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"acting governor" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW
"Highlight at the bottom left corner of the slide which shows how many tests have been performed in the month of April on average we were performing about five hundred tests per day in the month of April we know that back then we saw a lot more people positive because we are only testing those with moderate to severe symptoms so the positivity rate in April was about eleven and a half percent we jump forward now to the next slide there you can see the the wind right around eleven and a half percent one more jump on the slides we now look at what's happening in the in the current month I guess throughout may and we see a lot more testing happened we know that this is going to continue to be an upward trend we just heard commissioner Driehaus announce a nineteen million dollar plan to increase testing in Hamilton County so we'll see these numbers continue to increase when you're able to test more people you tend to test people that aren't always sick so we see the positivity rate or the number of people that test positive dropped to about six percent so we'll continue to monitor some of these testing numbers as we move into the future on the on the next slide we've heard if you've been watching doctor acting governor the wind they've talked about Ohio's reproductive number and I'd like to share some information related to Hamilton county's reproductive number so just a brief explanation of the reproductive number is intended to be an indicator of the contagious nis or transmit ability of infectious disease it's a common term in public health and it's frequently used by academia allergist and is being described as one of the fundamental the most often used mesh metrics for studying how infectious disease spreads in a community an outbreak is expected to continue if the reproductive number is greater than one you can see back back in the beginning of April the reproductive number was at the high peak there nearly two two percent so at that point in time the disease was spreading very readily as we jump forward and when the reproductive number goes below one an outbreak will start to die down so really good news to report currently in Hamilton County the reproductive number is point seven.
Iowa St AD sees football games with 30,000 fans
"Meanwhile Michael and ask about the Iowa state athletic director who's telling cyclones fans that the football home games will be played at no more than fifty percent capacity down there Jack Trice stadium unless there's some kind of change in the state local health guidelines what's interesting that means no more than thirty thousand fans will be at the game at this point I think they were did twenty two thousand season tickets yeah and and I wish you a nice following the the bill to competitive team down there but H. bombs down there or what the score is actually pushing this state bustles down there John yeah I don't know if that's a huge structure I will speak to to start their you know because thirty thousand will get reckoned go a ton over that in their budgets right it's the first step but it's not like you get fifty thousand she in tickets sold there and there are you reducing them you measured twenty two thousand to thirty thousand a little bit different I DO picnic ERP I don't think they're doing anything that and they've already taken a pay cut with the cultures and trying to reduce costs and that everybody knows at this juncture probably that their in store for something like that go again the question is do you want to put it in for heart vascular do you there's there's no no real option I decked to doing that right now through the golfers there's no real set idea maybe making that I noticed that right now you can you can just wait and see how this thing plays out the first one that they tend to do something like that if you have featured a measure to social distancing and they have hundreds of thousands she still uses a little bit different for them but all the schools are trying to figure out different ways that to do it now you can go about doing it and it is the the golfers will fall in line I'm sure all of that but that's that's what you get into a major revenue crunchers that unavoidable budget cuts in your athletic department and the last one ironic lesson when it comes to football program because that is the most upset for that so you can make the most money she try to preserve as much as you can your football program but boy you know acting governor golf team last week right there with the get the the Firestone tracking everything else in their defense something's going on already they can't they they can't get past which was already in place so it's it's it's gonna be difficult more difficult for some schools and
Second Person In Philadelphia Under Investigation For Possible Case Of Coronavirus
"The Philadelphia city health department says two people are under investigation for covert nineteen but there are no confirmed coronavirus cases in the city officials have not provided more information yet the city health department feels the risk of infection to the average Philadelphian is very low meantime a second person in New Jersey has come down with a likely case of the corona virus now the state is imposing travel restrictions on its workers we get more from K. Y. W. South Jersey bureau chief David met both presented cases involve people from north Jersey they're hospitalized as the centers for disease control works to confirm the state's test results acting governor Sheila Oliver says the state work force is now under new orders all international travel is suspended for our state work force until further notice and previously approved international travel by our state employees is canceled all domestic out of state travel on state related business must be approved by the governor's office including same day travel eleven residents have tested negative and eight others are being looked at as possible patients more testing kits were arriving in the state and they'll be used not just by the lone lab the health department operates but by independent labs once they're certified to do the testing which should come in short
"acting governor" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060
