18 Burst results for "72 Vote"

San Francisco Voters Oust Three School Board Members

The Larry Elder Show

01:41 min | 6 months ago

San Francisco Voters Oust Three School Board Members

"Meanwhile, here, closer to California. There were recall election involving three school board members. Why were they facing a recall election? Well, Asian American voters were angered because the school board introduced a lottery system for high school called Lowell high school. Lowell high school probably the finest public high school in California always had an admissions based test. And as a result, the majority of the school board were Asian American kids. And that, of course, does not work under the dye narrative, diversity, inclusion, equity. So these three board members voted to have an emissions based upon racial representation. Also, while they were shutting down the school, the school board members spent a lot of time debating on how to rename schools and some of the historical figures that were threatened to be canceled, included but were not limited to Abraham Lincoln and the three other presidents on Mount Rushmore, a Spanish conquistador named Balboa, John Muir, the naturalist and Paul Revere the Revolutionary War figure, all of those faced having been canceled by the school board members and as a result, these three school board members. Allison Collins, Gabriella Lopez, and feluga, malinga. We're facing recall elections all three were recalled. 79% voting to oust Collins. 75% voting to oust Lopez 72% voting to remove

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"72 vote" Discussed on CNN Political Briefing

CNN Political Briefing

03:19 min | 9 months ago

"72 vote" Discussed on CNN Political Briefing

"Is the CNN political briefing. It's Wednesday, November 24th. We're going to be talking about the Supreme Court, because the nation's highest court is smack in the middle of politics today. A bush in his abortion is. The nation is divided over a court issue that's been front and center. In elections for about 50 years. And that is, the right We'll explore two laws from Texas and Mississippi that are forcing the court to address abortion rights yet again. How the court rules in upcoming weeks and months can play into the 2022 midterm election. To understand where we are now with the Supreme Court and abortion, we need some context about where the Supreme Court has been. Roe V wade is the case that started it all. The justice is in 1973 ruled by a 72 vote. The state could not prohibit a woman from deciding to end a pregnancy before viability. That's the point at which a fetus can survive outside the womb. That's now estimated at 22 to 24 weeks of pregnancy. Now, viability is a term you're going to hear a lot of at this episode. Because that cutoff line was crucial to the road decision and is at stake in the new controversy at the Supreme Court. The court in 1973 grounded the right to end a pregnancy in the Fourteenth Amendment's due process guarantee of personal liberty. What's interesting to note here, especially on a political podcast is that the times were not as politically polarized back then, as they are today, and Republicans actually played leading roles in crafting the decision. Roe V wade was then upheld in the Planned Parenthood versus Casey dispute in 1992 by a much more bitter vote. That was 5 to four. Some of us as individuals find abortion offensive to our most basic principles of morality, but that can't control our decisions. We reaffirm the constitutionally protected liberty of the woman to decide to have an abortion before the fetus attains viability and to obtain it without undue interference from the state. That was just a Sandra Day O'Connor, the first woman on the Supreme Court, reading portions of her opinion from the bench. But that decision nearly 30 years ago, of course, was not the end of the matter. And this wouldn't be a political podcast if we didn't talk about political polling on this issue. A majority of American support roe V wade being upheld about 60%, while 27% say it should be overturned. That's according to a recent ABC News Washington Post poll. Still, strong opposition to roe V wade lingers. States continue to pass anti abortion laws and those laws are continually challenged. We're going to talk now about the two cases before the Supreme Court that could give states the power to restrict even completely outlaw abortions. We start with Texas. On.

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"72 vote" Discussed on AP News

AP News

03:16 min | 1 year ago

"72 vote" Discussed on AP News

"Democrats appear to be rallying around a new proposal, which has been slimmed down to win the support of West Virginia Senator Joe Manchin, whose vote would be needed to reach a simple majority. But because the bill is not filibuster proof it could be doomed by GOP opposition A solution in search of a problem. Senate minority Leader Mitch McConnell says there's no need for federal legislation. Despite changes made in several GOP led states after last November's election. I've taken a look at all these new state laws. None of them are designed to suppress the vote. The Democrats bill would soften new state laws, which add polling restrictions like less mail in balloting and photo. ID's Jackie Quinn. Washington Some Republican leaders are vowing to continue trying to Texas Attorney general Ken Paxton, who led the unsuccessful fight to invalidate the affordable Care Act, says he'll keep fighting against what he calls the massive government takeover of health care. But President Joe Biden vows to build even further on the law, and House Speaker Nancy Pelosi applauds the Supreme Court ruling a landmark victory. For Democrats work to defend protections for people with pre existing conditions. Every day. We think how far will the court go on a 72 vote? The court ruled not on the merits of the law, but that Texas and other challengers didn't have legal standing to bring the case to court. Jackie Quinn, Washington Coronavirus Update. I'm Tim Maguire with an A P news minute states from Washington Did Louisiana are the latest offer cash prizes and or college scholarships as incentives to get people vaccinated? Alabama and Mississippi trailed the rest of the country in percentages of people fully vaccinated, and they are the only states with fewer than 30% vaccinated. The Labor Department reports. 412,000 people applied for unemployment benefits last week, a slight increase over the previous week, and a figure economists such as an Elizabeth Konkle of indeed hiring lab work not quite expecting, She says the federal unemployment pump is part of the mix. There are plenty of people out there who are still concerned about the virus. There are child care concerns and then likely the the federal expanded unemployment benefits. They are likely a piece of the puzzle there, and probably not the whole puzzle. And we're seeing that on indeed that we're federal benefits are ending imminently. Job search activity has not spike. I'm Tim Maguire. AP News I'm to McGuire President Biden signs A bill that makes June 19th June teeth and national holiday this day doesn't just celebrate the past. Calls for action today. June 19th 18 65 was a day union Major General Gordon Granger and his troops arrived in Galveston, Texas, with news that the Civil War it ended and that the enslaved people were free. It was more than two months after Robert E. Lee surrendered to grant in Virginia. The term Juneteenth is a blend of June and 19th holiday has also been called Juneteenth, Independence.

