35 Burst results for "$3 Billion"

What Will Be Left of the BBB Bill Before Passage?

The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

01:18 min | 3 d ago

What Will Be Left of the BBB Bill Before Passage?

"Jake, I spent Sunday after the crowded dispersed reading build back better the House version. I mean, I'm at page 800 now, taking notes. I've gotten two columns out of it. I could write columns forever. It's the most absurd thing, including my Washington Post column this morning is about $3 billion in equity, which is up to Tom vilsack. A canny politician who has run for president before to distribute if it gets to the Senate. How much are they gonna carve out of this in the Senate? Salt deduction of tree equity, a 122 billion for homeless funding. What's going to go? So that's a good question. I think the major things that's going to go through are not those things. I think the major things that are going to go are the big things that mansion does not like. I mean, Pelosi has basically indicated if you listen, you read between the lines that the bill is pretty much set besides for some of these big provisions which are obviously huge and quite influential that mansion is going to have problems with. So that includes expansion of Medicare, paid leave provisions, the stuff. I think the rest of it, the small stuff that people will pick at and will be kind of the stars of election season ads are going to stay. That's just my

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Wokelash Comes Back to Bite Democrats

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:45 min | 3 weeks ago

Wokelash Comes Back to Bite Democrats

"The woke lash that we experienced this week. Is being interpreted by different camps in the Democrat party. The Democrat party's not really sure how to proceed. So, on one side, you say we were not, radical enough. That's Elon Omar, AOC. They say they didn't do CRT enough. David plot. We have Stephanie cutter, James carville, who came out and said that we need a woke detox. Well let me tell you, let me just kind of end the suspense for you if you will. That Democrats made a decision right as Floyd a palooza was beginning in last June. As Floyd a palooza was happening, and we had $3 billion in damages across the country, Wendy's on fire, police officers getting shot, Democrats saw a kinetic political energy that they wanted to seize for their own machiavellian, short term. Power goals. They didn't care about the cost. They made an all in bet on the racial arguments that this was going to be as significant as powerful as persuasive and as permanent. As the sudden shift on gay marriage in America. The Democrat consultants, the corporate hacks, they all said okay. The same way that Americans attitudes on gay marriage change dramatically in almost 5 years, that is going to be the case with race. That we are going to be we have to be ahead of this thing and we want to be the party of woke.

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"$3 billion" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

02:38 min | 2 months ago

"$3 billion" Discussed on WTVN

"$3 billion agreement for almost 1.5 million additional doses of its monoclonal antibody. To the government. You're listening to ABC news news radio 6 10 W. T V in Ohio could join several other states threatening to take legal action against President Joe Biden's new vaccine and testing mandate for companies that employ over 100 people. Ohio Attorney General Dave You spoke to 6 10 W. TVNZ Brandon Boxer about challenging the mandate that he doesn't even think can be properly enforced. Not going to police. It Alright job and candidly. I think the president has overstepped his authority here. This comes as Columbia City Council this week approved Mayor Andrew Ginther executive order requiring face masks once again for all indoor public spaces in the city. Amid a rise in new case numbers. Columbus Public Health will be in charge of enforcing that order. While there's certainly a lot of talk about the Covid 19 vaccine, doctors also say it's almost time to get your flu shot. September October is the ideal time to get your flu shot and it will last you throughout the whole season and you want to get them now, while pharmacy still have them, Dr. Nicolette Matthew says the sooner the better as demand for the flu vaccine could outpace supply this year. Sam's club, joining other companies in raising their minimum wage. Now to $15 an hour starting September 25th. The company has been investing in wages, with further investment going towards positions that will lead to a long term career with Sam's Club. The wage hikes come as its parent company, WalMart, said it will be increasing its minimum wage to $12 an hour foxes Hillary Barsky, an Ohio based ice cream brand, recalling one particular flavor. You velvet ice cream is recalling their raspberry fudge cordial due to an undisclosed peanut allergen. It was distributed to stores statewide in July. An escaped prisoner out of Mississippi has been arrested in Ohio. Garnet Hughes made his escape last week after he was allowed to attend a relative's funeral and somehow managed to get out of his restraints and overcome the prison guards who were escorting him. He was was taken into custody this morning in Akron, still wearing one of the handcuffs. Major League Baseball is making September 15th It's permanent Roberto Clemente Day. The league. Also announcing this year's nominees for the Roberto Clemente Award include Miguel Cabrera of the Track tigers, Mike Trout from the Angels and Joey Votto with the Reds. I'm Allison Wyatt. Our next news update is coming up in 30 minutes and breaking news at once. NewsRadio 6 10 w. T. V and Ran out of propane..

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ESPN Explores Sports-Betting Deal Worth at Least $3 Billion

The Afternoon News with Kitty O'Neal

00:25 sec | 3 months ago

ESPN Explores Sports-Betting Deal Worth at Least $3 Billion

"A few short years ago. But, of course, sports betting has come a long way in terms of being acceptable. So ESPN, one of the biggest brand in all of sport, is looking at a deal where they would license their brand to sports books at Caesars or draft kings. And if they cut a deal, it's going to be worth probably at least $3 billion to ESPN in a licensing deal for their

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Pacific Rim Leaders Agree to Step up COVID Vaccine Sharing

Here and Now

00:13 sec | 4 months ago

Pacific Rim Leaders Agree to Step up COVID Vaccine Sharing

"Of Asian Pacific nations agreed today to step up covid 19 vaccinations sharing efforts. China says it has pledged $3 billion in international aid to support coronavirus response efforts in developing countries.

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"$3 billion" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

01:57 min | 5 months ago

"$3 billion" Discussed on WTOP

"The Taliban has been moving quickly to capture more and more of Afghanistan. This is the U. S. Troop withdrawal from the country nears completion Afghanistan's president met with President Biden Friday but was offer little more than monetary support. CBS's Charlie Dagga is in Kabul, with Afghan military forces buckling under an overwhelming Taliban offensive. Local militias have taken up arms against the extremists in 10 provinces across the country, furthering the prospect of an all out civil war. President Biden's message to Afghan President Ashraf Ghani at the White House. The fate of the country is in its own hands. Now the Afghans are going to have to decide their future. US. Military sources tell us the withdrawal of forces will be complete by early to mid July. President Biden pledged $3 billion to help support the military and more than 300 million in humanitarian assistance. Flight crews are getting a lesson on how to protect themselves with a rise in bad passenger behavior. The T S A is bringing back self defense training for flight crews. The voluntary four hour course, which was postponed due to Covid 19 restrictions will be led by federal air marshals next month. It teaches the staff how to de escalate intense situations and, if necessary, defend themselves against an attack on a plane. The agency says it has started nearly 500 investigations involving unruly passengers more than three times a Total number in 2019 Lisa Matteo CBS News Some classified British defence documents sitting in a soggy heap were found by someone at a bus stop outside of London. The documents were given to the BBC by the person who found them. The British government says an employee reported the loss of the sensitive documents, which total about 50 pages. Just ahead in money news. Demand for the delivery of pet supplies surges. It's 11 53. On.

