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Sioux Tribe Opening First Legal Marijuana Business in South Dakota
"Legal marijuana sales are happening in south dakota's borders for the first time it's only for medical purposes and there's only one place to shop. A store operated by a tribe theft tupper of south dakota public broadcasting reports the flender santee sioux tribe is the first seller of medical marijuana in the state. Native nations cannabis is a tribal business. That began sales this month of voter-approved law legalizing medical marijuana took effect july. First alex cheddar is one of the first to customers. He drove to flounder forty miles from his home. In sioux falls. I came here to get some medical marijuana. I exercise my rights. Nobody else in the state is selling medical marijuana. That's because the state health department is not ready to start issuing medical marijuana cards yet. The tribe has its own sovereign. Government doesn't have to wait for the state so it prepared to open immediately. When the new law took effect era cagan is the ceo of native nations cannabis. We've had more patients than expected. I think it's been a huge success for not only the trial. But also the state of south dakota I'm glad that we're open. The tribe requires patients to have a valid doctor's recommendation. Hagan says the tribe also accepts licenses from other states that have medical marijuana programs. We've been seeing a wide variety Tribal members non tribal members age group. Non-tribal dispensaries can sell medical marijuana. Once the state health department starts issuing licenses medical cards the department will announce a process for that by the end of october for national native news. I'm seth tupper.
"cagan" Discussed on KNST AM 790
"Trust me. I know I've heard from people that say this is an absolute nightmare. When it comes to getting a reef I'd done they keep asking for my documents. I sent it. They lose. It is rich home in 548 15 55 animal is number 209309. All right. Gary Lewis. Here knsd. Am 7 92 songs most stimulating talk. Thank you so much. For hanging out with me. There are three things that I think you need to know. Number one, it I It shows that every state senator that's a Republican, all 16 here in Arizona. Co sponsored a resolution to hold the Maricopa County Board of Supervisors in contempt. That's a big deal in contempt if they don't if they don't comply with this subpoena. They could have arrested. They vote for this. It looks like all 16 will. Senate President Karen Fan could say you guys, are you guys? We're all gonna be arrested Put in jail. Turn over the Domini machines, the to pull a million ballots and all the material that we ask, and it's legal. This is ridiculous. They're trying to cover producer for Second We interviewed a state senator Warren Peterson about this and we'll stick it up by the end of the show. A canister calm so you can hear it. Second thing that I think you need to know. Why do they do this to me? I'm going to need your help again if you want to get rid of the mask mandates. This is what you need to do. You need to call the chair of the Commerce Committee. Stayed representative Jeff when injure or Winninger I'm gonna put the information of a canister dot com. I have a lot of things that I need to do here. Um, this is a big deal. He's the Out of the six Republicans in the Commerce Committee. He's the on Lee one that is not a co sponsor of that of that bill from state Senator Chappell IQ. To a stop businesses from having to enforce the mask mandate. And he is what he's the chair of the congressman. He gets to say what's going to be voted on or not, and he did not schedule This this bill, So call him and ask him. Why? And demand that he better schedule this 9 to 66 to 9 to 6 30 92 6029 to 6. 30 92 Jeff went anger. W E N i N G E R Just load his office with calls. Third thing I think you need to know magically, the CDC director says. Oh, lookie, lookie. Lookie here now. Guess what? We don't need to vaccinate all teachers to open up school safely. You're desperate to get schools open because they know I'm telling you. This is a sign that people are pissed Democrats as well. The few people that did vote for Biden or even pissed So that's the one thing he said He did not doing it. And now all of a sudden you're telling teachers. It's safe to go back without vaccinations and teachers saying you Three things I think you need to know. Um, yeah, I'm gonna put all of this information about the agenda meeting and everything from this Commerce committee up there at canIs t dot com. Just give it a few minutes to get up there. On dope with Linc and everything in the guy's phone number and the picture of his bald head and everything else that needs to happen. Okay? So just bear with me Bear with me. Um Now to us. See, this is a strange story to ust the teeth. They have their own teachers union. The ta Used on educators Association, right and they are trying very, very hard, very hard to never go back to work. They want to keep getting paid, but it never actually work. It's amazing how that happens, right? Amazing. So Let's get some sound bites. Ready, Chris, If you don't mind, there was a story from Cagan nine. And apparently, uh, the Avatar