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"bernie sanders medicare" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:03 min | 2 years ago

"bernie sanders medicare" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Textbook for lockdown campaigning and the transition to online happened so fast and was so new that it left several candidates in the race you know horrible to to people who want to mess with them I want Farkas is the former department of defense official I was running and during his invention held in April she has involved just one people take over as soon that and and and do horrible gross things on screen the irony was that we are talking about disinformation and we have been talking for a while and we had noticed a couple of weird things like a trump faced the man from buddy hi Dan out offensive word and then we and again the cap back on and then in in the window the squared you know on the new box yeah the somebody will get a man named survey but it has been a lack of trousers and so we talked the person out and that will back but I also heard but I did notice that that there was some adult porn being shown in a window I'm not sure that one now or another one so having that open the system we realized right away we need to upgrade so we upgraded and then immediately our problem that we have control zoom bombing can be horrible at two days after Farkas experience her soon bombing another can of the race Maunder Jones who's running on a kind of Bernie Sanders Medicare for all forgiving student debt platform would be the first black gay men in Congress had his own event hijacked this time by a participant who used the apps screen share function to display child **** to everybody who was logged on at the campaign managed to kick that person house and reported the incident to the FBI and I felt compelled to tell the people who attended that a therapist to volunteer.

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"bernie sanders medicare" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

02:02 min | 2 years ago

"bernie sanders medicare" Discussed on KCRW

"Lockdown campaigning and the transition to online happened so fast and was so new that it left several candidates in the race you know horrible to to people who want to mess with them Evelyn Farkas is the former department of defense official I was running and during his invention held in April she got soon bought just one people take over as you move out and and and do horrible gross things on the screen the irony was that we are talking about December nation and we had been talking for a while and we had noticed a couple of weird saying her like a trump phase the man from buddy Hey Dan out offensive word and then we in the town again yeah exactly and then in in the window the squared you know on the new box yeah he somebody with a man named survey but it has been a lack of the trousers and so we talked the person out and that will back but I also heard of the family I didn't notice that that there was some adult porn being shown in a window I'm not sure that one now or another one so having that open the system we realized right away we need to upgrade so we upgraded and then immediately our problem that we have control zoom bombing can be horrible at two days after Farkas experience her soon bombing another cannon the race under Jones who's running on a kind of Bernie Sanders Medicare for all forgiving student debt platform would be the first black gay men in Congress had his own event hijacked this time by a participant who used the apps screen share function to display child **** to everybody who was logged on at the campaign managed to kick that person house and reported the incident the FBI and I felt compelled to tell people who attended that a therapist to volunteer.

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"bernie sanders medicare" Discussed on The Daily Zeitgeist

The Daily Zeitgeist

02:24 min | 2 years ago

"bernie sanders medicare" Discussed on The Daily Zeitgeist

"Thank you. For him to get back, and maybe it's time for him to drop back into the. A are there. Can I tag back in or Say. I'm, out sees. Yeah as like. It was over under ZIP lining back into. Zip. Lines into a debate. Beef is funny. How so many like we were saying even a couple of weeks ago, the policies even like with Andrew, Yang, really talking about universal basic income, or showed US Elizabeth Warren with her talking about the next financial crisis like one of her blog posts from like a year ago. Bernie Sanders Medicare for like all these like I add this is to progressive. It's too radical, and now people are screaming for it. It so it's amazing to see how quickly the pendulum can swing the other way. Meanwhile Biden's locked in an oak chest says he can't like. The thing about the cure is you gotta? You gotTA. You GotTa make sure you. Do you take care of the cure? You see that when he said that. It was I'm so confident on his game. He's got. Yeah. I mean the fact that I'm happy to see everything like the public sentiment moving in the right direction the the fact. That Republicans aren't getting the same message that everybody else's seems like. It's a symptom of. Something much larger. That's broken in the country that I feel like could be exploited going forward and. By the trump administration in this election year with future crises, if trump loses the election for instance and decides, he doesn't want to leave the office. I am a little bit concerned. Seeing how poorly or how effectively I guess the Fox News Conservative media complex is able to. Shield those folks from the Truth and one other group that is worth taking a look at our televangelists That's one industry that hasn't slowed at all due to the global pandemic. What? Trump's I guess. She's like his spiritual adviser Oh yeah. Paula White So shoe as he was praying for safety for the the deer, Senator Paul. Rand who? L. Dear Lord Please.

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"bernie sanders medicare" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

03:14 min | 2 years ago

"bernie sanders medicare" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

"Says are descending we can go back to business as usual Furthermore China is threatening to withhold life saving drugs from America because after all it's America the start of the corona virus say the communist Chinese we're also going to be speaking with we Heinlein economists from UCLA next hour about the proposed stimulus to deal with the basic economic shutdown that the federal government is imposed on the American economy all of that and more triple eight nine seven one S. A. G. E. president trump vice president pence Steve Mnuchin hello another briefing this morning will give the excerpts of that just a second but first yesterday we were talking about the debate between Bernie Sanders and Joe Biden and one of the things that Joe Biden said in response to Bernie Sanders Medicare for all he said Italy has a Medicare for all system how's that working out given the proliferation of coronavirus cases there I don't think Mr Sanders had much of a response another wonderful health care system aren't wonderful system we're told is that of the UK here's what piers Morgan said about the Britain's health care system right now dealing with the corona virus situation my biggest concern in a gale on Facebook as companies on the nurses working within a very busy very stretched A&E department and the NHS I feel like not one person cares about us was still turning up to work putting ourselves and our families at risk I'm not I just told you to stay we are running out of Moscow a Quitman to protect ourselves we are still expecting a call to people with or without BPA keep in mind this is the brilliant wonderful vaunted medical system single payer systems they have in Great Britain who cares about us and our families no one how awful the all health care workers are feeling so undervalued they think nobody cares about them think about what these people are about to be going through they are getting into a system which is creaking at the seams already we know that did he just say that the British health care system is creaking at the seams already did he did he just say that this is the system that we're moving towards right Bernie Sanders going through they are going into a system which is creaking at the seams already we creaking at the seams already why would the British health care system be creaking at the seams already given that it's a wonderful system that we ought to be moving to I don't get it they are going into a system which is creaking at the seams already we know that it will come under the most intensive pressure it's ever had every nurse doctor consultant surgeon everyone involved every Pulitzer in the hospital every cleaner in a hospital they are doing this they're risking their lives their health the family's lives the family's health for us so if you know anyone who works in the health care system make them feel valued get behind them today they need all support they are going to be facing a manual microns president Francisco lu but a war this is a warning now and we have to support and defend people who are gonna be in the.

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"bernie sanders medicare" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

07:08 min | 2 years ago

"bernie sanders medicare" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"America because after all it's America the start of the corona virus say the communist Chinese we're also gonna be speaking with we all handy in the economist from UCLA next hour about the proposed stimulus to deal with the basic economic shut down that the federal government is imposed on the American economy all of that and more triple eight nine seven one S. A. G. E. president trump vice president pence Steve Mnuchin have another briefing this morning will give the excerpts of that just a second but first yesterday we were talking about the debate between Bernie Sanders and Joe Biden and one of the things that Joe Biden said in response to Bernie Sanders Medicare for all he said Italy has a Medicare for all system how's that working out given the proliferation of coronavirus cases there I don't think Mr Sanders had much of a response another wonderful health care system aren't wonderful system we're told is that of the UK here's what piers Morgan said about the Britain's health care system right now dealing with the corona virus situation but biggest concern in a gale of Facebook is sometimes on the nurses working within a very busy very stretched A&E department and the NHS I feel like not one person cares about us was still turning up to work putting ourselves and our families at risk I'm I just told you to stay we are running out of Moscow a Quitman to protect ourselves we are still expecting a call to people with or without the P. eight keep in mind this is the brilliant wonderful vaunted medical system single payer systems they have in Great Britain who cares about us and our families no one how awful the all health care workers are feeling so undervalued they think nobody cares about them think about what these people are about to be going through they are getting into a system which is creaking at the seams already we know that did he just say that the British health care system is creaking at the seams already defeated the this is the system that we're moving towards right Bernie Sanders going through they are going into a system which is creaking at the seams already we creaking at the seams already why would the British health care system be creaking at the seams already given that it's a wonderful system that we ought to be moving to I don't get it they are going into a system which is creaking at the seams already we noted that the will come under the most intensive pressure it's ever had every nurse doctor consultant surgeon everyone involved every Pulitzer in a hospital every cleaner in a hospital they are doing this that risking their lives their health the family's lives the family's health for us so if you know anyone who works in the health care system make them feel valued get behind them today they need all support they are going to be facing a manual microns president Francis told a war the war we're in now and we have to support and and defend people who are going to be in the front line of that war on our behalf now the salute to health care workers supplies to any health care workers no matter the system but the point is piers Morgan described the British medical system S. creaking at the seams already why would we want to have a medical system that somebody like piers Morgan a lefty anti gun lefty your basic British lefty feels is creaking at the seams already several years ago the incoming president of the Canadian health care system the equivalent of our American medical system made a similar comment about the cadence system it was in crisis I'm trying to figure out if the systems are so wonderful why aren't they working wonderfully Morgan says they're British health care system is creaking at the seams all ready no ads to our health care system which is fifty percent government we'll have a free healthcare system either because government pay fifty percent of the healthcare bill which is why our healthcare system is so inefficient that's right if government were not involved our system would be much much better I've talked to you about elective surgeries things like Lasix surgery face surgery or hair plugs like the kind Joe Biden has these procedures have gotten cheaper and cheaper and cheaper even though these are elective surgeries insurance government not involved how is it that those procedures got cheaper and cheaper more accessible quality improved but that would be the case about other things someone needs to explain that to me which help your sister they're gonna be able to better deal with the coronavirus hours for health care for all system like the kind they have a great Britain I can have in Italy Dr Fauci who's with the National Institute of health says that vaccine trials for the corona virus our current at a record pace the vaccine candidate that was given the first injection for the first person to place today you might recall when we first started I said it would be two to three months and if we did that that would be the fastest we've ever gone from obtaining the sequence to being able to do a phase one trial this is been now sixty five days which I believe is the record of what it is is the trial of forty five normal individuals between the ages of eighteen and fifty five the trial is taking place in Seattle there will be two injections one at zero day first one ten twenty eight days there will be three separate doses twenty five milligrams a hundred milligrams tuition of fifty milligrams and the individuals will be followed for one year both for safety and whether it induces the kind of response that we predict would be protective and that's exactly what I've been telling this group over and over so what's happened the first injection was today and the president talked about corona virus virus testing occurring within a short period of time because the private labs are gonna be kicking in last night the FDA announced ground breaking new policies to further increase testing very very substantially so all states canal authorized test developed and used within their borders in addition the FDA so the stakes are very much involved they have been involved from the beginning but we're stepping it up as much as we can then the testing procedures are going well and within a short period of time all of the private labs will kick in this never been done before and it's it's going to be something very I think it's going to be incredible if it's done properly and easier great companies are among the greatest companies in the world actually so.

