to provide coverage before people go to the emergency room in California everyone can receive obstetrical any emergency care regardless of immigration status and that the entire state is healthier if the undocumented can get primary care there was no vocal opposition but some like Republican senator Jeff stone said in the past like California will now become a magnet that will attract people to the state for whom the state will willingly write a blank check democratic assembly member rob Bonta says however California was the first day to implement the affordable Care Act the first to ensure undocumented children this is the next step in our progression the law takes effect July of next year general Los Angeles it's been said diamonds are a girl's best friend and now Jan's losers says science has stepped up to give a big boost to what was once simply mined from the earth they've only been available commercially available for use in jewelry given the quality needed in jury for about five to seven years Kathryn money brilliant earth V. P. with show rooms in several major cities brilliant earth offers both earth mind and lab grown diamonds but money says lab grown diamonds are gaining in popularity especially with millennials because they are beautiful affordable and very important socially responsible as they do not require mining they have the same virus parklands inflation as a natural diamond and can't be distinguished by the naked eye from and natural diamond day do not require any mining and they offer great value when compared to a natural diamond with comparable characteristics they are more affordable and they're also drawn to the innovative technology lab created diamonds are groaning conditions that mimic how earth mined diamonds are created in the earth's crust both are carbon based with the same characteristics they are made of the same material so there's no difference in terms of wear and tear just like natural diamonds they're rated ten on the Mohs hardness scale and only can be scratched by another diamond money says lab grown diamonds can only be distinguished from natural diamonds by extensive scientific testing it uses specialized equipment and that's what enables you to detect the differences and trace elements in the crystal growth they can be distinguished by the naked eye even by a trained gemologist right now the demand for lab grown diamonds is bigger than the supply detractors wonder how long that will last for more information on earth mind and lab grown diamonds go to the website brilliant earth dot com chance losers San Francisco.

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"senator maria elena" Discussed on 850 WFTL

850 WFTL

02:20 min | 3 years ago

"senator maria elena" Discussed on 850 WFTL

"Back to America this week California has become the first state in the nation to offer health care coverage to some undocumented adults Jim group report the phrase heard throughout the process of the bill which is now a law healthcare is a human rights healthcare is a right health care is a human right also heard a number of times undocumented Californians contribute over three billion dollars each year and state and local many Californians contribute over three billion dollars a year and state and local taxes yet they are denied access to the state programs those taxes help fund California has already provided state funded healthcare coverage to children through the age of eighteen and now with this new law signed by governor Gavin Newsom that coverage expands through age twenty five but only those whose income is low enough to qualify for the benefit there are some however who say the new law doesn't go far enough that all should be covered regardless of immigration status the governor says not right now all that would cost too much about three point four billion dollars the estimate is that covering qualifying adults ages nineteen to twenty six will cost taxpayers nearly a hundred million dollars democratic senator Maria Elena Durazo says at least undocumented seniors should be covered on documents seniors make up only thirty thousand in California UCLA study shows the number of undocumented seniors in California is roughly twenty five thousand and arouses office says that other five thousand was result of a Senate and Alice's president trump last week criticized California's plan during a signing ceremony for the emergency supplemental appropriations for humanitarian assistance and security at the southern border act Hey look at what they're doing in California how they're treating people they don't treat their people as well as they treat illegal immigrants it's crazy what they're doing it's crazy supporters say it'll cost the state less to provide coverage before people go to the emergency room in California everyone can receive obstetrical any emergency care regardless of immigration status and that the entire state is healthier if the document can get primary care there was no vocal opposition but some like Republican senator Jeff stone said in the past like California will not become a magnet that will attract people to the state for whom the state will willingly write a blank check democratic assembly member rob Bonta says however California was the first state to implement the affordable Care Act the first to assure undocumented children this is the next step in our progression the law takes.

