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Could California be a warning sign for Democrats in the fall? Here are takeaways from the latest primaries.

AP News Radio

00:52 sec | 2 months ago

Could California be a warning sign for Democrats in the fall? Here are takeaways from the latest primaries.

"Close house races in battleground states could tip the balance of power in Congress come November in the primaries or giving us a glimpse into what voters are thinking In California's newly redrawn 27th district Republican congressman Mike Garcia a former navy pilot endorsed by president Trump will have a rematch against Democrat Christie Smith a former state assembly woman he beat by less than 400 votes in a special election She thinks her positions on gun control and abortion rights while outweigh Garcia's support from conservatives and those blaming democratic policies for inflation and crime In Iowa Republican state senator Zach nunn will take on the state's loan democratic House member Cindy axton in a district redrawn to include more rural and Republican areas Montana has added a second House seat in former Trump cabinet member Ryan zinke was trailing in flathead county leading to an unexpectedly close race with surgeon Al Auschwitz a perennial candidate who characterized zinke as a moderate who spends too much time in California

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Chuck Schumer and His Racist Political Ascension

The Larry Elder Show

01:49 min | 7 months ago

Chuck Schumer and His Racist Political Ascension

"Well, Jay, when we talk years ago, we talked about this article that I mentioned called race to the top that you wrote in January of 2006 for the American spectator. And you told about an incident, a political meeting that you went to with your dad. Tell us about it. Well, this was a formative and transformative moment for me. It's solidified my political engagement. I was just a fly on the wall essentially. I was 16, 17, something like that. My father got invited to this meeting. It wasn't that politically active, but he was a prominent figure. And this was in the flatbush section of Brooklyn. And they were introducing Charles Schumer to us and I think this is before he ran for Congress. He was becoming a state assembly person. So they were introducing and they were trying to sell them to us. It was not a very impressive figure. I must say it was whiny nasal didn't seem to have much confidence. And they were trying to put him forward and sell them on the basis and unfortunately all the assumptions that went into this are horrible, but they put a photo on the basis that he's going to get to blacks if you know the flapper section it tends to be a white section of single-family homes and for whatever reason over the years it evolved in that way. But there's a cluster of apartment houses on the other UK where black's resided. And frankly, they were not violent. It wasn't any kind of class is going on in the streets. There was no fear. If there was a problem, I didn't detect a problem. I lived there, but so I had a problem with it. It would have only been on a strictly racist type of basis.

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Mark Levin Summarizes Sen. Chuck Schumer's Life

Mark Levin

01:34 min | 7 months ago

Mark Levin Summarizes Sen. Chuck Schumer's Life

"You know when I was in elementary school I used to kick my ass all over the playground I used to play kickball Nobody would choose me No They wouldn't choose me And then I would go to high school Nobody would date me except broom held in the corner there I had no Then I go to law school I got a law school Then I decided I don't want to work for a living I want to get elected to the New York state assembly So I get elected the assembly I'm a very young man at the time Still going through puberty Then I get elected to the assembly Then a congressional seat opens up and I just said you know what I'm going to run for that I'll run for the congressional seat But I only run a Democrat district as I don't want to lose So that's what he does Then he's there 12 1300 years and then he decided to be a senator I want to be a senator where I can stand up and dive in up and down and up and down Joe Biden I want to be like Joe Biden so he gets a cornrow implanted into his forehead like nobody's going to notice In there he is a little dabbled doing what the hair they took off of his back and they implanted it in his forehead He's a grotesque human being in so many ways

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Sebastian Asks Rep. Claudia Tenney 'Are We Winning?'

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

03:45 min | 9 months ago

Sebastian Asks Rep. Claudia Tenney 'Are We Winning?'

"Welcome back to one on one with none other than congresswoman Claudia tenney. Claudia. Let me blow your trumpet politely. When you came in into the studio earlier today, you know, we get politicians in the studio. You know, the good guys and good girls come in here. And the remarkable thing about them, especially in your cases, you come in, I say, would you like a coffee would like anything last? And then I got out of the studio to get you a bottle of water. And I'm looking everywhere in the green room. Where's her retinue? Where's her entourage? Is a member of Congress. Where are the Strata? Where are the PR people? And there's nobody. So this just reinforces for me why you're the best example of what we need in America, not career politicians, like Nancy like charcot who have been around for decades, but people who see themselves as Americans representing their fellow Americans, I'm going to ask you the question I asked all of the good guys and gals. Are we winning? Is that side? Is it burgeoning? Is it growing? You know, the freedom caucus the people who don't want to say this way. I went to the members dining room to have lunch with a couple of supreme caucus people. And I asked them, is it as bad on the inside as I think it is from the outside? And one of them said, you know, the trouble is even in the GOP, 30, 40% of us, they just want the job. They want the chairmanship with the chauffeur driven limo and they want the office with the fireplace. You do not represent that to me. So who's winning? Who's in the driving seat? What's the power relationship between The Old Guard and the citizen politicians like you? You know, it's a tough crowd. I'll tell you it's a funny story. Look at I had to fight against the establishment in both parties just to get elected to the state assembly. I had to defeat the county chairman. Wow. And so they were all working against me. And they always have. I never got endorsed by our local party. The Republican Party, running for office ever until after I was elected to Congress. So you won without any endorsement. No, I had to run a primary had to put my own team together, so I know what it's like to be, you know, I'm also a lawyer or a business owner. I know what it's like to, but I'm trying to do, I'm trying to stand for our country and stand for our small business community and what we need to do. I don't see myself as part of a group or other than I want to represent my constituents. I'll tell you funny stories. When I first got into the state assembly, I remember this old time assembly member who had here I am coming from the private sector. I don't know what pensions are. I don't know any of this stuff. And you know, I'm all worried. I could care less if I, you know, use a folding chair and have a folding table. I mean, it doesn't really matter any of that stuff. And so this one person came up and said, oh, I can't believe, you know, we were minority members, Republicans, and the Democrats were in the majority, and they said, did you see the Democrats got all new mahogany deaths to new computers? And we should have mahogany desk. I'm like, no, you shouldn't have a haggy desk. We don't need that stuff. We need to govern. We need to understand the taxpayers. And I love the Jeffersonian idea. I mean, we are not supposed to be doing these jobs forever, which is why one of my first bills when I got into the assembly was, let's take all the politicians who are elected and appointed off of the pension system and put them in a 401k case to system because if you're going to serve and you want to you shouldn't have to leave and not be able to at least contribute to your own retirement, because I was really these non contributory pensions and then and of course that was not met with much approval. An old friend of mine, Mike Fitzpatrick, Fitzpatrick and the assembly. He was part of it, too. You know, what are we doing? How are we in a position where we're benefiting from something we're

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New York Lawmakers to Publish Report on Cuomo's Conduct

Houston Public Media Local Newscasts

00:50 sec | 1 year ago

New York Lawmakers to Publish Report on Cuomo's Conduct

"Lawmakers say they're planning to issue a final report on their impeachment investigation into governor andrew cuomo npr's hansie lo-long reports new york state. Lawmakers recently decided to suspend their investigation after cuomo resigns from office next week democratic governor andrew cuomo had been under growing pressure to step down after an independent report by the new york state attorney general concluded cuomo had sexually harassed at least eleven women. Cuomo has denied any wrongdoing days. After he announced plans resigned on august twenty fourth new york state assembly speaker. Carl hasty democrat said lawmakers will be suspending their investigation. Because new york's constitution does not allow the legislature to impeach and remove an elected official. Who's no longer in office. And a statement hasty says lawmakers will not interfere with investigations by local law enforcement into criminal allegations against cuomo on. Npr

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New York Assembly to Suspend Cuomo Impeachment Investigation

AP News Radio

00:38 sec | 1 year ago

New York Assembly to Suspend Cuomo Impeachment Investigation

"The New York State Assembly will suspend its impeachment investigation into governor Andrew Cuomo once he steps down speaker Carl Heastie said in a statement that the assembly Judiciary Committee had heard from its lawyers that it can impeach and remove an elected official no longer in office Andrew Cuomo who wanted a fourteen day transition period announced his resignation this past Tuesday over sexual harassment allegations which he has denied some members of the Judiciary Committee said they wanted the group to at least release a report of their findings to the public it wasn't immediately known if that will happen I'm surely after

