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"32 cases" Discussed on TIME's Top Stories
"We were always fighting restrictions that are burdensome and make it harder to access reproductive healthcare. Says Nancy northup, the president and CEO of the center for reproductive rights. But not flat out bans. The boldness of the restrictions. The fact that we are litigating at the Supreme Court, the question about whether roe V wade should be overturned was nowhere on the horizon, 19 years ago. As the challenge is to abortion access have become more pronounced. Rickman's experience is accumulated. Julie has a first rate legal mind, but she doesn't have a trace of arrogance about it. Northup says it makes her an incredibly effective advocate because she is not letting any kind of Vigo get in the way of the way that she argues in the courtroom. Concerning for the rule of law. For decades, abortion opponents have worked closely with conservative lawmakers at the state level to limit abortion in a variety of ways. They have, for example, put in place an array of requirements, ostensibly aimed at protecting patient safety, but that really make it difficult for doctors to practice and for clinics to stay open. Abortion rights advocates call those trap laws. Target regulation of abortion providers laws. But over the years, efforts to reduce and ban access to abortion have gotten less subtle. Instead of adding facility requirements or mandating hospital admitting privileges, the subjects of the past two abortion related Supreme Court cases, lawmakers recently have sought to impose gestational bans and to revisit the idea of when life begins. Those laws go straight at the question of whether and at what point abortions should be illegal at all. Changing the viability standard, the central holding in row would not only upend the 1973 decision. It would also give states a green light to revisit dozens of other abortion laws that have been blocked over the years. One of the basic principles of the rule of law is stare decisis, says Rickman. You don't change precedent unless there's a really good reason unless there has been some really fundamental shift a real change in fact a major change in the law. And none of that has happened. For the court to reverse itself here for this right would just be deeply concerning for the rule of law. That's exactly what this Mississippi case is asking the Supreme Court to do. In a brief this summer, Mississippi attorney general Lynn Fitch asked the court to overturn row arguing that changes in science and society have rendered the precedent decades out of date and that the controversy over row has damaged the court. The national fever on abortion can break only when this court returns abortion policy to the states. The brief said. Rick will and other abortion rights advocates disagree with that logic. If row were overturned, abortion would become illegal, either immediately or very quickly, in roughly half the states in the nation. The center is currently litigating 32 cases, and as clients in 25 states, without the viability line, state legislatures would likely pass more laws restricting abortion and this work would multiply exponentially northup says, creating even more unequal access between conservative and liberal states..
"32 cases" Discussed on Talk 1260 KTRC
"But there were last year five million. Well reported to the CDC under 3000 something like 2100 e No, It's creepy. Now it's going to the estimated number is higher than that. But waiting under one million So so, you know, probably at most of 2000, and that's incredible. You know some of these things we might want to keep doing. Things like vaccine lotteries, things like, you know, wearing masks, even for other other illnesses through and it might help us from having to go through this. You know, gear and a half long ordeal again when because there will be other pandemics and it might help to bed. We're learning really good lessons for the future. All right. Um, but if people do that they were, Matthew. Don't get sick is off and you're gonna go out of business. Be bad for business. That's okay. I still have lots of chronic disease. As long as people keep eating, you know, hot dogs and pizza. I'm good, okay? Don't worry about me. You said you want things to get back to normal. And for you, that means less work less hours and more gardening, right? Yeah, I just want to work kind of 40 to 50 hours a week. That's what I asked. Me too. Me too. When that be nice. Yeah. Yeah, that's it, That's all. All right, um Amongst all of this, and The fact that we are trending much, much better, nationally, training much, much better statewide. Now we get an audit that says Well, actually, like 140. More people died from Cove and then we thought, but that's okay. Um, you know, it's good to have accurate numbers. Um Did you know the fact that we didn't catch this immediately? Lot more people were actually sick. From Cove it because we didn't know covet. We've had some band numbers in in Santa Fe County double digit numbers, which You know, it's relative. But they're not as good as they were. So today. The number. All right. The number of I'm just going to start with Santa Fe Always start stay wide and work you know to build the suspense to Santa Fe County today said if a county has six cases, which is Relatively speaking a good number. Better than it's been. Yeah. That's good. Yeah, No, that's good. Well over the weekend to we had a total of 32 cases of refried like 11 today. Yeah. So, um, that's good. That's good. I'm hoping it's finally going down. Yeah. That's great when you're out in about, um, you know, not in your clinic. I know. Well, do you still require patients coming in anybody coming into the clinic to wear a mask? Yeah, And we're probably going to do that for quite a long time. You know here so because, remember, this is where sick people come right? Oh, so we're dealing with that situation or, more likely, you may have people there who are very, very susceptible for many different reasons. Yeah, we have pregnant women. We have compromised people, and we have the number of patients that you know for whatever reason, either didn't get the vaccine or didn't Like the vaccine didn't create an immune response. Like if you have an autoimmune disease, So, um, so we need to be careful. Protecting most of our staff like over 90% of our staff is fully vaccinated, but it's really protecting patients from other patients. And so we're going to probably keep doing that for a little while, Um, on the C D. C. When they did their mask release, you know, they said that hospitals, health clinics are not included in this On so long term care facility. Yeah, things like that where people are susceptible, more susceptible. People are together. Um, so we're going to keep doing that. Um, but we're opening up. We're seeing, you know, except for the masks were pretty close to normal. I was saying before. 70% in like November. December of our patients were on telehealth. And now we're about down to 20%. So that's good, you know, And we're letting people back into the building here. Guessing coming now we had story. Coleman, who's our intern? She came in today. Actually, the first guest I've had live in studio. Since this whole thing started since, like we closed down last march. A year ago. Yeah, well, that's exciting. Maybe I'll come and give my last page. That would be cool. That would be really cool. All right, so What do you recommend? Um If people are going out to Grocery stores. You know, you're probably gonna wear masks because the grocery store is going to require it or ask you to what do you recommend another settings of going to get a haircut? Going to get a massage going to get your nails done or going to the gym. The gym's now not requiring mass, and they don't have to. What do you What do you recommend? Well, you know if you're fully vaccinated, and if you're going from another item, yes. I think those activities can be pretty safe. And if you're not vaccinated, then not, you know, like if you're not vaccinated. You really shouldn't be out in about like that. And I know there have been some people that say, why don't we open everything up? And if you're not back soon is your own fault And you took that risk. Everything's like, Yes, it's been stuff like that. Okay, but you know places like medical clinics or places like grocery stores. I personally am gonna be wearing a mask for a long time because The other places that everybody needs to go, you know? And if you are, um if you are Indio compromise. Like I said, if you're pregnant if you didn't get the vaccine, for whatever reason, If you're a kid, that's too young to get the vaccine and you have a family member. That's immunocompromised. I'm a lot. There's a million different situations. So from those essential places where everybody has to go congregate, you know, especially the workers at those places. Continue wearing masks for quite a while. I think in those places in solidarity with those workers, and I would encourage workers in those places to continue wearing masks, indeed, and especially grocery stores. Because they have to see so many people and a lot of times passing back and forth like money and groceries and all that. So when when we say follow the science and you're saying you doing this out of solidarity, But the solidarity is that there are people who must Shop must go to the grocery store in those people. May not, for whatever reason, be fully vaccinated or being a Fragile health condition where The solidarity is I'm I'm trying to look out for everybody. Yeah. No, I think for sure. I agree. I agree. I think that's the way to go example..