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"senator maria elena" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

02:49 min | 3 years ago

"senator maria elena" Discussed on KOMO

"For the benefit there are some however who say the new law doesn't go far enough that all should be covered regardless of immigration status the governor says not right now all that would cost too much about three point four billion dollars the estimate is that covering qualifying adults ages nineteen to twenty six will cost taxpayers nearly a hundred million dollars democratic senator Maria Elena Durazo says at least undocumented seniors should be covered on documents seniors make up only thirty thousand in California UCLA study shows the number of undocumented seniors in California is roughly twenty five thousand and arouses office says that other five thousand was a result of a Senate analysis president trump last week criticized California's plan during a signing ceremony for the emergency supplemental appropriations for humanitarian assistance and security at the southern border acting you look at what they're doing in California how they're treating people people as well as they treat illegal immigrants it's crazy what they're doing it's crazy supporters say it'll cost the state less to provide coverage before people go to the emergency room in California everyone can receive obstetrical any emergency care regardless of immigration status and that the entire state is healthier if the undocumented can get primary care there was no vocal opposition but some like Republican senator Jeff stone said in the past like California will now become a magnet that will attract people to the state for whom the state will willingly write a blank check democratic assembly member rob Bonta says however California was the first day to implement the affordable Care Act the first to assure undocumented children and this is the next step in our progression the law takes effect July of next year general plus Angelus nineteen till now federal reserve chairman Sharon Powell says the feds keeping a close eye on cross currents that could affect US economic growth Terry Moore reports how also used the word headwinds during a U. S. house hearing economic momentum appears to have slowed in some major foreign economies and that weakness could affect the US economy he included uncertainties about trade disputes Powell said the US economy has been performing fairly well this year with a healthy labor market the fed recently held interest rates steady but there's growing speculation about an upcoming rate cut meantime Powell said he is not going anywhere the law clearly gives me a four year term and I fully intend to service president trump has been very critical of Powell the man he chose to replace Janet Yellen as fed chief early last year how old was also pressed about Facebook's proposal to create digital currency with the so called libra coin lever raises many serious concerns regarding privacy money laundering consumer protection and financial stability he noted Facebook's sheer size and also expressed concerns about terrorist financing I'm Terry Moore on Capitol Hill it's eighteen until Jim Bohannon has some interesting and.

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"senator maria elena" Discussed on WBSM 1420

WBSM 1420

07:09 min | 3 years ago

"senator maria elena" Discussed on WBSM 1420

"The governor of California's about ready to sign a Bill that would provide health care benefits for some one hundred thousand illegal aliens here in California. And of course, the state can afford it, because the state is awash with money or at least that's what one of the democrat legislator, said, see this is a state that. Does not have a single Republican holes in office statewide not one. And Democrats, don't just enjoy a majority in the two chambers of the California legislature. They enjoy super majorities, therefore you get quotes like this one. From Senator Maria Elena, Deraza. Who according to the Associated Press scoffed at the idea that there was not enough money noting, quote, the state has a projected twenty one point five billion dollar budget surplus when we have, you know, a good budget, then what's the reason for not addressing it close, quote, Senator Deraza said. California's finances. If they were private business. We'll get the accountant thrown in jail. Forbes as this quote, the truth is, there is no revenue surplus, had by California state government. In fact, the state's long run obligations far exceed projected revenue collections to the tune of one trillion dollars in unfunded pension liabilities alone. When factoring in the cost of non pension benefits for state workers, such as health care for retired government employees, the debt facing California taxpayers rises even