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"brian moran" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

02:03 min | 1 year ago

"brian moran" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"News and Amazon, Alexa In Washington state man accused of a Corona virus vaccine scam is under arrest, Federal prosecutors say Johnny Stein trying to pass himself off as a bio tech expert Claiming to be the founder and president of North Coast biologics as early as March. Stein is accused of posting offers on social media to inject customers with a covert vaccine for a charge of 400 to $1000. This despite the fact you received a cease and desist decree from the state attorney general U. S Attorney Brian Moran says I was injecting people with an unknown substance, claiming it was a vaccine. Hamburg. ADI Fox News investigators are trying to determine what caused the National Guard helicopter to crash Wednesday night in upstate New York, killing the three guard members on board. The Monroe County Sheriff's Office quickly moved to secure the crash site for Army investigators. We've applied several resource is to this effort. Our patrol deputies or supervisors, Air Command staff all hands on deck for this, chief Deputy, Michael Fowler says area residents paid tribute to the fallen troops as their remains were escorted to the medical examiner's office. They came out of their homes. They stood on the side of the road. With flags. Saluting Steve Rapoport. Fox News, I says, claiming responsibility for the twin Baghdad bombings that killed at least 32 people on Thursday on the baseball team from the past that produced Legends of the game is making a comeback. The Kansas City T Bones and independent baseball team. The American Association is bringing back a historical moniker changing their name, but the Kansas City Monarchs to pay tribute to the iconic Negro Leagues Ball club. Negro Leagues Baseball Museum signed a licensing agreement with the owners of the minor league team to honor the original Monarchs, who won the first Negro League World Series back in 1924, Matt Napolitano, Fox News and I'm Carmen Roberts, and this is Fox News..

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'Strong evidence' shows rioters intended to 'capture and assassinate elected officials,' prosecutors say

WTOP 24 Hour News

03:43 min | 1 year ago

'Strong evidence' shows rioters intended to 'capture and assassinate elected officials,' prosecutors say

"Capital riot, recurrent regards the so called que non shaman. Jacob Chan's leave. Arizona is accused of taking parts in the riots while sporting face paint, no shirt and a furry hat with horns. But while Chancellor's appearance has been the stuff of ridicule, prosecutors say his intentions were in their words. Capture and assassinate elected officials in court documents hints at a more organized effort than first thought. Let's bring in w T o p national security correspondent J. J Green to talk more about this J. J. Why do investigators think writers had plans to actually kill US officials? Yeah, Brennan and Shawn. It's because of the tale of the tape and the transcript prosecutors in Phoenix or in court right now seeking pretrial detention of Chan's Lee, and it's because they say they have strong evidence, including chancellor his own words, which are on video in some places. And his actions at the Capitol that support what they say was the intent of capital rioters to capture and assassinate officials in the U. S government. And that was something that they found evidence of, or at least statements made by Numerous other people that have been involved in this not just on the day of the riot but leading up to it. And even since then, That's the reason why they think there is something to this. And that's the reason why so many people are being rounded up and asked about this particular thing. But JJ during the news conference today by the U. S attorney for D, C and the FBI, the officials there suggested they didn't have any direct Evidence of that yet that the mob intended to murder someone. What does that tell you about the investigation? At this point? Yeah, They're only a week into the investigation, and they're still rounding up suspects and and and evidence, of course, and I think authorities were saying they don't have any evidence that they were organized teams or groups of people that were organized to do this, But that doesn't mean That there wasn't the intent to do this because again looking at some of the weapons that ended up in there. They were firearms in there. There were, um, hammers. There were knives. There were all sorts of items that could inflict bodily harm, and there were people. They said to be to have been literally hunting down members of Congress and other officials. And we're very close to actually getting to vice president Pence and some of them were chanting Hang pants. So you know there is a significant concern about that, actually, being something that was on the minds of people, so this investigation is still kind of early. They maybe haven't found the Actual concrete slam dunk information they want, but there's definitely some indication that it was on the minds of some people now onto the concern about arm protests, possibly around the country. You've talked with law enforcement officials in other states, including Virginia. They say it is a very real concern. What have you learned? Yeah, just spoke not too long ago with Brian Moran, the secretary of public safety and Homeland Security in Virginia. And he made it clear They knew about this intelligence that the FBI brought to us this week, he said. We knew about that several weeks ago. We've been working on this for a while. And that's because Virginia has a very robust intelligence collection apparatus of its own. But the message he says to those that are thinking about going to Richmond or anywhere else in Virginia. Don't do it, he says. We are ready for you, and we're not going to tolerate it, sending a very strong message to those that might be considering going anywhere in Virginia in the next few days, weeks or even months to commit this kind of violence. That they are going to be ready for him. All right, more to come. Thanks, JJ. You're welcome. W T OBY national security correspondent J. J

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Court rules blocks Seattle's efforts to create supervised heroin injection sites

News and Perspective with Taylor Van Cise

01:26 min | 1 year ago

Court rules blocks Seattle's efforts to create supervised heroin injection sites

"Injection site for heroin users in Seattle suffers a setback because of an appeals court ruling in Philly King County Public Health greenlighted supervised injection sites three years ago, but an effort to find a fixed location like the ones of British Columbia failed. An effort to create mobile sites. Stalled plan now is not Tonto. Build standalone facilities instead, go with the drug users already go for help, like the Aurora Commons and let injections happen there under the supervision of a nurse. But Wednesday, the third Circuit Court of Appeals denied a Philadelphia nonprofits push to open up a fixed site. Thereby Seattle's plans are up in the air again. This is another wrinkle that we're gonna have to deal with the Justice Department, agreeing with the court's ruling injection sites violate the Federal Controlled Substances Act. That prohibits any person from knowingly and intentionally maintaining a place for the purpose of illegal drug use. The acting attorney general, saying injection sites are not the solution. But the court didn't go that far, saying Congress needs to change the federal drug laws for the sights to be legal. Seattle's city attorney responding as city struggled to respond to overdoses wrought by the opioid epidemic. The ruling is a disappointing one. But soon we'll have a Democratic president and a Democratic Congress, which could breathe new life into legalizing these sites. It violates federal law that was U. S attorney for Western Washington and Trump nominee Brian Moran two years ago, telling me he would stop any site in Seattle from opening Almost Matt

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"brian moran" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