state Superintendent of schools, Cathy Hoffman. She went on a radio show on radio station in Phoenix and said that Oh, my God, we're getting. We're being told now that there's six people that died from the Tucson Unified School District. They have been open for a day. This is why they can't open. It's just too dangerous and blah, blah blah. And she said not only to that they six people die. They've had four Employees died from Cove it in the last five days to us D. Confirms four employees died from over the last five days. Of course, not one of them was actually at work. How do I know this? Because the head of the Tucson Education Association. The union President, Margaret Cheney, said that You're trying to scare people into never opening up again, The CDC says. It's totally safe. These teachers did order or employees did not get sick in the school. Can you play number 10? Very quickly. This is from Cagan. Nine. Um, listen to this. This is the ta President Margaret Chaney. Here we go. From what I understand. Most of the victims fell while they were at home. Where exactly? They contracted it. I'm not certain I know a couple did contracted from, you know the outline areas They weren't at work at least as far as our tracing goes. But we have had a number of people get sick at various locations and so on that has created a shortage, just staffing shortage. So some people got sick because they actually had to go go to work and do something at T U S. T. There's no kids in the class, or if they do, it's the It's the ones that some students out of special needs. Or who knows what but very, very, very, very few. Some people got some people get sick everywhere. People get sick in a doctor's office. They get sick of their their job, the groceries all over the place, so she literally said, What a deceiving story And what? How bad is this? By the way, the state superintendent Cathy Hoffman, to actually use these people's deaths. From Cove it who knows what other underlying conditions they had. If they really did die from something else, and just happen to have Cove it we don't know what a cancer and also had covert. It's classified as a covert death. We don't know. They didn't even get this at school. I mean, I get teachers are supposedly so frightened to go back to work, but they have no problem going to. Why did she call it outlying areas? Where did they go? A big.
"cagan" Discussed on KNST AM 790
"Over the weekend, It came out that Texas sued. Um, department. Homeland Security, Basically the Biden administration. For wanting to just release people right to stop the remaining Makiko policy. To stop. They tried the stopping of deportations. A federal judge now by the way, has said all right, we're going to a 14 day. Hold on the Biden plan. Toehold Deportations? No, no still deport people 14 days and he said close to 28 days. Let's double it. Because we got to make sure that we can review all the evidence that you're doing, blah, blah, blah. And it was Texas first. I said, Why didn't Arizona join this? Why didn't areas like? Why didn't our attorney General Mark Brana bitch? Why didn't he get involved and say, Hey, what do you do? Because Texas the Texas attorney general compacts and said, You are putting my citizens in danger. By not deporting people. Well, it took several days. But yesterday finally a press release, Attorney General Mark Brana, which files a lawsuit to hold new DHS immigration policy that could endanger Arizonans. Basically again, he filed a lawsuit. Over the new policy to pause nearly all deportations for 100 days. I'll get a judge already said No, we're gonna We're gonna continue with this for at least 28 days. And then and then come up with a ruling. It took Brana bitch an extra few days to figure this out. But here's the thing. That's the headline you go. Okay, Cool. He did a good thing. Remember this guy? The establishment here in Arizona was grooming Brana bitch to be the next governor goes from Attorney General Governor. He'd be the same was ified Squishy Rhino, as do see. How do I know this? Well, if you get to the third paragraph down, you ready for this one now? Brana bitches all tough and he's saying No, You can't stop deportations. You must continue. Why did take so long and then on top of that, he is quoted in his own press release. Attorney General Brockovich quote As a first generation American, I support the need for comprehensive immigration reform. But it cannot be achieved through untenable executive orders. So, Brandi Bitches let the establishment No. Yeah, I'm going against what These guys are doing. Chamber of Commerce establishment cheap labor globalists. But I also want you to know that I'm for amnesty, which is what comprehensive immigration reform is. He felt the need to put that in there. Mark Brockovich, the attorney general Arizona by putting that in there has just Disqualified himself. From being the The next governor here in Arizona. You are the next governor, Arizona. To be in favor of amnesty. What if he runs for Congress and Senate has a vote for it after that. Is that what we want here is that is that what we would do We really want an amnesty program. So I'm just letting you know exactly what is happening in that guy's skull He's all about and it's just