Tag Archives: Environment
TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 28 PROGRAM # 10202 11:00 AM PT Extra Edition: Run Off Pollution Ravaging River Communities. (Program Repeat). Advocacy groups in California are suing a state agency charging it has failed to protect rivers and wetlands from ag toxic pollution. They claim the extensive nitrate pollution in the Central Coast region is endangering low […]
MONDAY, NOVEMBER 20 PROGRAM # 10194 12:00 PM PT Run Off Pollution Ravaging River Communities. Advocacy groups in California are suing a state agency charging it has failed to protect rivers and wetlands from ag toxic pollution. They claim the extensive nitrate pollution in the Central Coast region is endangering low income rural and fishing […]
MONDAY, OCTOBER 30 PROGRAM #10173 12:00 PM PT House Finally Elects New Speaker. After weeks of infighting, House Republicans elect a new Speaker: Mike Johnson, a staunch Trump ally. Who is the new Speaker? What are his priorities? What’s the road ahead? What does it mean for the 2024 elections? Guest: Laura Rodriguez, Vice President […]
Extra Edition: Largest Strike in the Healthcare Sector. How to Avoid Medi-Cal Disenrollment. Flood Victims Set to Sue Over Damage.
THURSDAY, OCTOBER 12 PROGRAM # 10156 11:00 AM PT Extra Edition: Largest Strike in the Healthcare Sector. Tens of thousands of health workers went on strike last week in California, Colorado, Oregon and Washington and threaten more strikes if their demands over staffing and job outsourcing are not met. The strike against Kaiser Permanente, the […]
THURSDAY, OCTOBER 5 PROGRAM # 10150 12:00 PM PT Mexican Doctors Come to Help Rural California. Hospitals and clinics around California have faced a critical shortage of Latino doctors for years. This could lead to worsen the health situation for the state’s Latino communities. To address this need of tens of thousands of doctors, the […]
THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 21 PROGRAM # 10136 12:00 PM PT Can the New Farm Bill Be a Climate Bill? The new Farm Bill is stuck in a divided Congress, causing uncertainty among farmers. And although the current Farm Bill expires at the end of September, the real impact will be felt until the end of the […]
Extra Edition: Once Again, DACA is Declared Illegal. Also, A Vital Phone Line to Prevent Suicide. And Pesticide Damage: A People’s Tribunal.
THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 14 PROGRAM # 10128 11:00 AM PT Extra Edition: Once Again, DACA is Declared Illegal. After a lengthy appeals process, a federal judge in Texas ruled again that the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program is illegal, but refrained from taking action to remove protections for the hundreds of thousands of young immigrants […]
WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 6 PROGRAM # 10120 12:00 PM PT The Farm Bill: Final Days. The US Congress has only three weeks left to reauthorize the massive agriculture and food spending package known as the farm bill. This year, the nation’s farming community is being challenged by climate change, the aftermath of the pandemic and inflation. […]
MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 4 PROGRAM # 10117 12:00 PM PT New Wave of Unionization. After a decades-long decline, union membership grew and millions of more workers were interested in joining unions since last year. A spike in union victories, union election petition filings, and strikes in labor sectors that were once considered difficult to organize are […]
MONDAY, AUGUST 28 PROGRAM # 10110 12:00 PM PT Saving the Ocean. Latinos deeply care about the ocean and the coastal environment. They agree that the ocean is close to their lives and the ocean gives essential food and jobs to sustain human life. These are findings of a recent poll. How is ocean health […]