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04:49 min | 2 years ago

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"Basic indoor plumbing. According to new report by water access group dig deep. The report finds that lack of clean water his vulnerable communities in the country particularly hard including the Navajo nation in the southwest and coal regions ends in McDowell. County West Virginia McDowell. County resident. Linda mckinney says people there have struggled for years for this basic human need facing polluted needed unreliable running water. She says the impoverished region doesn't have the tax base to fund improvements. I'm sixty three years old and it's been going on since I was born and it's now come to the point. where in a disaster mode because our water is contaminated mckinney says many people have to use rundown coal camp water her systems that were never kept up and then abandoned when coal companies folded? She says the water that runs through these systems when they run it all picks up contaminants emanates putting health and daily living in jeopardy for public news service. I'm Diane Bernard reporting a new interactive map from the National Wildlife Federation called unnatural. A natural disasters shows climate change in combination with other factors is putting at least one million plant and animal species around the world at risk of extinction according to Ed Perry with the Federation's Climate Crisis Campaign in Pennsylvania figures from last year show some of those impacts are hitting very close to home home. It's affected our state. Fish the brook trout and our state bird the rough grouse he says heavy rain destroys trout. Habitat and leave standing water where mosquitoes -squitoes can breed spreading West Nile virus. That kills many bird species there are economic impacts from climate change is well the federation's map says by October Tober. There had been ten weather and climate related events nationwide exceeding one billion dollars in losses in two thousand nineteen alone. I'm Andrea Sears. Reporting voting. This is peon us. According to the BBC The central Chinese government is responding to the landslide. Victory for Pro Democracy candidates in local local Hong Kong Council elections by stating that the city will always be ruled from Beijing and warning against further protests numerous. US List states are trying to impose work requirements on healthy adults in Medicaid. Waivers have been approved in six states nine or pending and three have been set aside by the courts words in Michigan. Healthcare advocates are now suing health policy analyst with the Michigan League for Public Policy. Ember Bella Zehr contends Medicaid should not be altered in a way that makes it punitive or ineffective folks are really already working and potentially have very legitimate reasons for why they are not working and this just ADDS an additional barrier that is not necessary estimates based on how similar work requirements played out in Arkansas. Show that between sixty one thousand and one hundred eighty. Three three thousand Michigan residents could lose coverage Mary. Sherman reporting farming and conservation groups in the Mid West are deeply concerned over. The unintended did impacts from the herbicide die. Cambe regulators in Arkansas recently relaxed the rules on its use and critic say it's damaging vulnerable crops trees and Wildlife Wildlife while they are calling for several changes in the regulations. The primary concern is with a one mile buffer zone placed on its use Dan Shyamalan conservation director with Audubon Abban. Arkansas says dicamba is causing significant damage outside that zone which he believes should be expanded. There was apparent I can the symptoms on native. Plant all across eastern Arkansas and a lot of the places where we found that damage was within up to two miles mark Richardson reporting in Illinois Observers Reserve especially concerned that native trees are collateral damage from Die Cambe retired Illinois state biologist. Martin Kemper says they're seeing injuries to dogwoods okay sick. Moore's and other native trees and plants. We're seeing a serious decline in the Health Ministry's and we've crossed the threshold mortality for some trees. Take a long time to grow any of the trees. Trees that are being injured are keystone species provide acorns or well. I've heard mystic very important food. Sources volunteers with one monitoring effort Illinois. Say they've they've documented. More than one hundred cases of off target herbicide damage to native trees as well as wildflowers and food crops. Willie Murphy might be eighty too but the Rochester New York grandmother can still dead lift more than two hundred pounds and works out every day at the local Y.. When a drunk twenty eight year old man Dan broke into her house? Murphy grabbed a table. She told a local news station she went to working on with it until it broke. Murphy says in in all she did such a number on him. He seemed happy when the police. EMT showed.

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04:04 min | 2 years ago

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"Since I was born and it's now come to the point where in a disaster mode because our watery contaminated mckinney says many people have to use rundown coal camp water systems that were never kept up and then abandoned when coal companies folded did. She says the water that runs through these systems when they run it all picks up contaminants putting health and daily living in jeopardy for public news service. I'm Diane Bernardo reported a new interactive map from the National Wildlife Federation called unnatural disasters shows. Climate change in combination with other factors is putting at least one million plant and animal species around the world at risk of extinction according to Ed Perry with the Federation's Climate Crisis Campaign in Pennsylvania Selena figures from last year show some of those impacts are hitting very close to home. It's affected our state. Fish the brook trout and our state bird word rough grouse. He says heavy rain destroys trout habitat and leave standing water where mosquitoes can breed spreading West Nile virus that kills many bird species. He's there are economic impacts from climate change as well. The federation's map says by October there had been ten weather and climate related events nationwide exceeding one one billion dollars in losses in twenty nineteen alone. I'm Andrea Sears. Reporting this is PMS. According to the BBC The central Chinese and he's government is responding to the landside victory for Pro Democracy candidates in local Hong Kong Council elections by stating that the city will always be ruled from Beijing and warning against further protests numerous. US states are trying to impose work requirements on healthy adults in Medicaid. Waivers have been approved in sixty nine or pending and three have been set aside by the cords in Michigan. Healthcare advocates are now suing health policy analyst. Enlist the Michigan League for public policy in Bella. Zehr contends Medicaid should not be altered in a way that makes it punitive or ineffective. Folks are really already working and potentially have very legitimate reasons for why they are not working and this just adds an additional barrier that is not necessary estimates based on how similar work requirements played out. Arkansas show between sixty one thousand and one hundred eighty three thousand Michigan residents could lose coverage Mary. Sherman reporting farming and conservation groups in the Mid West are deeply concerned over the unintended impacts from the herbicide die Cambe regulators in Arkansas recently absolutely relaxed the rules on its use critics say it's damaging vulnerable crops trees and wildlife while they are calling for several changes in the regulations the primary concern earn is with a one mile buffer zone placed on its use Dan showman conservation director with Audubon. Arkansas says dicamba is causing significant damage outside that zone which which he believes should be expanded. There was apparent. I can the symptoms on native plants all across Eastern Arkansas. And a lot of the places where we found that damage damage was within two miles mark. Richardson reporting in Illinois. Observers are especially concerned that native trees are collateral damage from Die Cambe retired Tired Illinois state biologist. Martin Kemper says. They're seeing injuries to Dr Woods. Oak Sycamore and other native trees and plants. We're seeing a serious decline in a health mini trees and we've crossed mortality for some trees. Take a long time to grow any of the oak trees that are being injured are keystone species. They provide declines for. Well I I nest or very important food. Sources volunteers with one monitoring effort Illinois say they've documented more than one hundred cases of off target herbicide damage to native trees freeze as well as wildflowers food. Crops Willie Murphy might be eighty two but the Rochester New York grandmother can still dead lift more than two hundred pounds pounds and works out every day at the local Y.. When a drunk twenty eight year old man broke into her house? Murphy grabbed a table. She told a local news news station..

