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"trinity county" Discussed on WCPT 820
"And welcome back picking up your phone calls here and everything goes Friday Sarah in Seattle Hey Sarah what's up Hi Tom You have so many hallelujah moments Thank you I'm calling about depressants and tardive dyskinesia I've been on antidepressants for years I've gone off several It is hell going off certain ones And I think there should be a department in medical schools for getting off of medications because so little is known about it and it's got so many consequences If a good real quick one of my kids works in addiction medicine And I don't want to speak for her but I am continually amazed by how little people in the field know about this And one of the concerns she's expressed to me in the past is how many of her colleagues physicians nurses PAs whatever Just view addiction or whether it's addiction to illegal drugs or whether it's addiction to prescription drugs As a moral feeling rather than as a medical problem Back to you sir Yeah it's just a big problem And then my hallelujah moment is about startup dyskinesia which I've had for about 8 years I wake up every night with a twitch in my leg and it switches incessantly And I've tried a lot of things And the last thing I've tried has helped and it's felt in Christ treatment For me it was totally whoo whoo out there but somebody told me who knew to try it And after ten treatments it has been cut back by I'd say three quarters of what I had Wow yeah moisture fellow at felding Christ was a genius I mean his techniques go so way beyond physical therapy and chiropractic It's great stuff Well that's great Sarah thank you for calling and sharing that People are listening with sort of dyskinesia and we'll try that There you go Okay All right It has been passed along Thank you Sarah I can't endorse it but it's been passed along It felt in crisis good stuff Jessica in Sawyer Michigan Hey Jessica what's on your mind today Jessica apparently just hung up her phone by accident Raymond and Jordan city California hey Raymond what's on your mind Hey good Two things One one thing I hear no one talking about We hear all this stuff about mistrust and people not trusting in our government institutions and agencies And one aspect of this that isn't being talked about is how capitalism affects that how the tenants of capitalism greed individualism profit over everything These people to distrust these agencies like for instance you know cloud sheet people are saying you know don't believe in these corrupt or whatever You know and so this is an angle that I think people aren't really thinking about And secondly I was in Trinity county California two weeks ago while I was protesting what's going on with the Supreme Court and the right-wing right-wing term of many states in this country I was carrying a sign that said stop Christian bureaucracy and stop Christian passes And on two separate occasions within two hours of each other I was physically attacked by two people supposed Christians And I had an epiphany at this time I realized that Christianity is incompatible with democracy because if you take Christianity to the extent to which true believers want to take it and everyone in the world put them is wrong and we want them to grow up with them going to hell Everyone in the world with them deserves righteous judgment So I mean I think that's something and I'm not saying Christianity should be outlawed but.
"trinity county" Discussed on Gun Talk
"Well that's that's what it that's the that is what has what has effectively happened. Is that because this new york law in california law did the same thing basically is it inverted the concept of a fundamental or natural. Right that is that you don't have to have a reason to exercise a fundamental right and the state has the burden of showing some circumstance that says that you should not be allowed to exercise the right okay and and what happens in new york on this california on even the hawaii law and some other states. Is they in bird it they. They assume that you do not have the right to carry a firearm in public for self-defence unless you must have citizen can show good cause and what and what the but this part of what this lawsuit designed to do is to is to get the court to rule that no. That's an inversion okay. That might comes to fundamental rights. Like the right to defend your life outside your home. Okay where where a confrontation is most likely to occur That you don't have to demonstrate good cause to exercise the right now. You may have to demonstrate proficiency with firearm. You may have to demonstrate that you are don't have a criminal record of the to felon But other than that You should have issuing a licensed to carry a firearm to as mundane and and and regular as getting a license to drive a car as i look at this case and see what's going on and of course you're looking at this brand new makeup of the supreme court it's always spooks me to say this but i'm feeling pretty good about our chances on this Well based upon Various dissent from denial of and some important gun cases over the past You know two or three years We can we can count up You know we can get defies So now that's not to say that we're we're not gonna win. We don't i if i'm betting on. I'm betting that we are going to win. But strange things happen Right but what what. What's your audience should be looking for in this case. Though when when the written opinion finally comes out Probably sometime next year is whether or not not only does the court deal with the central question and that is does the bare of keeping bear include carrying a weapon on your person for defense outside the home but they should also be looking for. Is the court going to establish a broad or standard of review and that's basically standards of review are what Higher courts give instructions to lower courts on how to deal with this issue if it comes up again with facts that are slightly altered. But it's basically it's it's what's the what's the roadmap for ruling on this issue in future cases and that's where we're talking about. Intermediate say verses strict scrutiny. Yeah and and even outside of the the three tiered scrutiny of intermediate strict scrutiny and rational basis review. There are other Schools of thought that Fundamental constitutional rights should be adjudicated based on text history and tradition to and so an and oftentimes that tech history and tradition can look like The court arguing between strict and intermediate scrutiny but You're correct the tiers of review strict intermediate and rational basis are the standard model If i can use that term In constitutional law today but there are other schools. I thought what could happen if the court comes back and says yes bear means bear skipping. Bear arms means. Yes you can keep it and you can bear it. You can carry it. What happens to all of these may issue. States are the states that are very reluctant almost to the point of non existent of issuing permits. I mean could all that. Go away Yeah it could. I mean it's also important to remember that Take for example. The state of california where i practice law About half the state of california because permits are issued on a county by county basis and the issuing officer is the elected sheriffs. You know there's about half of the counties in california that are effectively shall issue counties reich shasta county and vote county and and Trinity county in california to name. A few. These sheriffs state stayed out. Light that the law law-abiding citizen and you get the training by policy to issue a permit even sacramento county. The seat of government for california is shall issue county and so What's gonna happen. Is that in a state like california. You these sheriffs and chiefs of beliefs in the urban deep blue county. We're going to have to start grad traffic drafting policies for issuing permits. It doesn't need to be any change. State law for instance in california california just It's just gonna be that the good 'cause that's in the statute for the state is going to have to now include. I want to carry for self percents. Don't change yeah not much faster. Change in the state law for california but the local sheriff's and chief of police will now have to start issuing permits basically law abiding citizens. There you go down. Hold on a second. I'm gonna take a quick break. We'll come back i. We'll talk about some other things going on because You know in california and other states we have people doing restrictions on gun shows and lots of other things that affect the second amendment. And maybe even i amount we're talking with don kilmer. He is one of the top second amendment attorneys in the country. But we right back with more gun. Talk introducing the new are seven mako..
