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Arkansas Judge Blocks State From Enforcing Mask Mandate Ban

AP News Radio

00:39 sec | 1 year ago

Arkansas Judge Blocks State From Enforcing Mask Mandate Ban

"An Arkansas judge has temporarily blocked the state from enforcing a law that prevents schools and other governmental agencies from requiring masks Pulaski County circuit judge Tim fox issued a preliminary injunction against the law that Arkansas governor Aissa Hutchinson signed in April the band was being challenged by two lawsuits including one from the Marion school district where nearly nine hundred and fifty staff and students have had to quarantine since classes began last week the district says fifty four students and eleven staff have tested positive for covert nineteen Hutchinson had called a special session for lawmakers to consider rolling back the ban for some schools but faced heavy opposition from fellow Republicans I'm Jennifer king

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Biden Chides Republican Governors Who Resist Vaccine Rules

AP News Radio

00:45 sec | 1 year ago

Biden Chides Republican Governors Who Resist Vaccine Rules

"The president chides Republican governors who are resisting virus mitigation rules at a news conference Tuesday president Joe Biden was critical of Republican governors who are blocking reimposition of mask mandates to slow the delta variant of covert nineteen I say these governors please help but you're going to help at least get out of the way in Arkansas Republican governor Aissa Hutchinson has called the legislature back into session to consider revising the law he signed in April that prohibits mask mandates by schools and other government entities I am supportive of a legislative remedy but in Arizona a science teacher filed a lawsuit trying to block the Phoenix Union High School district from imposing a mask mandate Mike Rossio Washington

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Arkansas Governor Seeks to Lift Ban on School Mask Mandates

AP News Radio

00:45 sec | 1 year ago

Arkansas Governor Seeks to Lift Ban on School Mask Mandates

"Arkansas governor Aissa Hutchinson reinstated a public health emergency because of the corona virus Arkansas has a low vaccination rate and according to Johns Hopkins researchers ranks second in the country for new virus cases per capita there will be no statewide mask mandate imposed by me and the legislature courses made that clear as well governor Hutchinson also will call lawmakers back to the capital possibly next week to consider lifting Arkansas's ban on mask requirements in public schools there's no discussion about restrictions on business mandates on businesses we are wide open in Arkansas we're going to be doing business in Arkansas elections and says they have got to live with the threat of the virus I'm a Donahue

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Arkansas Gov. 'Working Hard' to Overcome Vaccine Hesitancy Amid COVID-19 Surge

AP News Radio

00:56 sec | 1 year ago

Arkansas Gov. 'Working Hard' to Overcome Vaccine Hesitancy Amid COVID-19 Surge

"With covert nineteen vaccination rates plateauing around the country Arkansas's among the states with the lowest vaccination rates and its Republican governor says he's working to end that appearing on ABC's this week with George Stephanopoulos Arkansas governor Aissa Hutchinson says there shouldn't be a partisan divide over whether or not to get vaccinated against covert nineteen clearly conservative is more hesitant about government authority that's just the nature of it and so I think in the southern states in several states you have that more conservative approach Hutchinson says he's fine with president Biden's vaccination push there's nothing dramatic about what the president said in itself no one wants to an agent knocking on a door but we do want those that I do not have access other wise to make sure they know about have the information the Arkansas Republican ads he wants all the help he can get Ben Thomas Washington

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Arkansas governor signs near-total abortion ban into law

AP News Radio

00:53 sec | 1 year ago

Arkansas governor signs near-total abortion ban into law

"Arkansas's governors signed sweeping abortion restrictions into law coming just short of an outright ban under the bill signed by governor Aissa Hutchinson nearly all abortions would be banned in Arkansas the exception being if needed to save the mother's life the governor expressed reservations about not allowing exceptions in cases of rape or incest but since he signed the bill because of its overwhelming legislative support and his long held pro life convictions supporters are hoping the measure will force the issue before the US Supreme Court with the review of the roe versus Wade decision with a belief three new conservative justices would be more open to striking down the landmark decision but opponents are vowing to block the restrictions before they take effect later this year the ACLU of Arkansas is vowing to see the governor in court I'm Jackie Quinn

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Police chief resigns after posting online threats

AP News Radio

00:38 sec | 2 years ago

Police chief resigns after posting online threats

"The police chief in Marshall Arkansas has resigned after posting online threats of violence targeting Democrats the resignation of police chief **** Holland is effective immediately martial merit Kevin Elliott says the city in his words strongly condemns Hollins posts and doesn't support or condone bullying or threats of violence to anyone of any political persuasion Holland was one of several police chiefs and sheriffs in Arkansas who said they would not support governor Aissa Hutchinson statewide facemask requirement aimed at curbing the spread of the corona virus I'm I counted