"32 cases" Discussed on WSB-AM
"Would you? Rather we're gonna mourn the loss of Charles Grodin dead at the age of 85 1 of my favorite actors of all time, But we're continuing our coverage of Ah political story to non political way. Joel Greenberg. Greenberg. Former confident of represent, You know, I just realized Just we're not mispronounce the Jewish name. That's how you know how tired I am. I just called him. Joel Green Barg. That's that's what you know. I'm sleep deprived. I can understand mispronouncing confident, but Greenberg sleep insecure. That might have been my first word out of the crib was Greenberg, Baby Weinstein. Greenberg anyway by Jews, nuggets Semites, I'm definitely worried that my mom has not texted me on the Piccadilly text line. Denying the fake Mount ST Helens ash stories. She knows that you're onto them. Yeah, so is definitely just cigarette ash that they tried to pass off his Mount ST Helens Ash. So now I'm sad anyway, back to what we're talking about. Joel Greenberg Greenberg, The former confident of Congressman Matt Gates, pled guilty on Monday in federal court to a range of charges, including sex trafficking, etcetera, etcetera. The thought in political circles is that he's gonna flip on some folks. And maybe one of them is the representative from Florida, Eh? So we're talking about flipping again. I don't care about the politics of this. He's not our rep not are not our problem. But would you flip on a friend of family or coworker? Have you had the opportunity to flip or has anyone? I never flipped on you for 487207 51 800 WSB talk I had the opportunity flip on my buddies in high school. I didn't I didn't ask Low T who grew up in Whitefish, Montana. Did you ever have an opportunity to flip on friends? A couple of times. And did you? Did you flip him? No, no, no. Nothing severe that you are facing big Big Daddy Jail? No, but there was an incident with a robbery at a liquor store. When I was in junior high, what was pretty serious and you were a suspect. No, Let's just say I was like, Hey, I had vital information could have helped. It was like I don't know what you're talking about. But there's fire like 25 males in Whitefish, Montana. They figured it out. Okay, instead of doing it one day with my help. They didn't do this. All right. I think I was competing. You didn't. You didn't open your mouth. Good job. Chuck Michaels and Mariana Michael. Welcome to the program. How are you, sir? Good. How are you? Mark? Excellent. What's going on, buddy? Uh, Well, actually, I'm breaking the law. Now I'm driving and talking on time. You could do that. You just can't Are you hands free? No. Alright then. Then I'm in the countryside. Uh, I'll try to take less than a minute here. When I went to college back in 73, I will not name the college. Uh, three of my dorm. Friends wanted to go out for a ride one night, so I went with him. And they stopped this gas station way out in the country Salad. There was no shack behind the Gas station. And how they had 300 cases bear stored in there, huh? Hey, they took about 28 cases spit it back in car, Maybe in a stupid 18 year old said. Well, you could put that you're my work. Do they have the loot in your room? Yeah, but they took 28 out of 32 cases where they just left for that. I felt bad. I I felt we had once the cops came. Oh, So did you tell on him? Did you flip or you? You took the heat. Oh, you did. This is my first quarter in college, and I thought Has nowhere more run there. Yeah. So what happened? Did you did you lose your friends over that they get in trouble. They got in trouble and they were suspended from college and nobody talked to me after that, but you didn't get suspended. No. Alright, alright. Yeah, I had proved that It was not made. There you go. All right. So Michael did snitched. He lived to tell about it, but he had no friends. No one talk to him. So there you go. Was a lonely child. He was alone was not an only child. A lonely child traffic updates every six minutes is WSB Scott Copter Doug Turnbull. If you're right now, 25. You're about to step in this of hurt their hope. You loosen the folks 25 stealthy out a little bit. Sarge. CNN had a spurt of binding thread. Atlanta Road exit 60, but what you give a little ice? What he It's not moving. Why car fire beat down to right lanes or blood? 25 South Cascade Road Travel Advisory there an exit seven at their downtown Atlanta, which will stack up as an alternate, or you could even use pulled industrial to Camp Creek Parkway is another way around this, the resident 25 kind of slower you expect, but I'll tell you there's a lot of westbound out of traffic coming. 25 door Village Nobody trying to hit trust trust to make that truest part tonight. You never gonna find that delays there. Does the work Stop, Mark..
"32 cases" Discussed on KHVH 830AM
"For now, people are advised to fly with their vaccination cards to make this whole process. Go a bit smoother. What he's coronavirus situation is starting to take a turn in the right direction. There was just one new case reported Thursday when last week each day featured a double digit case count between April 5th and May 2nd call what he went from zero active cases and the lowest positivity rate of any island to 91 cases on the highest positivity rate. Have been 32 cases between the bar and restaurant, each responsible for a large cluster. After infected people showed up to dying and work on a little mayor. Reclaim. DRD is promising to clean up Chinatown, the area Seen a spike in homelessness, drug use Pandelis, um and crime. Thursday night Mark the first time bland DRD spoken, a downtown Chinatown neighborhood board meeting. Mayor discussed some recent social media posts where residents and business owners paint a bleak outlook about what he's doing to improve the situation blend. Yardley said he plans to provide outreach services and tough love. He also plans to install more security cameras, improved parks and organized more community walks. His office is negotiating with the River of Life mission to move its homeless feeding services away from Chinatown. In the news radio 8 30 Cage, VH New Center. I'm Julia Norton, Dennis Stay up to the minute online and KH VH one at Facebook. We continue to take critical steps to better secure our platforms, including more than tripling safety and security teams to 35,000.
