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"agricultural commissioner" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD

NewsRadio WIOD

06:42 min | 10 months ago

"agricultural commissioner" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD

"Once again I'm Jimmy will be back with us tomorrow morning. It is Monday. September 13 time now to bring in former United States Senator George Lemieux. You can follow him on Twitter at George underscore. Let me a good morning, Senator Hope you and the family are well. Thank you very much, Manny. Good morning to you. Let's start off by talking about President Biden's mask mandate, which he detailed his plans on Thursday that we still haven't seen exactly how he plans to implement all of it. You're a lawyer. We've spoken with numerous legal scholars and we'll continue to discuss it a little bit later this morning aren't vaccine mandates settled law in this country. No, I mean the federal government cannot, in my view mandate a private employer. What Valiente said in his announcement is that all private employers who have more than 100 employees are going to have to require magnet vaccines of their employees for their places of work. The federal government doesn't have that kind of reach, let alone the president acting on his own. You remember that the Constitution has limits. There are what are called numerator powers of Congress and Article one, Section eight that even limits what Congress can do. The most far reaching power of Congress is the ability to An act laws concerning commerce. But President United States doesn't have that unilateral authority. So yes, can he make federal employees were masks were people who do business with the federal government where masks or or abandoned the vaccine? Yes. Could you maybe even do it to people who receive federal money like a university, For example, even a private university to get federal money, perhaps, but private company, you know, let's just pick your company opinion contractor here in Florida. Sure, who has 100 employees can make them required vaccines and masks, Not my opinion, and it seems it seems like larger, you know, big corporations in the country are actually kind of accepting the for the most part of this mandate, because it kind of gives them a little bit of Cover. It's It's the smaller companies as you mentioned 123 400 people where it's going to be more difficult because we don't even know what rules OSHA is going to implement at this point, and where the burden for all of that testing and vaccination time off is going to go Right, And those are decisions that should be made by Washington, D C and to be made by Washington, D C made by the people actually enact laws, which is the United States Congress. It should be made in the states we made by private employers. There's a lot of considerations going on is whether to mandate a vaccine. You know people who are vaccinated. You know, and I want everyone to get vaccinated. Don't get me wrong. I've said that on your show many times, but in terms of mandating it people who are vaccinated or not back, they can still spread the disease, so there's other things that can be done to To counteract the spread of the disease, like distancing like wearing the better masks, so these are not decisions that the federal government should be making. I don't think that Biden has the authority to mandate that for businesses in the states. Let's go from the vaccine mandate to the mask mandate. You served for years as Florida's deputy attorney general chief of staff to the attorney general. So nobody better than to then you to talk to about this. How does this whole process of challenging the mask mandate losing in court deciding to appeal the ruling, And so on? Does the Attorney general's office handle those appeals or the decision to keep pursuing the case is and how it works here on the state level. Well, what happens is somebody follows a case which would happen where you had parents or her school board members file cases and then it goes to the trial court level. The trial judge makes a decision which happened this time, most of these cases against the state Are held in Leon County, which is where the state capitalism Tallahassee in the trial court judge said. No, you can't, uh you can't put this prohibition against school districts put allowing and requiring masks to be in this closer with And that that kind of appeal to the court of Appeals, which is the first district appeal, and they ruled preliminarily against the trial court judge So you have the state will you know the Attorney General's office defense? State laws and state actions, so they're very involved in these cases. Actually, General actually the attorney general Florida So, yes, they are very involved with the governor's office. Mr General counsel to and they have lawyers, and they can be involved in these cases where they choose to be All right. Let's completely switched subjects here. Congress returning to work in earnest this week They've got a full plate a lot of stuff to get done before October, 1st. It does look like Democratic support for the $3.5 trillion, so called human infrastructure deal is collapsed, and the $1.2 trillion deal, which almost everybody seems to agree as a good idea that also looks like it's on the ropes. Well, All eyes are on West Virginia because Joe Manchin has the ability to Keep it $3.5 trillion claim from passing. I can't call it infrastructure can mechanical Cuban infrastructure to me? That's just making up words. Uh, package. Uh, but my mansion. It's too high. He wants to spend maybe another trillion trillion half. You saw Bernie Sanders this weekend coming out on the T V show, saying just outrageous that one senator can hold things up, Which is pretty ironic, because that's what he's done A bunch. In his career, so we'll see whether or not they can come to an agreement. I do not think that the Democrats will let the infrastructure bill sale. I think they will negotiate something mansion will get his way. It will be less than 34.5 Trillion, but ultimately I think that both bills Pass in some form. If they do not Manny, it is disastrous. For Joe Biden coming off the heels of the retreat in Afghanistan, it would be a terrible bomb. The success of his president question real quickly since I've got you. There's been a proposed constitutional amendment here in Florida, filed to again make the education commissioner an elected position rather than appointed. Why did this ever become an appointed position? I remember we used to have to vote on that. Well, we used to have a you know, we have a cabinet in Florida. So we have some positions that are independent constitutional officers like the attorney general, like the chief financial officer, like the agricultural commissioner. We used to have more like the education commissioner was separately elected secretary of State. Oh, many years ago more than 20 years ago, the people of Florida voted on a constitutional image to reduce the size of the Cabinet and make those other positions appointed position. So yes, Florida could do that. Those could be independent positions. You're going to have to get the Legislature to put that on the ballot. Otherwise, it's going to have to come on by citizen initiative..

