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06:28 min | 1 year ago

"andrea sears" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

"More makers nebraska leaning on older residents now to help fund the state's economic recovery last week governor mark gordon signed. Lb sixty four into law which begins the process of phasing out state taxes on social security benefits taught stupid deck with aarp. Nebraska says the move will help nebraska's live their retirement years independently and with dignity. And he says every dollar going back into nebraska's pockets will be spent locally on necessities and that's going to be a huge economic impact especially at a time in which we're coming back from co ed and it's important that we're supporting our local economies so i think this will be a huge economic driver in our state these tax dollars getting back into our systems stoop index says nebraska age fifty and older account for fifty six cents of every dollar in consumer spending in the state in part because many have moved past year spent saving for retirement and generate fifty billion dollars in economic activity after some lawmakers voiced concerns about lost revenue. Lb sixty four was revised to cut just half of state taxes over the next five years. Lawmakers will need to pass additional legislation to phase out the remaining share by twenty thirty. I'm eric callous. National public radio reports. Texas governor greg. Abbott says he intends to withhold paychecks to state lawmakers that after house democrats staged a walkout to block voting restrictions proposed by their republican counterparts. A large group of democrats walked out of the house chamber austin late. Sunday said there was no quorum and that prevented a vote on the proposal and pr reports. Bill which had appeared poised for passage would cut back poli hours reduce access to mail in voting and give more authority to partisan poll-watchers falling rights advocates say the other provisions in the bill would make voting more difficult in texas and online tool from the institute for women's policy research makes the case that ending reproductive-health restrictions is good for women and good for business more than five hundred bills restricting or banning abortions have been introduced a cost forty six states so far this year but according to alexis mcgill johnson with the planned parenthood federation of america. The data showed that if all state level abortion restrictions were eliminated than half million women would enter workforce annual earnings for all women would increase by an average of more than sixteen hundred dollars a year. We know at the national level. The state level abortion restrictions cost hundred and five billion dollars per year by reducing labor force participation earnings. The research shows if all abortion restrictions were lifted. The estimated earnings increase for working women in new york state would be more than four billion dollars. I'm andrea sears. Reporting this is pms. You're struggling with your mortgage. You think about it all the time. What are we going to do if we lose the house. It's time to stop thinking and start dialing. Call one eight nine nine five hope for free government program that offers expert one on one advice about your mortgage options. We've helped over a million homeowners and we want to help you call one eight eight eight nine nine five hope or visit making home. Affordable dot gov brought to you by the us treasury hud and the ad council. Did you know that birthday parties. Help build confidence in kids. Yeah did you know that giving kids less sugar before bedtime helps them sleep better. Oh totally did you know that friendly kids have more friends. Everybody knows that. Hey guys did you know that. Most people think they're using the right car seat for their kid but they're not. I didn't know that parents who really know it. All know for sure that their child is in the right car seat at the right age and size visit safercar dot gov slash therightseat to make sure your child is protected brought to you by the national highway traffic safety administration and the ad council. Can you tell if these vegetables are being contaminated with bacteria that could cause paralysis. Listen you can't see it either. Use different cutting boards so that the bacteria in raw meats and seafood and their juices doesn't touch prep services for other foods like veggies. Raw food may contain bacteria that can make you very sick or worse. Roughly three thousand americans will die from food poisoning this year. But you can keep your family safer check your steps at foodsafety dot gov brought to you by the usda hhs and the ad council dear. Smokey bear for teaching us how to prevent wildfires. For seventy years. Outdoor lovers would like to say something. Happy seventieth bigeye. Let's bring it in for a bear hug. Come up for safety tips. Visit smokybear dot com brought to you by the us forest service your state forester and the ad council. Join me as i prepare. A collection of cherished past generation watch recipes for disaster at foodsafety dot. Gov you'll learn the right steps as maria. Does everything wrong brought to you by the. Usda hhs and the ad council. Here's a look at weather from the heartland news feed weather center. Tuesday isolated showers otherwise. Mostly cloudy the high. Near seventy three tuesday night scattered showers otherwise. Mostly cloudy with a low around fifty eight wednesday cloudy with thunderstorms likely in the afternoon. High near sixty nine. That's the latest weather checkup more news and weather on our website at heartland newsfeed dot com. The ad council says the. Psa's will shift focus to a new character named little brian. He's the boy whose family caused the fire in the first place and he's grappling with crippling guilt over smokey's death is the an-and news network. Now live from the studios of freedoms phoenix ernest. Hancock believe me. When i say we have a difficult time ahead of but if we are to be prepared for it we must i shed our fear of it. I stand here without fear. Because i remember i remember that i am here. Not because of the path that lies before me. 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"andrea  sears" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

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03:45 min | 1 year ago

"andrea sears" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

"Third talk twenty one a forty year battle to close the indian point. Nuclear power plant came to an end last week. As last of his three reactors was permanently. Shut down on friday indian. Point was once the single largest source of electric power in the state but its presence on the banks of the hudson river. Just twenty five miles. North of new york city has long raised safety and environmental concerns the first reactor shutdown in one thousand nine hundred seventy four the second just last year. Liz moran with the new york public interest research group calls the final closure a huge victory. This plant poses a major threat. To new yorkers actually the over menti workers who live in or work in the new york metropolitan area critics of the closure one the loss of a carbon free source of power will increase. New york's reliance on natural gas at a time when the state is seeking to cut emissions from fossil fuels. I'm andrea sears. Reporting a new program aims to help staff at homeless shelters better care for their. Lgbtq plus clients more than that from suzanne potter experts from the equality california institute have offered lgbtq plus diversity equity and inclusion training to medical professionals for six years. But now they've expanded to include the staffs of programs that serve people who are homeless easy bandera who teaches the one hour program via zoom. Says the key is to place people in the housing where they feel most at ease. But if you have someone telling you they're transgender women. She might feel more comfortable in shelter with manner. She might feel more comfortable shelter with women so really giving you folks agency to decide where they feel most comfortable. The training teachers the correct terminology and bandera says it emphasizes the fact that transgender people are not more threatening than anyone else and are more likely to be victims of aggression rene evans with an organization called only kindness that works on rapid rehousing and eldorado county says. The program taught her staff not to avoid the topic of gender identity and more north carolina employers of changed their time off policies to include sick leave related to covid nineteen but low income workers and those industries considered essential. Still less likely to have paid leave. That's according to the north carolina justice center kathy culture with north carolina institute of medicine. We've had these think demographic shifts in the last decade so that most children in north carolina are cared for by parents who are working outside the home state. Lawmakers are considering the nc paid family. Leave act and healthy families healthy workplace act which requires employers to offer paid family and medical leave insurance and allow workers to earn a minimum number of paid sick days. This is p. ns. Kenneth your struggling with your mortgage. You think about it all the time. What are we going to do if we lose the house. It's time to stop thinking and start dialing call one eight eight eight nine nine five hope for free government program that offers expert one advice about your mortgage options. We've helped over a million homeowners and we want to help you. Call one eight eight nine nine five hope or visit makinghomeaffordable dot gov brought to you by the us treasury hud and the ad council. Did you know that birthday parties. Help build confidence in kids. Yeah did you know that giving kids less sugar before bedtime helps them sleep better. Oh totally. did you know that friendly kids have more friends. Everybody knows that. Hey guys did you know that. Most people think they're using the right car seat for their kid but they're not. I didn't know that..