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Michigan voters were lined up in East Lansing as polls closed, waiting to cast ballots

Background Briefing

03:16 min | 2 years ago

Michigan voters were lined up in East Lansing as polls closed, waiting to cast ballots

"Exit polls in every state voting Tuesday showed strong support for Bernie Sanders Medicare for all program even in Mississippi where it has the backing of nearly two thirds of democratic voters but speaking on MSNBC on Monday Joe Biden indicated if elected president he would veto Medicare for all legislation should Congress pass it and send it to his desk I would you too anything that the ladies providing the security and the certainty of health care being available now less than two weeks after losing his front runner status Sanders faces a decision about whether to continue his increasingly uphill fight for the democratic party's twenty twenty presidential nomination South Carolina Jim Congress member Jim Clyburn the number three house Democrats who earlier helped lead Biden to victory in South Carolina told NPR sender should shut his primary down I think we will be out of the port rich Joe Biden will be the prohibitive nominee of the party and I think the DNC the Democratic National Committee should then step in and make an assessment and determine whether or not they're all I have is a mole debates on the campaign trail former vice president Biden Tuesday told the union auto worker in Detroit he was following bleep and threatened to fight him Biden made the threat during a photo op at Detroit's first new auto assembly plant to be built in decades the exchange began when the auto worker accused Biden of actively trying to end the second amendment after cursing at the man Biden repeatedly told a female aide to Shush before touting his ownership of shot guns and saying he supports the second amendment Biden threatened to slap the man in the face and threatened to take him outside for a fight during the exchange Biden also mistakenly referred to the A. R. fifteen Sunday on a matic assault rifle as an A. R. fourteen there were reports of irregularities at many polling sites during Tuesday's primaries in Missouri some would be voters in St Louis county left long lines at dozens of precincts without casting a ballot after the county's electronic poll books failed in Kansas city mayor Quinton Lucas was turned away from the polls Tuesday morning and told he wasn't in the system even though he's voted in the same precinct since two thousand nine mayor Lucas had just posted a video to social media stressing the importance of voting in Michigan disabled voters reported problems voting in Detroit and Dearborn and college students in our Burr and east Lansing reported long lines with wait times of up to two hours in a statement senator Bernie Sanders called the voting problems in outrage writing quote at a time when Democrats correctly attacked Republicans for voter suppression it's disappointing to see people's standing in long lines for hours today waiting to vote in Michigan and around the country people should not have to miss a day of work to exercise their right to vote said Bernie Sanders said in a

Why drug costs are top issue for South Carolina voters

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09:32 min | 2 years ago

Why drug costs are top issue for South Carolina voters

"The twenty twenty race is barreling ahead South Carolina's primaries on Saturday Super Tuesday less than a week away. There are eight. Twenty twenty presidential democratic hopefuls remaining and each of them is angling for a way to stand out fast but the front runner has come to dominate this race and his signature policy has come to dominate the national discussion on Healthcare. Medicare for all Medicare for Medicare for all Medicare for all healthcare system that guarantees healthcare to all people in a cost effective way. Which is what Medicare for all is. That's Bernie Sanders. Of course the Democratic senator from Vermont Democratic Front runner and probably know policy proposal has marked this election more than Bernie Sanders Medicare for all after a strong victory in Nevada Bernie Sanders emphasis on this trademark. Issue appears to have paid off. Democratic candidates agree on expanding health care coverage they're divided on how to ensure everyone weather to ensure everyone and of course how to pay for it. All so how are their plans similar? How are they different? And how do they all compare to any plans that might be put forward by their eventual opponent? President Donald Trump. We've been talking to the candidates one by one part of our own ongoing series foresight twenty twenty. And now we're branching out foresight twenty twenty the issues. It's a series all about where the candidates stand on. What really matters most to you the voter and today it's healthcare more specifically Medicare for all. Here helps out ratchet up predominant correspondent for Kaiser Health News. She covers healthcare all across America. Thanks for being here. Thank you know Levy is here. He's a national health care reporter for the L. A. Times. No one great to see you. Nice to be here and Dan. Diamond is here health reporter for politico and host of politicos pulse. Check podcast. Dan. Great to see you as well. Thanks for having me a Russian up before. We break down each of the candidates policies with a lot to talk about. We'll get to a lot of the details on medicare for all in what the different candidates say they favor here. Can you talk about? How significant health care is for voters as we head in this into this election. What are voters say about? The importance of healthcare to them so healthcare is definitely the top if not one of the top issues for voters regardless of party affiliation so lowering prescription drug costs very very popular among the public That has been true for years. They've been telling Congress they telling presidential candidates. We need to do something about the rising cost of drugs Please basically begging a few other things. Also there's a lot of widespread support. I think that people want to see the candidates Flush out plans on say they'll resolve So rising surprise medical bills dealing with the OPIOID crisis protecting protections for pre existing medical conditions. These are all things that voters really WANNA see. The candidates Expand upon us. They run from the. I used to be a healthcare reporter a younger man. There was a time when I could have been on your side of the table for this discussion. Healthcare was always one of the top issues. Voter said I care about healthcare. They said that in surveys but there was never any evidence that they actually voted on it that when they went into the into the ballot box in and and pulled the curtain even though they told a pollster they care about it whether that's what was driving their vote. It happened in election after election. And I think there are certain extent that's still Still the case because healthcare does mean different things to different people as an issue. Rosina's correct that that Democrats and Republicans have identified it as a top concern but to what extent or voters making their decision to vote for candidate X or candidate. Why based on healthcare. Probably not that much instead. I think probably the way to look at the healthcare issue in the Democrat. Republican divide is is it a proxy for The way that they evaluate president trump the Democratic nominee? The one exception I would say is Medicare for all which I think is playing a greater role in Democratic primary voters making a decision if you like Medicare for all sanders is probably your guy now. Medicare for all. Let's talk about it. It has important interactions with the way that most of us get our insurance right which is through work. I I WANNA say one hundred sixty one hundred and seventy million Americans get their insurance through work. It is the most common way and we got this call in our voice mail inbox. I'M KIARA FROM DENVER. I would gladly take Medicare for all over my employer sponsored insurance. They currently pay ten thousand dollars annually. When you add up premiums deductibles out of pocket expenses and that does not include vision or dental expenses whereas Medicare for all would be rolled into our taxes it would actually offset the cost already paying and then it would also expand cover dental and vision. I also feel like it's a great way to take care of your entire community and your nation as a whole which will make us all healthier and happier and I feel like it's a great way to create more freedom in the workplace where people are less afraid of beating their job. Just keep their benefits and people would have more choice in the providers. They see because they wouldn't have to choose a provider just solely based on who accepts their insurance. So Dan what is Medicare for all people have heard about Medicare? They probably know what that is. It's the government program for folks over sixty five and disabled people. Medicare's extremely popular. What does it mean when we say Medicare for all I think it depends which candidate is saying Medicare for all what does it mean to Bernie Sanders Bernie Sanders would articulate a vision of Medicare for all? That's very similar to the vision. The caller just shared a program. That is universal single. Payer every American would be on this plan. As opposed to employer plan it would cover things beyond traditional Medicare. So it's not strictly speaking the Medicare that my grandparents my parents might might know in love. It would also have new power to negotiate with the private sector to lower drug prices by putting government emphasis behind that and cut out the administrative overhead and bureaucracy that helps contribute to cost going up in America at the same time. That plan is dramatic and expensive and all the things that Republicans are poised to seize on and many Americans also say they're worried about too. So there's there's give and take with Medicare for all. It would be the big elephant in the room right. It would have the ability to go to medical providers hospitals drug companies and say we are the only game in town. You'RE GONNA drive those prices down but also we've heard cost estimates in the trillions because it is a massive government entitlement Bernie Sanders himself has referenced thirty trillion dollars over a decade in paying for Medicare for all his campaign sanders himself have come out with different proposals to defray that cost. But if you actually look at what the Sanders campaign has offered. It hasn't added up to more than about half of that thirty trillion dollars. Some would say that that doesn't matter the. Us pays for all kinds of things that aren't as positive as medicare for all. His supporters are point to the Iraq war and. Us didn't necessarily look for the pay. Fors before heading off on on that misadventure. But I do think that these are the issues that Congress will have to grapple with now Rochester other candidates talk about a public option or some of them talking about not Medicare for all but may be more people can buy into Medicare be part of Medicare. Even if you're not sixty five or public option means something else right. So the public option is the approach. That is Sort of being pursued by the more moderate wing if you will of the current Democratic presidential Field so Joe Biden p Buddha Judge Mike Bloomberg. They're all amy. Klobuchar are among the candidates. That are saying we would set up a government run insurance option that people could buy into essentially but a lot of the existing programs that currently provide health insurance to people. So job is coverage as you said. the Medicaid program Medicare those would continue to exist The public option the proponents of it. Want to push that as a way to say look. We don't WanNa rip up the whole system. We don't need to start from scratch. Here's a way to build on what we have and not cause as much disruption as Medicare for all would inevitably Pursue Dan avoiding disruption is great but it also means you don't insure as many people that's the trade off that supporters of Bernie Sanders and to some extent Elizabeth. Warren say it's not worth. Do there needs to be bold action? I JUST WANNA call out. Todd how fast we have moved on this debate Russia and I used to work together at politico we worked on a story for years ago about Hillary Clinton supporting public option and at the time her campaign was not keen to call attention to that we have moved to a world where that is now the moderate choice and go a couple of years before that the debate over Obamacare the affordable care act in Congress. The public option at that time was the high watermark for Barack Obama. Trying to get it through the Senate and he couldn't even get that that's why you have no public option under the right