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"agricultural commissioner" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD

NewsRadio WIOD

01:31 min | 10 months ago

"agricultural commissioner" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD

"I remember we used to have to vote on that. Well, we used to have a you know, we have a cabinet in Florida. So we have some positions that are independent constitutional officers like the attorney general, like the chief financial officer, like the agricultural commissioner. We used to have more. By the education commissioner wasn't a separately elected secretary of state. Uh, many years ago More than 20 years ago, the people Florida voted on a constitutional amendment to reduce the size of the Cabinet and make Those other positions appointed positions so Florida could do that. Those could be independent positions. You're going to have to get the Legislature to put that on the ballot. Otherwise, it's going to have to come on by citizen initiative. Which requires I think more than 800,000 signatures. I don't see that happening or anyone getting behind the funding that's needed to get 800,000 signatures to Again Select the education commissioner. Nobody better to help us understand all these issues, Senator Always a pleasure speaking with you Stay safe. We'll talk to you next week. Have a great week. Man. You take care of all right, 7 48. We check in real quickly with will all tough in a look at what's trending wi dot com. Well, many a fan interrupting a game between the Yankees and Mets yesterday at Citi Field, the fan running around in the outfield players and fans looking on a handful of security guards can't seem to grab this guy. But then one of the guards kicks it into high gear. See what happens next. The video posted right now in the cephalopod. Low G w y o d dot com. Alright, Well, we're two minutes away from the next live check on traffic on NewsRadio. 6 10 w i o D. This view was worth the hike right? And it's a good way.

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"agricultural commissioner" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

02:14 min | 1 year ago

"agricultural commissioner" Discussed on KTRH

"Released Report on Wholesale inventories report covers the month of August and shows an increase of 0.4%, slightly less than the original estimate. The category of wholesale inventories is an important component in the calculation of gross domestic product. Hurricane Delta is responsible for the offshore shut down in the Gulf of Mexico. Court's in the Texas and Louisiana coast are closed and 92% of oil output for the region is on hold. Also halted is the production of natural gas as the storm moves through the gulf. Have a safe weekend. If you'd like to download a copy of our free weekly report, please visit our website at S t a wealth dot com. Texans fed up with governor Abbot's Covad restrictions will rally outside the governor's mansion in Austin tomorrow morning. Michael Quinn Sullivan is with the group Texas scorecard Now that we see other states leading states like Florida and Georgia and others did really a sad Texas is looking more like California and New York than it is other Republican led states. Takes his GOP chairman Alan West State Agricultural commissioner said. Miller, formerly state Senator Don Huffins and others are scheduled to be at the rally as well. Houston Iest board has approved $41 Million Budget Amendment for P P ease cleaning supplies and other computer devices. 17 million of that amount will go towards special education support, including the hiring of therapists and technology specialists. The budget will also fun training for staffers and teachers to deal with dramatic crisis and for addressing social and emotional impact of the pandemic. Teachers are due back on campus Monday, and students return one week later. Baylor Athletics is suspending all football activity this weekend after 10 school athletes tested positive for covert 19. Baylor is planning to play Oklahoma State next weekend. The Red River showdown. Meantime, between the Longhorns in the Oklahoma Sooners at the Cotton Bowl stadium is tomorrow with 25% capacity and facemask plus social distancing required. Coverage There starts 10 o'clock on sports Talk 7 90. Texas A and M Maggie's host Florida at 11 A.m. tomorrow. The Cougars, meantime, beat two lane 49 to 31 last night. They will host BYU next Friday night. Rice owls do not have a game for 22 weeks. More news on demand of rich dotcom are next update at 12 30 breaking information as it.

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Farm Workers Face Double Threat: Wildfire Smoke And COVID-19

Environment: NPR

03:49 min | 1 year ago

Farm Workers Face Double Threat: Wildfire Smoke And COVID-19

"Farm workers do not have the option to work from home in California. They faced the elements not just covert. But also record heat and wildfires Eric Mahoney of K.. A. Z.. You reports from a strawberry field in Salinas California. farmworkers swiftly picks a row of strawberries. He tosses to the ground, the bruise berries that won't sell the others into their plastic clam shells. The, air quality is better on this day but just a few weeks ago the sun glowed orange and ash family. The Sky after a wildfire erupted nearby has do sell Mata. The foreman says the smoke was so thick in mid August that it hurt the cruise sinuses for. We must. Be We. Stop for our safety. He says, we had to stop for one day and that wasn't easy call. He's in charge of sixty five people who are paid more money. The more they pick it's been a tremendously difficult year Dr Caroline Kennedy Cares for farmworkers. She directs nine clinics in Monterey County where agriculture is a leading industry you they home when the air quality doesn't make you feel well or do you just go back to work these are markers who are predominantly Latino feed the world yet they're struggling to feed their own families and They've been disproportionately affected by the coronavirus in Monterey County alone more than seventy percent of cases are among the Tino's often they go back to very congested living situations and everyone in the family is infected cove nineteen patients tell Kennedy. They just can't take a deep breath that's compounded by wildfire smoke under a California regulation that took effect last year employers must provide proper masks to outdoor workers when air quality degrades to a certain level whether or not the workers are required to actually put on the mask depends on how bad the air quality is. The messaging is confusing says Richard Steadman who runs the regional air resources district when the air is bad the general public is told to stay indoors what I see workers being advised that can go out into the field and exert themselves as long as they have in their possession, a mask that's not very protective. The united farm workers says even so enforcement of the regulation is a problem Armando Alana's is with the UAW? The vast majority of farmers were not provided have not been provided and ninety five mass. You W conducted a statewide poll in August to get a better understanding of the situation workers told Atlanta's there is felt like they were burning, but you know they were they were more worried about. Trying to make ends meet trying to pay the rent with multiple wildfires in California and pandemic. That's making and ninety five's hard to find the state answered calls for help and shipped around one point four million masks two counties throughout the State Henry Gonzales the Agricultural Commissioner for Monterey County says he's received over three, hundred, thirty, thousand were. Really the odds and we were able to get those considering their scarcity. Back. At the strawberry field in Salinas Gonzales watches worker is snapped closed the fruit containers he says showing up to this job can be a risk, but the produce can't wait. They're ready when they're ready and if you're not there to harvest, they're going to go to waste which means less money for companies, smaller paychecks, farmworkers, and fewer strawberries in grocery carts losses that might be necessary to protect farm workers help. For NPR News America Mahoney in Salinas

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Farm Workers Face Double Threat: Wildfire Smoke And COVID-19