02:19 min | 1 year ago

"brian moran" Discussed on KOMO

"Could breathe new life into legalizing these sites. It violates federal law that was U. S attorney for Western Washington and Trump nominee Brian Moran two years ago, telling me he would stop any site in Seattle from opening the directional we clear. Quick, inconsistent. Stop it. But Moran could be out when Biden takes office Nominating a new U. S attorney for our area, and like President Obama's administration didn't enforce federal marijuana laws. Supporters hope Biden will do the same with heroin and then the by an administration not particularly enforcing different provisions of federal law. Certainly hopeful that within you Congress we can have some progressive policy change happened in Seattle. Matt Markovich. CUOMO NEWS UNITED NATIONS health experts looking into the origin of the Corona virus have arrived in China. ABC is Britt Clinic reports from Hong Kong. After months of hard fought, wrangling and setbacks, the World Health Organization mission has finally touched down in the central Chinese city of Wuhan. Carry out of politically sensitive investigation into the origins of the Corona virus. But like all other travelers to China, the health experts will first have to undergo a 14 day quarantine. The 10 member team will investigate the possible animal origin of the virus and how it was amplified from the market. Doctor Michael Ryan, executive director of health emergencies at the W. H o Said that the goal is quote not about finding somebody to blame. The W H O visit comes as China reports its first coronavirus death in eight months. Cases have been researching in recent weeks, mainly in northern Herb, a province surrounding Beijing. Which clinic ABC News. Hong Kong prosecutors in Wisconsin want to adjust the terms of bail for the now 18 year old shooting suspect in Kenosha following his appearance in a bar ABC is Erica Turkey has more. Kyle Rittenhouse had just pleaded not guilty to homicide and other charges when court records said he was photographed drinking in a bar while flashing white power signs and being serenaded with the anthem of the proud boys. While police found no violations of his bond. They alerted prosecutors who are now seeking to modify conditions. They want him stopped from associating with known militia members or white supremacists and prohibited from displaying gestures associated with those groups. He's charged in the shootings of three men during protests in Kenosha over the police shooting of Jacob Blake. Aaron Carter Ski ABC NEWS 9 20. Now your call.

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"brian moran" Discussed on BiggerPockets Real Estate Podcast

BiggerPockets Real Estate Podcast

05:19 min | 1 year ago

"brian moran" Discussed on BiggerPockets Real Estate Podcast

"I don't want to work for companies like that's all terrible go in even the people managing him don't want to manage way they just don't do they haven't been but in system now that's really good really good all right so for those who wanna like implement the twelve week year in their business right now. I mean obviously read the book we can tell people read the book. But what are some tactical like okay. Do this first and this is important. Do this do this like what some of the key kennedy takeaways that people can walk away from this interview with yes step. One is due division. Worked you our listeners. get all that's fluff. it's notch lop. It's the cornerstone of all high performance. If you if you don't know where you wanna go everything else doesn't matter so do the vision were then. Bring that near-term build out a twelve week. Plan and then the gamer. It's really about executing their plan and listen you're going to have weeks when you stumble. I have weeks when i stumble. And i've been doing this long You don't beat yourself up for that. There's a lot of. There's there's a lot of grace in the twelve week year because you can't change anything you did last week but we can learn from them and so as we look at last week. It's its with. Its with a an eye towards reality in chander what what actually happened. I'm not going to shy away from my stumbling my failings because those are opportunities to learn and if they sting they stain okay that's okay. That's part of the process. We call that productive attention which causes me to behave differently. Next time She don't shy away from the reality of the situation whether you're winning whether struggling but but it's really taken it one week at a time. That's awesome right win this week. I don't worry about next week till next week. i don't have to because it's twelve. We plan on what to do next week..

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"brian moran" Discussed on BiggerPockets Real Estate Podcast

BiggerPockets Real Estate Podcast

03:04 min | 1 year ago

"brian moran" Discussed on BiggerPockets Real Estate Podcast

"So yeah yeah. It was like something like nothing's hard only only steps undefined or prostate on practiced. Right did you haven't defined what it is or impact but nothing hard like you could build a nuclear bomb if you knew the process and you've practiced it enough like it's not hard to nuclear scientists probably to build a nuclear bomb. Because they've done it enough and they know the steps so it's once we realized that nothing. I mean cancer is hard right like the passing of a loved one. Those things are hard but like business. China by rental property is hard or the just. You haven't practiced steps yet like so. I think we should reserve words hard for things that are actually hard in life and everything else just rephrase it to. I'd i just don't know the steps yet and having practiced them enough. So let's figure out. What's so empowering about what. Brian what i hear you saying is that it. You use the word uncomfortable. it's subconsciously. If you know. I wanna buy a mobile home park but you don't know it. You don't feel confident taking progress. You don't know what steps to take so you kind of just wander around in hope you bump into success and when you don't find it you you beat yourself up and say that didn't work and then you go on and lick your wounds and come back with something else. But if you've broken it down into these individual steps are lead indicators may be from the the forty x. principles and you know. This is what i have to do. And there's four key components that you've got to do to win the weak to win that goal two of them you. You're comfortable with in two of 'em you're uncomfortable with. You are in a position where you're empowered to go practice. What.

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"brian moran" Discussed on BiggerPockets Real Estate Podcast

BiggerPockets Real Estate Podcast

05:56 min | 1 year ago

"brian moran" Discussed on BiggerPockets Real Estate Podcast

"Taking the field goal and you're just systematically breaking it down into inte- steps that are like a bite sized chunk that you can actually chew on to tha that elephant yup individual discrete actions. So that when they run those things to translate into my weekly plan. There's no question about what i do Yeah that's really good and that really as a business owner. I feel like that's what most of my time is spent doing is saying. How do i take our goals and cut them up into small pieces so i can give them to employees so they can say. What am i doing today because most people like were mentioning here. They don't do this. Naturally they just sit down and say man. It's a big task. I don't know what to do. Would you agree that. That's what a lot of of the pro this is needed as so many people that don't think this way on their own. Yeah we've been talking to plant where it is. Conceptual the problem with a conceptual plan. Is it. It really masks the work. That's involved so if i don't have to tactics there's a lot more i might have to be items on the page that i might call them tax leads so it looks like i got three things to do than those three things might be thirty things when it comes down to and so people create a plan that they start out. The you're overwhelmed. They go through the year diffused as the other thing about the twelve week year. Is we talk. A lot about less is more one goals better than two tutu's better than three because you have limited capacity limited time capacity limited energy limited physical capacity limited intellectual passing. That's not a slam on anyone. That's reality and so the more goals you try and pursue simultaneously the greater the likelihood that your mediocre everyday. That's so true. So so how do we take a look what does it. What does the weekly stuff look like. Let's go from you. Got your vision of where you want ahead in life. You got your your twelve week year. Maybe a goal and the one two three goes a number. You specify one's better than tutu's better than three over three you're stacking the odds against himself so you've got your you've got your one goal or maybe it's too with a one goal for now you got a business. Go perfect yeah perfect. So where does that go from there to weekly like. How do you do review it every week. Every month are how how how to write that down. So the way it'll happen is because you put due dates on those tactics remember. We got real granular The weekly plan is created. Just by looking at. What's doing the twelve week plan this particular week so in sense the weekly plan is a one twelve slice of the twelve week. Plan a not worried about everything doing the plan. It doesn't contain everything. I do in my life for my job but it just no weekly plan just contains. What's doing under twelve hundred this particular.

