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"steve sisolak" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"My goal is to be there on one pig That's something I've been dreaming of some kids It feels better to be number one than number 5 I wear a number because of my We have a chance to go for three in a row Good numbers are the good times And I first started wearing that number I would just have them proud Bloomberg business of sports The number of the week Hey Hey Guess what It's time for the number of the week Huddle around the set kids 'cause you can play at home too And watch our two contestants just have some fun and snarly I don't know if there's fun in this because when you defeated every week you know It's like The Real Housewives of the businesses sports fan This is great All right let's bring it on Here we go Digging in Good news for Las Vegas They are going to bring a Formula One race back to sin city and it's going to take place in November Good for them It's going to be a night race Nevada governor Steve sisolak said the city is expecting about a 170,000 visitors on race weekend Now what I want to know is what is the estimated economic impact according to Sicily That this race is going to bring Is it this year This is November Who would like to go first I'm going to just throw a number out there Okay go ahead This has cost me in the past by the way This is not a good strategy but I'm going to say $720 million $720 million I'm going to use the B word 1 billion as in B billion Yes you both went over but I'm going to give it the scarlet because they're expecting an impact of a half a $1 billion Look at that Oh look at that Look at that Look at that Wow Wow Look at that Steve sisolak the governor is expecting that weekend like I said a 170,000 visitors on race weekend to account for 400,000 nights of hotel rooms So scarlet won What do I win I'm bragging rights obviously I think you should go see the boss and you should cover that race that weekend Boy Talk about someone sounding snotty man I love it Oh I think you should take your butt there ain't no cover today This is the Bloomberg business of sports Maybe.
California, Nevada Governors Tour Site of Huge Wildfire
"The governors of California and Nevada toward the site of a huge wildfire the one hundred six quare mile Tamarac fire near Lake Tahoe is more than halfway surrounded by containment lines it's not stopping folks it's continuing its continue restaurant that was before Nevada governor Steve Sisolak says more federal help is needed and that can start with more firefighters the ghosts are paid more money I mean it's hard as you spoke your work that they deserve to be paid to what they're doing they're not doing this for the money I was dear to you California governor Gavin Newsom says the approach to these fires needs to change the world is changing because the climate is changing last year a record breaking year in the state of California your date with close to four times the acres park the valuation orders in both states have been lifted but hotter drier weather is returning I'm a Donahue
Drought-Stricken Nevada Enacts Ban on 'Non-Functional' Grass
"Hi Mike Rossi reporting drought stricken the vada emacs a ban on non functional grass Nevada will be the first state to enact a permanent ban on certain categories of grass governor Steve Sisolak signed legislation Friday that will outlaw about thirty one percent of the grass in the Las Vegas area beginning in twenty twenty seven the ban applies to so called non functional turf including grass at office parks in street medians at entrances to housing developments a drought is drying up the Colorado River that serves as the region's primary water source lake Mead and lake Powell the two reservoir restoring Colorado River water are both projected to shrink to levels this year that would trigger the region's first ever official shortage declaration triggering reductions to water allocated to Nevada and Arizona hi Mike Rossio
The Latest: Nevada to open vaccination to everyone over 16
"Hi Mike Rossi a reporting the vada prepares to open up corona virus vaccinations to everyone over sixteen the vada is opening up corona virus vaccinations to all residents ages sixteen and older next month governor Steve Sisolak announced Wednesday starting April fifth all of that in sixteen and older can begin making vaccine appointments roughly sixty one percent of the Vedas population is older than eighteen and younger than sixty five last week president Joe Biden announced the goal of having everyone eighteen years and older eligible for vaccines by may first in all states hi Mike Rossio
Sisolak marks one year since COVID-19 1st detected in Nevada
"I'm Julie Walker Nevada is criticizing Texas in telling tourists to forget Florida instead come there because of covert protocols they deem much safer unification with my family the people that I love the most I'm gonna go right through the state the state governor Steve Sisolak also state the gold standard for hospitality and tourism event will be the safest place they have a convention or to come and visit you says that's because a protocol to reviewing work best in Texas or Florida yeah we're when when you come here social access you know shutting down casinos at the start hurt but in the end it also prevented even more deaths you can bring to the company that you cannot bring somebody back if they pass the bottle lost five thousand and twenty two the corona virus as of Friday I'm Julie Walker
"steve sisolak" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network
"Supreme court justice warns against using corona virus to restrict our freedoms it a speech to the conservative federalist society associate justice samuel alito was sounding the alarm about the lockdown imposed because of the pandemic alito saying whatever one may think about the covert restrictions we surely don't want them to become a recurring feature after the pandemic has passed this as the incoming biden administration considers pushing from warlock dials with surging. The justice adding it's an indisputable statement of fact that we have never before seen restrictions as severe extensive and prolonged the federalist society is holding its annual convention. Virtually due to the pandemic. Tom reghati fox news. The governor of nevada has tested positive for covid. Nevada democratic governor steve sisolak says he has tested positive for covid after taking a rapid test. He doesn't have any symptoms though and is waiting on the results of molecular test. His staff and close contacts. Were being notified but this lock says he only had one offsite event he went to recently a ribbon cutting at reno. Dmv he said it just puts the spotlight on the fact that you can take all the precautions and still contract the virus as cases begin to tick up. Nevada the positivity rate in the state is especially high as the entire west coast is seeing a surge in cova cases. Jessica rosenthal fox news. Hundreds of thousands are expected to watch the space x launch in person near cape canaveral. Florida david boden with faucet affiliate w. o. Nfl reports scary. Johnson drove with his family all the way from illinois. At least fifteen years. We've been coming here to jedi park and get as close as we possibly can provide. County officials are expecting many others like gary to flock to the area to see history in the making..