further. California policy center released a report in two thousand seventeen and it said this quote, combining California's debt with publicly held federal debt, we estimate that total debt to GDP ratio in California of one hundred twenty five percent that makes California compared to Portugal, and Italy. And then they didn't break down on what this means per person in California. Protects payer comes to thirty three thousand dollar debt per resident seventy four thousand dollar. Protect your net. Excludes their share a federal debt. Here's what four of set, quote, this massive, unfunded pension liability, which California taxpayers are on the hook for is something the state legislators in Sacramento continue to ignore acting as, though the problem will go away, on its own or more likely that the federal government will bail them out at the end of the day state and local, unfunded pension liabilities or pegged at five trillion dollars nationwide with California counting for about a fifth of that total. By the way, we have AG out here in California named savior, Xavier Becerra and every now and then a state will pass some law that ticks off the left wing politicians out here in California, and they will add a travel ban of that state. So now there are ten states, the California has has banned that it's employees and state sponsored travel. And those states are. Tennessee, South Carolina. Texas out the coda Oklahoma. North Carolina Mississippi. Kentucky album, Texas. Guess what? Over the past five years into this article in Forbes, California has lost about twenty six hundred people to South Carolina alone who took more than one hundred seventy five million dollars in annual income with them to that state. And during that last five years, California's experience a net loss of more than one hundred twenty one thousand people to the ten states that are on the ban list. And these X Californians have brought more than four billion dollars in annual income to the states that are included. And California's travel ban end of quote, Scott is in Minneapolis, Scott. Thank you very much for calling. I create it. Larry, scott. How are you? Great. I hear you now. Great. Thank you. You did a great job, providing facts, around, billing, alien employment in the US, and the few number of companies that have been signed, or prosecuted for that. I think the question now for you. And your listeners is why do you think they're so few companies, you know being held accountable for that. I think we can guess, but I'd love to think the answer is, I think it's pretty easy to say that you hired somebody had no idea. He was an illegal alien after all you present documents to me. And I don't know anything about documents and because e-verify is not mandatory. A lot of companies are arguing with a straight face. I didn't know one or all was here illegally. I supposed to know. At the C. So y'all. E-verify you hear about that, for, you know, years on what's, what's going on with that. What's going on is Donald Trump would like to make e-verify mandatory. It is not mandatory right now. But that's part of what Donald Trump wants to do. And if he had a cooperative congress, we would be able to get that done, but e-verify would make it mandatory that you check, everybody social security number out through a system and that way, we can more readily. Plug people identify people who are here illegally, using a fake social security number right now e-verify is not required. So people give fake social security number pay some money into the system, the money remains in the system. So there is some gained from that, but it does not at all offset the amount of money that we spend on a legal aliens for healthcare benefits for education benefits, and for the amount of crime committed by illegal aliens, Scott. Thank you very much for the call. I appreciate it. Ed is in New York, New York, Larry elder show. Hilarie. That sounds like New York will be following California pretty quickly, because New York it's almost a rule that you have believe here. Go to Florida this. Right. The point I wanted to make is fifteen percent. Constructions jobs are from illegal aliens, if you come into New York City, now, it's terrible and I'm working on the job now, this union worker, and I'm on a job that allow that what they call open shop job so non union and partially union. Mhm workers. There are just exploited illegal aliens. They were twenty dollars an hour. No benefits, no overtime, no health care. No, nothing. And so how these employers, hire these people with all fake information fill out. I nine form. Why aren't we you know why are we checking up on that ad? I I don't disagree with you. We ought to. And again, here's John Kerry two thousand eight saying, we need Jong border enforced, what happened to that guy. That's what happens. So I.