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"$3 billion" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

02:26 min | 5 months ago

"$3 billion" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Two left lanes. Still some heavy delays continuing into downtown about 25 minutes from 1950 downtown. I'm Vicky Conclusion. WGN Traffic central. A man has been shot during an attempted Carjacking in the Gold Coast neighborhood. It happened at about 10 20 last night. 35 year old victim standing with his girlfriend near ST and Chestnut when a man approached and demanded car keys. The man then shot the victim and fled in a Honda SUV. The victim was taken to Northwestern Memorial Hospital in critical condition. Police are looking for the shooter 2500 Cook County nurses and Health System Workers plan to go on strike next week. They say they want a fair job Labor contract more from WGN SPAM Jones. A one day strike is set for Thursday at Stroger and Provident Hospitals. It would also affect nurses working at the county jail and highway maintenance facilities. There, members of the Service Employees union, they say a shortage of nurses leaves them overworked. Cook County Board President Toni Preckwinkle says she shares their concern. But she adds, there was a nurse. Before Covid 19, and the pandemic only compounded the problem. Pam Jones, WGN news. We still don't know when those people who live New York chemical plant that exploded this week will be able to return to their homes. The chemical factory in Brockton. Caught fire on Monday, prompting the city to evacuate homes and businesses within a mile of the plant. Firefighters say the fire has been contained, Residents can file claims to be reimbursed for evacuation expenses like hotel rooms. The federal government plans to spend more than $3 billion to develop pills to treat Covid 19 and other viruses. The nation's top infectious disease expert, Dr Anthony Fauci, announced the plan yesterday. The antiviral pills would be used to minimize symptoms after infection. Health officials say taking the drugs right after infection could potentially keep more people out of the hospital Officials say the money will be used to speed up clinical trials and put the U. S. In a better position for the future. It's a whole of government effort aimed at developing the next generation of covid 19 treatments as well as preparing US for future threats. Dr Fauci says Some of the treatments may be available by the end of this year. 50 million people are bracing for his seventh straight day of dangerous and deadly heat. Today, the West has been baking in triple digits. With no relief inside in Arizona, Phoenix hit a broiling 118 degrees yesterday. Meanwhile, Californians are being asked to conserve energy to help relieve stress.

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"$3 billion" Discussed on AP News

AP News

04:56 min | 5 months ago

"$3 billion" Discussed on AP News

"House Speaker Nancy Pelosi calls it a landmark ruling, The Supreme Court dismissed a challenge to the Obama era healthcare law ruling Texas, Other Republican led states and two individuals had no right to bring their lawsuit in federal court. This is Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer. So let me say definitively. The affordable Care Act has one. The Supreme Court has just ruled the area is here to stay also left in place. The law's requirement. People have health insurance or pay a penalty. It doesn't mean much. The penalty is now zero. The Supreme Court unanimously cited against the city of Philadelphia and with a Catholic foster care agency that says it's religious views prevented from working with same sex couples as foster parents. The U. S. Will invest more than $3 billion for an antiviral drug program for the coronavirus and other dangerous viruses. Here's the AP, Sandra Madani. The Covid 19 pills would be used to minimize symptoms after infection. They're already being developed in Dr Anthony Fauci says the money will help speed clinical trials and give more support for research. The program also aims to find new therapies for other viruses. There are few treatments that exists for many of the viruses. That have what we call pandemic potential. Meantime, the CDC says. Average daily New Covid 19 cases in the US have hit their lowest point since the pandemic early days and are down 95% over five months. Saga or Megane. Washington The number of people filing for unemployment went up last week for the first time since April. Economist and Elizabeth Concho was asked why there are plenty of people out there who are still concerned about the virus. There are childcare concerns and then likely the the federal expanded unemployment benefits. They are likely a piece of the puzzle the UK recorded over 10,000 virus cases for the first time since February. This is a P news Scotch. Single malt whiskey drinkers are getting a break. The U. S is suspending tariffs on the Scottish exports. The move comes after a long standing trade route between the US and the EU has been resolved. President Donald Trump in pays the 25% tariffs in October 2019 as part of the trade dispute over aerospace subsidies, while the UK no longer is an EU member, belonged to the block when the tariffs were introduced. The Scotch Whisky Association estimates that the terrorists led to a 30% fall in total exports to the U. S. That's about the same as $850 million since March. 2021 Karen Thomas London Raphael Nadal will not play at Wimbledon or at the Tokyo Olympics, saying he's decided to skip the tournaments after listening to his body. Nadal is a 20 time Grand Slam champion. The U. S Open tennis tournament will allow 100% spectator capacity. Throughout its entire two weeks in Flushing Meadows, New York, October 30th through September 12th, Ed Donahue. AP News I'm Ed Donahue with an A P news minute a ruling today from the Supreme Court. The is here to stay that Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer's reaction, the Supreme Court ruled to dismiss a challenge to the Obama era health care law. Preserving insurance coverage for millions of Americans. The AP Soccer Madani has more. The 72 ruling leaves the entire affordable care act intact, including the now toothless requirement that people either have health insurance or pay a penalty. Congress reduced the penalty 204 years ago. That was the hook for Texas and other GOP led states to challenge the law. Saying if the coverage mandate was gone, the rest of the law should be to the justices ruled there was no right to bring the suit in federal court. Chuck Schumer says Democrats won't stand Still Following this ruling, we're going to try to make it bigger and better. Establish once and for all affordable healthcare as a basic right of every American citizen. I'm Ed Donahue. The U. S. Will invest $3.2 billion in a program to boost development of antiviral pills for covid, 19 and other dangerous viruses that could turn into pandemics. The Covid 19 pills would be used to minimize symptoms after infection. They're already being developed, and Dr Anthony Fauci says the money will help speed clinical trials and give more support for research. The program also aims to find new therapies for other viruses. There are few treatments that exists for many of the viruses that have what we call pandemic. Potential. Meantime, the CDC says. Average daily New covid 19 cases in the US have hit their lowest point since the pandemic early days and are down 95% over five months. Saga or Megane Washington. Get dead. The perfect gift now at Macy's Father's Day cell with an extra 25% off his favorite designers with your coupon or Macy's card.