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"aissa hutchinson" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

01:50 min | 2 years ago

"aissa hutchinson" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"Breaking news this hour from Saddam all dot com or Jeremy house vice president Mike pence in Texas governor Greg Abbott of acknowledged that there's been a rapid rise in the number of coronavirus cases in the Lone Star state in recent weeks after Abbott began allowing businesses to start re opening in early may Abbott again shut down nightclubs and limited restaurant dining a day after Texas reporter record high confirm positive tests of nearly six thousand Arkansas governor Aissa Hutchinson says cases are spiking in his state but he's not reversing course on re opening the economy we haven't announced anything additional we're going to do the we can go into phase three were not going to do that so we are on Paul's own Matt until we make sure that we get a handle our current cases Hutchinson's comments were aired on ABC's this week program another tragic milestone this past Sunday in the corona virus pandemic five hundred thousand deaths worldwide reported telling comes from Johns Hopkins University researchers president trump is directing the federal government to overhaul is hiring to prioritize a job applicant's skills over a college degree treasury secretary Steven Mnuchin says even the new executive order is one of a number of steps the administration is exercising to restore the U. S. economy the full employment level we know how to reopen the economy safely working with Congress we put three trillion dollars and it's beginning to work we see it and we're we're our work is gonna be done until every single one of these jobs is done we know we need a few more tools will go back to Congress next month but we're gonna get everybody back to work the initiative includes a private sector ad campaign led by apple IBM in the nonprofit ad council to promote alternative pathways to education Italy bid farewell to its coronavirus dead on Sunday with the requiem concert performed at the entrance to the cemetery.

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"aissa hutchinson" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

KLIF 570 AM

01:40 min | 2 years ago

"aissa hutchinson" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

"Test the number of cases you did tax is not the sum total of the infections that use that you have throughout the community and so if you test twenty five thousand people in your positivity rate remains stable then you can double the testing capacity you're probably double the tasks not really anything that you that would be unexpected there are now more than two and a half million confirmed cases of the corona virus in the U. S. in more than one hundred twenty five thousand people have died Texas governor Greg Abbott has re close bars after initially re opening them Austin mayor Steve Adler says what else you'd like to see from the governor I think we do need more I think that people they can needs start staying at home the governor says that but but people don't hear the governor's much so they see the orders that he comes out with which is why we are the one intended to mandate the use of face coverings in this and I think that would be one of the most important things that that that he could do right now Arkansas governor Aissa Hutchinson says will encourage people to wear face masks in public but will make it mandatory statewide the house votes tomorrow distracted a bomb a care the patient protection affordable care enhancement act comes to the floor as the trump administration continues its efforts in court to strike down the remaining portions of the affordable Care Act or obamacare representative David Cicilline he says this is exactly the wrong time for the administration to be doing that in the middle of a global health pandemic more than forty million Americans have filed for unemployment a hundred twenty thousand Americans have died and more than two and a quarter million have been infected with this virus the bill aims to lower healthcare and prescription drug costs and protect patients with pre existing conditions Linda Kenyon Washington.

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"aissa hutchinson" Discussed on Liberty Talk FM

Liberty Talk FM

02:40 min | 2 years ago

"aissa hutchinson" Discussed on Liberty Talk FM

"With nineteen the democratic candidate takes swipes at the handling of the pandemic in virtual event with state county and municipal employees union workers vice president Biden took aim at the trump administration's handling of the corona virus pandemic you should be in a position where you have all the protective equipment you need you should have testing and tracing available the present still hasn't even done that for god's sake this is almost criminal the way which he's handled this White House senior adviser Kevin Hassett told fox's America's newsroom the covert nineteen pandemic is not over I spoke directly with doctor birds this morning about this and there are some members flaring up in a few places if you look at the data for Arizona or South Carolina right now you know there's some cause for concern in Washington Mike Emanuel fox news of Arkansas one of the handful around the country sing into spike in cases have increased seven hundred thirty one cases in the last twenty four hours and it yes that's the largest increase we've had in both in community cases in total cases since this pandemic began that brings us to a total of eleven thousand five hundred forty seven cases governor Aissa Hutchinson who says over two hundred of the state's cases are in prisons Mexico's health ministry reporting over five thousand new cases of the virus that's a one day record a federal judge ordering the city of Seattle to not use tear gas pepper spray or flash bang devices to disperse peaceful protesters for two weeks you are coming after us to buy black lives matter the mayor and police chief have apologized the police chief says some protesters have violently targeted police America is listening to fox news the land now the lands of liberty here is how incredible a veterinarian in Massachusetts is turning how women react when they're shown photographs of their children and their dogs she hopes to find out whether mothers love their dogs as much as their children like millions of Americans my dog is a treasured family member and reliable companion so why does that relationship requires scientific study the meant a three hundred and seventy thousand dollars for it if federal administrators would look through the lens of Labor Day before giving out millions of dollars worth of these silly grants it would realize the source of the money it comes from the taxes of hard working Americans who already know without a government study how.