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04:33 min | 2 years ago

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"Since I was born and it's now come to the point where we're in a disaster mode because our water contaminated mckinney says. Many people have to use rundown coal camp water systems that were never kept up and then abandoned Vanden when coal companies folded. She says the water that runs through these systems when they run it all picks up contaminants putting health and daily living in jeopardy for public public news service. I'm Diane Bernard reporting a new interactive map from the National Wildlife Federation called unnatural disasters shows. Climate change in in combination with other factors is putting at least one million plant and animal species around the world at risk of extinction. According to Ed Perry with the Federation's Climate Line that traces campaign in Pennsylvania figures from last year show some of those impacts are hitting very close to home. It's affected our state. Fish the Brook Trout Out In our state bird rough grouse he says heavy rain destroys trout habitat and leave standing water where mosquitoes can breed spreading West Nile virus. It kills many bird species. There are economic impacts from climate change as well. The federation's map says by October. There had been ten weather and climate related events nationwide exceeding one billion dollars in losses in twenty nineteen alone. I'm Andrea Sears. Reporting this is P. N. S. according into the BBC. The central Chinese government is responding to the landslide. Victory for Pro Democracy candidates in local Hong Kong Council elections by stating that the city will always be ruled from Beijing and warning against further protests numerous. US states are trying to impose work requirements on healthy healthy adults in Medicaid. Waivers have been approved in six dates nine or pending and three have been set aside by the courts in Michigan. Healthcare advocates are now suing health policy analyst with Michigan League for Public Policy. Ember Bella Zehr contends Medicaid should not be altered in a way that makes it punitive or ineffective folks are are really already working and potentially have very legitimate reasons for why they are not working and this just adds an additional barrier that is not necessary very estimates based on how similar work requirements played out in Arkansas. Show that between sixty one thousand one hundred. Eighty three thousand Michigan residents could lose coverage Mary. Mary Sherman reporting firming and conservation groups in the Midwest are deeply concerned over the unintended impacts from the herbicide die Cambe. Regulators in Arkansas recently relaxed the rules on its use and critics say it's damaging vulnerable crops trees and wildlife while they're calling for several changes in the regulations the primary concern with a one mile buffer zone placed on its use Dan Shammond conservation director with Audubon. Arkansas says dicamba is causing significant damage outside zone which he believes should be expanded. There was apparent. I- Cambe symptoms on native plants. All across eastern Arkansas and the law. The places places where we found that damage was within two miles. Mark Richardson reporting in Illinois. Observers are especially concerned that native trees are collateral all damage from Dyke Cambe retired Illinois state biologist. Martin Kemper says they're seeing injuries to dogwoods sick. Moore's and other native trees and plants. We're seeing a serious decline in the health of mini trees and we've crossed the threshold of mortality for some trees. Take a long time to grow. Any of the oak trees are being injured are keystone species provide orange for wildlife. Organised is very important food sources volunteers with one monitoring effort in Illinois. Say they've documented more than one hundred cases of off target herbicide damage to native trees as well as wildflowers and food crops. Willie Murphy Eighty two but the Rochester. New York grandmother can still dead lift more than two hundred pounds and works out every day at the local Y.. When a drunk twenty eight year old man broke into her house? Murphy grabbed a table. will she told a local news station. She went to working on him with it until it broke. Murphy says in all she did such a number on him. He seemed happy. The police in EMT showed up on Dan Hyman for public news service member and listener supported and online at public news service DOT. Org what what if we are to be prepared for it we must I shed our barely stand here without fear because I I.

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06:15 min | 2 years ago

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"Coast of Oregon and Northern California. Yeah then moving. East and changing to snow in the mountain west. More than two million Americans live without running water and basic indoor plumbing. According to a new report worked biwater access group dig deep. The report finds that lack of clean water his vulnerable communities in the country particularly hard including the Navajo. Oh nation in the southwest and coal regions in Mcdowell County West Virginia McDowell. County Resident Linda mckinney. Says people there have struggled for years for to this basic human need facing polluted unreliable running water she uses the impoverished region doesn't have the tax base to fund improvements. I'm sixty three years old and it's been going on since I was born and it's now come to the point. where in a disaster mode because our water is contaminated mckinney says many the people have to use rundown coal camp water systems that were never kept up and then abandoned when coal companies folded? She says the water that runs through these systems. uh-huh when they run it all picks up contaminants putting health and daily living in jeopardy for public news service. I'm Diane Bernard reporting a new interactive map up from the National Wildlife Federation called unnatural disasters shows climate change in combination with other factors putting at least one million plant and animal species. ABC's around the world at risk of extinction. According to Ed Perry with the Federation's Climate Crisis Campaign in Pennsylvania figures from last year show some of those impacts are hitting very close to home. It's affected our state. Fish the brook trout. In our state bird rough grouse he says heavy rain destroys. He's trout habitat and leave standing water where mosquitoes can breed spreading West Nile virus. That kills many bird species. There are economic impacts from climate change his well the federation's map says by October. There had been ten weather and climate related events nationwide exceeding one billion dollars in losses in twenty nineteen alone alone. I'm Andrea Sears. Reporting this is peon us. According to the BBC The central Chinese government is responding to the landslide. Victory four pro democracy candidates in local Hong Kong Council elections by stating that the city will always be ruled from Beijing and warning against further the protests numerous. US states are trying to impose work requirements on healthy adults in Medicaid. Waivers have been approved in six dates nine or pending pending and three have been set aside by the courts in Michigan. Healthcare advocates are now suing health policy analyst with Michigan League. Were Public Policy Amber Bellas Zehr contends Medicaid should not be altered in a way that makes it punitive or ineffective folks are really already working and potentially have very legitimate reasons for why they are not working and this just adds an additional barrier. That is not necessary. Estimates based on how similar work requirements played out in Arkansas. Show that between sixty one thousand one hundred. Eighty three thousand Michigan residents could lose coverage Mary. Sherman reporting forming and conservation groups in the mid in West are deeply concerned over the unintended impacts from the herbicide die Cambe. Regulators in Arkansas recently relaxed the rules on its use and critics say it's damaging vulnerable crops trees and wildlife while they are calling for several changes in the regulations. The primary concern is with a one mile buffer zone placed on. Its use Dan Simon Conservation director with Audubon. Arkansas says Campbell is causing significant damage outside that zone which he believes should be expanded airways apparent apparent. I can the symptoms on native plants all across Eastern Arkansas. And a lot of places where we found that damage was within up to two miles mark. Richardson reporting in Illinois. Observers are especially concerned that native trees are collateral damage from Dyke Cambe retired Illinois state. Biologists Martin Kemper. I says they're seeing injuries to dogwoods sick. Moore's and other native trees implants. We're seeing a serious decline in the health of mini trees. We've crossed the threshold of mortality thirty for some time to grow. Any of the trees that are being injured are keystone species provide the orange or well organised very important food sources volunteers. There's with one monitoring effort in Illinois say they've documented more than one hundred cases of off target herbicide damage to native trees as well as wildflowers and food. Crops Up's Willie Murphy Eighty two but the Rochester New York grandmother instill dead lift more than two hundred pounds and works out every day at the local Y.. Right when a drunk twenty eight year old man broke into her house. Murphy grabbed a table. She told a local news station. She went to working on him with it until it broke. Murphy says in all she did such a number on him he seemed happy when the police in. EMT showed up. I'm Dan Hyman for public new service S. member and listener supported and online at public. New Service Dot Org on this Thanksgiving Day edition of the program. Welcome into it and happy Thanksgiving to you. If you are in the United States other people elsewhere. I don't celebrate Thanksgiving so if you're outside of the United United States. It's just another day Canadians do it. But they do it on the wrong day. Do they really do it October. You know the weather's not so good up there so welcome to the program here you can. Of course take control of the airwaves and you can bring up whatever you want. That is the point here. Free Talk Live as we get settled into doing unusual episode of the show. It's unusual that mark. You're here because I usually it's Chris Friedman who heads up Thursday show right. We gave Chris the night off It is thanksgiving. And he's been doing thanksgiving episodes for the last couple of years. So this is the first Thanksgiving off years so and I'm normally on on Thursdays but I'm in the third seat which just kinda shuffled things around here and we actually have brought in special will guest host with us here tonight..