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2020 presidential candidates push ahead to Nevada caucus

The 11th Hour with Brian Williams

01:13 min | 2 years ago

2020 presidential candidates push ahead to Nevada caucus

"We're just nine days away from the next presidential primary context contest it's actually a caucus in Nevada tonight. Four Democratic presidential hopefuls including the top. Three finishers in New Hampshire have been taking part in a town hall in Las Vegas hosted by the Civil Rights Organization the League of United Latin American citizens this afternoon that states powerful influential Culinary Workers Union. Which has been outspoken in its criticism of Bernie Sanders Medicare for all plan announced? They won't be endorsing any one specific candidate with us from Las Vegas. Tonight are veteran road warrior Garrett Hake and Garett let's Garret. Let's establish something. And that is that culturally for most of the Democrats in the race. Who SKEW HEAVILY STUDENT COUNCIL PRESIDENT? Las Vegas might as well be Cultural Mars so having established that please tell us about the contours of this upcoming caucus. And along the way how they're gonNA decide this one wholly different territory geographically and culturally out

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"bernie sanders medicare" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

01:36 min | 2 years ago

"bernie sanders medicare" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"A judge in Vermont senator Bernie Sanders are the top two candidates was still a long ways to go until the convention ABC's which Johnson what's next for a front runner who recently lost that position to Sanders recently bite and looking for a fresh start making the case that only two states was small predominantly white populations have spoken this is black and Latino Democrats need to have their say and he's banking on a much stronger performance in Nevada and especially South Carolina and he needs a bind finished fourth in Iowa and fit the New Hampshire looking for a strong showing on super Tuesday March third former New York City mayor Michael Bloomberg hit the campaign trail in Tennessee Bloomberg using a slogan Mike will get it done appeared to take a swipe at Bernie Sanders Medicare for all plan while taking ball talking about healthcare in Nashville last night getting it done means providing health insurance to every person here in Tennessee and across the country and we can do it without a massive tax hike on the middle class and forcing people to give up their private insurance we can do it by building on oak bombing care and bringing down drug prices Bloomberg has come under fire though for twenty fifteen comments he made about New York City stop and frisk policy is audio was released this week that recording Bloomberg said it would reduce violence by throwing minority kids up against the wall and frisking them Bloomberg also play the ninety five percent of murders and murderers in murder victims are male minorities between the ages of sixteen to twenty five responding to those all comments Bloomberg said they do not reflect the way he thinks of the way he led as mayor of New York he apologized for the policy in pain it because when he spoke at an event in Chattanooga and was asked about them.

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Bloomberg Seeks to Move Past the 'Stop and Frisk' Controversy

America's Truckin' Network

01:06 min | 2 years ago

Bloomberg Seeks to Move Past the 'Stop and Frisk' Controversy

"Looking for a strong showing on super Tuesday March third former New York City mayor Michael Bloomberg hit the campaign trail in Tennessee Bloomberg using a slogan Mike will get it done appeared to take a swipe at Bernie Sanders Medicare for all plan while taking ball talking about healthcare in Nashville last night getting it done means providing health insurance to every person here in Tennessee and across the country and we can do it without a massive tax hike on the middle class and forcing people to give up their private insurance we can do it by building on oak bombing care and bringing down drug prices Bloomberg has come under fire though for twenty fifteen comments he made about New York City stop and frisk policy is audio was released this week that recording Bloomberg said it would reduce violence by throwing minority kids up against the wall and frisking them Bloomberg also play the ninety five percent of murders and murderers in murder victims are male minorities between the ages of sixteen to twenty five responding to those all comments Bloomberg said they do not reflect the way he thinks of the way he led as mayor of New York he apologized for the policy in pain it because when he spoke at an event in Chattanooga and was

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News Brief: Presidential Debate, EPA Changes Clean Water Rules

