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Officers, medics indicted in 2019 death of  Elijah McClain

AP News Radio

00:51 sec | 9 months ago

Officers, medics indicted in 2019 death of Elijah McClain

"Three police officers near Denver into paramedics have been indicted on manslaughter and other charges in the death of a black man Allisha McLean two years ago a nine one one call was received in Aurora Colorado that McLean looks suspicious all I'm going to change Klein told officers he was just different and didn't have a gun McLean was put in a chokehold injected with powerful sedative Attorney General Phil Weiser says macleans memory will live on as a blessing after his death Colorado continues to lead on law enforcement accountability claims mother Shaneen says her son believed humanity matters that are still working are going to lose their job there's a possibility of all this and the Aurora police association says there was no evidence the officers caused McLain's death I'm a Donahue

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Colorado grand jury will investigate death of Elijah McClain

Broncos Country Tonight

00:30 sec | 1 year ago

Colorado grand jury will investigate death of Elijah McClain

"To move forward in the transition. And Colorado Attorney General Phil Weiser says he's decided to open a grand jury investigation into the death of 23 year old Elijah McLean. The move gives the attorney general the ability to compel testimony and require production of documents and other relevant information. The claim died from cardiac arrest. After being stopped by Aurora police in August 2019. He was on his way home from a convenience store. He was reportedly restrained with a choke hold and paramedics sedated him with a large dose

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"attorney general phil" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

01:41 min | 1 year ago

"attorney general phil" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"Away news. Radio time is too old to Governor. Pola says officials are still investigating what could be the state's second case of the new Corona virus strain. Holder says scientists have not yet confirmed whether the case is the UK variant, which was first reported in the state earlier this week. We have to get the second case, which has not been definitively identified. The virus has markers for the variant is somebody in the same chain of exposure? It's another guardsmen, so you have two that were potential each other, so we have not found other isolated, non connected incidents of this very bad. At least two other states have also reported their first cases of the new strain. Colorado attorney General Phil Wiser wants everyone to know that the covert 19 vaccine is free and told Kay away news radio that any attempts to sell you a vaccine or sell an appointment to get the vaccine are a scam Cameras do when they know that people have hopes or fears. They prey on that and get people to give up their hard earned money. So we put out this advisory. The short of it is Some reaches out you affirmatively saying they'd get your vaccine Don't fall for it. It's a scam If you believe you've been victimized by a covert 19 vaccine scam, witness a retailer, cell or attempt to sell a non FDA approved vaccine. Our witness other suspicious activity, Please report it to the Colorado Attorney general's office at stop fraud. Colorado dot gov. With the Broncos set to win only five or six games this season. Some have speculated head coach Vic Fangio might not keep his job. But on Ko is Logan and Lewis Show On Thursday, guest host Brandon Crystal asked GM John Elway that question and got this answer. Is that the expectation at this point, Vic Fangio and the majority of the staff will be back. Is that your plan? Yes. Yep, That is so no head coaching change for the Broncos this offseason. The Broncos finish out the.

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"attorney general phil" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

02:44 min | 1 year ago

"attorney general phil" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"The Cal wood fires towards more than 8700 acres and is 15% contained. The fire is centered about three miles north of Jamestown and 26 homes have been lost. You know, I'm honestly at a loss of words. It's surreal. It doesn't feel riel. We can't go back to our house. Our property, this woman and her family lost their home to the blaze. Not too far away. The left hand cannon fire started yesterday. Larry Helmerich from the Rocky Mountain Area Coordination Center says people still need to be cautious because the fire danger It's still so high. We haven't had a lightning strikes in a long time. And most of these fires are under investigation. So we asked people Toby, Please be careful when you're out Recreation because we don't know what causes them. But if there's no lightning that I think I know that leads us And elevated fire, danger and air quality alert are in effect today. Meanwhile, Joe Biden's linking the fires in Colorado to climate change. He released a statement today and he contends the camera peak and Cal wood fires indicate climate change poses quote and emitted existential threat to our way of life. Statement goes on to say that he and his wife, Jill quote are keeping Colorado in our thoughts. The Bidens also praised first responders for their work and fighting those fires. Votre service and polling centers across the state are now open for the November 3rd general election. That means Colorado's Khun vote or drop off their ballots in person. Already early voting the state has been massive with over 640,000 ballots returned. The pandemic is one of the reasons and ABC News contributor Yvette Simpson thinks there might be another reason. Folks are worried about voter suppression, and they should be, and that's one of the reasons why I think Democratic voters air going out really, really early because they don't trust the male. They don't trust all these changing rules that are still happening in states as people are voting. Colorado Attorney General Phil Weiser is issued a public advisory about voting and voter intimidation. You can't just show up at a polling center to observe the process, Poll watchers have to be registered with local clerk and recorders office. Well, here's your chance to own a piece of an amusement park Lollypop Park in Centennial is permanently closed because of the pandemic. Its rides will now be auctioned off Wednesday morning at 10 30. Into our amusement part featured a 26 ft. Italian Made balloon Ferris wheel. A Rio Grande train ride Carousel, a teacup ride, a whip ride an antique funhouse mirrors. On Wall Street. The Dow's down for 30 the S and P 500 dropped about 57. NASDAQ is down 200 our next news updates at 2 30, I'm Tom Mustard on Koray News Radio. 8:50 A.m. and 94 1 FM. Listen, I have no time to slow down, so I need a stand far that can keep up with my job, My kids my.