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Canada Reopens Borders to Fully Vaccinated Americans

AP 24 Hour News

00:17 sec | 1 year ago

Canada Reopens Borders to Fully Vaccinated Americans

"The country provided they've been fully vaccinated against Covid 19. Ban on non essential travel across the U. S Canadian border was eased at midnight, but the US has yet to lift its limits on Canadian travellers. Today in New York State Assembly committee meets to Talk about how

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Majority of New York State Assembly Support Beginning Process to Impeach Cuomo

First Morning News

01:21 min | 1 year ago

Majority of New York State Assembly Support Beginning Process to Impeach Cuomo

"Andrew Cuomo does not resign, State Assembly members are moving to impeach him. Assembly Speaker Carl Hasty says Cuomo can no longer remain in office following the state attorney general report accusing him of sexual harassment. They go across New York four separate district attorneys now launching criminal probes into governor Andrew Cuomo after a scathing state investigation found he's sexually harassed 11 women and turned his office into a cauldron of fear and abuse. Not a single prominent New York Democrat, is defending the embattled governor. House Speaker Nancy Pelosi agrees. So does President Biden. Cuomo himself has not been seen or heard from since releasing a recorded statement more than 24 hours ago, and as correspondent aerial Reshef Mayor de Blasio again calling on the governor to resign. Here's more on that from W won't want to. Scott Brancaccio says Cuomo needs to end the agony that he's putting New York State through and end the pain of the women. He hurt. The mayor not impressed with Cuomo's explanation, following the attorney general's report, accusing the governor of sexually harassing women stop with this attempt to say culturally, Somehow he's allowed to do what he did. No, it's not acceptable. He needs to resign. Let's get this over with because the entire state has spoken now the mayor notes. He thinks he will work well with Lieutenant governor Kathy Huckle, who would take over Should Cuomo step down or be impeached. I'm

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Will Andrew Cuomo Survive the Sexual Harassment Investigation?

The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

02:04 min | 1 year ago

Will Andrew Cuomo Survive the Sexual Harassment Investigation?

"So any mccarthy. Welcome to the hugh hewitt show pleasure to have you here. Let's talk some cuomo. I how are you doing this morning. I'm doing great markham. Delighted to hear willie nelson but not stone. So exactly right. it's a well. Listen you've got to call them now on cuomo. And you describe the attrition. James report as a thorough going disaster for cuomo. Will he survive. I don't think so mark. And i you know. I'm really surprised if i had said that Six months ago. I think i would've Had to check myself in for analysis but Just like you feel you have to bring a little texas to To the nation. I think i need to bring a little new york to the nation because we're used to looking at everything through the prism of republican democrat politics and the dynamic in new york is very different. The you know. The republican party as an institution is negligible here and the politics are all this divide between the woke left and what passes for the democratic establishment and the woke left wants cuomo out. They've wanted him out for a long time. And that dynamic is very interesting in the way politics gets reported because the media is when we're looking at national issues. The media's one hundred percent that seems with the democrats when it's the woke left versus the establishment democrats. It's very different And they're very divided so cuomo doesn't have it. It looks to me like the you know. The president saw the limb out from behind him yesterday. And the interesting weathervane. Here is carl casey. Who was the head of the new york state assembly a cuomo ally and has been protecting him on all this impeachment stuff. They've had this meandering investigation for months. He did a one eighty yesterday in basically said cuomo was unfit. Needs to go seems to be if that's where he's coming from. That's bad bad. News for cuomo.

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Cuomo Questions Neutrality of AG Investigators

AP News Radio

00:52 sec | 1 year ago

Cuomo Questions Neutrality of AG Investigators

"New York governor Andrew Cuomo questions the neutrality of the lawyers hired to investigate allegations of sexual harassment the women have alleged the governor inappropriately kissed or touched them or made inappropriate sexual remarks as for the investigators I have concerns as to the independence of the reviewers almost as this is happening in a political system tracks trump on the punt ideology and I am eager for the truth to come out and when that happens new Yorkers will be shocked at what they have heard about this versus what they know about it separately another team of lawyers working for the state assembly is investigating whether there are grounds to impeach Cuomo I met Donahue

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Native Students Finally Win the Right to Wear Tribal Regalia at Graduation Ceremonies

Native America Calling

00:35 sec | 1 year ago

Native Students Finally Win the Right to Wear Tribal Regalia at Graduation Ceremonies

"A measure to ensure native american students can wear spiritual or cultural items to high school. Graduation was approved thursday by the california state assembly. The measure passed with a vote of sixty four to zero introduced by assembly member. James romo's romo says. School officials continue to object when students where eagle feathers sashes with native design or beaded medallions to graduation. The proposal requires the establishment of a task force. Together public comment develop recommendations and submit a report to the legislature in twenty twenty three. The measure will now be sent to the

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A Conversation with Shilpy Chatterjee of Sakhi.org

A Desi Woman with Soniya Gokhale

02:18 min | 1 year ago

A Conversation with Shilpy Chatterjee of Sakhi.org

"Are so excited to welcome chevy chatterjee of sakhi dot org. She'll be chatterjee received a degree and legal studies at the university of delhi and started her career as a farmer in tribal rights. Activists advocate shelby has worked extensively with survivors of gender based violence and worked as a domestic violence program advocate at the police precinct in queens new york city which gave her the unique opportunity to work closely with law enforcement in a current position as anti-violence program manager at sucky dot org she'll be continues to work with survivors of gender based violence. She'll be was awarded. The two thousand nineteen advocate of new york city award and received a citation from the new york state assembly for her work on behalf of survivors of domestic violence. Show be welcome to the show. Hi sonya thank you for having me. We are very excited to have you. And i did want to start out with a question. Pertaining to the fact that stocky dot org is one of oldest organization of its kind. And i want to know. How did you get involved. And what motivates you on a day to day basis in this incredibly critical wolf So i had been working with survivors of gender based violence in students and nine. And i knew that sake. The leader in the field and i was working directly with sake. What's the key was one of the critical partners so when time so presented i joined sucky team and it was three years ago and since then it has been one of the most fulfilling experiences of my life and it is so because it is an amazing team be. It is an amazing team of some really committed people and we bring in our stories and understanding of gender based violence so this whole journey of growing very very important to me and says i get to do that at five here gift to expedience at. Its second that. I value my time here. So

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Rob Bonta Will Investigate Deadly Police Shootings as Attorney General

BBC World Service

00:48 sec | 1 year ago

Rob Bonta Will Investigate Deadly Police Shootings as Attorney General

"General nominee Rob Bonta says he's committed to investigating deadly police shootings of civilians. Under law, he wrote as a state legislator. Bonta currently represents Oakland in the State Assembly. He was nominated to be California's A G last week, Bonta said the attorney general can doom or toe lesson police violence, including reviewing any deadly shootings of civilians by law enforcement. We need to have justice we need to have On independent and thorough investigations of these officer involved shootings s O that Justice is done. The law giving the attorney general investigatory power was co authored by bond to law enforcement groups opposed the change, arguing the attorney general is not equipped to take on such investigations. Brian what?