another McKay night. Typical. Squishy. Globalist. Borderless. Attorney general. It's never get another Republican. That way. We need to get these guys out. Okay? That's not what we want here. In the crazy by the way, they guarantee ready. This guy Laredo is an extremist. We're not wanted for not wanting an amnesty. For wanting a border. For making sure illegal alien. Stay out. What do you crazy, You know, so by the way, may he co just had a record number of deaths, they said from the China virus. And Biden wants to stop already Stop stop building the border wall. How does that make sense? So if Regina thinks that the China viruses so dangerous, right she wanted to. She wanted a curfew. She wants to close businesses. She wants to all this stuff, right? She wants to lock down. Wouldn't be nice if somebody asked Regina, the radical If it's so dangerous. Why are you okay with people coming across the border illegally? Where they're coming from. Hot spots of this would be nice if somebody asked that. I know that's a radical way of thinking, right? Totally. Oh, really? So we have that all right. I have so much more to get to you as well. We have to get to this strange story from Cagan, nine. Apparently, teachers aren't actually teaching and buildings but to us, he says. We've lost four Four members. I only handle their teachers at the staff people I don't know, but four to us. The employees have died over the past five days from the China virus. Yet again, the schools aren't even open. Try to make the case of school should still be shut. We'll get to all that. Do not go anywhere Morning ritual. Gary Lewis can s t A M 7 92 sons most stimulating talk in the morning ritual with Jared Lewis. Health. It's a big deal right with everything with the viruses and everything you sitting back saying, I wanna live a healthier lifestyle. One of the ways to live an extremely healthy lifestyle is to drink water. It helps your heart. That's right. There are a lot of studies out.
"cagan" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Nominal damages case. I know of in recent times, which is Taylor Swift sexual assault case, you know that one. Vaguely. Taylor Swift did not have the case at the Supreme Court. But a case before the court on campus speech rights reminded Justice Elena Kagan of Swift, successful suit in 2015 against a Denver radio host for sexual harassment, where the pop star asked for only a dollar in damages. And she said, I'm not really interested in your money. I just want a dollar and that dollar is going to represent something both to me and to the world of women who have experienced What I've experienced, Cagan said. Swifts case was similar to the case before the court, where two former students are suing Georgia Gwinnett College for nominal damages for violating their First Amendment rights and Joe's Does Amy Cockney. Barrett seemed to agree. And Justice Kagan's questions suggest said that really what Taylor Swift wanted was, you know, vindication of the moral right. The legal right. That's sexual assault is reprehensible and wrong. My guest is Harold Print, a professor of the Chicago And College of law. How first tell us a little bit about the case. The case is a first amendment challenged by students to their college administrators for limiting the right of free speech. Had to do with someone who's they? Evangelical Christian who wanted to talk about he preaches is faith and the university quenched the speech here for that precipitated a First Amendment challenge. In court and before could be finally resolved. The we classified where students could make speeches and broaden the opportunity for students. So, in essence, handing the plaintiffs of victory, But then the question was, could they continue to get a court resolution that they were right under the Constitution? And would be entitled of these two nominal damages and attorneysfees. And so far the 11th circuit had held that the case was moved because there's no longer a continuing controversy because the university had changed his policy and that the idea of just the period treason. Nominal damages would not be enough to keep the case alive so that refused the address demerits. Does the government or government entities often change policy following lawsuits, the government does not infrequently change its policies. And indeed, a great example of that came up recently when New York City had an active, very tight gun control legislation, which was challenging. They fought it tooth and nail. As it was getting close to the Supreme Court. New York City back down and said, Well, maybe this was too restrictive and therefore essence moved out that controversy, giving plaintiffs all that they wanted and the Supreme Court that case. Refused to entertain the case by saying it was moved because New York changes politician was not likely to go back to the strict gun control policy that has been challenged. So this in some way to their cousin case in the sense that it asked what happens when the government changes in policy not likely to revert to the older policy. Can. A court nonetheless continued to hear the substance of the claim because it's kept alive by this notion off nominal damages, so it's a narrow case focusing on what really is