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"senator maria elena" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

08:52 min | 3 years ago

"senator maria elena" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

"The governor of California's about ready to sign a Bill that would provide health care benefits for some one hundred thousand illegal aliens here in California. And of course, the state can afford it, because the state is awash with money or at least that's what one of the democrat legislator, said, see this is a state that. Does not have a single Republican holes in office statewide not one. And Democrats, don't just enjoy a majority in the two chambers of the California legislature. They enjoy super majorities, therefore you get quotes like this one. From Senator Maria Elena, Deraza. Who according to the socio press scoffed at the idea that there was not enough money noting, quote, the state has a projected twenty one point five billion dollar budget surplus when we have, you know, a good budget. Then what's the reason for not addressing it calls? Quote, Senator Deraza said. California's finances. If they were a private business. We'll get the accountant thrown in jail. Forbes says this quote the truth is, there is no revenue surplus, had by California state government. In fact, the state's long run obliga- ships far exceed projected revenue collections to the tune of one trillion dollars in unfunded pension liabilities alone. When factoring in the cost of non pension benefits for state workers, such as health care for retired government employees, the debt face in California taxpayers rises even further. California policy center released report in two thousand seventeen and it said this quote, combining California's debt with publicly held federal debt, we estimate the total debt to GDP ratio in California of one hundred twenty five percent that makes California compared to Portugal and to Italy. And then they didn't break down on what this means per person in California protects payer comes to thirty three thousand dollar debt per resident seventy four thousand dollar protect your net. Excludes their share a federal debt. Here's what Forbes said quote, this massive, unfunded pension liability, which California taxpayers are on the hook for is something the state legislators in Sacramento continue to ignore acting as, though the problem will go away, on its own or more likely that the federal government will bail them out at the end of the day state and local, unfunded pension liabilities or pegged at five trillion dollars nationwide with California counting for about a fifth of that total. By the way, we have AG out here in California named savior, Xavier Becerra and every now and then a state will pass some law that ticks off the left wing politicians out here in California, and they will add a travel ban of that state. So now there are ten states, the California has banned that employees and state sponsored travel. And those states are. Tennessee, South Carolina, Texas, South Dakota, Oklahoma North Carolina Mississippi Kentucky, Alabama in Texas. Guess what? Over the past five years called into this article in Forbes, California has lost about twenty six hundred people to South Carolina alone who took more than one hundred seventy five million dollars in annual income with them to that state. And during that last five years, California's experience a net loss of more than one hundred twenty one thousand people to the ten states that are on the ban list. And these X Californians have brought more than four billion dollars in annual income to the states that are included. And California's travel ban end of quote, Scott is in Minneapolis, Scott. Thank you very much for calling, I predate it. I larry. How are you? Great. I hear you now. Great. Thank you. Hey, thanks. You did a great job, providing facts around illegal alien planet in the US, and the few number of companies that have been signed, or prosecuted for that. I think the question now for you and your listeners is I do you think there are so few companies being held accountable for that? I think we can guess, but I'd love to know what you think the answer is, I think it's pretty easy to say that you hired somebody had no idea. He was an illegal alien after all you presented. Documents to me. I don't know anything about documents and because e-verify is not mandatory a lot of companies are arguing with a straight face. I didn't know one or all was here illegally. I supposed to know. I see. I see. So. Yeah. So what's the story with e-verify you hear about that, for, you know, years on what's, what's going on with that? What's going on is don't Trump would like to make e verify mandatory. It is not mandatory right now. But that's part of what Donald Trump wants to do. And if he had a cooperative congress, we would be able to get that done, but e-verify would make it mandatory that you check, everybody social security number out through a system and that way, we can more readily. Plug people identify people who are here illegally, using a fake social security, number right now, e verify is not required. So people give fake social security number pay some money into the system, the money remains in the system. So there is some gained from that, but it does not at all offset the amount of money that we spend on a legal aliens for healthcare benefits for education benefits, and for the amount of crime committed by illegal aliens, Scott. Thank you very much for the call. I appreciate it. Ed. In New York, New York, Andrew in the Larry elder show. Larry sounds like New York following California, pretty quickly, because New York it's almost a rule that you have believe here. Go to Florida this. Right. The point I wanted to make is fifteen percent. Constructions jobs are from illegal aliens. Have you come into New York City now? It's, it's terrible and I'm working on the job. Now, I'm union worker, and I'm on a job that allowed that what they call open shop job. So. Nonunion partially union, nonunion workers. They're just exploited illegal aliens. They make twenty dollars an hour. No benefits, no overtime, no health care. No, nothing. And so how employers fire these people with. They fill out on nine form. Why aren't we, you know why are we checking up on that? Ed, I disagree with you. We ought to again. Here's John Kerry. Two thousand eight saying we need Tong border enforced, what happened to that guy. That's what happens laws. So I believe I. Today. Water. Genesee put it ends up visa. Against. Triple eight nine seven one eight I am Larry elder. Do not leave town. Call the Larry elder show now at eight eight nine seven one sage that's eight nine seven one seven two four three. That's our news on Peters in Washington. A helicopter crashed on the roof of rain, shrouded midtown Manhattan. Skyscraper Monday, killing the pilot identified by employers, Tim McCormick of fire chief, in upstate, Clinton, New York with fifteen years of experience flying helicopters, and single engine airplanes. Mccormick was certified as a flight instructor last year. According to Federal Aviation Administration records, the East Clinton volunteer fire department posted on Facebook that mccormick's technical knowledge and ability to command. An emergency where exceptional the nineteen year old helicopter was linked to a real estate company founded by Italian born investor Daniele Bodine, according to FAA records that helicopter went down about eleven minutes after taking off from a heliport along the East River a little more than a mile away, on Wall Street that up by seventy eight points that has that rose eighty one more details at SRI news dot com. This is John McCullough. All of you. I've been hearing all about my pillow and frankly, I was skeptical,.