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"andrea  sears" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

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06:18 min | 1 year ago

"andrea sears" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

"A forty year battle to closed the indian point. Nuclear power plant came to an end last week. As last of his three reactors was permanently. Shut down on. friday indian. Point was once the single largest source of electric power in the state but its presence on the banks of the hudson river. Just twenty five miles. North of new york city has long raised safety and environmental concerns the first reactor shut down in one thousand. Nine hundred seventy four the second just last year. Liz moran with the new york public interest research group calls the final closure a huge victory. This plant pose a major threat. To new yorkers the over mentally really yorkers who live in or work in the new york metropolitan area critics of the closure one the loss of a carbon free source of power will increase. New york's reliance on natural gas at a time when the state is seeking to cut emissions from fossil fuels. I'm andrea sears. Reporting a new program aims to help staff at homeless shelters better care for their. Lgbtq plus clients more than that from suzanne potter experts from the equality california institute have offered lgbtq plus diversity equity and inclusion training to medical professionals for six years. But now they've expanded to include the staffs of programs that serve people who are homeless kandara who teaches the one hour program via zoom says. The key is to place people in the housing where they feel most at ease. But if you have someone telling you they're transgender. Women might feel more comfortable in shelter with men or she might feel more comfortable and shelter with women so really giving folks agency to decide where they feel most comfortable. The training teachers the correct terminology and bandera says it emphasizes the fact that transgender people are not more threatening than anyone else and are more likely to be victims of aggression rene evans with an organization called only kindness that works on rapid rehousing in el dorado county says. The program taught her staff not to avoid the topic of gender identity and more north con employers have changed their time off policies to include sick leave related to covid nineteen but low income workers and those industries considered essential are still less likely to have paid leave. That's according to the north carolina. Justice center kathy colville with north carolina institute of medicine had they think demographic shifts in the last decade so that most children in north carolina are cared for by parents who are working outside the home state. Lawmakers are considering the nc paid family. Leave act and the healthy families healthy workplace act which require employers to offer paid family and medical leave insurance and allow workers to earn a minimum number of paid sick days. This is pms. Committed your struggling with your mortgage you think about it all the time. What are we going to do if we lose the housing. It's time to stop thinking and start dialing call one eight nine nine five hope for free government program that offers expert one on one advice about your mortgage options. We've helped over a million homeowners and we want to help you call one eight nine nine five hope or visit making home affordable dot gov brought to you by the us treasury hud and the ad council. Did you know that birthday parties. Help build confidence in kids. Yeah did you know that giving kids less sugar before bedtime helps them sleep better. Oh totally did you know that friendly kids have more friends. Everybody knows that. Hey guys did you know that. Most people think they're using the right car seat for their kid but they're not. I didn't know that parents who really know it. All know for sure that their child is in the right car seat at the right age and size visit safercar dot gov slash therightseat to make sure your child is protected brought to you by the national highway traffic safety administration and the ad council. Can you tell if these vegetables are being contaminated with bacteria that could cause paralysis. Listen they can't see it either. Use different cutting boards so that the bacteria in raw meats and seafood juices doesn't touch prep services for other foods like veggies. Raw food may contain bacteria that can make you very sick or worse. Roughly three thousand americans will die from food poisoning this year. But you can keep your family safer check your steps at foodsafety dot gov brought to you by the usda hhs and the ad council dear. Smokey bear for teaching us how to prevent wildfires. For seventy years. Outdoor lovers would like to say something. Happy seventieth bigeye. Let's bring it in for a bear hug come. On for safety tips. Visit smokybear dot com brought to you by the us forest service your state forester and the ad council. Join me prepare. A collection of cherished family recipes passed to generation watch recipes disaster at foodsafety dot gov. You'll learn the right steps as maria. Does everything wrong brought to you by the h. s and the ad council. Here's a look at weather from the heartland newsfeed weather center monday. Cloudy early then becoming mostly sunny with a high near seventy six monday night. Mostly cloudy with a chance of showers and thunderstorms with a low around fifty. Seven tuesday showers and possibly a thunderstorm with a high near fifty eight. That's the latest weather. Check out more news and weather on our website at heartland new speed dot com. I don't know what i'm supposed to well. I guess i could see if they're hiring over the tom petty factory and hers phil lord knows. I hope that never come to that. The onion news network and now live from the studios of freedom speeding's ernest. Hancock believe me. When i say we have a difficult time ahead of us but if we are to be prepared for it we must i shed our stand here without fear because i remember i remember that i am here. Not because of the path that lies before me but because of the path that lies behind me. I remember the one hundred years. We have caught these machines and after a century of war i remember that.

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"andrea  sears" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

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05:32 min | 1 year ago

"andrea sears" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

"Workers all front lines. Say it's important for their colleagues in essential services to get the covid nineteen vaccine. Eric take off. Explains shin-ei works with the everett school district and was able to get vaccinated through her union public school employees of washington. Sei you nineteen forty eight. She says the process was quick and easy and she decided to volunteer the day. She was vaccinated helping about six hundred fifty people in the school district. Get the johnson johnson. Shot call encourages folks to get inoculated. Maybe it's not just for you personally. It's for our community at large. It's to allow our kids to go back into school. It's to allow people to have their jobs again. It's so much bigger than just one person at a time. The state is scheduled to enter the next phase of vaccine eligibility on wednesday lowering the age to people sixty and older high risk workers such as first responders and folks who work in congress care facilities and grocery stores already are eligible. Howard says she spoke to colleagues who are skeptical about the vaccine and encourages them to do research into it. Safety nearly thirty percent of washingtonians have received at least one shot of the vaccine. According to the new york times the first witnesses have testified in the trial of derek chauvin. The former minneapolis police officer charged with killing. George floyd and bbc news reports. Say nine one. One dispatcher testified officers pinned down floyd for so long. She thought her video feed had frozen. Jade's is with twincities coalition for justice for jabbar. There's not going to be any placating us with half-measures or with meaningless promises of name changes and other useless reforms. She says will keep holding demonstrations and pursuing other avenues in hopes of getting a minneapolis police department overseen by a citizen council that a new york or new report says standardizing property tax assessment for renewable energy projects would create tens of thousands of jobs and billions of dollars in revenue. The report was released by the alliance for clean energy new york and the new york solar energy industry association organized it says tax standardization proposed in the state budget would increase local tax revenue by speeding up the process of getting renewable energy projects to construction nazi-era executive director. She sheeham mehta says that would bring an increase of up to three hundred forty eight billion dollars from payments in lieu of taxes to local governments across the state over the lifetimes of the projects ambition to that significant economic benefits from increases in revenue from job commission. I'm andrea sears. Reporting this is pms. You're struggling with your mortgage. You think about it all the time. What are we going to do if we lose the house. It's time to stop thinking and start dialing call one eight eight eight nine nine five hope for free government program that offers expert one on one advice about your mortgage options. We've helped over a million homeowners and we want to help you call one. Eight eight eight nine nine five hope or visit makinghomeaffordable dot gov brought to you by the us treasury hud and the ad council. Did you know that birthday parties. Help build confidence in kids. Yeah did you know giving kids less sugar before bedtime helps them sleep better. Oh totally did you know that friendly kids have more friends. Everybody knows that. Hey guys did you know that. Most people think they're using the right car seat for their kid but they're not. I didn't know that parents who really know it. All know for sure that their child is in the right car seat at the right age and size visit safercar dot gov slash therightseat to make sure your child is protected brought to you by the national highway traffic safety administration and the ad council. Can you tell if these vegetables are being contaminated with bacteria that could cause paralysis. Listen they can't see it either. Use different cutting boards so that the bacteria in raw meats and seafood and their juices doesn't touch prep services for other foods like veggies. Raw food may contain bacteria that can make very sick or worse. Roughly three thousand americans will die from food poisoning this year. But can keep your family safer. Check your steps at foodsafety dot gov brought to you by the usda hhs and the ad council do your smokey bear for teaching us how to prevent wildfires for seventy years. Outdoor lovers would like to say something. Happy seventieth bigeye. Let's bring it in for bear hug. Come for safety tips. Visit smokybear dot com brought to you by the us forest service your state forester and the ad council. Join me as i prepare. A collection of cherished family recipes passed new generation watch recipes for disaster at foodsafety dot gov. You'll learn the right steps as maria. Does everything wrong brought to you by the. Usda h s and the ad council. You're is a look at weather from the heartland speed weather center wednesday intervals of clouds sunshine and moderate wind high near forty nine wednesday night mostly clear and windy with a low of twenty six thursday sunny with a high near forty two envy with gusts as high as twenty five miles per hour. That's the latest weather. Check out more news and weather on our website at heartland news feed dot com or by airtime media..

