Listen: President Trump, Maryland And American Farm Bureau Federation discussed on KNX Afternoon News with Mike Simpson and Chris Sedens
"Four thirty seven. President Trump plans to address the nation to make the case for the wall. We have in depth team coverage. President Trump will address the nation tomorrow night about the border wall. That's led to the partial government shutdown as the shutdown goes on CBS's. Paula Reed says more people are feeling the impact by Friday, if they do not come to some sort of deal, not only will hundreds of thousands of federal workers not received their next paychecks. But many the federal courts will also run out of funding. And it's not just federal workers. It's also people who rely on federal services in particular food stamps, and there are tens of millions of people who if they cannot. Get to a deal soon. They will not be able to get the federal assistance that they rely on. Maryland is home two thousands of federal workers. Senator Chris van Holland heard from some of them today, including census bureau worker, Janis Ugarte, we're the people that he said he's going to protect these do do everything for us. And now we cannot go to work for arguing about I'm Pam Coulter. KNX will carry the president's nationwide address live is scheduled to start at six o'clock tomorrow night, president plans to visit the US Mexico border Thursday, if there's no deal to end, the shutdown political playbook co author Daniel Lipman tells KNX border security has not grabbed the attention of the public the way that the president's wants public has gotten tired of the immigration issue a little bit. You know, Trump has been talking about a wall for four or five years since two thousand fourteen when his aides would put that speeches because he was sometimes forget to talk about immigration, and they knew that if you talked about. That issues then you could really get people riled up. But lemon says now many people are concerned with other issues like the stock market again the address live on KNX six o'clock tomorrow night. The government shutdown is impacting farmers across the country, and here in California, they're missing payments from the government met to help them during the trade fight with China. Sarah Ngubane read is with the federal policy department of the California Farm Bureau Federation, and she tells KNX she hasn't heard from many farmers just yet about those missed hayman's. They're kinda just waiting and hoping that's the open soon. This carries on for a lot longer than I'm sure I'll be hearing more about concerns and can just strategy and Howard will be shifting damage. They plant and harvest in the coming year an official with the American Farm Bureau federation says the shutdown also slowing down the implementation of a new farm Bill. A woman who says she was a sixteen year olds sex trafficking victim when she killed a man in two thousand four has been granted clemency by the governor of Tennessee sin. Toya Brown was sentenced to life in prison for murdering a man who had pigs up for sex defense attorney, Houston, Gordon, says the Justice system should've given Brown and earlier chance at redemption, we need to see this."