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Arkansas logs 731 new virus cases, a new daily high

Todd Schnitt

00:28 sec | 2 years ago

Arkansas logs 731 new virus cases, a new daily high

"Arkansas one of the handful around the country sing into spike in cases we have increased seven hundred thirty one cases in the last twenty four hours and that yes that's the largest increase we've had in both in community cases in total cases since this pandemic began that brings us to a total of eleven thousand five hundred forty seven cases governor Aissa Hutchinson who says over two hundred of the state's cases are in prisons

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"aissa hutchinson" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

01:39 min | 2 years ago

"aissa hutchinson" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"Is a crowded pool party in lake of the Ozarks Missouri people completely disregarding physical distancing and face coverings the same day Arkansas governor Aissa Hutchinson announced several people in that state contracted covert nineteen from a pool party those kinds of scenes played out across the country in North Dakota governor Doug Burgum urged residents said this isn't about politics if someone is wearing a mask they're not doing it to represent what political party the inner what candidates they support they might be doing it because they've got a five year old child who's been going through cancer treatments experts remind us re opening the economy comes with responsibility on everyone's part I'm Jim American settled for smaller perceptions and online tributes instead of parades Monday as they observe Memorial Day in the shadow of the covert nineteen pandemic I'm only a Francis the Brazilian study about us has been hit so hard by the virus pandemic workers have had to dig mass graves for all of its victims correspondent Nick Paton Walsh is that what startling to see the volume of that we were in I see you here yesterday which was packed I have to say this is so far off from the rest of Brazil pretty much everything that comes here have to be flown in is disconnected from the rest of the country but that hasn't stopped I made at times the poverty here the disease ravaging through this population I have to say standing here and still watching the coffins turning up it is a shocking sight about what might come as the tickets and the we call to head to president trump is threatening to pull the Republican National Convention out of North Carolina if the state's democratic governor doesn't immediately signed off on allowing a full capacity gathering in August despite the ongoing corona virus pandemic.

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"aissa hutchinson" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

77WABC Radio

01:41 min | 2 years ago

"aissa hutchinson" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

"And providing peer to peer support to win this race we all have to do it together our hearts beat as one is it hard thirty instead start your morning at six in the New York at age two and cheating and seven seventy seventy seven W. C. now this report corona virus update the unofficial start to summer has gotten off to a slow start in the northeast amid the pandemic in due to rainy weather New York governor Andrew Cuomo reminded people how important it is to wear a face covering I'm telling you those masks can save your life those masks can save another person's life in Arkansas governor Aissa Hutchinson says his state is seeing a second pecan cove in nineteen cases nearly thirty days since the state's first peak that's the point I want to emphasize is that it's clear and evident to me that we have one P. and then we've had a deep dip and they were having a snack at peak testers turned out in California state capital yesterday they were demonstrating against their governors stay at home orders with a sign flying over saying end his tyranny Zach ABC traffic.

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"aissa hutchinson" Discussed on AM 1590 WCGO

AM 1590 WCGO

01:43 min | 2 years ago

"aissa hutchinson" Discussed on AM 1590 WCGO

"Police and several airlines today announced new safety policies they hope will convince Americans to fly again says correspondent Pete Muntean knighted airlines just announced it will partner with Clorox and the Cleveland Clinic to guide its health practices jet blue has said it will now keep planes less full through July sixth United and JetBlue are the latest to come up with these policies in the absence of requirements for the federal government secretary of state Mike Pompeii today continuing the administration's criticism of China's handling of the corona virus China's commerce party's response to the cover nineteen outbreak in Wuhan have accelerated are more realistic understanding of communist China the party chose to destroy a live virus samples instead of sharing them are asking us to help secure them one player told reporters China should have asked for help as soon as the virus hit on Christopher Cruz the parade of governors getting a White House visit with president trump continued today as he focuses on economic activity it's another in a series of meetings the president is having to support governors from both parties reopening plans Arkansas governor Aissa Hutchinson is allowing bars and restaurants to open he never did issue any statewide stayed home directive attention is focusing his state's testing capabilities on nursing homes Democrat Laura Kelly of Kansas where the rest of the school year was canceled immediately as the U. S. outbreak started loosening restrictions on gathering places where social distancing can be practiced including theaters for Kansas that amounts to phase two of the federal guidelines issued a month ago but Costantini Washington one hundred six thousand new cases of the coronavirus infection reported in the past twenty four hours worldwide that's the highest one day total since the pandemic was declared the Dow.

