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Fresh update on "bob ferguson" discussed on Seattle's Morning News

Seattle's Morning News

01:12 min | 3 hrs ago

Fresh update on "bob ferguson" discussed on Seattle's Morning News

"To get vaccinated. There's applied to do it their logistics to do it. It can also be down to the wire. It really depends on us on all of us. Lacey Fehrenbach, deputy secretary of Our state's Covid responses up to 15,000 people a day are still getting their first shots. We need about nine times that to reach 70%. After years of planning crews are set to break ground on a new Costco in Lake Stevens Mayor Bret Gang, Li says construction could start as soon as next week. According to the Herald, the city just approve selling the company 13 acres of land for $3.8 million Project has taken about three years, with pushback from some residents over the traffic impact of a Costco there, and environmental concerns as well. More than two dozen guns stolen in a burglary and Lyndon are now accounted for. The Watkin County Sheriff's Office says A man came back from a trip earlier this week to find his house had been broken into 29 guns had been stolen. Deputies were able to identify the suspects using video surveillance and arrested them and an online vaping store caught in a sting operation will be fined $375,000 by Washington State Attorney General Bob Ferguson says e juice Vapor Incorporated violated the state's online age verification law. It's a 33. Cairo radio. Real time traffic.

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Fresh update on "bob ferguson" discussed on News, Traffic and Weather

News, Traffic and Weather

00:39 min | 14 hrs ago

Fresh update on "bob ferguson" discussed on News, Traffic and Weather

"CEO of White Thorn Games, which he says focuses on the less intense, cozy side of the gaming market. There's always been a voice for the explosion. And the gunfire and that kind of thing, and and this is a movement to just give a voice to some alternative content that we think hasn't really been seen in a long time and alternative games attract alternative gamers to We have everything from like knitters to birdwatchers. Ted cooks, too, You know, it's one of many poppies with tech trends. I'm Michelle Franzen, ABC News Google will pay the state of Washington more than $423,000 for violating the state's campaign finance disclosure law. The Washington State attorney general's office accuses Google of not retaining and disclosing state political ad records. This is the second time Bob Ferguson has taken action against Google over political advertising. Google released a statement that reads in part, while we continue to take issue with the applicability and enforceability of the state's political advertising a disclosure laws. We're settling this case because we believe the best way to resolve this matter is to work collaboratively with Washington state regulators to reform those laws rather than litigate our position in court, the worst traffic in the country mostly.

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Murder Charges Filed Against Officers in Black Man's Death

AP News Radio

00:42 sec | 3 weeks ago

Murder Charges Filed Against Officers in Black Man's Death

"Hi Mike Rossi a reporting murder charges are being filed in Washington state against two police officers in the death of a black man Washington Attorney General Bob Ferguson has charged officers Christopher Burbank and Matthew Collins with second degree murder and officer Timothy Rankin with first degree manslaughter in the death of manual Ellis last March Ellis a black man died after telling the Tacoma officers were restraining him that he couldn't breathe the Pierce county medical examiner called his death a homicide while also listing methamphetamine intoxication and heart disease as factors Ellis died just weeks before the death of George Floyd under the knee of a white Minneapolis police officer triggered a nationwide reckoning on race and policing hi Mike Rossio

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Scammers are selling fake COVID-19 vaccination cards online

News, Traffic and Weather

00:19 sec | 2 months ago

Scammers are selling fake COVID-19 vaccination cards online

"It's probably not a surprise, but there's a problem emerging with phony Cove in 19 vaccination cards. Washington Attorney General Bob Ferguson is joining an effort to support an FBI investigation into online retailers and individuals selling fake vaccination cards and posts encouraging people to print their own cards at

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Purdue Pharma Offers Restructuring Plan, Sackler Family Would Give Up Ownership

News and Perspective with Tom Hutyler

00:36 sec | 3 months ago

Purdue Pharma Offers Restructuring Plan, Sackler Family Would Give Up Ownership

"Do Pharma submitting its bankruptcy restructuring plan overnight? Here's compost Frank Lindsay. The Sackler family owns the company. They boosted their offer to settle opioid lawsuits to $4.28 billion. That's 1.3 billion Maura than their original offer. Produce farm a file the bankruptcy restructuring plan right before the midnight deadline. Money from the settlement deal will go to reimburse states, local governments and other plaintiffs who super due for its role in the opioid crisis. Last month, Washington State Attorney General Bob Ferguson announced our state share would be $13.5 Million, which will go toward treatment prevention and other efforts to fight the opioid

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Seattle ticket company ordered to refund $9 million

Seattle Now

00:23 sec | 3 months ago

Seattle ticket company ordered to refund $9 million

"Based brown paper tickets will refund nine million dollars. To event organizers and ticket buyers whose plans got cancelled by covid attorney general bob ferguson. Who took the company to court says. Forty five thousand people in the country are owed a refund. If that's you you don't have to do anything to get your money. The office says the company will be getting in touch to pay back

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Washington State sues government, push for COVID vaccine uptake, and indigenous rights activist dies

Native America Calling

03:57 min | 5 months ago

Washington State sues government, push for COVID vaccine uptake, and indigenous rights activist dies