"Be successful surgery on his kidney tumor Alex Trebek marks a year since his diagnosis with pancreatic cancer by getting honest about how he feels physically and emotionally recapping our top story Mike Bloomberg is ended his presidential campaign and he's endorsing Joe Biden Elizabeth Warren said to be reassessing her future in the race it's all ahead in the next fifteen minutes bush good afternoon Gregor lamb Deeney is at the editor's desk the governor Murphy is said to be resting comfortably in the hospital in New York after the New Jersey governor had surgery today to remove what's believed to be a cancerous tumor from his kidney or South Jersey bureau chief capabilities David Madden reports ordered the need for surgery was released a week and a half ago not much is being said beyond a two sentence statement from acting governor Sheila Oliver indicating the surgery was successful and he's in recovery mode how long that'll take isn't known but sources indicate Murphy could be back in New Jersey by the weekend is doctors also expecting to make a full recovery a biopsy of the removed tumor will indicate whether it was in fact cancerous chances that it was our low but there's no word when answers might be forthcoming in South Jersey David Madden KYW newsradio Alex Trebek says he's beating the cancer odds wait for all the points in the world what is Alex Trebek's cancer update the one year survival rate for stage for pancreatic cancer patients is eighteen percent I'm very happy to report I have just reached that marker the jeopardy host has released a Frank sometimes humorous progress report on his battle with pancreatic cancer he says he hopes to have another update at his two year anniversary though he knows the odds are ninety three percent against the key Barker CBS news it's three forty seven veteran airline mechanic has been sentenced to three years in prison for sabotaging an American Airlines jet in Miami with a hundred fifty people on board a lawyer for sixty year old Abdul Majeed Maruf rock metal on a set of hearing today the mechanic sole motive in July was to earn over time fixing the plane not sabotage the lawyer says Lonnie never intended to put anybody in danger the judge said he saw no evidence to support previous allegations that the money was linked to the Islamic state group along the apologized for his actions in a letter to the judge what Toyota is adding one point two million vehicles to a major recall in this country to fix possible fuel pump failures that can cause engines to stall he added vehicles bring the total now to one point eight million engine stalling of course can increase the risk of a crash the company wouldn't say if there's been any the vehicles involved in this recall include trucks SUVs minivans and cars across the model line ups of Toyota and its Lexus luxury brand dealers will replace the fuel pump with an improved one sunshine in fifty seven degrees in Philadelphia we're heading down to thirty eight with just the chance for showers specially north and west of Philadelphia this evening at three forty eight time checks for Batley onto your head as sports report is sponsored by sept the the train is the best way to discover the Riviera plan your trip to the twenty twenty flower show and I set the Philly dot com slash flower show flyers visit the Washington Capitals tonight orange and black looking for a seventh straight win with eighty three points now they sit second in the metropolitan division and they are just three points behind the first place capitals flyers head coach Alain Vigneault says Brian Elliott will get the start in net tonight wasn't a hard decision you know we've got five back to backs left this year both our goaltenders played walls Brian is just pretty extremely well in Washington fires in the capital's get underway tonight at seven college basketball big game for number fourteen Villanova the Wildcats will visit number eight Seton hall in Newark Villanova twenty two and seven eleven and five in the big east Seton hall twenty one and seven in the pirates lead the conference with a thirteen and three mark this will be at eight thirty tip off also on the schedule tonight in local men's college hoops temple hosts tall solo salad or change you made a Saint Joe's will visit St Bonaventure in women's college basketball the NCAA division three tournament begins this weekend three local squads are in the field including Widener university the pride twenty one and five they are earned an at large berth into the tournament and they will take on twenty three and four Christopher new report in the first round on Friday up in Scranton wider head coach Lisa can't bear on what she expects in this first round matchup I think you're gonna see a very very fast paced game I'm not going to process for forty minutes and one person for forty minutes so it's gonna be a up tempo game I think you're gonna see a lot of running down and I would like to play a role in and Haverford the other local squads that made the NCAA tournament in division three on the women's side Philly split squad taking on a pirate split squad this afternoon in Clearwater Phillies lead seven six in the seventh of Bryce Harper as a pair of home runs for the Phils the other Phil split squad will visit the Yankees tonight in the Sixers are off Ian visit Sacramento tomorrow night all right Matt Leon thanks it's three fifty there's a crash in South Jersey on six seventy six north we'll check in with the traffic center on that next.
New York: NJ Gov. Murphy Undergoes Surgery To Remove Part Of Kidney
"New Jersey governor Phil Murphy he undergoes surgery today at an undisclosed New York City hospital to remove eight malignant kidney tumor here's correspondent Bob Graham is expected governor Murphy will take at least a few weeks to recover doctors say the prognosis is good having called the tumor in its early stages a statement from the governor's office says lieutenant governor Sheila Oliver will serve as acting governor until
New York: N.J. Gov. Murphy Announces He Has Tumor On His Kidney, Will Have Surgery
"New Jersey governor Phil Murphy announcing yesterday he has a tumor on his kidney he'll be having surgery next month to remove it he announced on social media he says the prognosis is good he says he's grateful to his doctors the governor will have the surgery in early March lieutenant governor Sheila Oliver will step in as the acting governor while he
"acting governor" Discussed on Progressive Talk 1350 AM
"Think of segregation as toilets and Butler. Fogs without access to education. Health care jobs, but motions. Five thousand plex with lynched. The nineteen fifty. On the latter stages of segregation. In nineteen Arinda spirit of terror country. And I. What was the one that took place? Well, I mean, so when you hear Rafael Reverend year as I go to break, I got about a minute. What are you hearing? Because you do have a body black people who they don't want to talk about slavery may feel that we're making much too much too much abyss. And we need to be quiet and just go on about our business. Yeah. I think we want to expand though, the we I think he narrowly defined it as if this was black folks crying out about this issue. There are many white Democrats who have called for north resignation. That's number one number two the question. I thought of is if the roles were reversed and this were a black governor in a similar situation. Would we be as giving forgiving in this situation? Now, my my my thought is is let's let's be true inconsistent. And how we handle it. The other party is is that is the resignation really necessary. I pulled up the state constitution. It. Is possible that if the attorney general the president of the Senate and the speaker of the house sin to the clerk of the of the Senate that the governor is unable to act as governor then Fairfax, Lieutenant governor Fairfax can be the acting governor until they work this out. I wanna see where the courage is within the institutionalization of the legislature to say, this is not who we are in two thousand and nineteen even if he does not go it does not mean that he should continue to lead stay right here..
