Ken Buck, Congressman, Congress discussed on Coast to Coast AM with George Noory
State of emergency for a border wall is troubling is doing a power grab the traffic all around us. And and you'll billions of dollars from other funds. It's wrong. And it's it's very troubling. The congressman says congress should control the purse strings, not the White House, but Republican congressman Ken buck says it seemed to be okay when other presidents did it. But it's been used over thirty times since it was passed by congress. This is nothing new the Democrats want to make it sound like some new overreach. The reality is it's been used by a lot of presidents for for a lot of different reasons. Buck says he hopes the emergency declaration won't get tied up in the courts, the family of a state trooper killed on the side of the road. In Douglas county says it's devastated by a second mistrial in the case truckdriver, Noah Gomez Ruez is accused of swerving onto the shoulder of I twenty five. Where trooper Cody Donohue was making a traffic stop near Toma road district attorney. George Brock ler says the prosecution witness revealed information in his testimony that was not in his report to the extent that law enforcement failed to provide a piece of information that we didn't further. Explore discover and turnover to the defense, and we inquired about it in court. Yeah, I accept the responsibility for that Brocker says the case will move forward expecting a new trial date next week RTD says it's terminated the light rail train operator involved in last month's derailment in Aurora RTD saying the train took the curve at sable and exposition too fast and countries superstar Dierks Bentley says he's coming back to Bunin vista this summer. I'm so excited to announce that seven peaks festival is coming back to Colorado August thirtieth to September first Labor Day weekend is like last year. The festival was held for the first time last year next update at three thirty David KO KOA NewsRadio eight. Eight fifty AM and ninety four one FM. I'm.