Listen: Peter King, Katie Brennan And Congressman Josh Cada Heimer discussed on Vickie Allen and Levon Putney
"Every day folks, like small beermaker in Hackensack new ones are even bigger. Michael Roosevelt is giving a tour here at the elementary brewing company. The business has been one million dollars on new equipment, including massive steel fermenters. I don't have an endless stream of money to be paying rent. And and the on the equipment Roosevelt. Can't use the new vats until federal regulators. Give the okay those workers are furloughed. Congressman Josh Cada Heimer is. Hoping for a deal in the public is saying what I'm saying. This is ridiculous opened the government up and secure the borders. There's no reason why you can't do both elementary wants to expand its business and hire new people in Hackensack Peter school, w CDN's NewsRadio. Eight eighty. Now from folks sue the government or started help we want that to happen to folks who wanna tax deduction for homeowners to be reinstated. There are some here on Long Island at pay twenty thirty or even forty plus thousand dollars a year for their property taxes. That's why congressman Peter King. And Congressman Tom Swazi say it's crucial the souls or the state and local tax deduction is reinstated. And they are sponsoring a Bill to make that happen. There's so many great things about Long Island, but our tax burden is is unsustainable. And this punch in the gut is just unfair. So I'm proud to stand with Peter on this issue. And this is some gift that New York gets the fact is New York, we get shortchanged virtually every type of federal revenue sharing spending every dollar that New York saints to Washington, we get seventy nine cents back other states, like the state of South Carolina. They get about a dollar twenty five dollars thirty bucks subsidizing the rest. Of the country and congressman king hope since the Democrats took over the house. The reinstatement is possible Soviet hall WCBS NewsRadio. Eight eighty a New Jersey state worker is now suing after saying governor Murphy's administration bostitch response to her claim that a campaign staffer sexually assaulted her. While Murphy was running for office. Katie Brennan's lawsuit Mercer county court is aimed at the state and the alleged attacker Albert Alvarez who denies the claim and resigned from state job last October. Once the Wall Street Journal started sniffing around the suit stated goal is to get rid of a state policy requiring victims confidentiality Brennan argues, it fails victims she says little was done when she went in confidentiality to folks in Murphy's transition office administration. No comment at this point from the state attorney general we'll check traffic and weather together in a minute, including construction on the merit. We'll see how that's affecting traffic flow. It is ten oh seven. There"