Nevada Governor Steve Sisolak tests positive for COVID-19
"The governor of nevada has tested positive for covid. Nevada democratic governor steve sisolak says he has tested positive for covid after taking a rapid test. He doesn't have any symptoms though and is waiting on the results of molecular test. His staff and close contacts. Were being notified but this lock says he only had one offsite event he went to recently a ribbon cutting at reno. Dmv he said it just puts the spotlight on the fact that you can take all the precautions and still contract the virus as cases begin to tick up. Nevada the positivity rate in the state is especially high as the entire west coast is seeing a surge in cova
"steve sisolak" Discussed on AP News
"In open defiance of his own administration's pandemic health guidelines and state regulations president trump posted his first indoor rally since June this one Sunday night in Nevada in the warehouse near Las Vegas most people not wearing masks and no social distancing trump said we're defeating the coronavirus would make in that round beautiful last turn the virus is still claiming 1000 lives a day in the U. S. in Nevada gatherings are limited to 15 people and democratic governor Steve Sisolak criticized trump went on the attack you have a governor right now is a political hack he also unloaded on challenger Joe Biden used the worst candidate in the history of presidential politics Biden's campaign said in a statement every rally turned super spreader that trump decides to hold serves as another reminder he refuses to take the pandemic seriously I'm Julie Walker
In defiance of Nevada governor, Trump holds indoor rally
"In open defiance of his own administration's pandemic health guidelines and state regulations president trump posted his first indoor rally since June this one Sunday night in Nevada in the warehouse near Las Vegas most people not wearing masks and no social distancing trump said we're defeating the coronavirus would make in that round beautiful last turn the virus is still claiming one thousand lives a day in the U. S. in Nevada gatherings are limited to fifteen people and democratic governor Steve Sisolak criticized trump went on the attack you have a governor right now is a political hack he also unloaded on challenger Joe Biden used the worst candidate in the history of presidential politics Biden's campaign said in a statement every rally turned super spreader that trump decides to hold serves as another reminder he refuses to take the pandemic seriously I'm Julie Walker
"steve sisolak" Discussed on KDWN 720AM
"Year was presented during Thursday's regular board meeting I would really hope that teachers who are also in the formal populations also just be allowed to teach those remotely who's gonna be cleaning between covers and how will this be monitored and tracked is this doesn't work for them they need more support the group focused more on clarification in conversation during Thursday's assume board of trustees meeting spending hours combing through specific details regarding the superintendent's suggestions to blended learning and limit some poor slang coming into the fall semester the plan for a combination of in class an adult learning has not yet been approved Republican leaders say they won't sign on to the sweeping police overhaul legislation passed by the house late Thursday which produced promotional debate on racial inequality from both sides exactly one month after the death of George Floyd ended today after a Senate police reform bill crumble today's two hundred and thirty six the nays are one hundred and eighty one postmodernity pelo see announces passage of the George Floyd justice in policing act to address systemic racism curb police brutality and bring accountability some Republicans say it goes too far well Georgia Republican congressman Barry Loudermilk question the protest of what happened in this country today I don't understand partisan divide could mean nothing gets done in Congress to address racial bias in policing Jackie Quinn Washington the moratorium on residential addictions and foreclosures in Nevada enacted March twenty ninth amid record job losses and layoffs due to cope with nineteen will be discontinued in phases over the summer according to governor Steve Sisolak that moratorium had originally been set to expire on June thirtieth the governor's latest emergency directive allows residential addictions and foreclosures to resume in full on September first for non payment of rents and no cause evictions with a check on our weather here's news stories Kendall Kim this morning will be waking up to a few clouds overhead mostly sunny skies by.
"steve sisolak" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM
"Podcasts dot com America is listening to fox news listen print court delivering a big victory for the L. G. B. T. Q. community on Monday the Supreme Court ruling in a six to three vote that a key provision of the landmark Civil Rights Act of nineteen sixty four known as title seven the bar's job discrimination because of race color national origin and religion also protects gay lesbian and transgender people the president reacting in the cabinet room well they've ruled I've read the decision and some people were surprised but they ruled and we live with that decision that's what it's all about we live with the decision of the Supreme Court justice Samuel Alito in a dissent joined by justices Thomas and capital writing there is only one word from what the court has done today legislation in Washington John decker fox news viewers food and drug administration has for the first time approved a video game for treating attention deficit hyperactivity disorder in children about as governor Steve Sisolak says current limits on businesses and gatherings will remain in place while health officials evaluate whether the state's uptick in corona virus cases is cause for concern a group of tourists sent home from Hawaii for violating quarantine orders aloha means goodbye and good riddance for a group of tourists arrested on suspicion of violating Hawaii's corona virus quarantine cantor Carter says she and twenty fellow travelers from the group carbonation have agreed to a packed up after residents harassed them at their vacation house and sent death threats online Carter says the group didn't realize the fourteen day quarantine for all people arriving in the state would be strictly enforced and they let the excitement of being in Hawaii cloud their judgement by stopping at a beach park instead of going straight to their rental home Carter describes the group as misunderstood but they got the message loud and clear don't let the ocean hit you on the way out Steve Rappaport fox news Jack Callahan this is fox news W. C. B. M. Baltimore increasing rain chances for mid and late week here with rain thunderstorms in the forecast Wednesday Thursday Friday Saturday here a kind of a wet.