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"senator maria elena" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

07:01 min | 3 years ago

"senator maria elena" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"The governor of California's about ready to sign a Bill that would provide health care benefits for some one hundred thousand illegal aliens here in California. And of course, the state can afford it, because the state is awash with money or at least that's what one of the democrat legislator, said, see this is a state that. Does not have a single Republican holes in office statewide not one. And Democrats, don't just enjoy a majority in the two chambers of the California legislature. They enjoy super majorities, therefore you get quotes like this one. From Senator Maria Elena, Deraza. Who according to the socio Chris scoffed at the idea that there was not enough money noting, quote, the state has a projected, twenty one point five billion dollar budget surplus when we have, you know, a good budget, then what's the reason for not addressing it close, quote, Senator Deraza said. California's finances. If they were a private business. We'll get the accountant thrown in jail. Forbes as this quote, the truth is there is no revenue surplus head by California state government. In fact, the state's long run all the Gatien's far exceed projected revenue collections to the tune of one trillion dollars in unfunded pension liabilities alone. When factoring in the cost of non pension benefits for state workers, such as health care for retired government employees, the debt facing California taxpayers rises even further. California policy center released a report in two thousand seventeen and it said this quote, combining California's debt with publicly held federal debt, we estimate the total debt to GDP ratio and California of one hundred twenty five percent that makes California compare to Portugal and Italy. And then they didn't break down on what this means per person in California. Protects payer comes to thirty three thousand dollar debt per resident seventy four thousand dollar protect your net. Excludes their share of federal debt. Here's what Forbes said quote, this massive, unfunded pension liability, which California taxpayers are on the hook for is something the state legislators in Sacramento continue to ignore acting as, though the problem will go away, on its own or more likely that the federal government will bail them out at the end of the day state and local, unfunded pension liabilities or pig at five trillion dollars nationwide. With California counting for about a fifth of that total. By the way, we have AG out here in California named savior, Xavier Becerra and every now and then a state will pass some law that ticks off the left wing politicians out here in California, and they will add a travel ban of that state. So now there are ten states, the California has banned that employees and state sponsored travel. And those states are. Tennessee, South Carolina, Texas, South Dakota, Oklahoma North Carolina Mississippi Kentucky Alabama, Texas. Guess what? Over the past five years, quote into this article. In Forbes, California's lost about twenty six hundred people to South Carolina alone, who took more than one hundred seventy five million dollars in annual income with them to that state. And during that last five years, California's experience a net loss of more than one hundred twenty one thousand people to the ten states that are on the banned list. And these X Californians have brought more than four billion dollars in annual income to the states that are included in California's travel ban in of quote, Scott is in Minneapolis, Scott. Thank you very much for calling, I sheet it. I larry. How are you? Great. I hear you now. Great. Thank you. Hey, thanks. You did a great job of providing facts around. Illegal alien in the US and few number of companies that have been signed, or prosecuted for that. I think the question now for you. And your listeners is why do you think they're still few companies? Being held accountable for that. I think we can guess, but I'd love to think the answer is, I think it's pretty easy to say that you hired somebody had no idea. He was an illegal alien after all you presented. Documents to me. I don't know anything about documents and because e-verify is not mandatory a lot of companies are arguing with a straight face. I wanna roll was here illegally. I supposed to know. I see. I see. So. Yes. So what's the story with either? If I hear about that for, you know, years on what's, what's going on with that. What's going on is don't Trump would like to make e verify mandatory. It is not mandatory right now. But that's part of what Donald Trump wants to do. And if he had a cooperative congress, we would presumably be able to get that done, but e-verify would make it mandatory that you check, everybody social security number out through a system and that way, we can more readily. Plug people identify people who are here illegally using a fake social security number right now. E-verify is not required. So people could give fake social security number. Pay some money into the system, the money remains in the system. So there is some gain from that, but it does not it all offset the amount of money that we spend on illegal aliens for healthcare benefits for education benefits, and for the amount of crime committed by illegal aliens, Scott, thank you very much for the call. Appreciate it. Ed is in New York, New York. Adrian, the Larry elder show. Cryptic. Okay. Larry sounds like New York will be following California pretty quickly, because New York it's almost a rule that you have believe here. Go to Florida this. Right. The point I wanted to make is fifteen Pacific constructions jobs are from illegal aliens, if you come into New York City now. It's terrible. And I'm working on the job now union worker, and I'm on a job, that allow what they call open shop job so partially non union and partially union, nonunion workers, there just exploited illegal aliens. They twenty dollars an hour. No benefits, no overtime, no health care. No, nothing. And so how these employers, hire these people with fake information they fill out. I nine form. Why aren't we? You know why are we checking up on that? I don't disagree with you. We ought to again. Here's John Kerry. Two thousand eight saying we need Jong border enforced, what happened to that guy..