NPR's Business Story of the Day

03:49 min | 1 year ago

Farm Workers Face Double Threat: Wildfire Smoke And COVID-19

"Farm, workers do not have the option to work from home in California. They faced the elements not just covert. But also record heat and wildfires Eric Mahoney. Of K. A.. Z., you reports from a strawberry field in Salinas California. farmworkers swiftly picks a row of strawberries. He tosses to the ground, the bruise berries that won't sell the others into their plastic clam shells. The air quality is better on this day but just a few weeks ago the sun glowed orange and ash fell from the sky after a wildfire erupted nearby has do sell Mata. The foreman says the smoke was so thick in mid August that it hurt the cruise sinuses. We must. Be We stop for our safety. He says, we had to stop for one day and that wasn't easy call. He's in charge of sixty five people who are paid more money. The more they pick, it's been a tremendously difficult year Dr Caroline Kennedy Cares for farmworkers. She directs nine clinics in Monterey County where agriculture is a leading industry you they home when the air quality doesn't make you feel well or do you just go back to work these are markers who are predominantly Latino feed the world yet they're struggling to feed their own families and They've been disproportionately affected by the coronavirus in Monterey County alone more than seventy percent of cases are among the Tino's often they go back to very congested living situations and everyone in the family is infected cove nineteen patients tell Kennedy they just can't take a deep breath that's compounded by wildfire smoke under a California regulation that took effect last year employers must provide proper masks to outdoor workers when air quality degrades to a certain level whether or not the workers are required to actually put on the mask depends on how bad the air quality is. The messaging is confusing says Richard Steadman who runs the regional air resources district when the air is bad, the general public is told to stay indoors I. See workers being advised that they can go out into the field and exert themselves as long as they have in their possession, a mask that's not very protective. The united farm workers says even. So enforcement of the regulation is a problem Armando Alana's is with the UAW. The. Vast majority of farmers were not provided have not been provided and ninety five mass. You W conducted a statewide poll in. August. To get a better understanding of the situation workers told Atlanta's there is felt like they were burning but you know they were they were more worried about. Trying, to make ends meet trying to pay the rent with multiple wildfires in California and a pandemic that's making and ninety five's hard to find the state answered calls for help and shipped around one point four million masks, two counties throughout the state. Henry. Gonzales the Agricultural Commissioner for Monterey County says he's received over three, hundred, thirty, thousand were. Really, the odds and we were able to get those considering their scarcity. Back at the strawberry field in Salinas. Gonzales watches worker is snapped closed the fruit containers he says showing up to this job can be a risk, but the produce can't wait. They're ready when they're ready and if you're not there to harvest, they're going to go to waste which means less money for companies, smaller paychecks, farmworkers, and fewer strawberries in grocery carts losses that might be necessary to protect farm workers help. For NPR News America. Mahoney in Salinas California.

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"agricultural commissioner" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

02:21 min | 2 years ago

"agricultural commissioner" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"Department. I would call it as we have in so many other cases. Rightsizing question goes before voters in November, Chris and Carl Okay, fine news l. A county agricultural officials say If you've gotten some seeds from China don't plant them. In fact, don't even open them or thrown away shouldn't held by the residents or given to their county office in California. The county Agricultural Commissioner Kim Pil mons with the county's agricultural commissioner and says, call the office and someone will come get the scenes of the people receiving. These are appear to be people who are commercial farmer, he says. They're treating the mysterious seeds as he hazardous material. Steve Gregory can find news. A couple of teenage schoolgirls in India say they've identified an asteroid moving toward Earth while working on a school project. Girls say they spotted the asteroid while looking at images taken by a telescope in Hawaii. NASA has confirmed the girls findings. The space agency says the asteroid is currently close to Mars. But we'll move closer to earth in about a 1,000,000 years. Even then, it will be 10 times farther away than the moon and a pub in the Australian Outback has banned some big birds. The emos, which can't fly have been stealing people's food that includes leaning into a trail and taking toast right out of the toaster. Oh, Bub says The thing that pushed things over the edge was when to Emo's named Carol and Kevin realized they could climb the front stairs to get in the stairs have been roped off. Let's check back in on that crash in Anaheim on the five South, bound just after Brooke her street a crash still blocking the two right lanes. This was a car into a pole that car reportedly travelling at very high speeds. This is causing some issues on that five south on again just after Brooker Street, Also in Anaheim to 57. Northen eye could tell. Earlier crash now cleared from the on draft. Guardino, the 1 10 cellphone at Redondo Beach Boulevard crash, blocking the on ramp there and in on terror. You've got a car fire 10. He's front of Euclid Avenue, that car fire on the shoulder of the opera. Hey, Abi, and the sky helps get you there Faster. I'm Dave Joseph. Warming up again will give you all the details. Next daily Zeitgeist is a podcast from the world's smartest and funniest comics and writers. It gets you caught up on the news without grinding you down. There's something like simultaneous threads of history that we are coming together. And once that I'm like, which one am I going? Yeah, let's live through all the history at once. It sounds like a dick talk challenge.

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"agricultural commissioner" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

02:42 min | 2 years ago

"agricultural commissioner" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"There you go. And you could win 1000 bucks. Pick up the phone. If you're getting a phone call from Columbus, Ohio. That's where I heard keeps all the cash national company. Oh, yeah. They keep a big vault there with all that cash on him. And on going to get you 1000 bucks. If they call you and you're not home. You don't answer. They move on to the next caller. You get screwed out of 1000 bucks are Kurt Floren is Thie County Agriculture Commissioner and he is with us. Kurt. How are you, sir? I'm good. How are you doing? I'm doing excellent. I meet Mark Thompson's with us is hard. Kurt. Kurt. Mark? Yeah. Good evening. Mark occurred. I didn't know we had an L. A County Agriculture commission. I feel safer that we dio What is? What is your your your job every day in Los Angeles? You know, I always tell people we need about three hours to go through all that, but way have four. So there's two answers to that question. The first it's required by law were unique in California met every county is required to have an agricultural commissioner but a CZ faras. Excuse me, our department. We actually have the largest AG department in the state. Second to the State Department of Food mag on the short story is if you go back up until 1950 California Excuse me. L a county Was actually the largest AG production county and the entire United States. We all know it's been paved over. We grow a lot of roads and parking lots of these days, but our big job now is keeping pass out that protect protect the rest to California. We have the largest seaport complex way have Ella ax that has a tremendous air cargo load products coming in from all around the world. We have the largest wholesale produce market in the West in the U. S. And we have 10.5 1,000,000 people from all around the world, actually. Well, Kurt, Thanks for coming on man really appreciate. So we tend to be the conduit for passing diseases coming in that composed a risk to agriculture. Not only in the state that deceleration Yeah, and it could be devastating on I think it's a very important job. However, if you could talk to the fellas who had make me slow down on the way back from Vegas to check for bananas that appreciated Hey, So what is this mysterious package is coming out of China. Actually, we have take a break. We come back. We'll ask you about that because there's a lot of people getting seeds sent to their home and their flipped out. They don't know what the plan amore thrown away or whatever, so I'm sure you'll have the answers. Kurt, Florida is with us. Hey, is the Lake County AG commissioner and will continue with him? Mark Thompson's with us Well, it's Conway Show more now, Gina Grant list.

