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"senator tom berryhill" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

03:12 min | 3 months ago

"senator tom berryhill" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"Media person with ease. Joe Michael. Every time with Christopher Rivet wasn't your frog name Christopher Ribbit and you know now that he is going on to the next realm, Senator Barry will know the one thing that no one has ever ever gotten out of me. And that's why I named it, Christopher Ribbit, and that secret shall stay for right now. Between the late senator and I Okay, I'm sure he's enjoying it wherever he would be. And finally, a thought from Assemblyman Frank Bigelow was also involved in the Capitol frog jump. In fact, Assemblyman Bigelow has taken over emceeing duties from Senator Berryhill, and he pretty much sums up the late Senator Tom was the kind of man who Whether you were just somebody helping sweep the floor, mopped the floor to the person who was doing the most detailed of work on a legislative peace. Everybody was treated the same way he always had a friendly smile. And he was always had a way of bringing people together and seeing the good Senator Tom Berryhill truly one of a kind on one who will be miss. Well, you know, I mean, it's a great thing. You know when you're listening to them, and they're talking about? Well, I wasn't Ah, got lost in the sound bites there. But, you know, I wasn't really interested in a frog jumping is we're in this in this situation deficit or whatever, and he just talked me into it. You know, there's just so much to be said, and I think it is overlooked, and I think it's a really major problem, and I think it's something that is completely overlooked. Is that In a while A frog jumping contests may not have any significance. It's not going to. It's not going to do anything for our state in terms of overcoming a deficit or You know whatever. When other the strife are going through, But dog gone. It When you find a man like this senator Burial who? Khun Bring sides together and make them laugh and take a time out from all the nonsense and be human to one another to go. Okay, That is a big deal. Even if it's a temporary thing in a situation where you have to be civil to one another and have a sense of humor. I think it could go a long way, and I think that that's the kind of thing you know. Reaching out and being civil to the other side has We've kind of lost that ordered. So when I hear the guy being, you know, salt of the earth and all of this. What? What? Ah, talent, He had to be able to bring those people together. Something like a frog jumping contest. He really did. And you know, we lose sight of that pat, particularly in the charged environment that we live in right now between the Conservatives and the liberals and one of the things that I remember and I can't remember which legislator over the course of the year's said this to me, But he said Joe what people don't realize and this was a few years back, and I don't know if the percentage has changed, he said. The Democrats and Republicans typically agree on 70 to 75% of the stuff that comes through here. But you never hear about that. It's the 20 to 30% of the stuff that they're on opposite sides about that were fighting about that makes the news.

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"senator tom berryhill" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

