Listen: Steve Kastenbaum, New York, NFL discussed on America in the Morning
"Welcome back to America in the morning at thirteen before the hour, the New York City housing authority, the nation's largest public housing organization is no longer in jeopardy of being placed into receivership. But a powerful federal monitor is being appointed to oversee the agency Steve Kastenbaum takes a closer. Look as part of this settlement, HUD, will appoint a federal monitor to the largest public housing agency in the nation, HUD, secretary Ben Carson, obviously, we're going to have to get to the root causes of these things and fix them. Mayor Bill de Blasio said the city agreed to dedicate another two point two billion dollars to the housing authority over the next ten years. We were both committed to very specific goals that would change and improve the lives of public housing residents. Critics of this deal Sates missing one important element additional federal funds for New York's two thousand six hundred public housing apartment buildings. Steve Kastenbaum new. A federal judge has rejected a lawsuit against the NFL filed on behalf of New Orleans Saints season ticket holders corresponding Clayton Neville says that controversial no call on what many believe was passing interference again game, spurred the lawsuit. The lawsuit was filed as a rid of man. It's meaning it claimed the NFL was obligated to enforce its rule that would allow the Commissioner to take action. But the judge said Goodell had no unequivocal duty imposed by law to investigate. And that the rid of man Damis can't be used to enforce the disputed right football fans in Atlanta for Sunday's Super Bowl are reacting to the judge's ruling. I think that's a good thing.."