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"attorney general phil" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

01:45 min | 1 year ago

"attorney general phil" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"One Reverse mortgage broker Dodgers with their win last night improved to 21 7 on the road this year. It is the best road record in all of baseball. And right now they have the second best road winning percentage off all time at 7 50, the only one better The 1906 Chicago Cubs at that season, they went 59 15. On the road. A 7 97% tough to beat him at Dodger Stadium and this year been just decided to beat him on the road. But that's what the Rockies will look to do tonight. We'll have starting line ups for Game three. Coming up next on the chaos. Iraqis radio network. Here's the latest from K O K News radio, a demonstration downtown today, blasting police departments across the country type of repression that we're seeing here in Denver is now being used in an effort to put down one of the largest protest movements in U. S history. Protesters want charges against five people dropped. Those people were arrested at a demonstration in Aurora in early July. The demonstration was for justice for Elijah McLane, who died after an altercation with police last summer. Today's rally was organized by the Party for Socialism and Liberation. Colorado Attorney General Phil Wiser. Speaking out about the late Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg, she was committed to justice committed to rigor and legal work. And committed to an honest engagement of ideas. Her ladyship justice, Scalia was.

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"attorney general phil" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

01:51 min | 1 year ago

"attorney general phil" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"US Corona virus death toll expected to suppress 200,000 this weekend You're listening to ABC News news radio time to go to Colorado Attorney General Phil Wiser speaking out about the late Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg. She was committed to justice, committed to rigor and legal work and committed to an honest engagement of ideas. Her ladyship justice, Scalia was legendary and justly celebrated for the ability of people to listen to each other and work together. Ginsberg died yesterday in Washington after a long battle with cancer wiser clerked for Ginsburg at the Supreme Court in the mid nineties. State officials say college students in Colorado need to act responsibly to reduce the spread of covert 19. This is not the time to have huge parties on at your sororities and Your fraternities and these off campus. House parties. Colorado executive director of Higher Education Angie Patrone. An outbreak of covert 19 has forced seeyou Boulder students to undergo a two week quarantine testing at sites near campus are showing a very high 16% positive rate. Meanwhile, other higher ed institutions are doing better. The entire community college system had only five cases last week. Fort Lewis College into Rango reports no cases in the past two weeks. Smoky skies will clear a bit today and likely. Mohr tomorrow. Today's forecast high right around 90 sports. The Nuggets try to even their Western Conference finals series with the Lakers in Game two tomorrow. Broncos GM John Elway encouraged with the play of second year quarterback Drew lock, You know, I talked to him after the game, and I thought he played well, and I'm still really excited about Drew. I think you did a nice job. Obviously, there's a couple of those that he missed that you wish you could have back, but that's gonna happen every once in a while. It's Elway spoke this week on Logan and Louis Broncos air in Pittsburgh to take on the Steelers tomorrow..

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"attorney general phil" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