"trinity county" Discussed on The Charlie Kirk Show
"Why because they were concerned about your safety. No they wanted to show you that they will you. They wanted to show you that you have nothing. You are powerless. Yes and they will hurt you in order to prove that they control you. Hunter weiss is a skateboarder who took that footage with his drown against all the mandates he went out and took that drone footage as eight million views on twitter. It became the defining moment. An image of that sits over. My desk is right in my office at my home district. Remind you but the state is there to hurt you. There was numerous stories of the coast guard or the. It's not really the coastguard. Sorry but it's the police in boats. They came they. Would they would see a surfer surfing in the middle of the ocean and they would tell them to get gonna show so we got some. We got some numbers out from ventura county. Again they're not hitting their marks one hundred thirty three thousand for to keep devin newsom seventy three thousand not to that sixty four percent and you might so just you know ventura. County is usually a fifty nine percent democrat county. But i can tell you. The people pastors rob church pastor rob stretch and ventura. They're not part of this vote. Dropped so they are not hitting their early margins. They need be crushing. These right almost two to one. They need to be above this. The point is then ten percent difference. Yeah this is going to go. They're going to not hit their metrics. So far in the mapfre and venture is going to be enough. We gotta run up the score in orange county. These are still very preliminary pulmonary numbers that we're showing right now in napa county and ventura county but the point is that they need. We also have san diego county. That is just dropped. Some ballots here. Let's go wow san diego's much closer than i thought it would be. That's really close to forty with the early early malin. Yeah but by the way blue wave that's usually as the blue there under there under the first round of votes right there fishing. They are under performing just even idea. The blue wave. That just dropped in san diego at four hundred ninety one thousand to keep new some three hundred nineteen thousand to remove newsom that is sixty percent for new some forty percent against without any of the more republican high propensity voters to drop is exactly the percentage that was in the two thousand twenty presidential numbers gonna plummet by at least eight to bring. The red wave comes right so we talked about. Let's can you walk the ranger how this works california. Basically we're going to have the blue wave is what is getting counted. I and that is all mail. In ballots those tend to be predominantly democrat leaning. You had the numbers. Before what gives us the total of male and belts so seven point seven million of the twenty one that had been sent out. Four million of them were democrats. Only one point nine were republicans so the half-and-half but the point is democrats like to do mail and in mail voting. We're going to see the blue wave so these first numbers that we're seeing reported in california right now represents the blue wave okay so to charlie's point if you're getting the blue wave as your first ballots being counted and you're only matching the percentage that we saw in twenty twenty of all ballots that means you're underperforming their perform strongest drop. La county distrupt too was that l. a. notes central. I'm sorry l. is gonna wait i think. La's gonna pull. I want going gonna pull the philadelphia in my opinion l. As their struggle area the area and fill it up but sandiego. We're kevin faulkners running for governor. And he's not going to get the most governors san diego their margins. Right now guys. Remember how for example when ohio i dropped remember with trump trump is down by forty points like no no. No this is like cleveland. Columbus dropping their early voting. That's what we're seeing in real time. Okay trinity county. That'll be super interesting. Small county up in northern california trinity county is. We're reading california's where baffled churches worst trinity trinity's leads over trinity get this so trinity county with their strongest. They could possibly have their strongest ballots. Trinity county is usually a democrat county. And with that being said. I think i might have. This was a small county but it went fifty seven percents Republican thought was fifty four percent. Maybe i'm reading. This is google governor gubernatorial notice. Right now yeah. Trinity is usually a fifty percent county right and yet so republicans right now on the early voting dump. If i'm reading this correctly we're we're we're overperforming by five points right now in trinity county could be about weather for the rest of the state. It's a rural state so trinity county five points because that's and this is really early small sample size but guess what. Let me ask you a question austin when people do pull it right. How big the sample size when they do a statewide poll. I mean it's usually between like give you like five hundred thousand five hundred thousand. We're seeing results here. So immersed county. I'm probably butchering these. Enunciate moore said Either shows my california literacy another close from twenty eight vs in mercer county in just just to give you guys a background mersad on their underperforming there. They are underperforming. Because it's it's a bellwether county so in two thousand. Eighteen gavin only got fifty two percent of the vote walks got forty eight percent so right now so read balanced so this could be a ballgame here folks county so none of their counties over performing with their big ballad drops. Now let's go to another county that is just that's just trinity county as trinity county drops. Okay i'm gonna. My eyes are really on san diego county and my big one is going to be the beast. Orange county. Orange county refreshing. It determined the entire election in my personal opinion. Orange county is really a traditionally republican town but andrew. It's changed in recent years that's changed it. Used to be reliably read that it went to sort of light pink and then it became purple. But i will tell you. I will tell you that We we won some. We won back some ground in twenty twenty and that was frankly because conservative started ballot harvesting. We're in a again. We're in a state where harvesting is legal and unfortunately conservatives conservative can shout at the at the at the wind and say. that shouldn't be legal because it shouldn't. It's a total scam. It's a farce. But do we have to deal with what we have front of us and so conservative. Finally getting into this. And they're starting the ballot harvest. That's what happened in orange county. That's why we went back some some congressional seats now on that note. The house runs through california. You can say oh. It's a blue state. Screw it whatever. The house still runs through california. We don't win certain we don't pick up certain conservative seats in california. It's something to always keep in mind. It's always cd. Twenty one in california. That's david balado. He had just won it last year. He got kicked out michelle steele. Who flipped cd. Forty eight other bill weather area in california's cd. Forty ken calvert. Which is just like west of los angeles young kim cd thirty eight and mike garcia cd..