"andrea  sears" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

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04:28 min | 1 year ago

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05:49 min | 1 year ago

"andrea sears" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

"Will see an immediate impact. There are more than two point. Three million dreamers living in the united states that rosal also extend a path to citizenship for those with temporary protected status. The house on thursday also approved the farm workforce modernization act which also provides a process for the millions of immigrant workers to establish permanent us residency. This story was produced in association with media in the public interest in funded in part by the george gun foundation. A recent quinnipiac poll found sixty. Five percent of americans support giving young undocumented. Immigrants of path to citizenship advocates for people with disabilities. Say the cap. New york put on medicaid. Spending in twenty eleven doesn't keep pace with growing healthcare needs and the urging lawmakers to violate repeal. It coming her andrew cuomo twenty one to twenty two budget proposal calls for extending the medicaid cap for two more years but according to heidi siegfried with the center for independence of the disabled new york. The cap is unrelated to growth in medicaid enrollment. An unresponsive to medical needs. it's really affected people with disabilities who rely on long-term secular to say out of nursing facilities and to get the services. They need to remain in their homes. She says lawmakers in both these state assembly and senate have introduced legislation to repeal the global medicaid cap. I'm andrea sears. Reporting families are returning to visit relatives at nursing. Homes and states like pennsylvania bringing a year of painful isolation to an end for many seniors to bill. Johnston walls the state director of aarp pennsylvania. That's news since isolation can cause depression physical and mental decline among nursing home residents. We believe that there's no substitute for the person to have in person contact warm embrace that is so critical for the physical and mental well-being nursing progressive governor. Tom wolf's office is strongly and koji all nursing home in long term care facilities in the to follow federal recommendations to expand visitation. This is pms. You're struggling with your mortgage. You think about it all the time. What are we going to do if we lose the house. It's time to stop thinking and start dialing. Call one eight nine nine five hope for free government program that offers expert one on one advice about your mortgage options. We've helped over a million homeowners and we want to help you call one. Eight eight eight nine nine five hope or visit makinghomeaffordable dot gov brought to you by the us treasury hud and the ad council. Did you know that birthday parties. Help build confidence in kids. Yeah did you know that giving kids less sugar before bedtime helps them sleep better. Oh totally did you know that friendly kids have more friends. Everybody knows that. Hey guys did you know that. Most people think they're using the right car seat for their kid but they're not. I didn't know that parents who really know it. All know for sure that their child is in the right car seat at the right age and size visit safercar dot gov slash therightseat to make sure your child is protected brought to you by the national highway traffic safety administration and the ad council. Can you tell if these vegetables are being contaminated with bacteria that could cause paralysis. Listen you can't see it either. Use different cutting boards so that the bacteria in raw meats and seafood and their juices doesn't touch prep services for other foods like veggies. Raw food may contain bacteria that can make you very sick or worse. Roughly three thousand americans will die from food poisoning this year. But you can keep your family safer check your steps at foodsafety dot gov brought to you by the usda hhs ad council dear smokey bear for teaching us how to prevent wildfires for seventy years. Outdoor lovers would like to say something. Happy seventieth bigeye. Let's bring it in for a bear. Hug come up for safety tips. Visit smokybear dot com brought to you by the us forest service your state forester and the ad council. Join me as i prepare. A collection of cherished family recipes passed new generation recipes for disaster at foodsafety dot gov. You'll learn the right steps as maria. Does everything wrong brought to you. By the usda hhs the. Here's a look at weather from a hotlanta news. Feed weather center. Thursday rain likely and potentially thunderstorm. Wind advisory is in effect until seven p. m. this evening high of forty six thursday night cloudy gradually becoming clear skies low around twenty nine friday sunny and windy high near forty nine that the latest weather. 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"andrea  sears" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

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05:04 min | 1 year ago

"andrea sears" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

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"andrea  sears" Discussed on KZSC 88.1 FM Santa Cruz

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07:57 min | 2 years ago

"andrea sears" Discussed on KZSC 88.1 FM Santa Cruz

"Deputy director told the California State Assembly Budget subcommittee on January 26th. But the problem is nationwide. 95% of this fraud is in the P way program and you know it's about 5%, obviously. And you, I and that was as I understand it A 2019. The frog raid at a DVD was about somewhere between five and 6%. On DSA. Oh, it is consistent. You know the tools that we used pre pandemic work, you know, and they just did not work for the P Way program. The United States. Department of Labor attempted to warn entity of the potential for widespread fraud back in April, But the department apparently waited until September to implement preventative measures. They contracted a third party legal group named Thompson Reuters to analyze their claim in data and identify fraud. In late December in an effort to stop fraudsters, DDT and Bank of America retroactively froze over one million claimants accounts. Many who were later found to be legitimate, according to ET DS for us on Lee 6 to 7% of those accounts frozen in December were verified as fraudulent. Daniella Urban, special counsel at the Center for Workers Rights in Sacramento, says Edie Edie doesn't necessarily need to have evidence that a claimant has falsified information before freezing their claim. Even though he dd is supposed to have evidence that there has actually been fraud or actually been a false statement made by the claimant. He did, he makes gets to make that decision. You know, Latterly, and then the cleaning have to appeal their decision in order to be able to overturn the disqualification. Urban says Some of her clients are still waiting for their appeal to be granted and their dates set to appear before California unemployment insurance appeals court She says clients who face alleged fraud by ET de fear they may have to pay back the full sun they received in unemployment insurance. Some told her it could be 12 weeks before their day in court. Ruben says. That's a long time to go without income, especially for individuals on the brink of destitution. Here's one such case recounted by Amos Lim Ah community advocate with Chinese for Affirmative Action, a civil rights organization based in San Francisco. I'm translating testimony from Mr Wei Xin Guang From San Francisco. I was followed from my janitorial job. In April 2020 and tried for two weeks to call Edie Edie to apply for you. I but I was unable to get through. I was referred to see a and finally managed to apply for you. I inmate 2020, my limited immigration, computer electricity. It's a barrier to accessing indeedy benefits from 60 years old immigrated to the U. S in 2003 and speak only protectionist language. Taishan Land dialect off Chinese Scuse me, which he did. It does not provide services and Don't use a computer and cannot repeated correspondence is sent in English. I really light on friends and she is helped to 35 for benefits. My US know suspended and I need the money to stay in my home. Tale in which my family will be evicted. The heightened scrutiny of Edie Edie is handling of fraudulent claims has brought attention to other deficiencies within the department, including the department's lack of language access. The website is currently the best way to file a claim and the Web portal is only available in English or Spanish. The mandatory I d dot need background checks off Where is on Lee available online? Which makes it inaccessible for people without smart phones or computers. At least six million are unemployed in California and receiving unemployment insurance, with many more waiting for their claims to be approved by Edie Edie. According to California's legislative analyst's Office. The number of new unemployment insurance claims have slowed but are still five times higher than normal levels. Follow up legislative hearing is set for February. I'm Chris Lee reporting for KPFK. A new report suggests a bill often promoted as expanding rights for LGBT Q. People could benefit a wide spectrum of racial and religious minorities as well. Andrea Sears has the story. The Equality Act passed in the U. S house in 2019 with broad bipartisan support but never came up for a vote in the Senate. Civil rights advocates air hopeful this year it could become law. The bill would add new, comprehensive federal protections for lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender people. They only Goldberg with the Movement Advancement Project, says it would expand existing federal laws that leave many people vulnerable to discrimination based on a variety of other factors. Right now, for example, retail stores are actually not covered under federal law and public accommodation, protection for people of color or people of faith or immigrants. Opponents of the bill say it would infringe on their religious free Some of those who feel that homosexuality is same sex, marriage or transgender identities violate their beliefs. But Goldberg points out that 21 states, including New York already have LGBT rights laws on the books so someone can lose civil rights protections simply by crossing the state line. The Equality Act would change that that would put into place consistent and explicit protections into federal law that would, in many ways service, an umbrella over all 50 States, D C and the territory. She adds under a U. S. Supreme Court ruling issued last June, federal law already protects against discrimination based on sexual orientation or gender identity in employment. But Goldberg emphasizes the bill would make anti discrimination protections consistent across the board. She points to a 2020 survey by Sephora that found 40% of shoppers had experienced discrimination based on their race or skin color. I think that really underscores the challenges of actors in places of public accommodations aren't just for LGBTQ people, but this was really a broad problem. I need the federal solution. The bill has yet to be introduced in the House is here. But Goldberg is hopeful that with changes In Senate leadership, it would get a hearing and a vote there as well for New York news connection. I'm Andrea Sears. Russian President Vladimir Putin today signed a bill extending the last remaining nuclear arms control treaty between Russia and the United States a week before the pact was due to expire. The houses of the Russian parliament voted unanimously on Wednesday to extend the new start treaty for five years. Putin and President Joe Biden had discussed the nuclear accord a day earlier. And the Kremlin said they agreed to complete the necessary extension procedures in the next few days. They packs extension does not require congressional approval in the United States, but Russian lawmakers had to ratify the move before Putin could sign off today. Abide. Administration says it's going to revamp and enhanced diplomacy toward Iran as the U. S looks at restoring constraints on the country's nuclear program and reining in its regional ambitions, as Secretary of state, Anthony Blinken announced the appointment of a new special envoy for Iran. President Joe Biden, his national security advisor, said that restoring the limits on the Iranian nuclear program is a top priority and that the administration would work to build under whatever restrictions it could negotiate. Jake Sullivan said today that the administration's goal is to put Iran's nuclear program back into a box and then to confront other Iranian activity in the Middle East that it sees is problematic..