"32 cases" Discussed on WDTK The Patriot
"We make it possible for you to contact us and communicate with us. And if you want to talk with me about anything I'm talking about on the program today. Typically, I take it from the run down the rundown is King on six o'clock talk. The run down is that source from which I extract story material. To discuss with you day in and day out. It holds full sway Monday through Thursday. On Friday, however, you get to kick that run down to the curb. And talk about whatever you want. In the meantime, 809 23938 five's the number you dial to start the ball rolling. Interesting news of that. We I guess you could say predicted, but it wasn't much of a prediction. Really. It's just the way the legal system is set up to operate, and it is operating in just that way with regard to the Derrick Shove in murder trial verdict. You know that he was found guilty. Two different murder counts and one man slaughter count. The fact the matter is there is going to be an appeal for a new trial in that case. Just as we expected, there would be because they're a couple of things going on with regard to that case that are bothering legal professionals, some of whom are now speaking out in the public space. One was the lack of a call for a change of venue. Where that particular trial was concerned. There were some who did not believe Derek Jobbing could get a fair trial in Minneapolis, Minnesota, even though the judge did not decide to move it. And then there was the pretrial publicity. That may have created a kind of prejudicial environment in which the jurors were exposed to information they probably shouldn't have been 809 239385. 809 23 w D. D give us a call. Let us know what you think. But the former Minneapolis police officer Derek Jarman, convicted of killing George Floyd. Has filed an appeal for a new trial. Fox News report Sharpens Attorney Eric Nelson filed the request Tuesday and quote alleges that the former police officers ability to have a fair trial was affected. Most Assuredly, in his opinion by pretrial publicity, also claims that the court abused its discretion. By refusing to grant request. For a change of venue outside the Minneapolis area. Then there's this other business of an individual who was on the jury. Who Was apparently In attendance, at least at one event. Where George Floyd's relatives spoke. Do you think that may have had a prejudicial impact on the individual? Well, whether it did or not, they didn't declare it on the form of that jurors or potential jurors are to fill out And let folks know whether or not they should or should not be considered for the jury, so that again becomes another reason for why a new trial has been requested. Anybody seemed to think that based on at least these situations and or circumstances That a new trial may not only be granted, but the verdict. Vacated 809 239385 809 to 3. Double U D T K Alan Dershowitz, professor emeritus. Harvard Law chimed in this one juror actually attended. That event that had George Floyd Family members speaking He didn't say that on the jury question form that he was given. Uh well that well, that guilty verdict be vacated. It should be. Without a doubt. This was not a jury. This was an advocate. And if it had not been an anonymous jury, probably people would have disclosed the fact that this is a juror who had a point of view before he heard a single bit of evidence. And when you combine that with the threats to the jurors, what do you think this jerk came out now and publicized himself? Because he voted to convict If he had dared to vote for a quick he'd never have disclosed himself because he knows he'd be attack. That's not the way the jury system should operate in America. Ellen Dershowitz law professor emeritus, Harvard Law 809 239385 809 to 3. Double U D T K six o'clock talk with Darryl would on the air talking about these and other stories. Anybody think that that verdict is now in jeopardy as a result of these developments? Anybody think that Mr Chavez ought to get a new trial? In the meantime, Speaking of trials versus no trials, rioters In Portland, Oregon, who have been arrested and who are waiting to find out what their next fate would be inside the criminal justice system are apparently going to be released. They're going to be released with nary a charge. Anybody surprised by that development, even as the FBI goes after people who are involved in the January 6th riot at the Capitol building. Trying to charge these folks and jail them, if not find them. These folks in Portland, Oregon, responsible for fighting with the police, destroying public and private property, burning down buildings and just General anarchy are going toe. I'm gonna fly the coop, As the saying goes. Dan Springer, Fox News, D a much MIT said that he would not charge people even for felony writing the White House pressure the U. S attorney in Orient to start hauling riders into federal court over several months. U. S Attorney Billy Williams did just that filing charges against 97 people. But since then Williams and the acting U. S attorney under President Biden have dismissed or deferred 58 of those cases. Seven people have pled guilty, but only one is going to go to prison. And there are 32 cases pending. Federal public defender says Justice is being served. I think the federal government went overboard in some of the ways that they address these protests, and what we're seeing now is that many of the cases that were brought because of the federal government's overreach are now being dismissed. Now all of the 31 deferred cases, which means no record, no jail time and maybe some community service 19 or felonies, including get this 16 assaults of federal officers. The former head of homeland security who went to Portland to check on the courthouse is shocked that so many cases were being dropped. It's offensive to all the men and women who risk their lives in Portland for 9120 days or even longer, in some cases. Being attacked night after night after night, and Chad Wolf told me that Billy Williams, the U. S attorney under President Trump in Oregon, was hesitant to file those federal charges, saying that it's basically Oregon doing what Oregon in Portland does. And.
"32 cases" Discussed on WTMJ 620
"It's so because for rehabilitation is that the first step to acknowledge that you were wrong. Can I add that Jeff as I mentioned to your producer? Um maybe this is the counter balance we need in Congress so that the Congress in general says No. These kinds of statements step outside the bounds. Whether you're liberal left whether you're extreme, right, etcetera, etcetera. Maybe this is the counter balance We need Well, thanks to call That's I mean, that, I guess is that is now what the issue is is going to be, And I think that's the issue that some Democrats have to wrestle with that. I understand. Like I say, this is and I'm not defending Marjorie Taylor Greene, but at the same time you take her off these committees. You make her a martyr. What I look she's somebody and nobody never heard of until a couple weeks ago. She's a backbencher from Georgia, who, in all likelihood, Will probably not be reelected if she runs again. Two years from now, she won because she came out of a heavily Republican district, and she won an eight way primary so that that's you know that that's the dynamics of this. My guess is that this is going to be her only term and in Congress. I think the better way to deal with this is just the kind of marginalize her As opposed to trying to make her a martyr. But you do open this this floodgate because that then becomes the question. You know, what are we going to do? Moving forward? But should we do We want Congress under the guise of policing its own and look and I'll be the first to tell you. I think this woman's comments are beyond the pale, But you know, I I think that there's a lot of stuff when when Maxine Waters says. I think people should go out and they should be confronting members of the Trump administration. When they're sitting and having dinner. They haven't obligation to get into people's faces. And I mean, I think that was beyond the pale to know it's not the same as being a denial of the plane flew into the Pentagon or anything like that. But what do we really want to He's saying, OK, we're gonna look at the cook meter here, and we're going to use that as a basis for deciding whether it should be in Congress or whether you should serve on certain committees. That's with the danger of this is it would be nice. If she just kind of step down voluntarily. That would be a good thing to do and try to tweet your point. Mark, try toe either rehabilitate herself through her work or or whatever, you know, put in her time. Try to advance yourself. That would be good. I think for the Republican Party in general, but she's being held up as an example. She's this is It's going to be a political show vote because the headlines, they're going to be again Republican representatives didn't vote to remove her from the committee assignments. And look, you know, she thought that the Parkland Florida shooting didn't happen. So you know this is being used as a wedge against Republicans. She could help that. But by taking her off the committee's You make her a martyr. And I'm not sure that's what you really want to do. And you set a really, I think questionable precedent moving forward for other people who were on the fringes of their parties. All right back with much more in just a couple minutes. This is Jeff Wagner. Or chip Lightner right after this this'll monumental moment in black history is sponsored by Tayback Law, Thurgood Marshall's A True American pioneer, Marshall played an instrumental role in promoting racial equality during the civil rights movement. As a practicing attorney, Marshall argued a record breaking 32 cases before the United States Supreme Court winning 29 of those cases. Marcel's impressive resume lead to him, becoming the first black justice appointed to the United States Supreme Court in 1967. During his historic 24 year term As a Supreme Court justice, Marshall developed a reputation as a passionate member of the court. Who supported expanding civil rights in acting affirmative action laws in limiting criminal punishment. Marshall is credited for being influential and shaking social policies and upholding laws to protect minorities. Thank you, the Thurgood Marshall for his trail blazing efforts and for paving the way for those who follow in his footsteps. Listen to one a 17 the truth all month long as we celebrate black history month,.
"32 cases" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"A city person. Or as a country person, and you have a sense of what is important to them by those descriptions, but two people ever describe themselves as a suburb person. And what would that mean? Well as we will learn today. Being a suburb person means something very different than it did 25 years ago. External forces like economics and demographics have changed the areas outside of big cities. Those changes include a widening wealth gap and what it means to be middle class. They include the collapse of the retail economy in the wake of e commerce alternatives like the A word. Four went out for shopping malls. Right and we now know how car culture has computed contributed to climate change. The suburbs were built around the idea that you'd have to get around in a car. Thank you, Robert Moses. In some cases, areas have kept up. But in others, these physical spaces of suburbia need to be re imagined, or even retro fitted. Hmm. There's a new book called Case Studies from Retrofitting Suburbia. Urban Design Strategies for urgent challenges. This is from the introduction, quote, Establish Suburbs largely built for young white families are more likely to be populated today by older white faces and younger faces of color. The book outlines six priorities for retrofitting suburbia, disrupt automobile dependence, improve public health support in aging population, leverage social capital for equity, compete for jobs and water and energy resilience. The book outlines 32 case studies of suburban redevelopment, including two from our area in Holmdel, New Jersey, where Bell Labs corporate campus was transformed in what's called a metro hub. And a multi faceted project in wine dance out on Long Island that turned an abandoned shopping center.