Environment: NPR

11:06 min | 2 years ago

News Brief: Presidential Debate, EPA Changes Clean Water Rules

"Now we know what it looks and sounds like when all the Democratic presidential contenders share the same stage that's right the ten leading leading candidates met in Houston Texas Joe Biden who's been leading in the polls stood near the centre. Elizabeth Warren and Bernie Sanders stood to either side. Now it'd be hard to say that anybody decisively one debate so many months before actual voting but this event did seem to highlight genuine differences among Democrats including those three the at center stage. What were the differences well? NPR POLITICAL REPORTER ASTHMA Hollywood is in Houston Good Morning Aspe- and our senior political editor and correspondent Dominica Montinaro was watching Ching to Dominica Good morning to you and let's start with you Dominica. What did you see is? Those candidates spoke well. I mean you know the big thing here is that this was the strongest debate eight at least to start for Joe. Biden was crisper than he's been. He seemed ready to go on the attack but he also got some help early on and that's a big part of why is able to do better from amy cloche are the senator from Minnesota. She really decided to Kinda hug the moderate lane and seemed to put a floor under Biden in didn't wind up turning turning into a pylon like it has an other debates pylon Joe Biden and instead there was this division in the Democratic Party was several candidates on either side and asthma something in close to I I think close to half an hour of disagreements on a single big issue healthcare that's right and we've seen other healthcare debates in the first chew debates but what I think is unique about this. One is at the focus of the healthcare conversation for much of this campaign cycle has been concentrated on the progressive left specifically around around Bernie Sanders Medicare for all plan last night. Biden was much more aggressive in defending his ideas around healthcare and I want you to take a listen to specific bite of what he had to say. I think I know that the senator says she's for Bernie Yeah. I'm for Barack. I think the obamacare worked. I think the way we added to it replace everything that's been cut at a public option guarantee that everyone will be able to have affordable assurance. I guess we should clarify. Senator says she's for Bernie. He's he's referring to Elizabeth. Elizabeth Warren yes exactly and you know the Biden. Campaign sees this argument as a clear strength for him in war and world and people sort of laugh at the idea that health insurance people like their health insurance company. They'll say people like their doctor. They like their nurse and Massachusetts. Senator doesn't really want to take the bait in specifically wind Biden is pushing around this idea of taxes and costs which is something we saw last night. They feel like that's an intellectually dishonest honest argument about whether or not taxes on the middle class will go up the thing that really you ought to look at total cost but I would say look a lot of voters aren't going to get that distinction between between costs and and taxes kind of lost in the details what they're essentially acknowledging your taxes would go up aren't they but they're saying your other cost your other healthcare costs would go down in many cases so we've got Bernie Sanders and Elizabeth Warren favouring Medicare for all but as Dominica mentioned Joe Biden was not the only person saying wait but let's do something a little more a little more moderate here and Dominica just mentioned actually specifically Minnesota Senator Amy Klobuchar who defended many times this idea of healthcare Vermont Senator Bernie Sanders has made a point of saying he wrote the Damn Bill around Medicare for all so he knows that people are mischaracterizing it well. Here's what Minnesota Senator Amy Klobuchar had to say about that while Bernie wrote the bill I read the bill and on page eight age eight of the bill. It says that we will no longer have private insurance as we know it. I don't think that's a bold idea. I think it's it's a bad idea and this idea of eliminating choice is something we also heard from south. Bend Indiana me or Buddha judge who tied his idea his plan called a medicare for all who want it and basically he says that you should trust the American voters to do what they want to have the sense to choose what they opt for okay so quite substantive debate bait there. Maybe not a lot that was new but people could sit there and look at the differences between the candidates. Now we mentioned that there were ten Democrats on stage but sometimes it seemed seemed almost like there were eleven. Let's listen I WANNA give credit I to Barack Obama for really bringing us this far. We we all know huge debt to President Obama who fundamentally transformed healthcare in America and of course we owe a debt of gratitude to President Barack Obama Dominica at sounds like President Obama had a pretty good bay. It's quite a difference from what we've heard in past debates when they've been pretty critical of Obama's tenure as not progressive aggressive enough of those newly warm feelings tell me they recognize Biden still in the lead and just how important older black voters who've been really supporting Biden are to who wins this nomination. I mean President Obama is still very popular within the Democratic Party and a lot of voters who we've talked to on the campaign trail sorta chafed at this idea that there were sort of dismissing him especially with President trump in the White House. They're saying well. How far do they want to go? we kind of liked to what President Obama had to do. I guess we should be explicit about this of course Joe Biden. Having Been Barack Obama's vice president naturally associated with Obama's record Glenn he's wrapped himself in President Obama and everyone else has sort of seeded the lane which was kind of jaw dropping to be totally honest. There was also a difference last night on gun laws Beto total rourke Democrat of Texas noted early on that his city. I'll pass oh just suffered a mass shooting just weeks ago and he was pretty definite about assault style rifles hell yes. We're GONNA take your fifteen. Ak47 what does he want to do. And how does that. Compare to the other candidates on stage so he's proposing a mandatory gun buyback program Stephen you heard that line was so enthusiastically received in the debate hall all but that that just shows you. It's really popular maybe with the activist base of the Democratic Party. Most of the candidates do agree on some sort of version of voluntary gun buyback back program but our work is going further with this mandatory idea. I think what's really interesting. Is that when you look at the broader electorate mandatory Tori gun buybacks are really controversial recent. NPR PBS Newshour Mayor's poll found that forty six percent of Americans are against Congress passing such legislation Asian forty five percent are in favour and really the divide splits along partisan lines Dominica one of the question for you. We've talked about the five or six leading candidates. It's did anybody a little bit further down in the polls standout. All you know you look at over work. I mean he certainly was in full remote reboot mode of his candidacy and all these other candidates are starting to feel the heat and they were really trying some hail Marys yet Andrew Yang with this competition to give out a thousand dollars to to ten different people. Amy Klobuchar went for broke in the moderate Lane it who Leon Castro forcefully going after Joe Biden at several turns so you had a lot out of these candidates realizing that votes are going to be cast shortly and had to take some risks last night the Medico s Mahala. Thanks so much you're welcome. That's that's. NPR's here's dominicos Montinaro and NPR's Esfahan. The trump administration is changing what qualifies is as the waters of the United States the head of the Environmental Protection Agency signed off on the repeal of an Obama era era regulation for many years federal law has aimed to limit pollution in lakes and rivers the administration of President Obama extended that rule in ways that would regulate pollution on wetlands and smaller waterways they were to be regulated in part because they flow into the bigger waterways. EPA Administrator a straighter Andrew Wheeler argued that rolling back that rule would reassure farmers and home builders and landowners NPR's brought is covering this story for us and he's on the line naked morning hey steve what regulation exactly so what scrapping regulation that was finalized in the waning days of the Obama Administration called the waters of the the US rule or for short okay because you know as well as I do Steve Every federal policies only as strong as its acronym. That's not on August acronym. I got but anyway go basically with the waters United States did was tried to define which rivers streams wetlands and lakes should deserve protection under the Clean Water Act the clean water act itself largely limits pollution in big navigable waterways. That's the term in the actual statute but court decisions including a ruling from the Supreme Court left the door or open for protections to expand off of those bigger waterways so like you said not just the river but the stream that feeds into it or the wetland next to it and Obama wanted to basically officially officially extend federal water protections to that larger connected water system with this regulation. I guess we should just underline the basic problem. Here is gravity. You want to protect the rivers. The Big rivers offers you WANNA protect the big lakes but essentially all land I mean everything flows downhill into something and so how do you how far you extend that protection inland. Why did the trump trump administration consider Obama's approach to be a power grab? Well you know this change was not terribly popular with a number of groups farmers developers minors they saw all this is they did many Obama environmental regulations as a federal land grab in an overreach of what the Clean Water Act was actually intended to do and look the rules certainly expanded federal water protections to new waterways but was I think was as is the case with a lot of these policies one way or the other There's a lot of rhetoric where the on the ground impact is a a little harder to discern part of that be in this rule is because it was immediately challenged in court by some of the groups that we just mentioned and the trump administration was clear from let's start that this rule was one of its top environmental targets so in some ways it was kind of a dead rule walking. Oh so we never really found out how much landowners and other other people might have been affected had this rule been fully implemented. No it was only implemented in two thousand fifteen and and and was challenged by a number of states so do we have any sense now of how landowners and other people will be affected now that the rule is conclusively debt again say you know those groups are groups are thrilled ruled by this decision. EPA Chief Andrew Wheeler announced repeal to applause at the National Association of Manufacturers Headquarters yesterday but this rule like many many of the trump administration's regulatory rollbacks is going to be challenged in court so at the end of the day the impact is probably going to be discerned by court decision very very briefly as my drinking water is supposed to be affected by this again hard to say you know in the media the federal water protections are GonNa Revert back to where they were in nineteen

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"bernie sanders medicare" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

News 96.5 WDBO

01:56 min | 3 years ago

"bernie sanders medicare" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

"As we talk about moving toward a single payer system I think there is certainly momentum and energy around and we should not differentiate and the way that we do public health policy it's mark for us as taxpayers and here's what she tells these wealthy donors reportedly over the weekend dole wealthy donors Sunday that she is uncomfortable with center Bernie Sanders Medicare for all bill which he co sponsored by the way she told wealthy donors Sunday that she found new reservations about his single payer healthcare system really quote I have not been comfortable with worries plan Medicare for all okay fine maybe you might want to read the bill before you back the bill and put your name on the bill incredible she doesn't even understand basic positions pretending that she's interrupted she smokes pot which is convicting people for doing all that was in German you now have your front runners he won there Pete nobody else does either so right now come on Harris is dropping like a rock Bernie Sanders a solid second but he isn't grows base because people understand these philosophies have never been put into practice anywhere Hey Joe Biden's leading as long as he doesn't talk he might keep that lead are you comfortable with that ever do tell me that the fax poll has president trump losing to all the top level candidates no when the go head to head no way we'll discuss it with you one eight six six four oh eight seven six six nine I also want to get your take on what motivates you even a boss if you're not an athlete or haven't been maybe have a boss walks up to you guys yeah well I like this but you could do better we have a boss surprises everything you do which to me is the worst that means nothing you do is praise worthy what you know what if people always skewed positive I get the robins as opposed to Hey I'm up by ten and a half time that's not enough you got to make that we better I think you all play better as opposed to your by ten do your best and that's okay tell me what motivates you one eight six six four oh eight seven six six nine Brian Kilmeade show back in a moment.

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"bernie sanders medicare" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

02:29 min | 3 years ago

"bernie sanders medicare" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"Support the reason that I am supporting Medicare for all is it's pretty basic I believe that it's simply the moral and ethical thing to do and let's be clear it is not only about what is the right thing to do morally and ethically it's also was smart in terms of the fiscal impact as we talk about moving toward a single payer system I think there is certainly momentum and energy around and we should not differentiate in the way that we do public health policy it's mark for us as taxpayers and here's what she tells these wealthy donors very poorly over the weekend told wealthy donors Sunday they she is uncomfortable with center Bernie Sanders Medicare for all bill which she co sponsored by the way she told wealthy donors Sunday that she found new reservations about his single payer healthcare system really quote I have not been comfortable with worries plan Medicare for all okay fine maybe you might want to read the bill before you back the bill and put your name on the bill incredible she doesn't even understand basic positions pretending that she's in to wrap the cheese smoked pot when she's convicting people for doing all that what is a German do you now have your front runners he won there Pete nobody else does either so right now Kamel Harris is dropping like a rock Bernie Sanders a solid second but he isn't grows base because people understand his philosophies have never been put into practice anywhere and Joe Biden's leading as long as he doesn't talk he might keep that lead are you comfortable with that and you tell me that the fox poll has president trump losing to all the top level candidates no when the go head to head no way we'll discuss it all with you one eight six six four oh eight seven six six nine I also want to get your take on what motivates you even the boss if you're not an athlete or haven't been maybe have a boss walks up to you guys yeah I like this but you could do better we have a boss of praise is everything you do which to me is the worst because that means nothing you do is praise worthy well you know what if people always skewed positive I get the robins as opposed to Hey I'm up by ten and a half time does not enough you gotta make deli better I think you go all play better as opposed to your bike can do your best and that's okay tell me what motivates you one eight six six four oh eight seven six six nine Brian Kilmeade show back in a moment.