06:32 min | 3 months ago

"senator tom berryhill" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"Downtown from a couple of nights ago in the Pat Wall Show on Facebook. You have the power Walsh. Oh, I tell you, the thing's gone viral. It's quite an amazing Ah, ah, set of photographs and she's put up there. You know, our last caller. I think it was Matthew. If not, I apologize to our last caller. But He was talking about seeing now kids lately during this there. Closer to home, so they're out playing more, and he's seeing kids out playing on bikes and everything and doing the things like kind of like what we used to Dio and it made me think about. I don't know how long Joe Michael's in studio has got a story for us is going to do here. It had to be. Four years ago. Something like that. Maybe something like 34 years. I think four years anyhow, one of the fun things I look forward to every year that I don't get to do this year. But I have looked forward to it for like the last four years is going to the Fair Oaks Theater Festival, and I get to be with a wonderful productions of love the place in old town Barrows. And I get to do these walk on parts every year in one of the places I get to go out and do a little bit in the play, you know, and it's always fun. But it is about four years ago, I went over to do the play, and I noticed all of these people. It reminded me of Like Halloween night. Call these people in the neighborhood or walking around and I remember thinking what the heck is going on? I haven't seen this in a long time where people is not walking around at night. You know what it was? What? What was happening about four years ago. Where people were walking around at night. Was it where they were doing that game him on, Go. That's my going to say that hot candle Pokemon go! I do. It was like the hottest thing in the world. It was happening. For some reason. I never even understood it to this day. I don't even know what the heck it was. Do you remember here, but but it got people out of their homes in in what it? It's funny because it's ironic is all these people out of their homes. Walking around having a good time like they have not been doing most them looking down into devices but still out about, you know. And I wonder what I think That game kind of fizzled is quickly is it is it you know is it exploited first onto the scene, you know, I mean, I think it's just finally just don't wander off. Anyone's doing that anymore. The Pokemon go. I'm not sure No, I wasn't. But any I just memories and just remember this. So what do you What's up with you, My friend? Well, you know what? One of the things that we didn't do this year in 2020 was the capital frog jump. Yeah. And of course, even the caliber is Connie Jumping frog Jubilee postponed and you know that's funny frogs getting over first to draw the line for sure. But some sad news over the weekend Pat was actually getting my oil changed when I found out And you know, you have five guys stand around working on your car, and suddenly you just need to take a minute to walk away. I'm like I just I just need a minute because I learned that well loved state Senator Tom Berryhill. Oh, yeah, the Republican who represented California's eighth district from 2010 to 2018. Passed away over the weekend. The official cause of death not yet revealed. They announced it during the Senate session over the weekend. And what's really something about this was Senator Berryhill was somebody Everybody liked Senator Berryhill. You know, there are people in the world. But you just can't help but like, right, right, And I like you, Joe. Well, thank you. Sure. I said this morning that I wanted to a story on this. And when I reached out and the words start getting on, I had so many people. Responding over the capital and wanting to say something former legislators current lawmakers should and you know so many positive things. For example, Andreas Borg GIs who now holds the seat. The Senator Berryhill turned out of a couple of years ago. He remembers the man who mentored him for the job. Mom taught me you're going to disagree with a lot of folks in Sacramento. When you become a senator. In fact, you'll probably disagree with your own caucus a lot of times. Your job is going to always be looking for that common ground. And Senator Berryhill is a master of finding common ground. And if you don't believe me, just ask former Republican leader Bob Huff. It was amazing. I've never really quite anything like it. Tom always wanted to get to. Yes, he finds pretty pragmatic reasons why I couldn't get there. But it was just like this that they could get there. He is just amazing guy. That way. I talked with former centre Anthony Canela. He shared a desk with Berryhill of the capital, and, in fact, a condominium here in Sacramento with a man who was popular with lawmakers and Californians from both sides of the aisle. He was never strategizing rolled somebody There was never any malice. I think people saw him and understood that what you see Is what you get. He was just a friend. All everybody like Tom Burial. Democrat Toni Atkins worked with Senator Berryhill for years. She, of course, now leads the state Senate, and Atkins remembers. The Modesto based businessman is someone who had a heart for California and its people. I always found him to be one of the most diligent and thoughtful. Individuals in representing not only his constituents, but being part of this body. He loved the Legislature. He had a great respect for it. Former Republican leader Gene Fuller remember Senator Berryhill is a man who put his whole heart into his work. Tom was a great example of someone who could work with all sides who everyone liked that He worked very hard all the time for his district. How wonderfully refreshing to hear Joe both sides of the aisle talking Very sweetly about this and positively about this gentleman. And there was a day pat. When you know the Democrats and the Republicans. They go at it during session, and they go at it hard and fierce, But when it was over, it was over. And you know, you came down to a point where you give a little here, give a little there and you come to an agreement. And you know if you remember the late Senator Claire Berryhill is Tom's father, Senator Jim Nielsen worked with him and with Tom's brother, former someone with Bill Berry Hill. And while Senator Neilsen told me today, the fruit didn't fall far from the tree were meaning..

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"senator tom berryhill" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