State of emergency declared as 'rapidly-moving' California fire grows
"Growing wildfire in northern California is now up to twenty thousand acres but zero percent contained. It's called the camp fire. It's forcing thousands of residents to evacuate near the town of paradise about ninety miles north of Sacramento. The acting governor Gavin Newsom issuing a state of emergency. Where over twenty nine thousand customers are without power because of the fire and several hundred structures have already been destroyed. Keep up
"acting governor" Discussed on Two Broads Talking Politics
"And so then if I'm understanding of this correctly, there isn't Lieutenant governor in New Hampshire unlike in most other states, and it's the president of the state Senate that serves as the sort of that role. Yeah, right. So I think if the governor is out of state than the Senate president because the acting governor, but yet no Lieutenant governor, it's been interesting as we go or having the different states to see how vastly different different states are set up. I noticed too that the two houses within New Hampshire that the state Senate is very small and the state house. This is really large, especially considering what is mall state New Hampshire is. Yeah. I mean, that's definitely in my opinion, what is the most unique about our system here in New Hampshire? We actually have four hundred state reps, so each one represents three thousand residents, which is pretty insane. If it's actually the fourth largest legislator legislature in the English speaking world, and that is behind British parliament, the United States Congress and Canadian parliament which I mean it's insane, but to think that our population is only one point, three million. So it's a every session day is bring something new that's for sure. Yeah. Yeah, I can't even imagine. I think three thousand people live on my block. Yeah, right. But you know, there's a lot of pros and cons suggest. I mean, on the one hand, it's really kind of neat about having four hundred reps on their own volunteer. They don't. They don't get paid, is that really anyone can run? It's basically free to sign up to run. I think it's two dollars put your name on the ballot and you can run a campaign for almost nothing for maybe five hundred dollars. And what's pretty cool about that is that it allows people who would never consider running to take a shot at it, and that's how we are able to build a bench of really great candidates. And that's actually why we have more historically why more women survey in our house than in most legislatures. And so it's really acceptable. It's not like we have to take meetings with staff. You can..
Democratic Lieutenant Governor Primary Debate
"Neighborhood network in partnership with the league of women voters of New York stain. Got them use that presents race to represent a Emon election initiative. Hello. I'm Ben max executive editor of Gotham gazette. New York voters will head to the polls on Thursday, September thirteenth for party primary elections in many statewide and local races, including certain party nominations largely on the democratic side for governor attorney general and members of both houses of the New York state legislature also on the democratic primary ballot will be the choice for Lieutenant governor. Today. We're pleased to bring you the first televised debate in the race for the democratic nomination for Lieutenant governor between the two candidates running including the incumbent Lieutenant governor is the second highest ranking official in state government with constitutional duties, including to serve as president of the state Senate and to serve as acting governor. When the governor's out of state the Lieutenant governor becomes governor in the event of the governor's death impeachment or resignation. The race to be the democratic nominee for Lieutenant governor has been closely watched contest and contentious as we head toward the September boat. In just a minute, you'll hear from both candidates on a wide range of issues, including they're very different visions for the role of Lieutenant governor. What they see as major issues facing New York and what they plan to do about them if elected. So let's get to the debate. Joining me are the democratic candidates for Lieutenant governor of New York. The challenger New York City councilmember Jimani Williams, and the incumbent Lieutenant governor Kathy Hoke will. So thank you both very much for being here start with you council member Williams, and we're going to alternate who gets to answer the questions. First council member Williams, you're applying for the job of Lieutenant governor. How do you describe that role? I thank you been for being the moderate for this debate thing. And then for opening this space, I have this question. Thank was hopeful for joining us for this discussion. What I suspect is going to happen. The next thirty minutes is a fundamentally different vision and perception of what the Lieutenant governor's office is can and should be for most Lieutenant governors, including the one I'm debating the Lieutenant governor's office has been one that simply does what the governor says to do for lack of. Terminology is the heirs and the voice and the eyes of the governor. I reject that and I believe that tenant governor's office should be the is the voice and the eyes of the people of the state of New York. I, I believe the job is to serve the people of the state of New York and not any governor. Now, Lieutenant governor should work and partner with the governor, whether it's he or hopefully she when the doing the work of the people of the state of New York productively. But when they're not when the governor says, we have universal Excelsior program, but only three percent of students have it on the governor says that we're banning frac gas, but we have a building plans to have frat gas, come into the state. Someone has to step up stand out and have the courage to say the emperor has no clothes, and that we actually lip service is not matched up with actions. You and the ten governor HOGAN. Can you describe the role, ten governor as you see it delighted to again, thank you. Into my challenge money Williams council member. Thank you for being here today. Very simply. The