01:53 min | 1 year ago

"attorney general phil" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"Rocky's thanks. Okay, 6 47 right now. On Colorado's Morning news. The US reported over 1000 new Corona virus deaths this past Tuesday. It's almost twice as many as the previous day. It's the first time in almost a week that the nation has reported over 1000 new deaths from covered 19 in a single day. Well, it appears Congress is still no closer to agreeing on another Corona virus Relief package, Republic. Congressman Jim Jordan. These programs saved and continue to save jobs. Eventually, though, the best way to stimulate an economy the absolute best way to stimulate and grow our economy is to let people go backto work. The Democrats say it's on the Trump Administration to doom or for Americans after the House passed 1/4 stimulus package last month, Ohio seeing a spike in covert 19 cases, and the governor thinks he knows why. We think that significant part of this is caused by our college is going back, as well as our grade schools and high school's going back. Verner Mike DeWine says that the state saw its largest increase in cases since late July. Colorado College is going online only for the rest of the fall because of several outbreaks. CC Co President Mike Edmunds says most students will need to be off campus by September. 20th. All classes are moving to remote delivery for the remainder of block one. Most classes will be in remote delivery for the remainder of the fall semester. International students in dire need, and those involved in hybrid classes may stay House Speaker Nancy Pelosi in some hot water after getting her hair done in San Francisco this week. The city does not allow salons to be open indoors. Fox News obtained a video of Pelosi scene with wet hair walking through the establishment without a mask, NBC News Radio's Dean Nuccio says. The owner of the Salon said the local ordinance does allow one customer inside at the time and Speaker Pelosi was the lone customer coming up. Why is Frontier airlines seeing a surgeon complaints? We talk with Attorney General Phil Wiser live about that next 6 54, but first traffic.

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"attorney general phil" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

01:57 min | 1 year ago

"attorney general phil" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"News and much more Colorado's attorney general announcing there's an additional investigation related to the death of a black man in police custody last year. In the Denver suburb of Aurora. Colorado. State Attorney General Phil Weiser says the investigation has been looking at the patterns and practices of the Aurora Police Department. Elijah Maclaine died nearly one year ago after its officers apparently subdued him with a choke hold. McClain's family is suing, saying the officers and paramedics that gave him a high drug dosage to calm him should be held accountable. Attorney General Weiser says the patterns and practices probe is separate from any inquiry into McLane's death, and we'll look at actions that may deprive people of their constitutional rights. Colonel Scott Fox News. Oklahoma's governor. Kevin stiff. He only governor in the country to come down with the Corona virus, says he has donated plasma to help other virus patients recover. Ohio's governor Mike DeWine, initially tested positive a week ago, but three subsequent tests have come back negative. So much has changed to the Corona virus pandemic, including the search for love, New York professional matchmaker, Samantha Daniels says People who are dating in person have to make some important decisions and have some decidedly unromantic conversations. You both decide jointly that you're both wearing a mask. If there's some chemistry and you're getting together again, then maybe the next time you don't wear a mask, But you're in conversation after that, about how you're being safe, Daniels As many people are now dating online unless satisfying but safer substitute for face to face dates. Gerry bombed Garden Fox News after a down day on Wall Street Tuesday. Asian stock markets are closing Wednesday mixed. Dow futures are trading about 160 points higher. Jack Callahan. This is.

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"attorney general phil" Discussed on AP News

AP News

11:20 min | 1 year ago

"attorney general phil" Discussed on AP News

"Hi Mike Rossi a reporting the Colorado Attorney General launches a civil rights investigation of a police department that's being sued there were 2 developments Tuesday related to the death last August of 23 year old Elijah McLain after he was detained by police in Aurora Colorado the claims parents filed a federal civil rights lawsuit saying in part they want to send a message that racism and brutality have no place in American law enforcement separately Colorado Attorney General Phil Weiser announced a civil rights investigation of the Aurora police department has been under way for several weeks that probe is separate from an investigation into the claims death that was ordered by Colorado governor Jared published last June hi my cross yep

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Colorado attorney general announces broader probe of police

AP News Radio

00:40 sec | 1 year ago

Colorado attorney general announces broader probe of police

"Hi Mike Rossi a reporting the Colorado Attorney General launches a civil rights investigation of a police department that's being sued there were two developments Tuesday related to the death last August of twenty three year old Elijah McLain after he was detained by police in Aurora Colorado the claims parents filed a federal civil rights lawsuit saying in part they want to send a message that racism and brutality have no place in American law enforcement separately Colorado Attorney General Phil Weiser announced a civil rights investigation of the Aurora police department has been under way for several weeks that probe is separate from an investigation into the claims death that was ordered by Colorado governor Jared published last June hi my cross yep

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"attorney general phil" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