05:21 min | 3 months ago

"senator tom berryhill" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"I mean zoom has become a necessary component of anyone's pandemic plan. So They continue to do well. The market overall continues to do well as a matter of fact, if you look at some of the epicenter stocks, those were the ones that did well in the month of August, which was wrapped up today, the Dow and S and P just had their best August. Since the mid 19 eighties, the NASDAQ jumped nearly 10% in the month. It's best monthly performance overall, a positive August. What does that mean? Going into September and October? Ahead of a contentious election. Also today, of course, the Dow was changed over with three stocks in three stocks out and Apple. Uh not as impactful as it was on Friday because they did a four for one stock split. And the Dow is a price weighted average. So apple means a little bit less. In the Dow's calculus. Let's check the final numbers. Dow is down to 23 at 28 4 30, but the NASDAQ up 80 11 7 75, the S and P down seven points or 2/10 of 1%, but gold was up slightly futures down a little bit. Our 10 year bond Yield 100.71 Alright, 6 22 Now Californians today mourning the loss of a well loved state senator who passed away over the weekend at the age of 67 Kate. The case, Joe Michaels is live in studio with more kitty. The sad news coming Saturday, Republican Senator Tom Berryhill, who represented California's eighth Senate district, from 2010 to 2018 passing away His official cause of death. Not yet revealed the news announced during Senate session over the weekend, where he was remembered by colleagues from both sides of the aisle, including Andreas Borg. GIs who now holds the seat Senator Berryhill termed out of two years ago tearing up a city remembers the man who mentored him for the job. Tom taught me you're going to disagree with a lot of folks in Sacramento. When you become a senator. In fact, you'll probably disagree with your own caucus a lot of times Your job is going to always be looking for that common ground. Senator Jim Nielsen worked with the late Senator Claire Berryhill, Tom's father, and with Tom's brother, former Assemblyman Bill Berryhill, Senator Nielsen saying the fruit didn't fall far from the tree. What I'm meaning it's beyond the farm, just salt of the Earth, good human beings. Caring, responsible, very convicted good values and values that they would fight for profoundly strong But in friendly and an honest and forthright upright ways, Senator Berryhill was among those who supported raising the legal age to buy tobacco from 18 to 21. He also advocated for an unsuccessful effort to create a four day work week. The California Workplace Flexibility Act of 2013. What bill basically does is just simply state that if the employees come to a willing employer Her and want to spend a little bit more time with their families and want to do either three twelves or 4 10 hour days that they're able to negotiate that former Republican leader Gene Fuller remember Senator Berryhill is a man who put his whole heart into his work. Tom was a great example of someone who could work with all sides who everyone liked that he worked very hard all the time for his district Democrat Toni Atkins worked with Senator Berryhill for years now the leader of the state Senate. Atkins remembers the Modesto based businessman as One who had a heart for California and its people. I always found him to be one of the most diligent and thoughtful individuals in representing not only his constituents. Being part of this body. He loved the Legislature. He had a great respect for it, and his Senate Republican leader Shannon Grove, will tell you, Senator Berryhill was also about building rapport with others. I met Senator Berryhill when I was in the Assembly because he personally came over and asked me to participate in his frog jumping contest. New York's treated every year and I When I first came into the Assembly, I was not interested in a frog jumping contests because we were several billion dollars in debt. It was atrocious. And he said, Come on, Grover. This is where you guys can get to know each other and build relationships and all you gotta do is go out name a frog, and hopefully your frog will win, And so I took him up on it. And I just appreciate that He had that attitude that we can all have differences in policy. We cannot disagree on what we think is best for California. But at the end of the day, Senator Berryhill wanted to make sure that relationships were stronger than the policy disagreements and Kitty When I put out the word this morning that I wanted to do a tribute Senator Berryhill had so many people reaching out that we couldn't get everybody into each segment, so we'll touch on this a little more next hour on the Pat Wall show, including an inside look at Senator Berryhill. And just how excited he got aboutthe. Well known capital Frog Jump, join us, Okay. Thank you, Joe. Michael's there, And still, the count will help you pay your bills Next chance to $1000 coming up. Congratulations to our latest winners. Kim Morgan, a Citrus Heights Have Phillips of Sacramento. Fantastic. I listen to it a zoo much as I am in the vehicle, So I do participate in the contest of every time it comes on that I'm in there. I have bills to pay and kind of come in very handy right now. Sounds great. Thank you so much. 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"senator tom berryhill" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