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"agricultural commissioner" Discussed on 90.3 KAZU

90.3 KAZU

01:41 min | 2 years ago

"agricultural commissioner" Discussed on 90.3 KAZU

"How his work at a Clorox plant has suddenly and unexpectedly become vital that story just ahead support for K. easy you comes from downtown broken sound offering new and used books CD's final and more on main street in Salinas curbside pickup and local delivery options are available more information at downtown book and sound dot com and now this update on corona virus impacts to the Monterey Bay area all community members can now get tested it for local testing sites run by the state anyone can make an appointment regardless of whether they have symptoms of covert nineteen they're located in Salinas greenfield Watsonville and Hollister we have a list of the exact locations on our blog at KD zero dot org as well as ways to make an appointment the states covered nineteen testing site in Salinas will be moving this week beginning tomorrow the Aliso high school site will no longer be a testing site instead operations will be moved to the office of the agricultural commissioner we have a blog post that we're updating every day the post is called K. easy use coronavirus blog it has a new look with daily posts find it on the K. easy you home page at KBC U. dot org support.

"agricultural commissioner" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:31 min | 2 years ago

"agricultural commissioner" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"The food supply disruptions caused by the corona virus has led to some dairy farmers dumping some of their milk because they have no place to sell it New York governor Andrew Cuomo says the state will be stepping in to try to get the milk to new markets and help feed those left jobless from the economic shutdown Karen dewitt reports dairy farms in milk cooperatives have had to dump millions of pounds of milk in the past few weeks it was supposed to go to restaurants school cafeterias and other business customers who no longer need the mill due to the state ordered closures meanwhile milk has been scarce in coolers at grocery stores and some stores have had to limit milk purchases and demand at food banks due to one third of new Yorkers losing their jobs has increased by two hundred percent in some regions and forty to sixty percent statewide David Fisher the president of the New York farm bureau owns a dairy farm in Madrid in northern New York along the St Lawrence river he had to get rid of some of his milk because the buyers dried up it's very frustrating to fact that you know we have excess milk but we can't get it to people that are in need at this time governor Cuomo says he's dismayed by the milk dumping and he says the state will intervene to try to fix the problem this is just a total waste to me we have people downstate who need food we have farmers upstate who can't sell their products we have to put those two things together it's just common sense Cuomo says the state will connect the farms with industries you can buy the excess milk and process it into other dairy products it would then be donated to food banks the effort will be led by Kelly Cummings director of state operations and state agricultural commissioner Richard ball among others companies participating include Chobani yogurt cabinet and upstate Niagara cooperative as well as the dairy farmers of America Fisher calls the proposal some much needed good news with all these distractions I think it will be very potentially benefit farmers in New York state if the governor was want to do that and that was a bold step and we really appreciate that Fisher says there is enough food for everyone and there are no shortages but he says distribution challenges remain he says rationing of egg purchases in grocery stores is largely due to the temporary shortage of the cartons needed to sell them retail outlets and he says the closure of meat processing plants in the western U. S. due to outbreaks of covert nineteen in the plants will meet for now there will be less pork and beef on the shelves in Albany I'm Karen to wet.

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"agricultural commissioner" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:52 min | 2 years ago

"agricultural commissioner" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Funds notably agricultural funds is there a database that shows who is guessing farm subsidies from the EU member states have to make available who are the beneficiaries and is not database transparent is it available to all European taxpayers who paying into this farm subsidy system each member state it has to make these database available so it's a member state responsibility there is no E. U. database as such if you money that's been dispersed shortly it should be in the database a central system where anyone can go and see who is benefiting from the farm subsidy system but it's a long discussion that we've been having at the U. level and at national level in different member states adult once he's better done at the U. level what is better done at the national level okay conclusion over the years was that the management of some funds is better done at national level last month the new agricultural commissioner he was interested in introducing a list of preventative anti corruption measures for the common agricultural policy when is that list going to be made public I am not sure the commissioner use the exactly that kind of warning what I can say is that we do have solid rules and procedures in place to make sure that every euro is well spent the commission's proposals it also a minute at the cheating more fairness in distribution of payments so they include provisions such a higher level of support for Hector for small and medium sized farms a capping off payments etcetera and the commission's proposals for the future C. P. are still being discussed medical legislatures but there is this issue isn't that about eighty percent of all farm subsidies in the you go to the wealthiest twenty percent of recipients is that something that is being addressed that is something that we are well aware of in depth we've been trying to address the commission again put on the table a proposal to introduce a capping at one hundred thousand euros for the individual beneficiaries of subsidies let's see how it goes the discussion this time in the corners of Brussels in the European Commission and in the European Parliament is that concern that a lot of these farm subsidies going to people who are ideologically opposed to the federalist project of the European Union I don't two think it Sir up for discussion that will start asking people for their political opinion before deciding to grant or not there's certain subsidy Danielle was ideal the European commission's agricultural policy spokesperson we also offer the government of Hungary's prime minister Viktor Orban to response to the allegations his office referred us to a blog post which describe the New York times reporters agenda driven amber said Mr opens government of pasta little that says that no Hungarian citizen may now own more than three hundred hectares of land well that's it from this edition of the program today's producer.