nominal damages. And should the judges have power to consider Mork constitutional claims in particular, if nominal damages are alleged in the case, before we get back to nominal damages, people might ask. Well, why doesn't that case from last term where the justices said it was mood? Why doesn't that control here? It's going to be in the justices mind in that case, nominal damages were not sought. And so there was not an argument that the case was still alive because of nominal damages, as there are in the Georgia case, But certainly with this case is about it's about judicial power. Should judges be able to second guess scrutinize. More governmental bodies, actions, then the otherwise we would be able to. The problem is, it's hard to quantify First Amendment speech. In our occasion, the plaintiff wasn't allowed to speak. How do you put a dollar value on that? Maybe you could say he had to walk 15 minutes to a different form, And that would cost time and time is money. And maybe you should said the cost me $35 and I could otherwise be making In order to go to the other form to give my speech and the courts would entertain that they'd have to. It's a traditional $35 injury, Isn't it? More practical to say we know that the restriction on speech Damaged you. You couldn't speak. It's hard for dollar figure on that. So vindicate your claim by just saying if a nominal damages and that's why this has become really a very intriguing Case because it doesn't fall really on a conservative versus liberal winds. Exactly. It follows with the question of how much power should judges have to superintendent second guess an administration will be the bag administration, the Trump Administration. So I think that's the access under which the decision was reached in the case, And this case has groups that are often on opposite sides of Supreme Court cases. Uniting there were just two amicus briefs in support of the university. How hard is that? It's very unusual, and I think any kind of interest group that challenges governmental action knows that its ability to get cases heard before the court depend upon a vehicle for keeping a case alive and nominal damages is such a vehicle because it recognizes that there are dignitary harms caused by when the government violates your constitutional rights, even if they're not quantifiable. I mean, they were dignitary harms of common law trespass violation. Someone's trademark and private individuals would get some kind of damage is even if you couldn't prove actual damages. Coming up. So how might the justices rule? This is Bloomberg. It's the eye like a bed. That's really firm. I.
"cagan" Discussed on Túnel de vento
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Woman missing 10 days found dead in stairwell of Zuckerberg S.F. General Hospital
"Thousand thirteen the issue has largely broken along party lines until a wave election for democrats last november now nearly two dozen republicans have crossed the aisle to vote to expand democratic governor ralph northern says it is the moral thing to do i really don't want any individual or any family being a position where they're one medical illness away from financial demise northern as confident that he can secure a federal waiver in time for newly eligible virginians to apply for coverage by twenty nineteen the plan requires that virginians must be working or actively seeking work in order to qualify for npr news i'm craig carper in richmond commerce secretary wilbur ross is announcing this hour whether the european union will be exempt from stiff new us tariffs on aluminum and steel exports german chancellor angela merkel said earlier today the e you will respond decisively if it's not exempted this is npr from k q e d news good morning i'm brian watt several city agencies are investigating the discovery of the body of an elderly woman in the stairwell of a building on the sucker berg san francisco general hospital campus yesterday public health spokeswoman rachel cagan says seventy five year old ruby anderson was found in an engineering and maintenance building at around one in the afternoon we're very concerned that this happened we don't know how this woman gained access to the area where she was found and we are absolutely looking into that in thousand thirteen lynne spalding patient was found dead in a stairwell more than two weeks after being reported missing from that hospital at led to security refer reforms at the facility a three million dollar settlement with spaulding family federal investigators say a fire that call caused fifty five million dollars in damage to a concord apartment complex was under construction last month was intentionally set a reward is being offered in the case cake angela corral reports to people were hurt as a result of the three alarm fire which forced the evacuation of two hundred and fifty nearby residents the bureau of alcohol tobacco firearms and explosives the federal agency helping you investigate the fire says evidence shows it was arson in the investigations ongoing in addition to the twenty five thousand dollar reward atf released surveillance video showing a man who they say is the suspect hopping offensive the construction site and then running away after the fire erupts the.