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"senator maria elena" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

01:44 min | 3 years ago

"senator maria elena" Discussed on KGO 810

"A body has been found at fort Funston in San Francisco nine thirty at K G O, I'm Brett burkhart. The body was discovered in an area where a woman vanished after a cliff collapse in February Kyra Scarlett was climbing a cliff with another woman and a dog when it collapsed rescue crews were unable to find her. The other woman dog survived the identity of the body found this morning at fort Funston has not been identified. And he's state police say Paul Schatz while had been on life support and slipped into a coma after he was shot in the head and the early morning hours of March fifteenth at his home, she was a well known and well like principal at the Pittsburgh, adult education centre. Prosecutors believe his thirty nine year old wife Mary days, shot her husband with a handgun after an argument. She has been charged with one count of attempted murder with special enhancements. However now that she has well died on Sunday. Investigators say they will seek murder charges against her. She remains in custody and more than two billion dollars bail. Terry rouse reports. It's Pittsburgh's first homicide of the year. A proposed law at the state capital will give undocumented immigrants healthcare insurance. Jim Roope reports. The idea has passed its first committee Senate Bill twenty nine would extend health benefits through medical the state's version of Medicare to more than a million undocumented immigrants one argument from the bill's author democratic Senator Maria Elena Garozzo is at such a law would save taxpayers money because without insurance for preventative healthcare, the undocumented wind up in emergency rooms, which costs more. We're pushing them to the emergency room. Senator Jeff stone says there are not enough doctors in the medical system to provide care, and there's already not enough money to fund school, the homeless veterans and seniors program my mind, those have the priority. Bill now goes to appropriations Jim Roope, Los Angeles..

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"senator maria elena" Discussed on WJR 760

WJR 760

04:06 min | 3 years ago

"senator maria elena" Discussed on WJR 760

"Thirty seven degrees and sunshine at noon. Good afternoon everyone. I'm Marie Osborne. The Republican chairman of the Senate Judiciary committee says he wants attorney general William bar to appear before his panel to discuss the special counsel's report on the Russia investigation. And he wants the report made public Lindsey Graham tells reporters he also wants to open a new investigation into the origins of Robert Muller's investigation, but President Trump should be moving on to the president. Is it one? I don't need your advice about what I should do. I'm going to look at the Fayza peace process. Process. I'm going to do it working with Democrats hope in if I were you Mr President I would. I would focus on what's next for the country a federal bump stock ban. Takes effect today bump stocks are attachments. That modify semiautomatic rifles to allow them to fire continuously with one pulled the trigger effectively turning them into automatic weapons. The US Justice department issued a rule banning the devices December it said existing bans on fully automatic weapons. Also covered bump stocks owners were given ninety days to turn in or destroy them. Here's correspondent Christopher crews bump stocks came under scrutiny after a massacre in October twenty seventeen in Las Vegas. Fifty eight people were killed hundreds wounded when a man opened fire from his hotel suite into the crowd at an outdoor concert using rifles fitted with bump stocks soon after the shooting, President Trump promised to outlaw bump stocks, but some lawmakers on gun lobbyists resisted making passage of new legislation unlikely that made a regulatory change the only way to ban the devices the rule defines. Bump stocks as machine guns civilian possession of such fully automatic weapons was outlawed in one thousand nine hundred eighty six except for those already lawfully owned. There is no such grandfather clause for bump stocks because they weren't manufactured until well after the law went into effect. I'm Christopher crews a controversial Bill in the California legislature has passed out of its first committee hearing the Bill would provide healthcare coverage to more than a million undocumented immigrants Republican Senator Jeff stone. Who's also a pharmacist opposes the Bill. He says, though, if money in the supply of doctors were limitless he would support it by including this population. We are going to be adding a significant number of people to the medical roles significant expense bill's author democratic Senator Maria Elena Durazo says the Bill would save money because it would move the undocumented away from emergency room services, which are more costly. We are already pain. If passed governor Gavin Newsom has indicated he will sign it. Jim Roope, Los Angeles. WJR news time, twelve oh. Three orientation chips. Supervisor Chris Barnett has been sentenced to twelve months probation after being cited for impaired driving on January twelfth Barnett publicly apologized for the incident and said he was receiving counseling for the problem. State. Police say a Lincoln park motorist was shot and killed always trailing. I seventy five near the Rouge bridge over the weekend. No one's in custody. In the case police say the man was shot by another driver in another car while the two cars are going. Southbound a nice five near Livernois at three thirty in the morning on Saturday. A pittsburgh. Couple had come to Detroit. Earlier this month to see a show at the Detroit opera house and before their visit was over the husband ended up in handcuffs. Fifty one year old car emotionally and his Forty-one-year-old wipe Chelsea Wagner facing charges of disorderly conduct. And resisting police it started. When Moseley became shut. He did not have a room key and hotel, we're not allow him back up to the room room been registered to his wife who has a different last name. Please. Took him upstairs where Wagner confirmed emotionally was her husband. But the hotel was kicking Moseley out because of the fussy had caused as police were taking away the white began shoving police, and she was also arrested. Gene, Fogel, WJR news. WJR news time twelve four. We'll update Dros. No doing it. Right means getting more bang for your buck because putting more towards your bottom line is good.