"trinity county" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK
"At the Yellow County Jail. Dealing with the Covid outbreak is Nika McGahee's tells us, they're saying it's the first at the lockup. Since the start of the pandemic. More than a dozen inmates at the YOLO County Jail have tested positive for coronavirus. Captain Matthew Davis is with the Yellow County Sheriff's office. Yesterday. We had an inmate in our care in custody become ill. That person was tested and did come back positive for Covid 19 all inmates in the facility except for those who refused, were immediately tested and 14 additional positive cases were found. The 15 individuals who are positive for Covid 19 will be placed in isolation and they will be monitored and treated. Inmates who have been exposed will be tested every three days for the next two weeks. McGahee's news, 93.1 kfbk and KPK asked the sheriff's office and public health officials of inmates are tested regularly for Covid, regardless of vaccination status, and we did not get a response. Yet. More news now with Cape Case, John Michaels, the flex alert now in effect across the state is being extended Californians being asked to conserve energy until nine o'clock this evening and again tomorrow from 4 to 9 P.m.. PG and E has cooling centers open this evening at the Community Center on Capitol Avenue, the Recreation Center on Jefferson Boulevard and the Thornton Community Center on North Sacramento Boulevard. KFBK California Wildfire Watch State emergency officials say Fire evacuations are down by about 40,000 this week. The case, John Byrne, Iz tells us the repopulation of South Lake Tahoe has a lot to do with change. The California Office of Emergency Services says more than 13,000 people are evacuated across seven counties. That's down from nearly 53,000 Last Friday, El Dorado County had 47,000 residents evacuated as of last weekend near the Calle Door fire. There's still about 10,000 evacuated as South Lake Tahoe residents were allowed to return home Sunday. Trinity County has about 1600 evacuated Loomis in Lassen County is about 1000 near the Dixie Fire. There are other evacuations in Alpine, Amador and Siskiyou counties. John Brennan..
"trinity county" Discussed on 790 KABC
"From Hurricane Ida to 26 11. More fatalities are being confirmed in New Orleans. Louisiana is now rescheduling its fall elections there, Secretary of State says the October 9th election will now happen November 13th while the November 13th election will happen December 11th. It will help everyone better prepare for a statewide election following Hurricane Ida is wide scale destruction. California authorities say fire evacuations are now down by about 40,000 this week. More than 13,000 people are still evacuated across seven counties. That's down from nearly 53,000 evacuations last Friday, there are still about 10,000 evacuated around south like Tahoe. Further north Trinity County has 1600 evacuated. Hello, Miss and Lassen counties each have about 1000 evacuations near the Dixie Fire. As hospital ICU beds in several states, with low vaccination rates continue to fill up more Children than ever are getting sick with covid. In the last seven days, nearly 252,000 kids tested positive as several states deal with school outbreaks. That's the biggest weekly increase since the Covid 19 pandemic began. It means that kids now make up 26% of all new infections. Most are in the South, with Texas reporting the highest number of Children hospitalized. I'm Sarah Bart, but Another problem passenger. You first heard about it from Randy Wang. Now the video is going viral. A man arrested after acting belligerent and growling like a dog on an American Airlines flight from L. A to Salt Lake City. Oh,.
"trinity county" Discussed on KGO 810
"Pedestrian bridge over the Montague Expressway in Milpitas. Ban is designed to allow pedestrians and bicyclists safe and easy passage to the new Bart station and Great Mall shopping Centre Vice Mayor Carmen Montano. While it's beautiful to look at this bridge is serving as an important safety feature in our community in an area that is becoming a very vibrant, busy area of the city, if you know we have the transit center Lots of buildings going on. Officials hope the bridge will lessen residents dependence on cars and reduce the amount of jaywalking across Montague Expressway. Police have found a body in a homeless camp between Venice Beach and Highway one in half. Moon Bay. Officers responded yesterday to a call after canvassing a nearby field. They found the body. Investigators from the sheriff's office and the San Mateo coroner's office are investigating. Governor Newsom is asking the White House to declare a major disaster declaration to help people impacted by California wildfires. State O ES director a Mark Gara Dukie says the declaration would benefit wildfire response and recovery efforts. And Lassen, Nevada Plaster Plumas, Shasta Siskiyou to Hama and Trinity counties, if approved, would provide assistance. Eligible individuals and the impact of capital East for programs and support, including housing assistance, Food aid, unemployment assistance, counselling, medical services and legal services. Request is specific to the Dixie Antelope, McFarland monument and river fires. A subsequent requests might be made for the candor and other fires, depending on the scope of damage. Federal officials have closed nine national forests in Northern California because of the risk of wildfire. Deputy regional Forester Tony is Gardena with the U. S Forest Service says it's a two week closure to keep people away from fire danger. He says he realizes the move is going to disappoint campers, hunters and others who love the forest. We also have to one focus on public safety. Also firefighters safety when we're having to save people in those situations. Which is our responsibility. Collectively. It also detracts from the firefight scarred and he says closures will also relieve some strain on firefighter resources across the county. They're scheduled to be lifted Sunday. September 6th this report sponsored.