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"aissa hutchinson" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

01:51 min | 2 years ago

"aissa hutchinson" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"Special report coronavirus update president trump is defending his use of a malaria drug that some health experts warn can cause heart problems you have to go to a doctor I have a doctor in the White House has said what do you think that is just a line of defense I'm just talking about is a line of defense I'm dealing with a lot of people look at all the people in the room you know I'm the president and I'm dealing with a lot of people and it's a very inexpensive drug it's it's almost pennies Arkansas governor Aissa Hutchinson says public events are being held even as a number of coronavirus cases in the state rises even in that concert venue which were so delighted to have social distancing was important the the screening of the gasket came man and so we've got to learn to live with that but we're going to focus on rebuilding that this economy that is so critical to us as well as the safety side losses today on Wall Street the Dow Jones industrial average fell almost four hundred points the S. and P. five hundred closed on thirty one the nasdaq off by fifty points I'm in Kate's New York state continues to tackle the covert nineteen outbreak when you look at the corona virus figures across New York City today it's roughly where things were at on March twenty sixth when the steep climb up the peak began in earnest number of new cases this is an important number that we track down again three hundred and thirty five governor Cuomo said the daily death rate continue to drop significantly for the fourth day in a row down to one hundred and five on Monday but it's still painfully high Albany in the state's capital region met the seven benchmarks necessary for the first phase of re opening which will begin on Wednesday Steve casting down New York Johnson's baby powder will no longer be sold in the U. S. and Canada the Johnson and Johnson product faces nearly twenty thousand lawsuit claiming it caused ovarian cancer and mesothelioma J. and J. says the baby powder discontinuation only affects North America where demand has been declining.

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"aissa hutchinson" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

01:54 min | 2 years ago

"aissa hutchinson" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"Dealing with a lot of people look at all the people in the room you know I'm the president and I'm dealing with a lot of people and it's a very expensive drug it's it's almost pennies Arkansas governor Aissa Hutchinson says public events are being held even as a number of coronavirus cases in the state rises even in that concert venue which were so delighted to have social distancing was important the the screening of the gas that came man and so we've got to learn to live with that but we're going to focus on rebuilding that this economy that is so critical to us as well as the safety side losses today on Wall Street the Dow Jones industrial average fell almost four hundred points the S. and P. five hundred closed down thirty one the nasdaq off by fifty points I'm in Kate's the York state continues to tackle the covert nineteen outbreak when you look at the corona virus figures across New York state today it's roughly where things were at on March twenty sixth when the steep climb up the peak began in earnest number of new cases this is an important number that we track down again three hundred and thirty five governor Cuomo said the daily death rate continue to drop significantly for the fourth day in a row down to one hundred and five on Monday but it's still painfully high Albany in the state's capital region met the seven benchmarks necessary for the first phase of re opening which will begin on Wednesday Steve casting down New York Johnson's baby powder will no longer be sold in the U. S. and Canada the Johnson and Johnson product faces nearly twenty thousand lawsuit claiming it caused ovarian cancer mesothelioma J. and J. says the baby powder discontinuation only affects North America where demand has been declining I'm in case it's time to check the roads from the to have a sponsored by express pros dot com crash injuries north bound ninety five at Galleria.

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"aissa hutchinson" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

01:50 min | 2 years ago

"aissa hutchinson" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Why I'm filling in for Smokey to switch things up because there's a lot more to say and I should know because my grandfather was a firefighter and one of the things he told me is that the people that love the outdoors the most are often the ones accidentally starting wildfires which means always B. Y. O. B. no bring your own bucket to the campfire and be extra careful with things like burning yard trimmings don't just walk away our chances are you might be starting a wildfire so for the love of the outdoors go to Smokey bear dot com to learn more about wildfire prevention brought to you by the U. S. Forest Service your state forester and the ad council now the news special report coronavirus update some of the states hit hardest by the covert nineteen pandemic are loosening restrictions this weekend with an eye on the upcoming Memorial Day weekend but new infections continue to pop up things are seeing their daily number of new coronavirus cases rise like Texas South Dakota and Arkansas or governor Aissa Hutchinson had initially planned to move to a face to opening Monday there are a lot of good indicators in Arkansas but we still want to be careful as we continue to look for ways to lift up some of these restrictions in Washington I'm Karen K. five of Florida based healthcare system says more than thirty five thousand coronavirus tests performed by a third party labs are unreliable former president Obama criticized some U. S. leaders overseeing the pandemic response in online commencement speech for college graduates I never and I'm Susanna Palmer in the Bloomberg news room in New York the latest death toll.