"steve sisolak" Discussed on KDWN 720AM
"I give him credit when he actually deployed the National Guard the day before say Michael this was shot by the way Sir but I actually have a credit for that I I heard you I can't I can't rock a bye gave Steve I give Steve Sisolak we did we never talk about Barack Obama we front up rock we rarely have conversations clock but never one positive thing is him right now what we talk about shop every day if we talk about a bomb every single day I would say probably five or six possibly so if you want your if your Sir talk about Brock about every single day if you wanna make that that week that week generalization which if you want all right well I think you'd be better if we talk about Barack Obama every single day I promise you I will say two hundred percent times more pleasant things about Barack Obama that you would ever save us all if you if you want to say that I don't think about myself okay if I could talk if you want to say that I have trump derangement syndrome and do what the right wing whackos do that's on you and I will just turn it on you like I always do with idiots who make statements like that you can't say if I'm not you know not support I could just finish without being interrupted again I will respond by saying you have trump **** syndrome you go down on the president every single day you were the Donald Trump NY patch you kisses **** and anytime anybody criticize them for anything you defend the area which is not true at all okay yeah I have I have gone out of my way not as bad don't show up on many many occasions get back but I do give him credit where credit is due I absolutely you're very critical the president all right two five seven five three nine six go to David David you're next on the Vegas stay with updated really got about calling in but I did you kind of made my point that I was going to make and that is that you know a lot of these guys declare themselves as being quote unquote autonomous and put up signs that say you're not leaving the United States that makes them insurrection right is it end of story and that you can spend on the military immediately you can't though because if you're not answering your soil anymore they're insurrectionist and by that definition that's why they changed it may all right and and that's it and that's why now what if these autonomous zone started picking up all over the country they would be taking out almost immediately but the only reason why it went that way the military hasn't gone in and done their business and probably deported everyone there is because this is so embarrassing for the United States and so good for Donald Trump in able to see what what radical thinking can actually create that that's all I will that's why this still existed all right so you guys could have your love fest here but I would say was that's what's important I don't know I had a chance to respond to what you I'll keep I'll keep you on the line Sir as far as what jadis comments this is embarrassing for the United States I'll tell you what's embarrassing for the United States to words Donald Trump I'll go on to say that Sir I agree with what you just said peaceful idiots I think that is a very fair characterization of who they are I think they're peaceful idiots in fact I've called them idiots I've never on the show defended what they are doing but the right wing I haven't and and I would being that's fair anyway understand understood understood I'm not a liberal and I'm not saying you call the one I'm not a liberal I'm not a Democrat what I am as I try to be honest with my opinion some people are going to greet some people gonna disagree these people are not violent criminals they're not terrorists now is there a possibility that there might be a few bad actors there sure that's certainly a possibility Sir but what I am telling you is that there are five for example were chard Brooks the guy who was shot and killed a lancer that's a violent criminal thank god I deserve to get shot these people in Seattle do not deserve to get shot they're not violent criminals they don't deserve to spend the rest of our lives in general they are committing crimes anyway I and I totally agree with you know for example I live in Summerlin if people in Summerlin suddenly started you know where we we pay for this stuff and now we don't want to be a part of United States anymore well I still want to be part of United States so I get about you so I don't think everybody in that search box on it saying Hey I don't want to change any more and yet somehow the small majority hi jacked up because there's been a big news of a foreign right I agree with that listen they're idiots they're stupid as you as you as you characterize them as their peaceful although they're not serious violent crime compromise and say eighty twenty eighty twenty piece of audio and twenty twenty percent twenty percent of bad intentions and in some case and it would be and based on what's been happening on various videos there there are some that would like to to get involved in some nefarious acts and I would also just say going back to report that we had the top the our guys is that this is a unique situation because it's Seattle and it's a fixed ultra short liberal area and as Hannah Scott from Cairo radio said these idiot sees peacefully it says Brian call some are getting aided by the local businesses there and by the local government so this is a unique situation I don't think it happened in Summerlin because.
"steve sisolak" Discussed on KCRW
"Halt once things do start to open up Gustafson another's predict fewer visitors will be flying in from far away I can do that at its casinos that are the state's biggest industry and when governor Steve Sisolak ordered nonessential businesses to close in March they went from boom to bust overnight David for all he is chief operating officer of monarch casino and resort which owns the Atlantis casino it had been open twenty four hours a day never closing our list probably doesn't even have locks on the doors for he's not sure when they'll be open again meanwhile I'm Cindy Gustafson says well hotels are still closed restaurants are starting to reopen with new guidelines around social distancing both sides want to be protected from each other in doing that during what should be the kick off of the busiest tourist time is a significant challenge for NPR news I'm Bert Johnson in Reno and I'm Taylor was in northern Michigan where many small businesses relying on summer visitors are facing challenges to governor Gretchen Whitmer allowed some of the region and the upper peninsula to open but many struggle with how the lead track visitors this year on a cloudless seventy five degree may afternoon the Silver Lake dunes are quiet it's a very unusual normally the roaring sound of dune buggies speeding forty miles an hour up sandy hills would echo everywhere Silver Lake students are the only ones east of the Mississippi allowing vehicles they tracked thousands of people from all over the world to the small coastal town of mir's today at Silver Lake buggy rentals some workers are repairing vehicles owner Judy ruby says they won't be in service this weekend that's because Michigan's governor hasn't opened the dunes for recreation yet maybe says some respective tourists aren't taking it so well when she breaks the news to them I don't want to be the brunt of their anger so I think the lock the doors and go home hi Ricky won't open until the governor stay at home order expires late next week she says by then chill of lost more than a hundred thousand dollars in cancelled reservations as of just a great big giant black hole with a question mark in it I'm just real curious to see it depends on how well we do here if we open at all and if we don't think that our house is paid for by the iconic Mackinac Island is permitted to open this weekend but won't the city council just voted to stop its ferry service to the quaint village where horses far outnumber cars city council member Steven Moskowitz says the only sounds on the road now are the horse drawn wagons from one end to the other from some of the lake view to downturn market park I only see four people Moscow says some shops will open next weekend with hotels possibly opening later in June Steve we leave a bank regulator who lives in a suburb of Detroit says he's bringing his family to his harbor springs cottage for the weekend we understand how people probably feel live there year round about people coming from Detroit area but we are we're going to hear the rules I'm do all the things that we're doing down here is that maybe enjoy a little bit more of the freedoms that are opening up up in the northern part of the state join others anxiously awaiting a visit to their summer tourist spot for NPR news in traverse city I'm Taylor Westar I'm Liz Baker on Honeoye lake one of the smallest of central new York's finger lakes we're summer residents have already arrived you can tell by looking out on the water at night you see a circle of reflected lights from both stocks and summer homes something you usually don't see until after Memorial Day this year some some residents came back even before the snow has stopped falling here to shelter in place away from regions with high our numbers of Kobe nineteen cases we've been growing you are summer cottage every weekend and the first weekend in April which we have never done the old Wyler and her family have been coming from a buffalo suburb every weekend there's less covered here and more to do while isolating there's nothing better than being on a lake the finger lakes region is in stage one of re opening which means restaurants and bars are still closed as are most other seasonal businesses that would normally reopened for the tourism influx Kelly waters kayak rental business on can indigo lake is allowed to open this weekend with some precautions SO that kayaks are gonna have to be sanitized after the customers get out of the water as well as the life jackets she typically do brisk business from tourists arriving from Rochester Syracuse even New York City when it comes to wineries in lodging we can't ask the locals to help us or support us we're a hundred percent reliant on tourism Lou classic owns a now empty motel with stunning views of Seneca lake he's also the mayor of Watkins Glen a historic village full of restaurants and seasonal businesses catering to the hundreds of thousands of tourists who come here for wine tasting tours food festivals and NASCAR races to use an analogy were like farmers we only have one season to grow our crops we lose that we don't make it up in the winter on the other hand he points out that the region has been relatively unscathed by covert nineteen there's been under thirty five hundred cases for an area spanning nine counties let's look is trying to take the pandemic in stride we hope that this is just one summer and we can look back on it and we can say do you remember that summer twenty twenty that we all made it through it and our business is survived ends he says he'd rather sacrifice now than suffer a second wave in the fall that would shut down leaf peeping.