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Kamala Harris health plan stops short of overhaul Bernie Sanders envisions

Armstrong and Getty

00:49 sec | 3 years ago

Kamala Harris health plan stops short of overhaul Bernie Sanders envisions

"California senator and democratic presidential hopeful come of the Harris is laying out her plan for moving three hundred thirty eight million Americans into a single government health insurance system corresponded king law says Harris wants to differentiate her Medicare for all planned from that of our rivals healthcare proposals it is a plan that puts your squarely between Joe Biden and Bernie Sanders this plan involves traditional Medicare but it also leaves a role for private insurance are currently there is a private insurance program that approximately a third of Medicare enrollees can does it take to can buy into is called Medicare advantage she wants the scale that up Harris is a supporter Bernie Sanders Medicare for all legislation but the plan she released today stops short of the full scale overhaul that Sanders

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Why Democratic Presidential Candidates Are Eager To Talk About Health Care

NPR's Business Story of the Day

04:20 min | 3 years ago

Why Democratic Presidential Candidates Are Eager To Talk About Health Care

"This message comes from N._P._R.. Sponsor get around with get around. You can instantly rent cars near you by the hour or day so whether you have a ton of stuff to do or you want to get out of town just unlock with your phone and go download the APP today. Get around. It's go time. Democrats are eager to talk about healthcare. It was their strategy to win back the House of Representatives last year and ahead of this week's presidential debate. The candidates are talking a lot about how to change the nation's health care system and this morning. In California Senator Kamala Harris released her plan to implement Medicare for all N._p._R.'s Daniel Kurtz Leben has been digging into the details and joins us now hi Daniel Hey Rachel what's in the plan so commonly harasses proposing what she's calling her version of Medicare for all Medicare for all of course being that plan that Senator Sanders has unveiled multiple times over the years now Comma Harris's plan wouldn't be government administrated insurance for everyone under her plan. There would be a medicare like program administered by the government that people could enroll in and unlike traditional Medicare it would be an plant operated by the government but what sets her plan apart is another thing that is like how Medicare is now there would be the option to get Medicare plans on the private market right. Now we call that Medicare advantage a lot of seniors. are enrolled in that. This would do something like that for everyone but also one thing to keep in mind here. Also is that Medicare for all has been very effective branding for Democrats but a lot of these plans not exactly at expansion of Medicare to everybody has Harris's planned for example much more expensive than Medicare at covers reproductive health vision dental so not exactly like traditional Medicare that people are used to right so if it's more expansive does that mean it is more expensive. I mean Harris's. Harrison said she wouldn't raise taxes on the middle class to pay for this but Vice President Joe Biden thinks otherwise let us know what he had to say last week. I find that people will say that for Medicare for all but they're not gonna tax no class because you don't need to do. dudek come on when was this fantasy world here so would come Harris raise taxes to pay for this. She would raise taxes but she has said that she wouldn't have to raise taxes on the middle class and this is one area where she really contrasts with Bernie Sanders Medicare for all plan he has proposed a four percent tax on any household with income over twenty nine thousand her plan would bring that threshold up to a hundred thousand so yeah a bunch of middle class households who wouldn't be paying that tax in to make up for. That revenue she has said that there would be other ways to get that she has proposed taxes on financial transactions like stock and bond a derivative trades. Is there a way to understand whether or not Kamala Harris plan would bring down the cost of healthcare overall so her team didn't provide hi detailed math on exactly whether this would bring down total national health care costs now experts do say that big overhaul plans like this like Senator Sanders Medicare for all overhaul they could bring down total national costs but the devil is in the details as we always say it would just depend on so many things about this proposal so we're definitely going to be watching independent analysts think tanks who you can imagine you can bet we'll be coming out with their own estimates of this now. Voters of course will be more concerned about how much they will be paying and one thing to keep in mind with big overhaul plans like this is that households might have higher taxes to pay but that doesn't necessarily mean their overall costs will be higher because in many of these cases is those taxes will take the place of premiums so you mentioned earlier that there will be some kind of role for private insurance in a Harris Plan. She's gotten into some hot water because she's given MIS mixed messages about this. So can you clarify what the private insurance roles yet yes so she we'll have private insurance that her plan we now know that definitively and it would be those Medicare advantage like plans that I mentioned earlier and that is maybe the biggest difference between her plan Senator Sanders Medicare for all proposal which wouldn't even allow private plans that would.

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ObamaCare architect: I don't agree with Medicare-for-all

America's Morning News

01:49 min | 3 years ago

ObamaCare architect: I don't agree with Medicare-for-all

"The man considered to be one of the architects of obamacare is defending the healthcare plan against democratic calls for Medicare for all and my T. Ford professor of economics Jonathan Gruber told the fox business network there should be a public option one form of would be to build on what the affordable Care Act accomplished as Joe Biden reason suggested by making previous more affordable by offering a public option to vigils not a mandate not forcing people going to government insurance but our free of public options like towns have public parks if you can't afford a backyard you got a public park to go do I think the same thing should be true with health insurance yeah I mean for your private insurance a should be a public option on god and the other thing is and in terms of Medicare for all I mean you basically you know doing away with the entire private insurance industry a hundred eighty million people are getting their insurance from the private sector so doing away with that you know is is actually creating Medicare for nobody well I mean basically that that's not true I mean you're free are you are trading I I don't understand that line your creating Medicare for all however I completely agree with your main point Maria which because it's a federal program that's going to do away with people's private insurance a hundred and eighty million people sure and your kids can put them in Medicare and what I'm saying is I'm agreeing with your main point which is that basically I think it's very difficult you look at the opposition to obamacare the fact that a very small number of people had to give up really crappy health insurance and they got very upset you can't take that algae ask a hundred eighty million people to give up good health insurance and I could be happy about it former vice president Joe Biden is defending obamacare as he makes a run for that twenty twenty democratic nomination many of his challengers are pushing Bernie Sanders Medicare for

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Biden versus Sanders: Top 2020 contenders snipe over healthcare policy

Left, Right & Center

03:38 min | 3 years ago

Biden versus Sanders: Top 2020 contenders snipe over healthcare policy

"Writing Center panel as always I'm your center. I'm joined by rich lowry editor of National Review on the right and on the left lane all into the Washington Post. Hello Hi suggestion who and what have you been watching this week. I've been watching a fight that would have gotten a lot more attention had this what's going on and that is the squabble that broke out this week and the Democratic Party about Bernie Sanders Medicare for all and Joe Biden's own healthcare reform package Biden on Monday announced a healthcare reform package that builds on the A._C._A.. It would offer a public option. Finally it would allow for people in the states who did not take the Medicaid expansion to get in on the public option and it would very much as I said build on the affordable care act unfortunately biden as part of this also launched a full frontal attack on the Medicare for all proposal that sanders is <hes> is promoting and he did it with some <hes> less than truthful things he claimed that it would make it harder for people with cancer to get treatment meant. He said that it would medicare would go away basically sanders needless to say did not take this on the chin. He fought back and fought back hard. He accused Biden of trump like lies. He put up a quiz on his sight saying who said it Biden or Republican with bashes about Medicare for all and it turned into quite the nasty squabble so rich Biden said a number of things here that if Biden is not the Democratic nominee his comments may end up in some attack ads from Republicans Biden basically saying that Medicare for all replaces the existing Medicare program you have for seniors seniors wouldn't have what they have right now it would kick well over one hundred million Americans off of private health insurance plans many of whom like those those plans but I want to talk for a second scenario where Biden

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"bernie sanders medicare" Discussed on This Week with George Stephanopoulos