"trinity county" Discussed on TIME's Top Stories
"Grew by twenty five percent in the past decade. Making it the fastest growing ethnic group in the nation's most populous state according to new data from the us census bureau released thursday california's white population plummeted by twenty four percent between twenty ten and twenty twenty confirming. California is one of three states along with new mexico and hawaii. Where whites are not. The largest. Ethnic group hispanics surpassed whites ask california's largest ethnic group in twenty fourteen. The census data showed california's hispanic population grew by eleven percent to fifteen and a half million people making up just shy of forty percent of the state's nearly forty million residents but it was the asian population that had the biggest percentage gain over the past decade. California now has more than six million people of asian descent more than the total population of most other states. Ten years ago. None of california's fifty eight counties counted asians as their largest ethnic group now to do alameda county which includes the cities of oakland and berkeley and santa clara. County home to san jose. The nation's tenth most populous city and the technology capital of silicon valley. I think the story nationwide focuses primarily on the hispanic population but in california. I think the asian population in particular related to the growth in the younger age groups is sort of a major driver of factors as to why we see this large increase over the past. Ten years said noli brazil late demographer at the university of california davis. The data released thursday by the us. Census bureau will be the foundation for redrawing. Four hundred twenty nine. Us house districts and forty four states. Republicans need five seats to win a majority in the us. House of representatives data released earlier this year shows. Democratic heavy california will lose a congressional seat for the first time in its history because its population grew at a slower rate compared to other states but california's redistricting process. Bill likely have less partisan drama. Because unlike most states it has led by an independent citizens redistricting commission instead of the state legislature. There were few surprises. For california and thursdays data release los angeles county remains the nation's most populous with more than ten million people eleven counties lost population with most of them in the sparsely populated region near the oregon border that has been devastated by wildfires. In recent years nine counties had double digit percentage population growth led by trinity county in northern california with sixteen point nine percent growth riverside county and southern california had the largest gain total population adding more than two hundred. Twenty eight thousand residents california's asian population growth has led to growing political power for the community including earlier this year. When governor gavin newsom appointed rob bonte as the state's first filipino american attorney general. The state legislature now has fourteen asian pacific islanders. A number that will grow to fifteen months a special election held to fill an alameda county vacancy in the state assembly. According to alex vassar an unofficial legislative historian at the california state library. The rise influence has coincided with a rise in hate crimes against asians. A report by the california attorney. General's office in june revealed. Eighty nine hate crimes against asians and twenty twenty more than double the amount in twenty nineteen. The most events were recorded in march and april of twenty twenty when the corona virus pandemic was taking hold in the state. California's new operating budget includes one hundred fifty six and a half million dollars in response to the attacks on the asian community with most of the money going to community organizations that provide victim services about ten million dollars will go toward better data collection to better understand the needs and challenges of the diverse community. Robin rodriguez a professor of asian. American studies at the university of california davis noted california's asian population is linguistically diverse and culturally and religiously diverse. That require better data to understand the nuances of the community. Asian americans come to the united states. Under very different circumstances she said some are the products of war and displacement others are the product of immigration of people. Making the choice to come here. All of these are complexities. That really require some better attention..
"trinity county" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA
"Watch and listen. American medicine today I'm Kimberly Bernabe alongside my friends, Ethan Ugur and Jeff Wagstaff. Now a cluster of five counties in rural Oregon recently voted to consider seceding from the state to join Republican controlled Eido. And joining us to discuss is returning guests. Our friend Paul Preston. Founder and president of the movement for a New California state and the host of the Red State Radio show Agenda. 21 Radio. Thank you for being with us again, Paul. Well, thank you very much for having me It's wonderful to be here. Have absolutely so why don't you tell us a little bit more about this organization? Move Organs border for a greater Idaho? Can you tell us what their motive is? Other motive is to get away from the repressive government that you find in Portland and the urbanized areas of Oregon and to take along with them, of course, to count two or three counties out of California, northern tier of California. So that's been one of the lead ins for all this, but the the rural areas of Oregon are really Rebelling, just like the rural areas of California are rebelling against the urbanized areas, which are controlled by the Democrats. So you're seeing a another form another variety of a state split literally. They're attempting to occur that said, they're attempting to promulgate through three states rather than two states. Paul, this has only happened a handful of times throughout the history of the US What is the actual process like because your group is trying to do in California. Well, we're Yeah, we're doing Article four Section three states splits, and it's only happened three times. Uh, the last time it happened was with West Virginia in 18 61. So it's not a real common way. There's 50 States and all the other states except for California were brought in by the territorial process. So you had main and you had Kentucky utilize this as well as West Virginia. And so we're following literally the exact template or a blueprint laid down by West Virginia and the Constitution and the bill of Rights and the Declaration of Independence. All those elements are coming together under our movement that's working. We're growing, growing growing, and we've had eight constitutional conventions now. Sydney Powell was one of our featured speakers along with your Arpaio. Joe Arpaio was actually joined the team now, and we also have joined up with this canvas songs and DNS to Susa. They were out the last convention. They're all on board with New California in the state movement, so we're very, very excited about our prospects. We anticipate that if things go right again, everything has to lay out. But by the end of this year week we could be a state. But the process they're doing is a little bit different, and it's not too much they're still requires. The approval of the counties are the states in the Legislature. Paul. What is the procedure that the Constitution lays out for something like this? And do we find it? Constitutional? Um, this process that they're doing is a modified process. It actually came about as a result of what happened when West Virginia and Virginia After the Civil war were trying to settle out some boundaries with some counties and this is very, very common that there's a settlement oftentimes between states and the county. There's you know there's territories to be had. We're all experiencing that right now, with our kept with our map that we are proposed, and we know that there's going to be more of a conflict coming about, but To take whole counties such as what you're doing right now and Idaho with the new Sir Ping literally portions of Oregon in the