Caesars Entertainment to reopen Caesars Palace, Flamingo Las Vegas first
"Entertainment says Caesar's palace on the flamingo will be their first properties to reopen in Las Vegas and will suspend paid self parking the company plans to reopen the two separate properties when about allows and will comply with reopening directives from the battered governor Steve Sisolak Nevada gaming control board and public health authorities both properties will offer lodging dining options and access to outdoor pools as well as slot machines and table games
"steve sisolak" Discussed on KQED Radio
"Halt once things do start to open up Gustafson another's predict fewer visitors will be flying in from far away I can do that at its casinos that are the state's biggest industry and when governor Steve Sisolak ordered nonessential businesses to close in March they went from boom to bust overnight David for all he is chief operating officer of monarch casino and resort which owns the Atlantis casino it had been open twenty four hours a day never closing our letters probably doesn't even have locks on the doors for he's not sure when they'll be open again meanwhile I'm Cindy Gustafson says well hotels are still closed restaurants are starting to reopen with new guidelines around social distancing both sides want to be protected from each other in doing that during what should be the kick off of the busiest tourist time is a significant challenge for NPR news I'm Bert Johnson in Reno and I'm Taylor was in northern Michigan where many small businesses relying on summer visitors are facing challenges to governor Gretchen Whitmer allowed some of the region and the upper peninsula to open but many struggle with how the lead track visitors this year on a cloudless seventy five degree may afternoon the Silver Lake dunes are quiet it's a very unusual normally the roaring sound of dune buggies speeding forty miles an hour up sandy hills would echo everywhere Silver Lake students are the only ones east of the Mississippi allowing vehicles they tracked thousands of people from all over the world to the small coastal town of mir's today at Silver Lake buggy rentals some workers are repairing vehicles owner Judy ready says they won't be in service this weekend that's because Michigan's governor hasn't opened the dunes for recreation yet ruby says some respective tourists aren't taking it so well when she breaks the news to them I don't want to be the brunt of their anger so I think the lock the doors and go home hi Ricky won't open until the governor stay at home order expires late next week she says by then chill of lost more than a hundred thousand dollars in cancel preservation isn't just a great big giant black hole with a question mark in it I'm just real curious to see it depends on how well we do here if we open at all and if we don't think that our house is paid for by the iconic Mackinac Island is permitted to open this weekend but won't the city council just voted to stop its ferry service to the quaint village where horses far outnumber cars city councilmember Stephen moss was says the only sounds on the road now are the horse drawn wagons from one end to the other room some of the lake view to downturn market park I only see four people Moscow says some shops will open next weekend with hotels possibly opening later in June Steve we leave a bank regulator who lives in a suburb of Detroit says he's bringing his family to his harbor springs cottage for the weekend we understand how people probably feel live there year round about people coming from Detroit area but we are working here to the rules I'm do all the things that we're doing down here is that maybe enjoy a little bit more of the freedoms that are opening up up in the northern part of the state join others anxiously awaiting a visit to their summer tourist spot for NPR news in traverse city I'm Taylor western I'm Liz Baker on honey you a lake one of the smallest of central new York's finger lakes we're summer residents have already arrived you can tell by looking out on the water at night you see a circle of reflected light from both stocks and summer homes something you usually don't see until after Memorial Day this year some some residents came back even before the snow has stopped falling here to shelter in place away from regions with high our numbers of Kobe nineteen cases we've been going through our summer cottage every weekend in the first week in April which we have never done the old Wyler and her family have been coming from a buffalo suburb every weekend there's less covered here and more to do while isolating there's nothing better than being on a lake region is in stage one of re opening which means restaurants and bars are still closed as are most other seasonal businesses that would normally reopened for the tourism influx Kaylee Woodard skyjack rental business I can inject awake is allowed to open this weekend with some precautions SO that kayaks are gonna have to be sanitized after the customers get out of the water as well as the light jackets she typically do brisk business from tourists arriving from Rochester Syracuse even New York City when it comes to wineries and lodging we can't ask the locals to help us or support us we're a hundred percent reliant on tourism live classic until now and to motel with stunning views of Seneca lake he's also the mayor of Watkins Glen historic village full of restaurants and seasonal businesses catering to the hundreds of thousands of tourists who come here for wine tasting tours food festivals and NASCAR races to use an analogy were like farmers we only have one season to grow our crops we lose that we don't make it up in the winter on the other hand he points out that the region has been relatively unscathed by covert nineteen there's been under thirty five hundred cases for an area spanning nine counties let's look is trying to take the pandemic in stride we hope that this is just one summer and we can look back on it and we can say do you remember that summer twenty twenty that we all made it through it and our business is survived ends he says he'd rather sacrifice now than suffer second wave in the fall that would shut down leaf peeping season a time even.
