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Nissan to close two plants amid financial struggle from pandemic
"Nissan plans to scrap a production line at its assembly plant in canton Mississippi as part of an effort to cut two point eight billion dollars in annual costs the closure is expected to reduce the Japanese automakers U. S. production capacity by more than ten percent from an estimated one point one million vehicles a year Nissan will also close its factory in Barcelona affecting three
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"Obscene but her autopsy is complete on York times quotes a city official as saying she is confident Eckstine did die by hanging himself one time associate of the famous and the powerful Donald Trump and Bill Clinton among them he was being held in federal custody without bail on sex trafficking charges of underage girls correspondent bowling you with reaction from an attorney for some of the alleged victims my clients were shocked distraught having a hard time processing this attorney Lisa bloom represents several alleged victims of Pepsi bloom says her clients still plan to get justice now that he's gone the criminal case dies with him and we are going to file civil claims civil litigation against Jeffrey up scenes a State Farm children died in a pre dawn fire at a daycare center in Erie Pennsylvania they ranged in age from eight months to seven years chief guy sandstone of the Erie fired apart we found an investigation was there's a number of extension cords and on his extension cords are not for a number of different items autumn that were running underneath the furniture and more findings of looks like they failed which did not at the couch I'm a fire apparently spread from there are echoes of flint Michigan in Newark New Jersey concern over the safety of that city's water the federal government urging Newark city officials to take action after tests showed let in tap water is city is also reminding residents that boiling water is not effective for removing lands a health hazard you know the only two months so before others health officials say pregnant women and young children are most at risk when it comes to lead exposure the city says it will continue to offer free water testing to impacted homeowner WCBS TV is mark Liberman in canton Mississippi there was a March to protest those recent immigration rates hundreds of people believed to be in the country illegally were taken into custody at several chicken plants in some cases separating them from their children were in school acting secretary of homeland security Kevin Michael in an ice took great pains to make sure that there were no child dependent care issues there were ignored thirty two of the arrestees were released on site at the plant another two hundred seventy within the first day of the operation as forty five percent of the people arrested released for humanitarian reasons including childcare on NBC's meet the press Michael in and it can see the timing of the raids was unfortunate shortly after the mass shooting in el Paso targeting Mexicans Roland contributions of LGBT people in American history they're going to be taught in Illinois schools the governor has just signed legislation to make that happen this is CBS news did you know you can listen.
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"Official as saying she is confident obscene did die by hanging himself one time associate of the famous and the powerful Donald Trump and Bill Clinton among them he was being held in federal custody without bail on sex trafficking charges of underage girls correspondent bawling he with reaction from an attorney for some of the alleged victims my clients were shocked distraught having a hard time processing this attorney Lisa bloom represents several alleged victims of Pepsi blue says her clients still plan to get justice now that he's gone the criminal case dies with him and we are going to file civil claims civil litigation against Jeffrey up stings a State Farm children died in a pre dawn fire at a daycare center in Erie Pennsylvania they ranged in age from eight months to seven years chief guy sandstone of the already fired apart we found an investigation was there's a number of extension cords and on his extension cords are not for a number of different items on on that were running underneath the furniture and more findings of looks like they failed which did not at the couch I'm a fire apparently spread from there are echoes of flint Michigan in Newark New Jersey concern over the safety of that city's water the federal government urging Newark city officials to take action after tests showed let in tap water city is also reminding residents that boiling water is not effective for removing lands a health hazard you know the only two months so before others health officials say pregnant women and young children are most at risk when it comes to lead exposure the city says it will continue to offer free water testing to impacted homeowner WCBS TV is mark Liberman in canton Mississippi there was a March to protest those recent immigration rates hundreds of people believed to be in the country illegally were taken into custody at several check and plants in some cases separating them from their children were in school acting secretary of homeland security Kevin Michael in an ice took great pains to make sure that there were no child dependent care issues there were ignored thirty two of the arrestees were released on site at the plant another two hundred seventy within the first day of the operation is forty five percent of the people arrested released for humanitarian reasons including child care on NBC's meet the press Michael in and it can see the timing of the raids was unfortunate shortly after the mass shooting in el Paso targeting Mexicans rolling contributions of LGBT people in American history they're going to be taught in Illinois schools the governor has just signed legislation to make that happen this is CBS news did you know you.