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"aissa hutchinson" Discussed on 790 KABC

790 KABC

04:20 min | 2 years ago

"aissa hutchinson" Discussed on 790 KABC

"Coronavirus update the number of covert nineteen cases in Arkansas continues to rise even at the state works on re opening governor Aissa Hutchinson what I look at is hospitalizations which is still one of the lowest in the country at less than one hundred I look at the number of cases but more importantly the testing that we're doing in our positivity rate and that is still very low so that a lot of good indicators in Arkansas but we still want to be careful parts of New York are starting to get up and running once again governor Andrew Cuomo says residents still need to be vigilant we're right about where we were when we started we just don't want to make sure we don't go back to the hell that we've gone through and when we talk about re opening that's a discussion we have half the state now in terms of regions which is now in the process of re opening there but eighty eight thousand U. S. deaths I'm in Kate's house Republicans say they won't restore controversial members responsibilities house minority leader Kevin McCarthy says he did not tell Steve king that he would be exonerated and reinstated to the committee assignments he was removed from last year congressman king's comments cannot be exonerated I never said that king's controversial statements about white supremacy in western civilization led to the Iowa Republicans removal committee assignments are decided by the steering committee you have the opportunity to make his case talking to members on the steering committee at I think you get the same answer that he got before Steve king is in a primary fight in Iowa for his house seat Linda Kenyon Washington comedic actor Fred Willard featured in classic films such as this is spinal tap best in show an anchorman has died he was eighty six his daughter says Wheeler died peacefully well it was a four time Emmy nominee for his role in what's hot what's not everybody loves Raymond modern family and the bold and the beautiful I'm in Kate's just write talk radio seven ninety ABC news at two oh two I'm Steve coming mark corona deaths to report there were forty seven covert thank team related fatalities yesterday in Los Angeles county and another one thousand twenty seven cases reported LA county public health director Barbara fair says increased numbers are inspected as safer at home guidelines continue to be relaxed also yesterday for more people died in Orange County and another one hundred fifty eight cases were reported a new official autopsy report says all nine victims of last January's Calabasas helicopter crash that killed Kobe Bryant died of blunt trauma the report says the pilot did not have drugs or alcohol in his system at the time the aircraft crashed the national transportation safety board continues to look into the cause of that crash races will again be run at Santa Anita Park today the first weekend of racing has been held in nearly two months jockeys and employees will be fitted with masks and color coded bracelets one of many health and safety protocols of the LA county health department the track is observing K. A. B. C. socal weather mostly sunny this afternoon with highs from the upper sixties to mid seventies at the beaches to the lower eighties inland wetland hills is eighty two degrees Hawthorne is seventy four downtown has eighty we're monitoring developments in the corona virus pandemic twenty four seven to keep you informed I'm Steve coming talk radio seven ninety KABC now look at K. A. B. C. traffic K. A. B. C.'s available traffic right now five southbound you have Caltrans working in the right hand lane on the south five from grand Davis did it did in Indiana they had just a little bit on the five southbound right at that minute Deanna stalled vehicle has one of the left hand lanes tied up and then you have a multi vehicle crash blocking the lake would Rosemead offramp away from the five southbound expects slight delays that's dependable traffic I'm Mike Morris Sam seven ninety KABC hi it's Clark fielding let's be honest sometimes we find ourselves or a loved one dealing with a massive injury caused by a terrible accident through no fault of our own sometimes it's simply being in the wrong place at the wrong time and we're traumatized shell shocked and maybe even riding in an ambulance for the very first time guys just like you prepare for earthquakes and fires I want you to prepare in case you are involved in.