"The national native news on tonia gonzales washington state attorney general bob ferguson announced. The state is suing the federal government to stop. Its plans to sell the national archives building in seattle the government which ship off digitize records to archive centers out of state as steve jackson reports. Tribal nations are among those that. Want the information to stay in the pacific northwest. Bob ferguson says. The plan violates current law. Because there's an exemption for buildings the archive being put up for sale if it's used for specific types of research in addition he says the federal government didn't consult with those who would be impacted by the closure that includes twenty nine native american tribes have signed onto the suit. Fawn sharp is the president of the chronology indian nation. She says native americans in the northwest are seeing a resurgence of language and culture and the archive is a vital source for information leading to a point of just having a basic understanding of this rich and baskets and if if this information were to ever leave the pacific northwest there would be a loss gnarly his tribal nation. It'd be lost entire at pacific northwest and put a price on a value of what those are. House at tribal nations ferguson says the suit seeks an injunction to stop the sale of the building. He hopes the case will receive an expedited hearing in federal court for national native news. I'm steve jackson reporting from spokane leaders and tribal communities are getting creative to encourage uptake of the cove. Nineteen vaccine the mountain west news bureaus savannah mar reports. The northern arapaho tribe has been hit hard by the pandemic and many tribal members are eager to be vaccinated. That's according to lisa. You're walking with the tribes medical clinic. However there are some that do have questions she says. Clinic staff have been fielding those questions via social media. And they've been getting help from arapahoe. Ceremonial elders like george moss. Who agreed to get the first shot in to have it. Broadcast live on facebook people. To have mr moss him so i can take the vaccine is speaks volumes tribes like the navajo nation had council members get vaccinated on camera. The black feet nation in montana is using the black veep language to counter misinformation and educate members about the safety and efficacy of the vaccine for the mountain west news bureau. I'm savannah mar georgina. Lewis from alabama pueblo in new mexico intends to run for congress. The five term state democratic lawmaker and attorney is joining the race for the anticipated of the first congressional district currently held by deb holland holland. Who's a member of laguna pueblo has been picked by the biden harris team for secretary of the interior. If holland's confirmed the state would call for a special election wants the. Us house vacancy occurs with candidates nominated by major political parties in new mexico on her campaign website. Lewis says she's been a tireless champion for the earth people and future generations and would continue. The fight holland began holland. Strong advocate for native american issues environmental issues and missing and murdered indigenous women and girls rancher and indigenous rights advocate carry. Dan has died in nevada. At the age of eighty eight democracy now reports kerry and her late sister. Mary long fought the federal government over land rights and environmental issues. The western shoshoni sisters were committed to protecting their way of life and the rights of their people fighting for land back and land restoration from poisoning. Their legal and political battles began in the nineteen seventies and they spent their lives advocating for indigenous rights. I antonio

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Trump sues in Pennsylvania, Michigan; asks for Wisconsin recount

Tom and Curley

00:44 sec | 8 months ago

Trump sues in Pennsylvania, Michigan; asks for Wisconsin recount

"Once he's elected. Not so fast, says the Trump campaign. It's requesting a recount in Wisconsin and filed lawsuits today in Pennsylvania and Michigan, CBS News campaign reporter Cara Corti as we prepare for this new batch of lawsuits coming from the Trump campaign. Know that they have a history of alleging fraudulent activity, but not being able to actually prove it. The president also said last night he wanted quote all voting to stop Washington State Attorney General Bob Ferguson. What the president did last night was obviously so disciplined, shocking on many levels, but no, he doesn't have that power. That doesn't mean he won't try Bob Ferguson on Seattle's morning news. Washington State today is reporting a

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Twitter to pay $100k to Washington state in settlement over political ad disclosure violations

News and Perspective with Tom Hutyler

00:17 sec | 8 months ago

Twitter to pay $100k to Washington state in settlement over political ad disclosure violations

"Twitter will pay the state of Washington $100,000 for multiple violations of state campaign finance laws. State Attorney General Bob Ferguson says that a statement Twitter received nearly $200,000 for campaign ads from 2012. Too late 2019 but failed to follow state disclosure laws. Twitter banned all political ads in November of last year.

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Amazon is purging Washington Redskins merchandise from its marketplace

KIRO Nights

00:15 sec | 1 year ago

Amazon is purging Washington Redskins merchandise from its marketplace

"Washington Redskins football team merchandise will be sold by the world's biggest online retailer. Washington State Attorney General Bob Ferguson says Amazon managers agree the name is a racial slur. The pro football team's owner said last week that a name change is being considered

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Amazon Pulls Washington Redskins Merch As Pressure Grows To Change Team Name

Afternoon News with Tom Glasgow and Elisa Jaffe

00:30 sec | 1 year ago

Amazon Pulls Washington Redskins Merch As Pressure Grows To Change Team Name

"Amazon, saying it's pulling Washington Redskins football merchandise from its website. Here's Comb. O Seu Romero is after State Attorney General Bob Ferguson wrote a letter to Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos urging him to stop selling the NFL merchandise that he says uses a quote racial slur against Native Americans. In the letter, Ferguson acknowledged other big companies like FedEx, Nike and Dicks. Sporting goods are also calling for a team name change. The team announced last week that it had started A thorough review of its

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NAACP, local Seattle families call for reform in wake of fatal officer-involved shootings

News, Traffic and Weather

01:45 min | 1 year ago

NAACP, local Seattle families call for reform in wake of fatal officer-involved shootings

"Families whose loved ones died in officer involved shootings are working with the regional chapter of the N. double ACP to advocate for specific police reform measures the live NYC pop of reports from Seattle with what those families had to say how many times we gotta keep reminding you on the street where and resident Gerald Hankerson says change needs to happen now but we don't have to go to the east coast right here in the city obscene Hankerson in the local chapter of the N. double ACP invited people who lost a family member by a law enforcement officer every to sit down and discuss what kind of changes they want to see here in Washington more quick justice we we wanted fast since your son Sean this call back in April by police did you shoot unarmed man with his baby in his arms when he ran into the back yard and had nowhere else to go that's the only question that needs to be asked many of the families here wanted leaders like Seattle mayor Jenny Durkan and Pierce county sheriff Paul pastore to resign for these incidents what they say is an action that followed stop making announcements about what you plan on doing and actually do it even after Attorney General Bob Ferguson announced a statewide inquiry of all officer involved shooting investigations families like many Ellis's mom marsia Carter say they're tired of what they call empty promises all the crying is stopping now I want to see action attention that they say is long overdue we need to get them the off of our necks in our communities which has been on on deck for since we've been here and part of that action includes looking at nine nine forty because they say there are still issues with it even after it was approved two years ago Nick problem come on Everest

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U.S. states sue Trump administration over fuel efficiency rollback

WBZ Morning News

00:33 sec | 1 year ago

U.S. states sue Trump administration over fuel efficiency rollback

"Nearly two dozen states are suing the trump administration over rollbacks in fuel efficiency standards the standards rolled back were for cars and light duty trucks the administration saying they were no longer needed and had a negative effect on business but a coalition of states and cities says that violates the clean air act the trump administration is really trying to systematically rolled back numerous environmental protections this one may be their most egregious attempt yet that's Washington Attorney General Bob Ferguson who says the rollback would amount to more than two billion metric tons of air