"32 cases" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO
"During the general election. Fulton County Election officials say 183,000 absentee ballots were mailed out across that county and as of Tuesday today, They've received 108,000 of the back of top election official and George is saying it could be up to two days before final results are in. Meantime, crowds of President Trump's supporters have already started together in Washington, D. C. Mike Tobin has more Supporters of President Trump are pouring into D C to rally and pressure Congress ahead of the certification of the electoral College votes with names like Stop the Steel Rally for Revival and March to Save America. The demonstrations are the last challenge before Congress makes the election of Joe Biden and Kamila Harris official. Despite loss after loss in the courts, dedicated Trump supporters still insist Election was stolen and the outcome can be changed. DC storefronts are once again boarding up as demonstrations in the spring summer and last month turned violent. Metro Police have posted signs warning demonstrators that firearms are not permitted in Metro D C or within 1000 ft of a First Amendment event. Congress will meet tomorrow to counted confirm each state's electoral votes on the presidential election. But group of Republicans are planning the challenge. The Electoral College votes Senator Josh Holly and Ted Cruz, spearheading the efforts to challenge the results that have called for commission. Would investigate the alleged voter fraud here in San Diego. There are now 32 cases involving the more contagious UK strain of the Corona virus, now confirmed in set, Eagle County. There are 24 new cases and four probable cases that have been reported in San Diego, In addition to the four cases already announced one person's been sent to the hospital. The 32 overall cases ranged in age from under tend to over 70 and Chila Vista, Lakeside, La Mesa and the city of San Diego, and the two dozen new cases come from 19 different households. There was no confirmed travel history. But doctors in San Diego now are being asked to forward positive results from people who traveled from the UK or overseas to the county. This strain is not to be more contagious, though not more severe, and people believed be protected from it by the Corona virus Vaccines. Jack Runako News, the county today reported 56 more deaths from a covert 19. There have been close to 200 deaths and Santa Go County reported over the last week with a total now of 1654 total covert related deaths since the start of the pandemic. The county reported 1814 new cases. That's down the more than 3000 the day before. And if you're feeling lucky, tonight's mega millions drawing is worth 432 million bucks. Now, 11 last night cap each option, by the way, comes out to just shy of $330 million. There's also a giant Powerball jackpot up for grabs tomorrow night. It's 504. Let's check out the freeways. Now, with Coco's real time traffic Here's my Ken Cup. Afternoon from your helpful sending you go. 100 dealers Traffic center looking pretty good on the coastline. Five is only 29 minutes. How we 52 down to Palm Avenue. He's bound 70, a little tight in San Marcos and the North 15. That's where the traffic is from Rainbow Valley up to the 79 Winchester Road..
"32 cases" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO
"Cliff Albert of the company's center set Eagle County reporting this afternoon. 56 more deaths from covert 19 That brings the number of deaths in our county over the last week too close to 200. There have now been 1654 covert related deaths and the county since the start of the pandemic. County health officials are attributing the increasing number of deaths to gatherings over the holidays and the presence in the community of the new Corona virus Variant first reported in the United Kingdom, which is more contagious in the previous train. Coco's Jack Cronin has the latest on now 32 cases involving the U K strain. Of that virus and set Eagle County. There are 24 new cases and four probable cases that have been reported in San Diego, In addition to the four cases already announced one person's been sent to the hospital. The 32 overall cases ranged in age from under tend to over 70 and Chila Vista, Lakeside, La Mesa and the city of San Diego, and the two dozen new cases come from 19 different households. There's no confirmed travel history. But doctors in San Diego now are being asked to forward positive results from people who traveled from the UK or overseas to the county. This strain is not to be more contagious, though not more severe, and people believed be protected from it by the Corona virus Vaccines. Jack Cronin. Coco News Nathan Fletcher, selected today is the new chair of the set. Eagle County Board of Supervisors. Board members vote owning an animus Lee for Democratic Fletcher to succeed Republican member Jim Desmond. And in his first remarks, his chair, Fletcher said. To continue to fight against the pandemic will not be easy. Despite the vaccines, folks continue to advocate defiance of public health measures. Measures that are designed to not only save lives but measures that are designed to get our small businesses back open. With all of them. Coming months present Art most difficult test and overcoming coronavirus. You could hear Maura of what Supervisor Fletcher has to say as he takes over as chairman of the Board of Supervisors Coming up tonight unsettled a cozy evening news. The polls have closed now on the Senate runoff elections in Georgia, and the election results may not be known until tomorrow morning that word from a top election official in Georgia. Tomorrow. A protest and demonstration is planned by supporters of President Trump as members of Congress take go through the normally formal process of confirming the electoral count, But it's not expected to be as usual with at least a dozen Republicans and other members of the House planning to object to some of the electoral count Results Cos time. 4 33 Let's check three ways Now with Coco's real time Traffic years, Mike Hancock Drives aren't really too bad here in the county clip from your health. Send Diego 100 dealers. Traffic Center, The south five from LaToya down to Palm Avenue in the South Bay. That's on Lee 26 minutes. You just got the brief lay around mile of cars Way South 1 25 still busy of the Grossmont somebody's head down towards spring. And in order, 15 is still a bit tight as yet from rainbow up through the to make in the valley. The Winchester their.