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New York legalizes recreational marijuana, expunges former pot convictions

The Breakfast Club

00:35 sec | 1 year ago

New York legalizes recreational marijuana, expunges former pot convictions

"Since we're in new york. Let's talk about new york. They have legalized recreational marijuana and also expunged former Marijuana convictions this all happened last night. In new york state assembly voted one hundred forty nine to pass marijuana legalization bill and cuomo has previously said that he was signed this bill into law once it reaches his desk and he reiterated that last night as well. Yeah any any State that's decriminalizing marijuana legalize marijuana. You have to let your non-violent drug offenders out of jail and you have to expunge records of people who have those type of charges on them you have to

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New York Gov. Cuomo's Administration Reportedly Gave Special Coronavirus Testing Access To Family, VIPs

All Things Considered

00:45 sec | 1 year ago

New York Gov. Cuomo's Administration Reportedly Gave Special Coronavirus Testing Access To Family, VIPs

"At a time when testing was scarce could be a violation of state ethics laws. The public officers law forbids state officials from using their official position to benefit themselves or others. Susan Learner with common cause, New York says the state's laws are clear. There's a Absolutely unacceptable contrast. Between what the public was being advised and the governor's conduct for those close to him. That's unacceptable. Cuomo senior adviser says the state was doing everything in its power to get people tested. The New York Times reports. The state Assembly is adding this allegations to its list of issues to investigate as part of its impeachment inquiry at is a process that could take months. Meanwhile, New York lawmakers say they're close to a deal legalizing recreational

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Rob Bonta tapped by Gavin Newsom to be California's first Filipino attorney general

Press Play with Madeleine Brand

00:43 sec | 1 year ago

Rob Bonta tapped by Gavin Newsom to be California's first Filipino attorney general

"Governor, Gavin Newsom today nominated a new attorney general replace Javi Oppa Sarah, who is now Secretary of Health and Human services. KQED, Scott Shaffer reports The pick makes history. Newsome chose Rob Bonta to be the next attorney general. Once confirmed by the state Legislature. Bonta will be the first Filipino American to hold the position. He represents Oakland in the State Assembly and has a reputation as a criminal justice reform. ER asked about violence directed at Asian Americans, Bonta rejected calls for excessive charges. We have enough enhancements. Enough criminalization enough mass incarceration. Enough over sentencing more than we need. Bada said He wants to emphasize prevention, something that could put him at odds with tough on crime groups

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New York Gov. Cuomo impeachment investigation to take ‘months'

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:28 sec | 1 year ago

New York Gov. Cuomo impeachment investigation to take ‘months'

"If New York governor Andrew Cuomo should be impeached. That is the word today from the chair of the New York State Assembly's Judiciary Committee, which is conducting investigation. Key issues remain unresolved, including if report on its findings will be released to the public and how the committee will decide what constitutes an impeachable offense. Cuomo has been accused of sexual harassment by multiple women and for withholding data relay. Added to the number of nursing home deaths from Cove it North Korea

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New York Governor Andrew Cuomo loses the support of more Democrats, refuses to resign

News, Traffic and Weather

01:34 min | 1 year ago

New York Governor Andrew Cuomo loses the support of more Democrats, refuses to resign

"New York Governor Andrew Cuomo continues losing support among fellow Democrats over allegations of sexual harassment. ABC is Trevor Old has more Andrew Cuomo says he has never harassed anyone never assaulted anyone never abused anyone. And he never would, Though. Now seven women have accused him of some form of inappropriate behavior. The most recent writing her story in New York magazine, a former reporter here at the State House. Detailing a number of instances like a 2014 holiday party where, she says while posing for a photo. The governor grabbed her hand, refused to let go and allegedly said, Am I making you uncomfortable? I thought we were going steady now. Cuomo has not responded to this most recent allegation, but he's repeatedly denied any misconduct. He's appeared to spend this weekend so far largely hunkered down on the grounds of the governor's mansion. His press team has sent out a number of releases about state issues like the vaccine rollout. Seemingly indicating the work is ongoing, as Cuomo is refusing to resign, But he is bleeding support from his fellow Democrats. Now 16 of the 19, New York Democrats in Congress and both of the state. Senators say Cuomo should step down. He is so far refusing all of those cries, though Some lawmakers like the majority leader from the state Assembly say Cuomo deserves a fair process. To determine whether or not he is guilty, and there are two investigations underway one from the State Assembly, another from the state attorney general's office and one of Cuomo's accusers. Former aide Charlotte Bennett is scheduled to speak with investigators from the State ages office. As these investigations swiftly move

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"state assembly" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO

Newsradio 600 KOGO

07:09 min | 1 year ago

"state assembly" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO

"Joining me on the Demayo report in state Assembly member Kevin Kiley. He represents a district up in Northern California. We've had him on the show before, Kevin, thanks for stopping by so You have successfully sued Gavin Newsom Tol block him from his unconstitutional illegal executive orders. You've had the courage to take on big, You know, onerous. Uh, Punitive pieces of legislation like 85, the law that banned independent contractors in California. You seem to be the one of the only ones up there. That's actually raising your voice and fighting the good fight. Um, my question for you right out of the gate. While you just consider running for governor. I think you'd be a great candidate. She's Carl. You didn't warn me that you know what you have in the hard hitting questions now. I I really appreciate that. I'm very flattered, but You know, I'm I would just want to give you haven't Newsome recalled. And so that's That's my focus. And honestly, I think that if this thing qualifies, and it's looking increasingly likely, although we gotta keep our foot on the accelerator, I don't think I can do that. You're gonna be in short supply. Is that a I'm I will think about it. Is that a firm? No, I didn't. Well, hold on a second. But I've heard a lot of folks because, of course, I'm not happy with our choices. I mean, I'm talking to potential candidates. I'm encouraging candidates. I have said repeatedly that I think you'd be a great candidate on but we should be looking to recruit a great candidate. Major Williams is a good candidate, but you've run campaigns before and you're tested. And you haven't least some, uh, you know, profile because you're one of the only Republicans doing anything. So I'm not gonna accept it as a no firm. No, I'm hoping that you may be open to being drafted at some point down them line. So let's talk about your book. You. You wrote a book in your copious spare time on And it's all about the reasons to recall Gavin Newsom. What is what is your elevator pitch to a voter? You know, particularly independent voter as why I should recall Gavin Newsom. Well, this is my face, not just doing independent voter to a Democratic voters, liberal voters, which you know, there are plenty of them who are part of the recall movement, which is that Gavin Newsom has abused the public trust. You know, he has used the extraordinary powers. Of a state of emergency to advance his own political interests and to reward the special interests that put him in office on in the process. He's completely undermined our representative form of government and she using all powers for himself. I don't think you've seen you know what abuse of the public trust like this. In our state's history, and the results speak for themselves. You know, we've had the single worst covert 19 year outcomes of any state whether you'll get the economy when your kid education and leather delicate public health So you got your book? How do people get a hold of it? Because before we move on from the book, I wanna help you sell some, uh, help you get a hold of that book, And how much does it cost? You just 14 99. And I'm not making any money off of this personally. So just Google ve call Newsome book and it'll come up or recall Newsome. Book dot com. It's also on Amazon and I know so much people don't like my Ingram's on and you know, I'm also gonna be in San Diego and we get a half a couple book signings, so if you go toe My website in just Google the book and upcoming book signings and you'll find the schedule for San Diego there as well. Good good, and that's Kevin kiley dot com, Right? All right, So Kevin p. Kylie dot com or elect Kevin Chi any of those Okay. Elect Kevin Kiley. Calm or Kevin P. Kylie calm. Let's talk about this other suggestion you had. I saw Fox News. Pick it up. You and I know of the great work of the California Policy Center. You advise union members, government state local government union members of their rights under the Janis decision of the U. S. Supreme Court to voluntarily withdraw from having to pay any dues to the union. On dure, suggesting that this may be a good avenue to put pressure on the teachers unions in particular, to be more cooperative with getting our kids back to school to explain that Yeah, that And simply did, you know, cut off their source of power, which is their ability to conscripts, every public school teacher, at least in the traditional public school system into their ranks and then take a cut of every paycheck, which they then funnel the people like Gavin Newsom, who use their powers or in this case. You know, quote unquote emergency powers to do their bidding and to, you know, advanced their interests and to enrich them on it just creates this vicious cycle. And so thanks to the generous decision, you know, every public school teacher has the right to cut off that vicious cycle to take away that source of power to cut off the revenue stream, although, as you know, the state Legislature and governor has quite corruptly. Made that very difficult, Which is why we need groups like the California Policy Center that could help people through the process. Yeah, I totally agree and in the homework section because every day at 5 30 we give homework out to our listeners should be explaining how they can help their friends. Actually opt out easily from their state or local government, particularly teachers real quick and enclosing. Um, when, when, when you take a look at what's going on in Sacramento? On a scale of 1 to 10. How effective right now has the recall ban just with collecting signatures enforcing change in governance and in the policy and the direction of politics in California. Well, I don't know that we've seen a huge impact on actual policy just yet, but certainly in terms of the governor's emphasis, you know, he's like pretending even harder that he's opening schools one. Of course, he's not actually doing that. But he's trying to make it look like he is, and he's doing a lot more sort of publicity stunt. Even more than usual. He's tried to sort of rally the troops making calls the legislators saying, Do you have my back or you're gonna be with me. You've probably seen a few things press conference that you've done recently. What you're basically just taxpayer funded. Pep rallies s O. I do think that you know it is probably going to have the effect of moving him in the right direction on some of these issues, But he's still you know, is trying to balance that with his overriding concern to keep his No special interest backers happy. All right, Kevin Kiley status Some remember And my hope is you will hear from people encouraging you to run for governor. You're a fighter, and we need more of those folks to step forward. No pressure, man. No pressure. We will certainly will circle back with you in a few weeks as we get closer to getting this thing qualified Kevin Kali status. Some remember on the two mile report coming up. I will give you your homework assignments and it has to do with getting you know teachers to opt out of their unions. But also that we have an event that I want you to help me put together for the recall of Gavin Newsom. That's on the divine report. First traffic.