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Sixth confirmed Amazon employee dies from COVID-19

Morning News with Manda Factor and Gregg Hersholt

00:28 sec | 1 year ago

Sixth confirmed Amazon employee dies from COVID-19

"Center and Amazon warehouse workers become the company's six confirmed deaths from cold at nineteen this comes as Amazon safety measures face increased scrutiny as we hear from Kamal score one Hey camas on confirms fifty nine year old warehouse employee George lead died from the corona virus more than a month ago he worked at the company's distribution center in Long Island in New York as we told you yesterday fifteen state attorneys general including Washington's Bob Ferguson

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In a letter to Amazon, 13 AGs call for increased transparency on worker protections

News, Traffic and Weather

00:21 sec | 1 year ago

In a letter to Amazon, 13 AGs call for increased transparency on worker protections

"A group of thirteen U. S. attorneys general including Washington's Bob Ferguson has sent a letter to Amazon asking the E. commerce giant to provide data on coronavirus link infections and deaths among its workforce along with evidence of the company's compliance with paid sick leave laws in recent weeks Amazon has fired at least for workers who raised concerns about workplace

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State AGs ask Amazon to provide data on worker deaths, coronavirus safety

News, Traffic and Weather

00:21 sec | 1 year ago

State AGs ask Amazon to provide data on worker deaths, coronavirus safety

"A group of thirteen U. S. attorneys general including Washington's Bob Ferguson has sent a letter to Amazon asking the E. commerce giant to provide data on coronavirus link infections and deaths among its workforce along with evidence of the company's compliance with paid sick leave laws in recent weeks Amazon has fired at least for workers who raised concerns about workplace

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AG orders Seattle business to stop selling virus 'vaccine'

News, Traffic and Weather

00:37 sec | 1 year ago

AG orders Seattle business to stop selling virus 'vaccine'

"Washington state Attorney General Bob Ferguson has sent a letter warning a Seattle based business to halt selling a so called coded nineteen vaccine versions as of the company north because biologics or its owner Johnny T. Stein don't stop making false claims in the company could be sued under the state consumer protection act in a Facebook post Stein claims to have developed a vaccine that is made him immune to cold that nineteen offers his vaccine for four hundred dollars Ferguson notes that no effective treatment or vaccine for covert nineteen has been identified Stein's company in a Facebook post says the product is no longer available because of

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Washington AG sues Facebook over political ads

Afternoon News with Tom Glasgow and Elisa Jaffe

00:20 sec | 1 year ago

Washington AG sues Facebook over political ads

"Washington state suing Facebook again for selling political ads without disclosing all necessary information about who's behind them Attorney General Bob Ferguson first sued Facebook over the issue back in twenty eighteen and the company then agreed to a settlement the suit filed today claims Facebook has continued to sell ads worth more than a half million

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States claim Trump’s new firearm rules will allow spread of 3D printed gun blueprints online

News and Perspective with Taylor Van Cise

00:27 sec | 1 year ago

States claim Trump’s new firearm rules will allow spread of 3D printed gun blueprints online

"Plastic guns created with three D. printers are the target of state Attorney General Bob Ferguson latest lawsuit against the trump administration Ferguson along with AG's in twenty other states is fighting new administration rules that would allow the online distribution of three D. gun blueprints our lawsuit argues that lifting these restrictions on downloadable ghost guns is unlawful Ferguson says three D. printing could put untraceable guns in the hands of felons and

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"bob ferguson" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

02:07 min | 1 year ago

"bob ferguson" Discussed on KOMO

"In the Attorney General Bob Ferguson really don't represent the people you know in the in the particulars of you know the second amendment the governor tourney general calling for limiting the amount of rounds and magazine can hold banning online sales of ammunition to some people requiring further background checks and training in order to get a concealed weapons permit Seattle police officers been fired after posting vulgar and threatening political opinions on Instagram in one post The Seattle Times reports the officer seems to condone is sending mail bombs to former president Obama and former secretary of state Hillary Clinton the post directs a profanity to those who support undocumented immigrants the Seattle police office of professional accountability tells the times the officer was let go not because of his political views but for violating the part but social media policy bowling stock drop today como's Charlie harder tells us this comes as analysts predict an announcement of a sharp drop in earnings the stock price slid two point three percent after bank of America estimated the total cost of the seven thirty seven MAX grounding to be as high as twenty billion dollars that's double the current estimate Lesley Joseph wrote the story for CNBC and tells the cable network this comes ahead of an earnings call in late January or parts of the end of the month for some investors are clearly looking from some messages from Calhoun the new CEO took over this week it looks like the charge that Boeing talk in July that wasn't the end of it these comes as congressional investigators demand more emails from Boeing about the Max development Charlie harder como new auto insurance rates in the Seattle Tacoma metro area have risen almost thirty percent over the past decade come was Eric Heinz reports that's according to an independent insurance rate comparison site the zebra zebra is Nicole back says the increase was twenty seven percent since twenty eleven and nine percent from last year car insurance is priced based on a combination of who you are where you are what you drive and how you drive the most expensive zip code in western Washington is Seattle's nine eight one one eight followed.

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State attorney general proposing statewide cold case unit

News, Traffic and Weather

00:25 sec | 1 year ago

State attorney general proposing statewide cold case unit

"Sixteen hundred murders remain unsolved in Washington that's according to state Attorney General Bob Ferguson who hopes a new investigative unit can crack these cold cases ever Herald reports Ferguson is required we're requesting one point seven million dollars a year to form the unit to be made up of eight senior investigators an assistant Attorney General in a violent crime analyst says the unit would also tackles and ten thousand unsolved

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"bob ferguson" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

01:46 min | 3 years ago

"bob ferguson" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"America's First News Good Wednesday Morning America's First news continues. On this August I. Knew this morning a federal judge in Seattle has issued a temporary restraining order to stop the release of blueprints to make. Untraceable and undetectable three d.. Printed, plastic guns, eight democratic attorneys general filed that suit Monday, seeking the block the federal government settlement with the company that makes the. Plans available online that suit was led by Washington, state attorney, general Bob Ferguson. Complete total victory everything we asked got from judge last night So I think judge elastic on such a tight timeline to hear this case to hear the. Argument to ask questions of. All, sides and, issued a decision idea but be clear we're, asking for a nationwide temporary restraining order putting a halt to this outrageous. Decision by the federal government to allow these three, d. downloadable, guns to be. Available around our country and around the world That really means Any entity or individual to post online is legal under federal law was the federal government Made the decision to allow Staffs before the federal government made this decision to someone try to post online illegal Very serious federal law Is our hope now Trump's tweet this, morning, seemed to indicate well we all know. It makes no sense I think we're his words to these three guns to be downloadable I agree with, that, I would make a little stronger makes. No damn sense no damn sense at all to make those available.