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"72 vote" Discussed on AP News

AP News

03:15 min | 1 year ago

"72 vote" Discussed on AP News

"Democrats appear to be rallying around a new proposal, which has been slimmed down to win the support of West Virginia Senator Joe Manchin, whose vote would be needed to reach a simple majority. But because the bill is not filibuster proof it could be doomed by GOP opposition. It's a solution in search of a problem. Senate Minority Leader Mitch Campbell says there's no need for federal legislation despite changes made in several GOP led states after last November's election. I've taken a look at all these new state laws. None of them are designed to suppress the vote. The Democrats bill would soften new state laws, which add polling restrictions like less mail in balloting and photo. ID's Jackie Quinn. Washington Some Republican leaders are vowing to continue trying to eliminate the Obamacare insurance program, despite a Supreme Court ruling Thursday that keeps the law intact. Texas Attorney general Ken Paxton, who led the unsuccessful fight to invalidate the affordable Care Act, says he'll keep fighting against what he calls the massive government takeover of health care. But President Joe Biden vows to build even further on the law, and House Speaker Nancy Pelosi applauds the Supreme Court ruling a landmark victory. For Democrats work to defend protections for people with pre existing conditions. Every day. We think how far will the court go on a 72 vote? The court ruled not on the merits of the law, but that Texas and other challengers didn't have legal standing to bring the case to court. Jackie Quinn, Washington Coronavirus Update. I'm Tim Maguire with an A P news minute states from Washington Did Louisiana are the latest offer cash prizes and or college scholarships as incentives to get people vaccinated? Alabama and Mississippi trailed the rest of the country and percentages of people fully vaccinated, and they are the only states with fewer than 30% vaccinated. The Labor Department reports. 412,000 people applied for unemployment benefits last week, a slight increase over the previous week, and a figure economists such as and Elizabeth cockle of indeed hiring lab work not quite expecting, She says the federal unemployment bump is part of the mix. There are plenty of people out there who are still concerned about the virus. There are child care concerns and then likely the the federal expanded unemployment benefits. They are likely a piece of the puzzle there, and probably not the whole puzzle. And we're seeing that on indeed that we're federal benefits are ending imminently. Job search activity has not spiked. I'm Tim Maguire. AP News I'm to McGuire President Biden Signs of bill that makes June 19th June teeth and national holiday this day doesn't just celebrate the past. Calls for action today. June 19th 18 65 was a day union Major General Gordon Granger and his troops arrived in Galveston, Texas, with news that the Civil War it ended and that the enslaved people were free. It was more than two months after Robert E. Lee surrendered to grant in Virginia. The term Juneteenth is a blend of June and 19th holiday has also been called Juneteenth, Independence.

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"72 vote" Discussed on AP News

AP News

02:01 min | 1 year ago

"72 vote" Discussed on AP News

"Palestinian Authority Israel has vaccinated about 85% of its adult population and its faced criticism for not sharing its vaccines with Palestinians. The U. N says millions of people fled their homes last year because of war violence and persecution. This is a P news. Some Republican leaders are vowing to continue trying to get rid of Obamacare despite yesterday's Supreme Court ruling that keeps the law intact. Here's our Jackie Quinn, Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton, who led the unsuccessful fight to invalidate the affordable Care Act, says he'll keep fighting against what he calls the massive government takeover of health care. But President Joe Biden vows to build even further on the law and House Speaker Nancy Pelosi applauds the Supreme Court ruled. A landmark victory for Democrats work to defend protections for people with pre existing conditions. Every day. We think how far will the court go on a 72 vote? The court ruled not on the merits of the law, but that Texas and other challengers didn't have legal standing to bring the case to court. Jackie Quinn, Washington and I'm Rita Foley. AP News Iran is voting in a presidential election Tipped in the favor of a hardline protege of supreme leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei. State linked opinion polling and analysts have put hardline judiciary chief Abraham racy as the dominant the front runner among the four candidates, the nation's former central bank chief Is running as a moderate candidate but hasn't inspired the same support as racy. Public apathy has been widespread, though after a panel under harmony, But hundreds of candidates, including reformists, and those aligned with the outgoing president, the relatively moderate Hassan Rouhani, I'm Charles delayed asthma. Tired.

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"72 vote" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

01:44 min | 1 year ago

"72 vote" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"Hogan says vaccines not moving quickly enough, So he's taking his beef to the White House. Governor, Hogan says the demand is there for the covert vaccine. But the supply isn't federal guidelines and our state policies currently make two million Marylanders. Eligible for vaccines. The state of Maryland on Lee receives approximately 11,000 doses per day Hogan another governors will meet with President Biden today to figure out how to get the process moving, the president announced yesterday. A gold of vaccinate 300 million Americans by the end of the summer Maria Leaf fun W M a. L and w may l dot com. Loudon County lawmakers will vote march 2nd on a bill that would ban guns in county parks and God. Roman buildings, except for those with concealed carry permits and others in limited circumstances. The Board of Supervisors is also considering stations with magnetometers at the three main government buildings. The board moved the proposal forward with the 72 vote, with two Republican members opposing the van, citing Second Amendment concerns. After a month and a half in the hospital all Loudon County Sheriff's deputy shot on the job is coming HOME January 2nd Tony Gentry got the news No parent of a law enforcement officer ever won. To get his son, Cameron was shot four times while trying to arrest an accuse shoplifter at the Sterling Wal Mart. We rushed down there to the hospital, let her daughter know that other family members know four surgeries in a month and a half later, Cameron will finally becoming home Saturday on the first things he's been saying is, you know when can I get back to work? And we hope that does happen soon, but he's got a long road ahead. He says his son still can't walk on his own. Heather Curtis sound W M A l and w e mail dot com Checking.

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"72 vote" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