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Alibaba Faces $2.8 Billion Fine From Chinese Regulators

NEWS 88.7 Programming

00:15 sec | 8 months ago

Alibaba Faces $2.8 Billion Fine From Chinese Regulators

"Alibaba has been slapped with a nearly $3 billion fine for anticompetitive behavior. Chinese regulators say the company violated anti monopoly rules and abused its dominant market position. Windsor Johnston. NPR

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Alibaba Faces $2.8 Billion Fine From Chinese Regulators

Weekend Edition Saturday

00:39 sec | 8 months ago

Alibaba Faces $2.8 Billion Fine From Chinese Regulators

"Tech giant Alibaba has been slapped with a nearly $3 billion fine. Chinese regulators say the company has engaged in anticompetitive behavior. NPR's Emily Fang reports. The fine comes as Chinese leaders are reportedly investigating how Alibaba and its founder became so powerful Alibaba's troubles really began after its founder, Jack Ma, give a speech criticizing Chinese financial regulators from Muslim entrepreneurs like him. Hypo of a second company financial technology firm called Aunt Group was then abruptly canceled, and his executives called into meetings with regulators. Ma has now not been seen in the public eye since last October.

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Biden pushing for a major expansion of offshore wind energy

All Things Considered

00:53 sec | 8 months ago

Biden pushing for a major expansion of offshore wind energy

"Expansion of offshore wind energy that could bring thousands of wind turbines to the east and West Coast. NPR's Jeff Brady reports the U. S. Is trying to catch up with Europe, which already has many more offshore wind farms. The White House set a goal of 30 gigawatts of offshore wind power by 2030 enough to power more than 10 million U. S homes Right now only one wind project is operating in the North East. Still, Energy Secretary Jennifer Granholm says such a quick increase is possible. It is gonna be a full force gale of good paying union jobs that lifts people up. The administration says the plan will support about 32,000 construction related jobs through 2030 agency heads say their departments will work more closely together to speed environmental reviews, and the Energy Department is making $3 billion in loans available to the offshore wind industry. Jeff Brady.

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Clearview AI's face database violates privacy, lawsuit claims

KILF Morning New Podcast

01:59 min | 9 months ago

Clearview AI's face database violates privacy, lawsuit claims

"There are greater concerns. And i have been Naive about this and this. This really opened my eyes. According to the lawsuit clearview has provided thousands of governments government agencies and private entities access routes. I said governments plural. Not not just the united states federal government or state government. We're talking about governments around. The world came. Clearview has provided thousands of government government agencies and private entities access to its database which they can use to identify people with dissident views monitor their associations and track their speech. Big brothers here folks. Nineteen eighty-four george orwell and all that big brother is here except that they're not making a hard and fast rules in terms of where you can go and who you can talk to and what you can see and say yet. Lawsuits had clearview scrapes dozens of internet sites. This'll get your attention. Right like facebook and twitter and google and then mo. What does that mean scraping the site. Well they gather facial pictures. It involves the use of computer programs to automatically scan and copy data which according to the lawsuit is analyzed by clearview ai to identify individual biometrics such as ice shape and size that's put into a face print database that clients can use to identify people and You know we've just to appoint and you say well. Okay so they can you know if they're looking for a criminal somebody who's wanted for heinous crimes. They can catch them before they can escape from the airport. Because we've got all these cameras that can identify these people and that's good but it also means you can't just disappear if you want to. You can't and you may say well. Why would i want to do that. I don't know but just a little. Bit creepy

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Gov. J.B. Pritzker Delivers State of the State and budget address in Chicago

Anna Davlantes

00:34 sec | 10 months ago

Gov. J.B. Pritzker Delivers State of the State and budget address in Chicago

"Delivered his state of the state budget address this afternoon. His budget proposal eliminates nearly $1 billion in corporate tax loopholes. Old state spending levels flat, includes new federal money for education and does not include a tax increase. This will be one of the most challenging budgets this government has ever had to craft, but I know there are willing partners in the General Assembly. Compromise, hard work and a willingness to make tough decisions is going to be required of all of us. The state is currently facing a $3 billion budget deficit.

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Biden says US is securing 600 million vaccine doses by July

Austin's Morning News

00:46 sec | 10 months ago

Biden says US is securing 600 million vaccine doses by July

"News, Joe Biden says more doses of the covert vaccine are coming by the hundreds of millions. The president said the 100 million more doses each of Fizer and Moderna vaccines he secured will increase. The government stockpile 2 600 million doses by the end of July. This after learning the vaccine program from the last administration was, in Biden's words. Much worse than anticipated. In addition, we're also provided $3 billion for 37 states and territories and tribe, the bolster existing vaccination centers. And create more of the centers to administer where we administer the vaccine, and the vaccine stockpile could increase further if the Johnson and Johnson one dose vaccine gets emergency approval from the

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White House secures deals for 200 million more Covid vaccine doses

Eric Harley and Gary McNamara

00:35 sec | 10 months ago

White House secures deals for 200 million more Covid vaccine doses

"Says more doses of Corona virus vaccine or coming by the hundreds of millions. Colonel Scott has the story, The president said the 100 million more doses each of Fizer and Moderna vaccines he secured will increase the government stockpile 2 600 million doses by the end of July. In addition, we're also provided $3 billion to 37 states and territories and tribe to bolster existing vaccination centers. And create more of the centers to administer where we administer the vaccine. Gurnal Scott Fox News. Tearing

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Fox News cancels Lou Dobbs's show

Tim Conway Jr.