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"bob ferguson" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

01:41 min | 3 years ago

"bob ferguson" Discussed on KOMO

"Is a retired airline pilot when you are dealing with what we call a high-speed aboard which is anything, over about eighty. Knots there are so many things you could go, wrong it's. Mind boggling eight people were injured. Two critically a federal judge in Seattle is. Temporarily blocked the release, of blueprints, to, make three d printable guns available online eight states sued to block the release which was to begin tonight. But will not, now vice president Pence goes to Hawaii tomorrow. We'll he'll wear he'll, receive the, remains of fifty five US soldiers killed in the Korean conflict released by North Korea State, department spokeswoman Heather Nauert profound data. Gratitude to those American service members who gave their lives in. Service to their country so long ago we are working diligently to bring them home Richard Cantu ABC news Stay connected. Stay informed KOMO news KOMO news. Time four thirty one in Seattle we have mostly clear skies and seventy. Eight degrees in for Tom Glasgow I'm. Taylor van Cise with Elisa Jaffe a federal judge in Seattle has put a temporary stop to. Making three, d guns on printers US district judge Robert last night issued a temporary restraining order against a downloadable blueprint. For three d. guns this afternoon this comes. One day after Washington and seven other states filed a lawsuit yesterday to block the Trump administration from allowing such blueprints state attorney general Bob Ferguson. Hopes to make the order permanent it is unlawful. To make, us for anyone criminal for, example someone who's a domestic abuser some who's not does not have the legal right on. A firearm, to download these plastic The company defense distributed of Austin. Texas was preparing to make the three d. downloadable, files, available, tomorrow we've reached, out to the second amendment..

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"bob ferguson" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

04:28 min | 3 years ago

"bob ferguson" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Live from NPR news in Culver City California I'm Dwayne Brown Eight states and the district of Columbia are going to court over the Trump administration's decision to lift the ban, on three d. printed. Guns claiming the decision endangers public safety Washington state attorney general Bob Ferguson says the administration's decision to allow blueprints. For three guns to be available on the internet is shocking some of these three d. printer guns are made with materials that will not set off. A metal detector after almost eighteen months of the Trump administration I was skeptical there is anything else this administration do that, would. Truly shocked me But they have a group out of. Texas called defense distributed has reportedly released designed in the past. Few days to a thousand people online for making homemade guns including an AR fifteen assault rifle longtime California congressman and co founder of the Congressional Black caucus Ron Dellums has died from cancer, at eighty two Dellums. Also served a term as Oakland mayor from member station k. q. e. d. i. Maserati reports Dellums was elected. To congress in the early nineteen seventies he was a fiery critic of the Vietnam war and the apartheid government of South Africa in one thousand nine. Hundred he hosted a recently freed Nelson Mandela at the Oakland Coliseum we will record Brothers called out Dictated Served one term as mayor of Oakland from two thousand seven to two thousand eleven from PR. News I'm guy marzorati in San Francisco stocks finished lower on Wall Street today with another slump in tech. Stocks offsetting gains in the energy. Sector the Dow lost one hundred forty four points or half a. Percent the NASDAQ dropped one hundred seven points or more than one. Percent this is NPR and this is WNYC in New. York I'm Sean. Carlson as you've been hearing on NPR state officials in New York and New Jersey are working to block the ability of guns made using three d.. Printers New York state Senator Brad Holman is introducing legislation that makes it illegal to make those so-called ghost guns without a gun manufacturing license oilman, says the guns are untraceable and could get into the hands of dangerous. People they completely circumvent federal and state laws around weapons that have been greatly restricted like assault weapons here in New York state starting August First manufacturing plants for making an pretty guns will be made available online by the open source company defense distributed following years of, litigation the state attorney general's of New York New jersey and several other states are also suing to block the plans from becoming. Available governor Andrew Cuomo says New York will reject health insurance premium increases that are due to changes made. To the portable correct last month. Insurers made their annual request to raise premiums in the state the. Company said about half of the increase was due to Congress's repeal. Of the individual mandate which required people to sign up. For insurance or. Else pay a fine but Cuomo says insurance will not be able to factor in the cost of losing the mandate in next year's premiums if we. Allow that rate increase to go through it'd be hundreds of millions of dollars as a bonanza to the private insurance companies Cuomo says since the, passage New York has cut its uninsured rate to five percent and that. He would not allow the Trump administration's efforts to undermine the healthcare law to roll back the state's progress New York state's proposal to A Bronx expressway is drawing opposition from an unexpected corner a coalition of. Five advocacy organization say they support joining the Sheridan expressway into a pedestrian friendly boulevard but disagree on where the exit ramp should be placed Angela Tovar is with the, point community Development, Corporation this is especially important in a community like hunts point because we see about fifteen thousand trucks. To come in and out of the community on, a daily basis right now plans call for trucks to exit the proposed boulevard about a mile, north of the, hunts point produce market the community groups want the exit moved to the south west that trucks taking the exit would not drive through a residential area the the comment period, for the project ends tomorrow For the rest of tonight showers are likely with patchy fog cloudy skies tonight, low of about sixty nine degrees showers thunderstorms mostly late. Tomorrow mostly cloudy skies in a high near eighty..

