Larry Hogan, Michel Cinder, Chuck Todd discussed on KMJ NOW Programming


M. K. M. J. Fresno, Okay. Google play K. M. J. Yeah. This Sunday. A divided America, people are enraged. On both sides of the issue, and it's completely tearing this community apart. The country split into on multiple fronts. One battlefield covid and masks. Masks do not stop the spread of this virus. It only stops the spread of friendship and learning. This is all smoke and mirrors. This is tyranny even as the pandemic is again killing 1500 Americans Today I feel like I'm in some weird Twilight zone. Why we're still going over wearing masks and having safe schools for our kids. It's Bananas. This morning, I'll talk to two governors trying to bridge that divide Larry Hogan, the Republican governor of Blue State, Maryland, and Andy Bashir, the Democratic governor of Red State, Kentucky. Plus the newly elevated fight over abortion. My body is Texas enacts the most restrictive abortion law in the country. Dismaying abortion rights advocates as a matter of reality versus Wade is a dead letter in Texas today, and the Supreme Court lets the law stand for now cheering abortion opponents. The child is a child that this person is a person my guest this morning. Former Democratic Senator Claire McCaskill of Missouri and former Republican congresswoman Barbara Comstock of Virginia. Also long term power outages in Louisiana record rainfall and flooding in the Northeast. What Hurricane Ida tells us about the threat of climate change? Joining me for insight and analysis? Are you Michel Cinder, the moderator of Washington week? Washington Post contributing columnist Matt by Betsy Woodruff Swan of Politico and Republican strategist Brendan Buck. Welcome to Sunday. It's meet the press. From NBC News in Washington, the longest running show in television history. This is meet the press with Chuck Todd. And.

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