01:51 min | 2 years ago

"attorney general phil" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"Grade class was presented with the gift during a parade to mark the end of the school year officials with the health care company said the bike donation was aimed at helping students stay active and fight off obesity Joe Biden says a hundred thousand for the virus deaths in the U. S. is a number that should never have been reached if the administration back to just one week early implement social distancing and do what it had to do just one week soon as many as thirty six thousand these tests when I'm in a hurry Biden has been very critical of the White House response to covert nineteen Colorado has joined a multi state lawsuit against the trump administration over rollback of fuel economy standards Attorney General Phil Weiser arguing that rule written rules regulating fuel emissions set up by the Obama administration and car manufacturers were working and did need to change what makes this world so offensive is this is not a rule where people could say it was a disconnect now this was a movie pass this was a promising path this was the future that we need but nonetheless we're seeing this action the change we can fuel economy standards from fifty five miles per gallon by twenty twenty five to forty miles per gallon Colorado's air quality control commission approving a statewide standard back in twenty eighteen and arrested over a hot pocket a homeless man in California says it was worth it he broke into a San Diego bank but apparently not to rob the place he claims he's just hungry and wanted to use their microwave he managed to heat up and eat to our pockets before police swarmed the outside coming up here on Colorado's morning news we're going to talk to the mayor of Cheyenne and talk about the cancellation of frontier days and how the town of Cheyenne has battled the corona virus will have a conversation with Marianne or coming up in just a moment your drive right now we check in with John Moore simply seem pretty slow drive coming out of a roar southbound.

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Supreme Court confronts 'faithless electors'

Mandy Connell

00:33 sec | 2 years ago

Supreme Court confronts 'faithless electors'

"The so called faithless electors case involving Colorado will be heard by the U. S. Supreme Court tomorrow in Colorado presidential electors in the electoral college are required to vote for the winner of the state election but in twenty twelve one elector wanted to cast a vote for Republican John case sick even though Hillary Clinton won the election that elect or was replaced by the secretary of state at issue is whether electors have a right to vote their choice or they can be bound by the state state Attorney General Phil Weiser will present arguments on behalf of Colorado jury bell Kaylee

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"attorney general phil" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

02:02 min | 2 years ago

"attorney general phil" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"Home orders in Denver and Colorado likely to be extended governor Poloz has a press conference scheduled for today at twelve forty five we will carry that live earlier today the Surgeon General said the White House coronavirus guideline should be interpreted as a national stay at home order meanwhile northern California is strengthening its stay home order stay at home order will now be in place until at least early may and with that some new rules all playgrounds dog parks and picnic areas have to be closed most construction is now banned and funerals are limited to just ten people Max ABC's Alex stone the controversy over whether to wear a mask during this pandemic has been around since the beginning U. S. Surgeon General Dr Jerome Adams shares his thoughts if you wear a mask it doesn't protect you from my disease what it does is protect me from your disease and so we recommend that people who are sick wear a mask we recommend that people who are around someone who's covered positive wear a mask but do not recommend that the general public wears masks as a protective mechanism here in Colorado the amount of cases coronaviruses hit nearly three thousand with close to seventy deaths more than five hundred had to be hospitalized number of covert nineteen scams is also on the rise state Attorney General Phil Weiser told Colorado's morning news that scammers come out whenever there is fear and will prey on those fears about yours right now is there a cure can people get it actually can people get tested those are obvious scams and then the other thing that happens is price gouging people say oh also you hand sanitizer bomb to sell you three times as much as what a reputable sellers selling but who might not have in stock right now and the final thing that issues around response sometime people promised refunds and they don't deliver them on those in the main complaints we've gotten so far you think you've been a victim of a scam go to stop fraud Colorado dot gov our next news updates at eleven thirty I'm Chuck Clark K. O. A. news radio eight fifty AM and ninety four one FM we are all in this together in these unprecedented times as an essential service provider we here at Colorado farm bureau insurance want our customers.

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"attorney general phil" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

02:05 min | 2 years ago

"attorney general phil" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"All plays out Attorney General Phil Weiser thanks for the few minutes we got with you in studio good to see you I always enjoy it thanks guys right now taking a drive checking in with John Morris on the super Tuesday previously brought on the roads right hang on I got a spam call okay yeah we're doing pretty good on the road as far as accidents were not doing very good as far as the number of cars in our way it is a very very proud to drive everybody all at work this morning and all your high we show plus the sun is coming up at the worst possible time in your drive the last week of pain before we hit time changes we get all your drive this warning on I. seventy at Holly there's a crash there sounds like it is westbound I. seventy Holly so coming over from two seventy that's going to be heavy drive your already heavy on your eastbound I. seventy drive from Sheridan over I. twenty five and out past Brighton that's that bright sunny your way eastbound six W. still heavy as you make your way past what's worth that because of an earlier crash at federal that what eastbound I. seventy drive over the website itself pretty crowded through the that area and then you got a crash on the ramp from westbound C. four seventy two eastbound I. seventy that just got clear Richard back to back to Alameda downtown very heavy I twenty five and I. seventy your wardrobe well G. two five is also real loaded up to seventy five seventy six in the conversation area westbound boulder turnpike started heavy down from Sheridan a past honored for church ridge and on up toward the Brookfield area this report is sponsored by napa auto parts they believe every driver deserves quality parts that's why you could do it yourself for the napa auto parts store or have it done for you at an apple auto care center either way that snapping LOL next update in ten minutes on KO eight fifty eight ninety four one FM this is an I heart radio station K. away newsradio eight fifty eight AM ninety four one the voice of Colorado this time straight up eight o'clock on this super Tuesday super weather forecast for the rest of the week fox thirty one pinpoint whether we're thirty two on our way to a high in the mid fifties sixties after that.