"agricultural commissioner" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

02:22 min | 2 years ago

"agricultural commissioner" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"Were planted in riverside riverside counties is an agricultural commissioner Dolly Jimenez chokes as the legacy is threatened by disease known as citrus greening fifty new cases were found a crown over the past six weeks and officials have expanded to more than one hundred mile quarantines own very critical that they do not moved to citrus into or out of the the appointing area minutes jokes as all of the recent cases were found on private residential property in the disease is yet to jump to commercial grows Chris and Carla okay if I news I mean in Bakersfield has been accused of attacking the firefighters who saved him from his burning home fire crews found the man barricaded inside a room Wednesday and had to force themselves inside to pull him out as the flames closed in officials say the man was combative with firefighters and had to be restrained until sheriff's deputy showed up to arrest him a marriage proposal in a movie theater in New Jersey has prompted an evacuation police in Howell township say a man set off fireworks outside the building Wednesday night to set the mood while his friend popped the question movie goers mistook the fireworks for gunshots leading to multiple nine one one calls the guy who set up the fireworks was taken into custody and charged with disorderly conduct as for the proposal media reports have failed to mention whether she said yes delta airlines employees have sued at lands end outfitters the company has provided the airline with uniforms since twenty sixteen but workers say those uniforms are causing a number of health issues including rashes hives and signage issues employees want lands end to recall the clothing from the southern California Toyota dealers traffic center we make it easy crash in Pomona on the ten is found at the fifty seven that crashed blocks the transition to the fifty seven south bound you've got stop and go traffic from Kellogg Dr also a slow go through Norwalk at this hour the five northbound between Norwalk Boulevard in pioneer and on the five northbound elision park between stadium weight and Los felis Boulevard on the brakes there as well problem in Anaheim hills ninety one west from before imperial I would look out for a multi vehicle crash off to the right shoulder KFI in the sky helps get you there faster I'm Dave Joseph it's the holiday season end up both holiday deals are here you do not want to miss it is the twenty fifth anniversary of the giant L. A. R. B. winner shell going on at the Pomona Fairplex going on right now ten AM to seven PM you've got time and run through January fifth without question the absolute lowest prices.

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California launches investigation into public safety power shutoffs by PG&E, other utilities

Ray Appleton

01:23 min | 2 years ago

California launches investigation into public safety power shutoffs by PG&E, other utilities

"An investigation just opened in the the controversy power safety shot off the latest from game jays earn obey tia California regulators unanimously ordering an investigation into it doesn't deliberate power outages that plunged millions of people into the dark last month the public utilities commission voting at a short meeting in San Francisco after testimony from customers pleading for regulation planning in leadership the server gas electric's multiple rounds of outages were meant to prevent its equipment from igniting while bars and windy weather affected nearly two and a half million people in the alley Jody insisted on the shut off for public safety but a parade of officials complained that the company botched its communications southern California Edison San Diego gas electric also shut off power but far fewer people everybody DO K. M. J. news the power shut downs affecting the state's agriculture with details here's came Jay's round we Kerry the power shut off which was designed to help stave off a wildfire meant that of inter county avocado and searches farmer could not irrigators cross for nearly two days and when the Maria fire burned its way into his groves he could not help firefighters battled the blaze that scenario is frustrating a lot of growers dealing with power shut offs and the threat of fire in cinema county losses from the Kincaid fire are still being tallied but one agricultural commissioner thanks vine damage may be worse than it was in twenty seventeen run the Kerry camp

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"agricultural commissioner" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

01:41 min | 2 years ago

"agricultural commissioner" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"Of responding to online ads apps and social media websites to engage in sexual activity with minors I think they know that the kids are communicating with those types of formats so they're using those to be able to access our kids colonel Hoffman says the suspects range in age from twenty one to seventy seven and come from every background you could imagine president trump is making a visit to Florida next week according to a White House statement trouble signing executive order relate to Medicare at the villages in Orlando on October third transcription of parents in Florida last August was postponed because the mass shootings in el Paso Texas in Dayton Ohio governor Rhonda Santa is asking supporters to give funds to a presidential protection fund a mass email was sent yesterday by the Florida Republican Party asking constituents to send donations the website for the request does not say how much the money will actually go to the Florida GOP of Florida highway patrol trooper has been killed in Orlando will driving home from a shift trooper Tracy Vickers patrol car slammed into the back of a construction truck on the East West expressway vicars who was engaged is the forty eighth FHP trooper to die in the line of duty the crash is under investigation the importance of reading and eating healthy those are the reasons why Florida agricultural commissioner Nikki free to paid a visit to an elementary school on Friday. they'll walk of life I quoted wanted literacy about that report you're not forget that the inspired texts the one you have fresh fruits and vegetables I like it orthodox. stream trails elementary in Palm Beach county was holding a redefine and freeze niece and nephews attend the school so she stopped by to spend some time with a couple of classes there with Florida's news I'm Sean fair miss wealth advisors.

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"agricultural commissioner" Discussed on KMJ NOW

KMJ NOW

02:13 min | 3 years ago

"agricultural commissioner" Discussed on KMJ NOW

"In Kate's not morning I run the Kerry in the campaign news room it's four minutes after eleven o'clock the gunman in the gallery garlic festival now believed to have killed himself the Santa Clara county coroner's office contradicting earlier accounts by police officers fired the shot that ultimately took him down investigators had previously said the nineteen year old gunman was killed by a trio of officers who responded in less than a minute chief Scott Smith the address the conflicting reports yesterday afternoon I do know that the suspect was hit multiple times by the rounds that our officers fired which put him down it appears now that ruling on the cause and manner of death that once he was down that he was able to get around often he shot himself sounds like that round was to the head the Gilroy garlic fast shooting ended with three deaths including two children a shooting early this morning in Maderas left a man dead police were called to the area of Sherin Boulevard and Wilson street where they found twenty two year old angel the **** with several gunshot wounds he later died at Madera community hospital the crime is believed to be possibly gang related anyone with information is urged to call the Madera police department or crime stoppers at four nine eight stop victory has been declared over a past in the south land we get details from camp G. AG director don York a Mexican fruit fly infestation has been a rather candid in and around the city of Long Beach according to the California department of food and agriculture the CDFA along with the USDA and the Los Angeles county agricultural commissioner's office had originally set up be seventy nine square mile quarantine zone after three flights including two media female flies were detected CDFA released hundreds of thousands of sterile male Mexican fruit flies to rid the area of the past the Mexican fruit flies due to target more than fifty types of fruits and vegetables potentially causing severe impacts to California agricultural crops and to back your gardens John York KPMG news news partner fox twenty six reports that highway.