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"brian moran" Discussed on BiggerPockets Real Estate Podcast

BiggerPockets Real Estate Podcast

04:38 min | 1 year ago

"brian moran" Discussed on BiggerPockets Real Estate Podcast

"And if you give yourself a year to do that like most people listen to show our if they're new they're going to be like wow. I want to buy a property next year. Great you'll probably do it. Pervasive yourself twelve weeks. It's short enough to be urgent but not yet. We have tens of thousands of people that have accomplished more twelve weeks in the did in twelve months. Yeah i mean. I was on the phone Last week with a with a gentleman he happens to be an adviser investment advisor but the prior year. He did seven point. Two million last week's a point. Three million half the nets in kobe in the middle cova right. And that's just that's just an example And it it. Sounds crazy magical. But it's not. It's it's the the fact that when you bring that deadline near-term creeds and intense level of focus for you not a stressful level. But just just a clarity around at that like you said i could. I could take toilets to buy this property. Or i could do it in twelve weeks. Let's weeks then. Let's do it five or six more turkish the same twelve months. You know. I've told the story before on the show but i'll share it again now because it's applicable here. There was a bay six years ago. Now maybe seven years ago. It's been a while. But i set a goal at the beginning of the year a year. Long goal to by twelve unit of the company. My twelve this year and then of as goals go. I thought the goal and just kind of like didn't think about it for a while and and then the year went by and here we are under twenty. I i remembered. I thought a piece of paper somewhere i remembered ida goal of twelve units and i'm adding up amac. What did i buy this this duplex single eleven about eleven. I think well eleven is pretty good. Eleven great right. I did eleven. And i was like. I'm not somebody who misses their goals that easily. I got nine days or ten days. I'm to i did it. I found a property contract. Got the financing enclosed in nine days. And so this perfectly illustrates one had a looming deadline. I made it happen. Secondly if that's all it takes to buy a property with nine days. I could have boughten a whole lot more during that year. And if i would've had a twelve year plan i would set a goal of. Let's say four for the for the twelve weeks. And then i would have blown by that and be like oh. I can double that this. I'm going to a new twelve unit to twenty this next quarter and this next twelve week time so yeah phenomenal. i love it..

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"brian moran" Discussed on BiggerPockets Real Estate Podcast

BiggerPockets Real Estate Podcast

02:33 min | 1 year ago

"brian moran" Discussed on BiggerPockets Real Estate Podcast

"What's going on and on it's brandon turner host of at the bigger pockets. Podcasts here with another phenomenal weekend. Show with my buddy david greene. David is good to have you here once again. Get some big goals lined up for next year. Oh huge scanned. I loved every single second of today's podcast with our guest. Because i now have the framework in my mind for how i'm going to take those goals and yeah they've been to reality. This was absolutely fascinating talking to brian. Today yeah so our our guest today. The author a brian moran who wrote a book called the twelve week year made a huge impact on me. I like to think of like if my life with a cake. Alex making everything cake analogy but my life was a cake in a lot of ingredients that go into said cake. The twelve week year with a massive. That was like the flower. That bake the cake of what i do today And a lot of that. Like for example everything i do with the intention journal that the journal that every day and that was for sale. Bigger pockets A lot of that is based on twelve week year philosophy in mentality and so we really unpack it today in today's show and you'll see why i love the so much because this is everything me in. David teaches like what he talks about today but he goes into specifics on why annual goal planning might be dangerous causing you not to get as much on a life as you could He talks about how the Studying vision about working with teams all sorts of really great stuff today and this applies so well to real estate investors. Like so well to real estate like everything. We're talking about today. It's not a real safe specific Guest everything today is how you should be running your real estate business. So that is today's show. We're going to that in just a minute but before we do. Let's get to today's today's quick tip. Is this so today. We talk a lot about why. The annual goal might not be such a good idea why we should really have shorter. Sprints i twelve weeks well guess. What a bigger pockets with journal. Its intention journal. Guess what it's ninety days long which is approximately twelve weeks and so the idea with the intention journal said was based on this idea that don't we think in a year down the road. Be thinking what. Can i do this next twelve weeks. This next ninety days so if you want help with that pick up a copy of intention journal from bigger pockets you get a bigger pakista come such store and if you buy it like today or tomorrow you're not gonna get it by the first the new year. If you're watching the show. When it comes out he might were closed like today. That is make it in time. But if not you'll get it within the first week or two it's fine But that is going to make a huge impact on you because it helps you exactly what we're about to talk about today's show and you can get a discount on it so.

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Attorney General Barr urges federal charges against violent protesters

News and Perspective with Tom Hutyler

01:25 min | 1 year ago

Attorney General Barr urges federal charges against violent protesters

"Attorney General William Barr reportedly told federal prosecutors to consider sedition charges against protesters. And now he's asking the Justice Department to explore possible criminal charges against Seattle Mayor Jenny Durkin. Almost Joel Marino has more. The lawlessness that descended on the Capitol Hill organized protest or chop may lead the legal action by federal prosecutors for the New York Times. His attorney general William Barr, singled out Seattle Mayor Jenny Durkan is responsible for the violence that unfolded His own, where police steered clear. They're saying that the mayor may have violated criminal statutes and very serious criminal statutes. Simply based on the discretionary decisions that she made were to deploy. The police went to pull them back Bar. Also once rioters charged with sedition were trying to overthrow the government. It's a statute constitutional law professor Andy Segal calls archaic, but basically it is a junior varsity treason charge for her part, Dirk and accuses the Trump Administration of using the Justice Department for political purposes just weeks away from an election Mayor Duncan, by the way, is a former U. S attorney. And U. S Attorney Brian Moran, releasing a statement overnight about the New York Times report about bar and Dirk and saying he's had multiple conversations with Department of Justice leadership about protests in Seattle and the chop. And the statement says, in part of no time is anyone at the department communicated to me that Seattle marriage any Durkan is was or should be the subject of a criminal investigation or should be charged.

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Barr asked prosecutors to explore charging Seattle mayor over protest zone

News, Traffic and Weather

02:59 min | 1 year ago

Barr asked prosecutors to explore charging Seattle mayor over protest zone

"From The New York Times put Seattle in the spotlight, Attorney General William Barr reportedly told federal prosecutors to consider charges against rioters. And tonight he's asking the Justice Department to explore possible criminal charges against Mayor Johnny Durkin for allowing the Capitol Hill occupied protest known as Chop to form. It's all part of a nationwide crackdown on protests. Violence comes Joe Moran alive tonight with the mayor's response and the legal implications, Joe Preston Durkin calls this effort just the latest abuse of power by the Trump administration. And some legal scholars agree. The lawlessness that descended on the Capitol Hill organized protest or chop may lead. The legal action by federal prosecutors for the New York Times says Attorney General William Barr singled out Seattle Mayor Jenny Durkan is responsible for the violence that unfolded His own, where police steered clear. They're saying that the mayor may have violated criminal statutes, and it's very serious criminal statutes simply based on the discretionary decisions that she made where to deploy. The police went to pull them back Bar also once rioters charged with sedition trying to overthrow the government. It's a statute constitutional law professor Andy Segal calls archaic, but basically it is a junior versus city treason charge for her part, Dirk and accuses the Trump Administration of using the Justice Department for political purposes just weeks away from an election, saying It is particularly egregious to try to use a civil rights laws to investigate, intimidate or deter those that are fighting for civil rights in our country. Siegel doubts Durkin would ever be charged and sees this as a play for swing voters. I mean, I think it's mostly about the reelection, it's about how they're centering these protests and try in the election campaign and trying to make make it seem like the U. S. Is under attack. The mayor has a fuller statement that we've posted on Cuomo news dot com and she is expected to address the matter directly during a press availability tomorrow. Back to you All right, Joe. Thanks, And now there's this within the last couple of hours. U. S Attorney, Brian Moran released a statement about this New York Times report writing that he's had multiple conversations with Department of Justice leadership about protests in Seattle and the chops only said quote. At No time is anyone at the department communicated to me. The Seattle mayor Jenny Durkan, is was or should be the subject of a criminal investigation or should be charged. As you may recall, the chop zone evolved out of the protests that began in Seattle. Back in May, Protesters gathered on Capitol Hill for days. On June 1st police set up a barricade to protect the East Precinct. In a week later, the barricades were removed. That's what protesters took over six blocks of the neighborhood. Calling at the chop zone on June 22nd Mayor Durkin declared. It was time for people to go home and two days later. Some chop organizer's tweeted that the project was indeed over. On July 1st. The police moved in after Mayor Dirk and issued an executive order authorising police to clear the streets