03:36 min | 3 months ago

"senator tom berryhill" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"I'll drop box location. One of the Camp Pendleton Marines killed when an amphibious assault vehicle sank off the San Diego coast is now resting in peace at the Riverside National Cemetery. 18 Year old private first class Brian Belt era of Corona was buried yesterday. A go fund me page has been set up to help pay for the cost of the funeral. Eight Marines and a Navy seal. Er. Excuse me. A Navy sailor died last month. After the amphibious vehicles started taking on water after pushing off from San Clemente Island Balti Eras family says he died one year to the day after he enlisted Flowers, candles and condolence cards marked the spot in South L. A Lamarque park, where a candlelight vigil was held last night to honor Chadwick Boseman, who died of colon cancer on Friday. A 40 year old Bozeman was beloved for his betrayals of the superhero from Black Panther and Rhea Life heroes, including Jackie Robinson and third er, the Thurgood Marshall. FEMA administrator Pierre Gainer says the damage from Hurricane Laura is bad, especially in Louisiana on CNN's state of the union Inner said Getting water and power turned back on are the two big issues at hand on the subject of climate change, and our conceded that hurricanes are becoming more frequent and deadly. Former California state Senator Tom Berryhill has died. He was a former Republican California senator and Assemblyman Berry Hill was a farmer and small business owner. He was diagnosed with Parkinson's disease. Parkinson's disease in 2018 Berryhill died just two days after his 67th birthday. One person was shot and killed last last night in Portland during a clash between black lives matter, protests and counter protestors. It's not clear if it's connected to the fights that broke out earlier as a caravan of about 600 vehicles were confronted by protesters in the city's downtown Portland has been the site of violent and TIFA led protests since the police killing of George Floyd in Minneapolis. And a Central Valley poultry packing plant that was supposed to close yesterday due to deadly Covad. 19 outbreak will stay open for another three days. Somerset County Department of Public Health says eight employees have died and at least another 358 have been infected at the foster Farms Chicken processing facility in Livingston and a revised statement. The county DPH says the plant will shut down Tuesday evening for deep planing that will continue. Through the following Monday. Foster Farms will also do more covert testing among the staff. Space X launch scheduled for this morning has been cancelled. The weather isn't good enough for the launch Space X says the next opportunity will come up Tuesday morning at 6:29 A.m.. A second launch for today is still scheduled for 4 18 this afternoon. There's only a 40% chance the weather will be good enough for lift off and Facebook fesses up to making a mistake. The social media giant CEO says Facebook made a mistake in not removing a militia groups page earlier this week that called for armed civilians to go to Kenosha, Wisconsin, in response to violent protests following the police shooting of Jacob Blake, Mark Zuckerberg says the page put up by the Kenosha guard violated the social media sites policies and had been flagged by a bunch of people. Facebook took down the page Wednesday after a 17 year old allegedly killed two people and wounded a third. Zuckerberg said Facebook hasn't found any evidence the teenager was aware of that. Oh, no, she guard Page Aimee King Ko Phi News. And trouble on the 2 10 in Rancho Cucamonga. He's found side at Milken. Solo car Crash.

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"senator tom berryhill" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

03:59 min | 3 months ago

"senator tom berryhill" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"Are listening to Jesus Christ Show to ask your question. Dal 805 to 01534 your own person know there's a lot of Formacion out there. None of it is allowed here. F i n k o t h d to Los Angeles, Orange County live everywhere on the radio and I'm Claude. Its defining in live from the CAF. I 24 hour news room. Former California state Senator Tom Berryhill has died. He was a former Republican California senator and Assemblyman Berryhill was a farmer and small business owner. He was diagnosed with Parkinson's disease in 2018 very help. Use me Barry. He'll die. Just two days after his 67th birthday. Former L A news anchor Jeff Michael is suing KCBS TV. Michael has filed a breach of contract and employment discrimination lawsuit against the station. The lawsuit says KCBS TV breached his agreement and discriminated against him. Michael Co anchors with Sandra Mitchell and Sharon today and meteorologist Garth Camp. We're all let go last May as a part of newsroom layoffs. A man has been shot and killed during protest Ng in Portland. The shooting happened just after nine last night. Governor Newsome says the number of new Corona virus cases in California is slowing, prompting him to announce a new plan to re open the state's economy in schools. New rules create a 40 year color coded system that counties will move through. Based on their number of cases and percentage of positive tests. The new system appears to roll Orange County, which was just taken off the statewide watchlist a week ago back onto a list of counties with wide spread infections. Nearly 40 Children have been rescued from a child sex trafficking ring. 39 missing Children has just been found in Georgia during a two week effort by U. S marshals operation. Not for gotten led to nine arrests and charges including sex trafficking, parental kidnapping, registered sex offender violations and drug and weapons possession. The Children range in age from 3 to 17. The FBI says a child goes missing in the U. S every 40 seconds, accounting for 765,000 missing Children a year. Danny Mac's Ko Phi News. Space X launch scheduled for this morning has been cancelled, though weather wasn't good enough for the launch Space X says the next opportunity comes up Tuesday morning at 6:29 A.m.. A second launch for today is still scheduled for 4 18 this afternoon. There's only a 40% chance that the weather will allow it. N BA playoff basketball is back following days of protests from players over the recent police shooting of Jacob Lake in Kenosha, Wisconsin. LeBron James and Anthony Davis combined for 79 points is the Lakers won their Siri's four games to one against the Blazers. The Lakers 131 to 120 to victory allows them to advance to the Western Conference semifinals. The Clippers holding 3 to 2 Siri's advantage on Dallas. Those two teams will tip off at 12 30 today. And hang town could become another victim of cancel culture. Protesters have gathered in plaster Ville east of Sacramento to try to get the city to abolish the town's nickname. Hang Town. Several people line Main Street last night outside the Eldorado County Courthouse. The Hang Town nickname refers to the California Gold Rush era and the town's history of hangings. Counter. Protesters turned out to saying they want the name to stay in place. Last surveil Police were on hand to keep the two sides apart, and the demonstration remained peaceful. Aimee King Ko Phi News. And more on that crash.