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"andrea  sears" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

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03:52 min | 2 years ago

"andrea sears" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

"The process in black communities. Black americans are receiving co vaccinations at dramatically lower rates than whites. According to kaiser health news and florida's vaccine tracking website shows fifty eight thousand five hundred and forty. Black people have received at least one dose compared to almost seven hundred and forty nine thousand whites mistrust. Rooted and structural. Racism is one cause of the low inoculation rates. But another is access says deborah austin. She's with reach up a group. That's launch a vigorous education campaigns and vaccine drives and so that's very disconcerting to because we educated people we've been able to sail the the mistrust and the discomfort and now they just can't get the vaccine. I'm welcomes as thursday. Florida had distributed two and a half million doses of vaccines and administered about one point. Three million of them this is. Pms as an estimated two hundred thirteen thousand families in pennsylvania faced possible eviction civil rights advocates. Say prison biden's executive order extending the moratorium on evictions is a good start but congress could do more to protect tenants who fall behind on rent. Because of the pandemic the moratorium set to expire at the end of this month on fictions from federally assisted or finance properties and on for closures on federally guaranteed mortgages but the executive order extended through the end of march in thomson with the aclu says it needs to be expanded to cover alternates and for the duration of the pandemic. We also need requirements. Put in place on landlord to make sure that they are not violating these important protections he adds a congress needs to have emergency rental assistance in place before the moratorium is lifted some landlords have already challenged the constitutionality of the federal moratorium in court. I'm andrea sears. Reporting meantime the nation is at a turning point with a new push for unity. Some groups say change. Your food system is one crucial step. In addressing the device executive director of he'll food alliance navene ghana says the combination of covid nineteen. The climate crisis and political unrest has illuminated the food systems volunteer ability in times of crisis. And she explains that disinvestment from jordi black neighborhoods lack of access to land and week labor laws have fuelled equities for many of our communities where most negatively impacted by the food system That's been the case for hundreds of years. Black enter and other to both color have come under attack and have been the ones who are most exploited within our system times kind of contends. These devine's cannot be bridged. Without first dismantling policies that put profits over people in the environment. Mary sherman reporting finally. Diane are tells us we won't learning during the pandemic has meant excessive screen time for kids and maryland. Healthcare group is raising awareness to prevent too much exposure to potentially damaging blue light the light emitted from digital devices can cause serious retinal damage in children with long term exposure. According to scott edmonds with united healthcare children's eyes are still developing immorally. Light enters their retinas than adults is in addition to taking breaks edmund. Suggest teaching kids to follow what he calls the twenty twenty role to protect their is every twenty minutes. You should look off into the distance. Something twenty feet or further for twenty seconds lessens. The chance of you're going to get myopia gets away from the blue light about sixty four percent of teachers think blue light protection would improve student's attention span's this is by clifford. Four public news service members or supported heard on some of the nation's most.

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03:52 min | 2 years ago

"andrea sears" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

"The process in black communities. Black americans are receiving co vaccinations at dramatically lower rates than whites. According to kaiser health and florida's vaccine tracking website shows fifty eight thousand five hundred and forty. Black people have received at least one dose compared to almost seven hundred and forty nine thousand whites. Mistrust rooted and structural. Racism is one cause of the low inoculation rates. But another is access says deborah austin. She's with reach up a group. That's launch vigorous education campaigns and vaccine drives and so that's very disconcerting to look because we educated people we've been able to fail the mistrust and the discomfort and now they just can't get vaccinated. I'm trammell gome as of thursday. Florida had distributed two and a half million doses of vaccines and administered about one point. Three million of them this is. Pms as an estimated two hundred thirteen thousand families in pennsylvania faced possible eviction civil rights advocates say president binds executive order extending the moratorium on. Evictions is a good start but congress could do more to protect kennedy. Who fall behind on rent. Because of the pandemic the moratorium was set to expire at the end of this month on addictions from federally assisted or finance properties down for closures on federally guaranteed mortgages. But the executive order extends it through the end of march in thomson with the aclu says. It needs to be expanded to cover alternates. And for the duration of the pandemic we also need requirements put in place on landlords to make sure that they are not violating these important protections. He adds it. Congress needs to have emergency rental assistance in place before the moratorium is lifted some landlords have already challenged the constitutionality of the federal moratorium in court. I'm andrea sears. Reporting meantime the nation is at a turning point with a new push for you to eat some groups say changing. Our food system is one crucial step. In addressing the divide executive director of he'll food alliance no ghana says the combination of covid nineteen. The climate crisis in political unrest has illuminated the food systems vulnerability in times of crisis. And she explains that disinvestment from majority black neighborhoods lack of access to land in week labor laws fueled inequities for many of our communities where most negatively impacted by the system. That's been the case for hundreds of years. Black interested in other colors have come under attack and have been the ones who are most exploited with our systems times kind of content. These devine's cannot be bridged. Without first dismantling policies that put profits over people and the environment. Mary sherman reporting finally diane but are tells us we vote learning during the pandemic has meant excessive screen time for kids and maryland. Healthcare group is reading awareness to prevent too much exposure to potentially damaging blue light the light emitted from digital devices can cause serious retinal damage in children with long term exposure. According to scott edmonds with united healthcare children's eyes are still developing and more blue light enters. Their retinas than adults is in addition to taking breaks edmund. Suggest teaching kids to follow what he calls the twenty twenty rule to protect their is every twenty minutes. You should look off into the distance. Something twenty feet or further for twenty seconds. Since the chance of you're going to get myopia get away from the blue light about sixty four percent of teachers think blue light protection would improve. Student's attention span's this is mike clifford for public news. Service members supported heard on some of the nation's most interesting radio.

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"andrea sears" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

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This stream is supported by advertisers and contributions by follow us on facebook twitter and instagram's the public view service newscast jam the fourteenth twenty twenty one i might cluttering total of ten republicans in the. Us house broke ranks. Wednesday's vote to impeach president. Donald trump are mike. Molin reports on one st wisconsin delagation which saw no movement beyond party lines. Trump became the first. Us president to be impeached twice. The articles charged him with incitement of insurrection after he encouraged supporters to march to the capital while congress was certifying president elect joe biden's victory congresswoman. Gwen moore is a democrat from milwaukee. She said she voted. Yes on impeachment not because of partisanship but because she felt the country needs to be protected from trump's rhetoric at least seven days before end of his term. We have the fierce urgency of now seven days too long for him to be in power during the debate. Trump issued a statement calling for no violence but earlier. This week said his previous comments were appropriate. The senate impeachment trial is expected to begin until after trump as office all five house. Republicans from wisconsin voted. No including tom. Tiffany from north western. Wisconsin who said it's time for both parties to turn down the temperature meantime bills that restrict transgender youths are on the docket for montana lawmakers. This year eric take it off explains house bill. One twelve would ban transgender athletes in public schools from participating in sports consistent with their gender house. Bill one thirteen would prohibit gender affirming healthcare for minors potentially finding doctors up to fifty thousand dollars for violating the statute as j with montana. Women vote says these bills would harm young people. She says legislators should be focusing on cove in nineteen. We think it's really triclean. Unconscionable that lawmakers are considering supporting this type of legislation especially at a time like this hearings for both bills were cancelled this week and have not yet been rescheduled. According to the montana legislature website sponsor of the bill representative john fuller a republican from whitefish. Do not respond to a request for comment in an interview with montana. Free press fuller says. He opposes treatment. That could have lasting effects on young people's bodies a similar measure to the ban on trans athletes in school sports the idaho legislature last year but has been blocked by a federal court now an update from a story. We covered this week. Us supreme court reversed a pair of rulings from federal appeals courts that put death row inmate. Lisa montgomery's execution on hold. The high court also denied to last minute request to postpone. Excuse you according to wire reports. Montgomery put to death by lethal injection at federal prison at tara soon after the court's decision that happened at one thirty one this morning she was the first woman to be put to death in federal prison since nineteen fifty. Three this is pms. Smoking turns out to be prevalent among people with substance use disorders but tobacco. Prevention efforts often overlooked the population centers. President mary ward says a recent community mini grant from the american heart association and blue cross blue shield of north carolina will allow the organization to expand its nicotine replacement therapy program for residential patients. And what we learned in survey and patience is that patients really were interested in receiving some type of therapy or care for nicotine addiction about one in four adults in the. Us has some form of a behavioral health condition and smokes. Nearly forty percent of all cigarettes consumed by adults according to the centers for disease control and prevention. I'm nadia ramleh. Gone governor andrew cuomo uses third installment of the state of the state address wednesday to take on beating the challenges of climate change. Cuomo announced that the new york state energy research and development authority will contract for two new offshore wind projects generating twenty five hundred megawatts of clean electric power largest project in the country. Joe martins has the new york offshore wind alliance and calls that a quantum leap forward toward meeting the goal of nine thousand megawatts by twenty thirty five as mandated by the climate leadership and community protection. Act the governor signed in july twenty nineteen year we are less than two years out in the state as already contrast it for almost half of that the governor also announced contracts for twenty four new solar projects that will generate a total of about twenty two hundred megawatts of power. I'm andrea sears. Reporting and finally our damn but are tells us to help. The next generation of farmers virginia community formed. Group is raising funds to acquire land for future growers in a former coal region. The west virginia agrarian commons looks to buy an eighty two acre farm in fayette county with a ninety nine year lease according to espn mcsweeney with the agrarian. Trust which is working with the mountain state group. He says the average age of farmland owners is about sixty five and the cooperative farm will lower cost to make it easier for new growers to enter agriculture production. Just farmers are aging out. The cost of farm land and farming is considerable which leads to thirty seven mid size farms a day closing is just financially unsustainable for farmer stacks it next generation farmers take over in a state which twelve million acres of farmland the commons group to preserve appalachians and way of life well also transforming formerly cold dominated. Land this is my clifford for public do servicemember analyst or support her great radio stations.