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"state assembly" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

03:05 min | 1 year ago

"state assembly" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"Some State Assembly members have a plan to help speed up the reopening of major theme parks. Democrats sharing quirk Silva and Republicans Suzette Martinez valid areas have announced plans to co sponsor a bill that would allow all amusement parks regardless of size to reopen safely within the same tier California issued separate re opening guidelines for small and large theme parks and Governor Newsome's blueprint for a safer economy. Disneyland. And Universal Studios Hollywood are in the most restrictive tear, which has left them shuttered for nearly a year. The executive director of the California Attractions and Parks Association, praised the proposed legislation. Layla Mohammed Ko Phi News researchers in the UK are testing to see if it's possible to mix and match different versions of the cove in 19 vaccine. ABC is, Dr Ellen says Scientists will use one version of the vaccine for the first dose and a different one. For the second one. This is promising, then this could really change. The face of vaccine shortages. Researchers say the first study will use doses from the vaccines developed by Fizer and Astra Zeneca. Our fight against this fires isn't over. The governor of Wisconsin has issued a new emergency order reinstating a statewide mask mandate. He did it. Less than an hour after the state's Republican majority Legislature repealed a previous order to require face coverings in public. Governor Tony ever says the virus is not going away wearing a mask is the most basic thing we can do to keep each other safe. The Legislature keeps playing politics and we don't keep wearing masks. We're going to Seymour preventable deaths, and it's going to take even longer to get our state and our economy back on track. He says. He's going to keep listening to the science. The news is brought to you by SON Locks. A federal judge has ordered that a man from the capital riots known as the Q and on shaman Given an organic diet in jail. Lawyers for the guy say he hasn't eaten in more than a week because there are no healthy options, The defense said. Chance Lee regards nonorganic food as an object intrusion onto his body that would cause serious illness. The D. C Department of Corrections declined to provide an organic diet, saying chance Lee failed to identify a faith when he entered custody. Erica. Turkey says the judge ordered an organic diet instead of releasing the man from jail, which his lawyers had pushed for. The man is accused of participating in the attack of the capital while wearing face paint, no shirt and a furry hat with horns. And speaking of food. Pasadena is hosting a free fair foodie fest at the Rose Bowl, Deep fried Oreos and John Get this crispy cream donut cheeseburgers. Are among the offerings which you have that a Krispy Kreme. Disgusting. I thought for sure you would know they're separate. Oh, you don't mix anything with a cheeseburger. Okay? She's burger stands by itself. And the crispy cream doughnut stands by. Okay, Well, I thought I was doing you a favor telling you about that. It's good to know. All right, but it's don't bring that in. If you're less adventurous, you can jab down on turkey legs, barbecue ribs, curly fries and funnel cakes is this This is a Pasadena, The Rose Bowl. The drive thru event will be held every weekend this month, starting tomorrow. Who? All right,.

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"state assembly" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

News Talk 1130 WISN

04:00 min | 1 year ago

"state assembly" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

"Of the state don't have a mandate locally issued. So that mean that would have none. This does not mean that a business couldn't on its own require the wearing of masks and so on. The assembly must still pass it. But as I said before, There's nothing to prevent Iverson continuing to issue these orders, even if the Legislature blacks that making simply issue a new order after that. At some point, the state Supreme Court And just this hide under the table Haggard or they're going to have to decide. If Tony Evers has these orders. The constitutional authority to essentially function is a dictator by telling private citizens. What they can and can't do in public without the approval of the Legislature. So to recap. The State Assembly today. Restored. The strength in the bill. Restricting Evers is covert 19 authority. Putting back in all the things that Taken up by the Senate couple of weeks ago. Said. It now has to decide if they're going to show some backbone this time or if they're gonna Not accept the assembly changes and got it right back. This is like, Imagine a Thanksgiving turkey, where you put in the stuff again and take it right back out. The reassembly is trying to put the stuffing in the Senate stake of the stuffing out because Tony Evers doesn't like to eat stuffing, aren't I? A great analogy maker? That's the one in this case, it seems to be. The assembly is big, more responsive than the Senate on the other, the Senate finally, after the begging of many conservatives. Voted to repeal Evers, his emergency order exercising their authority. Act when the governor issues an executive order order if the assembly must now also agree to repeal that order. Again For those who think that that would be the end of it. There's nothing under the law that could stop Tony Iverson keep issuing these orders unless the Supreme Court says the orders are unconstitutional. And that is the great power the exact executive has. And you saw that Barack Obama governed by executive order. Trump learned from that and issued a ton of executive orders himself and Joe Biden this week repealed Damn near everything Donald Trump did by executive order. It's not the proper way to govern. It's not proper when the Democrats used it. It's not proper when the Republicans use it, but the Republicans should news that tool if the Democrats are going to use it. In this instance, the Legislature which is essentially done nothing to stop Tony over some ramps, running rampant over all of our rights and allowing Disgraceful closing of the public schools for no legitimate reason. At the same time that almost everything else in our society is up and running. Schools remain closed because in some districts teachers don't want to teach. We've got I'm told it's like 80% of the district's in Wisconsin might be more. I think it's 60% of the students and 80% of the districts are open five day in person instruction if they can all do it. It is disgraceful that Racine, Milwaukee, Madison, Tosa, Shorewood and a handful of others continue to appease their disgracefully unprofessional teachers. You don't want to teach it would rather sit at home. Despite the terrible damage. They're done to their being done to their Children, and it is disgraceful that Evers and the Democrats side With these horrible teachers and their laziness and cowardice. And do not side with the Children and taxpayers who are being harmed, particularly when so many other communities and somebody private schools and demonstrating You could operate these schools perfectly safely, particularly given the fact that kids are unlikely to get the virus in fact. The likeliest way A teacher is going to get the virus in the school is from another teacher. Not from the kids themselves. So hope you're able to keep all of that straight and follow all of it as a reward for listening, But this is going to give you the six o'clock hour word in the cold, hard cash contest. The word for this hour is win..

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"state assembly" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:14 min | 2 years ago

"state assembly" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"State Assembly General Assembly. Any brings them brings Anna with him? She remembers it. So what he wants at this point is an apology. Yes, he wants a bill to get some type of compensation for victims who are forcibly sterilized. So goes down to the Virginia state government and he makes this appeal. He says Virginia was where the first Supreme Court sanctioned sterilization happened. Virginia should be the first to compensate its victims. And they basically path like cousin. No, thank you. Yeah. What did what did they say? Well mark in his opinion, he thinks it was pretty much about money. They comes off conservative, but they're so fiscally Conservative, says that one of the things that was so frustrating about this was that he didn't really have the support of like his people. People who Republican. Just just for what it's worth. We had this idea of pro family and here you have these guys least champion that I like more of a programme about the right to have a family, you know, say if you say you're pro family, you know you're pro life about the right to give life you know, I'm saying And so it just seems so hypocritical to me. I just find it. Repugnant still makes me angry. Teo stay right. Her face just changed its like a deep soul disappointment. Yeah. Yeah, because again these house budget set aside about just a few months later, Mark's board with Justice for sterilization Victims Project he and a team of lawmakers and activists convinced North Carolina to pass a bill providing relief to those citizens. At this state has injured is the just and righteous thing to do. Time is running out and they award everyone who's been sterilized $50,000 and they say they're sorry. And then a couple years later, Virginia passes it. But then Virginia only gives $25,000 which he just felt like with such an unnecessary, slight $10. But for Anna, we got paid. So what does that mean? Is it like It helps. She gets about $50 a week and she uses it to help with the groceries with Bill's cable, and she used a chunk of it to treat her friend married to a present. Don't.