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"attorney general phil" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

01:35 min | 2 years ago

"attorney general phil" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"News radio's mark Mayfield reporting seven forty nine right now coming up on caller this morning as I should say in a few moments for me to talk with Colorado Attorney General Phil Weiser joins us in studio here in a moment trade out your drives to check in with John Morris the police activity slowing down that ramp from southbound I. twenty five two hundred and forty this morning are you also got a very crowded drive all the highways loaded up with traffic eastbound I. seventy are your heavy from Sheridan into downtown east found six Feb you will not forget playing the pressured federal is gone are your eastbound C. four seventy drive heavy across highlands ranch he's down to eighty five loaded up for Sheridan all the way through the Inglewood area and over the I. twenty five your cell but I twenty five drive very heavy out of downtown and that carries all the way down into the tech center are your drive this morning is a very small one coming to two five Parker road Arapahoe everything loaded up with traffic all right now not a lot of problems they clear the crash on the ramp from westbound C. four seventy on the eastbound I. seventy that's gone the cleaning up or crash highway seven and go back up on the north side this report is sponsored by Lowe's do it right and save five percent every day by shopping at Lowe's in store or online save five percent on eligible purchases just by using your lows advantage card do it right for let's start with lows subject to credit approval can't be combined with other credit offers exclusions apply see store for details U. S. only next update in ten minutes on gateway eight fifty a a ninety four one of them you're listening to Colorado's morning news later today at noon it's Mandy Connell on ko eh the voice of Colorado.

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"attorney general phil" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

02:06 min | 2 years ago

"attorney general phil" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"Away fox thirty one pinpoint whether a dry and mild Monday a high fifty degrees currently we're at thirty three in Denver a day off for some but a day of service is this year's theme for Martin Luther king day they're doing it Kaiser Permanente eight more than two hundred employees skipping their regular work working instead at nearly twenty local non profits Ellen weaver with KP says it's about more than just health care providing people with nutritious food through an organization like grow house is directly related to the health of our communities find out more it sparked the change dot org an outbreak of the deadly virus that's prompted screenings at some US airports is now spreading in China and beyond Chinese officials confirming dozens of new cases today in more cities including Shanghai and Beijing South Korea also reported its first confirmed case the CDC began screening all passengers arriving in New York San Francisco and Los Angeles from Wuhan China last week federal health officials say the virus belongs to the same family of corona viruses as sars which killed about eight hundred people during a global outbreak nearly two decades ago Colorado's a so called faithless elector case is heading to the U. S. Supreme Court it revolves around it Michael baka he's the elector that tried to vote for another candidate instead of Hillary Clinton in twenty sixteen that's despite Clinton winning the popular vote in Colorado state Attorney General Phil wiser says Baca's removal was justified it comes down to what are the roles of the state in the electoral college and they said the constitution specifies that they have the ability to appoint electors as they see fit and we're gonna be taking that issue up this record wiser spoke today on Colorado's morning news the tenth circuit court of appeals sided with baka two police officers in Hawaii are dead after a shooting in Honolulu police chief Susan Ballard said the officers were responding to a call of a woman who'd been stabbed initial responding officer found a female who.

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"attorney general phil" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