04:23 min | 1 year ago

"72 vote" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Doses to get shipped and be made available early next week. The vaccines come with additional concerns after reports of two early allergic reactions during trials. In the United Kingdom. ABC chief medical correspondent Dr Jennifer Ashton breaks down why the FDA chose to authorize the vaccine anyway. We have to put that risk of potentially let's say one in a million of a rare allergic reaction. Up against the risk of severe cove in 19 disease and death from covert 19 that risk way higher and that's how we make a decision in clinical medicine. It's risk. Versus risk vaccines will initially be made available to health care workers and older residents of nursing homes and healthcare facilities, hospitals and healthcare workers feeling the pressure as the United States prepares to administer the first vaccines next week. There are now more than 107,000, hospitalized with covert 19 across the country more than 3000 are dying each day ABC that governments Azarias like Los Angeles County could reach their limit before then in L. A county, which had more new cases yesterday than any state in the country. That's L, a county alone. With some hospitals in this region, Southern California are going to reach a breaking point in the coming weeks, which means they will not be able to accept new patients. So it is a very dire situation. And now Maine Governor Janet Mills has announced stricter mask rules. Owners of businesses and indoor spaces will have to deny service to anyone refusing to wear a mask. Mills says the order she issued last night simplifies the mask rules in Maine. A previous rules required people to wear masks indoors and allowed owners and operators to deny Entry to patrons who refused. The stricter standard is needed, says the governor, with the number of covert 19 cases in Maine, now, topping 15,000 in New Hampshire police in Manchester searching Two men accused of assaulting a convenience store clerk after an argument about a mask last month. This happened back on the 30th of November. The worker told the man. He was required to wear a mask inside the store because of the pandemic. Police say that led to an argument. The man left came back with a second man. They attacked the clerk. Tearing down a plastic shield, punching him and tearing off his shirt. President elect Joe Biden and Vice President elect Kamala Harris, announcing several more Cabinet picks is Congress pushes negotiations Another week on government funding. CBS is Natalie brand. Before the event here in Delaware, Senator Harris went to Capitol Hill for a procedural vote ahead of the Senate's passage of the defense bill and a one week funding measure to avert a government shutdown. This sets the stage for a funding showdown now. Ext. Week over government spending bill and covert relief at the White House. President Trump referred to a Biden administration in a tweet as the quote, scandal plagued mess and called on the Supreme Court to save the USA. But Friday night the high court denied a Texas case in a 72 vote, which sought to block electoral votes in four battleground states. Mr Biden won before announcing his latest nominees, The president elect took a moment to Remark on Wednesdays unprecedented one day pandemic death toll more than 3000 deaths in one single day. Hi single death counter in this pandemic. That's more deaths in a single day. We saw on 9 11 or Pearl Harbor. This is serious business among the cabinet nominees introduced by Biden and Harris for Agriculture secretary, former Iowa Governor Tom Vilsack, who held the same post and the Obama administration. Secretary of Housing and Urban Development, Ohio Congresswoman Marsha Fudge and Veterans Affairs Secretary Denis McDonough, who was the White House chief of staff under President Obama. Vigil held in Sun Prairie, Wisconsin to honor an Air force pilot who was killed in a training mission. Earlier this week. Durwood Hawk Jones flying a mission over Michigan's Upper peninsula. When his F 16 fighter jet went down his wife, Corinne, said. A few words about what this past week has been like for her..

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"72 vote" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

05:40 min | 1 year ago

"72 vote" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"45 Food and Drug Administration, giving the final go ahead to begin administering the nation's first covert vaccines. More on that story coming up the coronavirus death toll in Massachusetts now topping 11,047 additional deaths. In the last 24 hour reporting period. Former Masti troopers charged in an overtime fraud scheme. Former Lieutenant Daniel Griffin and Sergeant William Robertson, accused of stealing tens of thousands of dollars on the federal government shutdown averted for the time being President Trump signing a temporary government wide funding bill yesterday. Go back to our top story, The Food and Drug Administration granting emergency youth authorization for the Fizer covert 19 vaccine in this country. Clears the way from millions of doses to get shipped and be made available within days. The vaccines come with additional warnings after reports of two early allergic reactions during trials. In the United Kingdom. ABC chief medical correspondent Dr Jennifer Ashton breaks down why the FDA chose to authorize the vaccine anyway. But we have to put that risk of potentially let's say one in a million of a rare allergic reaction. Up against the risk of severe cove in 19 disease and death from covert 19 that risk way higher and that's how we make a decision in clinical medicine. It's risk. Versus risk. The vaccines will initially be made available to health care workers and older residents of nursing and healthcare facilities, hospital hospitals and healthcare workers really feeling the pressure now is this country prepares to administer the first authorized vaccines? There are more than 107,000, presently hospitalized nationwide with the virus over 3000 are dying every day. Baby sees Matt Gutman says areas like Los Angeles County could reach their limit before then in L. A county, which had more new cases yesterday than any state in the country. That's L, a county alone. So let's some hospitals in this region, Southern California are going to reach a breaking point in the coming weeks. Which means they will not be able to accept new patients. So it is a very dire situation here. And in Maine Governor Janet Mills announcing stricter mask rules, owners of businesses and indoor spaces will have to deny service. Anyone refusing to wear a mask? Miller says the order she issued last night simplifies the mask rule in Maine. Previous rules require people to wear masks endures and allowed owners and operators to deny entry to patients who refused. Miller says the strictures standards I needed with the number of covert 19 cases now topping 15,000 in Maine in New Hampshire police in Manchester, searching for two men accused of assaulting a convenience store worker after an argument about wearing a mask. Police say it happened on November 30th when the worker told the man he was required to wear a mask inside the store because of the pandemic. Police say that led to an argument. The man eventually came back with a second man, and they attacked That store clerk punching him and tearing off his shirt. President elect Joe Biden and Vice President elect Kamala Harris, announcing several more Cabinet picks as Congress. Pushes negotiations another week out on government funding here. CBS is Natalie brand. Before the event here in Delaware, Senator Harris went to Capitol Hill for a procedural vote ahead of the Senate's passage of a defense bill and a one week funding measure to avert a government shutdown. This sets the stage for a funding showdown next week over government spending bill and covert relief at the White House. President Trump referred to a Biden administration in a tweet as the quote, scandal plagued mess and called on the Supreme Court. To save the Yusa. But Friday night, the high court denied a Texas case in a 72 vote, which sought to block electoral votes in four battleground states. Mr Biden won and before announcing his latest nominees, the president elect took a moment. To remark on Wednesdays unprecedented one day pandemic death toll for than 3000 deaths in one single day. Hi single death counter in this pandemic. That's more deaths in a single day. We saw on 9 11 or Pearl Harbor. This is serious business among the cabinet nominees introduced by Joe Biden and Kamila Harris for Agriculture secretary. Former Iowa Governor Tom Vilsack, who held that same post in the Obama administration also announced yesterday, Secretary of Housing and Urban Development Ohio congressman Congresswoman Marsha Fudge and Veterans Affairs Secretary Denis McDonough, who was the White House chief of staff under President Obama. It is 6 51. It's time to go skiing. I am Charlie Ross with the WBZ ski report. There's a buzz about skiing this winter. 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"72 vote" Discussed on WSB-AM