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Man accused of looting downtown Seattle store facing federal gun charge

News and Perspective with Taylor Van Cise

00:44 sec | 1 year ago

Man accused of looting downtown Seattle store facing federal gun charge

"Auburn man is charged in federal court in connection with looting in downtown Seattle during the ongoing protests. Come on. Sue Romero has more. The U. S attorney in Seattle, Brian Moran, says 32 year old Alto, Lage had guns and stolen merchandise in his car. After a break in at a store called Sneaker City. On June 1st. The large number of individuals were seen coming out of there. That merchandise was eventually traced to a car in the nearby facility that that car was registered to Mr Tell Aga. A search of the car found two handguns, several pairs of Air Jordans and Adidas tennis shoes and new baseball hats. Since tell Aga is prohibited from possessing guns due to a previous robbery conviction. He was charged federally with being a felon in possession of a firearm,

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Everett man federally charged in connection to stolen Seattle Police rifle

Underwriters Corner

00:39 sec | 1 year ago

Everett man federally charged in connection to stolen Seattle Police rifle

"U. S ATTORNEY. Indiana has filed charges against a man accused of stealing a police rifle during a riot back in May. 24 year old Jake of Little appeared in federal court Friday after Seattle based U. S Attorney Brian Moran charged him with possession of a stolen firearm. A firearm was taken during a riot in downtown Seattle from police Seattle police surveillance images show little with a large bag that was used to story called M four rifle with a suppressor. He's seen apparently taking the bag from a Seattle cop car parked downtown. After several police vehicles have been damaged and burned by rioters. The U. S attorney's office says they also obtained messages showing little trying to sell the gun.

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"brian moran" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

KLBJ 590AM

02:23 min | 1 year ago

"brian moran" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

"Up to a gig and bounce forward with security solutions that help keep your connected devices protected. Go to Comcast business dot com to learn more. The U. S attorney. Indiana has filed charges against a man accused of stealing a police rifle during a riot back in May. 24 year old Jake of Little appeared in federal court Friday after Seattle based U. S Attorney Brian Moran charged him with possession of a stolen firearm. A firearm was taken during a riot in downtown Seattle from police Seattle police surveillance images show little with a large bag that was used to story called M four rifle with a suppressor. He's seen apparently taking the bag from a Seattle cop car parked downtown. After several police vehicles have been damaged and burned by rioters. The U. S attorney's office is they also obtained messages showing little trying to sell the gun. Jessica Rosenthal Fox News, A mother, who lives north of Austin, Texas, in the city of Round Rock, is recovering from severe injuries after hand sanitizer. She was using cod fire as she lit a candle. Hate wise suffering, 2nd and 3rd degree burns within literally choose against my entire body was just involved. Why says she was putting the hand sanitizer run and her arm caught fire? She says she was suddenly engulfed in flames. The sanitizer. She used an off brand something she says she'll never use again. Christa Male Fox News. The NFL has given the green light for a Dallas Cowboys star to return to the field. Fox's Matt Napolitano has details. In a statement posted to social media Friday, Dallas Cowboys defensive end Randy Gregory calling it a day of celebration. And thanks as you reveal that he's been conditionally reinstated by the NFL. Gregory was suspended indefinitely last season for what was his fourth violation of the league's Since abuse policy in his career. The Cowboys defensive lineman will be able to report to the team Monday for covert 19 testing, but won't be able to practice or play for Dallas for weeks to come. Gregory, adding in a statement quote I'm in a good place and planned to use this second chance to be a great father, player, citizen of Dallas and teammate and quote Mad Napolitano, Fox News and I'm joking here. This's news, radio K L B J and now toe AC you weather with yur Ko BJ radar weather watch well, clouds and breaks the sunshine this afternoon it will be humid with a thunderstorm in sponsor the high of 87. Mostly cloudy and muggy.

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"brian moran" Discussed on Transition Virginia

Transition Virginia

06:48 min | 2 years ago

"brian moran" Discussed on Transition Virginia

"You didn't have fringe members introducing legislation that. We're worried about you. Had the majority leader introduced a bill. That would make me a felon that had money in it to incarcerate me. If it didn't comply that's his way over the line I mean it's it's just way over the line Secretary Miran. What would you say to Congressman Taylor about his concerns about the assault ban? Well Scott Taylor served in the military and we thank him for his service. He had training with these firearms. Most people don't that are carrying those. Are these lethal weapons. They were made for mass destruction. Weapons of war have been referred to got was their origin And anything over a certain amount of ammunition. That's the started out with ten rounds in twelve rounds Any beyond that obviously isn't being used for hunting. And these are the weapons that have been used in many of these mass shootings so it's not protected by the Second Amendment by the way this case law that You can regulate these are sister. State in Maryland has regulated these and other states So it's constitutional to regulate then amount of ammunition the magazine size and so I just respectfully disagree with Scott Taylor on this issue Lori Haas from an advocacy point of view. I would imagine looking ahead to the next General Assembly session. This has got to be one of the issues. That's at the top of the agenda for gun control groups what talk little talk us through the strategy of what's going to happen in the next General Assembly session. We'll be back and you know we I was a couple of people joked with me. The secretary one of them said Laurie. We've got seven bills. What are we going to do next year and I said I've got a big list for you secretary. You know we. We know that you know. This is a necessary piece of regulation. We understand you know what is what is At risk here and a number of people you know want this it pulls off the charts across the Commonwealth of Virginia Governor Ralph Northern ran on the issue at its something whose time has come. We've done it in other states. So it's it. It's important in these high capacity magazines and these high powered Semiautomatic rifles have no place in civil society and opinion that it's just you know regulatory issue that I think Whose time has come. We had the assault weapons ban for ten years in this country We saw a decline in these type of weapons used in crime scenes. The Virginia State police had a report out. In the city. Richmond actually Had some Research on it so and we know that Lee Thallady if someone has to. Someone doesn't have one of these weapons in one of these mass shootings. The number of fatalities is going to be far less so We've got a strategy looking forward. We're working with legislators and trying to make certain that they understand that we do have good definitions in the bill that we do understand what the bill does that it does have the It's constitutional and the constitutionality of them have been supported in case law. So we're just going to work hard to try to get more votes And they all session. We have other issues. We plan to work on Safe Storage is one Surrender and removal. There are people who are prohibited who theories no automatic mechanism to make certain that they have in fact surrendered or removes the firearms in certain cases concealed. Carry and open. Carry or both Concerns of ours Further down the road perhaps permit to purchase We also have a doing some research on restoration You know the registration of firearms rights can follow. The restoration of someone's civil rights is their guidance is the research and data that shows when a person is not as likely to repeat offend in there some data and information out there. We'd like to get you know some restoration research done and some guidance provided to our judges. So there's a number of issues we continue to study research and hopefully can translate into policy with this administration and One day future administration so there was loyal opposition and they continued to advocate. We saw them come to lobby day and during lobby date we fully anticipate most very peaceful fellow Virginians but it could have been and we were concerned about that being exploited by those who would do harm there was an arrest of three white supremacist and Maryland just before the incident and they were going to use lobby day foot for that reason. But I'll tell you even during this Cova crisis Where being sued gun ranges Was part of the governor's order to shut down as a non essential business and we're being sued in court to reopen gun ranges so. Laurie has an ambitious agenda and will will likely join her of many of those fronts in this will continue to be a An issue and We would hope in the twenty twenty election. We would see some Action on the federal side Assault Weapons and many of these other weapons cross state lines and so many of these things deserve a national response. But of course they have. They've refused to respond. And maybe that might change well Twenty twenty this would all seem to get better a lot faster if we could sue gun manufacturers say that much yeah and and. I would love to see some kind of liability for Straw purchasers as well speaking as a partisan myself. Well we would like to repeal PLOCKA. That's you know at the federal level. That's certainly on our agenda and regulating the assault. Weapons is on the agenda and many other items and I think the secretary's right it's ambitious but you know at the federal level. It's it's necessary firearms across state lines. You know far too often in the local authority bill. We did lift the Prohibition of localities pursuing lawsuits that was part of that plan that part of that legislation as well. But Yeah I mean a lot of this just a minute. It requires federal legislation and If just refused to act but in Virginia leader now I mean we've gone from dead last I at my book on Responsible Gun control legislation. So.