This Week with George Stephanopoulos

03:44 min | 3 years ago

"bernie sanders medicare" Discussed on This Week with George Stephanopoulos

"Well, again, when I became mayor of the city of Newark, one of the things I used to not not tolerate people telling me, hey, we tried this before we couldn't get it done to me. Now, you're going to do I telling you that you're saying what you're saying. Is that hey, we have carnage in this country. Like, it's a uniquely American problem, and we can't solve it. I don't accept that. At all when Connecticut did licensing their shootings dropped their murders drop forty percents. Suicide dropped fifteen percent. These are things that have been tried and done in that work. So let me ask you about healthcare. You are a co-sponsor of Bernie Sanders Medicare for all. But you also say that you don't want to eliminate private health insurance. I think when you lay that to me because his plan eliminates private helpage. Well, I support but all Americans I think support was his idea and the wealthiest nation on the planet earth. Everyone should have access to healthcare. I think the best way to get there as Medicare for all. And I'm going to work towards that goal. Okay. So that means alternately you are fine with eliminating, but they're all private health insurance, including well. I'd never say that. And you know, this Bernie Sanders Bill does say that there will be no duplicative private health insurance. And when I'm gonna and what I'm gonna tell you what I'm going to say to you as president of the United States. The first thing I'm gonna do is dramatically lower costs for Americans and expand insurance and create a glide path towards an eventual goal you won't be pushing for Medicare for all in the beginning. I'm going to be pushing on a pathway towards getting to everyone having coverage and part of that is going to be Medicare for all who want it. We could create a really good less for all who wanted is not Medica for all its Medicare. That's called the public option. Again. It's not all I'm telling you. I have a clear goal in mind that I share with all Americans Healthcare's, right? I think the best way to get there is Medicare for all. I'm also a realist as former mayor who got things done. Who knows? You can't hold progress hostage for some purity. So I wanna ask Chris Hughes who helped co found Facebook has now come out to say that it should be broken up. He says that it is unprecedented in on American to have this much power in one company where do you stand on breaking up Facebook? I don't care if it's Facebook, the pharma industry, even the agricultural industry, we've had a problem in America with corporate consolidation that has having really ill effects, and we should have if I'm president states will have a Justice department that. Uses antitrust legislation to do the proper destinations into whole industries accountable for corporate consolidation. Those with Warren's already out there saying break-up Facebook, break-up Google, and I I I don't think Amazon, right? But I don't think that president should be running around pointing at companies and saying breaking them up without any kind of process here. It's not me, and my own personal opinion about going after folks that sounds more like Donald Trump thing to say, I'm going to bring up you guys know, we need to create systems and processes compared to Elizabeth Warren. I most certainly did not she's one that same. Well, again, she has let her discuss debate her positions. I'm telling you right now, we do not need a president that is going to use their own personal beliefs and tell you which companies we should break up. We need a president. It's going force antitrust laws in this country. And I will be that person. And last question are we gonna see sorry Dawson out on the campaign trail, you know, right now, I? Looking as as running around this country campaigning just to see rotary Dawson with her a few days ago for her fortieth birthday happy birthday hunting. And so let us work on our relationship, and we'll deal with the world as we continue to build this. Incredible love affair. All right. Senator booker. Thank you. Really? Thank you so much. They're keeping things in perspective right here. Thanks, jon..

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"bernie sanders medicare" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

News Talk 1130 WISN

02:06 min | 3 years ago

"bernie sanders medicare" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

"Money out of any entity in this country, or generally speaking any country on earth the federal government because of the taxes. It collects is the only entity possible to raise an army. This is also something that we would like to avoid. We would definitely like to avoid Jeff Bezos in Mark Zuckerberg having their own little fiefdoms and their own little armies that they'd be able to raise like this is the house stark house. Lancaster battle on game of thrones here. The fact that we do have public ownership. The fact that our taxes go to this is a function of government, a socialist structure government still has to contract with private companies, the private companies are still building the roads building and maintaining the school's socialism. Would dictate it a true socialist structure that the government is in fact, the owner of the companies that are maintaining everything the owner of the companies that are building everything it's owning the means of production in a modern what I call Neo socialist structure, you've got the redistribution of wealth within the framework of. Yes. In authencity capitalist society that redistributes money from people like Bill Gates to people who government determines is more deserving. It's essentially central planning, and it is true socialism in government controlling healthcare. This is what's so dangerous about Bernie Sanders Medicare for all planet does control the means of production of health coverage in health care. This is why it costs three point two trillion dollars per year. It's the punishment of wealth. It's the punishment of success. And you know, what I'm just realizing that there is a much broader topic here. And that we're going to get into it coming up after the top of the hour. I've just got. Way too much to say about this. In fact, we're going to do a little redistribution of wealth ourselves because we have got the thousand dollar spring green cash contests coming up right after the ten o'clock news your chance to win a thousand dollars just by texting you couldn't possibly get more socialist than that, we're distributing.

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"bernie sanders medicare" Discussed on KTOK

KTOK

04:44 min | 3 years ago

"bernie sanders medicare" Discussed on KTOK

"Be opened in five minutes capital. One. What's in your wallet capital? One in a the twenty seventeen tax cut law brought tax payments in two thousand eighteen to the lowest level since at least nineteen forty seven that has helped push corporate profits to record. Highs consumers are spending yet. Wage growth is constrained and labor costs are under control President Trump's deregulatory efforts provide an additional tailwind Rick Newman senior columnist at Yahoo. Finance says recession is not imminent, but another threat might be Rick. What do you mean? I think this might be about good as it gets for corporate America, they're enjoying the benefits of the Trump tax cuts sharply profits. The stock market has been doing honestly great in twenty nineteen. And you know, what there are a lot of Democrats looking at how well the corporate sector is doing and how will corporate shareholders are doing and saying, you know, what we don't think the middle class is getting much of a share of this coming up lots of proposals for how to rectify this. Elizabeth Warren, kind of consider her the conscience of the Democratic Party, and she wants to do things like impose a wealth tax. She wants to break up big companies like Amazon and Google and she outraged at of these companies actually paying a having no federal tax Bill at the end of the year. Once they've taken all the deductions for investments in our and stuff like that. She wants to do something about it. You know, we saw this other incident just recently where stocks of health insurance health insurance companies really got slammed. And it's only because it seems as if Bernie Sanders Medicare for all plan is getting a little more traction than it has in the past and the CEO of United health actually mentioned this in call and those those stocks got hammered just in a single day or a couple of days worth of trading. And that tells you that even investors are starting to look around and say, boy, if the Democrats get their way on some of this it could be trouble for some of the business sectors. Speaking with Rick Newman senior columnist at Yahoo finance. He's written a piece entitled winter is coming for big business toward the tail on your piece, you said business could be a big loser in the twenty twenty elections, even if Republicans win meaning what I think that this is not just a democratic issue. I mean, Trump President Trump is a kind of a unique sort of populous heater. He's not shy about going after big business. And I know I think it possible that even President Trump could find some ways to maybe cap. Penalize on these hard feelings. Some people have toward you know, culpa corporations that are doing so. Well, and there's even some polls that show that one poll, for example shows that sixty two percent of Republicans think big businesses should pay higher taxes. So it's not just Democrats. You think big businesses are getting a sweetheart deal? There are a lot of Republicans who feel that way. Explain some of the numbers regarding what Senator Warren would like or has proposed. Well, she wants to have a an additional corporate tax. She wants to put a seven percent tax on all profits above one hundred million dollars. Yeah. One hundred million dollars, and she said that would affect about twelve hundred companies. So what she's getting at here is that you know, in corporate when when most big companies report their profits to shareholders, they want that number to be high. They wanna say look we made a lot of money for you guys. And we're giving giving some of it back to you in the form of dividends or buying back shares, which you know, some people will say pushes the value the stock up, but then when they filed their. Taxes? And by the way, we don't normally see those tax returns. But we know that these companies claim all kinds of credits and deductions and take advantage of all the loopholes take advantage of the international tax system park revenue crop, which wherever in the world, it is most efficient and do that to get their taxes as low as they can. And in some cases, that's down to zero. So you know, that doesn't seem to be something wrong with that that Amazon Amazon supposedly paid zero in federal income taxes in two thousand eighteen what Amazon says and this is true. They do pay payroll taxes to all their workers, and they didn't imply a couple hundred thousand people. So that's, you know, people who are, you know, earning a living from Amazon, but to be seemed to be something wrong. I mean, I will grant her this when a company is successful Amazon can actually win which tax Bill down to zero. And you know, Amazon's not breaking the law, and she acknowledged that. But these are companies that are just taking advantage of every single tax break, they can find in hiring the experts who know how to find them. And I think I think. It's like with resonate with voters. Nice. Rick Newman senior columnist at Yahoo. Finance reminder, by the way, we can connect on social media. You can friend us on Facebook. You can follow us on Twitter at this.

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"bernie sanders medicare" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

01:34 min | 3 years ago

"bernie sanders medicare" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"We can make that happen. Is that we can have national voting, and that means get rid of the electoral college. Mildly opportunistic about this their arguments for getting rid of the electoral college actually hear those arguments. They're reasonable arguments for it. But the argument can't be Trump won and add. Unfortunately is the democratic argument on this score the electoral college has served America. Pretty well. And the fact is that if we were to have a straight popular vote. There is no question that people who live in the rural areas would certainly feel a greater divide from people who live in the cities because the fact is that the cities would then dominate our electoral politics, nobody would get campaign to and be everybody campaigning in LA and New York in Washington DC and Chicago all of which wasn't all great cities. I mean, I live in LA, I've been a city boy, all my life. But the fact is if you want to help rural divides be overcome. That's probably not the way to do it that wasn't the only radical Elizabeth Warren proposal. She also said that she would think about eliminating private insurance. I like how Democrats are just like. Yeah. I'll think about this proposal to eliminate one hundred sixty five million healthcare plans it's worth considering. Well, maybe you should have considered it before you enter the presidential race lady. You are coast. Sponsor of Senator Bernie Sanders Medicare for for all Bill, and I understand there are a lot of different paths universal coverage, but his Bill co-sponsored would essentially eliminate private insurance. Is that something you could support? He's a runway for that. I think we get everybody together. And that's what it is will decide we start with our values were kept.