"32 cases" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO
"I'm Cliff Albert in the company's center. There are now 32 cases involving that new, more contagious strain that was first reported on the United Kingdom of the Corona virus, now in San Diego County. There are 24 new cases and four probable cases that have been reported in San Diego, In addition to the four cases already announced one person's been sent to the hospital. The 32 overall cases ranged in age from under tend to over 70 and Chila Vista, Lakeside, La Mesa and the city of San Diego, and the two dozen new cases come from 19 different households. There was no confirmed travel history. But doctors in San Diego now are being asked to forward positive results from people who traveled from the UK or overseas to the county. This strain is thought to be more contagious, though not more severe, and people believed be protected from it by the Corona virus Vaccines. Jack Cronin, Coco News, no charges in Kenosha prosecutors and could OSHA Wisconsin today announced they will not charge the officer involved. And they Jacob Blake shooting that left the black man paralyzed last summer and lead to violent protests. And that Wisconsin City, the police officer, Rustin Chesky, shot Blake seven times in the back as he tried to weather resists You have the His Children inside the district attorney and ketosis, saying today that no law enforcement officer will be charged with any criminal events based on the facts and law, and he added that no charges were filed against Jacob Blake in the incident, either the polls close in Georgia in one hour and the two Senate runoff elections that will decide which party controls the United States Senate. It is the counting of ballots nears tonight. George's secretary of state is criticizing President Trump Brad Rapids, Berger says the president is going around spreading claims that aren't true. We have someone that didn't get the number of votes that they wanted in Georgia, and then they disparaged our voting system. Grafton's Berger promised the Senate runoff elections taking place today in Georgia will be fair and honest and added The same was true of the presidential election in November. If the Democratic candidates win both races, they'll take control of the Senate, while Republicans need just one win. Sarah Bartlett, NBC News radio Republican Senator Ron Johnson. Today among the U. S senators who are gearing up to protest in Congress tomorrow during the usual formality of counting the electoral votes for the presidential election. There have on Lee been two occasions in history, where Congress debated contested electoral votes in 1969, the House of Representatives and the Senate debated one electoral vote from North Carolina. And in 2005, there was a debate over Ohio's electoral votes. You need both the House member and a senator to trigger debate in the House and the Senate. Some Republicans take issue with Johnson's approach, They argue conservatives prefer to yield to the states. Rather than big footing them in Washington, The Electoral Count Act of 18 87 says that Congress is supposed to treat electoral votes from states as final Let's chat program reporting from Capitol Hill. The money is coming, but where's it going? The problem is surfaced with some of the economic stimulus checks being sent out to Americans by the federal government. Number of people who use tax preparation services such as H and R Block and TurboTax say their second relief payments were sent to the incorrect bank account. The I. R S and Treasury Department began issuing the payments of $600 last week. They were made through paper checks, deputy cards and direct deposit. However, many people who pay their tax preparation fees with their refund Said the relief payments were sent to an account They did not recognize. Maryland. Haider Kogo news. Well, if you don't wait for that check, and if you're lucky tonight, tonight's mega millions jackpot drawing is worth 432 million bucks. After no 11 last night cash option comes out to just shy of $330. Million is all There's also a giant horrible jackpot up for grabs tomorrow worth $410 million. Coca News Time 303. I'm gonna check traffic.
"32 cases" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"Died each day of covert 19 1 month ago, the week ending October. 9th on average of 719 Americans died per day. That's 947 last week. Compared with 719 a month ago. That means around 230 more people every day are dying of covert in this country than one month ago, and if that's the number per day it means more than 6500 people. Died of covert in this country last week for the local record. An average of 10 people a day died of the disease in Connecticut last week. 12 people a day in New Jersey 22 people a day. In New York. There was some good news yesterday, which almost all of you have heard no doubt Early data data from Fiza shows that a vaccine the company has been working on is more than 90% effective. In the trial. So far. There is, however, some fine print, including the fact that this vaccine wouldn't be available for a number of weeks or months, even to begin with. Joe Biden announced his first covert measures yesterday. Another White House outbreak is underway to with Chief of Staff Mark Meadows and HUD Secretary Ben Carson. The latest to announce positive tests and Mayor de Blasio and Governor Cuomo can't agree on how serious the covert situation is in New York. What else is new? Those two can agree. So let's try to make sense of all this with us is doctor who's Messiah at MD. Infectious disease specialist and chair of the covert task force at Good Samaritan Hospital on Long Island High doctor said. Welcome back to WN my C Hi, Ryan. Thank you so much for having me back. Pleasure to be with you first. The numbers on the increases in deaths that I just gave plus the 130,000 new cases reported yesterday. A record. Put those numbers into context. What did they tell us about the trajectory in America right now? Yeah, I think you know it's really important to highlight. You know the current situation and how we're in a really alarming state right now, Nationally and globally on DH, you know, we've been very fortunate New York. Up until now. We've had a nice summer reprieve. But you know, this is none of this is unexpected. You know, it took us roughly a little over a week about 10 days to get from nine million to 10 million cases. And our cases are going up at a rather alarming rate nationally, and you know what follows behind those cases are hospitalizations and deaths. And you know we are going to be very quickly approaching. The 250,000 lives lost Mark, which is, you know, really troubling. Even despite you know, all of the ray of hope and the advances that we've made, we still are at a position where we do not have any therapeutic That's 100% curative. Nor do we have Scene right now, that's available as a preventative measure. So I think you know, the things that Americans need to remember is that you know, we have to use the tools in our shed that we know that work. You know, all of those measures to really prevent infection. Simple things such as mask wearing and you know, making sure that you're not In environments that promote virus transmission, crowded indoor gatherings, and it's we're moving into the winter. You know, these numbers are just going to continue to grow exponentially, and it's really troublesome already. What's happening throughout the country and you know far worse is just on the horizon. Joe Biden gave his first post election covert address yesterday. Is it clear to you what would actually change on January 20th in terms of covert policy? I think the most important thing that we really need that we needed. You know, yesterday that we need, you know, right this moment and going forward. We really need a national plan. We need a new effort. You know, for all of us to be on the same page two really? Work hard to combat this virus. You know, we cannot keep losing more and more lives every day. This is very serious. It's getting worse by the minute and until we have things that we're really help us get a control of this. We need a really good national effort with leaders in science that I know he's already put together. A good, strong team. So you know, we need this to really be in fact on DH right away. But I keep looking to Europe to compare the United States to regular listeners to the show will know that through the summer while Cases were increasing in the United States and deaths are increasing in in in the United States deaths as well as cases I would go on pretty much once a week and give the United States numbers with those like 700 deaths a day on average. And then look at Italy for look. Att The UK eight Look at France three deaths today. Not that way anymore. They're over 400 deaths today in Italy now. Oh, my goodness. And they don't have Donald Trump. So what does that tell us about how difficult it is to get this under control? Whether you're going to trump way or the Biden way. I think it's really clear and we've no known this from early on. You know, we've been following this from very early on and you know, we are right behind Europe from the start of this and I think is one thing that's very clear is so much of this virus and control of this virus is really dependent on our behavior. Andi, I think you know the second that things get a little bit better. We sort of get this false sense of security. You know, there's many, many different variables to this whether it be pandemic fatigue. Or just a social isolation and people just want to get back to normal and you let your guard down and the virus has not gone away, and it's just, you know, finds its way back into the community with increasing transmission. And we get into the situation where we're at right now where they're at, and unfortunately we're right behind them. Um And so you know, A lot of this is dependent on our behavior and you know the things that we can do to really control this. So now to the good news when a lot of people saw that visors covert vaccine was more than 90% effective in the recent trials, there were sighs of relief. There were reasons to feel encouraged. How does the company know that the vaccine is 90% effective? Are you encouraged and I don't know what 90% effective means. Yes. Oh, that's a great question. You know, as somebody who's on the front lines who, unfortunately still is having to stare death in the face with patients losing their lives daily. Even though we're more than eight months into this pandemic, I will take any, You know, Ray of hope, and, you know, silver lining. You know that's out there and really be cautiously optimistic. As Dr Fauci, you know, likes to say in our industry You know, there's data that is released right now. We just have a press release. And so we're going by. You know the information that we're told, But we really are awaiting, you know all of the data all the information that backs this and more information that more data that needs to be collected as this study is ongoing, to really look at the variables and to see you know. Everything that's behind this to look at, you know is this in fact effective in all age groups, you know it. Does this prevent, you know severe illness or not, But basically, you know, initially, the goal for this trial was to the intern. Analysis wanted to look at 32 Case. Report reports of Corona virus. But then you know, they decided to extend it to a minimum of 62 cases, and by the time they started gathering that information and back and forth with the FDA, they in fact had reported that they had 94 confirmed cases on DH. What that really means is that you know the trial. The clinical trial is really looking at patients that have gotten the vaccine on patients that have not And what they're doing is they're having symptomatic reporting after you know, most people are aware at this point that you know there's it's ah to Siri's vaccine. There's a prime and then there's the boost three weeks later and then approximately seventies after that, they want to see if there has been in fact development of illness in placebo versus patient that have actually gotten the vaccine. Now these patients are not necessarily being challenged because we have so much community transmission. No within the United States and within the world. It's just a matter of, you know, symptomatic reporting of new cases. You know the best of my knowledge. There isn't surveillance, PCR testing being done of all these patients, so So, what we're looking at is that 94 numbers the confirmed cases, But in fact, you know by symptoms, But in fact that number could actually even be higher because you know, we we already know that there People that don't develop symptoms with coded 19. But what they found was that you know it's 90% efficacious in producing neutralizing antibodies to prevent, you know symptoms of infection, So that's a lot higher than what we had in mind. You know, going into this, you know, usually the benchmark Ah, you know, if you look at employees of vaccines, and just from the FDA standards, they were just looking at a 50% confidence interval and you know, having this higher number is really helpful..