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"senator tom berryhill" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

02:41 min | 2 years ago

"senator tom berryhill" Discussed on KCBS All News

"School on AC transit buses Oakland unified does not provide a bus service directly. So hopefully unified does not have school buses. So the partnership with a C allows a c to be able to expand their bus services to include incorporate Oakland students this school district says they no longer have adequate funding to provide the service so Skinner says the state legislature step. Kept up. We want to make sure that our Oakland students still had the bus available to them at the time that they needed to get to and from school the money runs through the twenty nineteen to twenty twenty school year. Skinner says both ACN Oakland schools each have their own financial problems. So the goal over the next year is to come up with a more permanent solution to keep the service in place in Oakland. Carrie hodousek. KCBS a fundraising campaign is under way to save a really big rock between the East Bay communities of Lafayette, and Moraga KCBS reporter Patty rising explains what the preservation effort in the lobby Marinda areas all about first of all there's more than one rock, but growing up in the area starting in the seventies locals always just called it. The rock the open space surrounding the highly visible outcropping and Ragas caught the eye of the John Muir land. Trust executive director Linus Uganda. Rocks. That are embedded in the side of the hill. I'll have traditionally been tainted by students from kept Linda high school Mira Monte high school some of the local swim teams in the like the trust is interested in more than just the rock, but the eighty four acres of open space surrounding it yuko calls it a portal two miles of multi use trails adjacent to what will eventually be five hundred and five acres of public open space anchored by the painted rock. Property Yukos group is launched the campaign to save painted rock and has already raised a million dollars towards its two million dollar goal to acquire the property. The John your land. Trust hopes to have all the money by the end of may Patty, rising KCBS a new Bill signed into law by governor Brown will make it easier for foster children and the children of veterans to go to college state Bill nine sixty seven introduced by Senator Tom Berryhill of Modesto would waive tuition and fees at public universities and community community colleges in cal-. The waiver applies to students twenty five or under who spent at least twelve consecutive months in foster care after they turn ten and children of any veteran who was disabled or killed during their service sports is next..

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"senator tom berryhill" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