role of tenant governor officially is to be experienced prepared to step in to serve as governor should the need arise. You also preside over the New York state Senate as its president. But four years ago, the people of the state of New York elected me to be a partner with governor Cuomo because basically they want us to get things done and I'm proud of the record of accomplishment, ripe able to champion causes as the only woman in statewide office that are near and dear to my heart, fighting for women's reproductive rights, ensuring that we have workplaces in college campuses where women can be free from sexual assault and harassment increasing the minimum wage because the majority of minimum wage earners are women, many single heads of household also fighting the heroine opioid crisis, where I personally know the pain is someone who lost a nephew just a few years ago. So I have been launched into an opportunity to. In partnership with the governor, but to use my voice and I sure the council member as a strong Amon, I do not do it. Men tell me to do. I am an independent strong woman and always have been
Zimbabwe officials wait to release vote results
"Syria. Through Turkey For evidence to lead, the suspect and he Activities all of that and more coming up after. The knees Hello I'm Julie. Cantor with the BBC news Malaysia civil aviation chief has resigned following, the release of an official report. On the missing Malaysian Airlines m h three seventy passenger plane the aircraft disappeared almost without a trace for years ago with two hundred and, thirty nine people on, board Celia Hatton, reports. In a statement Malaysia civil aviation authority chairman as Herodotus Abdul Rahman said the long awaited report into m h three seventy s disappearance had highlighted. Failures by air traffic control to comply with standard operating procedures there was no record that air traffic controllers. Had alerted the authorities or had continuously monitored the plane's disappearance. The report which was released on Monday, said there was evidence the plane had been. Manipulated off course but it, was still unclear who was responsible the election authorities in Zimbabwe say they're confident there was, no rigging serious cheating in Monday's presidential and parliamentary polls First results are expected, shortly ruling Zanu, PF candidate president. Emmerson Mnangagwa and the MDC opposition leader Nelson Chamisa have both said, they're confident of victory from Harare. His name Saco it is an offence in this country to announce results before they are actually announced by the electoral commission so there is, a lot of anticipation, in the next, few. Hours there could be results that will be announced but those results possibly Harlem mentally results and we are told that vote counting has almost been. Completed across the country but what is happening at this stage is that the electoral commission is very fine. Those results before even making an official announcement it's emerged that. The man who carried out a suicide, bombing at an Ariana GRANDE concert Manchester arena. Last year was rescued from, the civil war in Libya by British navy ship three years earlier Solomon Abadie kill Twenty two people including seven children. Caroline Davis reports Salman Abidi is thought to have been on holiday in Libya in August two thousand fourteen when the security situation in the country deteriorated he and his younger brother. Has seem were among more than one hundred British citizens taken on the ship they sailed from Tripoli to. Malta on HMS enterprise before they were flown home Abadie was being. Monitored by security services when he travelled to, Libya but his case was closed a. Month before he was rescued an Arab Israeli poet has been sentenced to five. Months in jail for inciting violence and supporting a terrorist organization in social media posts. The case of Doreen tattoo who was arrested. Three years ago and convicted in may has been taken up by free speech advocates in, Israel during her lengthy trial Doreen detour setup Howie must misunderstood and did not call, violence well news from, the BBC this This is WNYC in New York I'm Richard Hake governor Cuomo was ordering. A state regulators to deny insurance, rate hikes attributed to the president's attempts to weaken the Affordable Care Act governor Cuomo says insurers have asked for an average of a twenty four percent rate increase in response to the repeal of the individual mandate Cuomo says he would direct the state's department. Of financial services to reject any increases motivated by White House continued efforts to. Undermine the healthcare law insurance premiums must be based on actual cost. And not political manipulation insurers asking for the increase say that. With fewer healthy people in the pool their costs will go up the attorneys general of New York New jersey are joining with other states six others to file suit against the Trump administration over its decision to allow a company to publish downloadable blue prints for three d. printed guns WNYC's Yasmeen Khan reports the, lawsuit comes just ahead of an August first release date for the manufacturing. Plans The files will be made available online from Texas based group called defense distributed after years of litigation and a June settlement with the Trump administration New York and New Jersey state officials are protesting the, so-called ghost guns because they can't be traced and could allow people who want them to evade background checks officials, say the availability of, these weapons also circumvents existing state gun control laws, children under the age of to make, up more than a. Quarter of kids in foster care in, New Jersey advocates for children of New Jersey executive director Cecilia Zelkin says the data around abuse victims is stark but not surprising you can explain. It because there's certainly. More vulnerable but to me it raises questions about what are the policies in place To. Look at young children's needs differently it's the group's first report focusing, on data for. Children up to the age of three looking at. Health indicators for, the state's youngest residents mostly cloudy today this is WNYC Hello and welcome. To news after the BBC World Service we are coming to.
