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It's been a long time since we've had an adventure the you're listening to heartland newsfeed radio network live twenty four seven at heartland newsfeed dot com. This stream is supported by advertisers and contributions by us on facebook twitter and instagram. The public service doa newscast nineteen twenty twenty one by clifford. Most extreme weather events in the us have been on the hotter and wetter side in recent years including fires and floods but climate experts say the catastrophic winter storm in texas is another example of global warming. Here's ross brown. Edward my bach is the director of the center for climate change communication at george mason university. He says climate change is a complicated topic and not completely understood. And that might explain. Why the texas energy grid couldn't handle demand during this week storm. Why the public utility operators across texas work expecting the possibility of a massive cold snap. They just haven't had time to recognize that as a threat my back says it's believed destabilization of the polar vortex is why we've seen such events as a heat wave in greenland and severe cold snap across the southern united states amid widespread power losses. Millions of texans have also been advised to boil their water for safety. And as first responders deal with texas's statewide power and water crisis business insider reports republican senator. Ted cruz office asked the houston. Police department for security detail at the airport ahead of a family trip to cancun crews claimed the joint was really an overnight trip to chaperone his kids who wanted to vacation with friends. Explain it away as him wanting to be a good dad. Business insider adds an unnamed source said the crews had initially planned to take a united airlines flight back to texas. On saturday his terry abruptly changed thursday morning. A fact that was later also reported on nbc by peter alexander. It remains unclear if the widespread criticism in any way impacted cruises return date. Healthcare workers have often been called heroes during the pandemic but they're advocates say. The sentiment can be quickly forgotten by the public including in some cases their deaths. What the help of infectious disease. Expert michael oester home. The saint paul and minnesota foundation recently launched the frontline families find it provides. Emergency grants and scholarships the families of healthcare workers who have died from covid. Nineteen jeremy wells with the foundation says the fund is designed for situations in which the person didn't leave behind a lot of wealth. Let's say they were nursing eight or something that's not a highly paid profession versus A physician that pass that you know who had five or ten million dollar life insurance policy. There are two phases for the grants. One provides fifteen thousand dollars for federal costs the second round funds up to sixty thousand dollars for long term expenses. They're administered by the separate braveheart fund which was established with the same mission. I'm mike mo one. This is p. ns ohio lawmakers from both parties and both chambers joining forces on a bill to abolish the death penalty in the state. Senator making an tonio sessional introduced legislation to replace execution as punishment for murder with a sentence of life without parole the lakewood area democrat one on a similar bill last year because this much more robust push. We're seeing the same things we've said in the past but we were seeing them with a stronger voice. Since nineteen seventy six eleven innocent people have been exonerated after death. Sentences in ohio including kwami ajami. He was on death row. Nearly three decades before being freed in twenty fourteen in double the placement in state of ohio would be like pulling on out of my good my blood into my heart decorum freedom in life. According to the death penalty information center public support for the death penalty is at its lowest and a half century. Ohio is among the twenty eight states with capital punishment. with one. Hundred and forty-one people on death. Row mary sherman reporting. This story was produced in association with media in the public interest and funded in part by george gun foundation navigating the healthcare system can be difficult on a good day dealing with insurance companies doctors. Deductibles and copays frustrating. But in a recent survey mark rich's reports arizona's said getting a surprise medical bill after a hospital visit is at the top of their list. Surprise bills are those sent by out of network providers sometimes for thousands of dollars on top of what your insurance pays william mcgovern with the arizona. Public interest research group education fund says other than the cost. Perhaps the biggest problem with these bills is that most people never see them coming. Patients do the right thing they go in. They check ahead of time. The hospitals network in even checked that the primary doctor is in network other doctors that they see whether they're or maybe the hospital sent their tests to lab or imaging done and those services end up being out of network mcgovern says. Regulations are currently in place to help arizonans deal with surprise bills. Finally eric ticket off tells us while washington state lawmakers consider a bill to clean up the energy that buildings run on subsidies and institutions are already leading the way house fill ten eighty four would put the state on a path to decarbonising the building sector the fastest growing source of greenhouse gas emissions. In the state last week the seattle school board committed to run on one hundred percent clean. Renewable energy by twenty forty board members zachary to wolf correlate the resolution and says he was inspired by a speech from the valedictorian of a seattle high school in twenty nineteen. What are you doing. We have eight ten years before we are going to be at a point of no return when it comes to climate emergency. Hp tennessee fours in the washington house committee on appropriations. It received a public hearing this week. This is my clifford. Thank you for wrapping up your week with public. news service. Servicemember listener supported her out. 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