03:51 min | 2 years ago

"senator tom berryhill" Discussed on KCBS All News

"What's happening. Palo Alto psychologists, Christine Blasi Ford has agreed to testify before the Senate Judiciary committee that supreme court nominee Brett Cavanaugh sexually assaulted her. When they were teenagers. Her lawyers still wanna negotiate some terms of the public hearing KCBS general lane reports political experts believe her story is already made a significant impact all of the back and forth about Christine Blasi Ford's testimony to the Senate Judiciary committee speaks to how unprecedented. This situation is not legally, but politically in the analysis of UC Hastings college of the law, professor Rory little he tells KCBS the different publicans felt they had enough votes to get Brett Kavanagh's nomination out of the committee. They would vote for very serious moment for women in this country. And you have to believe that there are women senators on the Republican side who have told the leadership we are not ready to vote on judge Cavanaugh you need to work. Work this out. Otherwise, I don't think she would have been given an extension at all they have the subpoena power. If they wanna use it and they're staying away from the subpoena power because I think politically it's damaging while Republicans tread carefully. Democrats are asking for the committee to take its time and here Ford out peninsula, congresswoman, Jackie speier has been encouraging her. It is putting yourself out there. You are doing this on behalf of the American people, and particularly all the women of this country. Gentlemen, KCBS, according to a new state report the bay area is now home to more than four million jobs most ever in the region KCBS reporter, Keith men Coney takes a look at what's behind these unprecedented numbers employment expert and former director of the state employment development department. Michael Burnett says the last time California had an economic winning streak that went on this long within the late sixties. He said that one lasted one hundred and thirteen months now at our hundred second month of employment expansion, according to those new state numbers last month was the biggest for hiring in the bay area in more than two years. And despite what you might expect. Berg says the growth has not been limited to the tech sector driven a lot by check you're in the bay area, but it's spread throughout all sectors. He says the strong employment trend has also been spread around geographic. Weekly. It's throughout our bay area counties. All of them have very low unemployment rates all of them are under four percent. The biggest concern among employment experts at this point says has to do with the tariff wars and the impact of job goes of these worse. He says so far the Trump administration's terrorists haven't had a huge impact. But if the tariff battles were to heat up that could change Keith Makoni KCBS, a new Bill signed into law by governor Brown will make it easier for foster children and the children of veterans to go to college state Bill nine sixty seven which was introduced by state Senator Tom Berryhill of Modesto would waive tuitions and fees at public universities and community colleges in California, the waiver applies to students twenty five or under who spent at least twelve consecutive months in foster care after they turn ten and children of any veteran who was disabled or killed during their service. KCBS news time one oh, eight just ahead on KCBS. A girl is stabbed. When a fight breaks out at a high school football game in Santa Rosa. I'm potty rising with more on the campaign to save painted rock. I know very few places in northern California that have the same sort of attribute that this promises to be. Frank Munich, tell us about those roads. Well, we're going to tell you about a problem approaching the carquinez bridge.

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"senator tom berryhill" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

04:28 min | 2 years ago

"senator tom berryhill" Discussed on KCBS All News

"Materials along with a use of cool, roofs and green roofs. I don't know. How far back we can turn the clock. But we'll try and keep it under control and not have it be calm runaway situation. Stephan Kaufman, CBS news Prescott. Arizona activists marking the one year anniversary of hurricane Maria has devastation of Puerto Rico staged a rally and a caravan originally focused on President Trump's mar-a-lago resort in Florida. Organizers said twenty buses carrying Puerto Ricans and other Hispanic groups then went to a public area for O'Reilly. Tom Foty, CBS news. It's eleven oh five at the bay area's news station. KCBS mostly cloudy overnight at the coast with areas of fog, mostly clear inland. Good evening. I'm Peter Finch. Here's what's happening. Palo Alto psychologists, Christine blazey Ford has agreed to testify before the Senate Judiciary committee that supreme court nominee Brett Cavanaugh sexually assaulted her. When they were teenagers her attorneys still want to negotiate some terms of the public hearing KCBS general lane reports political experts believe her story has already made a significant impact on the back and forth about Christine Blasi Ford's testimony to the Senate Judiciary committee speaks to how unprecedented. This situation is not legally, but politically in the analysis of UC Hastings college of the law, professor Rory little he tells KCBS today for publicans felt they had enough votes to get Brett Kavanagh's nomination out of the committee. They would vote for very serious moment for women in this country. And you have to believe that there are women senators on the Republican side who have told the leadership we are not ready to vote on judge Cavanaugh you need to work this out otherwise. I don't think she would have been given an extension at all they have the subpoena power. If they wanna use it and they're staying away from the subpoena power because they think politically damaging while Republicans tread carefully. Democrats are asking for the committee to take its time and here Ford out peninsula, congresswoman, Jackie speier has been encouraging her. It is putting yourself out there. But you are doing this on behalf of the American people, and particularly all the women of this country. Gentlemen, KCBS, according to a new state report the bay area's now home to more than four million jobs most ever in the region KCBS reporter Keith's men Coney takes a look at what's behind these unprecedented numbers employment expert and former director of the state employment development department, Michael Burns says the last time California had an economic winning streak that went on this long within the late sixties. He said that one lasted one hundred and thirteen months, we're now at our hundred second month of employment exp. Attention. According to those new state numbers last month was the biggest for hiring in the bay area in more than two years. And despite what you might expect burning says, the growth has not been limited to the tech sector driven a lot by tech here in the bay area, but it's spread throughout all sectors. He says the strong employment trend has also been spread around geographically, it's throughout our area counties. All of them have very low unemployment rates all of them are under four percent. The biggest concern among employment experts at this point says Bernanke has to do with the tariff wars and the impact of job growth of these worse. He says so far the Trump administration's terrorists haven't had a huge impact. But if the tariff battles were to heat up that could change Keith Coney KCBS, a new Bill signed into law by governor Brown will make it easier for foster children and the children of veterans to go to college state Bill nine sixty seven which was introduced by Senator Tom Berryhill of Modesto would waive tuitions and fees. At public universities and community colleges in the state the waiver applies to students twenty five or under who spent at least twelve consecutive months in foster care after they turn ten and children of any veteran who was disabled or killed during their service. Just ahead on KCBS girl is stabbed. When a fight breaks out at a high school football game in Santa Rosa, and I'm Patty rising with more on the campaign to save painted rock. I know very few places in northern California that have the same sort of attribute that this promises to be. Frank Munich joins us to steer us through the perils of traffic.