WSB-AM

03:07 min | 1 year ago

"72 vote" Discussed on WSB-AM

"And it's three o'clock and afternoon. I'm Chris Chandler Live and the WSB 24 Hour news Center and in today surprise twist with the presidential audit recount he ordered sent to get underway. Georgia secretary of State Rapids Burger is going into quarantine his wife has tested positive for Corona virus. He's getting tested now. State elections officials this past hour say it will not affect the recounting the which begins tomorrow and runs just less than a week. New A three o'clock James Stirling, the States voting systems manager, says the hand tabulation of the presidential votes will end at midnight on Wednesday, and they were even hiring outside auditors to help in the larger counties. This will be the largest hand retailing by an audit in history, United States Way understand that it is a heavy lift, he says. It was easier just to audit the entire vote count rather than just a percentage, he says. While they were likely be a change in the numbers, he does not expect it to be significant enough to impact the outcome. Sandra Parish 95.5 WSB, the cab county certifying its 383,000 ballot results this afternoon. The audit there will start tomorrow. Cobb certifies its results tomorrow. As of three o'clock president Elect Biden leads in Georgia by 14,000 and 72 Votes 72 degrees on Peachtree Street at 301, WSB meteorologist Kirk Mellish has Atlanta's most accurate, dependable forecast coming up and check the traffic. Next year's Doug Turnbull big time back of Santa Butts County, Chris 75 North, There's something blocking multiple lanes near Highway 36 exit to a one inter gender of several miles already, who got big problems that spaghetti junction Next on 95.5 WSB top White House sources are leaking this hand. Afternoon. We got a similar story from CNN last hour and from CBS News New at three o'clock advisers to President Trump continuing to tell CBS News that there is no viable legal path, overturning the election results, yet the legal fight will continue. They do not expect the Supreme Court to intervene. They say President Trump is increasingly aware the legal battle is unlikely to succeed, but he likes to be seen as a fighter, and it riles up his base. President elect Joe Biden this morning spoke with Pope Francis. We're told they promised mutual cooperation new a three o'clock delta banning 500 plus more people from its aircraft because they refused to wear facemasks. Newsweek obtained a memo from the company's CEO to its employees, he wrote they added 550 people to the no fly list because they would not comply with that mask requirement. The CEO, adding most passengers wear the masks. And appreciate the steps the airline has taken to keep them safe. As the pandemic rages on, and with flu season that wonder way to a lot of hospitals in Georgia are a desperate need of nurses. Hospitals across the state are trying to hire intensive care nurses to treat the sickest patients. Augusta University health needs 250 nurses for its covert ICU. Ah hospital in Elberton is turning to the state for help in finding the nurses it needs. Man for nurses has tripled since the start of November. Another issue is a dwindling supply. Some nurses air, leaving the profession out of fear. Georgia is also competing with hospitals and other states who are recruiting the same nurses. Bill Chi Accio 95.5 WSB in Douglas Fill. It took less than a minute, says Gable, sporting goods manager Rome Smith. By the way, they were moving. They were pretty.

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"72 vote" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD

NewsRadio WIOD

04:55 min | 1 year ago

"72 vote" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD

"Voters in Massachusetts looked like they were giving the green light Teoh right to repair proposition now to the Southeast, decision desk and manic ler. States that President Trump expected to win in the South East. He is winning Alabama, Arkansas on South Carolina, Tennessee all going President Donald Trump still too early to call, though in Florida and Georgia, along with North Carolina and Virginia. We're still waiting on more of the election day vote to come in. There will, of course, have more throughout the evening from the southeast now to the central region, Decision desk and Sue Danielson. The final polls in the Midwest or closing at this hour. Now it's just a waiting game. There's some key states and play in the presidential race and in the Senate, Close Senate races are in Iowa, Michigan, possibly Minnesota. A number of incumbent senators in the Midwest have been projected winners, including senators in Texas, Nebraska and Oklahoma. Their number House races that hang in the balance. Amenities were close victories in 2018, and in some cases, the candidates are engaged in a rematch. That's the case and I was third Congressional District, which includes Des Moines, suburban voters are expected to tip that 11 way or the other. Now to the mountain region, Decision Desk and Gerry Bell Ah Blue wave in Colorado tonight. Vice President Joe Biden takes Colorado's nine electoral votes and former Democratic Governor John Hickenlooper has flipped the U. S Senate seat, defeating Republican incumbent Cory Gardner. The only good news for Colorado Republicans conservative Lauren Bober. It is leading and the third Congressional District Race in New Mexico. Joe Biden is leading in the early vote count for President. President Trump has won South Dakota with three electoral votes. Republican Mike Rome Is being re elected to his U S Senate seat from South Dakota, and we're waiting to see what will happen in Arizona Vice President Joe Biden believes he's competitive there, but it's a very tight race. There's also a tight race for U S Senate between Democrat Mark Kelly and appointed incumbent Martha McSally. Now let's go to the Pacific Regional Decision Desk and Jason Camp Adonia. The California lawmaker who made the case to remove President Trump from offices now locked in a battle to keep his congressional seat down. In Southern California. Democratic representative Adam Schiff is facing off against Republican challenger Erich Early in a race largely seen as about being about President Trump and shifts rolling his his impeachment early is accused Schiff of being quote obsessed with Trump. Shift represents West Hollywood, which is very diverse, but the majority of voters there are Democrats now back to Ryan Gorman in the studio. Thank you, Jason, and we're taking a look at some of the latest returns from these big swing states in Ohio, with about 70% of the votes in the president has taken a lead there by about 3% points. It's really tough to get a sense in Ohio as to how the votes that come in are going to shake out because, like I've given example in in the county where Cleveland is located, you've got about 60% of the votes in You're gonna have election day votes that have been leaning more towards Republicans and President Trump in a pretty big way in some places, But also you're talking about a more urban area. They're the same goes for Lucas County, where Toledo is her Hamilton County where Cincinnati is even Columbus in Franklin County. You've got about 63% of the vote in Joe Biden with a favorable lead a sizable lead, but you just don't know how those election day. Votes are going to break even in a county like that something or certainly going to continue to watch your listening to decision 2020. This's a decision. 2020 update in the race to 270 electoral college votes. Here's where we stand. The Biden Harris ticket has 89 President Trump and Vice President Mike Pence have 72 votes still undecided Key swing states this time around Florida, Pennsylvania, Ohio and North Carolina. The difference is small and getting smaller in some cases. Right now we're scoring Joe Biden with winds in Colorado, Connecticut, Delaware, the District of Columbia, Maryland, Massachusetts, New Jersey, New York, and it's 29 electoral votes. And in Vermont, where has three electoral votes for the Trump campaign, they take Alabama with nine electoral votes. Arkansas with six. With nine. Tennessee and Indiana with 11, West Virginia at five. Kentucky eight, Oklahoma seven and the Dakotas at three apiece. Also note John Hickenlooper looks to win the Colorado Senate seat. Ah big pickup for Democrats looking to take control of the U. S Senate. I'm Rory O'Neil with a decision 2020 update. This is a decision. 2020 Northeast Original UPDATE. Joe Biden has won eight out of 13 states in the region. So far, President Trump has been able.