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"brian moran" Discussed on Transition Virginia

Transition Virginia

03:57 min | 2 years ago

"brian moran" Discussed on Transition Virginia

"Have to stay at home order that that is working at its. It's flattening the curve as we had hoped But that does present other issues that were concerned about monitoring very carefully one of the big important pieces of legislation that did pass. This year was the protective order. And if you're subject to a protective order now petition ago's obtains the protective order and you continue to possess a firearm It's a class six felony a felony. So you have twenty four hours to get rid of that far and now. The court have verification of that. The individual has to certify. They've gotten rid of the firearm. So that was an improvement to that bill and We're very pleased with that. Piece of legislation and encouraged those. Who are in that sort of situation to avail themselves of that. Let's talk about one of the other bills that passed the General Assembly that the governor has now signed. Which is the one gun a month limitation? So this is a limitation that previously existed. It was overturned. What's the back story on this? Well let's let's it's one handgun so it only applies to handguns not rifles. And it's a thirty day period so he purchased one April thirteenth. You can't purchase another one until may fourteenth so it's a thirty day period Handgun it did pass. It was the signature piece of legislation back in Nineteen ninety-three by Governor. Douglas Wilder. It lasted up until two thousand and now what was it. Twelve in it was repealed by Governor McDonnell and Republican legislature. But you know a real. It was working. That's what we try to use data as we fight the cove nineteen crisis we use data but on this one handgun a month. Atf Alcohol Tobacco Firearms Data. Show that thirty five percent of all guns seized and criminal investigations in the northeast in purchase prior to July nineteen. Ninety three could be praised back to Virginia after the one handgun a month. Law took effect. Only sixteen percent could be traced back to Virginia. That's a cut that in half so it worked yet it was repealed and But now we got it back and place passed and it will become once again the law of the Land July. One Two thousand twenty. Well one other bill that I'm also a big Fan of is that local authority Bill because sometimes what's good for Alexandria city is not good for roanoke city or somewhere else. So what is it about that local authority bill that gives localities more tools. Yeah I think we could speak to the bill al. Just just speak briefly and then let you follow up secretary As you mentioned different. Localities have different challenges. They have different violence that they're fighting or there may not be fighting. They have different law enforcement agencies and they have different capacities to address firearms. And what those firearms are doing in their communities Some localities do not want you to be able to carry a firearm at a farmers market or at a festival or at a fair and we believe they should have the authority to regulate those firearms. You know regulating firearms had been shown to save lives so You know we could pass some blanket legislation that would have applied to all of the Commonwealth that this locality bill we feel is a good bill at allows again those those localities that have different challenges to work on those very challenges so as someone who actually witnessed the August two thousand seventeen Charlottesville Charlottesville was unable to prohibit firearms during that permanent event when unite. The right rally requested a permit. They could not deny them the ability to carry firearms nor were they permitted from banning firearms in the At that time called Robert e Lee Park other man's patient park with this law. Charlottesville KEN now to access.

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Transition Virginia

07:08 min | 2 years ago

"brian moran" Discussed on Transition Virginia

"All important. I think that it's hard to pick one. But as we know. You can have prohibitions on purchasers whether they're respondents in a domestic violence order or whether they're a felon or whether they've been adjudicated Dangerously mentally ill or other reasons. But if you don't have a background check. That's the the structure upon which all of those prohibitions rest. You know if you don't have a background check. You can walk out on literally on the street corner in the front of my apartment right now and I can sell anybody that walks by a firearm cash and carry. And I'm not breaking the law so I would think background. Check as the underpinning. For some of these prohibitions. And then you know recognizing that we need to give law enforcement more tools to require persons to report lost and stolen is going to give them the opportunity to solve more crimes and to trace more firearms crime guns number one. It's going to also Impact we think trafficking in ways that can only help law enforcement and then extreme risk protective orders. It gives law enforcement and communist attorneys legal authority to intervene. When someone's at risk let's talk about background checks Secretary Miran. I talked to you during the session about this issue of transfers and the potential for this to be a loophole that you could get a gun with a transfer and not have to go through a background check. Talk to Senator Cre- deeds about this. I'm asking him about this issue. And this is how he responded to me if a friend has a gun be a gun at a hunting lodge and I pick up the gun. The hunting lodge gives me the gun. That's a transfer. I think the gun to my friend's home and give it back to my friend. That's a transfer. Shouldn't those transfers have background checks? Should they have background checks? I'm just doing a favor from a friend secretary. Mirant I know that you had many discussions with Senator. Deeds about this particular issue. Talk about the sausage. Making that led to the bill that was finally signed by the governor Yes there was some you know. Ultimately you need fifty one votes in the House and Twenty one votes in the Senate and we just did not have the votes in the Senate predates as a senator good friend and helped us win. What many of the bills but just wasn't come across on A full universal background checks. So it's a limited to commercial sales and pass the House easily of the full background check and then we just tried to negotiate with. There are three or four Democratic senators. That just weren't willing to go that far and so we just didn't have twenty one votes for a full universal background checks. The commercial will address the gun shows. We've all been the gun show where individuals selling these guns without any background. That's a commercial transaction so that will clearly address those issues which were pleased about everything we asked for but certainly a substantial step in the direction that we wanted to take. I'm curious about the potential for this being used as a loophole. On one of our previous podcast. We talked about for example. You could buy a t-shirt and get the gun for free. This actually happens with marijuana in the district of Columbia all the time. You could use that same philosophy in the gun world by for example buying a gun cleaning kit. That's sale. Is The gun cleaning kit. You get the gun for Free Larry Haas. Are you concerned about this? Being a potential loophole for people getting guns. Who shouldn't have them. Yes but not exactly in the way you mentioned in any exchange of a thing of value is a sale. So if I give you a pencil if you cut my grass that's a thing of value that we're exchanging that is considered a sale in the code section according to Senator Chap. Petersen was suggesting to me that you know sales assail. The sale in transfers are in the minds. I believe of the senators who Had the heartburn with in their minds they were talking about gifts. I want a gift. You know my firearm. My neighbor to my uncle to my cousin my hunting buddy And then in the situation that Senator Deeds referred to that would be a temporary transferred. Not and we were willing to exempt temporary transfers. You know in the operation of hunting. Or if you're out on your ranch or if you're out you know farming and you're working with animals. You know the ability to recognize the use of firearms in certain situations is not beyond any of us. We're more fearful not of law abiding citizens but non law abiding citizens using the transfer. Lupo again with law enforcement trying to trace a firearm that they founded a crime scene and they trace it back to the lawful owner. That owner will say we'll set gave it to my neighbor. Tranquillo up on that. Michael Yes. Thank you we State police conducted four hundred. Forty six thousand firearms transactions federally licensed firearm dealers of those transactions. Thirty four hundred or denied of the thirty four. Denial thirty four hundred miles. Eighteen hundred denials met the criteria for arrest meaning. They falsely filled out the form. The purchase the firearm so eighteen hundred people purchasing a firearm going to federally licensed gun dealer filling out a form Fraudulently in wonder just how many purchasing outside of that process outside of the legal process that go into purchase firearm. So that is my concern. We we're GONNA have. We were having a lot of people. Purchase firearms at gun shows. That would have been prohibited if they had gone to the local green top or Dick Sporting goods. So I do think bill. That was passed We'll have a substantial impact on limiting access to those who should not possess a firearm. And we'll take another run next year with some of the exemptions and Colorado pass a law that Had A number I think for as many as fourteen exemptions which would have fit the scenario in which described about the hunting lodge. So we'll take another run. I think there was just so many bills this year. Not just guns but on a whole series of progressive issues that we with more time And discussion we might be able to Get more and just use the exemptions To address Senator Deeds and others are concerned about the deal. Let's talk about another one of the bills that the governor signed which is the red flag law. I think sometimes called Erba. Is that what you're going which stream risk protective order? Urpo extreme risk protective order so there was a concern even among some Democrats about potentially violating civil liberties. I spoke to Senator Joe Morrissey after one of these committee hearings when a a number of these gun bills passed. He actually voted against The extreme risk protective order. Red Flag Ball So I talked to them shortly after this committee hearing and this is what he told me. There's one.

