Listen: Scott Stringer, US And New York City discussed on John Batchelor
"Plant way. He said he. The pilot Wilson felt the plane down. People on the nearby Highline couldn't believe what they saw the helicopter start to spend a little bit suspiciously. We were thought you know, maybe it was like a stunt or something. But then, you know, ended up crashing and sirens common, you know, also fast, we were both very surprised FAA currently investigating Alabama governor Kay Ivey, signing strict abortion ban into law. The law makes all abortions illegal, except in cases where the mother's life is in danger. Bills authors have said they crafted the law to challenge the Roe v. Wade US supreme court decision granting abortion rights to women city controller Scott stringer and other advocates calling for abortion funding in the city budget. Reflection of what we are as a city. What our priorities are for the future, and to be the first city in the nation to fight back with direct funding could change the course of history. He says the move would follow other states laws, restricting abortion, such as those enacted in Alabama, Georgia, Ohio, stringer wants to hundred and fifty thousand dollars to be budgeted towards abortion coverage. He says, women from other states should know they can come to New York City, and get an abortion, regardless of whether or not they can afford it. The new TWA hotel is now open at JFK. The governor at the ribbon cutting visuals connected"