01:38 min | 2 years ago

"attorney general phil" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"Which is what I expect it will indeed set the rules of the road for the twenty twenty election in any elector who is picked we'll know going in this record is either said you're a free agent which would be either side winning or if we win the cow to Los stays in force doctors have to do with it that they would all right true sounds like Colorado Attorney General Phil wiser thanks for the few minutes we got within a happy holiday you too April enjoy thank you seven fifty nine in Colorado's morning news as we head back outside in sex drive right John Morrissey later out there this morning are you seeing any accidents axis primarily on the south side of town for some reason your side I haven't had a lot of accidents real slow about that very light traffic you say but we got to cry southbound Havana at Getty which is right there at the big Kerr were Havana becomes a Hampton also northbound I. twenty five approaching C. for seventy that crash was in the right way your two to five drivers got better they moved to crash south of two to five after the spill way that was been moved over to the right shoulder so that's out of there that's good news you've still got that medical emergency southbound said of it I will I still got AI seventy closed eastbound at the base of Floyd hill that because of sunshine while others have a holiday the sun takes No holiday this report is sponsored by ruby Tuesday there is a back at ruby Tuesday stop it for fresh grilled veggies trip or chicken feed as well as seven ninety nine great flavors at a great price only for a limited time only at ruby Tuesday next update ten minutes on gateway eight fifty AM and ninety four one FM money on the hours away has your shot in one thousand dollars right now why do you wear it changed to two.

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Report documents decades of abuse by Colorado's Catholic priests

Radio Specials

00:52 sec | 2 years ago

Report documents decades of abuse by Colorado's Catholic priests

"Colorado's Attorney General released a sweeping report on child sex abuse in the Catholic Church Colorado public radio is Allison sherry has details from Denver the report found over the course of several decades more than a hundred and sixty Colorado kids were abused by forty three priests many of those priests are now dead but some were transferred to other parishes around the country with no punishment Carter Attorney General Phil wiser it's unimaginable and the most painful part for me was that we have had stories told us victims coming forward and they weren't supported the report is sharply critical of how the church continues to keep track of priests and records of abuse Catholic Church officials in Colorado say they will embrace recommendations for reform including appointing an independent monitor for NPR news I'm Alison sherry in

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"attorney general phil" Discussed on Go West, Young Podcast