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04:09 min | 2 years ago

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"And basic indoor plumbing. According to a new report by water access group dig deep. The report finds that lack of clean water his vulnerable communities he's in the country particularly hard including the Navajo nation. In the South West and coal regions in McDowell. County West Virginia McDowell. County Resident Linda mckinney Kinney says people there have struggled for years for this basic human need facing polluted unreliable running water. She says the impoverished region doesn't have the tax base to fund improvements. I'm sixty three years old and it's been going on since I was born and it's now come to the point. where in a disaster mode? Because because water is contaminated mckinney says many people have to use rundown coal camp water systems that were never kept up and then abandoned when coal companies. He's folded. She says the water that runs through these systems when they run it all picks up contaminants putting health daily living in jeopardy for public news service. I'm Diane Bernard reported a new interactive map from the National Wildlife Federation called unnatural disasters shows. Climate change in combination with other factors. Actors is putting at least one million plant and animal species around the world at risk of extinction. According to Ed Perry with the Federation's Climate Crisis Campaign Gene in Pennsylvania figures from last year show some of those impacts are hitting very close to home. It's affected our state. Fish the brook trout and our state bird the rough grouse he says heavy rain destroys trout. Habitat and leave standing water where mosquitoes can breed spreading West Nile virus. That kills many bird species. There are economic impacts from climate change as well. The federation's map says by October there had been ten weather and climate related events. Nationwide exceeding seating one billion dollars in losses in twenty nine thousand nine alone. I'm Andrea Sears. Reporting this PMS. According to the BBC The central central Chinese government is responding to the landside victory for Pro Democracy candidates in local Hong Kong Council elections by stating that. The city will always always be ruled from Beijing and warning against further protests numerous. US states are trying to impose work requirements on healthy adults in Medicaid. Paid waivers have been approved. Six dates nine or pending and three have been set aside by the courts in Michigan. Healthcare advocates are now suing health policy. Elsie analyst with the Michigan League for Public Policy. Ember Bella Zehr contends Medicaid should not be altered in a way that makes it punitive or ineffective folks are really already working and potentially have very legitimate reasons for why they are not working and this just adds an additional barrier that is not necessary estimates based based on how similar work requirements played out in Arkansas. Show that between sixty one thousand and one hundred. Eighty three thousand Michigan residents could lose coverage Mary Sherman reporting farming and conservation groups in the Midwest are deeply concerned over the unintended impacts from the herbicide die Cambe regulators in Arkansas Ktar recently relaxed the rules on its use and critics say it's damaging vulnerable crops trees and wildlife while they're calling for several changes in the regulations the primary concern is with a one mile buffer zone placed on its use Dan Shaima and conservation director with Audubon. Arkansas says Campbell is causing significant damage outside that zone zone which he believes should be expanded. There was a parent. I can the symptoms on native plants all across Eastern Arkansas. And a lot of the places where we found the damage was within two miles. Mark Richardson reporting in Illinois. Observers are especially concerned that native trees are collateral damage from Dyke Campbell Retired Illinois state biologist. Martin Kemper says. They're seeing injuries to dogwoods Oak Sycamore and other native trees and plants. We're seeing a serious a decline in the health of mini trees and we've crossed the threshold of mortality for some. Do you take a long time to grow. Any of the oak trees that are being injured are keystone species for they provide declines or.

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04:23 min | 2 years ago

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"And basic indoor plumbing. According to a new report by water access group dig deep. The report finds that lack of clean water are his vulnerable. Communities in the country particularly hard including the Navajo nation in the southwest and coal regions in McDowell. County West Virginia McDowell l.. County Resident Linda mckinney. Says people there have struggled for years for this basic human need facing polluted unreliable. Running water. She says is the impoverished region doesn't have the tax base to fund improvements. I'm sixty three years old and it's been going on since I was born and it's now come to the point. We're in a disaster mode. Because our water contaminated mckinney says many people have to use rundown coal camp water systems. That were never kept up and then abandoned when coal companies folded. She says the water that runs through these systems when they run it all picks up contaminants putting health and daily living in jeopardy for public news service. I'm Diane Bernard reported a new interactive map from the National Wildlife Federation called unnatural disasters shows climate change change in combination with other factors putting at least one million plant and animal species around the world at risk of extinction. According to Ed Perry with the Federation's this climate crisis campaign in Pennsylvania figures from last year show some of those impacts are hitting very close to home. It's affected our state. Fish the brook trout. In our state bird rough grouse he says heavy rain destroys trout habitat and leave standing water where mosquitoes can breed spreading West Nile virus. Orissa kills many bird species. There are economic impacts from climate change as well. The federation's map says by October. There had been ten weather and climate related events nationwide exceeding one billion dollars in losses in twenty nineteen alone. I'm Andrea Sears. Reporting this is Peon S. According according to the BBC The central Chinese government is responding to the landslide victory for pro democracy candidates in local Hong Kong Council elections by stating dating that the city will always be ruled from Beijing and warning against further protests. Numerous US states are trying to impose work requirements on healthy adults in Medicaid. Waivers have been approved in six dates nine or pending and three have been set aside by the courts in Michigan. Healthcare advocates are now suing suing health policy analyst with Michigan League for Public Policy. Ember Bella Zehr contends Medicaid should not be altered in a way that makes it punitive or ineffective folks folks are really already working and potentially have very legitimate reasons for why they are not working and this just adds an additional barrier that is not necessary assery estimates based on how similar work requirements played out in Arkansas. Show that between sixty one thousand one hundred. Eighty three thousand Michigan residents could lose coverage Mary. Sherman reporting farming and conservation groups in the Midwest are deeply concerned over the unintended impacts from the Herbicide Dyke Cambe Regulators in Arkansas recently relaxed the rules on its use and critics say it's damaging vulnerable crops trees and wildlife while they're calling for several changes changes in the regulations. The primary concern is with a one mile buffer zone placed on its use Dan showman conservation director with Audubon. Arkansas says Campbell is causing significant perfect damage outside that zone which he believes should be expanded. There was a parent. I can the symptoms on native plants all across Eastern Arkansas and a lot all the places where we found that damage was within two miles mark. Richardson reporting in Illinois. Observers are especially concerned that native trees are collateral collateral damage from Die Cambe retired Illinois state. Biologists Martin Kemper says they're seeing injuries to dogwoods sick. Moore's and other native trees and plants dance. We're seeing a serious decline in the health of new trees and we've crossed the threshold of mortality for some time to grow any of the trees that are being injured are keystone species. They provide like the orange or wildlife. Ernest is very important. Food sources volunteers with one monitoring effort in Illinois. Say they've documented more than one hundred cases of off target target herbicide damage to native trees as well as wildflowers and food crops..