"steve sisolak" Discussed on WTVN
"Without a governor Steve Sisolak is allowing some businesses to open on Sunday including beauty and barber shops and nail salons president trump says he isn't worried that his personal valet tested positive for covert nineteen I've had very little contact personal contact with this gentleman you know who is a good person but I've had very little contact my kids were had very little contact with them but Mike was tested and I was tested with both instances they were both negative Attorney General William Barr says the justice department could not prove that president trump's former national security adviser committed a crime so we dropped its case against him Michael Flynn admitted to lying to the FBI during the Russia investigation you are listening to ABC news news radio six ten WTVN Allison Wyant Ohio's restaurants and hair and nail salons can re opened this month outside dining at restaurants can resume on may fifteenth that same day hair salons can welcome their first customers and then dine in service at restaurants he said to come back on may twenty first the businesses are just the latest in a phased in opening approach that the governor has implemented to keep Ohio's positive cove in nineteen cases at a manageable level and as these steps to re open the economy or take in the Ohio department of job and family services says another sixty one thousand Ohioans filed for unemployment last week our news partners at ABC six say that brings the total of unemployed in the state to nearly one million two hundred thousand over the last seven weeks station wide nearly three point two million Americans applied for unemployment that makes thirty three and a half million unemployed Americans in just seven weeks the overall worry is the lasting impacts many who are still working and have their hours reduced others have had their pay cut some jobs that went away might never come back but laid off Americans are optimistic they'll get their jobs back when the covert nineteen restrictions on businesses and a new Washington post Ipsos poll finds more than three fourths of laid off or furloughed workers expect to be re hired by other companies once the lockdown ends around sixty percent think it's very likely they'll be back in their old job economists warn however that given the sheer scale of the crisis more than thirty million out of work since the pandemic took hold some of those furloughs could become permanent one economic report out of the university of Chicago for cancer just over forty percent of recent layoffs will result in permanent job losses as companies go out of business work operate at reduced capacity Michael Kastner NBC news radio and in an effort to help slow the spread of the deadly virus an annual summertime tradition in Columbus has now been canceled the organizers of red white and boom say the twenty twenty celebration will not be held this year instead and online and televised it July fourth special will air in its place starting on July first through the fourth and some of my Republicans are looking to limit the power of the department of health director Republican representatives proposed an amendment that would stem the authority of the department by limiting stay at home orders to no more than fourteen days but the governor's office says if that bill lands on his desk he will veto it this news us survey sample legacy retirement group.
"steve sisolak" Discussed on KDWN 720AM
"On one oh one five F. M. seven twenty AM he don what about the biggest picture but she girls he would as well broadcast live on a Friday as you know governor Steve Sisolak held a press conference yesterday looking at when do we start phase one lot doesn't seem like it's gonna happen tomorrow could be before the fifteenth of may could be around the fifteenth debate looks like that's probably what's going to happen then it's gonna take minimum of two to three weeks that's what he said minimum of two to three weeks before we move to phase two so the guy we have with us on the line right now he is with the retail association of Nevada obviously an industry that is mightily struggling all local businesses are struggling right now certainly retail and his name is Brian Wachter he joins us right on the line Brian I appreciate you coming on how are you fine well thank you for having me reporting sure you bet so I guess my first question would be a loaded question your thoughts on governor Sisolak your thoughts on what he's done in the retail industry local business do you think he's going about it the right way what would you say to Steve Sisolak right now what we would say that we appreciate I think the the cautious optimism that he showed yesterday at the press conference I I believe wholeheartedly that he and and all of our elected officials want the economy back up and running they're not keeping up close because you know there there's a a reason or argument had but really making sure that we have the testing capacity to be able to accurately predict where the the did beat my head and then making sure that we have a hospital capacity to deal with any kind of sudden surge we thought today on the fake reported numbers our largest increase in the last three weeks that could be because of testing but also could you know the fight that but the virus is still there so we appreciate how how constantly removing and and we're excited to begin looking at the things that Brian I appreciate you saying that because listen you're with the retail association of the batter and you could come on the radio today you could have said he's doing a horrible job he's doing it for political reasons they want to get Donald trump out of office you know there's some people on the right and I know you don't speak for them but there are some on the right that are using those type of talking points I'm just saying I appreciate the fact that you're kind of echoing exactly what I'm saying it's not like he wants you to suffer right he's trying to be cautious about it and be responsible about it because as I'm sure you would agree if we open up all retail today and the virus started to spread again which could be a possibility there's no going back right we have one shot at getting this right is that how you feel pride about this as well what we're very concerned about some sort of kind of W. re emergence or growth we think you know for our small guy you know holding on for as long as they have the black you know fifty days or so not being able to open some of them have had the cash flow to be able to keep their employees on a lot of them have been and and being able to re open a is going to be a life or death kind of situation for the we offer I think have to recognize that the marketing consumers are going to dictate a lot about behavior government you know conventionally stay were re opened but we you know we've been monitoring consumer behavior during the entire process and consumers are still very cautious the majority of our our folks that we surveyed would still let the fund of Caleb wanted nine as an eight so they are concerned so I think customers and consumers are gonna ultimately make the decision as to what they feel comfortable doing when her mom thanks for that and I I would think we appreciate the cost with the but there are some things we think government could be doing to help us free open you know maybe more efficiently or with a lot more confident that what we're going to be doing it it's going to work in and it's going to have economic gain if you're just joining us we're speaking with Brian Wachter from the retail association of Nevada I mean so Brian how do you think this is gonna work out I mean for any type of retail store even like a clothing store something like that are we going to have like a number only a amount of people are allowed in the store one time do you think there's going to be like curbside shopping I mean what do you think we're going to see from day one when some of the stores are partially allowed to open what we're really your dad start today actually the governor did you know remove some of those restrictions on retailers that were open that can be able to provide kind of the curbside experience like alcohol or their customers were like alcohol but now it it'll you know essentially any store now can engage and curbside practice the the longer they're maintaining the guidelines come closer well you can see and then the state health department and so really it's going to be how did these customers spend the next two weeks getting to that level of infrastructure so that that can maintain you know can be maintained as the big core part of their business as you start allowing you know maybe a few people indoors or out of town and not all going to be I think really about how businesses themselves on an individual level are going to be able to play with in the federal building together right given the uniqueness of course of what we have here in Las Vegas and in the state of Nevada that's a lot of our economy is obviously driven by hospitality and the gaming industry and we've seen the the phasing program that has been put out there by governor Sisolak and our leaders here do you anticipate that we're going to end up on the back end of the phases as far as a a major part of our economy right I mean to you when you talk about a hotel the talk about casinos the talk about restaurants and bars we have so many that are eight monster part of what we do here in