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"brian moran" Discussed on Transition Virginia

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12:21 min | 2 years ago

"brian moran" Discussed on Transition Virginia

"Of democratic power before the Republicans even took control in the late nineteen ninety s talk about the previous era of democratic leadership and their opinion on gun control. Well it was not favorable to gun. Control the Democrats that time still dominated South West Virginia Northern Virginia Hampton roads but we had a very diverse membership with respect to the Democrats in the legislature. I'll just tell one story from Nineteen ninety-six lose my very first year and I was approached by gun control advocacy group to asked to carry legislation and legislation was merely to post The requirements the legal requirements with respect to gun purchases so for instance a minor shall not purchase certain firearms hunting. You can only hunt at a certain age so I thought it was fairly straightforward something that would easily pass. I showed my naivety when I presented it before the committee and was promptly shot down and so I realize well no wonder freshman was asked to care this bill. Stout going to be Thesis Successful Legislation. So that kind of gives you a measure of where we were in nineteen ninety six and and then when Republicans took control of ninety seven certainly became a more partisan issue but even in the ninety s gun control just wasn't You know there were Democrats running for statewide office. That sought the endorsement of the NRA. But you know with the advent of mass shootings Really and the use of firearms both for domestic violence cases in particular but Certainly in the mass shooting cases at Columbine and others subsequent to that certainly the attention changed in in the action by the legislature changed significantly. At least the temps the attempts to change it during the two thousands in even right up until this year we're all unsuccessful but a changed significantly after columbine and other mass tragedies columbine was fulcrum and things kind of changed after that we saw Virginia Tech We've solved many mass shootings including the one in Virginia Beach. Very recently Lori. Haas talk about your own personal involvement with this issue. How did this issue becomes something that you became so focused on it? It's very personal for me. The morning of April sixteenth. Two Thousand and seven. We've got a phone call from my daughter. She then a sophomore at Virginia Tech and her French class. And she said hi. Mommy I've been shot. It was watershed moment for the. Commonwealth is a big moment for my family and change the trajectory of my work and my career and the work. I still do to this day. Which is to prevent gun violence in all its forms the Commonwealth Experienced at the time. Which was the largest mass shooting? It was the largest mass shooting for many years until the pulse nightclub shooting The assault weapons ban in the mid ninety s that was allowed to expire in two thousand four kind of ushered in this era of mass shootings and these high capacity magazines and these semiautomatic weapons that have been used in many many of the cases. The shooter Virginia Tech You semiautomatic pistols with high capacity magazines. My daughter survived but there were too many families affected and too many communities affected and you know citizens across the Commonwealth and that began what I called moderns gun violence prevention in Virginia. And it's only groans exponentially since Senator Tim. Kaine who was governor at the time often refers to that moment as the hardest thing he ever experienced and he recounts the story. Often secretary. Miran you're in the legislature at the time. And you just tell us a little bit about what the Virginia Tech tragedy had on you and the legislature on how it changed the discussion moving forward. Well it did I. I remember it well as it turns out I was on a trade mission with the Governor. I asked as I was the Democratic Caucus Chairman and the governor was taking a trip to India for an economic development. I asked to come along. Nobody asked to come along before and I paid for the trip and I went. I thought it was very educational but it was the trip at. The governor actually flew back from two to address the Virginia Tech Situation. And he did it so well his leadership. Then it's still an inspiring to this day how he was able to speak to the issue what we did immediately thereafter. He formed a group. I served on it We did actually pass a number of pieces of legislation to clear out mental health. And you know after may the beach shooting Roanoke Times wrote an editorial and said well before you try to propose all this new legislation. Why don't you go back to the Virginia Tech Study and find out what they recommended? And where the status is in. So Secretary Kerry Secretary of Health and human resources and I actually did that. With the help of our staffs we went through their seventy two recommendations and as it turns out we implemented them all most implemented immediately after the tech tragedy. Tim Kaine working with the Republican legislature. That time actually came up with a number of good pieces of legislation around school and campus. Safety what really taken the lead. Communications healthcare how they respond. There were two glaring at least one glaring recommendation. That was not adopted out was having to do with the universal background. Check the shooter in that case show is actually able to purchase far There was also a a loophole with respect to that. If you're involuntarily committed you shall not be able purchase well that was interpreted to mean involuntarily committed a residential treatment in this case he was receiving outpatient treatment and so he was able to legally purchase those firearms that got changed immediately after. Say if you're involuntarily committed regardless outpatient inpatient you would be prohibited from purchasing a fire but then the other recommendation was universal background check. That's why no Laurie is so pleased that pass this year and it took a long time but the effort was worth it and when it's just thrilled that finally That recommendation has passed though though thirteen years later. That shooting in Virginia Tech is just so pervasive and society. Today there are more and more families affected by Gun Violence Laurie. We've talked about this when we were trying to set up the podcast but you and I realize that we have a very unfortunate connection via the Virginia Tech tragedy. I went to Westfield High School where the shooter attended. And also we lost two other of my classmates Reema and Erin and it was tough to do that one year after the mass shooting at the police station. Right next to that high school where to Fairfax County. Police officers were killed and going from year to year where gun violence which seemed like it only happened in the movies or not. It was not in society. And then you have Columbian in nineteen ninety eight and then you have Virginia Tech in two thousand seven. It has become something that every American Child. has had to deal with now at some point in their life and I don't think it's something well understood by the people who are in charge Secretary Miran back in the nineteen nineties. Yeah I don't I think that it is front and center and was on for many many years on people's mind in Virginia. You know after the shooting. I mean you can't go anywhere and and don't know someone whose son brother father sister on uncle cousin neighbor you know went to Virginia Tech. It's it's a land grant university. It's large dinner has a large enrollment. The Commonwealth rallied around those families. Too many people knew too many people who had been injured or or killed but sadly the legislature. At the time you know didn't see fit to work on. You know reason that gun violence that we have violence problem that becomes a gun violence problem when someone has access to a firearm. The secretary talked about it. Chose access was the reason you know you can speculate all day long. What may or may not have happened. But you know I speculate. If he didn't have that firearm. What amount of harm he have been able to inflict you know and you can debate that all day long. But they're far less lethal forms of violence than gun violence and that is why the reason I got involved in this work looking at what is gun violence. Look like what is it involved. You know what are the risk factors? Can you identify in a person hits risk? It's it's why we continue to seek too much gun violence when I started. This work The average number of gun dozen Virginia was right around nine hundred thirty five. It were up to well over a thousand I think last year secretary. One thousand thirty six or some right around there so. The numbers are only increasing in nationally. When I started work it was thirty. Two thousand annual gun deaths back in two thousand seven and two thousand eight two most recent year. We have numbers for was thirty. Nine thousand seven hundred and seventy-six almost forty thousand so gun violence is increasing In many forms homicide suicide and an accident so in this era when gun violence was spiraling out of control in Virginia Tech. Changed the way people thought about this issue and what can be done about it. There were many bills that were introduced in the General Assembly during the era of Republican power and they went nowhere. Secretary Moran when you were in the house. What was it like to present a bill? In one of these Republican controlled subcommittees. I guess it was a Ken to send lambs to slaughter are the the Coliseum in Rome literally. We're it'd be a small room either. Seven o'clock in the morning or Tuesday afternoon meeting so the advocates pro and con couldn't fit in the room was Much too small. And it was really surreal. It present the bill with witnesses. A lot of passion Lori and Horr- advocates would get up and talk about their personal tragedies and it was Really passionate and In your listen and then you know you'd wait for the committee to take action and there'd be a motion to pass by indefinitely and it would pass three to one because typically they're only four members there it'd be one Democrat who had opposed the motion. And so it was. You know who's really tragic and that would go. I mean we did that for literally years over and over and a lot of the same bills but you keep pushing every year you bring in maybe same witness or similar. I remember case We had after Las Vegas and we were trying to pass the bump stock now. This was not when I was in the legislature but when I was secretary and we thought the bump stock law would you know the the shootout in Las Vegas used this to to increase repeatedly of the weapons in this young lady who had actually attended. The concert testified with tears and tremendous emotion. Well Move to pass by definitely seconded. The motion passed three to one. I mean it was just. Here's this woman who traveled a great distance and gave this emotional appeal. And of course optimally that you know. Even president trump finally took action on the bump stock. But that was that's just one example Over and over though These bills would come up and just summarily dismissed by four members in one hundred and forty members of the legislature so one hundred members in the house four percent were acting all these gun legislation and most of them did not have these votes on their public records. So let me just address that one even if they did. They're fine in their districts whether it's mathematics or Lunenberg or Halifax faulk year culpepper that would benefit them. They know vote on some of these bills were beneficial to them. There were yeah. They were selected to serve on the Militiamen police subcommittee on on guns. So they would kill these bills summarily. It was beneficial to them. A vote on these bills so again..