"32 cases" Discussed on WMAL 630AM
"Yesterday about this vaccine from spies that has a 90% or higher, effective great news way find out their fighters claiming that operational works, which is the Trump administration efforts to accelerate the development of a vaccine to address both 19. They claim they didn't benefit from it all, and they were not part of operation. And this came out in a quote yesterday morning and a bunch of reporters who are not reporters like these are not. These are about people conducting journalism. At least the people who advanced this line started cutting and pasting that line from the New York Times to suggest that Donald Trump deserve no credit whatsoever for the development of a vaccine and how quickly it was done. Those were all lies. That was all spin, and it was all disgraceful. These were all little propagandists yesterday was actually another great clarifying day in American journalism because you could figure out who was actually paying attention to the facts and who didn't care because it served their political interests. Operation warp speed. I don't have to go far to find evidence that the Trump Administration's decision to launch operation would speed help Fizer even one example, the U. S government has already placed on order with Pfizer to the tune of 1.95 billion with a B dollars 100 million doses. Of a successful vaccine. So they've already given a $2 billion commitment to Fizer $2 billion, If if the government approached me and said, Vince, I'll give you $2 million if you can produce a successful vaccine. I would, boy I'd be working overtime to make a vaccine. I don't have any. I'm not even sure where I'd start But $2 billion. Just give me a few. Let me let me work on that. That's good money. The federal government scaring you, too. Guaranteeing $2 billion. That is good money. Mary. Remember what operation works? He does. It's not just cash, they kick down every regulatory barrier. Necessary to speed along a safe vaccine. The record for vaccine development goes back to the 19 sixties, when measles and mumps was developed the vaccine for those and that was four years. It appears that we're a brown about to break the sound barrier on vaccine development. Thanks to Operation Warp speed, and these companies working in collaboration with the government. It's a huge deal, and I think a lot of people deserve credit and a big one is the guy who's been sitting at the resolute desk for the last four years. But again, they're not going to give him that that credit and I think we just all know this at this point in the game. If President Trump is not successful in his challenge is to to the vote count, and he does indeed leave the Oval Office. I would not be surprised to see them, You know, like the ancient Egyptians running around with with a chisel and a hammer, trying to take his name out of everything they possibly can, you know and and scratched his face out of everything they possibly can to just a racing. He's going to Cannes. He probably won't even appear in the history books. Who is the 45th president? Oh, there was not. It was a bad time we had We were leaderless. That's what our Children are going to learn. Like, even as of yesterday, though, I mean, you had Democrats Senator Chris movie No friend of the Trump administration, and he tweeted out. He even said why A lot of people are tweeting about how Fizer didn't accept government money for this vaccine. This isn't true. HHS did a $2 billion deal with visor to guarantee a market for the vaccine making fighters are indie Spend viable, classic public private partnership. Even Chris Murphy. Knows the Trump administration deserve credit. Scott Gottlieb, former FDA directors saying that very same thing on Twitter, Michael Strain over at a E. I tweeting yesterday that visor absolutely, and obviously benefited. From Operation Warp speed. It's a good programs, his strain and President Trump and his administration deserve a lot of credit for it now. Probably thinking to yourself Well, the timeline on this is interesting. Last week was a presidential election and all of a sudden the Monday after the election. We get good news about what's coming next with Khurana fires. We get good news about what the Trump administration did to stop the Corona virus. Why did it take so long for this detail to get out? I'm glad you asked that question. You're very smart person. You're welcome because it turns out, according to stat news. Of the FDA. Fizer and his German partner Bio in Tech were actually scheduled to release these results in mid October. The result of Their findings about how efficient this vaccine Wass were supposed to come out before the election mid October they were supposed to do basically they had to groups. Obviously you get your placebo group, your control group and then the group that actually gets the vaccine. And then as soon as they hit 32 people total who have contracted the virus, then they would release the results that was expected to be my mid October. Now what happened? Well, they said they decided not to conduct a 32 case analysis after a discussion with the F D a Instead, they decided to wait until they had 62 cases. But by the time the plan had been formalised, there were now 94 cases in the study, So in other words, They didn't release this merry in mid October..