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"state assembly" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

02:59 min | 2 years ago

"state assembly" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"VP Joe Biden in Kenosha, Wisconsin. Yesterday. Mohr from ABC News, Joe Biden was in Kenosha, Wisconsin, meeting with Business owners union. Repp, state officials and law enforcement. He also spoke with Jacob Blake over the phone. He talked about how Nothing was going to defeat him How where they walked again or not. He was not going to give up biting again standing up for peaceful protesting, but he condemned looting and burning. The White House defended controversial comment from President Trump that appeared to encourage his supporters to try voting twice in November's election. Yes, Secretary Kayleigh Mcenany saying this, You're missing a very crucial line from the president's remarks. If it is not tabulated, meaning your mail and votes, then you will be able to vote in person. North Carolina Secretary of State has said it is illegal to vote twice in an election. 11 Democratic State attorneys general are part of a group condemning President Trump suggestion to put law enforcement at polling places on election Day. The president has said sheriffs and law enforcement and U. S attorneys would be monitoring poles to avoid fraud and cross check whether or not voters are actually registered. For Shay ABC NEWS Washington Let's set around the world with a B C's Tom Rivers poisoning accusations against Russia continue his opposition figure. Alexey Navalny continues to receive treatment in Germany. Visiting Berlin, the Swedish prime minister, it is clear that the Russian government has some answers to deliver. Man must investigate the matter thoroughly and transparently. Meanwhile, President Putin's spokesman is brushed off the allegations, accusing Germany of not providing Moscow with any evidence about Navalny's condition. The British government says it's investing in a Corona virus test that gives results in his little is 20 minutes touting it is the latest milestone and efforts to take the UK to the front of the global pack in testing for covert 19. And tourism dependent Grace suffered a huge drop in economic output in the second quarter, plummeting over 15% on an annual basis. I'm Tom Rivers at the ABC Nas Foreign Desk in London. Well, a debate over housing in California, sparking and even bigger debate a routine vote at the California State Assembly in Sacramento, turning anything but routine. Ms Wicks, you are recognized, but Assemblywoman Buffy Wicks was not alone Colleagues. Good to see you. Well, I was actually in the middle of feeding my daughter where this bill came up. Yes. You heard her the assembly woman on the floor with her one month old for a vote on a housing bill. We're 3.5 million homes. I've already to be right now in this state. And Ellie agrees that we needed we needed We absolutely to pass this bill. Assemblywoman Wicks forced to vote in person because her request to vote by proxy was denied The reason given Giving birth does not put her in higher risk for the Corona virus. So the Assembly woman showed up. It's the simplest way we can have a density that's still here, said neighborhood character So please, Please, Please pass this filled and I'm gonna go finish feeding my daughter. Thank you for State Assembly speaker.

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"state assembly" Discussed on Bob Lonsberry

Bob Lonsberry

05:13 min | 2 years ago

"state assembly" Discussed on Bob Lonsberry

"So far is Not that it's family but we've had We do courts You Know Raymond in different hearings You know From video conferencing type thing and we actually have a new Service providers starting next week and Part of their service is like a video visitation. Where you could do just that over tablet or over And she's not on a tablet on key asking their housing area and So yes that'll be available as soon as we can get that up and running but that's one of our priorities to get that going so It'll be a huge huge by people would probably enjoy that a great deal absolutely. I suspect It's being the superintendent. Matt Vanduze Emerge County. Jail and corporal. Amanda Smith WHO's with the Monroe County sheriff's offices as well it sir. You've you've you've had a very unique group of folks employees It folks in residence their inmates whenever And you had to keep your your institution safe in those people healthy. How has that worked out in? And have you done that please? Well it's You're the sheriff emphasizes Being proactive and being prepared so You know before Before everything shut down we You know he instituted a command post We researched and did With our with our healthcare providers and county. You know what? What can we do inside to? be proactive to to keep people safe and came up screen procedures different classification You know ideas and You know just preparing for the absolute worst. So one example was he asked I was working with our healthcare provider. And he says okay. What happens if there are no hospital beds and we have twenty patients here that need to go out and there's no hospital bed for them. How far can they go? Medically the envelope with the health care provider. And that's when we found out they really They could do quite a bit. You know and you know where would you get the materials? And so he you know he is He insists on Ashley being prepared You know we have a running number of burn rate from our PB. How much do we have on on on side Things like that so So just preparation it's You know constant communication and you know the and really. The kicker was Just the staff that year Especially working the jail specifically. Is You know every day on for a while there? Every day something different would come out. I get another brilliant idea and I throw it out there in but they You know the staff Just soap opera and understanding understanding that. We really are trying very best to to keep them. Their families The population here. The mates civilians at work here. Everybody is safe as we can get screened each day as they come in or yesterday Everybody GETS A COMPANY ATTACK. Check and And they'll ask them some of the screen questions but Yup Screams all the inmates Anybody that gets arrested and comes into the building is screened Part of walk into the In the door into cooking so but yes question standing anything else on these subjects of the inmates the general health of the jail. I.

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"state assembly" Discussed on Bob Lonsberry

Bob Lonsberry

02:47 min | 2 years ago

"state assembly" Discussed on Bob Lonsberry

"Have to turn away in rescheduled for a later date. So they have a temperature of a hundred or four higher Like I said they answer. Yes to any questions or any kind of symptoms We would temporarily turn them away Like Superintendent said we are going to make sure that everybody Wears the mass. We will be providing a mass to any civilian that enters the area We also make sure that the army doesn't leave the floor until they do have their mask on We're GONNA also maintain Six foot distance so the screening process prior. You just got no line and now we're GONNA make sure that everybody is sixteen away from the person I am behind them Yeah we're working on so mine are lobby. You know some saint edge and Some XS on the floor. That are six feet apart things like that so just to give some encouragement to help folks Get through the process easy. Corpora Smith I apologize for not using your rank earlier the the the the families of people who are incarcerated. They know how to lie. They'll know they know how to contact you guys and make an so the know how to make appointments and everything else like that wanted me. Please go see do on prior to us open now we are going to reach out and some form of media release so everybody is on board. Everything's going to be the same as it was before we do have a phone number. That people have used in the past We also have an online email system. That's GonNa be the same. The only thing that'll change we're going eliminate the walk in scheduling for now just to eliminate people coming in and being a contact with each other on but yeah prior to us. We will release all that information. So everybody's on board but it's not changing from how it was before Van Doozy Superintendent Monroe County jail and Cordola Manda Smith who coordinates of visits there and such like that. The Jehovah's Supervisor and I know these questions there may not be answers for so if Junaid is the is the potential target for this sort of of reopen. We Avenue idea like into the future before you know it returns to to something like normal. I don't know I really don't know if you could give you a target date for the Helen but You know I I think whatever it ends up looking like at the end It'll be a I think it'll be a new normal. You know not knowing exactly how that a lot but You know I think it's fair to say that you know whatever our normal visitation new normal is gonNA be. It'll include social distancing. You know You know including perhaps More limited contact. I don't really know but I'm pretty sure it's not going to go back to what it was prior to pandemic sure you mentioned that folks have been able to make phone calls and you've been able to do that no expense. Whatever else like that. You know we've heard from the governor about telemedicine and distance learning and such like that are there. Are there like any you know can can an inmate zoom or skype with a family back home all done?.

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"state assembly" Discussed on Bob Lonsberry

Bob Lonsberry

04:23 min | 2 years ago

"state assembly" Discussed on Bob Lonsberry

"Could create stresses in might impact behavior and and all the things that flow from that his that been the case or is that something that that is potentially the case. Sir The yeah. That's something we're always aware of. And that's You know other than the human side of that where you know. It's you know we certainly would want Everyone just see their family and loved ones but Certainly on the control side of it that security portion of You know we want them to release is much stress as they can and You know whether it's clergy or your family or or Something like that to have as much contact on the outside. Get some normalcy. But that's why we're really You know we really been pushing to prepare To get this thing you know give visits back Back and running slowly and partially You know for for their benefit you know. They've they've been very cooperative. And you know the families have been great And so you know we want to be prepared so when we can Make something happen. Walk do it. Because that's made van doozy superintendent the Monroe County jail So when and what? There may not be answers to those questions but like A. When might this happen? When can we start to ease back into this? And what might that look like please? Wow I know for sure that we Our number one Thought is that just having an abundance of caution you know. We want to make sure that You know the staff. The image civilians Have Safe Environment when they come here. You know it's You know because it's still kind of an unknown obviously So you know we have A. We're looking at a phased approach. It's going to be very controlled and very cautious Our target date are lose. Target date partially reopened will be June eighth And that's dependent on a lot of things but that's a we're going to be in Prepared to turn it on Then And it'll be different..