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04:01 min | 2 years ago

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"Basic indoor plumbing. According to a new report by water access group dig deep. The report court finds that lack of clean water his vulnerable communities in the country particularly hard including the Navajo nation. In the southwest and coal regions in Mcdowell County West Virginia McDowell county resident. Linda mckinney says people there have struggled for years for this basic human need facing polluted unreliable label running water. She says the impoverished region doesn't have the tax base to fund improvements. I'm sixty three years old and it's been going on since I was four and it's now come to the point. where in a disaster mode because our water is contaminated mckinney says many people have to use rundown coal camp water systems that were never kept up and then abandoned when coal companies folded? She says the water that runs through these systems when they run it all picks up contaminants putting health health daily living in jeopardy for public news service. I'm Diane Bernard reporting a new interactive map from the National Wildlife Federation called unnatural disasters. Astor's shows climate change in combination with other factors is putting at least one million plant and animal species around the world at risk of extinction. According into Ed Perry with the Federation's Climate Crisis Campaign in Pennsylvania figures from last year. Show some of those impacts are hitting very close to home. It's affected elected. Our state fish the brook trout and our state bird rough grouse he says heavy rain destroys trout habitat and leave standing water where mosquitos breed spreading West Nile virus that kills many bird species there are economic impacts from climate change as well the federation's map says by October there had had been ten weather and climate related events nationwide exceeding one billion dollars in losses in twenty nine thousand nine hundred alone. I'm Andrea Sears. Reporting this this is P. N. S.. According to the BBC The central Chinese government is responding to the landslide victory for pro democracy candidates in local Hong Kong Council elections by stating that the city will always be ruled from Beijing and warning against further protests. Numerous US states are trying to impose work requirements on healthy adults in Medicaid. Waivers have been approved in sixty nine or pending and three have been set aside by the courts in Michigan issued. Healthcare advocates are now suing health policy analyst with the Michigan League for Public Policy. Ambra Bella Zehr contends be altered in a way that makes it punitive or ineffective folks are really already working and potentially have very legitimate reasons for why they are not working and this just adds an additional snow barrier that is not necessary estimates based on how similar work requirements played out in Arkansas. Show that between sixty one thousand and one hundred. Eighty three thousand Michigan in residence could lose coverage Mary. Sherman reporting farming and conservation groups in the Midwest are deeply concerned over the unintended impacts from the herbicide Dyke Cambe regulators. Arkansas recently relaxed the rules on its use and critics say it's damaging vulnerable crops trees and wildlife while they are calling for several changes in the regulations. The primary concern is with a one mile buffer zone placed on its use Dan Shaima and conservation director with Audubon. Arkansas offices dicamba is causing significant damage outside zone which he believes should be expanded. There was apparent Cambe symptoms on native plants. All across across eastern Arkansas. And a lot of the places where we found that damage was within up to two miles. Mark Richardson reporting in Illinois. Observers are especially concerned that native trees are collateral damage from Dyke Cambe retired Illinois state biologist. Martin Kemp says they're seeing injuries to dogwoods Oak Sycamore. Moore's and other native trees and plants we're seeing a serious decline in the health of nutrients and we've.

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02:45 min | 2 years ago

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"Courts in Michigan. Healthcare advocates are now suing health policy analyst with the Michigan League public policy amber. Bella Zehr contends Medicaid should not be altered in a way that makes it punitive or ineffective. Folks are really already working and potentially have very legitimate reasons for why they they are not working and this just adds an additional barrier that is not necessary estimates based on how similar work requirements played out in Arkansas. Show that between sixty one thousand one hundred. Eighty three thousand Michigan residents could lose coverage Mary. Sherman reporting forming and conservation groups in the Midwest are deeply concerned over the unintended impacts from the herbicide die. Cambe regulators in Arkansas recently relaxed the rules on its use and critics say it's damaging volna real crops trees and wildlife while they're calling for several changes in the regulations. The primary concern is with a one mile buffer zone placed on. Its use Dan Shaima in in conservation director with Audubon. Arkansas says dicamba is causing significant damage outside zone which he believes should be expanded airways apparent. I Cam uh symptoms on native plants all across Eastern Arkansas and a lot of the places where we found that damage was within up to two miles mark. Richardson reporting being in Illinois. Observers are especially concerned that native trees are collateral damage from died Cambe retired Illinois state. Biologists Martin Kemper says. They're seeing seeing injuries to dogwoods Oaks sick. Moore's and other native trees and plants. We're seeing a serious decline in the health of mini trees and we've crossed the threshold of mortality for some. Did you take it a long time to grow. Any of the oak trees are being injured are keystone species. Provide the orange for wildlife are very important food sources volunteers with one monitoring wondering effort in Illinois. Say they've documented more than one hundred cases of off target herbicide damage to native trees as well as wildflowers and food crops. Willie Murphy might be eighty two but the Rochester New York grandmother can still dead left more than two hundred pounds and works out every day at the local Y.. When a drunk twenty eight year old man broke into her house? Murphy grabbed a table. She told a local news station. She went to working on him with it until it broke. Doc Murphy says in all she did such a number on him. He seemed happy when the police in. EMT showed up on. Dan Hyman for public news. Service member and listener sner supported and online at public new service DOT. Org Three seven. Three three with you in the studio tonight. It's IAN and Conan coming up the Mandela effect of the week. or rather in this case Conan's favorite of all the Mandela facts. He's come across will We'll get right into that but I..