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"brian moran" Discussed on Transition Virginia

Transition Virginia

04:20 min | 2 years ago

"brian moran" Discussed on Transition Virginia

"There's a disagreement on whether or not you need a background. Check for a transfer and the sticking point there. I talk to Brian Moran about that Secretary. Brian Moran who is concerned that if there's no background check for a gun transfer. You can play games with that so a lot of times. What happens when you buy marijuana for example you by a t shirt and GET MARIJUANA FOR FREE? You can do the same thing with the guns. Could buy a t shirt and you get the gun for free and it's a transfer it's not a sale. It's a transfer so Moran is really concerned that if you allow transfers you're you're creating a huge loophole that people could use to buy gun without a background check and Straw purchases to is one of the areas. That DEM's didn't get to this year. That background checks would on transfers would actually help mitigates Straw purchases. Are Michael if you were to go out and BUY FIREARM. And then give it to me or let me buy it from you. What what are the other? There's no background check process. And that is one of the areas that have highlighted that they would to address but Republicans have pointed out that there are some unintended consequences of this policies. Or ripples as you might call them. Kraus can you tell us real quick by a sorry to put you on the spot can you? Can you give us some perspective on why? Republicans have disagreed with this channel policy. You GotTa look at it in a family matter. You know it's a family matter. You know A forum could be a family heirloom. That can be passed down from your great grandfather down to your father down to me to Masan and so forth. You know you'll be something like that but so we're supposed to get background checks. Every Tom Happens on your kid or your grandson. So you know I mean. That should be left up to the parents to decide. Well you know don't if that's the big problem you're the big problem. Can I give a gun to my kid handgun a family heirloom? Like those are things you can fix in bank one would think. But if we're talking about the concern about which I had not heard it is actually a really legitimate one that I can go buy a shirt and get a gun for free because that gets around transfers. I don't buy shirt and get a gun in DC. But you could see how upset you get the weekend the raffle pizza or you go by you. Go buy a gun cleaning kit for you. Know a big chunk of change in the gun comes free with your with your cleaning get. There's a there would be. I could see where their meat comes about. Eight hundred dollars for a damn cleaning. Kids know crosses raising the legitimate concern. Which is the heirloom stuff? So I mean that seems to be something that you can easily fix in you will. It depends on what it's a transfer though. I mean technically got transferred. You could say a transfer from you know from from blood relative or you know you know a gun. I mean. Here's a loophole. To this morning pants. Michael Bazi Gun. Oh Thomas he's my cousin by marriage here relative relative or mar cousin and what are you. GonNa do now require damned. Dna task there. And there's well there's a difference between I I would say like an antique blunderbuss that you're passing down or a family shotgun one hundred years old or whatever or maybe even a pistol that knows but a glock that you bought yesterday with no historical value. Verse some kind of Heirloom Winchester Be worked out but I guess we'll see what happens. We'll see WHO's on the conference committee because there have been several bills and I can't remember which one because there's been so many that there's been nothing but Democrats on the Conference Committee on besides no Republicans you know Republicans. Oh on a on a on a couple of bills. These Senate Democrats have been voting. You don't necessarily need any Republicans on the conference committee. So which ones Thomas? Yeah you don't want to name names not this episode..