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"aissa hutchinson" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

01:57 min | 2 years ago

"aissa hutchinson" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"Cumulus stations news now special report coronavirus update the number of covert nineteen cases in Arkansas continues to rise even at the state works on re opening governor Aissa Hutchinson what I look at is hospitalizations which is still one of the lowest in the country at less than one hundred I look at the number of cases but more importantly the testing they were doing in our positivity rate and that is still very low so that a lot of good indicators in Arkansas but we still want to be careful parts of New York are starting to get up and running once again governor Andrew Cuomo says residents still need to be vigilant we're right about where we were when we started we just don't want to make sure we don't go back to the hell that we've gone through and when we talk about re opening that's the discussion we have half the state now in terms of regions which is now in the process of re opening their fifth eighty eight thousand U. S. deaths I'm in Kate's house Republicans say they won't restore controversial members responsibilities house minority leader Kevin McCarthy says he did not tell Steve king that he would be exonerated and reinstated to the committee assignments he was removed from last year congressman king's comments cannot be exonerated I never said that king's controversial statements about white supremacy in western civilization led to the Iowa Republicans removal committee assignments are decided by the steering committee you have the opportunity to make his case talking to members on the steering committee at I think you get the same answer that he got before Steve king is in a primary fight in Iowa for his house seat Linda Kenyon Washington comedic actor Fred Willard featured in classic films such as this is spinal tap best in show an anchorman has died he was eighty six his daughter says Wheeler died peacefully well it was a four time Emmy nominee for his role in what's hot what's not everybody loves Raymond modern family and the bold and the beautiful I mean.

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"aissa hutchinson" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

01:57 min | 2 years ago

"aissa hutchinson" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"I need to get up and running once again governor Andrew Cuomo says residents still need to be vigilant we're right about where we were when we started we just don't want to make sure we don't go back to the hell that we've gone through and when we talk about re opening that's the discussion we have half the state now in terms of regions which is now in the process of re opening the number of cult in nineteen cases in Arkansas continues to rise even as the state works on re opening governor Aissa Hutchinson what I look at is hospitalizations which is still one of the lowest in the country at less than one hundred I look at the number of cases but more importantly the testing that we're doing our positivity rate and that is still very low so there's a lot of good indicators in Arkansas but we still want to be careful I'm in Kate's house Republicans have no appetite for restoring a controversial members responsibilities house minority leader Kevin McCarthy says he did not tell Steve king that he would be exonerated and reinstated to the committee assignments he was removed from last year congressman king's comments cannot be exonerated I never said that king's controversial statements about white supremacy in western civilization led to the Iowa Republicans removal committee assignments are decided by the steering committee and you'll have the opportunity to make his case talking to members on the steering committee that I think you get the same answer that he got before Steve king isn't a primary fight in Iowa for his house seat Linda Kenyon Washington president trump has fired state department inspector general Steve Lennix the latest in a series of dismissals of independent government watchdogs the president in a letter to house speaker Nancy Pelosi said he never no longer had full confidence in letting the termination will take place in thirty days unless Congress intervenes I'm in caves if your retirement plan is on set.

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"aissa hutchinson" Discussed on News Radio WGOW

News Radio WGOW

01:58 min | 2 years ago

"aissa hutchinson" Discussed on News Radio WGOW

"G. O. W. at Chattanooga special report coronavirus update parts of New York are starting to get up and running once again governor Andrew Cuomo says residents still need to be vigilant we're right about where we were when we started we just don't want to make sure we don't go back to the hell that we've gone through and when we talk about re opening that's a discussion we have half the state now in terms of regions which is now in the process of re opening the number of culvert nineteen cases in Arkansas continues to rise even as the state works on reopening governor Aissa Hutchinson what I look at is hospitalizations which is still one of the lowest in the country at less than one hundred I look at the number of cases but more importantly the testing that we're doing our positivity rate and that is still very low so there's a lot of good indicators in Arkansas but we still want to be careful I'm in Kate's house Republicans have no appetite for restoring a controversial members responsibilities house minority leader Kevin McCarthy says he did not tell Steve king that he would be exonerated and reinstated to the committee assignments he was removed from last year congressman king's comments cannot be exonerated I never said that king's controversial statements about white supremacy in western civilization led to the Iowa Republicans removal committee assignments are decided by the steering committee can you have the opportunity to make his case talking to members on the steering committee at I think you get the same answer that he got before Steve king isn't a primary fight in Iowa for his house seat Linda Kenyon Washington president trump has fired state department inspector general Steve Lennix the latest in a series of dismissals of independent government watchdogs the president in a letter to house speaker Nancy Pelosi said he never no longer had full confidence in Lenexa the termination will take place in thirty days unless Congress intervenes I'm in Kate's.