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"72 vote" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

03:19 min | 2 years ago

"72 vote" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"We gotta he'll put things together, bring people together, and so my purpose in going will be to do just that he is expected to meet with Blake's family, according to a family spokesperson. During his trip Tuesday, President Trump did not meet with Blake's family and instead pushed his law and order rallying cry and again blamed Democrats for the unrest and violence in American cities and the chairman of the House Intelligence Committee. I'm Schiff announcing he will investigate the withholding of a July Department of Homeland Security Bulletin. People concerned that this is more evidence of politicization of the intelligence agencies. It warns law enforcement agencies of a Russian scheme to promote quote allegations about the poor mental health of former Vice President Joe Biden. ABC News obtained internal emails in a draft of the document. Catherine Folders ABC NEWS Washington about an update on the Cincinnati street cars. Let's check in with 700 Sarah Lise. Three car rides, They're going to be free for the next 60 days in a 72 votes. Cincinnati City Council overrode Cincinnati Mayor John Cranley is third Vito restored funding to transit fund and all without using money from the Otr Tiff Council will have to approve additional legislation to make fairs free permanently. Just make sure that before you do catch a ride, they have your face covering with you since they are required. I'm Sara. At least news radio 700 WLW. Six states remain on Ohio's travel advisory in the fight against Govind 19. They are Kansas, Iowa, Alabama, Nevada in North Dakota. Those states are still on the list. Meeting anyone from that. Cobb from those states. I should say from that list will have to quarantine for two weeks. Meanwhile, Idaho, Mississippi, South Carolina and Texas have been removed from Ohio's list. Late discovered 19 number stayed wide 1157 new cases with 11 new deaths Bringing the state total to just over 119,000 confirmed cases of covered 19 nearly 100,000 Ohioans have recovered from the virus. Public health experts say testing all students like Miami University will do is the only way the limit exposure once kids are back in the classroom. Miami wants to start in person classes September 21st but will only do that, after every single student on campus is tested for covert 19. They had over 500 cases. So far, there are few communities in America that could maybe get away without testing. But for large parts of America surveillance testing, the kind that the White House staff get the kind of professional sports get would be extremely helpful. Dr Rashi Shaz, a dean of Brown University School of Public Health. I'm Brian comes news Radio seven Hall of Fame er the Grade. Hank Aaron once, said a former med and Reds pitcher Tom Seaver. Quote Kid. I know who you are. And before your career is over, I guarantee you everyone in this stadium will to end quote Tom Seaver may have spent most of his 20 year career playing for the New York Mets. But in this time with the Reds, he achieved many career milestones. On June 16th 1970 80 throw a no hitter against the ST Louis Cardinals and a four nothing win. Three years later, he reached another major milestone on the one to number 3000 Shaver. Seaver became.

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"72 vote" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

02:05 min | 2 years ago

"72 vote" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"College age is to make sure that Move. It doesn't spread from that 18 to 24 demographic to the elderly. Some encouraging news, though Kesselman says it's a delayed indicator, but the number of people hospitalized in the I C U or who have died has dropped. Matt Reese News radio 700 WLW. Let's get an update on the Cincinnati Street cars from 700 Sarah Elise Street car rides, They're going to be free for the next 60 days in a 72 votes. Cincinnati City Council overrode Cincinnati Mayor John Cranley is third Vito restored funding to transit fund and all without using money from the Otr Tiff Council will have to approve additional legislation to make fairs free permanently. Just make sure that before you do catch a ride, they have your face covering with you since they are real. Wired. I'm Sara. At least news radio 700 wlw. Well, President Donald Trump's there in the pot, a little really heat. Now he's suggesting this week that agencies start a process of de funding cities that's right to funding cities. That allow long was protests that includes Portland, Seattle, D, C and, yes, New York City. They are governor Andrew Cuomo, lashing out at President Trump has told his agencies to defund New York and other democratically run cities facing unrest. A zoo clown in New York's governor Cuomo, who was once a Cabinet secretary since President Trump cannot legally take the city's federal funds without congressional approval. Andy Field, ABC News, Washington Hall of Fame pitcher and former Red Tom Seaver as passed away. It was announced Wednesday night that former Cincinnati Reds pitcher Tom Seaver passed away Monday due to complications of Lewy body dementia. And Cove in 19. Seaver played 20 years in the majors, spend part of the 1977 season with the Reds and then join the team again from 1978 to 1980 to one of Seaver's most notable games came on June 16th 1978 favour with a pile of jack and a pet theory about.

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"72 vote" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