00:19 sec | 10 months ago

Fox News cancels Lou Dobbs's show

"And the highly rated Fox business show Lou Dobbs tonight has been canceled. The decision was announced just today after Jobs and Fox News were both named in a nearly $3 billion defamation lawsuit by a voting software company over false claims of fraud in the 2020 election. But officials at Fox say the show's cancelation Is part of a preplanned programming

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Fox News and three hosts sued for $2.7 billion by voting machine company over election-fraud claims

AP 24 Hour News

00:22 sec | 10 months ago

Fox News and three hosts sued for $2.7 billion by voting machine company over election-fraud claims

"Voting technology company. Smartmatic is suing Fox News three of its hosts Rudy Giuliani and attorney Sidney Powell for nearly $3 billion, alleging they conspired to spread false claims that the company helped steal the presidential election. Away from Donald Trump. I'm Jackie Quinn. AP News

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Election Tech Company Sues Fox News, Giuliani And Others For $2.7 Billion

News and Perspective with Taylor Van Cise

00:39 sec | 10 months ago

Election Tech Company Sues Fox News, Giuliani And Others For $2.7 Billion

"Suit filed by an election tech company claims false narratives invented during the presidential election came at a high cost Earth is round begins. A lawsuit filed here in Manhattan by Smartmatic, a company that provided 2020 election services in one county, but became what its lawsuit called a villain in a story invented by Fox News, Rudy Giuliani and Sidney Powell. The Earth is Round two plus two equals four. Joe Biden, Kamila Harris one these Air fax, the lawsuit said the defendants knew it but pushed Alli Smartmatic said its officers received death threats. Clients panicked and its reputation was irreparably harmed. The lawsuit seeks nearly $3 billion in damages. Aaron Carter SKI ABC News New York's afternoon

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"$3 billion" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

03:58 min | 10 months ago

"$3 billion" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"Story invented by Fox News, Rudy Giuliani and Sidney Powell. The Earth is Round two plus two equals four. Joe Biden, Kamila Harris one these Air fax, the lawsuit said The defendants knew it but pushed Alli Smartmatic said its officers received death threats, clients panicked and its reputation was irreparably harmed. The lawsuit seeks nearly $3 billion in damages. Erin Kotowski. ABC NEWS New York's afternoon later on the House Democrats will vote on whether GOP freshman congresswoman Marjorie Taylor Green should be removed from committee assignment. Republican Congressman Marjorie Taylor Greene says she no longer supports extremist conspiracy theories like you and on was allowed to believe things that weren't true, and I would ask questions questions about them and talk about them. And that is absolutely what I regret. House Rules Committee chairman and Democrat Jim McGovern says Greens comments are too little too late. I didn't hear anybody apologize or retracting anti Semitic and Islamophobic remarks. Have been made that have been posted over and over and over again was Michelle's. The ABC News Washington President Joe Biden, making his first visit to the statement, Art department today saying he'll focus on diplomacy to rebuild morale and restore US relations abroad. Many of these values have come under intense pressure. In recent years. Even pushed to the brink in the last few weeks. American people are going to emerge from this moment stronger. More determined and better equipped to unite the world. And fighting to defend democracy. Michelle France and ABC News. Arizona's new station. Use station K t a R on air 92 3 FM online at K T A R calm and streaming Live on the Katie a. Our new Zap, You're breaking news and traffic now. 202 I'm Jacki Lynn. And here's our top story. Katie our eyes on immigration what is asking them to follow the federal law? Arizona's attorney general is suing the Biden administration over immigration and isn't backing down. Ktrs Gabriel Gamino joins us Live with the ages. Comments. Abide Administration issued an order basically halting deportations for 100 days. But Arizona Attorney General Mark Burnett Bitch tells the MIC group had his show That's a direct violation of federal law. Federal law literally says that an alien shall be removed when there's an issue or an order is issued for removal. He claims. The order is also a violation of an agreement that was signed in the last weeks of the Trump administration, which required DHS to consult the state before making changes to immigration policy. However, that agreement has since been scrapped by the Biden administration Reporting live. Keep welcoming. Yo Ke T R News and Arizona sheriff is a little concerned after a rash of special interest apprehensions at the southwestern border. There are special interest country because the terrorism activities that's what Yuma County Sheriff Leon Wilmot tells Katie are about a group of 11 Iranians who are caught near San Luis earlier this week. Border Patrol agents have also seen a recent uptick and crossers from countries like Bangladesh and News. Becca stand When you're talking about Iranian, is those Beka stand in those countries concerned because you really don't know what their end goal is. We've asked CBP what they've learned about the Iranians who were caught this week but have not yet heard back Luke Force ner Ta ta. Our news being exams are welcoming back fans into the newly renovated arena next week, but a special group will be filling the seats. We got the first game up to be exclusively for healthcare healthcare. Here is a health care workers just making sure that we were able to really honor that group of individuals who have done so much 1500 Suns fans will be allowed in for upcoming game season ticket holders will get first dibs followed by the general public. Sons take on the Cleveland Cavaliers at seven o'clock..

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"$3 billion" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:35 min | 10 months ago

"$3 billion" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

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American Airlines, Southwest post record losses

Eddie and Rocky

00:12 sec | 10 months ago

American Airlines, Southwest post record losses

"Airlines are big 2020 losers. Southwest lost more than $3 billion, its first annual loss since 1972 its second year in business. American lost almost nine billion, also a company record.

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"$3 billion" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX

News Radio 1190 KEX

02:31 min | 1 year ago

"$3 billion" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX

"Getting additional help to clean up hazardous fuels. I propose a 21st century civilian Conservation Corps and secure rural schools. Build that I wrote this broad O'Ryan. More than $3 billion. We'll be up again. End the winner. We're focused on that a couple of developments on recreation. Are while he built Got discussed on the Senate floor. Point person for Republicans that it was new to him. Which, of course, is the case. Like concept. I think we could get that path bipartisan, bicameral. Here. In fact, all the things I'm talking about, I think could be bipartisan, bicameral and I'm getting ready Introduced. Additional wild and scenic rivers Bill. Because recreation Just a big Engine for the state's little bit of good progress. On broadband. The Senate asked my bill to provide an additional $50 a month low income families to get Internet access. Vital. Class from work. Important for folks who are Working remotely. Part of $7 billion package toe also focus on expanding broadband. And it kind of duck tales. With my health care work. In the spring. Got the changes in the telehealth rules for Medicare. They were temporary. Now they're being made permanent. In this bill. And we also have gotten expansion of telehealth. Were mental health because mental health needs are off the charts. Particularly, um, in rural areas on the egg front. Got a big wind. The administration accepted the bill that I wrote with Charles Grassley, Republican chair, the Finance Committee on ranking Democrat So that our farmers in our small businesses all over eastern Oregon, and the fact is In rural Oregon. 99% of the businesses..