"acting governor" Discussed on WAFS Biz 1190
"This hour from townhall dot com patrick fos a tie governor said he operation to bring out twelve schoolboys and their soccer coach from deep inside a cave where they have been trapped for two weeks has begun the acting governor's told reporters today is d day with thirteen four and five tied diverse taking part of the rescue he says the divers went in and the boys will gradually come out accompanied by two divers each philip and tremont a diver involved in search operation says the accident is heartbreaking now to do for us the greenback the say it will take at least seven hours for the first person to be rescued president trump used his weekly address to talk about his appointment of the spring and choosing justice kennedy's replacement my greatest responsibility is to select a justice who will faithfully interpret the constitution as written judges are not supposed to rewrite the law reinvent the constitution or substitute their own opinions for the will of the people expressed through their laws we reject judicial activism and policy making from the bench he'll make his choice down mighty died the trump administration has asked to extend a deadline to reunite parents with children are five as they would not be prepared in time the government submitted a request for deadline extensions they said they could not make this deadline particularly the tuesday deadline to reunite one hundred one children under the age of five the judge gusts the trump administration to deliver a list of the one hundred one children who are separated underage five with an explanation as to why each one of them could be reunited by tuesday correspondent elliott's baggage thousands of people marched long chicago expressway to draw attention to the cities gun violence shutting down all northbound traffic for an extended period of time the leader.
"acting governor" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO
"'cause i know everyone has such virgin mouths i'm not excusing it i'm just saying there's a difference so mark sanford let me let's just let's just talk about the sermon that mark sanford you see mark sanford he was the governor of south carolina and at some point i don't know how he i don't know how it all came about but he ended up leaving like literally the key left office he just ran away from his gubernatorial duties for a number of days and his wife didn't know where he was his staff didn't know where he was like his own security team didn't know where he was they had no idea where this guy was from june eighteenth to june twentyfourth they had no idea where the governor the governor of south carolina was no clue where this mark were governor mark sanford was his wife couldn't get a hold of them the security team couldn't get a hold of him his staff couldn't get a hold of them they were sending him text messages and they were calling him and they were like well who the hell is the acting governor if we can't get hold of the governor he didn't even tell anybody was leaving he just disappeared and they started to worry like what the heck what is happening here so then people actually thought he was missing his own security team thought that he was missing and they i mean initially his wife ginny stanford was like well i'm not really worried he needed time away from the kids to write something and he's you know he's he's you know kind of made disappearances in the past although yes this is the longest one it's kind of weird.
"acting governor" Discussed on KCBS All News
"Unpopular in california and got beaten in two thousand sixteen by hillary clinton in california by historic levels still received four and a half million votes in california in two thousand sixteen so the fact that cox got one point one million vote shouldn't be shocked to people if nothing else i mean i it's one thing for voters say boy i have no idea who to vote for the president tells me to vote for this probably will that may not be the thinking process so much as it helped to galvanize republicans support i mean there were there were multiple republican candidates on the ballot so to the extent that people thought okay the establishment is going for cops it helps to consolidate because republicans nationally let alone in california were close to panic that if they don't expect to win the governor's race they don't expect the cop is gonna be next governor but if there's no republican on the ballot at all there was some estimates that republican turnout would be as much as three four even five percentage points lower in november and that would hurt them on congressional races and local races up and down the stakes we haven't talked about one other factor yet and that's the factor of gavin newsom who spent a fair amount of his time and money in the late stages of the campaign pointing out john cox and getting exactly what he wanted which is showdown with a republican in november yeah it's you know elections are a zero sum game so anything that hurts your enemy is or your opponent is good for you so to the extent that republicans showed up in outpaced antonio vieira ragusa who is certainly a bigger threat to newsom in the long run then then cox that was certainly helpful and what is perhaps it may be surprising to those people who follow guessing gavin newsom through his whole career on the east coast you have a relatively young attractive solid liberal former mayor san francisco and gavin newsom who is virtually certain to become acting governor california and that's gonna prompt talking promptly talked of what is his national future is this a guy who can be on.