"32 cases" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"The Asian trading that comes on stream of fully speaking, we've got at the moment futures pointing downwards over Japan and Hong Kong. Meanwhile, The air sex there in Sydney, showing at the moment a decline of about one third of 1% as we await a new inflation data or monthly inflation data. I should say Just about what 43 minutes from now looking at Informational CP I rebounding to 6/10 of 1% from a negative 3/10 of 1%. The previous quarter. But we did see the S and P 500 down. Dropping back with that loss is accelerating at the end of the session. Tech, though, was responsible, boosting the NASDAQ wars We had about 1.5 times the number of stock's going down than those going up nice like nevertheless. Finishings extensive 1% higher. Dyer was off by 1/10 of 1% and the S and P 500, also shedding 3/10 of 1% there as well. Looking at these tanks shows they did eat gains. Am D's $35 billion takeover fellowship maker Xilinx responsible for some of that. And it was the cyclical side of things which took the brunt of the hit that we've been reporting virus cases continue to kind globally, Europe is considering concerning further lockdowns is a pandemic. They're actually worsens Oil, so in focus at the moment, down nearly 2% 38 bucks. 80 cents the barrel. Tropical Storm Zita pushing all produces in the Gulf of Mexico to shut up. That initially gave the old price of boost before we saw it. Fullback also Microsoft out with better than anticipated numbers on that's been sending shares higher in the late session. All right, with all that in mind, let's get over. Done, Teo. What's going on? Global news wise. This man, Ed Baxter, San Francisco. Let me lay some other stuff on your expansive mind here, Ray US issues warning about a hacking group from North Korea for Hong Kong activists have entered the U. S consulate, presumably seeking asylum. SCMP has video of the four running into the building being let in. Victoria State Australia, easing some of its restrictions, opening restaurants with limitations looking at easing some restrictions on office work next week, Bloomberg reports US voting has reached over 50% of the total ballots cast in 2016 Joe Biden on the campaign trail, focusing on fighting the pandemic and health care that, he says Donald Trump is abandoned. Donald Trump, meanwhile, is touting the fact That the polls are wrong. And then if he's have supporters will turn out that he definitely will will win. Now The Trump campaign is cancelled. $5.5 million budgeted in Florida has got $24 million from its national budget. Bloomberg reports say shrinking funding covert 19 hospitalizations have risen in at least 10 states in the past week. I 10% I should say, let me get the numbers right? 10% in the past week in 32 states. And New York's governor, Andrew Cuomo, seeking to keep 95%, he says of the US out of New York. The governor day. Added California to Ah, list of 39 States whose residents must quarantine 14 days after arrival in the state in San Francisco. I'm Ed Baxter, This is Bloomberg. Douglas Craze. Yes, troubling spike in cases of covert 19. Not only here in the U. S, but Europe as well. Where are we? In terms of a vaccine? Well visors late stage trial of its experimental vaccine has yet to reach a key milestone. Researchers had been hoping to determine how well the vaccine protects people with the disease. We're going to take a closer look at this and some of the other issues surrounding vaccines. With Bloomberg Healthcare reporter Michelle Cortez. I'm curious Michelle what has kind of proven to be the fly in the ointment as it were in terms of the fighters late stage trial. It's interesting what's happening right now with Visor because we don't actually know what's going on. It's a little bit of reading the tea leaves. So the way this trial is working. They've enrolled 42,000 people in it, and they're gonna look at the early results once they have 32 cases of Corona virus among those 42,000 people and what the news is that they don't have those 32 cases. Yes. Which seems shocking, right like that. Just Where are these people? They must be doing a great job, social distancing and wearing their masks that we don't even have 32 cases yet, But it could be a good sign the fast big. Perhaps the vaccine is working really well, so we're not being in the infections that normally would have or it could be just when they started. The trial rates were pretty low, and so it's going to take a little bit longer to get there. You can read it both ways. What we know definitively is that they're not going to be able to tell us Just this week before the election. Whether or not it does have a significant benefit in terms of helping people avoid Corona virus. Michel, tell me. Is there anybody that any pharmaceutical company which we know it could be seen as being in the lead in a ll. This Well, Kaiser is considered to be in the lead. So that's why it's interesting. They're the ones who have been saying that they thought that they could get in efficacy indication in October, which today we found out will not be the case. They thought that they would know about safety in November, and both those things were ago that make it having something on the market before the end of the year, Of course. Next. The next one is AstraZeneca at trial in the U. S. Had been on hold for a while, so that significantly slowed them down J and J also on hold in the US during that pause its trial for a little while to make sure that it was getting enough diversity in its clinical trial work. They have done that now and they've resumed starting today. We also got a little bit of disappointing need from building back. They're delaying the start of their final really big phase three trial until next month. So it is happening a little bit more slowly than we had hoped. But honestly, it's still happening it, you know. Unbelievable Pace. Just not. You know what started it somebody. So Pfizer's trial as I understand it was phase three. So at this point, we're looking solely it efficacy. We've ruled out. A safety issues. Presumably, they were taking care of an addressed in the phase one and Phase two. But what happens if this proves to be ineffective? Do you go back and begin at the drawing board again and start from square one? Yeah, No, actually, you're still waiting on those safety and efficacy numbers, and not only that the term long term effectiveness of this vaccine won't be known for, you know, at least A year or two or maybe three, because it does just take a long time for some of these really rare side effects to come out, so we don't actually know safety or efficacy for any of these trials now, if it doesn't work Then they would probably have to go back to the drawing board and all of these companies. Most of these companies have more than one back in development, so there are plenty that that they are working on. But it's not like a pharmaceutical. It's not like a therapeutic where they could say, you know, we saw that Lily had some bad news with the antibody therapy, but those were in patients who are sicker. Another day, maybe Maybe give it to people who aren't a second. They'll do well on that living product. Vaccines aren't like that. You take healthy people from the beginning and bad. You hope it works. There could be some wiggle room. If you see that it's not working in older people because they don't respond as well..
"32 cases" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW
"Don't be a schmuck. Time for the Bloomberg Market Minute on 700 w El jefe Bellenger. Good morning, sir. Good morning, Mike having first day of fall, right, same Tio, We have the recap of markets from yesterday what the world happened. We kissed. We got off to a sour start like the Dow fell more than 500 points. 1.9%, the S and P. 500 NASDAQ had more modest declines. The S and P lost 38 points. The NASDAQ lost 15. Today we get the National Association of Realtors report on August sales of existing homes. It comes out right after the markets open. And economists think we'll hear that sales increased by nearly 2.5% last month to an annual rate of six million. We get earnings reports today from K Be home, Nike and auto Zone, All right. The Fed chair, Mr PAL, testifying on Capitol Hill today. Yes, And he says in his prepared text that the economy is improving, but it has a long way to go to fully recover from the pandemic. Powell will be before the House Financial Services Committee in that text. The Fed chair notes that employment and overall activity are still well below their pre pandemic levels. Mr Powell will be joined today by Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin. All right, And lastly, we'll find out something about visors vaccine sometime soon. What do we think we know well, Pfizer, and it's a German partner by on tech or hoping to get that early indication of whether they're Corona virus vaccine works because the company's plan to take their first look after just 32 infections turned up in their trial, which involves 44,000 people. Madonna and AstraZeneca waiting longer for results to appear, but an analytics firm says visor could have its 32 cases as soon as Sunday. All right, So our future's looking like what? They are mixed. SNP futures are up one point. NASDAQ futures are up 52. But the Dow futures are down 58 this hour from Bloomberg. I'm Jeff Hullinger, unused radio 700 wlw, checking.