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Virus Cases Rise, but Hazard Pay for Retail Workers Doesn’t

Financial Exchange with Barry Armstrong

06:22 min | 1 year ago

Virus Cases Rise, but Hazard Pay for Retail Workers Doesn’t

"The back of our chat about Starbucks, raising their wages for baristas. The headline is Virus cases rise, but hazard pay for retail workers doesn't on. This specifically calls out Amazon and Wal Mart, both of which had boosted wages initially, but it's since pulled those raises back for saying, Look. Amazon, you reported, you know quarterly profits that were up 200% but are not paying your workers anymore. Since June. Wal Mart also had a big bump in quarterly sales in their most recent earnings quarter that they reported on Tuesday. They had paid some cash bonuses back earlier this year, but also has not done anything to raise wages here. And the question of this article is asking is, Is it fair for these companies to be raking in not record, but significant, significantly higher profits than earlier in this year will not paying their workers more given the safety risks there undertaken. I mean, I I'm not again to fairness. That's certainly legal. I think it's kind of shameful and embarrassing for the companies that they won't do this Home Depot actually did Home Depot announcing their most recently quarterly earnings that they're going to be making a number of their pay change that they did permanent and it's gonna result in a billion dollars in additional compensation every year. Um Yeah, way judging the morality of it. Clearly, Amazon doesn't feel like they need to hike them the pay rates in order to attract employees and prevent them from unionizing and continue to protest the low pay, But, uh, I I hope that they changed their mind, and I hope that shoppers like us draw attention to it. Um But you know WALMART Amazon plenty of other retailers lows, all saying that, you know they've stopped any of the hazard paper programs that they were doing back in March, March and April of this year. I don't currently have any new ones planned. So that's I guess problem over the last 50 years that we have effectively said Look, we're not going to judge this based on morality. We're just gonna judge this based on whether or not it's good for the company. I think it's hugely problematic and I'm glad to know why it was. Why don't we start by judging the morality then? Find this sucks. You guys are raking in $200 billion of extra profit. Give some back to your employees. Don't worry just about the shareholders and in particular, let's talk about worrying about the shareholders because I want to mention lows, and I'm gonna call those out here because you mentioned Home Depot for doing things the right way. Those said that they had paid out $800 million in pandemic related benefits to employees. At the same time, the company said that they were expecting to buy back about $3 billion of their own stock in the fourth quarter alone. So, basically Okay. And here's Here's where my big issue is. Lows, is saying that spending that $3 billion on stock buybacks to benefit shareholders, which again they're entitled to do Okay is obviously more important to them than spending more money, probably a fraction of that to actually provide sufficient protection. For their employees in terms of testing, PPE all those types of things I know they obviously do. You know, they provide those things they've said, Look, we spent $800 million on it. But when you look at it, there's a 4 to 1 ratio in spending that's going to shareholders compared to employees just for the most recent quarter. Isn't that the fundamental problem that a lot of people have with big business is that they feel that the little guy the person who's working is fundamentally disadvantaged compared to someone who has the capital to invest in that business to begin with. Yes, that is the problem, but I blame all of us for it. None of us have been willing to have, you know, hold their feet to the fire and say OK, Amazon, you're doing this to your employees. I'm canceling my Amazon subscription and no longer shopping at your store. Wal Mart. Same story for you. You guys, you know, make all of your stuff in China and outsource a bunch of jobs outside the U. S. And pay your employees garbage and get them on. You know, food stamps and government benefits. We all still shop at Walmart. So you know I Yes, I blame the employees and a little bit of corporate morality would go a long way. But I blame all of us, too, because we're also Old shopping there. We're all still buying the stock. We are absolutely and this is something where we're all guilty of this, And it's something that we all need to understand because you know, you mentioned the outsourcing of jobs that is, the is the opposite side of the exact same corner. When you look at you know the outsourcing of jobs to other countries for at significantly lower costs. It's saying, Look, this is good for the company. But now we've got thousands of people who have lost jobs simply because the company is saying, Hey, we're going to do this in order to help shareholders. I'm all about trying to innovate to make things you know better. Certainly, like when you talk about, you know, the pride that we have in American business. It's the idea of innovation and pushing the envelope and trying to come up with new ways to do news. Things through free enterprise is the idea. Hey, through competition and through going, you know, add it with other companies. You can figure out better ways to build a better mousetrap. Build a better car. Build a better whatever the heck you're building. Those the things that we want to encourage the things that we don't want to encourage, Okay? Is low saying, Hey, we're gonna spend $3 billion on buybacks because we don't have any way to spend that three billion toe actually innovate any better. We don't have a better way, You know, to stack lumber. So instead we're going to spend $3 Billion on stock buybacks. Hey, Wal Mart? Yeah, we're gonna outsource. You know a bunch of production to China, not because they have a better way of actually building anything but because they have a cheaper way because they have lower labor standards where we can pay people less. And that is the fundamental problem here is that we're not talking about These companies improving on things by saying, Hey, we've built a better mousetrap. We've built a better car. It's just financial engineering by being able to push dollars around in ways that benefit shareholders. That is. The fundamental problem is that we're not innovating the way that we need to were just engineering the financial results after the fact. I'm done. And by the way, this has always been the case. 978 Texan, You know, I wish businesses would go back to profit sharing. Yeah, you're right. You know that. This hasn't been the case since the beginning of the United States. We we used to have pension plans and profit sharing plans at major large businesses that have largely gone away at this point, so I'm good. Now I can get off my soapbox and Good. We'll get on my folks as we age, one of things

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Bezos sells more than $3 billion worth of Amazon shares

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Bezos sells more than $3 billion worth of Amazon shares

"Founder founder and CEO Jeff Bezos sold $3 billion worth of his company's stock this week. On Monday and Tuesday, Stan was revealed and a government filing He still owns more than $173 billion worth of Amazon stock. So sell shares to fund his rockets start up blue origin and also donates to nonprofit that your box business report I'm GeneCo's Ola invested in you.