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05:04 min | 2 years ago

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"Coast of Oregon and Northern California then moving east and changing to snow no in the mountain west more than two million Americans live without running water and basic indoor plumbing. According to new report by water access group dig deep. The report finds that lack of clean water his vulnerable communities in the country particularly hard including the Navajo nation in the southwest and coal regions agents in Mcdowell County West Virginia McDowell. County Resident Linda mckinney. Says people there have struggled for years for this basic human need facing polluted looted unreliable running water. She says the impoverished region doesn't have the tax base to fund improvements. I'm sixty three years old and it's been going on since I was born and it's now come to the point. Where in a disaster Mojo because our waterways contaminated mckinney says many people have to use rundown coal camp water her systems that were never kept up and then abandoned when coal companies folded? She says the water that runs through these systems when they run it all picks up contaminants nominates putting health and daily living in jeopardy for public news service. I'm Diane Bernard reported a new interactive map from the National Wildlife Federation called UNNATURAL UNNATURAL disasters shows. Climate change in combination with other factors is putting at least one million plant and animal species around the world at risk of extinction and according to Ed Perry with the Federation's Climate Crisis Campaign in Pennsylvania figures from last year show some of those impacts are hitting very close to home home. It's affected our state. Fish the brook trout in our state. Bird the rough grouse he says. Heavy rain destroys trout habitat and leave standing water where mosquitoes mosquitoes can breed spreading West Nile virus that kills many bird species there are economic impacts from climate change as well. The federation's map says by October October there had been ten weather and climate related events nationwide exceeding one billion dollars in losses in two thousand nineteen alone. I'm Andrea Sears. Reporting according this is according to the BBC The central Chinese government is responding to the landside victory for pro democracy candidates in local local Hong Kong Council elections by stating that the city will always be ruled from Beijing and warning against further protests numerous. US US states are trying to impose work requirements on healthy adults in Medicaid. Waivers have been approved in six states nine or pending and three have been set aside by the courts boards in Michigan. Healthcare advocates are now suing health policy analyst with the Michigan League for public policy in Bella. Zehr contends Medicaid should not be altered in a way that makes it punitive or ineffective. Folks are really already working and potentially have very legitimate reasons for why they are not working and this just ADDS an additional barrier that is not necessary estimates based on how similar work requirements played out in Arkansas. Show that between sixty one thousand and one hundred eighty. Three three thousand Michigan residents could lose coverage Mary. Sherman reporting farming and conservation groups in the Mid West are deeply concerned over the unintended ended impacts from the herbicide die. Cambe regulators in Arkansas recently relaxed the rules on its use and critic say it's damaging vulnerable crops trees and wildlife while they are calling for several changes in the regulations. The primary concern is with a one mile buffer zone placed on its use. Dan Shaima in conservation director with Audubon. Audubon Arkansas says dicamba is causing significant damage outside zone which he believes should be expanded. There was apparent I can the symptoms on native the plants all across eastern Arkansas and a lot of the places where we found that damage was within up to two miles. Mark Richardson reporting in Illinois Observers Reserve especially concerned that native trees are collateral damage from Dyke Cambe retired Illinois state. Biologists Martin Kemper says. They're seeing injuries to dogwoods. It's Oak Sycamore. And other native trees and plants. We're seeing a serious decline in the health of mini trees and we've crossed the threshold of mortality for some three. Take a long time to grow any of the oak trees that are being injured are keystone species. They provide ACORNS for well. I fired missiles are very important. Food sources volunteers with one monitoring effort in Illinois. Say they've documented more than one hundred cases of off target herbicide damage to native trees as well as wildflowers and food crops. Willie Murphy might be eighty you too but the Rochester New York grandmother can still dead lift more than two hundred pounds and works out every day at the local Y.. When a drunk twenty eight year old man Dan broke into her house? Murphy grabbed a table. She told a local news station. She went to working on him with it until it broke. Murphy says in all she did such a number on him. He seemed happy when the police. EMT showed up. I'm Dan Hyman for public new service member and listener supported.

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"Basic indoor your plumbing. According to a new report by water access group dig deep. The report finds that lack of clean water his vulnerable communities in the country particularly really hard including the Navajo nation. In the southwest and coal regions in McDowell. County West Virginia McDowell. County Resident Linda mckinney. Says people there have struggled for years for this basic human need facing polluted unreliable running water. She says the impoverished region doesn't have the tax base to to fund improvements. I'm sixty three years old and it's been going on since I was born and it's now come to the point. where in a disaster mode because water is contaminated tonight'd mckinney says? Many people have to use rundown coal camp water systems that were never kept up and then abandoned when coal companies folded. She says the water that runs through these systems when they run it all picks up contaminants putting health and daily living in jeopardy for public news service. I'm Diane Bernard reporting and a new interactive map from the National Wildlife Federation called unnatural disasters shows. Climate change in combination with other factors is putting at least one one million plant and animal species around the world at risk of extinction according to Ed Perry with the Federation's Climate Crisis Campaign in Pennsylvania figures figures from last year show some of those impacts are hitting very close to home. It's affected our state. Fish the brook trout and our state bird rough grouse else. He says. Heavy rain destroys trout. Habitat and leave standing water where mosquitoes can breed spreading West Nile virus. That kills many bird species. There are economic economic impacts from climate change as well the federation's map says by October. There had been ten weather and climate related events nationwide exceeding one billion dollars in and losses in twenty one thousand nine hundred alone. I'm Andrea Sears. Reporting this is P. N. S.. According to the BBC The central Chinese government is responding responding to the landslide. Victory for Pro Democracy candidates in local Hong Kong Council elections by stating that the city will always be ruled from Beijing gene and warning against further protests numerous. US states are trying to impose work requirements on healthy adults in Medicaid. Waivers have been approved in sixty nine or pending and three have been set aside by the courts in Michigan. Healthcare advocates are now suing health policy analyst with the Michigan League for Public Policy. Ember Bella Zehr contends Medicaid should not be altered in a way that makes a punitive or ineffective folks are really already working and potentially have very legitimate reasons for why they are not working and this just adds an additional barrier that is not necessary estimates based on how similar work requirements requirements. Played Out in Arkansas. Show that between sixty one thousand and one hundred. Eighty three thousand Michigan residents could lose coverage Mary. Sherman reporting forming in and conservation groups in the Midwest are deeply concerned over the unintended impacts from the herbicide Dyke Cambe regulators in Arkansas recently relaxed the rules on its use and critics say it's damaging vulnerable crops trees and wildlife while they are calling for several changes in the regulations. The primary concern is with a one mile L. buffer zone placed on. Its use Dan Shaima in conservation director with Audubon. Arkansas dicamba is causing significant damage outside that zone which he believes should the expanded. There was apparent. I Cam the symptoms on native plants. All across eastern Arkansas and a lot of the places where we found that damage was within in miles mark. Richardson reporting in Illinois. Observers are especially concerned that native trees are collateral damage from Dyke Cambe retired Illinois state. Eight biologist Martin Kemp says they're seeing injuries to dogwoods Oak Sycamore and other native trees and plants. We're seeing a serious decline in the health of Nutrition East and we've crossed the threshold of mortality for some. Do you take a long time to grow any of the O- trees that are being injured are keystone. Species provide declines for. Well I I was very important. Works food sources volunteers with one monitoring effort in Illinois. Say they've documented more than one hundred cases of off target herbicide damage to native trees as well swab flowers and food crops. Willie Murphy might be eighty two but the Rochester New York grandmother can still dead lift more than two hundred pounds and works. Works out every day at the local Y.. When a drunk twenty eight year old man broke into her house? Murphy grabbed a table. She told a local news station. She unwed to working on him with it until it broke. Murphy says in all she did such a number on him. He seemed happy when the police. EMT.