this part of the country here in Las Vegas Nevada do you think that's basically the back end of the phases where we're going to start really opening up these establishments what we have to remember that in in Clark County in Las Vegas R. on any given month are you sure it's usually outnumber residents right you know and and so the question is going to be a when can we get back to you know kind of a full economy or or for economic activity when we rely so heavily on folks coming into the state so we can do all that we can deal with the fact that you know making sure and what we're looking at the leadership and I think it's been often from the reports on what they're doing to make sure that their customers still bait and confident in order to be able to travel but I think that's why Nevada is looking at such a long recovery period regardless of what we do with the favorable when because of actually going to come down to you know if worldwide travel back and not the folks are feeling comfortable and confident to begin picking up those productivity yeah and I don't think it's gonna be a worldwide travel is going to be domestic travel at that's a Vegas is going to focus on advertising wise over the next six to twelve months but as you know that ninety nine percent of businesses and in about our small businesses and only three point two percent of the small business of actually gotten loans from the small business association another British by the government that the six hundred billion dollars it is Mr collectively so far what do you think that that is going to do to the numbers for the retail industry of the actual call two years well for the the PPP program we have members that are in kind of every stage of this particular process until we have numbers that have still been unable to even get a relationship with the bank to be able to apply to the FBI alone we've got folks that have really sensible bank that now how to apply to the FDA and are waiting for ma'am we have folks have been approved by the FDA but haven't been funded and we're starting to see numbers now that have been funded from the loans and so we're able to kind of be the experience that our members are going through each stage and then ultimately what they're doing now that the kind of quote unquote works and our members have experienced problems at every level and the folks that have been funded are coming across and finding it difficult to increase their workforce or bring it up as long as there's a an employee centered on June thirtieth that half the match your employee handbook from February in order for those loans to be forgiven and we're we're experiencing now what companies are having a difficult time getting enough employees to meet those requirements how many of those companies in your opinion are phase three or phase or what would be considered a phase three phase four companies that open up on under those circumstances and if this last another two or three months will that money that they're given from the federal government even support them through that time well we have you know from the retail industry we have numbers that at every side of the industry in every different walks though for those you know are are still longer hairdressers or barbers shop you know those that are going to be kind of push back into may do more than those paid to area that it's going to be you know much more difficult and whether or not those loans can can carry them over you know that long it's really gonna be depending on time yeah we we do anticipate that there will be additional stress on small businesses the longer we go back but we think that facts why then if we opened up and then had to be closed yes I think we all can agree we'd rather those businesses receive some help at some loans than the LA Lakers but I guess that's another story for another shelf Brian I really do appreciate you taking the time to join it sounds like you do a great job with the retail so see Asian we appreciate your perspective and thank you so much for joining us thanks opera thanks for the card Brigitte that Brian I watch your smart guy sounds like he's doing a good job in representing you know retail and helping people and just giving advice and it seems like his organization is really doing everything they can to try to propel this forwarded to save somebody's local businesses okay here's how we're gonna do we're gonna take a quick break and when we come back Joe Biden accused of sexual assault woman by the name of terror Reid and I believe nineteen ninety three how the right is handling this how the left is handling this how the blighted campaign is handling this and why I think he did not do himself any favors by making an appearance this morning on MSNBC denying there's these allegations will talk about that coming up next you're listening to the Vegas take right here on the all new one a one 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"steve sisolak" Discussed on TalkRadio 630 KHOW
"We certainly thank you for your service not a governor Steve Sisolak thank you for being with us thanks for having me we know flying is already stressful for so many Americans and now during the middle of this pandemic it could feel even more daunting recently a nearly full American Airlines flight departed from JFK at least one passenger expressing alarm as social distancing measures were not being practiced joining us now to discuss how to keep you and your family safe while traveling is A. B. C. news transportation correspondent T. O. Benitez NGO thanks for being with us talk a little bit about what precautions airlines are taking right now to try and ensure passenger safety yeah so maybe there's a lot of big news here because jet blue is now making it mandatory for all passengers to wear a face covering on a plane American United they're gonna be offering those face coverings to customers but they're not making it mandatory so jet blue is the first airline to do that and most of the major U. S. airlines right now they are requiring their flight attendants to wear face coverings on a plane so what should people who are worried about social distancing on planes what should they do look there's something really easy you can do as you're booking a flight one of the things you can do is just go ahead and see how many seats are actually empty because you can see that when you're booking a flight you can ask them if you're booking on the phone too I do that all the time and if you see that a flight is just too full see if there's another option because that's gonna be a little better for you but you know what to be honest a lot of these flights are going to be pretty empty so the airlines are saying you can move around they're gonna let you go to another seat if it makes you more comfortable United says it's gonna try to leave one seat empty next to each passenger delta says it's blocking middle seats American says it's blocking half of all middle seats in the main cabin and remember the CDC recommends that you wear a mask if you are traveling no matter what yeah that is certainly key in terms of being good to your neighbor what are the other modes of transportation geo Amtrak many bus services we know we've been hit pretty hard are they taking similar measures like we've seen in these airlines yes we spoke with Amtrak and right now they're only recommending these face cover earnings if you're there in their terminals and they're on their trains we spoke with greyhound though and they said that if you're in an area that mandates face masks in public they say you're gonna have to wear that in their terminal and on the bus all right and you know we all know summer's right around the corner I know a lot of us are thinking about how we're going to get around and you know you think about your own car it's probably the safest way to travel if you need to know who's been there and he was touched what what what should people know before they hit the road so we've got some really good news here because gas prices are incredibly low the national average right now a dollar seventy seven a gallon but you know what I have some relatives who were down in Florida when this whole pandemic started and right now they've decided they're gonna drive up to New Jersey they're gonna drive home to New Jersey because they just want to control their environment just a little bit but I reminded them as I'm reminding you right now if you're taking one of those long road trips planned ahead call these hotels because many of them are just closed and great advice there G. O. thank you so much we appreciate it thanks in B. C. news special code big nineteen what you need to know continue after this now impacts traffic this report is sponsored by rocket mortgage by quicken loans heading out of downtown that emergency construction work wrapped up on not that I twenty five north seventy six all lanes of the highway of open and I twenty five speeds back on the high side downtown to the techs that are in great shape take about ten minutes no trouble not twenty five down through the gap project heavy traffic and backed up on westbound seventy running credit from two seventy over to Monaco and west bound to seventy commerce city drive there's construction westbound to seventy approaching your locking up the two center lanes then the forecast tonight because guys though fifty one sunny tomorrow with a high near eighty eight right now sixty nine degrees with your impacts traffic and weather.