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"senator maria elena" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

02:24 min | 3 years ago

"senator maria elena" Discussed on KGO 810

"A controversial health care proposal that the state capital has also passed out of its first committee. The Bill would provide health care coverage to more than a million undocumented immigrants Republican Senator Jeff stone. Who's also a pharmacist opposes the Bill. He says, though, if money in the supply of doctors were limitless he would support it by including this population. We are going to be adding a significant number of people to the medical roles at significant expense bill's author democratic Senator Maria Elena Durazo says the Bill would save money because it would move the undocumented away from emergency room services, which are more costly. We are already pain. If passed governor Gavin Newsom has indicated he will sign it. Jim Roope, Los Angeles, hop members of congress are offering their take on the summarized conclusions of special counsel, Robert Muller's Russia investigation. Correspondent Linda Kenyon has the story in a letter to select congressional leaders attorney general William Barr writes, the special counsel's investigation did not find that the Trump campaign or anyone associated with it conspired. Or coordinated with Russia in its efforts to influence the two thousand sixteen US presidential election, President Trump's response. No collusion. No obstruction. And this was a complete exoneration that House Judiciary committee, chairman Jerrold Nadler had a different take. This report does not amount to a so-called. Total exoneration Nadler says the report leaves open the question of obstruction of Justice. Linda Kenyon, Washington. It looks like he's not actually retiring at least not yet. There had been widely publicized announcements that rocker Paul Simon was retiring. But now we have word that he will head back to San Francisco or the outside lands music festival in August the Golden Gate park. Simon will close out the festival on Sunday, August eleventh, and we'll donate. The proceeds from his performance to a local environmental nonprofit organization. Simon is reportedly heading back to stage to promote sustainability, although early sale tickets for the festival have already sold out general sale. Tickets will go on sale soon. Incidents and accidents. We've been watching your commute this morning, and we are slow on six eighty in the East Bay Mark Nieto will join us with an update in sixty seconds on K G O eight ten when news happens.

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"senator maria elena" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

01:56 min | 3 years ago

"senator maria elena" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"Sacramento. And from education to healthcare water to homelessness. Governor Newsom laid out an ambitious set of priorities today in his first state of the state address lawmakers on both sides of the political spectrum said, they found things they liken the speech. There was a push back when the governor's singled out one valley town for not doing enough about affordable housing some cities are not complying with housing goals. He singled out wheat land in Yuba county by name assemblyman, James Gallagher, represents that area coin wheat, a small town in my district and saying we're going to go after you. I don't think that's constructive to like helping us build more houses in this state on water. The governor says he does not support twin tunnels, but he does support a single tunnel. Senate pro tem Toni Atkins says it's a new approach to a continuing challenge. Position onto always been. I want to understand the cost factor involved in this at the same time. We're also respecting the communities and protecting the environmental piece of major initiatives were mentioned only in passing like paid family. Leave universal preschool and the grown of the day reimagining the DMV. At the state capital. John Brennan, Z NewsRadio K K. And speaking of that, don't worry if you're renewed your driver's license recently, and it has not arrived. The DMV has acknowledged that about one hundred fifty thousand Californians didn't get their licenses because of a computer glitch, this goes back as far as timber when people renewed online or by mail, the DMV is alerted police. So if you do get pulled over in your licenses expired, it shouldn't be ticketed. New licenses will be arriving they say in the next couple of weeks. Lawmakers listening to the most important voices when it comes to domestic violence against among teens. And that's of course, the teens themselves. A crowd of orange gathered around the steps of the state capital day for this year's orange day rally to prevent teen domestic violence dates Senator Maria Elena Durazo made it loud and clear her opinion on domestic violence consent is mandatory that's the law one point five million high school students.

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