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"andrea sears" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

"Many years of torture and rape as a child. It was clear to me. This woman had been a prisoner of war as a child is was. Pow story montgomery allegedly was beaten and raped by her stepfather for many years gang-raped and urinated on by his friends and tormented by her mother before being married off at age eighteen to her abusive stepbrother. For public news service. I'm suzanne potter original reporting for. This story came from. Natalie swire for ms magazine. What house democrats moving forward on impeaching president donald trump and a coalition of west virginia lawmakers and civil rights groups are calling on state. Legislators there to also oust and disbarred attorney general for participating what they're calling and un-american effort to disenfranchise voters in the presidential election attorney general. Patrick morrissey entered west virginia into a federal lawsuit last month challenging election results in four swing states with large african american populations according to ryan franken berry with the west virginia. Working families. party. He says morrissey also spurred on rioters in the nation's capital last week with robo calls that promoted false claims about the election. Morpheus betrayed his of our state and our nation over and over again by adding west virginia unethical. Un-american lawsuits aimed at disenfranchising minority voters. Patrick morrissey is unfit to hold the highest law enforcement office in west virginia. Lorcy says the lawsuit was needed to consider unconstitutional actions. That have occurred in the states during the two thousand and twenty elections. I'm diane bernard meantime the attack all the capital last week has shocked angered many some in arizona. seats roots. An extreme rhetoric of prostate leaders. Sandra solas is a community organizer with arizona's day human rights movement. We've seen how these elected officials can actually cause more political tensions and cause more violence in our communities and that their actions do have a bigger riff on do have a big consequence in our communities. So we'll be riders at the capitol have been identified as zones and have been arrested since the attack. This is pms employees. A google or forming the alphabet workers union both to push their parent company toward greater social responsibility and ensure workers are treated fairly. It's a rare occurrence in the technology industry. But andrew gainer do war a software engineer at google. Founding member of the union says alphabet workers have a history of workplace activism in twenty eighteen. More than twenty thousand. Google employees staged a walkout for its parent company's handling issues of sexual harassment. And just last month. Roughly two thousand. Google employees signed a letter requesting transparency about the exit of dr tim. Net gabriel from the company. She's an ai researcher who criticized alphabets lack of diversity leadership towards more accountability. We wanna see them take responsibility for what we've built and for its potential to both do really amazing things for people but also to provide a space where really horrible things can strengthen grow gainer. Divorce has the power of youtube alphabet. Subsidiary was on display last week when a mob of trump's supporters stormed the us capital. He says there's a sense among members that has ample power but is no longer accountable to what their workers want for public news service. I'm looney bulky protests in portland in response to george. Floyd killing drew national attention over the summer or tatum for ports months later. Portlanders still are taking to the streets and they're organized isabela garcia with. Yes magazine details. The movement which she says relies on community groups and mutual aid services a volunteer network of people supporting each other with whatever they need. While floyd's death was the spark garcia says the protests have evolved paying attention to things such as local law enforcements budget and the role of the police union that continuous thought in how these protests were being executed. I think is a pretty big and finally drug policy advocates say marijuana legislation must include dedicated community andrea. Sears has more from new york during his state of the state address on monday. Governor andrew cuomo once again said legalization of marijuana for adult used as a priority for this year's legislative session the governor's proposed licensing opportunities and assistance in communities of color that have been disproportionately impacted by drug enforcement for decades but melissa more new york state director of the drug policy alliance says legalization which is expected to raise more than three hundred million dollars. A year in tax revenue must also include restitution directing resources to the neighborhoods and the communities that were within the eye of the target of the war for so long. This is by clifford News service we are listed supported heard on radio stations across the nation and online at public deserves dot. Org it is look at your latest weather from the heartland newsfeed weather center tonight. Expect partly cloudy skies with wind speeds remaining consistent to ten miles. Put our though. In the mid to upper twenties there will be mostly sunny skies juice day with wind speeds from the southwest of ten to fifteen miles per hour expected high end below to mid forties. Tuesday night clear skies win from the southwest of ten miles per hour. Lulu around thirty. That's the latest weather checkouts more news and weather on our website at heartland newsfeed dot com.

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06:29 min | 2 years ago

"andrea sears" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

"After this week's violent assault on the nation's capital michigan democrats say those behind the election. Misinformation that is believed to have sparked. The violence must be held accountable. State red padma. Mccoo intends to ransacking of the. Us capital is a sad reminder of april thirtieth when protesters with guns rated the michigan capital galleries and she believes. This week's violence stems in part from extremists refusing to accept reality. The truth matters. Our elections are free fair and follow laws that are in place. Democrats are urging michigan. Gop to co-chair candidate. Ms sean matic. As well as for the resignation of officials who supported efforts to overturn the election state representative darren millery says that includes sean and her husband. State rep map mattock. Who joined the dc protests. He should be censored and removed from office. Because we should not be serving with people in our government who do not believe in our government in the first place. It statement sean. Maddox said the rally was intended to be peaceful and agreed that those who broke the law should be held accountable. Mary sherman reporting meantime. social justice. groups of west virginia are decrying a state delegates participation in the assault mountain state. Lawmakers are calling for the delegates removal from the legislature wearing a motorcycle helmet and shouting trump's name. Newly elected republican. Derek recorded his participation with pro trump supporters who stormed the capital gaining illegal entry and destroying property. State house minority leader. Doug skaff says how leaders are investigating evans actions. He points out. That wearing a helmet is one of many indicators. That evans was prepared to riot. Conduct is just not to the standards of what a legislator elected official the state of west virginia represents and we will be pushing forward to move him as soon as possible from his position evans posted on twitter that he was in the nation's capital as an independent member of the media as of late thursday more than thirty three thousand people signed a change dot org petition asking the state legislature to remove evans from his seat for going against the constitution and the rule of law. I'm diane bernard and our eric ticket. Off reports those seeds of supporters of trump breaking windows and breaching the capital shocked the nation. This week but there are also reminiscent of protests in boise idaho in august protesters of a special session. Idaho on covid. Nineteen safety measures shattered glass door and rushed into the state capital. Some in the crowd were armed and included. Far-right anti-government activists ammon bundy head of the progressive group. United vision for idaho says the. Us capital attack in the boise protests are related. Not on the same scale of course but very similar tactic and that's the point right is to instill fear by evoking violence and issuing threats. This is pms question. Pennsylvania state ballot in two thousand nineteen proposing sweeping changes to the state constitution has been ruled unconstitutional itself by a commonwealth court. The proposed amendment known as marci's law has been promoted as strengthening victims rights in criminal proceedings. It would implement complex changes to multiple articles in the constitution. According to mary catherine roper with the aclu of pennsylvania. The three two ruling handed down thursday says the ballot question violates the constitutional requirement that voters must be able to consider changes to different sections of the constitution individually legislature. Sent to the voters a list of fifteen new rights for victims that affect at least a dozen different parts of the constitution and in several key wave lessons the rights of defendants secretary of the commonwealth kathy book far and intervene is representing the rights of victims in the case at thirty days to appeal the ruling to the pennsylvania. Supreme court. I'm andrea sears. Reporting the aclu says you that if adopted would tip the scales of justice even further against people who are accused of crimes in the wake of more than thirty four hundred deaths and twelve thousand cove infections at connecticut nursing homes advocates for older americans are pressing lawmakers there to better regulate the industry. Aarp connecticut is asking the legislatures nursing home and assisted living oversight working group to consider a series of reforms and adore ghazi with aarp connecticut says nursing homes should not be allowed to ban technologies such as alexa. Were in room cameras. That help families stay connected with their loved ones while visitations restricted. If you can't go into a facility at this point you probably have real concerns about is my loved one eating or they drink but somebody coming to check on them or are they getting close. I'm suzanne potter. Among other things a connecticut is recommending nursing homes be required to have adequate stockpiles of finally are was brown tells us new mexico lawmakers will be asked to amend the states twenty nine hundred dollars gas act when the legislature convenes. That happens on january nineteenth. The proposed revision would prohibit the discharge of produced water the flow back from fracking known to contain dangerous chemicals and heavy metals toxic to humans. The legislation is in response to produce water fracking explosion at home in the permian basin. Bill sponsor senator antoinette's deal. Lopez says the law if passed will require the state's oil conservation division to use the best available science for rules governing fracking. Then he'll minimize the use of freshwater in oil and gas drilling and it's gonna make the discharge or the release of purchase wider illegal. I'm roz brown. This is by clifford. Thank you for wrapping up your week. Public do service member illicit supported and online at public new service dot. Org it is your latest weather from the heartland newsfeed with us into they will be cloudy skies tonight. With a chance of flurries overnight wing conditions will come from the north at around ten miles per gallon fuel. Friday expect cloudy conditions with a chance of flurries later turning into snow showers. Windy conditions to be expected with speeds as high as fifteen miles per hour high in the mid thirties. There will be a chance of flurries. Friday night heading into the weekend. 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08:00 min | 2 years ago

