Governor Pola, President Biden, Colorado discussed on Big Al and JoJo


Radio Progress is being made in the battle against Cove in 19 in Colorado. New cases, Hospitalizations and deaths are trending downward, and that's happening even before the numbers are impacted by vaccinations. There's a 78% compliance with covert 19 protocols such as wearing masks and social distancing. Governor Pola says. Those protocols are working. We keep this up for a couple more months. We can minimize loss get back to normal sooner rather than later and give the vaccine a chance Take without risking overcrowding. Our hospital's Pola says he thinks we could see the end of the pandemic by early summer, provided we get more vaccines and Coloradans stay vigilant about protecting themselves and others. The White House says President Biden is connecting all the dots to understand where the hold ups are in Corona virus vaccine distribution. There are some calls this afternoon with governors to brief them on these plans on give them an update on how we will continue to work together even more efficiently. My secretary Jen Psaki says Biden is pushing his team every day to deliver results and ramp up vaccinations. Denver District Attorney Beth McCann is joining nearly 100 local prosecutors around the country who are calling on the bidet administration to end the federal death penalty. In a letter organized by fair and adjust prosecution, the administration is asked to end the federal death penalty and to make sure future administrations cannot revive it. Calls on the president to commute the sentences of all federal inmates facing the death penalty. The letter also request that the federal death chamber in Terra Haute Indiana, be this man told and home values are soaring nationwide with a 9.5% price increase in November. That's the strongest annual growth rate in the past six years. According to the S and P. Corelogic Case Shiller index the rising prices due to high demand, low supply and record low mortgage rates are next update at 3 30. I'm Chad Bauer on K Away News Radio 8:50 A.m. and 94 1 FM. Free healthcare hundreds to more than $1000 per month and disability compensation and tens of thousands for college tuition. These are just some of the U. S Department of Veterans Affairs. Benefits that may.

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