President Trump, Attorney General Daniel Cameron, Joe Biden discussed on Rush Limbaugh


Fax news. While Joe Biden focuses mainly on debate prep for a few days, President Trump is visiting three states today I will never forget our Hispanic American community. It's just been with me. Beginning with that Latinos for Trump Roundtable event in Florida a short time ago, Biden tweeting a reminder about the president's effort to eliminate Obama care in court, which would include coverage for preexisting conditions. After the president's executive order yesterday aimed at protecting that coverage. The long running fight over the president's tax returns continues with a federal appeals court hearing arguments earlier today. Fox's John Decker is live in Washington. The president's lawyers appealed to the second U. S. Circuit Court of Appeals after a District court judge last month rejected their efforts to invalidate a subpoena issued to the president's accounting firm. By the Office of Manhattan, D. A. Cyrus Vance. Lawyers for the president argue the subpoena was overbroad and was issued in bad faith. A temporary restraining order remains in effect, preventing any tax records from being turned over at least until the latest appeal has decided. The judges did not say when they will issue an opinion. Lisa Thanks John The family of Briana Taylor is demanding the release of grand jury transcripts as they question the evidence and the decision not to charge to Louisville police officers. A shot Taylor during a raid gone wrong in March as they returned fire from her boyfriend, Taylors, aunt Bianca Austin, calling out state Attorney General Daniel Cameron. What I had hoped is that he knew he had the power to do the right thing that he had the power to start the healing of this city. That he had the power to help men over 400 years of oppression. Instead, she says, it will always be us against them. A spokeswoman for Cameron says prosecutors and grand jury members are bound by facts and the law. America is listening to Bach's news. NewsRadio. Kale, BJ. I'm Patrick Osborne. This news is brought to you by my furniture market dot com. Six proposals and cracking down on violent rioters may be considered by the Texas Legislature next year House Speaker Dennis Bond and says they're not only important for public safety, but also to ensure that the voices of the protesters are actually heard. The message of these protesters is being drowned out by those that air, inciting violence and physical harm to others. Their proposals include jail time for Salting cops, damaging property blocking hospital entrances and those who are arrested would have their bail denied until a court date. Texas still has about $6 billion and cares Act funding that needs to be allocated before December. 30th Austin Mayor Steve Ather has an idea of how the city would spend that money. If the governor since I'm here, he says homelessness would be one area of focus, helping some of our businesses that are in great danger of getting lost help MUSIC CHILDCARE. So far, Texas has spent just over seven billion of its cares, act funding any dollars not spent by the end of the year, though, I have to be returned to the feds. A round rock school district is using its air ducks to Battle Cove in 19 maintenance Director David Hold back says through the process of bipolar ionization H V. A C system could send charged ions into the air that attached to vo Ces, or volatile organic compounds. Bipolar organization will continue to pull the O. C s out of the air and will continue to attack viral cells and bacterial cells, and the system is a significant upgrade, he says. Prior to Cove in that H V, A C system mainly focused on pollens allergens and mold spores. And Austin School District Superintendent Stephania was all days is despite rumors to the contrary, the district still plans to begin phasing kids on the campus on October, 5th will begin a 25% capacity. More kids will be added every couple of weeks. If it's appropriate. Let's get.

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