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"agricultural commissioner" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

WHAS 840 AM

04:58 min | 3 years ago

"agricultural commissioner" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

"Have returns for you as a all night long until late working night here on eight forty? W. H A S. But Haley has got some numbers for us in the governor's race on the democratic side. Or what do you have in front of you? I don't want to know on the democratic side, rocky Adkins. Who's the house minority floor leader here in Kentucky is leading with thirty seven percent of the vote that actually went down a significant amount. It was like over forty a second ago. Beshir's right behind him with thirty three percent of the vote. Bevin is still leading on the Republican side, but only by like with fifty percent of the vote. Oh, who's the second place person Robert Goforth? He's a state Representative Robert go forth, and what percentage does have over forty percent. Oh my gosh. Are you kidding with about forty percent of precincts reporting who will just came in so okay, I'm not that's a bad sign? And that's what everyone's talking about is even if Bevin wins the Republican primary are the people that voted for Goforth still. Support that end it'd be like, not a chance, I'm going. So that's and then the ones that have actually come in finalized, Heather, French, Henry is the she stepped rushing. Godal crushing. Listen, I'm crossing lines for her. Okay. Now, who is the Representative on, on her, who's she going to go against in the election? Hold on. Let me pull it. I'll be interested to know what percentage turn out there was today because what I went by. It was a ghost stay with my mind. There was one there. They were projecting about twelve and a half percent. But they think it's going lower. Lower than that. Because we both the primary nelin shows up to primaries in Kentucky. Is a huge mine is a huge polling area huge in ariz- about a dozen people that I was at about noon. Then Heather French Henry won with seventy one percent on the Republican side is Michael Adams. They're still tallying votes. He hasn't won but he's leading with forty percent of the vote and second-place, Andrew English only has twenty six percents, she's gonna win, so that's gonna win. She and she's such former Miss America. She's a former veterans affairs. Tirelessly for the veterans fee gets out there herself and has for years. It's not it's not pandering. But she is it wasn't her husband Lieutenant governor. It's one point. Yes. Yes. Okay. So families. Got some. His name was. Steven french. No, that's that's true. So no. So they at least the families got some some experience, right? Exactly. And we kind of figured she was going to be the front runner in the democratic side. So that's the secretary of state race. And the other finalized agriculture Commissioner. Ryan quarrels has won the Republican primary. Okay. So eighty percent of the vote, I did not know who to vote for their so I just close my eyes and I went back. I don't know that that's smarter. But I still a lot of people do know agricultural guide, does I, I wanna vote, but they're not here. Here's what's weird about the, the agricultural Commissioner or whatever. Yeah. He's on every single gas pump. Yes. And then here's something else. All the rides like the fair. Yeah. They're inspected by the Agra. I'm like qualifies the agricultural, his carnival ride, I guess about two state auditor, state auditor, let me pull that up. We'll Mike Harmon was uncontested on the Republican side. He's the incumbent but on the democratic side. Sherry Donahue is currently leading with forty five and a half percent. What about class treasurer? That is class. Treasure. Well, that was auditor auditor, I'm so I'm honored. So that's the guy I voted for, I guess, is getting killed. Did you Toby, Chris Chris has nineteen percent nineteen percent? That's not bad. Third place. Three but yeah, so second place in that is came. I voted for. But in a way in a way aren't all the candidate winners? No, they all get a participation trophy. This year. The budget. But in a way, I haven't we all one. I really don't think we have. No, we haven't won. So in the election is a year way. So we're. Remember? Like a half a year. Oh my God. Barreling towards his all right. So you guys doing some updates here every thirty minutes on the twenty in on the fifty you going to join us tomorrow, filling in for Terry. Sure. What time you want? Well, we're on from three job here. Right. Right. Oh, you got one. You're just not very good at it. And that's why they're like push Haley. This. News. Are you gonna make Patrick dress up like a special forces got tonight so I can keep my hands. He went amazed. Defend. There is no defense. He looks a lot like Pat. Seven-foot.

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"agricultural commissioner" Discussed on WSB-AM

WSB-AM

02:21 min | 3 years ago

"agricultural commissioner" Discussed on WSB-AM

"Thorough. News points, right? When. News ninety five five and AM seven fifty s me on it. Working this red alert six seventy five southbound route around two eighty five could cause some delays as we head through the morning. Also traffic update I twenty delays that are building in less than three minutes. Wsb News time six oh nine midtown. Temperature's fifty five a jewel thief fails to live up to the motto on his t shirt. He just can't make stuff up. Be a good human. Bailey layer owns ring crushing champion. She tells channel two action news the suspect smashed his way into their warehouse and stole a hundred thousand dollars in gems rings and earrings. She hopes someone recognizes him on surveillance video and turns him in see the video on our website, WSB radio dot com. Three month old blame a heart condition for the child's death and paldon county nearly a year later deputies arrest Tanya Atkinson, and Jason grimmer for murder and aggravated battery their jailed without bond and autopsy by the gbi I finds the baby died of blunt force trauma to the head other children have been removed from the home short term rentals on Lake Lanier and for site county will soon be a thing of the past after the county commission bands on the new plans. Take effect in January will prohibit short term rentals anywhere in for site county, except for those zone agricultural Commissioner, Cindy J mills among those voting against it says they didn't even have a handle on the number of short term rentals in the county. I don't know how you make decisions in vacuum. After like, that's what we did a Commissioner Larson Monson who represents the area around the lakes as current law doesn't even allow them. I know there are people who have gone into this business on a residential properties. But at no time was it ever legal to do. So Sandra, Parrish WSB country club in Snowville wants to convert eighteen holes on its golf course to two hundred and fifty senior living homes some chase applies for. Zoning change, the planning commission recommends conditional approval prospective buyers have to be at least fifty five the club would still have nine holes as an amenity. Atlanta drivers are used to navigating road hazards. But this one's a doozy. A sinkhole opens up on west Peachtree between third and fourth streets driver channel two action. News produced three northbound lanes to one slows me down a little bit of traffic is horrible watershed management is still working a fix. So we have no ETA on repairs. WBZ news time six eleven is a mess over there triggered partly by those heavy rains we had last week. With those things are thinking pass we bring in WSB meteorologist Kirk Mellish Kirk. No rain in the forecast.