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Federal Judge Clears Way For Nation’s First Supervised Injection Site To Open In Philadelphia

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Federal Judge Clears Way For Nation’s First Supervised Injection Site To Open In Philadelphia

"News federal judge has just approved the first supervised injection site in the nation it opens in Philadelphia next week supporters say it will save lives opponents say will bring illegal activities to the neighborhood activists have been trying to get safe injection sites in the Seattle area for the past four years but last year U. S. attorney for western Washington Brian Moran told komo he would block such a move here the easy answer for me and I think it's the right answer I'll continue limits right answer

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Trump administration suing King County to allow deportation flights from Boeing Field

"The federal government is suing king county over its policy banning immigration flights from Boeing field goals to Romero report last spring king county executive Dow Constantine announced an order banning all deportation flights by immigration and customs out of Boeing field in Seattle now the agency must take detainees to the other side of the state for flights instead US attorney for western Washington Brian Moran says king county is breaking several federal laws with that policy Constantine intentionally unlawfully interfered with the federal government's duty

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"brian moran" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

02:07 min | 2 years ago

"brian moran" Discussed on KOMO

"In a total of seven are on leave after a shoot out in several ways this morning to say started as a fight between a man and woman in the parking lot of an apartment complex at some point the man opened fire causing officers to respond whether it was self inflicted or was was the officers that did the shooting all we know is that he died of result of gunshot wounds chief Andy Wong says the two wounded officers are recovering police is still looking for the woman was involved in the original fight she has not been identified in the description has not been released sanctuary laws and policies come at a cost courting the US attorney for western Washington federal prosecutor Brian Moran responded to the state's latest lawsuit against the trump administration which Attorney General Bob Ferguson argues immigration officers who make arrests near courthouses frighten non violent undocumented immigrants with legitimate business from coming to court grant tells our conservative talk partner five seventy KVI he favors the idea of taking dangerous and violent criminals out of our communities are people who commit crimes who are undocumented aliens who are here illegally but if you can force the laws as any individual to present I think you have an obligation to do it says there are violent crimes that could be prevented if it wasn't for sanctuary laws while Ferguson says allowing ice arrest your courthouses actually reduce public safety some new laws kick in January first including one that raises the age to buy tobacco and vaping products come was Ryan Harris says the specific starting in twenty twenty you will not only have to be twenty one to buy weed or alcohol in Washington state but now also smoking or vaping products Julie Graham is with the state liquor in Canada's board this changes it so that there is a one age for checking out everybody has to be twenty one when to sell them any of those four products to retailers Graham says it means just a quick glance at your are you do you need to know if you are of legal age to buy products legally limited to adults this law was passed last year before the emergency ban on flavored vape juices in reaction to a series of long illnesses and deaths lawmakers are expected to.

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"brian moran" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

01:48 min | 3 years ago

"brian moran" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

"Ten seasons in the minors lefty reliever Brian Moran finally made his big league debut last night with the Marlins the second battery faced his younger brother Colin as a more more nervous than I thought I do when I some stuff in the box but it was it was pretty cool I I get dream up the cooler way to get your for strikeout Colin is the pirates third baseman this the first time the pitcher faced his brother in his big league debut and Serena Williams and Canadian teenager Bianca Andriy Eskew said for tomorrow's US open women's finality I mean you're both fifteen baseball games plus Marshall and Boise state in college football driver on edge Danny seven. the mobile would you. over will come up with one on answers for thirteen hundred we're ready. live from southern California this is the world show. on CBS sports radio..

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"brian moran" Discussed on KTTH 770AM

KTTH 770AM

02:05 min | 3 years ago

"brian moran" Discussed on KTTH 770AM

"Heroin. This is about harm reduction except when it comes to east cigarettes. Because when the US attorney that's base right here in Seattle. Brian Moran when he said, whoa, whoa, whoa, whoa. Whoa, seattle. You better not go towards heroin injection sites. We're going to stop you. Her spokesperson? Durken's spokesperson complained to the Seattle times. That Brian Moran would want, quote to block a harm reduction strategy to the opioid epidemic. There is no rhyme or reason to Jenny Durkan's position on harm reduction except except that she seems to like breaking federal laws. Except that she seems she seems to like, telling people what they can or can't do with their body. Now I heard someone yesterday make the case of what this is disingenuous argument, because this is really about kids kids are smoking e cigarettes, and that's why we're going after it. I mean, kids are also drinking booze, and they're getting a hold of booze and they're doing so in an illegal way, we're not having the conversation about banning booze. Right. We're not having the conversation about banning sugary beverages. We're not having those conversations at all. And I'm going to assume that there are some kids who might have access to heroin as well. But we're not talking about banning in those cases. And in fact, we're talking about making more money off of those things. But he cigarettes for whatever reason is back got it. And of course, Jenny Durkan ever ever going to do a hard hitting interview on any of these topics because she's a coward. You have a whole bunch of people who hate hate hate being questioned. They like sometimes talking with reporters who they know are not going to be able to do it deep dive and sit down and have an interview every once in a while. They'll do it. But for the most part, they avoid that because they know they're going to get called out for being so hypocritical. Let's find out what else is trending. What's trending wait? What a tropical bird escaped from its exhibit at the woodland park, prison or zoo. Sorry. It broke free.

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"brian moran" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

02:15 min | 3 years ago

"brian moran" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

"Streaming on the Cairo radio app. Yeah. We could see it again reminds me of when I was a kid nila smoggy bad. It's that bad. Yeah. Well, fire stained the sky and scorched more than four hundred thousand acres in Washington state last year and this season could be worse. Cairo radio. Santa Scott explains date. Public lands Commissioner Hillary friends told lawmakers the situation is dire. This month the national intrigue since he fires center forecast at Washington and Oregon to have the highest wildfire risk in the Mason. And it only gets worse from there. That's why she's urging lawmakers to pass a Bill that will increase the tax insurance companies pay on casualty and property policy premiums to fund new dedicated account to fight and prevent wildfires insurance companies say they support the effort to deal with the wildfire crisis. But they shouldn't be the only ones on the hook for it and warn these tax increases will likely be passed on to consumers in the other Washington US Senator Maria can. Well as warning federal leader in early June. We could be above normal for fire season that's not normal by the Trump administration is considering cutting federal funding to the four service by five percent safe drug injection sites violate federal law. So US attorney Brian Moran says he's not backing down from his vow to stop Seattle from setting a safe setting up a safe drug site. He tells radio story Monson he's going after the cartels. Instead, if you're moving large amounts of heroin methamphetamine opioids feno were coming after you. We're gonna make your life difficult. We will prosecute vigorously. We will add mandatory minimums, I will make your life miserable. A robber who still narcotics from the beacon hill pharmacy yesterday. But the owner says he's not throwing in the towel on that. I lead till Skyros seven TV he opened the authentic station pharmacy in order to get back to the neighborhood where he arrived as a refugee could be able to show that I'm able to contribute to the community that will come. Refugees. Police are still looking for the robbery suspect. A Renton airy family knows who's been stealing food out of their bird feeders. Honestly, kind of cool because we ever they are. Now, they have a bear fish and wildlife officials tell KIRO seven TV bird feeders can attract bears who are waking up from hyper nation, and.

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