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"state assembly" Discussed on Bob Lonsberry

Bob Lonsberry

05:23 min | 2 years ago

"state assembly" Discussed on Bob Lonsberry

"Bury starts now on newsradio WAMBLE lemonade. You so much Sir. I appreciate that. Good Morning Americans and hello my friend. It is a delight to be here with you. Sunshine and just a little bit over downtown. I'll be a grateful for that. Army joined by a a gentleman his name. You may have seen a time or two chance even of late in a campaign assign a lawn. Here and there Alex shooter morning and welcome to the broadcast. Mind Bob. How's it going good buddy good Real quick what's the thirty s thirty second bio? Who are you sure? So I was born and raised in. Henrietta wants Russia to public schools After College I worked for President Obama the last three years of his administration and the White House working for a senior adviser. Valerie Jarrett I came back home and for the last few years. I've been working as chief of staff for the city of Rochester and now I am running for state assembly for the one hundred thirty eighth district which represents Henrietta Chai and a very gerrymandered part of the city of Rochester. Your how old am twenty seven. So you're you're not doing too bad so far. Well we'll see if we can keep it up now. Utilizing a familiar name is Mike. Your Dad please. Yeah Mike is my dad. A lot of people might have known him from hemorrhagic town supervisor and Further back my grandmother ran a lot of the democratic campaigns and the in the sixties Mir Ryan and others and she was the spokesperson at City Hall for Awhile Outstanding Outstanding. How did you? How did you get to the White House in in? What did you do there her so actually after college? I applied for an internship and I got the internship and I was lucky enough that they they liked me and asked me to stay on for the last few years as a staff member and so I got to do a number of things you know working with state and local governments on different policy initiatives specifically with sports teams and leagues and athletes On the president's agenda and helping them through various issues like Zico virus and bowl and different things like that And you know frankly I got to work on a lot of Really important initiatives and it was it was obviously the of a lifetime to be able to serve their..

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"state assembly" Discussed on Sports 600 ESPN

Sports 600 ESPN

04:29 min | 3 years ago

"state assembly" Discussed on Sports 600 ESPN

"Bipartisan action in California this week the state Senate voting Wednesday to pass the fare paid to play act. thirty nine to nothing. California State Assembly approved the bill seventy three to nothing earlier this week. well now goes to governor Gavin Newsom who will have thirty days to decide whether or not to sign it into law earlier on ESPN radio on Freddie if it's Simmons ESPN's Dan Murphy you get them a crap Republicans are recreating a hundred percent across the board on anything is is a pretty big upset into double isn't saying for a long time that they're gonna take their heels in on anything that really bridges the gap from money that isn't directly tied to a college athlete education and they're they're still talking on that same point they're gonna try to see if there's ways that they can push a little bit further and try to make a compromise to make things a little bit better not they see that the winds are clearly changing in public perception is different about what college athletes deserve but they're going to dig their heels in and continue to do so on whether or not players can make money from endorsements Republican assemblyman Kevin Connolly said Wednesday's vote was a loud and clear message to the NC double a what is the likelihood that the governor will get that message and ruled in favor the once wild instead of going with the NC double a. yeah we know that for sure but I think it'd be pretty hard for the governor to veto a bill that has received such unanimous support all the way through the process he himself was you know done work in the past on behalf of college athletes right. and and stood up for college athletes a couple times in the past if you think that sort of but we can look at the try to decide whether he was signed into law if and when he does that it's really just the start of the process they're still three years before become law and there's a lot that's expected to happen in those three years a bunch of different states could jump on board and then signed similar laws there's a federal law in the works that your proposal for federal on the works that would basically do the same thing for every college in the country and then the you know the NC double a is also looking into potentially changing its rules so we there's a there's a long way from the finish line with this is probably the biggest domino to fall in what's been going on for ten twenty years now this but this Spiegel battle to try to get called out the a piece of the pie when it comes to abortion if this goes through and it goes into effect in two thousand twenty three it could really affect having national competitions or even a regional competition in the NC double a in the state of California how likely is it the NC double will be able to make that happen. yeah I I think I like I said they were a long way from that right twenty twenty three is the most of it almost every kid that on a college sports team right now is going to be gone by the time we get to that date well basically their argument is saying that if California is allowed to you know California law allows college athletes to make money that gives them such a huge unfair advantage of recruiting at the other forty nine states can't offer that same kind of deal good athletes that it would no longer be an equal playing field as far as the the rules the California schools are playing by and that being the case the NC double I wouldn't let them compete against an NC double a contest in March madness for example enough enough championships for many other college sports. so you know that that's kind of the the the correct the the leverage that the NC double a have the that is leading the lot of California schools actually to to oppose this bill because they don't want they're worried about being left out they don't want to be left out of those competitions event that's really the only bit of leverage the NC double a half at this point the legislation that has passed it is awaiting the governor's signature would not go into effect until twenty twenty three but it would make it illegal for California schools to take away an athlete scholarship or eligibility as punishment for accepting endorsement money the NC double a saying the legislation is harmful and unconstitutional and would upend the balance of national competition. for general ideas beyond radio W. NBA post season the storm an eighty four seventy four win over the links Seattle six straight postseason win at home dating back to last season Jordan Canada career high twenty six points..

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"state assembly" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

04:33 min | 3 years ago

"state assembly" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

"Like Los Angeles and San Francisco are like overwhelmed I mean struggling big time because cities like Los Angeles and San Francisco have gone out of their way to invite almost incentivize homeless people to come live in their cities. Left leaning policies. Long standing left leaning policies. In cities, like San Francisco and LA that make it legal for homeless people to go to the bathroom to urinate or defecate on the streets. I saw picture somewhere and some publication earlier today and out a sidewalk restaurant, people eating sidewalk restaurant in the city of San Francisco. And there's a homeless dude defecating right outside. That restaurant. The California state assembly. I guess believes that. This increased homelessness in all their cities. Is, is the result of a lack of affordable housing, so they want to make it easier for people to live in their cars. Live in their old RV's live in whatever vehicle. They've got. So a semblance Bill eight ninety one. Which passed one house of California's legislature and is now headed to the other says that major cities and counties must provide a safe parking lot. Including access to bathrooms. To those with no place to stay. Requiring cities to provide empty safe parking lots in their cities for homeless people who wanna live in their cars. The author of the Bill says he believes it will help transition. People living in these homeless encampments to more permanent housing options. He said establishing the safe parking programming. California's most populated cities and having at least one in each county will provide a safe place for vehicle dwelling. These programs can be overseeing controlled by local entities. They will result in these vehicles being moved away from nightly street parking and into designated. Lots to create a sense of normalcy for individuals who are living out of their vehicles. The goal of this measure is to help transition these individuals into more permanent housing. Man, this would impact, by the way, about thirty five cities in the state of California, requiring them. Two two. In essence create. Parking lots for homeless people. They can live in the cars. They can live in their vehicles. They've got to have access to bathrooms. Now here's what's really sad. I'll bet ya San Francisco. It'll pass. And I'll bet you most most, the politicians in San Francisco in Los Angeles, we'll probably be fine with it. And I don't know. I mean you've seen the pictures like I've seen the pictures. Homeless people living on the streets, homeless people living on the sidewalks almost people in San Francisco living in abandoned, alleys, and buildings. San Francisco and LA, San Francisco is so over crowded with homeless people. That some homeless people have begun building, makeshift boats, and rafts, so that they can live in house boats on the San Francisco Bay. You know, if you make it easier for people to be homeless in your city. You're going to get more homeless people in.