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"agricultural commissioner" Discussed on WSB-AM

WSB-AM

01:52 min | 3 years ago

"agricultural commissioner" Discussed on WSB-AM

"Talk show, host Herman Cain admits. There's a money aspect why? He took his name out of the running for a job with the fad Herman Cain writes on western journal dot com that he liked the idea of serving on the fed a fresh voice, and maybe the first bosses we might be able to influence some of their decision making that could yield better policy yet. The seventy three year old would have to let go of business interests paid speeches radio and TV and says without getting too specific. If your boss told you to take similar pay-cut, you tell them where to go Kane also figures he reaches nearly four million people a month with his media and decided he'd be getting up too much influence for what he calls a little bit of policy impact for WSB traffic in midtown is bad. But and undergrad. Sink coal is making it worse since a sewer main collapsed on Thursday, a block of west Peachtree between third and fourth street has been closed off that's causing businesses. Residents and commuters to make changes. This driver tells channel two action news Ottawa around come down just to get on interstate this way, no word on when the road will reopen utility crews and engineers are evaluating the situation and developing a plan for repairs short-term Reynolds around lake linear, and for South County will soon become a thing of the past new pans take effect in January will prohibit short term rentals anywhere in for site county, except for those zone agricultural Commissioner, Cindy J mills among those voting against it says, they didn't even have a handle on the number of short term rentals in the county. Decisions in a vacuum in the Commissioner Larson Monson who represents the area around the lakes as current law doesn't even allow them. I know there are people who have gone into business on residential properties. But at no time was it ever to do. So Sandra, Parrish WSB. He's off on Monday night. Atlanta opens a three-game series with the regime Cincinnati on Tuesday..

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"agricultural commissioner" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

05:35 min | 3 years ago

"agricultural commissioner" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Felt she was set up for success right kings. I was given a lot of opportunities. I feel really lucky. Game designer. I am today. There's also the question of how to invite more women into more kinds of gains. That's easy suggested. Ashley Colombo of Ubisoft in San Francisco. It's about changing up the storylines. Rugged adventure kind of thing is the main industry stone. So while it's moving in the right direction. I feel like that's the big thing that needs to change the stories to hear these women tell it since changes are coming. The question is when I'm Rachel myrow cake. You eating news now from gaming to farming in California county agricultural officers are the last line of defense for local communities when it comes to using pesticides safely. But a new report out today suggest that counties aren't getting the guidance. They need from the state, and that could put more people at risk UCLA law professors and health advocates studied how toxic pesticides. Get approved for use on agriculture land. They say that on a day-to-day basis. Local officials don't appear to consider safer alternatives or the cumulative impacts of pesticides. Joining us to talk about this is scientists own Molly Peterson, and Molly I who should be worried about pesticides just because you're listening to this maybe on a freeway as you're heading to work doesn't mean it's not you because in the bay area we've got agricultural land in Noma in Napa in the north bay on the peninsula and San Mateo county Monterey Santa Cruz. So it's not just people who work on that land. It's people who go to school and live nearby. In theory. The state is supposed to require consideration of alternatives for the most dangerous pesticides. But in practice, it's really really complicated. So this report from UCLA is critical of how the state considers alternatives to pesticides. What problems is the report finding well they used as an example, this one pesticide Clark purifies have you ever heard of it? No. Yeah. It's made a little news. There's people who pay attention to it because and there's mounting evidence of its danger with more specific scientific studies and the UCLA team says there's two state laws that require county. I officers to consider alternatives to pesticides. But when they went looking for these records, they couldn't find any records that show. How county egg officers do that. Tim Malloy is a professor of light UCLA. And he says that's a problem, and that ought to be the same within a county and across county so that we don't have different levels of protection for folks, depending upon where they live or how aggressive their particular county Commissioner is with respect to alternatives without records. It's not easy to know how they're thinking about pesticides and their alternatives. It doesn't necessarily mean that they're not doing it all, but we don't know what they're doing. And that's a little scary. So what about the people locally the people at the county level? Do they think this is a problem? I talked to county agricultural commissioners and pesticide activists. And what's? Interesting as they described this process the exact same way. So they all understand what's going on. They just see the consequences really differently. You know, Commissioner say they do their own independent work. They have conversations with these farmers, and these landowners every day, they know the local pest consultants. So there's a dialogue that maybe isn't recorded in records. But they really believe that they are doing a great job in that way. You know, some people who work in those offices told me they do consider alternatives. Even though the state's guidance may not be exactly that it varies from county to county. So in Monterey County. I talked to activists who met with the deputy director in the Commissioner's office. There. Here's Saudi Martinez. She's a community organizer with California's for pesticide reform when we meant after months of requesting. Meaning we got the response from the chief deputy that if he said in that meeting that it will be against the law to ask growers to use alternatives against the law. But I thought it was. The law that they're supposed to consider alternatives. Right. But these agricultural Commissioner's offices don't want to recommend certain specific brands of pesticides. They get very worried that they're interfering in the marketplace. So knowing wet safe changes over time to that's what happens with science. We get more science. We know other things that are going on the question is who's driving that conversation isn't going to be the pest consultant to the guy who wants the piece of land is it the farmer is at the Commissioner's office is it science is the department of pesticide reform. Everybody's gotta say so UCLA says this is a problem pesticide activists say the same thing but the ad commissioners. Are hey, this is not a problem. So what happens now, there's a much bigger conversation going on right now about how we manage pesticides in California. The last chief of the department of pesticide regulation stepped down in January governor Newsome is expected to pick a new one coming up soon and clarifies that hard to say chemical that we keep. Talking about there's an ongoing discussion about that. A state Senator from southern California at marina Elena Durazo has proposing to ban it, and there's gonna be a hearing next month. We'll be paying attention. I know that science reporter Molly Peterson. Thanks. You're welcome. You're listening to morning edition on K Q E D. More news after a break. I it's eight twenty nine and time to take another look at traffic.