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"bob ferguson" Discussed on Amanpour

Amanpour

02:29 min | 3 years ago

"bob ferguson" Discussed on Amanpour

"In phoenix arizona in the desert and he you know basically he swapped to wide screen television and a second hand call community and family and so we left community and family for that second hand co i'm wide screen television yeah i'm buying that he just didn't think that was a good deal so interesting i wonder what the people coming across into arizona and new mexico and texas and all these frontier states right now from from central america what they know about what they going to whether they think they're going to find the american dream or is it going to be a bit of a letdown i think i think what happens in cuba is is roy land marianas brother hit made twenty previous attempts he arrived there on the twenty first ten i think to get on the phone back to the family in cuba and say after twenty one the tens that is actually know what putting out is a very difficult thing to do i think pride gets in the way and i think they tell the cubans us din in cuba things better than it really is and that kind of myth just kinds of spreads around the country it just perpetuates the american dream what do you want people to take away from this when they've through the film maybe a slightly unfashionable thing to say but i think that sometimes for some economic migrants in certain circumstances is maybe not always the best thing to do and i guess that's kind of another choice that people should think about that is so important that you just say that because right now the politicians are saying economic migrants you go back if you're in legitimate fear of posts acution a war all the other terrible things that could get you refugee or asylum status it is it's hard to say what you said it is but they're going to have to be making those decisions if not the governments will is an unfashionable thing to say about as what i witnessed and he's told it beautifully that is the most spectacular visuals certainly in that in your film and a really really interesting relationships to kim hopkins thank you very much indeed thank you so much and that's it for our program tonight thanks for watching and goodbye from london

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"bob ferguson" Discussed on Amanpour

Amanpour

04:29 min | 3 years ago

"bob ferguson" Discussed on Amanpour

"Dog this you got thank god i if you feel the end enemies wiggles and then for the most i'm here that means either extend vandals at the indy gummy coming up for them the ending even i'm at anything that need was photo gave amdi metric food you yet i made it on gustavia i mean there is so much to unpick that i mean you saw the american flag that dream probably also because of the coast guard and all the rest of it who they're going to run into you saw the sharks so that huge wound and michelle sitting in the in the bottom of the boat eventually michelle does get that but just how did you get that footage michelle is pitas next on abor best friend and hatred scissors with the information that he was going to leave and he was going to take his wife fishermen go quite lot because they become the helmsmen of boats so they get a free ride usually it cost around four hundred us dollars is an awful lot of money for a cuban along we found out that michelle was going to attempt this journey we quickly realized that we would never get the consensus of the other twenty that we're also going to go on this journey so we've peculiar a kind of domestic hammer on the island and and trained michelle how to fill you know keeping it wide and zooming in and out like imam does and make sure that he filmed himself we thought they make intercepted and if they did to jettison the camera keep hold of the st cod recording material and try and hide it somewhere not exactly what they did when we got the material back we expected minutes and michelle actually came back with about four hours of amazing visceral material of the entire journey you can't help but compare and think about what's happening across the mediterranean from north africa to it's lee boats adrift now various different countries i the saying no we'll saying yes you can't help also in a different way to compare it to what's happening to the us mexico border it is incredible that you'll film was landed right in this moment and it also deals with family separation and the dilemma of what to do as a family i mean i was really interested in that kind of emotional journey as you can see from that last clip they actual physical journey is dramatic and dangerous but laws interested in and it was kinda putting kind of face to the migrants you know what is the emotional toll on families to make such a decision lightnings the other real dilemma for families like pita and mariela and many others in a place like cuba is that yeah they probably want a better life fed up they have no more faith in the revolution and the promise of the castros that worried about what happens in the united states but they're also worried about the erosion of their culture they community their friends everything they know back at home just going to play this clip where pitas talking about being the only beach men left we'll play how you got yameogo for this no my the how about some quads we'll see go sign you make this nutty from so speak to me about the love these people have for their country benighted as it may be in terms of meeting meeting their needs i mean pita you know he lost many of his closest friends lost family members using danger of losing his wife they don't need just relapsed mariela had just lost her brother who reached america he eventually here's a fisherman and he ended up.

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"bob ferguson" Discussed on Amanpour

Amanpour

04:18 min | 3 years ago

"bob ferguson" Discussed on Amanpour

"Positive side that i travel ban worst shutdown right and the second one was not able to go forward and it's an antitaliban either but i it's hard to disagree with the assessment of the individual you read to me that this was a high profile case is an important one and i'm deeply disappointed by the outcome i mean in my state of washing state for example the front page of the seattle times our local newspaper as a picture of a woman not she lives not far from me in seattle and she's married to a man from when the country's that's affected by the travel ban she sang she may literally have to the united states to be with him to be with her husband those are the type of real life personal impacts they're going to happen as a result of this travel ban and this get back to the case that your your contesting right now and the idea around this ciro tolerance policy and the separation of children so this uk is that we were talking about where the courts were ordering the government to reunite separated families the judge writes that the trump administration does a better job of tracking the property of criminal detainees than it does tracking migrant children separated from their parents so i spoke at the height of all of this last week to the mayor of el paso and he told me as he was on a mission to inspect those detention centers he was quite concerned about figuring out how to get these kids back this is what he told me we've been given no information regarding the the children where they are while we know is there being distributed throughout the united states which was a surprise to some of us we heard about him being placed in michigan we heard about him being placed in new york rhode island elsewhere that's the reason we came together as a group of mayors say enough's enough this is ridiculous this is not what we're about is a nation so that was a few days ago do you think there's any progress in trying to figure out how to connect children to their families and do you know anything about what's happening to those children in there we can't get any specific information reporters can't go in there to do a proper job of figuring out what's happening to the most vulnerable yeah it's complete chaos i think is the word to use and to the point raised to your question we're not talking about property here right we're talking about someone's children my god my wife and i have ten year old twins i cannot imagine what it'd be like to be separated from them for such a long period time even being separate from a short time would be traumatic for any parent or young child so it's clearly very chaotic situation and it's worth pointing out we talked about that i travel ban earlier in this interview that i travel ban of course when it came out create a deeply chaotic situation as well this exact that executive order was signed without much thought it was thrown out there it wasn't thought through and the repercussions were disastrous we're seeing the exact same thing here with zero tolerance policy and separating parents from their children so it's you know frankly typical unfortunately of how this administration works on issues that have such dramatic imp pact's on people in their lives so very briefly you have called you'll lawsuit calls this policy cruel and unlawful and we've certainly heard some really horrendous things happening to those kids the president signed that executive order ordering the administration's policy of separating children to be ended does that solve the problem the executive order no the executive order it was really a publicity stunt it was for a press conference purposes but no it does not solve the problem now give you one specific reason why doesn't solve the problem about twenty five hundred children have already been separated from their parents before that executive order was signed nothing in that executive order at all grandfather's in or protects or ensures those twenty five hundred children will be reunited with their families nothing it's silent on that that's outrageous and we think the executive order self is phyllis so many caveats to be absolutely meaningless moving forward as well third this is trump administration has demonstrated repeatedly that they're willing to go back on previous statements back on previous policies day to day you know twitter to.