Go West, Young Podcast

11:12 min | 2 years ago

"attorney general phil" Discussed on Go West, Young Podcast

"In Denver in just a minute we're going to talk to Colorado Attorney General Phill Wiser about how states in Vail Colorado but first a quick news update that's appropriate for an episode all about law and order a federal judge just put a hold on the trump administration sage house plans here with us to help sort out is native cover a familiar voice if you have been listening to this podcast for Awhile Nigga is the vice president for public lands and senior policy counsel at the National Audubon Society NATO is also the lawyer I call up I whenever I need to understand public land's issue so Nigga what just opened with the sage grouse and how big a deal is it well it's a very big deal if it was the right season to sage grouse would be out there dancing not just on the season a court in Idaho just enjoined or put on hold the amendments that the trump administration put in place to the range wide the plans that had been in effect to conserve the greater sage grouse these were plans that effectively kept the bird off of the endangered ABC's list because they were so meaningful in conserving the habitat conserving the bird and providing a path forward so the in the plans then these are the ones that were put in place in two thousand fifteen what one of the ironies in this case is that the the plaintiffs originally filed this case against the Obama Administration but then things shifted obviously right these plaintiffs originally brought a lawsuit to improve two thousand fifteen plants notably they wanted them wrapped in place felt they could be stronger they were very clear on that but in the interim this administration came into place and the reason we've talked before is there's been a theme here of anything the last administration put in place that even smelled a tiny smidge of conservation has been undone or weakened and came in and despite how the broad support bipartisan support across the West for these plans came in and tried to weaken them through these amendments so when they were put in place the plaintiffs that already had this case going just updated it to try to undo these plans but in this case they weren't just talking to strengthen they were seeking to stop them and they went to the extraordinary step of seeking an injunction to basically put them on an immediate hold and that's a pretty high bar for a judge to then three yes we're going to put these trump administration plans on hold I mean give us a sense of how how hard a bar that is for for a judge to then come in and say it's a really high bar that courthouse to find that there's a substantial likelihood the plane going to succeed on the merits of their claims on also that they would be irreparably harmed without an injunction and yes that's legal ease but you'll have to agree I have to take my word that's a very high standard it's it's over and above just bringing a lawsuit so these planes had a lot to show across all of these states what's the next step here more appeals or hitting on t to a trial well we've seen already the BLM saying they want their they want their plans back So we I think could see appeal but I don't see that being successful I mean the judge was very clear he there's a lot of documentation and his decision about all the reasons that these plans don't pass muster I mean I think he said it really well he said the effect on the ground was to substantially reduce protections for sage grouse without any nations that the reductions were justified at really says it all and I think that decisions going to stand in the meantime there's a lot of Lee sales that can't go forward and a lot of lease sales that happened that are gonNA have to be looked at now all right native culver with National Audubon Society thank you so much as always for your insight and implying legal analyst for us here on the podcast thanks for having me our guest this week is the attorney general of the Great State of Colorado feel wiser is one of the state agee's leading the charge against the trump administration's anti public land's policies he's also the former dean of the University of Colorado law school he served has an assistant attorney general in the US Department of Justice he clerked for Justices Byron White and Ruth Bader Ginsburg at the US Supreme Court and he is here with us in the CWC offices today Phil Wiser welcome to the podcast. It's awesome to be here so you have been on the job for about ten months give us a sense I in what the Attorney General's Office does who do you represent how do you decide when to take a case on let me answer that question a couple of ways I there's three parts of the job and they relate together I I need to make legal decisions on a range of issues from protecting your land air and water to consumer protection constitutional law I have been so fortunate to live a life that I've had such exposure to rich issues as a practitioner is a scholar teacher so thinking about legal issues for me is kind of bread and butter and obviously one of the core challenges we have and really it's true north is figuring out what's the right answer and to do the right thing to protect Colorado's number two I've had organization of five hundred people this is a team effort literally I can't decide lots and lots itself I need to have people who are thoughtful who are creative or hard working to develop the important work that goes into our product so yes make legal decisions but actually a bigger job is I am the leader of an organization helping to set the cultural norms the core values and really overall visually organization we can talk more about that two third and this may be the most awesome at the three jobs I represent all the people of Colorado I am elected by the people of Color auto to serve them into protect them using the law so I make a real effort to get out to learn from people to listen so that as I think about the work we're doing is I lead the office I do the people call it a mind so that's in a way my three basic lenses which is what serves the people of Colorado and learning from people the core part of the job second getting the best minds in team working together with other people in auto to decide how to do and then ultimately use my best judgment so give us a sense then of what that startup is like you come on the job in January you're inheriting a I assume a large number of career attorneys and staff but you also then have an opportunity to bring on some folks of your own how do you how do you pick and how do you build a team like that so you hit the ground running so let me also answer this the couple different ways I viewed the campaign is a learning experience during the campaign I didn't actually get a lot of exposure the five hundred people in the office so that pieces we're going to focus on a minute but I did think about the issues a lot and I did get all around the state and listen and learn from people so when I took office it wasn't like Robert Redford and the candidate for those remember that movie which is what now no I had a series of plans that I had thought through articulated such that a lot of people say Phil you're doing what you said with my answer is yes that's why I ran because I want to the job and I had some well developed ideas about the job what is important about the transition though is the five hundred people they are the core of what we're doing and my leadership responsibilities with that team is fundamental to whether I can be successful in not so we had a transition that was really devised on learning about the office and learning about the leadership I've got twenty or so people in the top leadership team all of whom I picked to help lead with our vision and values and we had transition teams that went into each section interviewed people section outside help us bring the right leaders so the natural resources section for example Amy Betty is our deputy and she came from leading the way Order Trust here in Colorado has strong background in water law environmental protection I'd actually met her on the campaign trail when she was running to be a member of the State House you didn't win her race but we got to be friends and now we get to work on these issues I also have taken seriously just learning from the people who were there and I will tell you one piece of the transition in that has been heartwarming is there were some really painful tensions particularly on these issues around public health environmental issues with my predecessor and the prior governor there's initiation and it was not a healthy dynamic and that was I suppose we should point out a democratic governor Republican Attorney General Prior and so now you do have a democratic Gov- democratic a g I'd imagine that makes it somewhat easier to to work across offices yes I think your point is well underscoring that when you have this different philosophy leading the Attorney General's office and leading the governor's administration you are playing what could be interest game and that actually played out around a couple of issues yeah the clean power plan we'll talk about a little bit the methane rule and what that did was fractured nations between clients and the lawyers work with them and one of the goals I had coming in once I sort of got a sense of this as hey I want to help make clear we are all on the same team too the other and I want to build processes where clients are going to be heard listen to respected where our lawyers feel empowered to work for their clients so I've actually brought in a number of our partners people like Jill Ryan Colorado Department of Health Environment People like Dan gipps who's the head of the permanente resources and we've had to to your work with with Dan Gibbs and your work on conservation the end the environment there is obviously a whole lot going on right now as we just heard I'm native their Sagebrush Gr- sage grouse issues there's all sorts of issues with the trump administration that we are seeing states lead on so how do you decide with limited time limited resources how does a state step in and how do you decide okay we're going to take on the trump administration on issues XYZ so during the campaign I was a close observer of these issues and particularly because there were these conflicts with my predecessor and then governor Hickenlooper let me talk about with the situations that I really addressed quite early on and continue to be issues I the clean power plan there's a case called Massachusetts versus EPA it's an important case because it recognizes the authority of State agee's to represent their states and argue important positions before the US Supreme Court in that case it said the EPA has an obligation to address carbon carbon dioxide as harmful to.