"andrea sears" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

"After this week's violent assault on the nation's capital michigan democrats say those behind the election. Misinformation that is believed to have sparked the violence must be held accountable. State padma coupon contents. The ransacking of the us capital is a sad reminder of april thirtieth when protesters with guns rated the michigan capital galleries and she believes this week's violence stems in part from extremists refusing to accept reality. The truth matters. Our elections are free fair and follow laws that are in place. Democrats are urging the michigan. Gop to oust co-chair candidate miss. Sean matic as well as for the resignation of officials who supported efforts to overturn the election. State representative darren. Camilla says that includes michelle and her husband. State rep map mattock. Who joined the dc protests. You should be censored and removed from office because we should not be serving people in our government who do not believe in our government in the first place. And it statement sean. Matic said the rally was intended to be peaceful and agreed that those who broke the law should be held accountable. Mary sherman reporting meantime. social justice. groups of west virginia are decrying a state delegates participation in the assault mountain state. Lawmakers are calling for the delegates removal from the legislature wearing a motorcycle helmet and shouting trump's name newly elected republican derek evans recorded his participation with pro trump supporters who stormed the capital gaining illegal entry and destroying property. State house minority leader. Doug skaff says house leaders are investigating evans actions. He points out. That wearing a helmet is one of many indicators. That evans was prepared to riot is conduct. It's just not through the standards of what. A legislator elected official the state of west virginia represents and we will be pushing forward to move him as soon as possible from his position as posted on twitter that he was in the nation's capital as an independent member of the media as of late thursday more than thirty three thousand people signed change dot org petition asking the state legislature to remove evans from his seat for going against the constitution and the rule of law. I'm diane bernard and eric ticket. Off reports those seeds of supporters of trump breaking windows breaching the capital shocked the nation this week but they're also reminiscent of protests in boise idaho in august protesters of a special session in idaho on covid. Nineteen safety measures. Shattered a glass door and rushed into the state capital. Some in the crowd were armed and included far-right anti-government activist and bundy head of the progressive group. United vision for idaho says the. Us capital attack in the boise protests are related on the same scale of course but very similar in tactic and that's the point right is to instill fear by voting violence and issuing threats is pms. A question of pennsylvania's state ballot in twenty nineteen proposing sweeping changes to the state constitution has been ruled unconstitutional itself by commonwealth court. The proposed amendment known as marci's law has been promoted as strengthening victims rights in criminal proceedings. It would implement complex changes to multiple in the constitution according to mary catherine roper with the u. of pennsylvania. The three two two ruling handed down thursday says the ballot question violates the constitutional requirement that voters must be able to consider changes to different sections of the constitution individually a legislature sent to the voters a list of fifteen new rights for victims that affect at least a dozen different parts of the constitution and in several key ways lessen the rights of defendants secretary of the commonwealth kathy book far and intervene representing the rights of victims in the case that thirty days to appeal the ruling to the pennsylvania. Supreme court. I'm andrea sears. Reporting the says you meant if adopted would tip the scales of justice even further against people who are accused of crimes in the wake of more than three thousand four hundred deaths. Twelve thousand cove infections academic at nursing homes advocates for older americans are pressing lawmakers there to better regulate the industry. Aarp connecticut is asking the legislatures nursing home and assisted living oversight group to consider a series of reforms and adore ghazi with aarp. Connecticut says nursing homes should not be allowed to ban technologies such as alexa. Were in room cameras that help families stay connected with their loved ones while visitation is restricted. If you can't go into a facility at this point probably have real concerns about is my loved one eating or drinking but somebody coming to check on them or are they getting their close changed. I'm suzanne potter among other things. Aarp connecticut is recommending nursing. Homes be required to have an adequate stockpiles of finally are ross. Brown tells us new mexico. Lawmakers will be asked to amend the states twenty nine hundred dollars gas act when the legislature convenes. That happens on january nineteenth. The proposed revision would prohibit the discharge of produced water the flow back from fracking known to contain dangerous chemicals and heavy metals toxic to humans. The legislation is in response to produced water fracking explosion. At a home. In the permian basin bill sponsor senator antoinette sadea lopez says the law if passed will require the state's oil conservation division. Do use the best available science for rules governing fracking. he'll minimize the use of freshwater in oil and gas drilling. And it's gonna make the discharge or the release of produced water illegal. I'm ross brown. This is why clifford. Thank you for wrapping up your week with public service member listener supported and online at public news service dot. Org it is. You'll latest weather from the heartland newsfeed weather center. They will be cloudy skies tonight. With a chance of flurries overnight wing conditions will come from the north at around ten miles per hour fuelled. Friday expect cloudy conditions with thompson. Flurries later turning into snow showers. Windy conditions to be expected with speeds as high as fifteen miles per hour high in the mid thirties. There will be a chance of flurries. Friday night heading into the weekend wind speed steady around ten miles per hour though in the mid twenties thirties. That's the latest twitter. Checkouts more news and weather on our website at heart and newsfeed dot com. Hey guys and gals welcome to liberty. What kinda aka electric liberty land episode number two ten. Before we get into the show. I wanted to tell you about a little program called the use program matthews van of our show. He reached out to me Expressing his love and affection as more of you should do honestly. But i want to tell you a little bit about his podcast which i checked out. I'm digging it mostly. Because matthew focuses on the financial side of things you know he gets into his own personal journey to financial freedom. 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"andrea sears" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