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"senator tom berryhill" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

02:31 min | 3 years ago

"senator tom berryhill" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"You for the last gas tax i it's just a said and of course there democratic votes short and they get a republican dot com berryhill yeah i mean only gave him some kind of great political bribe this was in the times over the weekend senate republicans of show less interest in backing the cap and trade extension but two members are worth watching state senator anthony cannella the sole republican vote yes on the gas tax a couple of months ago and senator tom berryhill they were conspue curiously absent among the signatories of an anti cap and trade letter issued by the senate republicans so on thursday we jeff stone on the show and he wasn't 100 percent but he thought they were all on board not to vote for this but apparently not we get stoned back on here let me let us to believe that the republican senators were were solid in their opposition to because i asked vachanova specifically and he seemed confident but he didn't of his he didn't know for showing a hedge this time it's berryhill i this is also crazy because we it is impossible for this for the people of california have any effect on global temperature it's impossible this just severely penalizes those in industries that produce carbon dioxide oil and gas industries at the top of the list and the penalty now gets passed to you and the gas prices are gonna go way up i jest and most people outside of you because you sit in the car you're in the house you listening you know about it most everybody else not listening does it and they don't know what's coming six hundred dollars a year oh is i i i simply don't understand and they do this because they know they're going to get away with it they do this because they know that there's no consequences no repercussions now case you're just tuning in the drama will continue in the state assembly because they definitely have to have a republican even though they have fifty four seats in the assembly the bare minimum required there's one assembly member by the name of jackie irwin from thousand oaks democrat who will be out all week she put in for an absence back in january that she had to have this week offer some family commitment so that means they have to find what republican votes they.

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"senator tom berryhill" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

01:50 min | 3 years ago

"senator tom berryhill" Discussed on KQED Radio

"California city of torrance and he says you know yesterday morning the democratic assembly members held a meeting with jerry brown and the governor made a pitch to them basically y to support this deal here's how mertz who she described it to put aside their their political agenda on and look for the rediker made were we're talking about our planet earth ear with talked about saved the world literally what were thought about climate change and so walmart sushi is not one of the you know more liberal members of the caucus at remains to be seen how many democrats the governor can get on board for this plan things are certainly seemed to be training in the right direction for governor jerry brown an and these bills need a twothirds vote said the governor cannot afford to lose any democratic votes unless he gets some republicans on board so where they on the cap and trade right now right now they're not with the governor you saw yesterday simply republican leader chad maize put out a statement saying are there aren't any assembly republican votes for this plan that might be kind of surprising because we've seen some business groups traditionally aligned with the gop come out in support of it most notably the california chamber of commerce in in the senate you also saw almost all republicans are saying they're not for this plan except there are two members who didn't sign onto a letter opposing it that says senator tom berryhill senator anthony cannella and as for cannella we remember he in the spring was the vote the republican vote that help past the transportation infrastructure plan the gas tax he was able to secure some commitments for his district and it may be he's holding out for that too now you may be saying hey i'm i'm not going say the hard no right now i may be able to the talk in and get something from my district and maybe end up as a yes vote okay that sounds like horse trading and speaking of horse trading.