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"Basic indoor plumbing. According to a new report by water access group dig deep. The report finds that lack of clean water. His vulnerable eligible communities in the country particularly hard including the Navajo nation. In the southwest and coal regions in McDowell. County West Virginia McDowell. County resident President Lyndon mckinney. Says people there have struggled for years for this basic human need facing polluted unreliable running water. She says the impoverished region doesn't have the tax base to fund improvements. I'm sixty three years old and it's been going on since I was born and it's now come to the point. Where in a disaster? The vast dramatic because our water is contaminated mckinney says many people have to use rundown coal camp water systems that were never kept up and then abandoned one cold companies folded. She says the water that runs through these systems when they run at all picks up contaminants putting health and daily living in jeopardy for public news service. I'm Diane Bernard reported a new interactive map from the National Wildlife Federation called unnatural disasters shows. Climate change in combination nation with other factors is putting at least one million plant and animal species around the world at risk of extinction. According to Ed Perry with the Federation's Climate Crisis Prices Campaign in Pennsylvania figures from last year show some of those impacts are hitting very close to home. It's affected our state. Fish the brook trout and and our state bird the rough grouse. He says heavy rain destroys trout habitat in leave standing water where mosquitoes can breed spreading West Nile virus that kills in many bird species there are economic impacts from climate change as well the federation's map says by October there had been ten weather and climate related events nationwide exceeding one billion dollars in losses in two thousand nineteen alone. I'm Andrea Sears. Reporting this is PMS according to the BBC ABC The central Chinese government is responding to the landslide victory for pro democracy candidates in local Hong Kong Council elections by stating that the city city will always be ruled from Beijing and warning against further protests numerous. US states are trying to impose work requirements on healthy adults. Adults in Medicaid. Waivers have been approved in six dates nine or pending and three have been set aside by the courts in Michigan. Healthcare advocates are now suing health policy analyst with the Michigan League for Public Policy. Ember Bella Zehr contends Medicaid should not be altered in a way that makes punitive or ineffective folks are really already working and potentially have very legitimate reasons for why they are not working and this just adds an additional barrier that is not necessary estimates based on how similar work requirements played out in Arkansas. Show that between sixty thousand and one hundred. Eighty three thousand Michigan residents could lose coverage Mary. Sherman Charmaine reporting farming and conservation groups in the Midwest are deeply concerned over the unintended impacts from the herbicide die Cambe regulators. Later in Arkansas recently relaxed the rules on its use and critics say it's damaging vulnerable crops trees and wildlife while they're calling for several changes in the regulations. The primary concern is with a one mile buffer zone placed on. Its use Dan Shaima in conservation director with Audubon. Arkansas says dicamba is causing significant damage Outside that zone which he believes should be expanded. There was apparent. I Cam a symptoms on native plants. All across eastern Arkansas. And a lot of the places. Where are we found? That damage was within two miles mark. Richardson reporting in Illinois. Observers are especially concerned that native trees are collateral damage from Dyke Cambe retired Illinois state biologist. Martin Kemper says they're seeing injuries to dogwoods Oaks sick. Moore's and other native trees and plants. We're we're seeing a serious decline in the health of new trees and we've crossed the threshold of mortality for some trees. Take a long time to grow. Any of the oak trees are being injured are keystone species. They provide declined inch or wildlife are very important food sources volunteers with one monitoring effort mill..

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"And basic indoor plumbing. According to a new report by water access group dig deep. The report finds that lack of clean water hits motorable memorable communities in the country particularly hard including the Navajo nation in the southwest and coal regions in Mcdowell County West Virginia McDowell county resident incident. Linda mckinney says people there have struggled for years for this basic human need facing polluted unreliable running water. She says the impoverished region doesn't have the tax base to fund improvements. I'm sixty three years old and it's been going on since I was born and it's now come to the point. Where in a disaster? That's tremendous because our water is contaminated mckinney says many people have to use rundown coal camp water systems that were never kept up and then abandoned when on coal companies folded. She says the water that runs through these systems when they run at all picks up contaminants putting health and daily living in jeopardy for public new service. I'm Diane Bernard reported a new interactive map from the National Wildlife Federation called unnatural disasters shows. Climate change in combination. Asian with other factors is putting at least one million plant and animal species around the world at risk of extinction according to Ed Perry with the Federation's Climate Crisis Isis campaign in Pennsylvania figures from last year show some of those impacts are hitting very close to home. It's affected our state. Fish the brook trout and in our state bird the rough grouse he says heavy rain destroys trout habitat and leave standing water where mosquitoes can breed spreading West Nile virus that kills many bird species there are economic impacts from climate change is well the federation's map says by October. There had been ten weather and climate related events nationwide nationwide exceeding one billion dollars in losses in two thousand nineteen alone. I'm Andrea sears. Reporting this is according to the BBC. ABC The central. Chinese government is responding to the landslide. Victory for pro democracy candidates in local Hong Kong Council elections by stating that the city. It will always be ruled from Beijing and warning against further protests. Numerous states are trying to impose work requirements on healthy adults Ulsan Medicaid waivers have been approved in six dates nine or pending and three have been set aside by the courts in Michigan. Healthcare advocates are now suing health policy analyst with the Michigan League for Public Policy. Ember Bella Zehr contends Medicaid should not be altered in a way that makes it punitive or ineffective folks are really already working and potentially have very legitimate reasons for why they are not working and this just adds an additional barrier that is not necessary estimates based on how similar work requirements played out in Arkansas. Show that between sixty one thousand one hundred. Eighty three thousand Michigan residents could lose coverage Mary. Sherman Herman reporting farming and conservation groups in the Midwest are deeply concerned over the unintended impacts from the herbicide Dyke Cambe regulators. laters in. Arkansas recently. Relaxed the rules on its use and critics say it's damaging vulnerable crops trees and wildlife while they're calling for several changes in the regulations. The primary concern is with a one mile buffer zone placed on its use Dan Shaima and conservation director with Audubon. Arkansas says dicamba is causing significant damage outside dead zone which he believes should be expanded. There was apparent. I can symptoms on native plants. All across eastern Arkansas and a lot of the places where we found that damage was within two miles mark. Richardson reporting in Illinois. Observers are especially concerned that native trees are collateral damage from Die Cambe retired Illinois state. Biologists Martin Kemper says. They're seeing injuries to dogwoods sick. Moore's and other native trees and plants we're seeing a serious decline in the health of new trees and we've crossed the threshold of mortality for some. You take a long time to grow. Any of the oak trees that are being injured are keystone species provide declines or very important food sources volunteers with one monitoring effort. Malinois say they've documented more than one hundred cases of off target herbicide. Hi Damage to native trees as well as wildflowers and food crops Willie Murphy might be eighty two but the Rochester. New York grandmother can still deadlocked after more than two hundred pounds and works out every day at the local Y.. When a drunk twenty eight year old man broke into her house? Murphy grabbed a table. She she told a local news station. She went to working on him with it until it broke. Murphy says in all she did such a number on him. He seemed happy when the police police an EMT showed up on Dan Hyman for public news service member and listener supported and online.