fashion that they're doing. It is really kind of stretching the court decisions and it will be interesting to see how that all pans out, but they still have to get the approval of the States concerned. And then that of the Congress and Article four, Section three is very, very specific about this that you have to get the approval of the Legislature, your own legislature. So here in California, we have got to get the approval of the California state Legislature. It's a simple process. All you need is a resolution. There's no bill involved. None of that. You can just declared with the number of people on the floor. At the time in the assembly or in the Senate and get your resolution approved and then you go on to Congress. But it also says that if you're trying to do this with multiple states, then you have to get the approval of those states as well. So They've got to get the approval of three states and that's why I say this is gonna be slim to none that this is going to happen. I'll tell you right now California is not going to give up its water states. Now the water states or the water counties. Pretty much are Siskiyou County and Shasta County and Trinity County. And I don't know if I want to creep down further to claim them all but So you're taking about 60 70% of California's water? I don't think so. That California, New California. We're not going to allow that to happen. It's a power grab. And that's not gonna happen. It just seems so odd that the Democrats wouldn't want to listen to the people because they claim that's what they do. And when the people are crying out, saying we want to separate and we want to be conservative. Why don't they allow that to happen? Because they don't listen to the people. That's that's a fact. Here in California. We literally live in a dictatorship and the people people don't understand it for the most part, because you know we don't Typically and other states and around this country don't live in a dictatorship. But we have a pure dictators in Gavin Newsom and the Legislature and the judiciary. I have all problem gated this over the course of, you know, 150 years. Amending the California Constitution over 600 times to guarantee that we would be at this point in time with a socialist Communist dictator. Okay, now you mentioned Newsome and we know they've already gained the signatures to remove him. Why is he still there? Well, they there's a There's a process. They've got a waiting period after the signatures were gathered to verify all the signatures, So we're still in that part and they got over 200 signatures. They verified 1.7 million Signature, so that's a that's a really good number. It's a very healthy for Californians to do that. But the problem is, it's been more like a ruse than anything else because she Gavin Newsome of the dictatorial role could actually put off the election to whatever he wants to. And the Legislature is not going to fight him on it. And it's he just had recently had a court decision that says he can't be a dictator anymore, and they find him a million and a half dollars And that was because he ignored the U. S. Supreme Court. They found against him. But whether or not he's going to allow the election to go through, is very, very curious. And then the other part of it is now we're getting the opinion polls that says his soaring in the polls. And it doesn't look like they're going to be able to recall him, which that's just completely not true. It's not true. Well, it just seems like they once they have control. They latch onto it, and they'll die before they'll give up that power struggle services. That's what's was, unfortunately, unfortunately, we're out of time. But thank you so much for joining us. Paul Preston, thanks for being on the show. Thank you very much. Take great care. Make sure you stay tuned coming up after the break A story of recovery. The market right now is strong for pre owned vehicles at Wesley Chapel. Alexis. 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"trinity county" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM
"I'm Michelle Franzen. Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer says he's moving forward on the House passed Bipartisan Commission bill despite GOP leaders opposing a Congress led investigation into the January 6th attack. At a briefing, House Speaker Nancy Pelosi commended the 35 Republicans who voted with Democrats and was asked if she'll go ahead with a commission. If the Senate doesn't have the vote. Everybody knows what my options are. They are no secret. But I The preference, not only preference, overwhelming preference is for bipartisanship, the Justice Department on ceiling charges today involving a New Jersey man and accused militia member involved in the capital, C general prosecutor said. James Brittany is the Bergen County coordinator for the oath Keepers. Court records said he invited oath Keepers leader Stuart Roads to a leadership meeting in advance of the capital riot and quoted him saying. This is our last chance to organize before the show, prosecutors said. Brandy claimed he did not willfully enter the capital and was home. They're a few minutes, but prosecutors accused him of lying because they said surveillance footage showed him deeper in the building for a longer period of time. ABC is Aaron Carter Ski Israel's prime minister. Meeting with members of his Cabinet today is international calls grow, including from the U. S. For a cease fire between Israel and Hamas. Today. New air strikes in Gaza City Israel's military says it targeted homes of Hamas commanders, California seen its covert cases dropped dramatically in Alpine, Sierra and Trinity counties. They have not had a single cove in case reported in weeks in Alpine County. There has not been a known cove in case since March 29th and it's been over a month in Trinity County. So what's your secret? Well, all three are extremely rural and sparsely populated Mountainous counties in Northern California People are not living close to one another and their head on vaccines and Alpine County 79% of.
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"The grocery store says that like many large retailers across the nation, it too, will follow guidance from the CDC, which announced last week that fully vaccinated people can resume most activities with Out wearing a mask. We're going now to Saint Xavier High School, the school, releasing a memo about a disturbing video. It received the school, saying that video was shot off campus but involves a few students. No other details have been released with school, saying in part that the actions depicted are in total opposition. Our standards of behavior and community school officials saying in the memo. They're working with the students and families involved and the school policy will be followed. LM PD says they're aware of the incident and are investigating but made no further comments. Koven is on the decline in California. But in three counties, it's pretty much disappeared. As we hear from ABC s Alex Stone in Alpine, Sierra and Trinity counties. They have not had a single cove in case reported in weeks in Alpine County. There has not been a known cove in case since March 29th, and it's been over a month in Trinity County. So what's your secret? Well, all three are extremely rural and sparsely populated Mountainous counties in Northern California People are not living close to one another and their head on vaccines and Alpine County 79% of residents have had at least one dose of vaccine Alex Stone ABC news and staying on the topic of covert and vaccines we had to Britain, where a major covert booster study being undertaken soon more on that for maybe sees Tom Rivers. Nearly 3000 fully vaccinated People 30 and over will participate in the voluntary study this summer. Health Secretary Matt Handcuff. This will be the first clinical study in the world to look at the impact of a booster jab, and I'm very pleased that we're leading the way with this scientific endeavor Justice we have done so many times in this crisis. Participants will be administered one of seven Cove in vaccines, providing data on the impact of a third booster dotes. And which combinations might prove to be the most effective. Tom Murders. ABC NEWS London Your next news update is at 11 30. I'm Will Clark News Radio 8 40 W H. A S His.