"Mary sherman reporting meantime. Social justice. groups of west. Virginia are decrying a state delegates participation in the assault mountain state lawmakers are calling for the delegates removal from the legislature wearing a motorcycle helmet and shouting trump's name newly elected republican derek evans recorded his participation with pro trump supporters who stormed the capital gaining illegal entry in destroying property state house minority leader. Doug skaff says house leaders are investigating evans actions. He points out. That wearing a helmet is one of many indicators. That evans was prepared to riot is conduct. It's just not through. The standards of what a legislator and elected official state of west virginia represents and we will be pushing forward to move him as soon as possible from his position as is posted on twitter that he was in the nation's capital as an independent member of the media as of late thursday more than thirty three thousand people signed a change dot org petition asking the state legislature remove evans from his seat for going against the constitution and the rule of law. I'm diane bernard and our eric it. Off reports those seeds of supporters of trump breaking windows breaching the capital shocked the nation this week but they're also reminisce a protest in boise idaho in august protesters of a special session in idaho on ovid. Nineteen safety measures shattered glass door and rushed into the state capital. Some in the crowd were armed and included. Far-right anti-government activists ammon bundy head of the progressive group. United vision for idaho says the us capital attack in boise protests are related on the same scale of course but very similar in tactic. And that's the point right to instill fear by voting violence and issuing threats. This is pm us. A question on pennsylvania's state ballot in two thousand nineteen proposing sweeping changes to the state constitution has been ruled unconstitutional itself by commonwealth court. The proposed amendment notice marci's law has been promoted as strengthening victims rights in criminal proceedings. It would implement complex changes to multiple in the constitution according to mary catherine roper with the aclu of pennsylvania. The three two two ruling handed down thursday says the ballot question violates the constitutional requirement that voters must be able to consider changes to different sections of the constitution individually a legislature sent to the voters a list of fifteen new rights for victims that affect at least a dozen different parts of the constitution and in several key ways lessons the rights of defendants secretary of the commonwealth kathy book far and intervenes representing the rights of victims in the case of thirty days to appeal the ruling to pennsylvania. Supreme court. I'm andrea sears. Reporting the aclu says amendment if adopted would tip the scales of justice even further against people who are accused of crimes in the wake of more than thirty four hundred deaths and twelve thousand cove infections at connecticut nursing homes advocates for older americans are pressing lawmakers there to better regulate the industry. Aarp connecticut is asking the legislatures nursing home and assisted living oversight working group to consider a series of reforms and adore ghazi with aarp connecticut says nursing homes should not be allowed to ban technologies such as alexa or in room cameras. That help families stay connected with their loved ones while visitations restricted. If you can't go into a facility at this point probably have real concerns about is my loved one eating or they drink but somebody coming to check on them or are they getting their clothes changed. I'm suzanne potter among other things. Aarp connecticut is recommending nursing. Homes be required to have adequate stockpiles of pp. Finally are ross. Brown tells us mexico. Lawmakers will be asked to amend the state's twenty nineteen dollars gas act when the legislature convenes. That happens on january nineteenth. The proposed revision prohibit the discharge of produced water the flow back from fracking known to contain dangerous chemicals and heavy metals toxic to humans. The legislation is in response to produce water fracking explosion. At a home. In the permian basin bill sponsor senator antoinette sadea lopez says the law if passed will require the state's oil conservation division. Do use the best available science for rules. Governing fracking minimize the use of freshwater in oil and gas drilling. And it's gonna make the discharge or the release of produced water illegal. I'm roz brown. This is by clifford. And thank you for wrapping up your week with public. Do service member listener supported and online at public service dot. Org here is your latest weather from the heartland newsfeed weather center. They will be cloudy skies tonight with a chance of flurries wing. Conditions will come from the north at around ten miles per hour fuelled. Friday expect cloudy conditions with a chance of flurries turning into snow showers. Windy conditions to be expected with speeds as high as fifteen miles per hour high in the mid thirties. There will be a chance of flurries. Friday night heading into the weekend. Wind speeds steady around ten miles put hour though in the mid twenty s to low thirties. That's the latest twitter. Checkouts more news and weather on our website at hard us. Feed dot com. Day has left many with unanswered questions. Hundreds of residents lit candles outside of their homes tuesday night in memory of amherst middle school. Student donovan krause. According to the superintendent of sau thirty nine which is what they call their school districts. Here in new hampshire in an online statement. Donovan's mother shared her son story and urged others to hug their children tight each and every day. She says the unthinkable has happened. Are beautiful son. Donovan took his own life on monday. We were just in shock and disbelief. We didn't see this coming at all. He has so many interests hobbies and zest for life. How can a boy with such big smile. Ever consider such a thing she said. Donovan left a short note indicating that he loved his family so much but didn't share any details about his suffering. So i'm certainly speculating here as are others. That may be the lockdown played a role in this kid's suicide because it's not very common that you see suicide among twelve year olds. Yeah.

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"andrea  sears" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

06:10 min | 2 years ago

"andrea sears" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

"Extremists refusing to accept reality. The truth matters. Our elections are free fair and follow laws that are in place. Democrats are urging the michigan. Gop to oust co-chair candidate mishaan matic as well as for the resignation of officials who supported efforts. to overturn the election. state representative darren. Hillary says that includes michelle and her husband. State rep mathematics who joined the dc protests. He should be censored and removed from office because we should not be serving with people in our government who do not believe in our government in the first place in a statement on matic said. The rally was intended to be peaceful and agree that those who broke the law should be held accountable. Mary sherman reporting meantime social justice groups west virginia or decrying a state delegates participation in the assault mountain state. Lawmakers are calling for the delegates removal from the legislature wearing a motorcycle helmet and shouting trump's name newly elected republican derek evans recorded his participation with pro trump supporters who stormed capital gaining illegal entry and destroying property. State house minority leader. Doug skaff says house leaders are investigating evans actions. He points out. That wearing a helmet is one of many indicators. That evans was prepared to riot. His conduct is not through the standards. Of what a legislator elected official the state of west virginia represents and we will be pushing forward to move him as soon as possible from his position evans posted on twitter that he was in the nation's capital as an independent member of the media as of late thursday more than thirty three thousand people signed a change dot org petition asking the state legislature to remove evans from his seat for going against the constitution and the rule of law. I'm diane bernard and eric ticket. Off reports those seeds of supporters of trump breaking windows and breaching the capital shocked the nation. This week but there are also reminiscent of protests in boise idaho in august protesters of a special session in idaho on covid nineteen safety measures shattered a glass door and rushed into the state capital. Some in the crowd were armed and included. Far-right anti-government activists ammon bundy head of the progressive group. United vision for idaho says the us capitol attack in the boise protests are related. Not on the same scale of course but very similar and tactic and that's the point right is to instill fear by voting violence and issuing threats. This is pms question. Pennsylvania state ballot in two thousand nineteen proposing sweeping changes to the state constitution has been ruled unconstitutional itself by a commonwealth court. The proposed amendment known as marci's law has been promoted as strengthening victims rights in criminal proceedings. It would implement exchanges to multiple articles in the constitution according to mary catherine roper with the aclu of pennsylvania. The three to ruling handed down thursday says the ballot question violates the constitutional requirement that voters must be able to consider changes to different sections of the constitution individually legislature. Sent to the voters a list of fifteen new rights for victims that affect at least a dozen different parts of the constitution and in several key wave lessons or rice defendants secretary of the commonwealth kathy book far and intervenes representing the rights of victims in the case thirty days to appeal the ruling to the pennsylvania. Supreme court i'm andrea sears. Reporting the aclu says you've been if adopted would tip the scales of justice even further against people who are accused of crimes in the wake of more than thirty four hundred deaths and twelve thousand cove infections at connecticut nursing homes advocates for older americans are pressing lawmakers there to better regulate the industry. Aarp connecticut is asking the legislature nursing home and assisted living oversight working group to consider a series of reforms. Annadurai ghazi with aarp. Connecticut says nursing. Homes should not be allowed to ban technologies such as alexa. Were in rome cameras. That help families stay connected with their loved ones while visitations restricted. If you can't go into a facility at this point you probably have real concerns about loved one heating or they drinking with somebody coming to check on them or are they getting their clothes changed. I'm suzanne potter among other things. Aarp connecticut is recommending nursing. Homes be required to have adequate stockpiles of finally are roz brown tells us mexico lawmakers will be asked to amend the state's twenty nineteen all gas act when the legislature convenes. That happens on january nineteenth. The proposed revision would prohibit the discharge of produced water the flow back from fracking known to contain dangerous chemicals and heavy metals toxic to humans. The legislation is in response to a produced water fracking explosion at a home. In the permian basin bill sponsor senator antoinette sadea lopez says the law if passed will require the state's oil conservation division. Do use the best available science for rules governing fracking. he'll minimize the use of freshwater in oil and gas drilling and it's going to make the discharge or the release of produced wider illegal. I'm roz brown. This is by clifford. Thank you for wrapping up your week with public. Do service members and listener supported and online at public news service dot. Org it is your latest weather from the heartland newsfeed weather center. They will be cloudy skies tonight. With a chance of flurries overnight wing conditions will come from the north at around ten miles per hour field. Friday expect cloudy conditions with a chance of flurries later turning into snow showers. Windy conditions to be expected to plead speeds as high as fifteen miles per hour high in the mid thirties. There will be a chance of flurries. Friday night heading into the weekend. Wind speeds steady around ten miles put out though in the mid twenty s to these. That's the latest twitter. Checkouts more news and weather on our website at heart and newsfeed dot com..