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Coronavirus updates: Many states easing restrictions today

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:19 sec | 2 years ago

Coronavirus updates: Many states easing restrictions today

"Update the majority of US states thirty five of them are easing restrictions some allowing people to go back to malls and movie theaters many to restaurants as well re openings are causing fears of a second wave of coronavirus Arkansas governor Aissa Hutchinson said his state is keeping many restrictions in place entry

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These Eight States Have Yet to Issue a Stay-at-Home Order Amid Coronavirus Pandemic

Rush Limbaugh

00:35 sec | 2 years ago

These Eight States Have Yet to Issue a Stay-at-Home Order Amid Coronavirus Pandemic

"Several state governors are still refusing to enact widespread stay at home orders the governors of Iowa Nebraska North Dakota South Dakota Wyoming Utah and South Carolina have been resisting calls issue statewide stay at home orders people are also moving freely in Arkansas governor Aissa Hutchinson told NBC's meet the press his status following guidance on social distancing in facemask those are some of the things we're doing will do more as we need to listing to our public health officials president trump says in some cases his administration would intervene if a state had a massive

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"aissa hutchinson" Discussed on 600 WREC

600 WREC

02:38 min | 2 years ago

"aissa hutchinson" Discussed on 600 WREC

"County twenty and Marshall thirty five over in in tip accounting in Arkansas eight hundred and nineteen cases confirmed as of yesterday and also now according to the governor of Arkansas it looks like people traveling from out of state are now banned from staying in hotels short stay rentals it's cetera he's issued that and this is from governor Aissa Hutchinson and also schools will be closed till at least April seventeenth restaurants and bars rest to close except carry on indoor facilities like gyms or asked to close for all nonessential functions and that's kind of a round up of what is happening in the mid south in other news let's talk a bit about that some other news out there this morning and of course Easter's coming up it's a Holy Week where the Good Friday and with Easter and many churches are planning to have online services also the Jewish community Passover services a lot of this is now going to be essentially state at home back down on the roads this morning standing totally driving in very few people out on the roads basically I guess for the essential services making their shift changing thank you first responders thank you medical field and thank you folks that are working in the retail stores are grocery stores to make sure everything is still running as smoothly as it as it can you're almost kind of our buffer zone between being the United States and being chaotic Venezuela thank you for what you do to keep us rolling on thank you imagine in the meantime this is the shocking thing in the meantime Mr got shootings going on in the city three teens are now going to fox thirteen behind bars after shooting at a car and then leading Memphis police on a pursuit two sixteen year old and nineteen year old Martavis Cole were arrested Saturday after they fired shots in the area of mount Moriah Memphis police were looking and just driving through in a parking lot located on mount Moriah when they heard shots fired about eight thirty Saturday night saw silver car leaving the area very quickly another car driven by the victim pulled in the parking lot advise officers.

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"aissa hutchinson" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

01:35 min | 2 years ago

"aissa hutchinson" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"Oh one fox nation clean up but keep your distance what people in Jonesborough Arkansas are doing today after a tornado tore through yesterday causing significant damage to homes businesses even a local mall six people suffered minor injuries Arkansas has more than four hundred covert nineteen cases at least five deaths yesterday governor Aissa Hutchinson signed a law establishing a rainy day funds for coronavirus expenses Arizona's governor did the same Arizona governor Doug Ducey signs a stripped down emergency state budget Saturday that as fifty million dollars in spending to help tenants homeowners and small businesses whether the coronavirus crisis the spending plan worth eleven point eight billion dollars is for the fiscal year that starts July first Republicans and Democrats with the rare bipartisan effort providing protection to people so they can't be kicked out of their homes during the crisis it also allows for services for the homeless help for small businesses and pay for food bank operations longer welfare payments and a waiver from work requirements the extra money to cover the costs come from the state's rainy day fund C. J. pop up fox news no tourists no traffic and allow for some sprucing up it one landmark intersection breathwork is repainting the crosswalk outside Abbey Road recording studios here in London taking advantage of a dramatic drop in visitor numbers amid.

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"aissa hutchinson" Discussed on AP News

AP News

10:13 min | 2 years ago

"aissa hutchinson" Discussed on AP News

"Republican governor Aissa Hutchinson of Arkansas went before a panel of state GOP lawmakers Monday to defend his decision to continue accepting you refugees Hutchinson told the lawmakers fewer than 50 refugees are likely to be resettled in Washington County under his decision Arkansas is one of 42 states that have said they will continue to accept refugees in the wake of a trump administration order issued last September giving state and local governments the authority of refusal on Friday Republican governor Greg Abbott of Texas said his date will be the first under trump's order to no longer accept new refugees hi Mike Crossey of

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Arkansas governor defends decision to accept new refugees