"acting governor" Discussed on Boston Herald Radio
"Live television here i think a lot of people in the field things get under the combination of wild now i took sorta kinda yeah absolutely i think a lot of people see that and it is so interesting just thinking about how and win women first started getting office the and it was only because basically their husbands had an office and whatever happened to the husband suddenly the wife was able to step in and is the changes when they happen they happened and then does seem like they'll be a spurt of activity it'll be a spurt of sort of increase and then as you note it'll it'll levelof for a while and so i don't know if you guys have any sense in terms of what it would take two to maybe spark another another increase for ores for the core commenting theme from o'clock trip coming into paolo israel there has been cleared the critical factor with some two thousand will call one of the major party here the big political tell her organization and the guy who can get on the ballot concrete didn't get campaign bis can do people are essentially concur hiring committing are these and thing the off happen to their you one lauck was not a women going through training them on a dangerous running entities no kidding on with dollar than the number sure population what the whole cloth two shorthand way the guy the retargeting fiamma ballot emily change from the motherland even bigger than having have intention to exclude women people of color the latest made one thing changed it would be found here's something called the um how they choose candidates yeah yes certainly and not see eye in something we were we were just talking about gene swift this was back in two thousand two was acting governor in and was planning on running to become governor in and she had some issues with taking care of her kids and working as acting governor and because of that basically republicans just decided at floor her that she was going to step aside and rounding instead was going to run in that is.
"acting governor" Discussed on Timesuck with Dan Cummins
"Uh rail this was these people were freshen jersey residents minds thanks that recent publication of kites report and he was going to do something about this blight upon society will according to a newspaper account fielder traveled to burlington new jersey burlington county and out was introduced to his thirty one year old southampton farmhand in his 18yearold bride the man's third marriage to date with no record of divorce from the previous two and they were so unfortunate looking he vomited all over their dirty piney faces and these two degenerates far from being defended we're happy to have a free meal other lick most of puke off each other spaces now beach others beards and the fuck right in front of them both making steady creepy eye contact with the politician entire time uh the moment they were done a newborn gremlin popped out of the woman's but snatched the startle governors wallet ran up tree while the gremlins parents broken some kind of banja duet now where okay here now got some peeve tyga everday lic animal woman's beard where lookie here now what the full belly made a putt baby with the woman oh man and the governor's won't we god all right he did vomit hunter phases but he was discussed with him the the piney farmhand recently had been released from jail and bigamy charges which stories were forced to drop when it was revealed is previous to wise been married two other men at the same time uh they were exchanging wedding vows with him so technically the farmhand never had previously been legally married it was not a bigamist it just bigamy cancelling out more bigamy that is just uh some next level hillbilly backwards tomfoolery unfair to some journalists the acting governor quiz the farmhand on the month and the year in the mandra blank.
"acting governor" Discussed on WBSM 1420
"Is there is there a quarry near the whisky priest grace she says she's a holding up professed anyway what it what are your memories of a mitt romney i i you know he was a decent guy at least he spared us jane swift it he he kate he will he ran the winter olympics in salt lake city in two thousand two after the after the nine eleven bombings the poll the pope thing was swallow part of was totally mismanaged was going bro george bush gave a mother or the congress gave them a lot of money so that the thing wouldn't go down but he he did manage it into a fairly successful venture so it comes back the massachusetts and uh and jane swift as the governor remember jane swift the acting governor she was a total disaster after a paul salute you became the ambassador to canada and does so then someone commissioned a pole of republicans in the state of massachusetts and and they said that the brandi would win the primary against the current governor if for governor sixty one to eleven sixty you ever gpd by me those are a number but i mean that makes that makes might do caucus look like a like an electoral dynamo and a you know after his term but did you know who viewed who commissioned the ball christie me house of all people christie me house you know who later row later broke what the romney ran for governor is an independent the than uh than i was sort of went crazy and blue twenty five million dollars on hawkers and the private jets flying around and now he said net then he got a cancer and died he's dead christie me house he he was a he was part of a romney's a romney's comeback in a he he.
"acting governor" Discussed on Slate Money
"An inflation trend on top of it back then if you thought that inflation was well behaved at two two and a half you add the two percent of that four four and a half percent look like a a neutral interest rate for fed funds and if you had a recession you take the interest rate down he had inflation you take the interest rate up that's what the taylor rule does it doesn't do anything more complicated than that it's a feedback ruled uh depending on what's causing you the most pain recession or inflation that's all it does it fights the trend you don't lie so when did off store full from two percent to zero point five percent the global financial crisis seems to have damaged it and as we look at the time path that the uh the great and good in in economic research and we're talking now about an important paper from san francisco fed by lobbach and williams uh you can show a trend drift in our star down toward something like zero or zero point five today if you plug that into a taylor rule and this is cool than recent fed policy looks pretty much opt yep yeah yeah no they were not too easy they were right on track so if that's that's kinda that's kind of an important conversation to have our star is a big deal and by the way all the cool kids now no with there are stories so if you went to the world bank meetings the imf meetings brazil was they're telling you there are stars three the mexicans were towing it was two point five a couple of other central banks had nothing to say because they're not cool but with our star is is a big deal now one thumbing long day banker about the mexican central bank has that they've always been the cool kids a bit the oath which also i need to ask you since we have you here late mexico have a central bank governor will they always have an active acting governor i mean are you talking about who the next fell is going to be yet i'd up on not close to it can help you.