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"bernie sanders medicare" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:29 min | 3 years ago

"bernie sanders medicare" Discussed on KQED Radio

"We're launching on the policy positions of the twenty twenty presidential candidates tonight. Lisa Desjardins explores the various approaches to reforming healthcare coverage that some prominent contenders are advocating first some background. We'll pay for it by in the big name big field democratic race for president healthcare is the biggest issue healthcare as a right not a privilege much of it echoing one candidate is healthcare a human, right? Or is it not Vermont Senator Bernie Sanders Medicare for all legislation is co sponsored by no less than four other senators and one congresswoman running for president the Sanders Bill would create one government run healthcare system, ending private health insurance Medicare and Medicaid enroll lease we transition into the new system, it would not impact the veterans affairs or Indian health services coverage. But even as most. Democratic contenders. So far seem to agree look carefully. There is divided over how far to go and how fast the day he announced his presidential run. New Jersey Senator Corey Booker when asked said he would not end private health insurance, even countries that have this access to offer healthcare still have private healthcare. So now also in favor of keeping private health insurance are senators Cureton gillibrand of New York and Elizabeth Warren of Massachusetts that versus California. Senator Kamala Harris who told a CNN townhall in January. She does want to end private insurance. I believe the solution. And I'm and I'm actually feel very strongly about this is that we need to have Medicare for all. Later her communications team walked that back saying she is open to other plans as well. Fully government run healthcare is the broadest idea, but many democratic candidates also support smaller takes on that like expanding Medicare to start ten years earlier at age fifty five or offering a so called public option, which would be a government run health insurance plan possibly like Medicare south bend mayor. Bloomberg judge told us hours, Judy Woodruff. He likes government option now as a first step take a version of Medicare or something like it. Make it available as a public option on the exchange, then this will be a very natural glide path to a single payer environment. Meanwhile, hauling shows, this is good.

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"bernie sanders medicare" Discussed on On Point with Tom Ashbrook | Podcasts

On Point with Tom Ashbrook | Podcasts

02:25 min | 3 years ago

"bernie sanders medicare" Discussed on On Point with Tom Ashbrook | Podcasts

"The the flip side is as as as as everybody knows is that most people have insurance right now and a lot of people actually like their insurance. About that. Because from your reporting, I'm curious, how Americans generally view, this idea of Medicare for all because I'm reading here that, you know, a lot of folks like it, initially, Democrats and Republicans. But when you start to explain it when you start to talk about the cost, and that it means giving up your current insurance plans, for example, support really really plummets. Yeah. Yeah. So there was this. There was a there's been a lot of polling on this in the most recent one I think was about a week ago from the Kaiser family foundation, which is probably the most has done the most polling on this over the years. And is exactly like you said. So you ask people do you like Medicare for all it pulls super? Well, is it sounds good? I think people think yeah, I like Medicare that sounds great. Then you start asking detailed questions about what it would entail, and you can really push the result either way. So you can tell you know, you can tell people, hey, did you know, that you know, here's this Medicare for all plan. It'll mean guaranteed insurance for everybody with no out of pocket. Expenses and people get really excited about it. Then you say, oh, by the way, it means getting rid of private insurance or means giving up the coverage you have and support really plummets. And so you know, you can see going into the debate. Now, even though we're just starting this debate, the people have conflicting feelings about this. They don't entirely understand it. And there are some very serious. Reservations about what the plan would attempt about thirty seconds before our break. Here has the CBO scored any of this had they scored Bernie Sanders Medicare for all Bill. Do we have an idea of the cost CBO has not done analysis? There have been some independent analyses. They all seem to land in the same place. Which is that on paper. You're looking at about thirty to thirty trillion dollars over ten years. That sounds like a lot of money. It is a lot of money. But are reasons why that may or may not be a change for the better, which, you know, maybe something to talk about later, we are discussing Medicare for all and the Democrats embracing it as. As part of their twenty twenty platform. You can join the conversation was healthcare an issue that influenced your vote in the twenty eighteen midterms. How important is it to you as we head toward twenty twenty? We'd love to hear from you on this for back after the break. I'm Jane clayson. This is on point..

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"bernie sanders medicare" Discussed on State of the Union with Jake Tapper

State of the Union with Jake Tapper

03:35 min | 3 years ago

"bernie sanders medicare" Discussed on State of the Union with Jake Tapper

"They're both co-sponsors of the Bernie Sanders Medicare for all let's discuss Akari fifty six percent of Americans favor Medicare for all. According to new Kaiser poll, but when you ask would you favor it if it eliminates private insurance companies as the Bernie Sanders Bill essentially does it drops to thirty seven percent. I think what you're going to see is throughout this process Democrats in their plans, and their ideas, and all of these proposals are going to be fleshed out and people are going to get to the root of it. But when what you saw this past week was you saw a slight difference of opinion because I think that Medicare for all is the standard in the Democratic Party now, but you have different ways in different candidates who want to get there. So I still favor, for example, making sure that we still have a healthy providence insurance industry in this country. But I do believe that we need to move towards a Medicare for all inlet let private insurance fill in those gaps. And I think that you have Kamla hairs. And Cory Booker who have sponsored bills throughout the whole plethora or the whole John or of that making sure that we get just an and if we just dropped the age limit for Medicare five years, I think we at least cover more people, and we can at least start to have those discussions. I want you to take a listen to the White House's comments this week about Cory Booker. They seem to have some had had some rather pointed criticism. Senator Cory Booker announced today that he's also running. There are a lot of Democrats on the good noches. No chance I say why because I know him. I don't think it is chance. I think quite book Booker often sounds like a hallmark card and not necessarily a person who's there to tell you everything he's accomplished in the United States Senate and his mayor of Newark, what's your take totally agree with the president. He has no chance. There's far more formidable candidates democratic this is a guy I mean watches performance during the cavenaugh hearing completely discredited himself. He has flip flopped on major issues over the years. He tends to say what the audience wants to hear. That's not what people are looking for. I don't think in either political party. These Democrats have smart strong candidates. I think Kamala Harris, comma, Harris. Didn't say Camille was good. And I also think she led the way in some ways on the north issue. I thought her cheap she needed to speak, and she did it. So she seems to be strong to meet Beto. I think is still lurking out there. Cory Booker is is is an interesting person. But he's not going to be the next. Do you think? Well, I thought the president's statement was less racist than other comments. He's made about black candidates kudos so kudos. That's a plus perhaps a nod to black history month frac like he didn't say he didn't say they were ignorant or not educated. What have you usually tends to do? I think Corey is someone if you've ever seen him on the campaign trail, he is very inspiring. And I think as with all these candidates that is why we have a primary process, right? Where you get to see how do they do can they flush out their ideas about health care about? How do we get to? If it's Medicare for all. Or if it is do you maintain you know, some firm of private insurance? How do we get there? And I think that what's going to be pas. Tive is that conversation. I actually think that Cory booker's problems. It's going to be within the Democratic Party. And it's going to relate to his job as mayor of Newark, I think he was terrific mayor of Newark, he supported choice for public school children in Newark. And he's going to have trouble with the teachers union, and it is very difficult to get the nomination. We've got the teachers unions on the other side Democrats were throwing a curveball this week with the possible entry at least a a testing for independent candidate Howard Schultz, the former CEO of Starbucks Senator Sherrod Brown of Ohio is contemplating running for president. He hasn't denounced. But he does have some thoughts on Howard Schultz. Let's roll tape..

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"bernie sanders medicare" Discussed on CNN's The Daily DC

CNN's The Daily DC

01:34 min | 3 years ago

"bernie sanders medicare" Discussed on CNN's The Daily DC

"For listening today on the podcast, comma, Harris in Iowa, you may have seen last night. If you didn't I urge you to go online and check it out CNN hosted first big presidential event of the cycle with the latest entrant into the democratic nomination race, California. Senator Kamala Harris, she joined Jake tapper on stage at Drake university in Des Moines last night for a town hall and took questions from potential Iowa democratic caucus goers one of those questions was questioned about healthcare. And I want you to hear an interesting exchange as Jake followed up on that question about Medicare for all. Now, just remember comma Harris as has Elizabeth born and Cory Booker signed on to. The Bernie Sanders Medicare for all plan their co-sponsors this was something year or so ago that Sanders sort of it was his post-presidential campaign back to life in the Senate pursuing his policy agenda, and it was the first real big indication as these other potential twenty twenty candidates got on board with it of just where they all sensed that the gravitational pull was moving in the Democratic Party on these you have health care to the left not just tinkering with and fixing whatever Democrats may believe still ails ObamaCare scrapping that and going to a full on socialized medicine Medicare for all government paid for plan..