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"Coast of Oregon and Northern California then moving east and changing to snow in the mountain west. More than two million Americans live without running water and basic indoor plumbing. According to a new report worked by water access group digging deep the report finds that lack of clean water his vulnerable communities in the country particularly hard including the Navajo a nation in the southwest and coal regions in Mcdowell County West Virginia McDowell. County Resident Linda mckinney says people there have struggled for years for this basic human need facing polluted unreliable running water. She says the impoverished region doesn't have the tax base to fund improvements. I'm sixty sixty three years old and it's been going on since I was born and it's now come to the point. where in a disaster mode because our water is contaminated mckinney says many the people have to use rundown coal camp water systems? That were never kept up and then abandoned when coal companies folded. She says the water that runs through these systems. uh-huh when they run it all picks up contaminants putting health in daily living in jeopardy for public news service. I'm Diane Bernard reporting a new interactive map up from the National Wildlife Federation called unnatural disasters shows climate change in combination with other factors putting at least one million plant and animal species. AC's around the world at risk of extinction according to Ed Perry with the Federation's Climate Crisis Campaign in Pennsylvania figures from last year show some oh those impacts are hitting very close to home. It's affected our state. Fish the brook trout. In our state bird rough grouse he says heavy rain destroys. He's trout habitat and leave standing water where mosquitoes can breed spreading West Nile virus. That kills many bird species. There are economic impacts from climate change as as well the federation's map says by October there had been ten weather and climate related events nationwide exceeding one billion dollars in losses in twenty nineteen alone alone. I'm Andrea Sears. Reporting this is P.. Ns according to the BBC The central Chinese government is responding to the landside victory for Pro Democracy candidates in local Hong Kong Council elections by stating that the city will always be ruled from Beijing and warning against further the protests numerous US states are trying to impose work requirements on healthy adults in Medicaid. Waivers have been approved in six dates nine or pending ending and three have been set aside by the courts in Michigan. Healthcare advocates are now suing health policy analyst with the Michigan League for Public Policy Amber. Bellas Zehr contends Medicaid should not be altered in a way that makes it punitive or ineffective. Folks are really already working and potentially have very legitimate reasons for why they are not working and this just adds an additional barrier that is not necessary estimates based on how similar work requirements played out in Arkansas. Show that that between sixty one thousand and one hundred eighty three thousand Michigan residents could lose coverage Mary. Sherman reporting forming and conservation groups in the Mid West are deeply concerned over the unintended impacts from the herbicide die Cambe regulators in Arkansas recently relaxed the rules on its use and critics say it's damaging vulnerable crops trees and wildlife while they are calling for several changes in the regulations. The primary concern is with a one mile buffer zone placed on its use Dan Shaima and conservation director with Audubon. Arkansas says Campbell is causing significant damage outside dead zone which he believes should be expanded. There was apparent. Parents can the symptoms on native plants. All across eastern Arkansas. And a Lotta places where we found. That damage was within up to two miles. Mark Richardson reporting in Illinois. Observers are especially concerned that native trees are collateral damage from Dyke Cambe retired Illinois state. Biologists Martin Kemper says they're seeing injuries to dogwoods sick. Moore's and other native trees and plants. We're seeing a serious decline in the Health Ministry's we've crossed the threshold of mortality ready for some trees. Take a long time to grow any of the trees that are being injured are keystone species provide the orange for well. Organised is very important food sources. Volunteers this with one monitoring effort in Illinois. Say they've documented more than one hundred cases of off target herbicide damage to native trees as well as wildflowers and food crops. Willie Murphy might be eighty two but the Rochester New York grandmother can still dead lift more than two hundred pounds and works out every day at the local Y.. Right when a drunk twenty eight year old man broke into her house. Murphy grabbed a table. She told a local news station. She went to working on him with it until it broke. Murphy says in all she did such a number on him he seemed happy when the police in. EMT showed up. I'm Dan Hyman for public news service dismember and listener supported and online at public news. Service DOT ORG. I yeah the yeah the the the the eight it is the The the report sir. The the yeah.

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"And a new interactive map from the National Wildlife Federation called unnatural disasters shows. Climate change in combination with other factors is putting at least one one million plant and animal species around the world at risk of extinction according to Ed Perry with the Federation's Climate Crisis Campaign in Pennsylvania figures figures from last year show some of those impacts are hitting very close to home. It's affected our state. Fish the brook trout and our state bird rough grouse else. He says. Heavy rain destroys trout. Habitat and leave standing water where mosquitoes can breed spreading West Nile virus. That kills many bird species. There are economic economic impacts from climate change as well the federation's map says by October. There had been ten weather and climate related events nationwide exceeding one billion dollars in and losses in twenty one thousand nine hundred alone. I'm Andrea Sears. Reporting this is P. N. S.. According to the BBC The central Chinese government is responding responding to the landslide. Victory for Pro Democracy candidates in local Hong Kong Council elections by stating that the city will always be ruled from Beijing gene and warning against further protests numerous. US states are trying to impose work requirements on healthy adults in Medicaid. Waivers have been approved in sixty nine or pending and three have been set aside by the courts in Michigan. Healthcare advocates are now suing health policy analyst with the Michigan League for Public Policy. Ember Bella Zehr contends Medicaid should not be altered in a way that makes a punitive or ineffective folks are really already working and potentially have very legitimate reasons for why they are not working and this just adds an additional barrier that is not necessary estimates based on how similar work requirements requirements. Played Out in Arkansas. Show that between sixty one thousand and one hundred. Eighty three thousand Michigan residents could lose coverage Mary. Sherman reporting forming in and conservation groups in the Midwest are deeply concerned over the unintended impacts from the herbicide Dyke Cambe regulators in Arkansas recently relaxed the rules on its use and critics say it's damaging vulnerable crops trees and wildlife while they are calling for several changes in the regulations. The primary concern is with a one mile L. buffer zone placed on. Its use Dan Shaima in conservation director with Audubon. Arkansas dicamba is causing significant damage outside that zone which he believes should the expanded. There was apparent. I Cam the symptoms on native plants. All across eastern Arkansas and a lot of the places where we found that damage was within in miles mark. Richardson reporting in Illinois. Observers are especially concerned that native trees are collateral damage from Dyke Cambe retired Illinois state. Eight biologist Martin Kemp says they're seeing injuries to dogwoods Oak Sycamore and other native trees and plants. We're seeing a serious decline in the health of Nutrition East and we've crossed the threshold of mortality for some. Do you take a long time to grow any of the O- trees that are being injured are keystone. Species provide declines for. Well I I was very important. Works food sources volunteers with one monitoring effort in Illinois. Say they've documented more than one hundred cases of off target herbicide damage to native trees as well swab flowers and food crops. Willie Murphy might be eighty two but the Rochester New York grandmother can still dead lift more than two hundred pounds and works. Works out every day at the local Y.. When a drunk twenty eight year old man broke into her house? Murphy grabbed a table. She told a local news station. She unwed to working on him with it until it broke. Murphy says in all she did such a number on him. He seemed happy when the police. EMT.