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"$3 billion" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

Newsradio 1200 WOAI

02:22 min | 1 year ago

"$3 billion" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

"Closer to the Texas coast. A storm is expected to develop into a tropical storm, possibly as soon as today. The National Hurricane Center says the storm will be heading north before making a hard left and then head west into south Texas or northern Mexico by the middle of next week. With covert case is declining. Governor Greg Abbott announced yesterday that restaurants, retail stores, gyms and offices can reopen at 75% starting Monday, and additionally all nursing home facilities assisted living centers. State supported living centers and other long term care facilities are allowed to reopen for visitation. The rules for wearing masks will remain in effect because the governor says it is working. Since July, the number of hospitalizations in Texas due to the Corona virus has been cut by two thirds. San Antonio Mayor Ron Nierenberg believes easing restrictions will not lead to another spike in cases as long as everyone keeps taking precautions so mask wearing The physical distancing and also avoiding large crowds and also staying home When you're when you have symptoms when you're sick, I think if we can do that we can keep our infections under control. Metro health officials reported 141 new cases of covered 19 in Baker County yesterday the number of Corona virus hospitalizations in the county continues to decline. It's now at 214. San Antonio City Council passed a nearly $3 billion budget. It includes an $8 million increase for policing despite pleas from groups that wanted to fund police. That has been a national debate since the death of George Floyd. Conservative groups like the Texas Public Policy Foundation, argued that de funding would only increased violence. Probably the best area for improvements in policing is in training. Well, that's the first area that's gonna have to be cut if you defund the police The group's Randy Peterson argues that more police training would actually cut down on police shootings. That's because officers would have more tools in there to build to de escalate the situation instead of just they're gone. Saving The small performance venues is the goal of a new stimulus bill rolled out by Texas Senator John Cornyn. Wooo EYES Austin bureau chief Chris Box reports. The senator is promoting it with Texas country music star Josh Abbott. She's like Texas. She lacks me. Josh Abbott Band is a product of loving that rose to prominence playing small music venues in Texas and all over the country, the same venues that would benefit from.

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"$3 billion" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

03:06 min | 1 year ago

"$3 billion" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"Carnival says it lost nearly $3 billion in the third quarter. American farmers they're getting some help. The administration says It'll roll out $13 billion in farm aid starting next week. In April, the White House announced a $19 billion relief package to help farmers struggling with the pandemic. More details about this additional aid should be out sometime today. A federal court in Texas has ordered Bluebell ice cream to pay more than $17 million in criminal penalties willing to a 2015 listeria outbreak. There were 10 cases in four states, including three deaths in Kansas. The fine and forfeiture amount is the largest ever criminal penalty following a conviction in a food safety case. In a statement, the Justice Department said American consumers must be able to trust that the foods they purchase are safe to eat. Tom Roberts. NBC NEWS Radio on Wall Street Stock futures are mixed this morning. Next money update Coming up at 6 12, Pat. Watered K Away news radio 5 44 K is here with sports basketball fans in the mile high City had been waiting. Oh, I don't know. Almost a dozen years for this P. K. The other Nuggets to be in their quest for their first ever trip to the NBA Finals in Orlando tonight against the Lakers. If they're gonna upset LeBron and company, the Western Conference finals is going to be in large part to the efforts of their best player, Nicole Yokich, But the two time all MBA center is quick to point out. It's not just him shouldering. Look, it's really the whole team. You know. You see, the whole thing are playing better. Good. It's it's I always say it's not just me. It's sometimes is jar some vices. Bob, sometimes his coach Sunday. I think it's It's not me. It's not just me. So Nuggets Lakers took Game one tonight at seven inside the NBA's bubble. Vic Fangio and his Broncos get ready for the Steelers this weekend. They're definitely preparing for the fact they may have to bring up undrafted rookie running back Levante. Bellamy from the practice squad is Philip Lindsay missed his second straight practice with turf toe. Don't tell me, you know, having a good camp with us. Looks like he has some ability. He can be a contributor on special teams He might be out this week. Phillips injury Could friend you'll give us the latest on all the Broncos injuries, including how much progress whiteout Courtland Sutton is making on the practice field when he joins us on Colorado's morning news at 7 24 Bronchus Plan Pittsburgh Sunday at 11. Rockies will look to bounce back against the Dodgers after dropping Game one of their four game final homestand last night. 93 earlier start tonight. Our coverage on Kayla gets underway at five 31st pitch from 20 from Blake at 6 10 and Stanley Cup final is set to unveil face Dallas in Game one. On Sunday. The entire series will be held in Edmonton at Roger's place. Round. Two of US opens underway at wing foot Justin Thomas around one leader, five under won't be off until 11 27 and you may have some company atop the leaderboard. Belton Thomas Pieters has already jumped up to five under after burning the second hole he's in Five under the tournament as well. They're two players back for under Rory McIlroy and three others or three back Tiger Woods is playing with Thomas is all the way back at plus three, so eight shots off the lead. Again 80 off at 11 27 that sports arena crystalline Cassini's radio on the wrong bus..

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Lt. Gov. Mandela Barnes comments on Jacob Blake shooting

Dan Proft

03:06 min | 1 year ago

Lt. Gov. Mandela Barnes comments on Jacob Blake shooting

"Lieutenant Governor Mandela Barnes, commenting yesterday on what should and should not be investigated between the Jacob Lake Police involved shooting and the Kyle Rittenhouse case. The shooting and killing of Two rioters. Injuring of another guy's investigation is ongoing. But we don't need an investigation and know that Blake shooting falls in a long and painful pattern of violence, and this is a pattern of violence that happens against black lives too often. Across this country. And as you all know, we saw even more gun violence unfold on Tuesday night when two protesters were tragically killed in one other injured by gunshots. Someone that wasn't looking to keep peace. An outside agitator. Someone who came in from Illinois with a long rifle was able to just walk the streets freely like that something normal that we just come to expect me till you have not anything normal. We shouldn't come to expect that We shouldn't accept it. Because what do you think is going to happen if you haven't agitated man with a long walking down the street? Thinking that he's some sort of peacekeeper, and that kind of behavior shouldn't be enabled, either, And we have to deal with the devastating results of that way. Saw that happen in Louisville already. We saw it happen in Charlottesville. Somebody ran their vehicle to protesters ahead there. Higher was killed now. Kenosha, Wisconsin is also home to that sort of tragic scene. We have to Not ever want to see that happen again. Hey, Lieutenant Governor Barnes. What about in Seattle? Where Ah, Two people were murdered inside the Chazz Chop Autonomous. Own father of 19 Year old was murdered. Just filed a $3 billion lawsuit against the city. What about the violence there? What about Violence against police officers, including committed by Jacob Blake, resisting arrest prior to him being shot. Is that something that's relevant the number of times that Jacob Lake had to comply with police officers before it escalated to the shooting. And while we're manufacturing characterizations of Kyle Riton house, what about the actual records of not only the writers who were killed A convicted sex offender who was according to New York Times reporting, charging Riton house a somebody who was convicted of unlawful use of a weapon and in time public intoxication, who was shot and wounded. The other individual also The other individual killed. The other writer killed also criminal record. Should we talk about Jacob Lakes from El Record and what he was doing at his ex girlfriend's house in the first place? If you want to provide context in the conversation, fine, let's do it across the board and let's separate what we actually know. Versus what the left is hoping is true. Hoping something is true versus what you actually know, are two different things. What's the evidentially standard for making determinations about prosecution's about judgment calls? It seems that one of the questions that Governor Evers and lieutenant Governor Barnes and federal politicians from Diana Presley Kamala Harris to Joe Biden Don't want to comment on is that interesting