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"state assembly" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

02:20 min | 3 years ago

"state assembly" Discussed on KCRW

"The investigation of the shootings homicides in Chicago, searched more than seven hundred seventy three years ago, but have dropped in the last couple of years. Stocks finished mixed on Wall Street shares of Amazon, and Google parent company fell while Bank of America lowered its earnings estimate for several big company, citing trait tensions. This is NPR news. And the KCRW news on Monday, June third. Very good afternoon to you, Larry Parrella. Here's what's happening at four thirty to California. Attorney general. Havi are Sarah is suing the pharmaceutic. Company Purdue pharma over the marketing of the painkiller, Oxycontin, and that means California is joining a long list of states, counties, and cities, taking the company to court KCRW, Sherry Glaser reports attorney general, the Sarah accuses Purdue pharma in its former president, Richard Sackler of deceptive marketing, saying they promoted Oxycontin, as a safe and non addictive treatment for chronic pain. California ledges produce started the fire, and then poured gasoline on the opioid crisis boosting sales of Oxycontin, even as evidence piled up that had become while the most abused drugs in the country. The Sarah says during the decade ending in twenty seventeen more than fourteen thousand Californians died, a prescription opioid overdoses Purdue denies what it calls misleading attacks in points out that a lawsuit filed against the drug maker by the state of North Dakota was dismissed by judge last month. Purdue, by the way, has stopped marketing Oxycontin, last year, the state assembly has passed legislation that would give California the tough. Police use of force standards in the country, but black lives matter activists are not celebrating some local chapters which initially sponsored the legislation have dropped their backing, they say they don't agree with the compromise version of the Bill. They save weakened requirements for police to de-escalate before using a firearm black lives matter, Los Angeles, co-founder Bellina Abdullah. What happened was the removal of required deescalation as statute, or as law, basically state lawmakers deleted an explicit definition of necessary that had said police officers could open fire, only when there is no reasonable alternative civil rights groups like the ACLU has still a cheered the law, but Abdullah says that's about courtroom Justice. We don't want to be a part of litigation that comes after the fact what we were hopeful about with.

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"state assembly" Discussed on WTMJ 620

WTMJ 620

02:00 min | 3 years ago

"state assembly" Discussed on WTMJ 620

"Leader state assembly speaker, Robin Voss has said he may consider some form of marijuana legalization. But nothing recreational. The WTMJ forecast for your Easter Sunday war with a few clouds in the sky, but a high of sixty eight by the lakefront the high of seventy six inland for your Monday, Partly to mostly cloudy with some showers possible, but still staying warm high of sixty six by the lake check it out high of seventy four inland for your cooler with showers possible high of fifty two in for Wednesday, mostly sunny and a cool off by the lake high of fifty four by the lake high of sixty one inland. Sports. The brewers have their three game losing streak Saturday against the dodgers with a five to nothing victory. They're back at it today in the series conclusion. Our coverage begins right here on WTMJ at twelve thirty five and the books take down the pistons one thirteen to one zero nine Saturday night in game three they look for the series sweep on Monday books. Coverage begins right here WTMJ with flex tip off at six. I'm Greg hill. News Radio, I'm Greg hill. Newsradio WTMJ. No, it's Red Eye Radio. Gary McNamara and Eric Harley talk about everything from politics to social issues and news of the day, whether Europe leave or just starting your day. Welcome to the show from pilot flying j studios. This is Red Eye Radio all across America, eight six six ninety Red Eye. Gary he's Eric in the news today. The special counsel report outlines two main efforts by the Russian government to influence the two thousand sixteen election. I the report details efforts by the internet research agency, a Russian company with close ties to the Russian government to so social discord among American voters.

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"state assembly" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

06:11 min | 3 years ago

"state assembly" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"Whispering sweet nothings into their ears for his entire Washington career, and they put up with it because it was just Joe and his faction it physical style. Everybody knew it. They put up with. It was fine and dandy as long as he was a good sycophant for Obama as long as he kept his place as long even let him get away with telling guys wheelchairs to stand up. Until we realized the guy was actually in a wheelchair. Now, where is this criticism of Biden coming from all of a sudden, there's this gigantic story out there, Lucy Florez? Nevada State assembly woman. She has accused Biden of attacking her of molesting her of making her feel nervous of just making her field. Generally uncomfortable was sleazy. She didn't ask for it. And she says that because of all this. He's disqualified there's another woman out there with another picture her. Last name is Carter. She's the wife of Ashkar to secretary defense. One of them in the Obama administration. Vital standing behind her. She's got this. Nice smile on her face, tolerance, smile and Biden's massaging her shoulders and knows wing her neck standing behind her whispering into she's out. This is not a me too. Joe Biden, everybody knows he's harmless doesn't meeting by it. He's just has an affectionate physical style with women. And everybody knows that. It's okay. I do not want to be part of this. She said so Lucy Florez, but there's plenty of other women who do. And it is. I mean, it's becoming it is clear. Did I not tell you once or twice ago when the polls came out, and Biden was leading the pack, and he's still not prognosticate that the last thing. Democrats want to nominate is an old aging white guy. With all of this diversity, and all of the women who think they're men and all the men who think they're women in all of the. People of color and different sexual genders. Orientations are a mixture of all of that. The democrat party is trying to rebrand identify itself to be demographically in touch with whatever they think the new America is or is going to become a dinosaur like bite, it ain't gonna happen. And crazy Bernie had better. Keep a sharp. I out on what they're doing the Biden because he could be next. But it's fascinating to me FOX that all of the allegations coming forth about vitamins affectionate, physical style are from Democrats. All Democrats almost all of them are women Democrats and look at the evidence they've been collecting. Look at the evidence. They got look at how long they have remained silent about this. This is Joe Biden he has been a hero for eight years Obama because he was loyal, and he spoke well of Obama, great speeches for Obama at democrat conventions. Good stand Nimit, but nevertheless, been holding all of this stuff and keeping it for targeted release. Have you seen? There's there are video montages left and right both video and still shots of Biden loves Ling. The neck whispering into the ear smelling, the hair rubbing shoulders. How many there are? More than you can count. More than you can count there montages galore out there, and you know, why because it's been going on his entire career. They've got an entire Biden career video library of this affectionate, physical behavior. And it's not the first time. It's been pointed out over the years. Republicans have kind of raised eyebrows about this Democrats. Shrug it off. Now. That's just Joe when Joe would tell a guy paralyzed the waist down on a wheelchair to stand up. Just Joe when Joe plagiarize Neo catch just Joe. And now, it's Joe's affectionate, physical style. As they attempt to defend him here in the Washington Post, dick Durbin, dick turban, the Democrats center, Melania. He's the he's the he's the whip in the Senate. Hear what he said about these allegations against Biden. Certainly one allegation is not disqualifying. But it should be taken seriously. Now does that sound like Biden may not believe Lucy Flores? I thought the women had to be believed. Whenever such an allegation was made. It was slam dunk. You had to believe the woman. And the woman in question is not only a former democrat officeholder. She's also a woman of color last name is flawed. Gets worse. Vox, even the grandfather, the democrat, radical socialists crazy, Bernie has basically said the same thing Bernie said, and I quote, I'm not sure that one incident alone disqualifies anybody. Meaning from running for president. So I guess if you're democrat you get a free I grope. But after that..