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"Up and then abandoned when coal companies folded. She says the water that runs through these systems when they run it all picks up contaminants putting health and daily living in jeopardy for public news service. I'm Diane Bernard Yard reported a new interactive map from the National Wildlife Federation called unnatural disasters shows. Climate change in combination with other factors is putting putting at least one million plant and animal species around the world at risk of extinction according to Ed Perry with the Federation's Climate Crisis Campaign in Pennsylvania Vania figures from last year show some of those impacts are hitting very close to home. It's affected our state. Fish the brook trout and our state bird the rough grouse he says heavy rain destroys trout. Habitat and leaves standing water where mosquitoes can breed spreading West Nile virus. That kills many bird species. There are economic impacts from climate change as well. The federation's map says by October. There had been ten weather and climate related events nationwide exceeding one billion dollars in losses in two thousand nineteen alone. I'm Andrea Sears. Reporting this is P.. Ns according to the BBC The central Chinese the government is responding to the landside victory for Pro Democracy candidates in local Hong Kong Council elections by stating that the city will always be ruled ruled from Beijing and warning against further protests numerous. US states are trying to impose work requirements on healthy adults in Medicaid waivers. Waivers have been approved in six dates nine or pending and three have been set aside by the courts in Michigan. Healthcare advocates are now suing health policy analyst with the Michigan League for public policy in Bella. Zehr contends Medicaid should not be altered in a way that makes it punitive or ineffective. Folks are really already working and potentially have very legitimate reasons for why they are not working and this adds an additional barrier that is not necessary estimates based on how similar work requirements played out in Arkansas. Show that between sixty one thousand and one hundred. Eighty three thousand Michigan residents could lose coverage Mary. Sherman reporting firming and conservation groups in the Midwest are deeply concerned over the unintended impacts from the herbicide die. Cambe regulators in Arkansas recently relaxed the rules on its use and critic say it's damaging vulnerable crops trees and wildlife while they are calling for several changes in the regulations. The primary concern is as with a one mile buffer zone placed on its use Dan Shaima and conservation director with Audubon. Arkansas says dicamba is causing significant damage outside that zone which he he believes should be expanded. There was apparent. I can the symptoms on native plants all across Eastern Arkansas. And a lot of the places where we found that damage Mitch was within two miles mark. Richardson reporting in Illinois. Observers are especially concerned that native trees are collateral damage from Die Cambe retired Indian state. Biologists Martin Kemper says. They're seeing injuries to dogwoods Oak Sycamore and other native trees and plants. We're seeing a serious decline in a health. Elsa mini trees and we've crossed the threshold mortality for some three. Take a long time to grow. Any of the trees that are being injured are keystone species to provide declines for wildlife are messed I is very important food sources volunteers with one monitoring effort Illinois. Say they've documented more than one hundred cases of off target herbicide damage to native trees. He's as well as wildflowers and food. Crops Willie Murphy might be.

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"Bernard reported a new interactive map from the National Wildlife Federation called unnatural disasters shows. Climate change in combination with other factors is putting at least one million plant and animal species around the world at risk of extinction. According to Perry with the Federation's climate crisis campaign in Pennsylvania figures from last year show some of those impacts are hitting very close to home. It's affected our state. Fish the brook trout and our our state bird the rough grouse he says heavy rain destroys trout habitat and leave standing water where mosquitoes can breed spreading West Nile virus that kills many bird species there are economic impacts from climate change as well the federation's map says by October there had been ten weather and climate related events nationwide lied exceeding one billion dollars in losses in twenty one thousand nine hundred alone. I'm Andrea Sears. Reporting this is PMS. According to the BBC The the central Chinese government is responding to the landslide victory for pro democracy candidates in local Hong Kong Council elections by stating that the city will will always be ruled from Beijing and warning against further protests. Numerous states are trying to impose work requirements on healthy adults Medicaid Medicaid. Waivers have been approved in six dates nine or pending and three have been set aside by the courts in Michigan. Healthcare advocates are now suing health policy analyst with the Michigan League public policy. Ember Bella Zehr contends Medicaid should not be altered in a way that makes punitive or ineffective folks are really already working and potentially have very legitimate reasons for why they are not working and this just adds an additional barrier that is not necessary estimates commits based on how similar work requirements played out in Arkansas. Show that between sixty one thousand one hundred. Eighty three thousand Michigan residents could lose coverage Mary. Sherman reporting reporting farming and conservation groups in the Midwest are deeply concerned over the unintended impacts from the herbicide Dyke Cambe regulators in in Arkansas recently relaxed the rules on its use and critics say it's damaging vulnerable crops trees and wildlife. They're calling for several changes in the regulations. The primary concern is with a one mile buffer zone placed on its use Dan Shaima and conservation director with Audubon. Arkansas says dicamba is causing significant damage outside. I'd that zone which he believes should be expanded airways apparent. I Cam the symptoms on native plants. All across eastern Arkansas and a lot of the places where we found around that damage was within two miles. Mark Richardson reporting in Illinois. Observers are especially concerned that native trees are collateral damage from Cambe retired Illinois state. Biologists Martin Kemper says they're seeing injuries to dogwoods Oaks sick. Moore's and other native trees and plants. We're seeing serious decline in the health of mini trees. We've crossed the threshold of mortality for some trees. Take a long time to grow. Any of the oak trees that are being injured are keystone species for they provide declines for for wildlife organised import food sources volunteers with one monitoring effort mill..

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"This is PMS according to the BBC ABC The central Chinese government is responding to the landslide victory for pro democracy candidates in local Hong Kong Council elections by stating that the city city will always be ruled from Beijing and warning against further protests numerous. US states are trying to impose work requirements on healthy adults. Adults in Medicaid. Waivers have been approved in six dates nine or pending and three have been set aside by the courts in Michigan. Healthcare advocates are now suing health policy analyst with the Michigan League for Public Policy. Ember Bella Zehr contends Medicaid should not be altered in a way that makes punitive or ineffective folks are really already working and potentially have very legitimate reasons for why they are not working and this just adds an additional barrier that is not necessary estimates based on how similar work requirements played out in Arkansas. Show that between sixty thousand and one hundred. Eighty three thousand Michigan residents could lose coverage Mary. Sherman Charmaine reporting farming and conservation groups in the Midwest are deeply concerned over the unintended impacts from the herbicide die Cambe regulators. Later in Arkansas recently relaxed the rules on its use and critics say it's damaging vulnerable crops trees and wildlife while they're calling for several changes in the regulations. The primary concern is with a one mile buffer zone placed on. Its use Dan Shaima in conservation director with Audubon. Arkansas says dicamba is causing significant damage Outside that zone which he believes should be expanded. There was apparent. I Cam a symptoms on native plants. All across eastern Arkansas. And a lot of the places. Where are we found? That damage was within two miles mark. Richardson reporting in Illinois. Observers are especially concerned that native trees are collateral damage from Dyke Cambe retired Illinois state biologist. Martin Kemper says they're seeing injuries to dogwoods sick. Moore's and other native trees and plants. We're we're seeing a serious decline in the health of new trees and we've crossed the threshold of mortality for some trees. Take a long time to grow. Any of the oak trees are being injured are keystone species. They provide declined inch or wildlife are very important food sources volunteers with one monitoring effort mill..

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