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"agricultural commissioner" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

News 96.5 WDBO

02:56 min | 3 years ago

"agricultural commissioner" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

"Joe Kelly is on assignment this morning. It's Gene Wexler infra Joe Kelley cheer about this historic. I from China. They successfully landed a Rover on the far side of the moon. You'll lotta people call it the dark side of move, but actually gets just as much sunlight as the side that faces the earth. It's just that. It's the side that doesn't face the earth, and they have a satellite to relay to communications. And that's how they got around that loophole five. Oh, nine on Orlando's morning news. Good morning. I'm Darrell Moody. And I'm Marsha Taylor. F HP trooper say a driver who hit a ten year old boy in Brevard county will not be charged. The driver hit the boy in a mudpit Tuesday afternoon near port Saint John Parkway happened in a wooded area of off road trails near I ninety five. Investigators say it could have been difficult for the driver to see the ten year old because many kids were playing in the mud at the time where the drivers were operating offroad vehicles say heard gene mentioned this when the. Florida commission investigating the parkland shooting is now putting responsibility for safety reform on the governor lawmakers school districts and law enforcement agencies the commission approved a final report which addresses numerous heirs including tips lax security procedures and unaggressive school security policies smells county sheriff Bob Galtieri said the board the board of the old policy on how law enforcement should react an in an active shooter situation. It didn't say that they shall go. In and says, they may go in it's ambiguous at best and misleading. Among the recommendations in the document is for teachers to be allowed to carry guns after going through a selection and training process, which includes a background check. You've probably heard the ads for this one Florida hospital changing their name in central Florida to advocate health, and it also announced he was donating up to a half a million dollars to the homeless impact fund. The money includes a one hundred thousand dollar donation and four hundred thousand. To match other donations. This is on top of a six million dollars donation the hospital made five years ago state legislators world, consider making Florida's secretary state unelected position rather than an appointed position you selected secretaries of state until the constitutional amendment passed back in two thousand three after that only the attorney general agricultural Commissioner chief financial officer were elected supporters of the proposal say adding secretary of state back on that list would avoid conflicts of interests in elections disputes now more than ever it is topical to have an independent person that's directly responsible to man accountable to the voters for our election system before the Senate passed a similar proposal in two thousand seventeen but it never made it past the house. Kevin refused is ninety six point five w speaking of Florida politics, how about this governor Rick Scott will not be sworn in today on Capitol Hill along with the rest of the senators that are coming in. He's actually waiting until next week to serve out the rest of his term as governor Jamie Dupree says that will make him the most junior member of the entire Senate. Governor Rick Scott will be Senator Rick Scott next week. Nonetheless, five twelve on.

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"agricultural commissioner" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

01:40 min | 3 years ago

"agricultural commissioner" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"They were just trying to take the easy way out of everything right there. So again, if you're a democrat in south Florida, anywhere in the state, and for some reason, you don't think that Brenda Snipes needs to go. I love to know why. Because not only is she messing up the whole thing down there. But she also potentially cost you. Yeah. A US Senate seat. Potentially. But if placement. The conventional wisdom seems to be that not all that's going to change from the machine recount placements. Probably going to be the big issue here. That's a big deal. If you're a democrat. At the end of all of this the machine recount part. I think we're still going to go to a Henry Cowan it comes to the agriculture Commissioner race and the US Senate race. And at the end of that, I think the results did the same. Because again was that number. I had here on our handy. What you need to know about the Florida recount page. The most that any race has changed. In terms of a swing of votes in recounts, the two thousand four Washington governor's race a change of twenty two hundred votes, and that's less than the difference of the agricultural Commissioner race, which is the closest one one. Yeah. The US Senate race, which is the next closest one and forget about the governor's race to Santa's the next governor of the state of Florida. You're not you're not swing and thirty three thousand votes, that's not happening. So we are continue to follow all of this. And we'll keep you up to date on the page on the.

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US military service member killed in Somalia attack identified

All News, Traffic and Weather

01:56 min | 4 years ago

US military service member killed in Somalia attack identified

"News time to forty eight we have seventy two degrees right now in boston good afternoon i'm mike macklin top stories we're following now there's been some name calling and talk of a trade war in the wake of the justconcluded g seven summit in canada canadian prime minister justin trudeau says countries will not be bullied by the united states president trump says the prime minister is weak and dishonest police arrest the man they say opened fire at a crowded house body on copeland street in roxbury friday night four people were wounded in that shooting one is said to be in grave condition the suspect police say gunned down a man on a brockton quarter friday is under arrest police say the suspect is from brockton he's facing murder charges a us army soldier killed in somalia has now been identified genetics zander conrad of chandler arizona was killed in friday's attack in southern somalia carried out by al qaeda linked alshabaab extremists the special operations soldier was part of a us advisor team accompanying eight hundred somalian kenyan troops when they came under mortar and small arms fire for other american soldiers were ruined it in the attack staff sergeant chandler was assigned to first battalion third special forces group fort bragg north carolina he joined the army in two thousand ten and had served two tours in afghanistan we martinez abc news washington florida has taking action after a major gun permit controversy in that state florida agricultural commissioner adam putnam is blaming a since fired employee for the granting of three hundred sixty five concealed carry permits to individuals that it gave disqualifying information on their applications he says you can't actually purchase a gun with the permit and a search no one's safety was ever in jeopardy of the three hundred sixty five individuals nine of the individuals that are negligent employees failed to follow up on would have been eligible to purchase a firearm putnam's office.

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