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"senator tom berryhill" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:04 min | 3 years ago

"senator tom berryhill" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Of the caucus it remains to be seen how how many democrats the governor can get on board for this plan things are certainly seemed to be turning in the right direction for governor jerry brown and these bills need a twothirds vote said the governor cannot afford to lose any democratic votes unless he gets some republicans on board so where they on the cap and trade right now right now they're not with the governor utah yesterday uh assembly republican leader chad maize put out a statement saying are there aren't any assembly republican votes for this plan that might be kind of surprising because we've seen some business groups traditionally aligned with the gop come out in support of it most notably the california chamber of commerce um in in the senate you also saw almost all republicans us saying they're not for this plan except there are two members who didn't sign onto a letter opposing it that says senator tom berryhill senator anthony cannella and as for cannella we remember he in the spring was the vote the republican vote the help past the transportation infrastructure plan the gas tax he was able to secure some commitments i district and it may be he's holding out for that too now you may be saying hey i'm i'm not going to stay bihar no right now i may be able to talk in and get something from my district and maybe end up as a yes vote okay that sounds like horse trading and speaking of horse trading i had the democratic lawmakers want legislation to get more affordable housing legislation that they've got going the governor wants this tenyear extension of the cap and trade so talk about how this is really may be about some negotiating well maybe away for the governor to get some of those more liberal members had certainly a priority offered democrats to have them affordable housing legislation pass at the capitol this year and i think see you know for the governor he wants to see a combination of not just more funding going towards housing in the construction of housing but also some regulatory reforms on the local level to make it easier to build on its own be democrats are able to use some kappel trade revenue that that businesses no pay to to have these cap and trade credits maybe it's him that revenue goes to affordable housing.

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"senator tom berryhill" Discussed on KMJ NOW

KMJ NOW

02:19 min | 3 years ago

"senator tom berryhill" Discussed on KMJ NOW

"Jim patterson and senator tom berryhill in sacramento this is just the latest honor for the winner of the ninetieth scripts national spelling bee i'm getting used to it vinnie will be recognized by both the assembly and the senate state capital starting at one o'clock this afternoon democratic minority leader nancy pelosi was asked about her future while appearing on cbs this morning plessey says members of her own party think it's time for her to step down these are four races we would never have chosen declined they were chosen by donald trump but late last week president trump said ousting her would be very bad for republicans he added the gop track record against her is great he hopes it can continue an arkansas prison inmate is recaptured after thirty two years on the run the of the northwest arkansas city of springdale art saying how they fall steven dishman of the house early sunday morning the sixty year old has been on the run for more than thirty years since he escaped from prison in may of 1985 he was serving a sevenyear sentence after being convicted of theft and burglary and that was jim chrysoula an end to our recent triple digit heat came jays dominic mcandrew has more on this week's forecast the national weather service describes this relative cooling to be down to a trough moving through from the pacific that's bringing the now temperature range into the high '90s as opposed to the one hundred forty central valley meterologist david specter says intense he doesn't usually happen this early on in the rolpa coy get an outbreak wiped out in july or august but a rare to see something like on june got hard for that long it spread as far north as writing and as far east as parts of arizona bond to the coming week we'll see temperatures returned to normal that is june normal dominate mcandrew came to news despite record heat in the region yosemite national park says tie yoga road remains closed to all vehicle traffic park officials say they continue to conduct nasa this area prepares to power communications water and sewer systems along the road following a recordbreaking year for winter snowpack tie yoga road will remain closed until all repairs are complete yosemite officials say they do not have an anticipated opening date on wall street the dow down fortyfour are asare rather up forty four points it is eleven three.

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