O'neill, Mr Garner, Staten Island discussed on Coast to Coast AM with George Noory

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What do they appeal to even though missional o'neill said that his decision can't be overturned but we know that it's going to be a fight yeah the video of Mr garner's apprehension in Staten Island shows him repeating the phrase I can't believe eleven times as he was being restrained he went into cardiac arrest minutes later and never regained consciousness activists seized on Mr garner's last words as a rallying cry at protests it's twenty minutes after the hour on this morning Jennifer could shrink is here with more of America's first news put implants parenthood says it's pulling out of the federal family planning program rather than abide by new trump administration rule prohibiting clinics from referring women for abortions Alexis McGill Johnson it planned parenthood's acting president and CEO says the organizations nationwide network of health centers will remain open and strive to make up for the loss of federal money but she told CBS this decision could hurt many women the impact will mean that people may choose to forgo care they may choose to delay their care in till this is resolved and that's what's unacceptable the department of health and Human Services says Planned Parenthood affiliates new months ago about the new restrictions and suggested that the group could have chosen at that point to exit the program the national family planning and reproductive health association an umbrella group for family planning clinics is suing to overturn the regulations a group of states is preparing to move forward with the joint anti trust investigation a big tech company is adding another layer of scrutiny to an industry already under federal spotlight the Wall Street journal reports that the effort involving state attorneys general is expected to be formally launched as soon as next month is likely to focus on whether a handful of dominant tech platforms use their market place powers to stifle competition embattled Hong Kong leader Carrie lam says she hopes a non violent weekend protest that saw hundreds of thousands take to the streets in an anti government rally was the beginning of efforts to restore peace in the Chinese ruled city I hope.

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