AP News Radio

00:36 sec | 2 years ago

Arkansas governor defends decision to accept new refugees

"Republican governor Aissa Hutchinson of Arkansas went before a panel of state GOP lawmakers Monday to defend his decision to continue accepting you refugees Hutchinson told the lawmakers fewer than fifty refugees are likely to be resettled in Washington County under his decision Arkansas is one of forty two states that have said they will continue to accept refugees in the wake of a trump administration order issued last September giving state and local governments the authority of refusal on Friday Republican governor Greg Abbott of Texas said his date will be the first under trump's order to no longer accept new refugees hi Mike Crossey of

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"aissa hutchinson" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

05:46 min | 3 years ago

"aissa hutchinson" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Is a position familiar to Arkansas's Republican governor Aissa Hutchinson who previously served on the house Judiciary Committee when he was in Congress he eventually became an impeachment manager in the case against former president Bill Clinton and the governor joins us on the line this morning governor thanks for being here good to be with you David I just might take you back in time for a moment to to listen to part of your opening statement in a Judiciary Committee hearing on the Clinton impeachment inquiry in nineteen ninety eight the sight of no president no political party and no member of Congress merits the slow unraveling of the fabric of our constitutional structure as John Adams said we are a nation of laws not of man it's just the gravity of a moment like this I think it can you just talk to me regardless of party about what it feels like to to be part of a process like this to confront a president to to discuss whether to overturn the will of voters was extraordinary responsibility and as it moves into the stationary committee in Washington I think that responsibility and the seriousness of the moment it will be reflected I hope it will be reflected is certainly was twenty years ago and all of a sudden instead of having hearings in which you have witnesses you have debates here you actually have vote and the vote that you cast goes down in history and and whatever you've only had what three impeachment proceedings in American history you understand that this is something you're going to be judged by and I think that awesome moment will set the and and will cause people to reflect and I know that twenty years ago you know we did not come out of the Judiciary Committee with all of the expected votes there were two articles of impeachment that were actually defeated in committee and I think it reflects that to everybody looked at it individually in with seriousness and hopefully that will be reflected there's a goes into consideration the Judiciary Committee this year yes what is your part in the in the days of Clinton peach I mean you you laid out the obstruction of justice case against the president Democrats are considering the same now against president trump I mean the house intelligence chair Adam Schiff talked about witnesses the president has prevented from testifying documents that the White House has refused to turn over how strong is the Democrats obstruction case today I don't see it at all and the one that challenges the is that twenty years ago you had an independent counsel that presented a thorough investigative report that they'd spent you know over a year on this case you don't have any outside counsel that did the investigative work you had it through the intelligence committee and so the record is not nearly as established as it was twenty years ago and so I think there's a lot of challenges if you wanted to proceed further into obstruction that that's you know the abuse of office the facts around the call you know that's one element but if you get into a structure and that is a very high bar to prove and I think they would that have very difficult time and being able to show a show that and convince the American public that that serious well it's it's interesting you bring up a special counsel I mean in this case you did have Robert Muller who who spent a very long time looking at the whole Russia issue and Democrats are reportedly debating whether to include an obstruction charge related to the president's actions during the Muller investigations wanna play a little bit of the special counsel when he announced his findings this early this year yes we had had come confidence that the president clearly did not commit a crime we would have said so we did not however make a determination as to whether the president did commit a crime it sounded to many like Muller was essentially saying I mean handing the question to lawmakers of whether there might have been a crime committed by the president in in the case of of the Russia affairs would Democrats be wiser to pursue that as opposed to obstruction vis a vis Ukraine well the problem is that the American public has closed the book on the model report although to be reopened if Democrats decided to go that route goodness sure they could if they could re open that they can do that they could draft articles article of impeachment on that point and would be a strong case potentially and given what we heard from all no I don't think you would be at a holder you've got a a special counsel that concludes the evidence is not sufficient to conclude that there was obstruction of that's a pretty weak start whenever you talk about removing a president from office but we gear and more importantly you've got to have the American public by internet you gotta lay a foundation I haven't done that if you're going to include part of the mall will report it should have been brought into the hearings that have been conducted most recently and laying a foundation for may have done that because they have they have they have suppose they have the opportunity to do it now is is this process moves forward and that that's something report of the eight they are debating so much more to talk about the right of time this morning governor ace the Hutchinson is the Republican governor of Arkansas thank so much thank you good to be with you US immigration authorities are continuing to deport Iraqis despite the turmoil of anti government demonstrations in that country many of those Iraqis in the U. S. legally but not American citizens came to the U. S. as children as in Pierce generar for ports most arriving a rock without the documents or the skills to get by.

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