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"andrea  sears" Discussed on KZSC 88.1 FM Santa Cruz

KZSC 88.1 FM Santa Cruz

06:12 min | 2 years ago

"andrea sears" Discussed on KZSC 88.1 FM Santa Cruz

"Espinoza Madrigal says Lawyers for civil rights has a case pending over the 2016 fatal shooting of Turin's Coleman. Ah young black men with the disability who was killed while his mother was trying to get him the mental health care he needed. We've been waiting for police reform in Boston since even before George Fluids, murder and George It's murder, highlight the urgency of these reports. Regardless of what happens on Beacon Hill. He says groups like his will continue to take legal action on behalf of victims of police violence for public news service. I'm really bulky On New Year's Day, Oklahoma launched its centennial remembrance of the Tulsa Race Massacre and the award winning actor in Tulsa native Alfred Woodard and Republican Senator James Lankford Both delivered remarks via video to a small crowd that gathered at the John Hope Franklin Reconciliation Park. Violence erupted May 31st and June 1st of 1921 when a white mob killed an estimated 300 African Americans and wounded 800 well burning and bombing 30 blocks of black owned businesses and homes in Tulsa. The area had been known as Black Wall Street. A renewed search for bodies last year found at least 12 and an unmarked mass grave and a Tulsa cemetery. Ah, commission has more centennial events planned throughout the year and Tulsa In Canada. 10 Correctional officials are facing a range of charges after the death of an indigenous man in custody there. Few public details about the incident which happened last year, Dan Carp in Chuck reports. It happened in ST John's Newfoundland at Her Majesty's Penitentiary Man involved a physical altercation after two prison guards. Went to the cell of 33 Year old in Jonathan Hyung Oak. Three of the guard's face a charge of manslaughter, seven face charges of criminal negligence causing death after the altercation in November of 2019 Enoch was taken to as segregated unit where he was pronounced dead. He had been in protective custody at the time of his death. The names of the guards have not been released. But there were eight men and two women and all had been in prison awaiting of first degree murder trial. He had been accused of killing an 88 year old woman in her home in Happy Valley. Goose Bay, Newfoundland in July of 2016. Lawyer, Bob Buckingham is representing an ox family. They're considering a civil suit over the death. Buckingham welcome the actions taken against the correctional officers, but he's also raising questions about what he calls special treatment given to the officers charged. Police did not include the officers identities when they were arrested or under what conditions they were released. Buckingham says. It's a boring that they've been released under police imposed conditions and that their names have not been made public. Buckingham has also been calling for a public inquiry into him. Jokes Death for national native News I'm damn carpet Chuck President elect Joe Biden's choice to be. Treasury Secretary Janet Yellen collected more than $7 million in speaking fees in the last years from major financial firms and tech giants, including city Goldman Sachs and Google. That's according to financial disclosure forms filed this part of her nomination. Community groups will rally in Philadelphia next Monday, demanding that President elect Biden canceled all federal student loan debt and amount that exceeds $1.5. Trillion. Andrea Sears reports Student ID Community groups will rally outside President elect Joe Biden's Philadelphia headquarters on Monday to demand that he canceled all federal student debt on His first day in office. Organizes of the rallies say Philadelphia was instrumental in securing Biden's victory at the polls. Now, after months of unemployment brought on by the pandemic, many have to choose between paying their debts or keeping a roof over their heads and food on the table. Lauren Horner with the P A debt collective says canceling student debt would relieve some of the burden on people who have gone months without paychecks. Philly residents have much higher debt loads when average of over 37,000 And in many graduate and other major cities, especially are black and Brown borrowers fighting back legislation that would cancel the 1st $10,000 of federal student loan debt but has not supported a Democratic resolution urging him to eliminate more. That resolution, proposed by Massachusetts Senator Elizabeth Warren and Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer of New York would cancel up to $50,000 of student debt per borrower. But Horner insists that still wouldn't be enough. You can't go off All of the debt. We're doing a much bigger and bolder statement, and it would keep $11.6 billion in the pockets of over 300,000 Philadelphia, where some particular nationally 45 million Americans owe more than $1.5. Trillion on student loans. Biden call's it questionable whether he'll have the executive power to cancel even $50,000 of student loan debt. Per Horner insists Congress gave that authority to the secretary of Education, a presidential appointee. Decades ago. Basically, with a sign of a pen, the $1.5 trillion of federal student loans can be canceled. But we're simply demanding that biting uses power that he already possesses. To push the forward student debt is one factor contributing to the racial wealth gap and that canceling it would help reduce wealth inequality. Or Keystone State News connection. I'm Andrea Sears. President Trump has vetoed a bill that would have gradually ended the use of large mesh drift Gill nets that air exclusively employed in federal waters off the coast of California. Trump said the bill would have increased reliance on imported seafood. The bill was sponsored by California Senator Dianne Feinstein and Republican West Virginia Senator Shelley Moore Capito, Feinstein said Trump's speech Oh ensures that more whales, dolphins, sea turtles and other marine species will be needlessly killed. Thanks for joining us on the.

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Sheryl Sandberg and Jack Dorsey handle congressional hearing

Pacifica Evening News

02:59 min | 4 years ago

Sheryl Sandberg and Jack Dorsey handle congressional hearing

"And Twitter executives assured congress today that they're working hard to root out foreign attempts to interfere in US and other elections, and they pledged to better protect their social networks against manipulation during the two thousand eighteen midterm elections, and beyond Facebook's, number two executive Sheryl Sandberg. And Twitter's CEO Jack Dorsey testified before the Senate intelligence committee this morning, but Google parent company. Alphabet refused to send its top Representative the hearings come just two months before the midterm elections. President Trump has charged without evidence. That's Witter is biased against Republican views. Twitter denies the claims Twitter. Ceo, Jack Dorsey read, a statement acknowledging the company was unprepared for the scale of cyber campaign by Russia and other state-backed. Hackers abuse harassment troll, armies propaganda through bots and human. Nation misinformation campaigns and divisive filter bubbles. That's not a healthy public square. Worse. A relatively small number of bad faith actors were able to gain Twitter to have an outsized impact Sandberg's appearance came several months after Facebook CEO, Mark Zuckerberg, testified at highly publicized Capitol Hill hearings. She also acknowledged Facebook's lag and recognizing Russian efforts to manipulate Facebook during and after the two thousand sixteen presidential election Sandberg said the company has doubled its safety insecurity staff among other efforts to deal with the problem better machine, learning and artificial intelligence have enabled us to be more proactive in finding abuse in the first three months of two thousand eighteen alone over eighty five percent of the violent content. We took down or added warning labels to was identified by our technology before it was reported is are expensive investments at that will not stop us because we know they're critical. Our first line of defense. Hence is finding and shutting down fake accounts the source of much of the NFL actively we see on Facebook. Committee chairman Republican North Carolina. Senator Richard Burr says coming up with solutions will be difficult because new technologies have made it easy for bad actors to exploit of Reese -ociety civil liberties to try and harm it. There's no clear and easy path forward we understand the problem, and it's a first amendment issue. We cannot regulate around the first amendment, but we also cannot ignore the challenge. I'm confident that working together we can find a solution and a path forward that will only make a stronger more connected. More prepared to face down those who seek to weaken our democracy. Thirteen Russians were indicted by special counsel, Robert Muller this year on charges of taking part in a plot. To disrupt the two thousand sixteen election by creating fake social media accounts that pushed divisive

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US Judge Blocks Deportation of Indonesian Christians

Pacifica Evening News

02:09 min | 4 years ago

US Judge Blocks Deportation of Indonesian Christians

"Federal appeals court has, intervened to stop. The Trump administration from deporting an asylum, seeker from Indonesia Although the man has lived in this country for ten years he was. Detained at his last regular check in meeting with immigration officials and threatened. With deportation Andreas ears reports a federal appeals court in Boston is ordered. A review of a bureau of immigration appeals ruling that denied. A rehearing to a man seeking asylum interests see hotel is one of hundreds who have fled anti-christian oppression in Indonesia he's been allowed to stay in the US for well over a decade but last September that has regular check in with immigration officials he was detained without warning and threatened with deportation volunteer lawyers rallied to oust. The federal court of appeals to intervene Andrea Kramer who handled the case, in the appeals court says it is extremely rare for a federal court to order a review of an, immigration ruling significant because the immigration appeals DIA really. Had given short shrift I've said court said it didn't really consider the record Christians in Indonesia Been, attacked and murdered but the Trump administration argued that general conditions don't prove that the persecution or. Torture of individuals who fled would be immediate or likely if. They returned other Indonesian Christians living in the US face similar deportation threats to remain two conditions must be. Met the first is a finding the conditions in their home country you've. Gotten worse a finding Kramer says the court has basically settled for now. They don't all have the same burden in showing change currency. Conditions they will just need to show individualized fear persecution she adds while the persecution of Christians in Indonesia has fluctuated conditions has seriously deteriorated in the past few years but Kramer points out that's ho- tanks cases far from over the board of immigration appeals now has to take a second more thorough look at the record and. Determine whether there's changed conditions on an individualized restrict persecution if it does Missa her twin gets another assignment she says that process could take

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