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"bernie sanders medicare" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

06:56 min | 3 years ago

"bernie sanders medicare" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"There early enough, you can eat be free breakfast for the people who stay there. And nobody's checking so go ahead and eat their breakfast, right? So FOX did one of their polls. I think all the cable news channels do this. I see them on FOX mostly maybe because I watch FOX more. But they'll do these polls. Right. So you gotta show with your audience. That is watching you because they agree with you for the most part. And then you put up a poll. Do you think this was a good idea from Trump or not have me having spent forty five minutes telling you, this was a great idea? To do that all the time you watch his show because I tell you. It's a good idea. Then you put up a poll you come back from the commercials and say that we were right? Ninety five percent of people think it was a good idea for Trump to do this. Yes of your audience, and you can vote as many times you want. But anyway, so they did this on FOX and friends the other day Bernie Sanders Medicare for all Bill. It's estimated by some to cost thirty two point six trillion dollars. Although I have a study that says that wouldn't be the case, and I should get to at some point. But anyway, would the benefits outweigh the costs? Seventy three percent said yes that was a good idea. So somebody wants and fiends so somebody or a group of people jumped on their online poll and just really, you know. Yeah. Ginned up the the response tweeted it out. I'm sure which I only take that. As a is fine. It's pointing out a dumb. Most polls are just they're just dumb. It's just dumb. It's it. It makes me embarrassed for for the media when you do this on quick online polls. And then act like that means a frequent thing about anything. But. On the healthcare thing. So the New York Times with this long article hit you with the the main stat the rate of bankruptcy for people sixty five and older is three times what it was in nineteen ninety one. It is tripled not amount of time in the one of the interesting things is for all your other age groups, it's going down. But for those sixty five and older, it has just skyrocketed, and they do a really long article, even by New York time standards to get into all the different angles. And the reasons why this is true now a couple of things there's no arguing with that medical costs are just out of hand. There's no doubting that and there's a couple of other things, but in this exhaustive article with all this data and graphs and all these talk a day. Here's here's a Susan who seventy five and lives in wherever the hell. She lives and she's out of money because she broke her ankle. All the experts and everything else. Nobody ever even touched on this generation grew up in a house three times as big as their parents did because everybody thought they needed a big house. You know, this generation drove new cars at a rate ten times what the my parents who just visited over the weekend and a retired comfortably have never owned a new car in their life. But this generation buys new cars all the time. This generation flies everywhere when the previous generation trove everywhere because they thought flying was too expensive. This generation lot of them have been to Europe are Hawaii wherever that other generation. They never been any Guinea those places like my parents because they thought it was too expensive. How are you not because one of the factors that they did point out is they have no savings, and you're just supposed to leap to the conclusion. I guess that they have no savings because medical care costs are so high they couldn't possibly have any say if you're not even gonna touch on the fact that people live in bigger houses and buy new cars and travel more and eat out all the time. You're not even going to address that at all. Well. And you love to touch on that you'll have the fact that in a generation or two we went from a country that was the vast majority of people would wait until they had the money to buy something, for instance, a car whether it be new or used and now, we are almost entirely a credit society. She could factor that in that if you pay one and a half times, or whatever it ends up being for everything right because you bought it on credit. Yeah. But how do you leave that out of the conversation? Not only a minor part of the article, but not mentioned the tall. They made one mention of credit card rates being so so high that was one of the reasons for bankruptcies, not yeah. Exactly. They not only diminish that as a factor. They didn't consider that factor. So is that conscious? No bias. No. Or do you think even scarier, it is I think it's unconscious. I think it's this. I think it is people think that is just you you get to do that you get to live in his big house. You want to buy new cars and fly to Hawaii in the summer and do that sort of stuff? And if when you when you're out. Of money at the end of your life, or whenever that is the world's screwing you somehow that is America's system being wrong. And we need to soak the people were currently working for money, which is the scariest proposition, right? Not biased. It's just a belief. Are they unaware of the transitions? We're just describing how would you be? How would you possibly be present ISM obsessed with what is all these all these journalists and people making the graphs everything like that? They don't recognize they don't remember that they grew up in a tiny house with brothers and sisters, and now people that are couples with no kids live in houses three times as big on average. I mean, it's just an average stat. Look it up right size houses exploded. Yeah. The average size of a house and flying and eating out. And all this other stuff. We already mentioned I how do you not factor that in that much money? You have left the life. I don't know. That's that's malpractice. Journalism wise. Well, like, you said the scariest thing is that nobody thinks you should take that into account. Apparently. That is scary. That is that's a horrifying. If you're if you are trying to save money and driving used cars are not taking vacations or whatever to have some money left over. It's pretty scary. Because the the obvious political argument is you've got money some of that should go to that person that doesn't. Yeah. But they bought a new car every year. Sorry doesn't make any difference. Well, and if some of your money can go to to people, you will lose every single election for the rest of your life collections are to a large extent of function of handing stuff out to people in buying their vote boy and all that Steiner support that lifestyle stuff would add up to a lot of money over fifty years. We especially invested. Oh, yeah. Yes. It could be the difference between having a million and a half dollars in in in stocks and savings and foreign or zero that Matt lifestyle. Yes. Easily. Yeah. Indisputable? I'm talking about people not make a ton of money. Just you know live in a regular job. Just do the math. It's pretty simple math. But it really is troubling to me that that was not even thrown in. I thought oh God they're going to throw this in the last paragraph as like a line. Of course, this generation has spent more money throughout their lives. No needn't, even not even a nod toward it. That's her to people. Yeah. Well, I think we're doomed we are. Yeah. Absolutely. Well, and it's it's so borne out by the federal government, which just response to the wishes of the people look at us twenty. What is it twenty two trillion in debt? Now, I've lost track changes pretty quickly. Yeah. I don't I.

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DEP Seeks Recruits for 2018-2019 Americorps Watershed Ambassador

Jay Talking

05:14 min | 4 years ago

DEP Seeks Recruits for 2018-2019 Americorps Watershed Ambassador

"Tomorrow and. Good morning I'm Deb Lawler top stories we're watching transportation officials are warning commuters both on the road and on the rails to expect big delays around the com- avenue bridge project riders on the mass pike should expect backups in that stretches just two lanes get by in both directions and green line b service will be replaced by. Shuttle buses between Babcock and Blandford streets a TSA domestic surveillance program is drawing, criticism for tracking information on. US citizens not suspected of any crimes the quiet skies program, uses a computer algorithm to spot flyers whose travel and activities match with current threat intelligence and six women who had professional dealings with CBS chief executive les Moonves says say he sexually harassed them during incidents between the. Nineteen eighty s and the late two thousands in other news now the month. Of July winding down and so. Are gas prices oil analyst trilby lumber gasoline. Prices are. Down three cents over the past two weeks to the average. Of two ninety one that's. Actually what could oil did on an equivalent basis and sounds per gallon so they're following crude oil down prices are still over fifty cents higher than they were a year ago and early morning fire yesterday damages a number of rooms at the Cape hedge in Rockport no one was hurt the fire started and was contained to the. Second floor no word on the cause according to a new study Senator Bernie, Sanders Medicare for all plan. Would increase government healthcare spending by more than thirty two trillion, dollars over ten years and would require historic tax increases to pay for it the study by George Mason university's libertarian policy. Institute in Virginia found the Medicare for all plan would deliver significant savings. On administration and drug costs but increased demand for care would drive up spending Sanders calls. A study misleading civil. Rights icon in veteran Georgia congressman John Lewis has been, released from the hospital and. Given a clean Bill of, health he was. Admitted over the weekend no word on exactly what sent him to the hospital in New York thrill seekers got more than they bargained for during a ride on. A legendary rollercoaster For more than. Ninety years thrill seekers had jammed onto the cyclone rollercoaster in Coney Island or the sound of the cars going click. Clack on the wooden, track is almost as iconic as the screams, of the riders but Saturday there is only the sound of silence a power. Failure stopped the ride and left riders stranded in the middle of the track. Employees helped him walk. Down the roller coaster nobody was hurt and the ride. Soon reopened Brian. Clark ABC news New York good news for Disneyland employees in California almost ten thousand we'll be getting a raise at the beginning, of the year and some up to forty percent. Increases the parent company Walt Disney also says it's going to. Pay every employees a minimum fifteen dollars an hour in an effort to commit to care. For its employees employers who are, eager to hire trying a new policy of no experience necessary here's CBS's map piper Americans looking to land a first job face their best odds of success In, years employers say. They are abandoning preferences for college degrees and specific skill sets to speed up hiring and broaden the pool of job. Candidates one staffing agency, says cutting job credential requirements is more common, in cities such as Dallas and Louisville where unemployment is lowest another change and. Number of employers are reportedly making in their hiring processes skipping the drug tests. The MAC daddy of. All burger celebrates a big birthday today you know what we're talking about The Big Mac launched in nineteen sixty eight with unforgettable, TV jingle the recipe. For it has not changed while all around the golden arches changes swirling. The company struggling to, stay relevant, McDonald's actually reducing the number of its outlets across. America hey let's do that again McDonald's Big. Mac, Jim Taylor CBS news Last thing at night Alexa wake me up at six AM tomorrow to, WBZ NewsRadio, on iheartradio Alarm set for six AM tomorrow to WBZ News. Radio ten thirty from I heart radio it's easy to eat all the news traffic and weather you need from Alexa by listening. To WBZ NewsRadio ten thirty on iheartradio WBZ news time five. Fifty three traffic and weather together the Subaru retailers of New England all-wheel-drive traffic on the threes I would Aaron Chris Culkeen already starting to see those delays, in the mass pike forming as you're making your way to the the overpass in the work the work that's ongoing now. On the mass bike at, the Cobb overpass we've got delays back beyond the Allston. Brighton offramp so keep that in mind early delays. And they're only going to get heavier elsewhere looking at delays up north on route one southbound we've got a crash as you're making. Your way southbound right by route rather one twenty eight southbound at route one twentieth. South route one of minor crash minor delays ruin a..

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