NASCAR, Players Associationnascar discussed on America in the Morning

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Congressman G. K. Butterfield preference seems to think that program is all work and it can just push it over to the states on the data that's coming out of the state shows the necessity the absolute necessity for a national strategy because while the buyers may seem contained in some areas it is conceivable that we can see a resurgence everywhere this frightens making should frighten the American beat Arizona is one of the state's seeing a surge in new cases president trump held a campaign rally there yesterday and we find pockets are we find people we find cases and they say the case is that job instead of saying what a job with doing with testing Louisville Kentucky police department has fired one of the police officers involved in the fatal shooting of Brianna Taylor here's correspondent bill rate call for the police department says that officer Brett Hankinson violated procedures by showing indifference to the value of human life when he wantonly and blindly in the department's word shot ten rounds of gunfire into Taylor's apartment in March a letter also said Hankinson violated the rule against using deadly force Taylor was shot eight times by officers who burst into our Louisville home during a narcotics investigation Senate Democrats are preparing to block a Republican police bill house speaker Nancy Pelosi says it won't bring real reform in an exclusive interview with CBS news radio they're just going to have to up their ante in terms of their sincerity and trying to make a change to get a job done she said she's open to compromise the FBI says it won't be filing charges in the case of that new sound in NASCAR driver Bubba Wallace's garage CBS's and the tree a NASCAR has come out with its own statement saying that there was no hate crime and that a garage door pull rope fashioned like a noose had been positioned their sentence early as last fall Wallace's NASCAR's only full time black driver Major League Baseball has announced a sixty game schedule after months of back and forth with the Players Association cards.

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