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"bob ferguson" Discussed on Amanpour

Amanpour

04:25 min | 3 years ago

"bob ferguson" Discussed on Amanpour

"Our cases are initially thought has significant repercussions now will not change how we do our business if we think the trump administration is violating the law we'll continue to file lawsuits and we think we'll still be successful as we have been we haven't lost a case yet because the trump administration continues to violate our constitution and our laws in such deeply fundamental ways so you say you haven't lost her case yet and you did challenge the first version of the travel ban and that version is still you know not allowed so so you have that however the supreme quotas we all know this week approved and allowed the third version of the travel ban at the same time you know local the ninth district basically ordered the government to reunite separated families that was that was a case by the aclu so on your specific issues what are the messages to the administration do you think four messages are always quite consistent you know my messages no one's above the law you know no one in my country's by the law that includes me but it also includes president of the united states and this administration that trump administration has over and over and over again violate the law in deeply fundamental ways and violate our constitution it's why they keep suffering defeat after defeat after defeat in the courts now withstanding hawaii's challenge on the third travel ban the trump administration was finally able to eat out of five four positive decision from the supreme court under third version of that travel ban but of course as you mentioned the first travel ban which applied to folks with green cards it applied to folks already had travel visas that was shut down by the courts so at the end of the day our job is to make sure the presence accountable the rule of law we'll continue that that's not going to change that said the potential change at the united states court in particular the court really ears dramatically to the right which now has the potential to happen that can have an impact on some the litigation that we're talking about i just wanted to stick with a travel ban for a moment and then get to the other issue that you're fighting which is the separation of families so on the travel ban and the supreme court's decision there's conflicting as you know assessments of it so the wall street journal editorial praised the supreme court's for staying focused on the law basically saying five supreme court justices did the country a service on tuesday by sticking to the constitution and rule of law on executive power rather than succumb to the temptation to rebuke an unpopular president dubious policy do you agree well no i mean this was not my case was not washing his case but no i don't agree i felt that even that third travel ban that third iteration the travel ban was still unconstitutional i thought president trump made it very clear what this travel ban was all about he made it very theory his campaign and his words after election of calling for a complete and total shutdown of muslims coming into the united states those are my words those are his words repeated over and over again that we really felt there was a religious animists in animus towards muslims that really drove this policy and we don't think that's constitutional obviously the state of light lost that case before the us supreme court we think that was the wrong outcome from the united states supreme court but that is this from the court and we now need to live with it so it's really interesting that the wall street journal reliable baco president trump even cools an unpopular president julius policy it even ads that would dubious now on the other hand a rider from politico he happens to be a law professor university of michigan says the supreme court failed to do as duty and he says when a real threat to the american constitutional order comes when a president decides to act contrary to fundamental constitutional values we cannot count count on the courts to save us is it really that bad that is very strongly worded right but it's hard to escape that conclusion for this particular case we felt the abundance was clearly in the record on hawaii's behalf and they're challenged the trump administration that this wasn't unconstitutional policy was motivated by as i mentioned that animus towards muslims there was not evidence support what the policy purported to try and achieve so you know this was a high profile case you on the.

"bob ferguson" Discussed on Amanpour

Amanpour

04:46 min | 3 years ago

"bob ferguson" Discussed on Amanpour

"Good evening everyone and welcome to the program i'm christiane amanpour in london the supreme court holds a crucial place in the hearts of americans and literally the court of last resort where the constitution protects the most vulnerable when no man or woman is above the law but historically speaking the ideal of blind justice is a bit of a myth from dread scott to rover is way to bush versus gore the court has been a major voice on the political issues of its day increasingly politicised for the past several years justice anthony kennedy provided a swing vote between the chords conservative and liberal factions though he was still reliably conservative in most cases his retirement will impact the daily life of every american school in the doctor's office and the polls as attorney general for the state of washington my guest bob ferguson use the courts to fight and win on lgbt rights environmental safety and most famously on shutting down donald trump's i travel ban he joins me now from redding california attorney general ferguson welcome to the program thank you so much for having on i really appreciate it so today you wake up to news all you went to bed last night to the news of chief justice supreme court justice anthony kennedy's imminent retirement giving president trump the opportunity to appoint another justice just tell me what you feel about that what direction you think it will take life in america well it's it's hard to overstate the significance of justice candies retirement and the potential for president trump to appoint a deeply conservative justice to the supreme court on issues of lgbt rights or roe versus wade issues you raised in your introduction these are hugely critical issues just as candy often did play that middle role and this new appointment will have massive repercussions for the united states did justice kennedy play that role enough or have we already seen a conservative chilled over the last several years in other words how much more can anew justice do or will that new justice do you think historically have to think twice about political issues that's a good question i think it is more than fair to say that the court has tilted to a more conservative bent in recent years no question about that that said justice kennedy has on some significant issues like gay rights for example played a decisive role in advancing those protections for lgbtq individuals in the united states because of his decisive votes so i think it's fair to say yes there's been a conservative bent towards the court we've seen the number of issues but on certain high profile issues justice candy did come to the other side i'm very worried as are many that independent he would sometimes display maybe lost now with a new appointment from president trump okay so this directly affect some of your work because you have been using cooled lower courts as well to challenge knee in the last year and a half some of the policies of this presidency but also we see the administration rushing to fill loacl with with new judges when ever there's a vacancy how does this all what is the conference of this what is the result of this on the case is you're trying to push right now let's say the travel ban that say you'll recent case along with other attorneys general on the separation of families which challenging a couple of thoughts on that so washington state has filed twenty eight lawsuits against the trump administration last year and a half or so many of those cases we joined with other states as well so it's a group effort from democratic attorneys general like myself across the country but we have filed twenty eight lawsuits nine of those cases we had decisions from the lower courts we won all nine of those so we haven't lost a case yet now some are still working their way through the appellate process so on one hand i would say many the positive decisions we'd gained challenge in the trump administration have actually come from federal judges appointed by republican presidents so it's not like it's black and white that you can simply assume because a judge is appointed by a republican or democratic president that they will have a certain orientation or vote a certain way on key issues that said with that caveat the fact that president trump has the potential now to really impact the us supreme court and to your question deeply impact lower courts for many of.