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"$3 billion" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

Biz Talk Radio

01:37 min | 1 year ago

"$3 billion" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

"Shared over $3 billion of each other's medical bills so they could help share your needs to invest of all you could save a lot of money with Medicare. The typical savings for a family is about 500 bucks a month. Your savings could be more or less. But think about what you could do with that extra money every month. You're not stuck with a high cost health plan you conjoined Meta share any time so called him today and check it out. Here's the number to find out more and there's no pressure. They're super easy to talk to call 844 91 Bible That's 844 91 Bible 844 91 Bible. You shouldn't have to choose a random lawyer who charges expensive hourly rates when you need legal help, But the legal system is to a complicated one of the choice do you have when you need help with your business, Sir, I want to protect your family Start with legalzoom. They make it easy for more than a decade. They provided a way for regular people like you and me to confidently navigate the legal system. Legal Zoom's not a law firm, and that's how they provide such great value. I don't rely on charging you by the hour. Instead, you'll get transparent pricing and customer reviews. So you know exactly what you're getting up front. If you need help With Inc LLC, these trademarks last wills, living trusts and more legal zooms. That's smart choice. They've got the right people on hand to answer your questions. And if you need legal advice, their network of independent attorneys can provide the straightforward guidance you need in most states. Don't let legal hurdles become an excuse. Go to legalzoom dot com today to start building your own future the right way to save even more. Enter rock star in the referral box and check out that's legalzoom..

"$3 billion" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:41 min | 1 year ago

"$3 billion" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"$3 billion of unclaimed property waiting to be claimed Goto find mass money dot com Now to see if you're on the list, lost payroll refund checks for gotten bank accounts and insurance proceeds are just some of the unclaimed $3 billion goto find bash money dot com is fast, easy and free. Did you know one out of 10 people in Massachusetts have unclaimed property, and last year, the treasurer's office returned over. $130 million visit. Find mass money dot com to claim yours today, that's fine match money dot com sports Now until you easy, NewsRadio Red Sox jumped down to a three Nothing lead in the first inning and held the three run advantage after three innings. Then, basically all their pictures stunk, and the game turned into an 87 lost to the Res at Fenway. But at least Boston didn't have TTO worry about sending fans home unhappy. J. D. Martinez homered for the first time this Seton Socks raise again Tonight. Main event is Toronto Though Bruins hurricanes today for Game one of their first round playoff, Siri's, he's forward Brad Marchand is confident in his bunch. But he doesn't have all the answers. Ahsoka cities out there just like that Vivienne necessary dancer BA C a night of election, say T. Yeah, I think that we're just coming. Also tonight. Celtics Grizzlies in Orlando and Patriots reportedly reached one year deal with veteran running back Lamar Miller, The former Texan missed last year with the Tornado C L. Adam Kaufman. W B Z Boston's news Radio 7 13 Out to the highways now like we do every 10 minutes, Let's check in with Lori Grandi and look at the Subaru Retailers of New England all wheel drive traffic.

"$3 billion" Discussed on SPACE NEWS POD

SPACE NEWS POD

02:44 min | 2 years ago

"$3 billion" Discussed on SPACE NEWS POD

"Hello and welcome back back to the space news pod a daily podcast about space science and tech. I'm your host will walden now this episode. We're GONNA be talking about the artists mission now. I've been talking a lot about the mission recently and that's because it's ramping up you know there's the gigantic rocket get that will be sending astronauts to the moon. The ls the space launch system. There's the lunar gateway that needs to be bill. There's also the Orion capsule which sits on top of this gigondas rocket basically the rocket is like a controlled explosion that we'll be launching this little capsule with astronauts in it to the surface of the moon by twenty twenty four and they need to be built still the Orion capsule isn't done and hasn't been built and people need a place to sit when they launched themselves to the moon so NASA just recently has dedicated three billion with a B. dollars to Lockheed Martin to build three Orion capsule's which will allow U. S. astronauts to return to the moon by twenty twenty four. This is a huge huge amount of money three billion dollars. It calls for a first phase including three capsules for two point seven billion for artists Missions Shins three to five to tick astronauts back to the lunar surface in each astronaut her each capsule can carry up to four astronauts so at any give time we could be sending four people up to the moon surface. NASA plans to order three more capsules during fiscal year twenty twenty two for missions six through eight for a total of one point nine billion dollars more so three billion so they did two point seven billion for this first round in another good one point nine billion for the next round six other capsules can be ordered later so there's going to be a lot of these capsules. They need a a Lotta capsules. Though you know they need a lot of tests to go on. They need to do a lot of testing and if something happens to one of these capsules they need to be able to replace it and they need to be able to replace it pretty quickly so having capsules in stock ready to go is the best way to do it so a NASA administrator Jim Breitenstein said this contract secures Orion production through the next decade demonstrating demonstrating Nasr's commitment to establishing sustainable presence at.