"acting governor" Discussed on KQED Radio
"City they feel threatened especially by iranianbacked paramilitaries who took back the city along with iraqi forces the acting governor when i was there and arab recount aljaburi says kurds can feel safe here on the sabbath annual meal a mole our messages that security here is good people here are coming passes regularly and the courage to neighborhoods because they know it is safe but that's not what a lot of kurds say how raise barber in one of coats kurdish neighborhoods i don't use his full night because i met him when he was working at a polling station in september as kurds voted for independence he was so happy then then mahaffy's gary because something happen military of iraq if they attack us and he's angry at the us for allowing iraqi forces to attack kurdish fighters using american tanks no i swear ibp prison of kurdistan i go to russia un's make villa with them vitamix these because they don't do anything i raised says now kurds closed their shop early at night and they stay in their neighborhoods like other kurds here though he says holding the independence referendum was the right thing to do he believe some day kurds we'll have kirkuk back again jana wrath npr news kirkuk you're listening to all things considered from npr news hi mark a woman to the world's newsroom brings you the big picture stories and some other stuff it may surprise you to learn but in italy many many matthews zero religions you don't you don't expect to find a swimming pool in the middle of the desert to rule number one leg planning a golf course in china is to not call it a golf course join us and here the world this afternoon at two pm on kqed public radio the recovery in puerto rico since hurricane maria has been slow so a lot of people of left but that has central florida's already troubled housing market kinda on the roads this is really not like anything we seen the four i'm car raised all the hurricane housing crunch in central florida also the rest of the day's business news of course and the numbers wall street that his next time on marketplace marketplace comes your way both at 4 o'clock this afternoon and again at six thirty.
"acting governor" Discussed on Boston Herald Radio
"Next eight months in that i'll have a way to contribute to make it even easier for them in the future for us so what what a jerk remind out so in bed villa woman maya as well not only that tom shatigudud here hear what happens next so uh he hadn't officially announced that he was running yet um listen to this this is the coverage the next day in a stunning turnabout acting governor genes who have yesterday roof withdrew from the race for governor saying she could not meet the challenge from republican businessmen mitt romney and at the same time carry out her duties as governor and is apparent two three young children within three hours of the announcement romney finally made his candidacy official weeks of dropping his lease y guy this guy is not waiting for any lease given want them to some of the similar lagged has not even been starting to be mopped up before romney is there stepping over the dead body ready to move on with life telling reporters from his belmont home is tony belmont home less there be any doubt i then i'm a candidate for the governorship of the commonwealth of massachusetts there's romney here from my belmont home we always live yes literature from yesterday find out yesterday's fastmoving developments namely sharply reshape the massachusetts race but produced one of the most dramatic in pivotal days in recent state political history i would i wholly concur with adam i mean even this listening to jane swift talk about this at the opening statement where she is clearly about to cry i it says in a tearful state house news conference swift the first woman to hold the office and the first in the nation to give birth while governor said you made the painful decision to withdraw monday night after a staff laid out the and time demands defaced with romney's recent emergence as a candidate something had to get either in governing or in politics were set calling your time with her husband and children nonnegotiable nature there isn't a work parent in america that hasn't faced it that when the demands of the to task you take on both increases both increase substantially something has to give so if says she has no plans for winner her term as acting governor expires yagudin anywhere she said she was not pressured by any one to.
"acting governor" Discussed on KDWN 720AM
"Places where we disagree and i don't think it that a job of a senator to be a rubber stamp i when i was in the state eight act governor brewer in governor governor pete if i was a rubberstamp or their ideas certainly what that i had to oppose them on things like medicaid expansion and common so you'll have no compunction about challenging or pushing back against this white house if you believe that the white house is not fulfilling its campaign promises senior we see we see it we see a lotta push daca amnesty now in the new congressional expenditure bill would you be in favour of that this time nesting to the budget right no i would not i think that first and foremost we have got here the border that will build the wall youth in power border patrol and expect accountability the out of employers and people who come here the wrong way they wrap to have carte quite does not reward if they come that way and until we get border security dime and eight for that we cannot talk about a down payment given us a down payment of one point seven billion for all the costs twenty twenty five five billion i mean is accurate enough a downpayment or you know i think it's a step in the right direction but i think we need demand for now can't continue to give in chuck schumer and the anti palaungs a complete complete disaster annaba mcconnell link group a pack called day uh senate majority senate majority fund leadership fondness a sell is saying it will not support you we losing any sleep over that no i definitely i'm not because the majority of arrogant do not report on all because he hasn't been purporting the president again to make america great again and so i'm no i'm not losing sleep over that i hope they actually wake up and see that we right in front of their eight is a wonderful candidate can cannot only when the primary but the general and then you that y'all i'm a physician military why i'm a mop i'm a former dairy effective date senator this is what we're crying out for for goodness sake though helped me get there and do you that you i i.
