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Adam Bellow, Monreal, Washington discussed on WNYC Programming

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The two trillion dollar pandemic recovery package the committee chose ng who tried chosen experience watchdog when finally the effort but the president has removed fired from his role as NPR's Tim mak reports the pandemic response accountability committee was created as part of the recovery package to ensure accountability over the funds last week members of the committee chose acting Pentagon inspector general Glenn fine to leave their effort the corona virus recovery package law requires that the committee's chair be a current inspector general so when the president picked a new nominee for Pentagon inspector general yesterday replacing fine he was no longer eligible to head the group Democrats criticized the move congresswoman Carolyn Maloney who chairs the house oversight committee called for its removal quote a direct insult to the American taxpayers of all political stripes who want to make sure that their tax dollars are not squandered to mac NPR news Washington after yesterday's big run up stocks lost ground on Wall Street today the Dow was down twenty six points the nasdaq closed down twenty five points today you're listening to NPR and this is W. in my seat in New York on Shawn Carlson your governor Andrew Cuomo says every hospital has the ventilators that it needs but if New York City ordered need more borrowing from upstate hospitals may not be an option Adam bellow is Monreal county executive in upstate New York but today we're gonna need the violators that we have because insure three weeks as we start to see the curve still going up an interview going out with that we're just not in a position to to be given operators there are forty six hundred patients on ventilators in the state that's fewer than what some models projected meanwhile the city of New York is starting to move homeless senior citizens out of congregate shelters where they're considered to be particularly susceptible to the new coronavirus WNYC's my live rack explains people who are seventy and older will be moved out of shelters and into a tells that the city has already been using to house the homeless according to the blasted ministration this is the first attempt to move homeless new Yorkers who are not already sick or symptomatic elected officials and doctors have been asking the administration to do more to protect the homeless in congregate shelters eight to twelve people on average share room in these facilities making them particularly proud was proud of covert nineteen officials say they expect this initiative will protect hundreds of older new Yorkers for the rest of.

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Adam Bellow, Monreal, Washington discussed on WNYC Programming

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