"steve sisolak" Discussed on KDWN 720AM
"People on staff and president three thousand campuses were gonna persevere will be stronger than ever and we know it's the right decision to make I think you made a good decision hope will be standing you your organization others up soon Charlie Kirk thanks appreciate it coming up next center Mitch McConnell don't miss news dot com the new one oh one five FF seven twenty AM Katie D. W. A. good morning I'm John Schaeffer governor Steve Sisolak he's out on Twitter Tuesday that he would announce a roadmap to recovery plan for Nevada on Thursday today a series of directives on social distancing business closures and other public nineteen related restrictions are set to expire I had a buddy and I'll see what happens thanks for the state every day this week the first of those came late Tuesday afternoon the governor announcing the hospitals in the state would begin performing medically necessary procedures that had been temporarily stopped amid the rising outbreak the U. S. economy shrank at a four point eight percent annual rate last quarter is the corona virus pandemic shut down much of the country the commerce department says it was the sharpest fall since the economy shrank at an eight point four percent annual rate in the fourth quarter of two thousand eight in the depths of the Great Recession forecasters expect the numbers will be far worse in the current quarter president trump says his administration is considering requiring some international air travelers to get tested for the coronavirus we will be looking into that in.
Las Vegas mayor under fire for push to reopen without plan
"The mayor of Sin City wants to get back to action Las Vegas mayor Carolyn Goodman says the city could be a test case to measure the impact of covert nineteen she tells CNN she wants to re open casinos and other non essential businesses we were not broken and we need to get back to work Goodman says quote viruses for years I've been here in Vegas could be a control group governor Steve Sisolak says he wants Las Vegas to reopen but just not today or tomorrow when the time is right we will slowly but methodically open our communities
"steve sisolak" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM
"Man identifies as an independent and says it's time for the governor of Nevada to lift stay at home orders for heaven's sakes for being closed is killing us all ready and killing Las Vegas park industry but Nevada governor Steve Sisolak says stay at home orders won't be lifted right now because lifting them to see what he says could be more people would get sick and die that's what's gonna be happening over the next several weeks when and how Vegas is crushed and they're certain parts of the country will have an economic boom compared to other parts and it's still going to be a slow go for them but Vegas it's going to take them here's five years to get back to where they were this is costing him and we talk about the economic just crash here think about how many companies are going to try to make a comeback once this opens up and within a few months they're gonna file bankruptcy a ton a time JC Penney's is close to filing bankruptcy again Macy's is closing a bunch of stores a lot of places that have closed down temporarily that will become permanent the one thing is if you look around how can you actually come out ahead this is the perfect time to start a business well how's that because there's opportunity here where the opportunities how can you find opportunities in this market place there will be needs that need to be met when this opens up how do you become a part of that some things it's gonna take a long time to come back and as we start to get more more earnings I think you'll see more more pressure on the stock market which means retirements are going to take a hit the housing market is starting to not just stumble it's starting to really really hit it and I think if we go through may with the majority of the country shut down come June July and August your going to see Sirius it's going to make two thousand eight look like nothing so there's a lot that's going into this but how can you like everybody else figure out well what can I do there's stuff that people can do opportunities to go out and figure out okay how can I fix the needs where are the needs how can I be a part of that three two three five three twenty four twenty three at Chad Benson shows your Twitter you can tweet at me the antibody test is very interesting and it's I can't wait I think of taking mine next week I'm pretty sure I've had it so we'll see what it looks like but I'll take mine next week and they're improving more and more these things and still the immunity question is how long will you be immune from this because everybody's pretty sure that you are going to be immune is it going to be a year's gonna be several years is going to be for good I don't know but I want to take the test lab manager Tyler had a high fever back in February but most of the coronavirus he told our Diane Sawyer he tested positive for covert antibodies what kind of relief that you feel when you heard this it's kind of like a little bit of a weight got lifted just because there are so many people that are getting affected by this that it's kind of it's just nice to know that I somehow got through it without too much issue but Tyler is still waiting to find out if he is now immune to the virus one of the keys to restarting the country yeah and I think that you can expect that you're going to have some immunity to the virus it's just how long is that going to last is that going to last again a year the last several years is it a last a lifetime well I talked to governor one of the coverage of the day the governor Doug Ducey he said you know if you've got that you've tested for it you've got the everybody's it's almost like having a a master class where you've got something that somebody else you don't have to worry you don't have to be overly crazy precautions you can do some other things and not have that kind of fear factor of all what happens if but it still goes back to how long will you be immune to it and I think for most people you figure you could be immune to it for at least a year cell until they get a treatment in place or until they get a vaccine I think people take that three two three five three eight twenty four twenty three at Chad Benson shows your Twitter you tweet as well talk to somebody a little bit later Smith very interesting they're going to donate on the chat show behalf of thousand mass to organization a nonprofit of my choice and that's interesting to talk about masking how you can reuse them how you can make them homemade mask in it this will be fun we talk to them and hear it coming up in a little bit such events show.