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"state assembly" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

06:04 min | 3 years ago

"state assembly" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"With it because it was just Joe and his affection it physical style. Everybody knew it. They put up with it. It was fine and dandy as long as he was a good sycophant for Obama as long as he kept his place as long even let him get away with telling guys wheelchairs to stand up. Until he realized the guy was actually in a wheelchair. Now, where is this criticism of Biden coming from all of a sudden, there's this gigantic story out there. Lucy floor is. Nevada State assembly woman. She hasn't Cusack. Biden of attacking her of molesting her of making her feel nervous of just making her feel generally uncomfortable. It was sleazy. She didn't ask for it. And she says that because of all this. He's disqualified there's another woman out there with another picture her. Last name is Carter. She's the wife of Ashkar to secretary defense. One of them in the Obama administration inviting standing behind her she's got this. Nice smile on her face, tolerance, smile and Biden's massaging her shoulders and knows Ling her neck standing behind her whispering into she's out. This is not a me too moment. Joe Biden everybody knows he's harmless doesn't meeting by. He's just has an affectionate physical style with women. And everybody knows that. It's okay. I do not want to be part of this. She said so Lucy Flora's, but there's plenty of. Of other women who do. And it is. I mean, it's becoming it is clear did I not tell you once or twice ago when the polls came out, and Biden was leading the pack, and he still is that that I did not prognosticate at the last thing. The Democrats want to nominate is an old aging white guy. With all of this diversity in all of the women who think they're men and all the men who think they're women and all of the. People of color and different sexual genders. Orientations are mixture of all of that. The democrat party is trying to rebrand identified self to be demographically in touch with whatever they think the new America is or is going to become an a dinosaur. Like by the ain't gonna happen and crazy Bernie had better. Keep a sharp eye out on what they're doing to Biden because he could be next. But it's fascinating to me FOX that all of the allegations coming forth about vitamins affectionate, physical style are Democrats. All Democrats almost all of them are women Democrats and look at the evidence they've been collecting. Look at the they've got look at how long they have remained silent about this. This is Joe Biden he has been a hero for eight years ring Obama because he was loyal, and he spoke well of Obama did great speeches for Obama at democrat conventions. He was a good stand in. But they never the less been holding all of this stuff and keeping it for targeted release. There. Have you seen? There's there are video montages left and right both video and still shots of Biden. Nuzzling the neck whispering into the air smelling, the hair rubbing shoulders, you how many there are. That more than you can count. More than you can count their montages galore out there, and you know, why because it's been going on his entire career. They've got an entire Biden career video library of this affectionate, physical behavior. And it's not the first time. It's been pointed out over the years. Republicans have kind of raised eyebrows about this Democrats. Shrug it off. Nah. That's just Joe. When Joe tell a guy paralyze the waist down in a wheelchair to stand up. That's just Joe when Joe plagiarized Neil catch just Joe. And now, it's Joe's affectionate, physical style. As they attempt to defend him here in the Washington Post, dick Durbin, dick turban. The democrat Senator Melania? He's the he's the he's the whip in the Senate. Hear what he said about these allegations against Biden. He's certainly one allegation is not disqualifying. But it should be taken seriously. Now does that sound like Biden may not believe Lucy Flores, I thought women had to be believed. I bought whenever such an allegation was made. It was slam dunk. You had to believe the woman. And the woman in question is not only a former democrat officeholder. She's also a woman of color last name is Florida's. Gets worse. Vox, even the grandfather, the democrat, radical socialist crazy Bernie has basically said the same thing Bernie said, and I quote, I'm not sure that one incident alone disqualifies anybody. Meaning from running for president. So I guess if you're democrat you get a free I grope. But after that..

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"state assembly" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

02:24 min | 3 years ago

"state assembly" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"Here. A clip from the Virginia state assembly set, correct state assembly. There's a Bill that the Democrats have passed that allows a woman to have an abortion. Literally to the last minute of pregnancy. There is zero restrictions zero. The only qualification is will giving birth affect her mental health. Which means anything, obviously. So once yes, I'll be unhappy. If I give birth. Okay. So that that ends the in other words for any reason. A woman who is pregnant wants there is a. A right to an abortion in Virginia, New York. And I think Vermont already a pass such laws. I know New York has check on for months. Okay. Anyway. So I want you to hear a woman who is a sponsor of the Bill. Is being asked questions by. By a member of the assembly. Let's see here. Virginia democratic delegate Kathy trend. And taught Gilbert also a member of the Republican delegate is asking her about the the the Bill here you go. So how late in the third trimester. Would you be able to do that? It's very unfortunate that our physicians at a witnesses were not able to attend today to speak specific. And I'm talking about your Bill how how late in the third trimester could a physician performance abortion. If he indicated it would impair the mental health of the of the woman or physical half. Okay. Talking about the mental health. So I mean through the third trimester the third trimester goes all the way up to forty weeks. Okay. But to the end of the third trimester. I don't think we have a limit in the Bill so..

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"state assembly" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

760 KFMB Radio

07:08 min | 3 years ago

"state assembly" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

"In the city. I mentioned this group yesterday. There's a group the group that does this that stops everything they're headquartered right near where this new airport development might be if that thing ever happens, and these are the people they just crush every project Zambia go and they're happy to be headquartered right next to the airport. So there's no way they're gonna let anything could built near them. But this is the group that called save our heritage. They're the ones behind trying to kill this Balboa park project the project. Yes. So this is the plan where you enter by ballpark on laurel as is the bridge over the big beautiful bridge. Right. Coming into the. The park and in the plan would be instead of driving through all the museums on the cobblestone street and every time I do that. I feel like I'm not supposed to do that. Like, I feel like I'm driving on the sidewalk or something every day when you drive by the old globe. And instead of that rape before you get all the museums. You would turn right and go into an underground parking lot and everything above the parking lot. It'd be turned into park space like parks, actual parks. Not a place to park, your car parks grass and they're against this. Who's against this? How could you possibly be? Because this what's the what's the problem? This is the perfect example to prove that these people are reflexively against all development. No matter what how can you be against? If you're like environmentalist. Preserve our heritage person. How are you against the plan that builds more park space in in bubble park? They went through the courts are sued for years and years. Here's what like a decade into this dumb thing. So the court said, no, of course. That's fine. So the city council approved seventy five million dollars for the project. And now, we got the bids. The lowest bid is eighty three million and the highest one hundred seventeen million, and as we know every government project is at least two and a half times as much as they say. So we're talking about two hundred fifty million dollars when all said and done. But is this the craziest thing if something this simple this simple parking garage underground parking garage. Can't be built. You think sandbag is going to be able to build a Grand Central terminal next to the airport. Place. Great idea of four as lavar now willing to hear a lot more of you could busy the way. But. Chat about how good of an idea. Moving on. Mid one little random story here. And then I got a little more to say about the. Covington goods, so the Colorado state assembly and actually I want to tie this into camera Harris as well. We talked about on FOX friends this morning. The Colorado state assembly. Woman proposed a resolution honoring the Reverend Martin Luther King junior and some fellow members of the Colorado state assembly members of the black caucus have denied her. They've stopped her from presenting this resolution, and she says a black member told her this is not about you. This is about our heritage. So to seventy woman couldn't put forth a resolution honoring Dr Martin Luther King junior because she is white. That's where we are today. It's like someone needs to read a little more about Martin Luther King junior and his message. One reason why his message was so successful. And why it was so inclusive for everyone is that it was not rooted in a races heritage, which doesn't even exist race doesn't exist. But we'll save that for another day. It's not rooted in heritage. MLK's message was rooted in American ideals. He appealed constantly to the founding of this country to the founders of this country to the declaration of independence into the bible for his authority. He did not appeal to Africa or whatever he did appeal to a heritage. If anything it was American heritage is what he appealed to. But now you have the Blackhawks group in Colorado saying it's about our heritage. What are you talking about? This is how divided we are today. This. We're so divided. We can't add park land to Balboa park without people getting all up in arms, and we can't have white people honor Martin Luther King junior. That's the state of the world today. America today. I wanna come back. We'll have to do this a little later, but we talked about spreads. You're talking about Campbell hairs. I don't think camel hair stands a chance. Yeah. I know you don't keep even heard on certain Getty today. They were talking about kind of the favorite as of now. So the the media elite the stream media they are actively promoting her as the front runner. Yeah. They want her to win. So I saw CNN's doing a town hall with her. Are they doing it with anybody else? Of course, not the big big time. Right. So near towns, I got some side by side here. We gotta take a break we do this later, but they did a side by side of Campbell Harrison Tulsi Gabbard, she's the Hawaiian congresswoman and they described Campbell Harris as having history-making potential because she's black or dad is black thing. But they never said that congressman Gabbard has history-making potential. She's molin. She's a Samoan Marian. Are they were dad was Simone? Right. So they never, but that's because they don't like they don't want her because she used to be for gay marriage. So she's out, but but New York Times camel Harris, all she has history-making potential winner. We gonna get the cupid with Mary man, article from camel hair. Oh, I just wanna make sure I wanna make sure Gavin Newsom gets those articles. I just wanna make sure we jumped ahead of that. Harris should have said that on vices. Just like pause. Mary, man. Six. Zerorez. 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