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"bob ferguson" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

01:46 min | 3 years ago

"bob ferguson" Discussed on KOMO

"Our basic character as americans governor jay inslee was the first of many elected officials to denounce the separation of children from their parents at the border and the detention of them in seatac they literally never had a chance to say goodbye to their children representative paul had a chance to go in in me with detainees she says one hundred sixty eight or women most of whom are separated from their children as they seek asylum and it was outrageous heartbreaking cruel inhumane should not be happening in the united states of america your office is getting all of their names to connect them with attorneys she says they come from sixteen different countries and most have been separated for more than a month we're gonna seek every way to stand up against this injustice other officials are taking action as well king county executive dow constantine is trying to stop the use of a county airport for transportation of detainees in attorney general bob ferguson's office speaking as a father of ten year old twins looking into filing a lawsuit frankly i'm not sure how attorney general sessions sleeps at night the policy like this the politicians spoke several hundred marched in rallied at the detention center hoping that somehow those inside no they're not alone hoping that they know we're here people that are actually stuck in their people driving by are gone about their day they're fine people that are in the building that are having a hard day the governor says they also believe that children from the border of being held at other facilities throughout the state mitch pittman komo news at the eighty sixth annual conference of mayors boston mayor jenny durkan inked a letter calling for the reversal of the department of homeland security zero tolerance policy twentyfive mayor signed that letter.

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"bob ferguson" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

01:44 min | 3 years ago

"bob ferguson" Discussed on KOMO

"Governor jay inslee was the first of many elected officials to denounce the separation of children from their parents at the border and the detention of them in seatac they literally never had a chance to say goodbye to their children representative paul had a chance to go in and meet with detainees she says one hundred sixty eight or women most of whom are separated from their children as they seek asylum and it was outrageous heartbreaking cruel inhumane should not be happening in the united states of america your offices getting all of their names to connect them with turns she says they come from sixteen different countries and most have been separated for more than a month we're gonna seek every way to stand up against this injustice other officials are taking action as well king county executive dow constantine is trying to stop the use of a county airport for transportation of detainees and attorney general bob ferguson's office speaking as a father of ten year old twins it's looking into filing a lawsuit you know frankly i'm not sure how attorney general sessions sleeps at night with a policy like this the politicians spoke several hundred marched in rallied at the detention center hoping that somehow those inside no they're not alone open that they know we're here the people that are actually stuck in their people driving by are gone by their day they're fine people that are in the building that are having a hard day the governor says they also believe that children from the border of being held in other facilities throughout the state mitch pittman komo news at the eighty sixth annual conference of mayors in boston mayor jenny durken inc the letter calling for the reversal of the department of homeland security zero tolerance policy twentyfive mayor signed that letter including the mayor.

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"bob ferguson" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

02:22 min | 3 years ago

"bob ferguson" Discussed on WGN Radio

"We took some pictures i also slept here bunch not because i was down and out just because i actually produced lose show way back when and louis always on early on saturdays and so sometimes you know young twenty something mike steven would want to a social guy i'm a very social guy so i would have to be social and then i just roll right in here take a little nappy nap for a couple of hours on the couch you are former news director tom peterson and then bob ferguson would wake me up he was steve was working the same shift he would wake me up at like i don't know five something in the morning mike commute would it be about twenty five feet i walk into the booth i sit down and say what's up let's let's do some gold radio and we would and so anyway this this place definitely a lot of memories and i know that you're going to hear a lot of the show hosts talk about the their memories of of the tribune tower and be studios and we have a long history here this building is incredible it's it's an honor to be in this building but some looking forward to make new memories across the river we're just going across the river and by the way for going only across the river i mean there's a lot that goes into that i mean you think about this is a big place there's a lot of equipment i don't know how they're going to they've already if you go upstairs to the rest of the studios it's like a wasteland there's just empty desk theory to see it's weird and there's no audio equipment everything is i guess over over there we know they took the coffee machines we'll get through that one it's it's been hard it's been hard so well we're gonna make the move next week i think i don't know the next week yeah something like that okay good good good good they don't tell us much but that's okay i just go where i'm told we will keep you company and keep you entertained and informed wherever we are at so this could be.

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"bob ferguson" Discussed on Radio Free Nashville

Radio Free Nashville

02:33 min | 3 years ago

"bob ferguson" Discussed on Radio Free Nashville

"For your brain the tom urban program rick excuse me in seattle washington tom i'm i'm homesick today but luckily to catch you not covering this trial it's going to be for the supreme court today between the washington who unfortunately he's taking the wrong course against a native tribes here in the state of washington this is right i'm sure you remember the bolt decision that gave the treaty rights to have to catch of salmon to the native people here in the state of washington i do not but i'll take your word for it well it's it's big here in the northwest because you know we were having less and less salmon every year and there's been fights since the seventies that native american people have gone to jail over just yet followed those over the years in the paper right well anyway that was the baltic decision that was did that i would say it's important today our state our state attorney general bob ferguson is going for the supreme court to argue that it's too hard for the state of washington cost us a million dollars to remove barriers that are in the culverts go underneath the roads in the state of washington to make sure that salmon can get to their accustomed places which is the language that the that this stevens isaac stevens treaty going all the way back treat all the treaties factor in the eighteen sixties said that indian should be able to get there you know be able to fish hunt in they're accustomed places and culverts make that more difficult million dollars is not that much and i wanted to lose this because diverting water there's barriers inside the call verts you know like they try to keep debris from going through or something so the salmon spawn up through culverts is that what you're saying salmon have to go upstream wherever they can that's what the salmon do they want to go upstream and they wanna laid their eggs and they want to get succeeding generation there's for sure anyway our state attorney attorney general's name is bob ferguson and his office number is three six seven five three sixty two hundred i'll repeat that three.