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"Video. The government is now involved in every part of our lives. They've taken our money, our jobs and our freedom general calls herself a compassionate disrupter and criticized Newsome as out of touch. For the California report. I'm Nicole Nixon in Sacramento. Turning to the pandemic, San Francisco and L. A county have both moved into the least restrictive yellow tear when it comes to reopening. Restrictions will be loosened for many businesses, which will allow them to open at a greater capacity. San Francisco mayor London Breed called it an incredible milestone and says the city's vaccination rate has played a key role in slowing the spread of the virus. We have about 72% of San Franciscans that have received at least their first dose of the vaccine. We're hoping by the middle of this month we'll get to 80 L. A County Board of Supervisors chair Hilda. So Lise said that while this is a big achievement for the county, she warned, the pandemic isn't over. It's exciting, but also a word of caution. If we still only have 60% Of our population that is vaccinated. We still have a lot more work to do. Trinity County in the North state has also moved into the yellow tear but covered 19 numbers in Marin County ticked up slightly meaning that county will stay in the orange tear for now. Public health experts are keeping a close eye on data that shows the pace of covert 19 vaccinations slowing down The Washington Post reports. Half of all eligible adults have yet to receive a first shot. And yet a growing group of vaccine skeptics appear to be changing their minds and getting the shot. Dr. Brian Castro G is the president and chief executive officer of the de Beaumont Foundation. He joins us now. Good morning. Thanks, Lily. It is great to be here. You have been conducting focus groups on this issue, and from what you can tell, why are some of these one time skeptics coming around to the idea of getting the Koven 19 vaccine? Well, I think they're starting toc, other people taking it and I think that's what was really important to so many. You know their decision to get vaccinated. Came after just their perceived risk of getting covert 19 outweigh their concerns about the safety of the vaccines, and they were motivated by things that they want to be able to do, like travel or go to sporting events. And safely seeing friends and family. The most influential source of information about Cove in 19 vaccines was a doctor, a farmer, sister, other medical professional who they knew and trusted. On. I think they just became more comfortable after seeing the people that they know get vaccinated without any major complications. And, of course, health officials at the federal, state and local level are pretty uniformly working to try to convince people about the safety of the vaccine and about why it's so important to get it. What can they be saying, and doing to help convince those who are still skeptical safety and speed are concerns that that a lot of folks have, and we have to keep telling people That no corners were cut bureaucracy and red tape or cut to speedy ate the cell safe development of these vaccines. And though the technology behind the vaccines was built on decades of trusted medical research So why it Well, it seems that these have come to market very quickly. Safety wasn't compromised. We need to make sure that people are always feeling that they have the freedom to make an informed personal decision. And lastly, but probably most important, we need to be nonjudgmental. We don't need debate. We need dialogue and discussion. And many conservatives are tired of being shamed and blamed and just want to have candid open conversations about the vaccines. That are non judgmental. They want to hear the science and the facts and then they just want to make their own informed decision. Yeah, You can't really have a dialogue with someone if they feel that you are judging them. I think the reality is that we're not going to convince everyone to get vaccinated. But based on the trends that you are seeing, Are you confident that we can at least change the minds of some of the people who were squarely on the fence right now? Between March and April. We saw 20% increase in likelihood of vaccination among Republicans, and so that gives me hope. But I think the reality lies somewhere in the middle. Think people are still making a decision about whether I want to get the vaccine and we need to keep consistent, truthful messaging. About the vaccine and what it means to get vaccinated. But I think if you look at you, India we should take that as a warning. And we should not be so arrogant to believe that that could not happen.
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"This is the California report. Good morning. I'm Lily Jamali. Later Today, A handful of California counties could move into the states least restrictive tear for reopening. L. A San Francisco Marin and Trinity counties have all seen new case rates and test positivity reach a low enough level to move into the yellow tear. Dr. Monica Gandhi is a professor at UCSF and specializes in infectious disease. What we've been doing right is increasing our vaccination rate and having very high up take Vaccines. So if you look at the country at large there at about a 44% 1st dose rate, but in places like L, a county there at a 54% 1st dose rate age of 16 or older and here in the Bay Area, we're actually in San Francisco. At a 72% 1st dose of vaccine rate moving into the yellow tear would allow bars to reopen indoors. Even if they don't serve food. Larger outdoor gatherings would also be allowed in those counties and indoor businesses would be able to operate at higher capacity. 13 counties are still in the more limited red tear, Dr Gandhi says. That's not a huge surprise as it's only been a few weeks since the state expanded eligibility for vaccines to everyone, 16 and older people really trust Their physicians and their longstanding office. So I think when we get vaccines in that setting will see people have that one on one conversation that sometimes is needed with your health care provider to help Persuade you about. Okay? Yeah, these air really incredibly effective and safe Vaccines. Ennio and Yuba counties, which are currently in the red tear could move into the orange here today. For the second day in a row. L. A county did not record any covert 19 related deaths. County health officials do warn that the numbers typically lag on Sundays and Mondays due to delays in reporting. L. A County public health director, Dr Barbara for rare, speaking at a news conference yesterday. We're down to an average of 45 deaths today on Bond. That's a huge, huge decrease. On. I know it brings, you know a lot of hope and joy back into our families because that was probably one of the worst parts of this pandemic was losing so many people that are loved and cherished in their communities. So you know, I am hopeful. I am really, really hopeful about The death stain relatively low. All told, the state recorded 15 covert related deaths on Monday, and San Francisco, Santa Clara and Sacramento were among the other counties reporting zero deaths over a 24 hour period. Support for the.