"32 cases" Discussed on KQED Radio
"I'm Jen white. We're talking about the crisis of missing and murdered indigenous women. According to the FBI, nearly 5600 Native American women were reported missing last year. And according to the Urban Indian Health Institute, murder is the third leading cause of death among American indigenous women here to tell us why is Margo Hillman? She's a member of the Spokane tribe, where she formerly served his tribal attorney. She now teaches at Eastern Washington University and directs the school's tribal planning program. Margo. Welcome to one, eh? Yes, Thanks for having me. Also with us from Eureka, California is Anita Lucas. She's the executive director of the Sovereign Bodies Institute, which tracks cases of missing and murdered indigenous women. She's a Cheyenne descended Anita. It's great to have you Thank you for having me. So needed. We just heard about the unsolved murder of K. Sarah stops pretty places. How common are stories like hers? Unfortunately, case Sarah's story is very common. I've been fortunate to get to work with K. Sarah's aunt Grace, who heard from earlier a swell as other members of Sarah's family and other families in the region. It's important to know that Sarah is one of 32 cases of missing and murdered native women and girls in Bighorn County on one of 62 cases in South eastern Montana. So while her story is heartbreaking in so many ways, it's part of a broader landscape of injustice. Not just in Montana we've documented over 4000 cases of missing a murdered native women and girls throughout the U. S and Canada. Over what period of time? Well, we document from 1900 to the present, but over 80% of that data is post 1980. Not necessarily because the violence is increasing. But because the data is so hard to access of the easier are the more president. You get, the easier it is together. Marco, Can you explain how the prosecution of crimes works on tribal land and how that relates to this crisis? Yes, The complicated jurisdiction jurisdictional scheme in Indian country makes it very difficult to protect native women. There are a number of factors that come into play. You know, federal Indian policies like the Allotment Act opened up reservation land, so we had more non Indians settlers coming onto the reservation. We have statutes in the United States Supreme Court cases, but what it comes down to is a number of factors. It depends on the land tenure is the is the property where the act was committed. It matters. Is it trust property owned by tribe or is it feed property on DH? Then it also matters who is the perpetrator? Are they native or not native? This determines who has jurisdiction And then? Lastly, there are statutes like the major crime Major Crime Act. If it's a major crime, like murder, rape, arson, then the feds come in and do the prosecution's so then we're dependent upon federal actors who are responsible to prosecute these crimes. You have FBI agents that come onto the reservation, and you have the U. S attorney's office that prosecute these violent crimes. And Theo US Attorney's office doesn't always prosecute these crimes. I served as the tribes attorney for over 10 years and I can tell you I received letters a declination, where they declined to prosecute very violent crimes on our reservations. When you were spoken tribal attorney Can you give us an example of a of a case you worked on or or you followed so that we have a better idea of how this works in real time when you're trying to solve one of these cases. Okay, so there's a whole range of cases it goes from, you know, molestation of young Indian Children where we worked with Casey Family partners to have forensic interviews. We worked really hard to have good cases for the U. S. Attorneys to prosecute. And they would decline to prosecute. Sometimes they were one more violent acts of sexual assault in sodomy on DH. Those cases weren't prosecuted. I can tell you now the U. S attorney's office is working to prosecute cases, but for many years Indian country was ignored. How much investigation goes into cases like a Sarah's, which is right now it's a it's a mysterious death. It hasn't been called a murder. As I said the autopsy wasn't able Tio Cone into a cause of death, but how much investigation actually goes into these cases? Well, it's difficult to say when whenever there's a domestic violence or a homicide. We have to rely on our are outside partners. Maybe if it's domestic violence, and it's a non native, we do not have criminal jurisdiction over those individuals. There is a United States Supreme Court case, all font. Um, that states tribes have no criminal jurisdiction. So we have to rely on local county sheriff to come on and do investigations or to do wth e. The investigation for a simple DV and again if it's a major crime, we're we are calling FBI agents they can be very, you know hard to solve. Because we can't get anybody to come out to the reservation or as was mentioned by the and it's just not a priority, so just to be clear if An act of violence is committed against it. A woman on tribal land by someone who is not part of the tribe. You're limited in the degree to which you can actually prosecute that person. Except for in specific cases of domestic violence. Is that accurate? So, yes, it's very complicated, not even in acts of all acts of domestic violence. You know, In the past, we had till oa the Travel on Order Code Act that expanded the punitive abilities of tribal courts across the nation. But travel courts are very limited in scope of what they can punish the what they can hand down a CZ faras punitive measures, so we're treated like the impression is Irving that were a lower, less serious court. And that causes a lot of challenges for tribal governments for tribal communities to protect their women and Children. For that matter, there's you know, ah, range of violence against women and Children. Whether you're on the reservation, or you're even in the urban areas, it's difficult. These investigations don't always happen because of the stereotypes there's victim blaming as was mentioned. Oh, she, you know there's allegations of drug use. When main when we seen here in the city of Spokane, that there was somebody that untended Jenise woman that was found in an alleyway in she didn't use drugs at all. On DH. She later died of her assault wounds. A NATO for you. What do you think, are some of the root causes of this crisis of so many indigenous women going missing or being murdered?.
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"See lower Corona virus case numbers. The number of cases per 100,000 Today was 83. It's the 10th straight day under the state limit. It's trending in the right direction to open schools back up on September 1st. Governor said this week. The state will have guides for other sectors of the economy next week. The positive test rate in San Diego County today 5% role in two week average 3.9% hospitalizations continued to be at their best levels in four months. There were seven new community outbreaks announced today, so the total is 19 there above the rolling one, we trigger of seven new outbreaks reported in two restaurants to businesses, healthcare setting a grocery store and a faith based location. There were also eight new deaths reported in the county. The toll is 652 for the year at the statewide level, the governor says. We're at 6.5% positive test rate in California Hospitalizations Down Day Today Another 2.4% rates down one point 5% 12,000 firefighters are now working 560 incidents in California right now, primarily in the northern part of the state. This includes some 24 25 major fires and two of the 10 largest in state history. Governor Gavin Newsom today was that the Ln new complex fire the Lightning started fire in Lake and Napa County is Thea Leak Napa Unit LMU fighter has currently burned 220,000 acres. This complex represents the 10th largest, the complex S C U represents the seventh largest that the state has ever had to battle. These fires are stretching. Our resource is stressing our personnel We have over 12,000 firefighters now actively working to suppress these larger complex fires. The EU complex covers four counties in the Bay Area, Alameda Contra Casta, Santa, Clear and Stanislas counties that once burned 230,000 acres. Five people have died over all four civilians and the L. A new complex to Cal Fire helicopter pilot who's spelling the hills fire. In Fresno County near Coalinga as well. A six person of PG and E A contractor up in Northern California. The man known as the Golden State Killer is headed to state prison for the rest of his life. The former California police officer told the victims. He's truly sorry before he was sentenced to life in prison for a decades long string of rapes and murders across a wide area of California. Sacramento County Superior Court Judge Michaela Bowman said 74 year old Joseph D'Angelo will die in prison for his guilty pleas to 13 murders and 13 right related charges between the years of 1975 in 1986. D'Angelo also admitted Dozens more sexual assaults for which the statue of limitations had expired. Clif Albert Kogo News, sensitive for a former professional football player in San Diego County, has been delayed by the Corona virus, ex NFL tight end Kellen Winslow, the second will not be sentenced to prison for at least a few more months. However, attorneys disagreed in court Thursday as to when the case should move forward, given logistical issues concerning the covert 19 pandemic. A 37 year old Winslow was convicted in June 2019 of forcible rape, misdemeanor indecent exposure and lewd conduct counts involving three women. Dan Noone. KOGO News. Sentencing has been handed.
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"To mortality, and I think they're reporting here. Husband pretty straight forward over the last 5 to 6 weeks prior to that, when there wasn't testing in January and February, that's a very different situation on so there are other countries that if you wait, Did you hear what she just said? Did you hear that? What did she just say? Prior to that, when there wasn't testing in January and February? That's a very different. Oh, she said there wasn't testing in January and February. Well, we did a lock down the second week of March. Do you know what they went off from? The February numbers of Kobe. We had 32 cases of death marked Cove it in 1000 cases. And this is what prompted the entire nation toe locked down. But Debra Burkes now admits that they didn't really have much going on in February as faras testing goes. So what were those numbers then? And why did they keep them? Why'd they lock down our entire nation Because of those particular numbers? Well, the Yeah, it was just a air. Oh, poor mama. Right? Made yes, that they made that now they're saying oh, not so much, but it did prompt the entire lock down of our country. And here you go. Neighbour problem. Some countries air recording that as ah heart issue or a kidney issue and not a Coben 19 go. Right now. We're still recording at and well, I mean, the great thing about having forms that come in. And a force that has the ability.