05:55 min | 2 years ago

"72 vote" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Bloomberg Law with Joon Grosso from Bloomberg Radio. It was a remarkable breach of the Supreme Court's rules of confidentiality as a Siri's of CNN stories based on unidentified sources reveal the inner workings of the court. Will it affect the justices deliberations in the future deliberations? Chief Justice John Roberts has described as almost sacrosanct. I am instead talking about a shared commitment to a genuine exchange of ideas and views. Through each step of the decision process. We need to know at each step. That we're in this together. I've been talking to Professor Stephen Vladeck of the University of Texas Law School, Steve one instance, that I thought really illustrates. What can happen during the drafting process and circulating of opinions was the Georgia copyright case. Justice Thomas Lost the majority opinion in that case, tell us what happened. You know, Court watchers are always looking at the distribution of opinions over the course of sitting still in December of last year, the court for 12 KCET and 2000. Robert has two opinions had two prior has doing doesn't have not affect. Everyone assumed that that meant that one of the opinions written by the chief working for or Breyer had been originally a scientist, Thomas because she tries to assign evenly and there is the working theory was that Thomas had lost a majority. Along the way. That's not unusual, right. It happens that you know the original voter conference, a little penitence and that once the justice the signs right, the majority opinions that out to work, baby folks get a little bit sort of pushed away from the position that they have tentatively endorse that conference. I don't know it's a bit of a surprise if it was the Jordan copyright because I didn't love you quite as high profile as some of the other papers. There was a Wall Street journal editorial that painted Justice Elena Kagan as the sort of secret power on the court. You know, the one who could sway Roberts. What did these articles show about her role folk have assumed for some time. Now that the chief and justice Kagan or pretty close, they always talk reverently about each other in public. They seemed to not be quite as sharp in their criticism of each other when they're on opposite sides of the case, And I think this is a lot of sort of Assumption and premise, But it doesn't seem that seeped in general was sympathetic, at least in more cases than we might have expected to the position's being embraced by the more progressive justice. It wouldn't surprise me at all that justice Kagan was them back later from that coalition impunity speak the same language in a way that perhaps the chief and day just don't Tell us about the change in votes in the case involving LGBT rights, we learned that there had initially been some discussion and perhaps even a cannon devoted conference for the court split the difference and for the court to actually hold that. Yes, Title seven applies to discrimination on the basis of sexual orientation, but actually that it did not apply to discrimination on the basis of transgender status. And that indeed, there was originally a five for a majority that way and that as scores, it started to work on your opinion. Aah! Majority really coalesced around extension pedals Evans of both of those category one of the things that probably happened there. The story's All right is that it was very hard to actually write an opinion that drew the distinction that might have made sense when it was Earth to Scott. And this is why the opinion running process in such an important part of the court work because you know, there's an old expression that sometime in organ it just won't write because it might sound good when you sort of make the elevator pitch version of the June But when you actually have to put in the paper and 10 paces defendant Lee analysis that oftentimes might be the biggest clue you now doesn't work. In some cases, things change, not because the justices have wildly switched or because they've been persuaded by some public pressure. Simply because the opinion they thought they were right in, you know, doesn't turn out to be that the cases that got the most attention from the media and the public where the trump subpoena cases those were 72 votes, and apparently, the first vote was close. Tell us what happened behind the scenes after the first close vote. Apparently, there was some discussion off sort of splitting the difference and having advanced case the case about the New York Today have the court come out pretty aggressively in favor of Vance and against Trump within the congressional Case would have gone five for the other way where the chief justice and the other conservative justices would have actually been much more critical of the congressional computer. And the reporter doesn't surprise me that in both cases, the court sort of moved away from such a sharply divided opinion and toward more of a consensus results. So we got a pair of 72 opinions where there's a little bit for everybody. I have that's again probably the role of the chief where it would have been very clear to the justice is the importance of not coming down with two For sharply divided conservative versus progressive split in those cases, but rather toe even if it meant sacrificing them. Some of the analysis having the courts speak with one voice as much as possible, if anything in the long term, that maybe that thing we remember most about the chief justice down this term without in the cases that mattered not only his hand with a couple of exception to put institutional concerned the head of his own preferences, but that he also tried as best as possible to keep the court not out of politics soon. Never gonna happen. But at least out of the naked tribal contemporary politics, as much as possible was also just understanding for the moment we're in in American history and understanding the importance of trying to show that the courts have a function that is not just about who has more votes on has not simply a question of who appointed the most judges that they're actually our song, overarching, neutral legal principle that control even if you might not like the result. Now, more than ever to know. I think that's the message. We all need this year that Stephen Wladek of the University of Texas Law School coming up next, the most litigious election.

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"72 vote" Discussed on X96

X96

05:44 min | 2 years ago

"72 vote" Discussed on X96

"Yeah, we're coming up on our 13th anniversary next week. Uh, congratulations. Well, thank you. And Ah, this story forget know the name of the episode is Dermot McDermott. So look for that. This better get news is is I'm admitting it's strictly selfish, but it's a very exciting now back in AA back, and I think it was 1988. Yes. In Batman comics. There was a story line called Death in the family. And ah, A T end of the A T end of this particular issue. The Joker had beaten the living hell out of Robin with a crowbar. I mean, it was at that time, one of the most violent and scary things I'd seen in a comic book and the Joker just wailing on him and leaving him to die. He then takes a bomb and set it next to Robin. And leaves this, you know, warehouse where he was keeping him. And so then the final pages Batman rushing toward the house. And then on the back of the cover, it said. You decide Robin's fate. Here are 2 900 numbers. She'll come on adventure. Yeah, you're 2 900 numbers called this one to say he lives or call this one to say he dies. Now I know that Shannon and I spend at least $50 each calling to kill Robin. If you want to kill Robin so bad. Well, he wasn't. He wasn't a good Robin. He was the replacement Robin. He went. He wasn't Dick Grace, and he was Jason Todd, and he was a kind of a prick and just people and just to be prefers, and that's we'd win a TTE. That time. We never cared for the character of Robin, but only this is back in 1988. And the votes came in. And it's not until now that I found out that it was just 72 votes that decided and I'd like to think that it was me and Shannon are are 72 votes, put it over the top and made it so that Robin was killed. So in the next issue, you've got that story. He died, in fact was blown up and and that's the way it went. And so that was that was a little bit of fun. But then I read this week. That that D C animation is doing an adaptation of this storyline and at some point when you're watching the movie It will stop. And it will say you decide which version you want to watch. Do you want to watch the one where he died? Or the one where he lived? And because they wrote that story, you know on DH, so they just animated it. And so this This is going to be available on August 23rd digitally and then on Blue Ray and DVD on September 8th. And I'm frankly looking forward to it. I don't want to watch the one where he lives. I won't. I won't. I have no use for those on keep in mind parents. This is animated. Yes, but it is rated R and forfeit for a very good reason. I mean, the Joker just With a crowbar just pounds on. It was like it was like nine panels of the joke of just, you know, being this not out of it, Whaling way wailing on him. Exactly. So it's a choose your own adventure on the video the same thing. It's called the death in the family, and it will be available. At the end of this month foryou on and let's see Here's Oh, Here's an interesting story. So there's a new book coming out. This book isn't even out yet. And Already. Annapurna Pictures has won the rights to it, and they've already got Amy Adams attached to play the lead character. She will be playing. A woman who thinks that she is turning into a dog. Okay. The novel is called Night Bitch. That night, Kama No night bitch. It's one word. Okay. Night bitch. Ah, darkly comic novel about motherhood, rage and the female self. It follows a new mother, who is forced to stay at home after the birth of her son. And as She suspects that she's turning into a dog. The mother is forced to contend with the very real physical manifestations of her solitary anxiety with Onley, her two year old son for company. As her symptoms intensify. She struggles to keep her alter canine identity a secret. Finally jolted into action after an impulsive and disastrous encounter with the family cat. She seeks a cure for her condition. In an herbal multilevel marketing scheme. Run by run by a group of Mommy's named all named Jen. Okay? S so that's a really thing. Yeah. So So look for Night bitch coming To a theater near you. Well, I sure with something a platform near you. Yeah, Probably a and maybe someday it'll get filmed. But there you go there. Someday there will be shows. Ah, and speaking of which they're planning on, and I say this just for Katie screamed five. Because I know she likes the screen movies, and they have finally signed Courtney Cox to return. As Gale Weathers, the news reporter. It was easy to get her ex David Arquette. I mean, he's not doing anything so the holdout was Courtney to get to get them to come back for the re launch of the franchise, it says here. And since they're reprising their roles, you have to imagine it's a You know, Force awakens Type Legacy sequel passing the torch, so to speak. So there you go. Scream five, when people are asking about the.