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"A shark was spotted early this morning, Swimming out shore near Oceanside Pier in Oceanside, California Lifeguards confirmed the approximately 9 ft Long shark was seen swimming about 300 yards from the pier. The ocean side, fire departments, B Beach lifeguard Sergeant Gregory Tribbey told Fox 11, he said it is unclear, but species of shark was spotted. Though this is the time here that the younger, great White swim closer in because they get at they swim for the round. They're a lot shorter than a lot smaller than 9 ft, though. However, there was video footage of the shark, which captured the creature getting caught on a fishing line or net of some sort. Someone hasn't seen in the video climbing down the ladder on the side of appear to try to free it. Um lifeguard Sergeant Trevi confirmed what was captured on video and said the individual was quote able to get the shark off the hook after approximately 25 minutes, But he did not state how close quote as a result of the sighting the ocean side Fire Department. So lifeguard division made public announcements warning swimmers in the water of the shark. I felt they just blanket closed it I prefer of the warning. Because I mean, look at yourself and all that. But the Oceanside Fire Department Lifeguard division would like to reiterate that sightings a rare along our coastline. Additionally, when seen, these animals are typically just passing through our waters. And I'm not dead. Not that I'm going to get all stickler on the law. But didn't that illegal to its if you accidentally net a shark? That's one thing, but it is not illegal to interfere with it there and not call. I mean, it's California. You gotta call some authorities. I'm sure but anyway, I'm not gonna No harm, no foul. The guy seen on video, actually freeing the shark and he lived so so the shark didn't take it personal. A zit turns out so we have the The latest numbers without the Sunday data L, a County covered 19 hospitalizations continue a downward trend that leads us to the to the statewide dashboard. By the way, if you miss this It's been all over the local news, Gavin versus Supreme Court. He's own one. The Supreme Court said that the California ban on the indoor worship is unconstitutional on Gavin came back and said, OK, but you can only do 25% capacity. What should I think? I think most churches are not going toe. They're going to make it work. You know, Because now you have the law on your side, saying he can't actually ban Indoor worship, which is which is interesting because by the way for the record back in 1918 1919, you know, all crowds were banned, including church schools were closed. Theaters. Lumbly theaters, Um, uh, All large gatherings were banned, including church for just a few weeks in Portland, Seattle, L. A San Diego San Francisco Azaz. It burned through major cities on the West Coast Church was lumped in with everything else, and no one complained at the time because the understanding was well, it's gonna be open. And, um The mayor of Seattle, famous famously said that any religion that won't keep for two weeks isn't worth having. And they were back open in two weeks still got him a bomb in his mailbox. But anyway s O here in California churches that were in defiance of it, continuing defiance, but others they're going to find a way to make it work. S O. L. A County reported 3123 new cases that's down. L. A County's still responsible for 18,044 death deaths since a pandemic began a lower apartment, the number of coronavirus patients and county hospital's continues to decline so dizzy the death rate. It peaked in January. I've almost three weeks ago two weeks ago on it continues to go down. But what does it mean for the state? Because the state is being really, really slow on this, And if you go to the if you go to the state dashboard Uh, if you go by county, you know, 58 counties in California. 54 of them are still in the purple here. And if you're utterly confused, why he didn't say green yellow red. It's because, he said, Green is evil and make people thinking everything's OK so again. The equivalent of this would be, um Orange. Is All good. We're not all get his moderate. It's like one before a green light red is substantial. Widespread is Purple and 54 counties are still under the widespread but the 54 counties because of the counties that are not under that are Sierra County. There's like five people there, Trinity County and Nortel like nine. So you had a Fred Um, Alpine County of the South and Lake Tahoe. There's a lot of people there's like 17, the counties that are still under purple account for 99.9% of California's 40 million people. 40,093,779 99.9% of them are still under the widespread, you know, locked down whatever you want to call it, you know, thinking with currently no one in sight. But at this point if the Supreme Court is listening to a lawsuit brought by churches, the next thing is Like what they did in San Francisco on the mayor, bringing suit to the San Sisto school district. It forced the school district to negotiate here in L. A. A similar tactic. You gotta stick to your guns, but at some point Somebody has to sue the governor. And the state superintendent of education, because ultimately they're handing these tools to the teachers unions. The teachers unions don't have the authority to shut down the school. They're not the health department. They're just giving the tools that they've been given on. But they're shutting down, keeping the school shut down. And I mean, if you don't know this was a big funding component to this like up in San Francisco, federal money matches number of butts and seats. So the mayor's Have to get those schools back open. The. Meanwhile the school district's who are not the unions, they're seeing. Thousands of students declare that they're now gonna homeschool and that's money out of their pockets. So nobody is happy with the teachers unions. In fact, most most actual teachers who teach like stuff and junk. They don't like what's going on right now, and they're hiding behind some 11 month old science. A lot of it was speculation. And what they're maneuvering around to is a situation where they skip to the headline to get vaccinated. Which to be honest with you. I don't have a real problem with that. But I want to use common sense because the majority of teacher the median age is 41.9 the number of deaths of people who are healthy who don't smoke of heart disease, diabetes. Some of the Khobar Morbidity Is tiny for people under 41. If you're over 41, or you think you might be at risk, then by all means, if if that's the difference between getting my school opened up that that's fine because they're saying Well, it needs they need this so they can keep your kids safe. Kids are virtually immune to this. The from from Cove it we have one under 18 in all of Kenya, California one dead. There's that murders thing that affects kids on Lee 75 kids have gotten it. One died of that. And that's what side effect of mirrors. I mean, In other words, we're at a situation now where the kids are at far greater risk of dying in a car accident on the way to school, including teachers. People under 41 are at greater risk of dying in a car accident on their way to school. Then they are dying of cove. It So there's there's that happy. Happy Monday. We'll be back in the second A and wrap up some more stuff. Of course we're telling the votes for Have you seen a free couch? 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"Me. Trinity County in Northern California has moved from the purple tear to read the next most restrictive category. Humboldt County, also in the northern part of the state, has moved from red back to purple. No counties in California are in the least restrictive tier Yello. The Trump Administration has decided to release more covert 19 vaccine. It had been holding back the second dose of the Tudo shots. Health and Human Services Secretary Alex Cesar says the feds are recommending new guidelines to states such as vaccinating people older than 65. Others at high risk. Think of it like boarding an airplane. You might have a sequential order in which you bored people. But you don't wait until literally every person from a group has boarded before moving on to the next. A little more than nine million covert vaccine doses have been given out, but about 26 million are still available. Film and TV production in L. A took another hit last month film, Elway says filming permits went down 25% last month's big news for the economy every day that the industry remained shut down. There are hundreds of thousands of Angelenos not able to work. Philip Sokolowski is with film L, A, which issues and tracks the permit. Sokolowski says the pandemic has had both voluntary and involuntary impacts on the industry, he says As the virus continues to spread, studios, unions and production companies have opted to pause. Filming as a percussion. Steve Gregory King If I knew in L, A city councilman has set a new course and attacking the homelessness crisis counseling. Kevin Daily own wants 25,000 housing units built for the homeless by 2025, whether it's prefabricated modular housing or proving adaptive reuse. Apartment buildings daily on says the city needs to overhaul outdated policies and regulations that have slowed the building of housing. And he says, laying out a specific goal will help align city County and state governments into action. What we have lacked is what I call a North star, it clearly defined objective daily on introduced nine pieces of legislation to the city Council that jump start his plan. Christine Carl, Okay, if I news we're gonna go back to that crashed on the 10 and Ontario. Some good news here as you make your way along the eastbound.