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"bob ferguson" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

02:26 min | 3 years ago

"bob ferguson" Discussed on KOMO

"Security was tight here downtown bellevue but there were no confrontations a deep the demonstrators openly welcomed police who blocked off bellevue way for eight to ten streets northeast as the rally went on bellevue pete combs komo news criticism president trump is defending his sison to stop making subsidy payments to health insurance company that money is a subsidy for insurance company take a look at this stuff before they are they go through the roof washington shirts commissioner has word to describe president trump's decision to stop paying bills of dollars billions of dollars and health insurance subsidies for the poor he calls it crazily will waiting to see what action we can take through the courts mike kreidler says is working with attorney general bob ferguson on that today our state join twenty others in a lawsuit against the trump administration which you just heard from bob ferguson and ferguson's already taken the trump administration to court several times since the president was inaugurated back in gene perry cradles says y'all's of the next there's bipartisan support in congress for continuing the subsidies washington state's attorney general also is free to challenge president trump's latest travel ban now that a federal judge in seattle has lifted a stay the dance at take effect next wednesday would limit travel to the us from six middle eastern nations plus venezuela and north korea washington ag bob ferguson considers the restrictions unconstitutional he filed a brief wednesday asking ninth district judge court james robart to lift that stand legal challenges adding white house lawyers had no objections five of the state attorneys general are joining ferguson suit decision on an in an issue to ban supervised injections sites and king county could come as soon as monday komos jeff pohjola has more from the king county court that issue is whether an initiative can override administrative decisions made by public health officials attorney no lowly says no i twenty seven is an invalid referendum on it constituted referee on the county's ordinance approving funding for the epidemic response plan and charter itself prohibits any referenda on tax but opposing council drew stokes berry says there's more to it than that this is a policy matter nuts public health there are repercussions of these sites they go beyond the treatment of health crisis the court will issue a written ruling on monday at.

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"bob ferguson" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

01:54 min | 4 years ago

"bob ferguson" Discussed on KOMO

"The people who need coverage the most this was pulling the good risk out making giving them a good deal but those who are dependent on or to have preexisting conditions and other more extensive medical conditions find it very very expensive doctor roger stark disputes that the healthcare analyst four washington policy center says those young healthy customers were never a mainstay of obamacare as expected i think the obama care at least the exchange part of obama care in a death spiral anyway regardless of any kind of administrative executive order the premium prices in the exchanges is growing up simply because we don't have young and healthy individuals participating meantime chrysler says he has been in close contact with street attorney general bob ferguson about potential legal action against the president's order corwin haeck komo news president trump's latest executive order on travel is still unconstitutional according to washington state attorney general bob ferguson comes chlorinate reports the ag has six days to mount a successful legal challenge before the band kicks in despite two revisions since january ferguson says the orders still violates the establish from and clause of the us constitution the one that guarantees free exercise of religion ferguson tells abc news the travel ban is really a muslim ban nobody is above the law and executive order still the must be consistent with our constitution and that's the problem that the president keeps running into the latest version adds north korea and venezuela to a list of countries whose citizens face restrictions on travel to the us republican representative ted yoho of florida tells pbs newshour the ban these constitutional president as the ability to decide who comes in and doesn't if it's a national security risk after the new version was proposed last month a federal judge issued an stay on all legal challenges washington is one of six states asking the.

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"bob ferguson" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

01:37 min | 4 years ago

"bob ferguson" Discussed on KOMO

"The buildings most did risk would have seven years to make changes democratic senator patty murray i with the proposal to keep the constitutional care down for some families if i were to become law murray's bill would make it to some parents would pay no more than seven percent of their total household income on childcare murray spoke about it the red mid ywca dancers yeah national station murray's plan would likely face strong opposition in the senate where many republicans feel the cost of childcare should be covered by families and not the governments attorney general bob ferguson and a once again taking trump administration to court as we've been reporting komo's pete combs has more in a closer look on the president's decision on birth control specifically washington's attorney general says the president has stepped over a line between practising religion or forcing it up on someone else the president's decision allows employers colleges and universities to refuse to pay for birth control coverage if they have moral or religious objections bob ferguson says that is going too far with the president as saying essentially his hoyer as a religious objection to employees having access to contraception or even a war one employer can deny that are the health coverage that would have whom i take the president up on the change consider about a half million people and their dependents worked for catholic hospitals they've no longer have access to insurance benefits when it comes to birth control.

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"bob ferguson" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

01:30 min | 4 years ago

"bob ferguson" Discussed on KOMO

"Weisbaum here with the top local stories from the komo twenty four seven news room in a victory for the trump administration the supreme court has today lifted key components of an injunction against the white house's proposed ban on travel from six major majoritymuslim nations for what for washington state attorney general rob mckenna think what's happening here is the us supreme court has decided to grant deference to the executive branches decision and a determination that there was a security risk and continue to allow people an from the hunter no combat yet so far from current ag bob ferguson met adams with the northwest immigrant rights project tells komo he's disappointed the high court is allowing some of the ban to be implemented think what's happening here is the us supreme court has decided to grant deference to the executive branches decision and a determination of that there was a security risk and continual optical an from those the hunter while the quarters restating much of the policy reinstating much of the policy of promises full arguments will be heard in october it's known as one of the top luxury farm resorts in the world and now willows in on long island has reached a settlement with the government over her unfair wages the in was accused by the department of labor of making its entry level kitchen workers work for months trial without pay before they were higher and then once they were onboard they were paid fifty dollars a day for ships could last as long as fourteen hours with no overtime the willows in agreeing to pay just under one hundred fifty thousand dollars that will be divided among.

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