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"attorney general phil" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

02:00 min | 2 years ago

"attorney general phil" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"Insinuating the fire the fire firefighters first arrived on scene they thought they had a building fire but soon extinguish the fire to reveal only minor damage to the exterior of the building Colorado's Attorney General Phil wiser says he is ready to defend the state's law limiting the size of gun magazines wiser self Colorado's ahead of the game when it comes to reducing now shooting because we have this limitation on magazine capacity the need for assault weapons ban a Colorado is not what it is lets say nationally or another state a lawsuit challenging Colorado's restrictions on the size of gun magazines is finally making its way to the state Supreme Court the current law prohibits the sale or transfer of magazines of more than fifty rounds wiser says even with the limitation the law holds in place people second amendment right to protect themselves today the Rockies and the Diamondbacks are playing an afternoon game afterwards field our next news updates at two thirty I'm Susan with Kim K. we newsradio eight fifty AM is ninety four one FM also accepting boats motorcycles R. V.'s and.

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"attorney general phil" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

01:58 min | 3 years ago

"attorney general phil" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"A day old baby taken from in Alamosa hospital by the infant's mother Lena Sandoval reportedly left the Alamosa hospital with her child yesterday she's described as a known drug user who avoided social services when she brought that baby to the hospital after it was born the baby has been found and is back in the hospital no word on the whereabouts of the mother as more states follow Colorado's lead and legalize marijuana there are increasing calls for the federal government to lift its ban on banking for the legal pot industry the idea is gaining steam among more and more lawmakers including Colorado Attorney General Phil wiser and Republican senator Cory Gardner because of the danger they say the current band creates for people in the marijuana industry the sky is not falling in Colorado instead what makes the current situation intolerable untenable is the disconnect between federal and state law during a Senate finance committee hearing today Gardner said a compromise needs to be found to allow states to act individually Conor Shreve K. away newsradio he's known as brexit Boris Anne's great Britain's new prime minister Boris Johnson says he will deliver the UK's departure from the European Union because that was the will of the voters in a referendum three years ago once again get you to believe in ourselves and what we could achieve like some slumbering giant we're going to rise and paying off the guy ropes of self doubt a negative Johnson succeeds Theresa may who put forward several brexit plans that parliament rejected the head of the FBI I says Russia is still trying to interfere in U. S. elections in the administration is gearing up for it we feel that we have significant resources devoted to foreign influence peace in the president's budget this currently up at before the Congress asked for additional resources to help us do that Christopher ray told the Senate Judiciary Committee that China is the greatest threat to US national security at the twenty twenty Olympics in Tokyo athletes will be the only ones on the field of competition Toyota has a robot that will retrieve things like shot pushing javelins Toyotas bringing several robots to the game.

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"attorney general phil" Discussed on Consumer Finance Monitor

Consumer Finance Monitor

02:20 min | 3 years ago

"attorney general phil" Discussed on Consumer Finance Monitor

"Use of non traditional tools. So I expect him to attempt to be very innovative. I expect him to also not be afraid to challenge the norms. For example. He's talked about trying to develop a program that will allow consumers to discharge student loan debt in bankruptcy amount. One of the things that struck me as you are giving sort of a sketch of the new attorney general's background is. Is this isn't a career politician? You've got someone who's been a legal practitioner or a law professor essentially his entire career. But one of the things that we sometimes see is defining about state attorneys. General is the idea that while they're attorney general they're preparing themselves for further political aspirations, what do we know about any potential further political aspirations if any of Mr. wiser good question and something I've asked myself quite a bit. We don't have any knowledge that he has plans beyond being the attorney general what we do know is he's very motivated and high energy person and we've seen in other states that people will use the position as attorney general as a springboard to be the governor or to run for governor. And what we also know is that a way an AG gets to be known is to have some wins against a big cut. Companies and pitch that in that it's done to protect consumers. So whether it's for aspirations to get notoriety of for protecting consumers or whether it's because that's how he intends to pursue the job. I n -ticipant that he will be come a very, very active attorney general and the consumer financing. Thanks very much for joining us today to talk about this volving situation in Colorado. And we'll certainly monitoring as it as we have the new attorney general begin activity in his new office. And we'll be reporting regularly on our blog about anything that happens. So I wanna thank you again for joining us and thanks to our audience for joining us as well. We'll have another great podcast for your next week. So we'll talk to you. Then.

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