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"Is City Councilman Kevin Daily own has announced a plan to house 25,000 homeless people by 2025. He says red tape is slowed the construction of housing and inflated the price of each unit. This plan starts as a comprehensive overhaul of outdated and cumbersome city policies. And regulations that impede our ability to construct the thousands of safe and affordable housing units we need daily own is introduced nine bills to the City Council, which would start D tangling some of the regulations, he says. Voter approved bond money set aside to build housing needs to be pulled back and spent more efficiently. 54 of California's 58 counties or in the most restrictive tier of the state's blueprint to reopen the economy. Trinity County in Northern California has moved from the purple tear to the red the next most restrictive category. Humboldt County, also in the northern part of the state, has moved from Read back to purple. No counties in California are in the least restrictive tear, which is yellow. The California Democratic Party has attempted to connect the recall of Governor Newsome to the insurrection at the capital, San Diego. Meriton Gloria says the same forces behind the coup or disrupting California politics, the proud boys, the financial allies of this effort. Long Beach Mayor Robert Garcia used the same language of what happened in Washington to describe the recall effort. This really attempted to of our local of our government here in the state. Of our governor. But when asked for evidence of proud boy or white nationalists involvement, state Democratic chair Rusty Hicks didn't have any. I we could certainly follow up with you. It was the first organized response to the recall effort. Christian Carl. Okay, if I knew President Trump says his comments to supporters before the storming of the U. S Capitol were in his words totally appropriate. We want no violence, never violence. We want absolutely no violence, Trump was asked ahead of a trip to the southern border what he thinks about the Democrats push to impeach him again. Nancy Pelosi.
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"Border security we need border, security the president was speaking last night in Wilkes Barre Pennsylvania he also repeated, his criticism, of the media accusing. Reporters of diminishing the results of his recent summits. With North Korean leader Kim Jong UN and Russian President Vladimir Putin Trump referred to fake news negative stories the president was widely criticized by Democrats and Republicans for his comments in Helsinki after meeting with Putin. Where he appeared to question US intelligence about Russia interfering in the two thousand sixteen election in Tennessee businessman Bill Lee is celebrating a win, in the. State's Republican gubernatorial primary as Chas Sisk with member station w. p. l. n. reports from Nashville Lee defeated Three other GOP candidates Lee spent far less than his main opponents Representative Diane black. And Randy boy another businessman but voters said they liked that his ads, were largely upbeat while the other to attack. Their rivals over issues. Like immigration Li now. Takes on former Nashville mayor Karl dean who won the. Democratic nomination the state's current governor is Republican, but the office is flip flopped between the parties for the past half-century voters, in Tennessee, also chose nominees to. Succeed Republican Bob corker in the US Senate Representative. Marsha Blackburn one the GOP nomination she'll face former governor Phil Bredesen's the last democrat to win a statewide office that was more than a decade ago for NPR news I'm Chas Sisk in Nashville the national. Weather service has posted flood watches and warnings today from northern Florida to New England because of heavy rains and storms this is NPR news, from Washington Red flag warnings continue. In northern California where crews are battling one of. The most destructive wildfires on, record in, the state forecasters say high temperatures and gusty winds are expected through tomorrow in and around the reading. Area the fire has destroyed more than a thousand homes and, left six people dead fire officials say. They're trying to prevent the fire, from crossing a ridge that, divides Shasta and trinity counties thousands of people remained evacuated the. City of Los Angeles is accepting, license applications from marijuana growers manufacturers and. Testing companies as, Daniel Carson reports. This comes eight months. After California's legalized the recreational use of marijuana only a small number of growers are currently supplying dispensaries as a. Result LA has only licensed. About one hundred fifty retail shops which are working with suppliers from other parts of the state California growers associations has Iki Allen. Says that won't improve until government Regulators smooth out the kinks tens of thousands of small businesses. Around the state looking at the proposition of doing business in the regulated market and realizing it's just not gonna. Work licenses for suppliers aren't. The only hitch cannabis advocates say the new regulations and taxes are pushing some buyers growers. And retailers underground where. There are no rules no taxes and cheaper prices for NPR news. I'm Danielle Carson in Pasadena California it's been a mixed. Day for stocks. In Asia head of the latest employment report in the US yesterday apple became the first publicly traded company to be. Valued at a trillion dollars.