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"72 vote" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

03:50 min | 2 years ago

"72 vote" Discussed on KOMO

"Decisively, and so they sent it into New York and you know what's going on in New York? Everyone's leaving. It's turned out to be a home, ABC News legal analyst Royal Oaks joining us on the co Moh news line, and royal explain this to us just because of Manhattan, D A will get to scour those tax returns. That doesn't mean the public is going to get to know what the records reveal, right? Well, at least not anytime soon because the Supreme Court sent both of the case is back to the trial court, the Manhattan Tricked attorney plus the House Democrats seeking documents through their subpoenas. The trial court is going to take months to resolve this, and its result is going to be after the November 2020 election before anybody sees the documents, And as you suggest, even then it's not necessarily true that the public will get to see what prosecutors say. Why does the district attorney in New York want them? What's in there? What are they looking for? We're looking for evidence that there was a crime in connection with the hush money payments to stormy Daniels and other women. But that's essentially the basis The D A. Wants financial documents, tax records to see if somebody broke the law in connection with those issues. What about Congress? Because Congress has been trying for a year Congress is on a totally different issue. They're looking into whether or not there was foreign meddling in U. S election. Foreigners have financial leverage over Trump, after all, Deutschebank long 2.5 $1,000,000,000 to Trump Cos those are the grounds for the House. Democrats seeking subpoenas and essentially, the Supreme Court said. You know, a president is not immune from a subpoena, so they are valid. But in terms of how much burden it would be on the president, and exactly what has to be handed over, that's for the trial court to handle. That's why things are gonna get put off many months. The White House press secretary Kayleigh Mcenany today suggested that Donald Trump was willing to release his tax. Returns at the appropriate time, and she said this during the briefing taxes are under audit, He said he released he would release someone they are no longer under audit. Does that sound true? The people who are critical of Trump say that they'd been hearing that song over and over for months and years, and they still don't have any documents. That's why they served subpoenas and the Supreme Court agreed with the idea that the president has to respond, for example to the high court pointed to the Nixon situation. He had to respond to subpoenas in the Watergate William Jefferson Clinton had respond. And to subpoena was in connection with the Paula Jones sexual harassment claims. So bottom line is the president is not immune from subpoenas. As long as it doesn't take too much of his time. The Supreme Court is going to bless the effort to gather the documents Roll. What have we learned about the Supreme Court justices this week? Well, once again Chief Justice Roberts has joined the four Liberals and the court of the 72 votes consisted of Robert's Plus before liberals but perhaps in a surprise two of the Conservatives appointed by Donald Trump. Corsage and Cavanaugh voted with this majority on Ly Alito and Clarence Thomas dissented from the ruling, saying that the Trump subpoenas are valid. ABC News Legal analyst Royal Oaks Thanks for I'll bet the camo Afternoon News on Co Moh news come on, whose time is 8 19 The latest Corona virus data from the State Health Department shows The total number of cases is now more than 39,200. Since the pandemic began, 4662 have been hospitalized due to Cove. In 19 The death toll is 1424. Out. Of all the Corona virus test performed in this state, 5.8% have come back. Positive restaurants had to force to adapt during the cove in 19 outbreak and the restaurant can bliss is no exception. Next week. We're opening a crab shack in the parking lot Guest will be required to make a reservation. Get the temperature check and wear masks. Reservations are now open and that starts next Thursday. Come on, whose time is now A 20. Here's the coma. Propel insurance Money Update. Insiders say American Airlines has struggled to secure financing for 17 of Boeing's beleaguered 7 37.

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"72 vote" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