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"$3 billion" Discussed on Daily Detroit

Daily Detroit

09:51 min | 2 years ago

"$3 billion" Discussed on Daily Detroit

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"$3 billion" Discussed on Daily Detroit

Daily Detroit

09:51 min | 2 years ago

"$3 billion" Discussed on Daily Detroit

"I do a lot of community meetings. I'm constantly acts. Why don't I rose look like Ohio? That's number one question. We have the same weather climate and the reality is because we have a different funding sources. Well, of course, you're going to have the gas tax course. You're gonna have the registration fees, but Ohio invest a lot more money in their roads. Welcome to your daily Detroit recorded on Wednesday, June twenty six twenty nineteen. I'm Jerry stays today. We're talking roads in Wayne County. It's Michigan's most populous county and not only include the city of Detroit, but suburbs like Dearborn northville, lavonia, and the girls points. They say the county is staring at a three billion dollar Bill over the next decade. Justifies the roads we have an a conversation up at the mackinac policy conference with deputy Wayne County executive colo- Ray hall, and director of public service. Beverley watts we talk about the real options on the table. How governor Gretchen Whitmer is road proposal might fit into this, and what they believes an antiquated road funding formula set just after World War. Two will dive in right after this daily Detroit is brought to you in part by repurpose, that's where you can get hired by Detroit's best startups and companies repurpose connects top talent, like you with purpose driven companies based on values experience and culture fit. Join their talent community at repurpose dot CO. That's repurpose.

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"$3 billion" Discussed on KHVH 830AM

KHVH 830AM

01:55 min | 3 years ago

"$3 billion" Discussed on KHVH 830AM

"Honolulu. Dangerous deep freeze. Lisa brady. Fox news. There used to cold winters in parts of the midwest. But not like what's coming after the latest storm dumping, heavy snow in some areas, including Wisconsin. We're FOX's Jeff monosso is live. Lisa. We're in Kenosha county along the Wisconsin, Illinois state line under a winter storm warning where folks are digging out in the latest of recent snow storms and high winds and blowing snow accumulation. My scheme and so. My whole days free. Wedding day for school districts across the region with five inches of snow to the south as much as a foot of snow to the north. And is the focus quickly goes from snow to the bitter cold across the upper midwest with wind chills as low as minus fifty here into Wednesday. Lisa parts of the south also expecting snow, including Atlanta, which is preparing to host the Super Bowl on Sunday. No sign of an early thaw in Washington where lawmakers we'll try to iron out differences on border security before temporary spending runs out in less than three weeks. Meantime, a new report estimates slower growth for the US economy. Fox's Jared Halpern. Live on Capitol Hill the five week government shutdown was a contributing factor to slower economic growth that congressional budget. Office says accounting for a loss of three billion dollars to the US economy is primarily from lower government output, but it's also the indirect effects of of federal spending by federal workers CBO director Keith hall projects in eight hundred and ninety seven Bill. Dollar budget deficit next year lower GDP growth of two point three percent. That's down from three per more than three percent last year. The report is sure to spark more debate here on in congress over taxing and spending initiatives from both parties. Lisa. Thanks jared. Meantime on Wall Street a selloff over global economic growth concerns. The Dow's down three sixty four..

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"$3 billion" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

KTLK 1130 AM

02:12 min | 3 years ago

"$3 billion" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

"And may not affect the US economy of Lisa Brady. Fox news. Nonpartisan report says the economy did take a hit from the shutdown. Fox's Jared Halpern live on Capitol Hill in the five weeks. The partial government shutdown went on three billion dollars were lost and economic growth. It won't be recovered. According to a new report by the Congressional Budget Office. That's a huge figuring attorney twenty trillion dollar economy. But CBO director Keith hall explains a lengthier shutdown could mean a bigger hit. And we have investor confidence. This lasted long enough. We could actually see an impact on investment hiring going forward and is also lowering estimates for GDP growth this year to two point three percent and projecting eight hundred and ninety seven billion dollar budget deficit. Lisa Jared that would be a more than one hundred billion dollar increase in the deficit from last year. The report also predicting that the president's trade policies, including higher tariffs on Chinese goods. And other products would have relatively modest negative impact on the economy. President Trump not. Sounding optimistic about a compromise with congress before time runs out again in February oxygen Jon decker live at the White House. The president telling the Wall Street Journal that he sees the odds of a border deal less than fifty fifty and White House spokeswoman Mercedes schlep telling Fox News that the president has choices or try to see if we can get this legislative fix and ensuring that we're able to fund the border, and if he also has perfectly set the table for other options, as well we need to look into other options in order to fund the border option is to declare a national emergency and use Pentagon funds to build the border wall that however will likely be challenged immediately in federal court, Lisa. Thanks, John right now a sell off on Wall Street blamed in part on global economic growth concerns. The Dow is down three hundred ninety seven points. This is Fox News. Your next Fox News update in thirty minutes. Now, your top local stories are on twin cities news talk dot com. Minnesota news network. I'm Scott Peterson governor walls is considering a shift away from referendums as a means for funding..

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"$3 billion" Discussed on News Radio 810 WGY

News Radio 810 WGY

02:06 min | 3 years ago

"$3 billion" Discussed on News Radio 810 WGY

"W G Y. Our top story counselors will be available today at Columbia high school after one student allegedly stabbed another on Friday. We get more from WG wise. Feebler police say a sixteen year old has been charged with attempted murder. After stabbing a fellow Columbia student in the city of Rensselaer on Friday night. The incident did not take place on school property or at any school sponsored event the victim, underwent emergency surgery. Albany mad and is now said to be in stable condition. East greenbush superintendent. Jeffrey, Simon says this level of violence is tragic. I'm Phoebe NewsRadio. Eight ten and one of three one W G Y, New York state. Lawmakers are scheduled to vote on the child victims act today, the legislation allows sex-abuse victims to take legal action through age fifty five rather than the current off of twenty three. It would also open a one year revival window for victims of any age to sue over alleged sex abuse that may have taken place decades earlier, the countless church has long been opposed to legislation like this. But it has signaled that it will drop its opposition. If public schools are also included in the Bill to a snowmobiling outing to turned deadly over the weekend in Fulton County sheriff's office says Adam Klein of Johnstown was the lead sled in a group of five snowmobilers at the afraid of rod and gun club. When the group caught up to him. They say he was on the ground beside his snowmobile. He was transported to the hospital where he was pronounced dead. A new report says the latest government shutdown. Cost the US economy three billion dollars. The nonpartisan Congressional Budget Office CB L says eleven billion dollars was lost. But eight billion dollars is expected to be recovered CBO. Also, lower GDP estimates for the first quarter of this year by point zero two percent GDP is a measure of economic growth. The partial government shutdown lasted thirty five days. It was lifted when I deal was struck to extend funding for one quarter of the federal government to February fifteenth. President Trump has threatened another shutdown if he does not get several billion dollars for a border wall..

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