Nevada governor extends state shutdown until end of April, orders residents to stay at home
"At least of most states actually have the stay at home or shelter in place order now including Idaho Indiana Louisiana Maryland Massachusetts and of course New York New Jersey and California as well now Nevada has one too though the governor Steve Sisolak had already asked residents to stay at home and effect on casinos in mid March but now he signed an executive order formally issuing a stay at home order through April thirtieth keeping it nonessential businesses schools and casinos closed for the
"steve sisolak" Discussed on KDWN 720AM
"Steve Sisolak issued a new travel advisory urging self quarantine for visitors and residents returning to Nevada now it comes as the death toll there reached twenty six Tuesday nearly double what was just three days ago statewide deaths have quadrupled in the past week cases of more than tripled from three hundred a week ago to more than eleven hundred in New Jersey governor Phil Murphy says more people will die from the virus as he reported more than twenty one hundred new cases of October nineteen that brings the total in his state to eighteen thousand six hundred and ninety six as of Tuesday of course this as the US state ramps up testing here is New Jersey governor Phil Murphy in his own words and by the way even if it doesn't impact you never mind kill you you may unwittingly carry this virus and pass it on to someone else who you hold dear so to each of Israel and band into all the other sixty seven folks who we lost overnight bless their hearts the disease has taken service members first responders coaches loved ones many friends had too many new Jerseyans and sadly we know that this number will grow I can not be any clearer in my call stay at home before this hits home like it has now for two hundred in sixty seven of our families please do your part to flatten this curve that we showed you yesterday and think of of what we saw in the totality of where this could go if it look was left unchecked then where social distancing can take us again the chart on the left best judgment again this is as of yesterday this changes every day but look at where this virus would have taken us had we not stated home had we not done everything we can to flatten the curve thank you see on the left meet needing as many as just under eighty thousand hospital beds and there's no state in America that has the where with all of the resources to come up with that sort of a peak in Houston surgeon needed one of those states being Illinois a yard it governor Murphy say things are changing in New Jersey things are changing in Illinois too that's where a governor JB Pritzker ordered his state's residents to stay home longer most critically I have let the science guide our decisions I've relied upon the top medical experts scientists public health researchers academia allergist mathematicians and modelers from the greatest institutions in the world like the.
"steve sisolak" Discussed on KOMO
"That announcement from the fed that it would help to support short term lending markets injected some confidence into the stock market on Tuesday investors drove the Dow Jones a thousand forty eight points or five percent higher the S. and P. five hundred and the nasdaq composite each gained six percent before the close international the biggest hotel company in the world expects to furlough tens of thousands of workers in the face of the corona virus outbreak some of its hotels started closing down last week area boys about a hundred thirty thousand people in the U. S. alone his automotive assembly lines will keep moving during the covert nineteen crisis but General Motors Ford Motor Company and fiat Chrysler have negotiated with the U. A. W. to implement a rotating partial shutdown of facilities other measures in an attempt to keep workers healthy the Las Vegas Strip fall silent governor Steve Sisolak has ordered a month long closure of casinos bars movie theaters gyms and restaurant dining rooms Jim Ryan ABC news those gains on Wall Street yesterday could easily be wiped out this morning judging by the futures indicators the Dow futures are down eight hundred twenty one points that's a four percent drop in the of futures trading has been halted now the nasdaq futures down four and a half percent that's a drop of three hundred twenty eight S. and P. futures down about three and three quarters percent coming up after we check traffic and weather to do their job killing germs like corona virus disinfectant wipes need to be used properly I'm her Y. Spong with expert advice from UW Madison.
"steve sisolak" Discussed on WDTK The Patriot
"Because your body was ordered following Florida primaries Tuesday former vice president also wonders on his democratic primary states top election official declined to seek a delay because the coronavirus saying there was no certainty that putting off voting would help Ohio took a different approach postponing election Tuesday because of the virus fears until June second election night speech without an audience because of the virus Biden says as long as the country unites it will get through this difficult time I know we as a people are up to this challenge we always have been I know the lawyers for this moment of crisis with the best we find that all of us because that's what Americans always don't have done and what we do that's who we are ordinary people doing extraordinary things when the need arises and expect primary will be April fourth that governor Steve Sisolak says the state needs to factor we shut down for the next month I've spoken with the chief medical officers of all of Nevada's hospitals to get their assessment of our current situation and most responsible next steps they had buys me that the most effective course of action is to direct all the bad news to stay home and for nonessential businesses too close to the public for thirty days that is governors ordered closure of casinos and restaurants to fight the spread of the corona virus they'll see sawed through the day ending up over a thousand points trader Peter Tuchman it's just a few weeks ago the markets were at record highs will get to the other side of this but it's it feels unsettling I there's anxiety you know I think everyone's daily life if that put in motion to emergency lending programs Tuesday that will last deployed in response to the two thousand eight financial crisis aiming to ease the flow of credit to businesses and households struggling among the viral outbreak the region musher Thomas Warner has just won the Iditarod trail sled dog race across Alaska more the stories a town hall dot com it's shoring are you missing it if you have an IRA or four oh one K. you probably are less than one percent hold physical gold we've been told by Wall Street for crazy people really what's crazy about IT asset the beat stocks two to one I'm Adam berada national bestselling author of the book gold is a better way owner of advantage gold and eight five thousand member and highest rated gold IRA firm in the world gold is booming because gold is really about debts and global debt is a pandemic if you've an IRA or.
"steve sisolak" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI
"And growing economy because that's what's going to happen is going to pop the cash payments will be part of roughly one trillion dollar stimulus plan that the White House is trying to push into law as soon as possible the IRS is also allowing taxpayers to delay payments they next month for an additional ninety day boxer John Becker at the White House the Senate still hasn't passed the corona relief package approved by the house last week for the first time in more than half a century he knows on the Las Vegas Strip our polling file to this hour about as governor Steve Sisolak giving that ninety day lockdown order only essential businesses should remain open such as pharmacies grocery stores drug and convenience stores banks and financial institutions hardware stores and gas station with a new case reported in West Virginia the corona virus outbreak now in all fifty states America is listening to fox news here's the thing about new cherry vanilla coke though cherries named first all the flavors tastes just as great I mean it could have just as easily been vanilla cherry coke or it could have been coke cherry vanilla and since it's too amazing flavors of coke it might have been cold vanilla cherry coke or cherry vanilla coke coke unless you're in France which would make it a cocktail of vanilla damage any Democrat New Jersey vanilla coke so good together and your cherry vanilla coke zero sugar same great taste zero sugar what is what's new today's topic who's the greatest of all time for my money it's progressive home and auto bundle it literally saves you money gentleman your thoughts look at what channel it was amazing and I told you so I disagree thanks fellas took the words right out of my.