06:01 min | 2 years ago

"72 vote" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"What's the thought on Apple here from Bloomberg Intelligence, Bloomberg opinion and influential newsmaker, Very, very disturbing, Dynamic Network. Bloomberg Markets with Paul's Weenie and Bunny Quinn subscribe today at Bloomberg radio dot com. Bloomberg Business APP or You're listening to Bloomberg Law with Joon Grosso from Bloomberg Radio. The Supreme Court expanded religious liberties in two cases this week, including one that struck another blow to the contraceptive mandate in Obama care. This time In a 72 vote, the court upheld the Trump administration's expansion of the religious exemption to the mandate, giving employers abroad right to refuse to offer birth control through their health plans. It was the third time the Supreme Court has ruled in a fractious debate over the contraceptive mandate, And during the oral arguments, Chief Justice John Roberts expressed some frustration that neither side seemed to want to work the problem out well. The problem is that neither side in this debate wants the accommodation to work. The one side doesn't want it to work because they want to stay. The mandate is required. And the other side doesn't want it to work because they want to impose the mandate. Is it really the case that there is no way to resolve those differences? But Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg, who dissented in the case, with Justice Sonia Sotomayor conveyed her concern for the women who would immediately lose access to free contraception as many as 126,400 according to a government estimate. The end of the day. The government is going to win the women's entitlement to seamless. No cost to them. It is requiring those women to pay for receptive services. Joining me is Richard Barnett, a professor at Notre Dame Law School, the Trump administration expanded the ability to opt out of paying for contraceptive coverage. From houses of worship to include publicly traded companies and universities with religious or moral objections to contraception. Tell us about that decision. The court's ruling was focused primarily on whether or not the administration followed the correct procedures when it created this accommodation, so it's mainly an administrative law opinion. The court's opinion is not really about whether or not this exemption is a good idea. Now, you said the Trump Administration expanded The religious exemption that the Supreme Court had affirmed and hobby lobby, for example, several years ago to include entities that had quote moral, not just religious but moral objections to providing contraception coverage in their insurance policies. Reasonable people can disagree about whether the expansion is good policy. The question is just whether the administration kind of follow the correct procedure for creating this exemption. The Religious Freedom Restoration Act, which arguably does require an exemption for religious Employers wouldn't apply to employers that have moral but not religious objections. So the accommodation that was provided does go beyond what the federal religious Freedom Law arguably requires. But in a sense, that's fine. The question thatjust Whether the administration kind of followed the correct procedure for creating this exemption, and just a Thomas for the court said Yes, they did. But there wasn't any kind of unlawful departure from the procedures that are required in order for an agency to change its rules, and that the accommodation was therefore permissible. How did Justice Thomas answer the claims that the Trump Administration had not followed the correct procedures? So there's a law called the administrative Procedure. Actress and other presidents and practices that require certain pathways to be followed before administrative rules are changed. The challenges to this exemption, said that the administration didn't dot all the I's and cross all the tea that were required. And Justice Thomas for the court said, Yes, they did, but there wasn't any kind of unlawful departure. From the procedures that are required in order for an agency to change its rules. You know, the idea here is that you know, it's often the case, and we might will see this in a couple of months when a new administration comes in and has different priorities and agencies adjust the rules. You want to make sure they don't change the rules and kind of a haphazard a random fashion, and the courts do want to make sure that they follow the proper procedures. And here again, whether one likes the new accommodation or not, The question is really well in this administration following the correct procedure to put into place The rules that it wanted, and we've seen some other case of the court, telling the administration that it hadn't followed the proper procedures right in the in the Census case or in the recent case about Dhaka. We had instances where the court told the administration. You didn't do this right. But in this case, the court thought the administration had follow the proper procedures and that the accommodation was therefore permissible. The court didn't say that the accommodation was required by the Constitution. Just then it's permissible. Justices Elena Kagan and Steven Brier agreed with the result the majority had reached but not with its reasoning and inner concurring opinion. Justice Kagan said that lower courts could still consider arguments that the administration didn't engage in reason. Decision making. What is she referring to there in administrative law? You have questions about following the correct procedures. But you also have questions that involve making sure that agencies are, as she put it, engaged in reason decision making that they're not being kind of arbitrary and capricious. But the records built up well enough, and I take a point to be that this particular case involved challenges Mohr to the procedure that the administration had followed that it would still be possible again later stage in this litigation of this medication keeps on going Okay. Okay. Maybe it is true that the proper pathways were followed. But it's still the case that the agency have tto provide some evidence that they rationally considered all factors and balanced all costs and benefits and that maybe that didn't happen here..

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"72 vote" Discussed on WTMJ 620

WTMJ 620

02:11 min | 2 years ago

"72 vote" Discussed on WTMJ 620

"It's going to continue to rain after that alot of 71 rain tomorrow morning with a high of 85 right now scattered showers and 80 CBS News Update a defeat at the Supreme Court for President Trump. The High Court by 72 votes ruled that the New York State grand jury is able to obtain Mr Trump's financial records House Speaker Nancy Pelosi. The victory is for the Constitution of the United States. The process will take longer, but that's not what was truly important here. I'm Stephen Portnoy. President. Trump responded to the court's decision with a string of tweets. Courts in the past have given broad difference, He writes, but not me. He wants to keep fighting local prosecutors and a quote politically corrupt New York Justices rejected Mr Trump's arguments that as president, he enjoys absolute immunity from local grand jury subpoenas. In the second case, the court said, the House does have the right to obtain records, too. The House has to show a need. It's unclear right now, if any records in either case will be turned over before the election this November. CBS NEWS Update. I'm Steve Futterman. W T. M J News time for 32. From the W T. M J Breaking News Center. Face coverings could soon be required in the city of Milwaukee. W T. M. J's Alex Crows Live in the breaking news Center. Yeah, John the meeting was in the Milwaukee Common Council is Health Committee meeting today they Had a debate over whether or not those masks should be required. Alderman Scott Speicher says an amendment should be added for outdoor seating areas that a business owner would not be in violation of this ordinance if they permitted people outside on their patio, say, too, if they are seated space six feet apart. Do not wear the mask. That amendment was not adopted after health commissioner Genetic, Wallach said it could pose a danger to employees. The mandate passed on a 3 to 1 vote out of the Health and Safety Committee. It will now move to the full common Council. A mural rating defund the police painted on North Water Street, Milwaukee that's coming off city says it's painted over traffic markings, and it could be slippery when wet both our safety concerns. City's public works director says the message has been heard loud and clear, and that the removal quote does not diminish the voices calling for change. Another.

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"72 vote" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

03:02 min | 2 years ago

"72 vote" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"It is the Chris Plante CEO with Michael Palka sitting in and boom just like that Supreme Court ruling has been rendered the president Lost this 1 72 This is on the effort to block a subpoena for his financial records, and a grand jury will probably get hold of them. They ruled 72. There are separate subpoenas from Congress and you kind of gotta figure if this first case from the New York Court went the way of the court and not the president that is likely especially with the 72 votes. That this will go the way of the first ruling, so the president probably going to face some difficult questions. As he's going to have to turn over his financial records. Although I would like it for Congress not to get it. It would make me feel better. There would be a shut in for the moment that they would say yes to the Manhattan cord, but no to Congress. Because this shenanigans this congressional Circus that they have been foisting upon Donald Trump for the last 3.5 years. It's just got to end some time, but we'll get a breakdown on it. After the news on official breakdown on the ruling, justice, Roberts wrote. The ruling So 72 in favor of allowing a grand jury to get their hands on Donald Trump's financial records. We will watch that now. What about Joe Biden? I'm worried about your button. I'm worried about Joe Biden for many reasons, because he's leading in the polls despite saying things like this, we're gonna have a breathtaking opportunities to create good paying union jobs. The liver, the promise of America Americans have been denied. For much too long. We're going to lift her the promise of America to Americans. Is it? I think that's what he said. But for the promise of America, we're goingto litter. I think he meant to say, deliver the promise of America, two Americans who have been denied it for much too long and Joe Biden's mind. I wonder what's going on up there. I wish we could put a camera up in Joe Biden's mind the next time they test him for the cove in 1984 virus when they stick the brain tickler up through the nose through the Sinuses to get that to get that sample from the brain. We should. We should attach one of those micro cameras. I've got more buy more Vicodin. That's even more confusing. And yet James Carville thinks he's the best guy ever to debate Donald Trump will get into the Supreme Court decision and the Biden audio Carville.

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