"acting governor" Discussed on KQED Radio
"Just to refresh people's memory was elected in 18 fifty six at a pretty unsuccessful presidency and when he was elected this territory of kansas was just coming apart at the seams there was bloody violence and it was all over what kind of state was kansas going to be when it entered the nation was it could be a slave state or was it could be a free state now buchanan's own party the democratic party was split over that very issue and so buchanan quite wisely decided he was in a take that on right away he was going to take on the mormons that's right and the reason he was gonna take on the mormons lisit everybody in america are almost everybody in america at that time who wasn't mormon hated the mormons they endorsed or at least tolerated polygamy and the acting governor the time with defying federal agents all the way out in utah so buchanan decided i'm going to send troops out and get rid of this governor now it never actually came to a military battle but the nation was riveted on whether the united states of america was going to go to war with the mormons and this gave buchanan some time to do some political maneuvering so that the nation would take it off the ball kansas is can be slave or free and of course that was the ferry kind of issue that would lead to the civil war who got many years afterwards that's where i mean what we're fair is a really effective way of taking people and reasserting priorities that basically you think you might want right i mean one example that oftentimes gets overlooked than we've only recently now circle back to it is the history of someone like woodrow wilson rights so if you think about the segregation of the civil service in the early part of the 20th century around around 1913 based segregated the civil service over a long weekend nobody really raise hackles about it because it happen in very yo decentralised fashion and it was done in secret in part because wilson was concerned about northern democrats and a whole host of other constituents that he had to basically hold together as part of a workable coalition now of course african americans of.
"acting governor" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"The my speech today what did you think he was going to say as a great speech bit of that i'll tell you what when i these will hillary admit please just go away let's go to russ in boston hey russ where have you been there how would wrote yet i'm in the truck headed on north on ninety eight arrive russ what's your what's your take who would you like to see galway first did what i heard about this about fifteen twenty minutes ago i knew the person you were going to say out hillary would mitt romney and i agree with you are both account they both got a goal i don't want i hear anything about it between any of it i've done with it under the people people to go i'm really done with both of them if here's the thing that's interesting i think that both of them do tremendous damage to their own political parties at me the democrats have to get past hillary while she's guy she used got a fade away it will be gone i mean i i never supported up from the get go he he wasn't my candidate up i'm in a way that mr on the crash president trump over the years he needs to fade away at your if you try to ride on stomach go to jail if a gotta fit right will make their will i may with me at all dead six i i agree with you uh he's going to try to get back in a gonna try to run an any is going to try to muscle pull orrin hatch out who's eighty three me oh mid has shaw bellboys as jane swift the former acting governor republican acting governor of massachusetts found out we'll see what other people think so so you an alex it i agree they both have to go they added go we've heard of not voter fatigue whatever you want to call it would not that a move on your get rid of the people die where you're driving tonight where'd you say you were driving tonight i am armed headed north backed away on my wallet dole rick amounts of joseph di disassociation tonight i what am i did.
"acting governor" Discussed on WDEL 1150AM News Talk Radio
"Or did he tempered a little bit during those heady days well i mean he what he was he he really what well that was like you know he with talked about it being potentially the next president at that point uh you know all that seems to be in rearview mirror for m but he is you've had no other app chief told them on at a at a press conference want to it in corrupting i'm code echoing i mean it down and shut up um and eat at you know incident that at hit it other public of ban on all meetings where it stood up the people who challenge and then and impounded ended up not casting governor at the back like why why why is it go to all these ball games well this one in particular it dawn andrew work spread the brewers at y you at them and walk eat and in the video could anchor gandhi over shoulder watching him compare cup is anyone in jersey saying he says spend more time in jersey and be governor kids especially considering that technically he's not the governor when he's outside the stadium have an acting governor with powers a or people don't care because he's near the end of his term anyway very unpopular then like an end to it the that'd be governor spent too much time at a dead when he was out of the republican governors association he spent like at the dave running for president i mean he spent more time out of 8 and then and running it you know in in new jersey and you know that that's something that thank are a lot of people yeah okay well the continuing saga chris christie of interesting when he leaves office out this all comes on whether continues to attend ball games and get taunted or or nods or this kind of fejzic into the sunset thank you ryan hutchins political new jersey bureau chief why from trenton new jersey for jello were news at noon let me ask you a question when you think of the american legion what comes to mind is it the way we find daily for our veterans to get them the benefits they've earned through their service i work hard every day and make sure that our veterans get the benefits they deserve a hand the american lead for nearly one hundred years the american legion has been.