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"Fishel see they'll leave the memorial up until all the shooting victims are buried funerals are already under way for NPR news I'm just made or in Dayton speaker Nancy Pelosi toward a migrant detention facility in McAllen Texas with the congressional delegation today they're just back from a visit to all Salvador Guatemala and Honduras to look into the root causes of migration meanwhile Guatemalans are going to the polls to elect a new president this appears Carrie Kahn reports whoever wins will face a country struggling with violence poverty and a large number of citizens fleeing to the US the contest pits of former First Lady was strong support among the world's poor against a four time presidential aspirant and staunch conservative was said to be back by Guatemala's powerful military polls show that Alejandro G. in my past sixty three year old surgeon has a slight lead over Sanders Torres was sixty two would be Guatemala's first woman president if she wins whichever candidate triumph here she will have to deal the newly signed migration agreement with the U. S. that obligates Guatemala to except possibly tens of thousands of central American asylum seekers Kerry con NPR news Guatemala City in canton Mississippi young people marched from a Catholic Church to a town square protesting the recent immigration raids on food processing plants that ended up with hundreds of migrants detained but the employers were not charged acting secretary of homeland security Kevin mac lean and says they're not off the hook and that they are conducting a criminal investigation of the employers who exploit an undocumented workforce and skirt the laws were in the middle of an ongoing investigation to get a warrant from federal judge of probable cause you then go gather evidence at the sites and then you look at the appropriate charges in concert with the department justice and US attorney speaking there on NBC's meet the press he also says he regrets the timing of the rates but that they were not a last minute decision a more long planned and that they had court approval before the operation began you're listening to NPR news from Washington from KQED news on Jeremy Siegel public comments on the trump administration proposal to revoke Obama era discrimination protections in healthcare ends this week KQED Serra Husayni reports the department of health and Human Services has already received more than a hundred thousand total submissions the proposal opens the door for insurance companies to stop covering reassignment treatments for trans gender patients like kit in Oakland back in June at a local trans gender job fair kid who didn't want to give their last name was finally transitioning after spending.
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"Congress and gun laws immigration raid reaction pine Evan Haining Democrats running for president for calling for tighter background checks for gun buyers in McAllen Texas speaker Nancy Pelosi said the house has already taken action xenophobia white supremacy and availability of guns are an explosive combination that we must disconnect we must have back a common sense background checks which we have passed in the house Republican representative Steve Scalise told CBS's face the nation that in his opinion the bills Palos he referred to won't work because the shooters and and both in el Paso and in Dayton past background checks so her bill would apply to them but her bill is very dangerous and a number of ways of how it stops law abiding people from being able to transfer guns in canton Mississippi young Catholics marched in protest of last week's immigration raids that swept up nearly seven hundred workers at food processing plants correspondent Nick Valencia says the raids of terrified children in the community more than a quarter of the Latino students in a local district didn't show up for school on Thursday the day after the raids and on Friday the entire school district went on lockdown after it received what it described as suspicious phone calls causing more fear in a community that's already shaken a convict suspected of killing a corrections administrator in escaping from the West Tennessee state penitentiary on a tractor has been captured Jeff long is the state safety commissioner always a great day and stay to Tennessee when you get a danger scramble like this off the street game apprehended back in custody forty four year old Curtis ray Watson surrendered as he came out of a soybean field ten miles from the prison he escape from on Wednesday in desoto county Florida sheriff's deputies discovered a cache of weapons including a live hand grenade the weapons turned up when a narcotics unit conducted a traffic.
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"San Francisco Oakland San Jose humilis station Congress and gun laws immigration raid reaction pine Evan Haining Democrats running for president for calling for tighter background checks for gun buyers in McAllen Texas speaker Nancy Pelosi said the house has already taken action xenophobia white supremacy and availability of guns are an explosive combination that we must disconnect we must have back a common sense background checks which we have passed in the house Republican representative Steve Scalise told CBS's face the nation that in his opinion the bills Palos he referred to won't work because the shooters and and both in el Paso in in Dayton past background checks so her bill would apply to them but her bill is very dangerous and a number of ways of how it stops law abiding people from being able to transfer guns in canton Mississippi young Catholics marched in protest of last week's immigration raids that swept up nearly seven hundred workers at food processing plants correspondent Nick Valencia says the raids of terrified children in the community more than a quarter of the Latino students in a local district didn't show up for school on Thursday the day after the raids and on Friday the entire school district went on lockdown after it received what it described as suspicious phone calls causing more fear in a community that's already shaken a convict suspected of killing a corrections administrator in escaping from the West Tennessee state penitentiary on a tractor has been captured Jeff long is the state safety commissioner always a great day in state of Tennessee when you get a danger scramble like this off the street get my branded back in custody forty four year old Curtis ray Watson surrendered as he came out of a soybean field ten miles from the prison he escape from on Wednesday in desoto county Florida sheriff's deputies discovered a cache of weapons including a live hand grenade the weapons turned up one narcotics unit conducted a traffic.
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"Canton, Mississippi, I'm Scott Tong for marketplace. The college degree as a key to a good job. But what kind of degree has been changing since the financial crisis a decade ago? Humanities majors have been on the decline degrees in history philosophy English and journalism have been passed over by students in favor of science technology, engineering and math stem for short, which are seen not entirely accurately to lead to better jobs after college now even elite liberal arts. Colleges known for their strong humanities programs are feeling the shift. Jeff selene go is a contributing editor at the Atlantic. Thanks for coming on the show. It's great to be here. Howard colleges adapting to this shift. I mean, you write that unlike say an auto plants, you can't just retool the factory these are tenured professors. You know, they have a job for life. How are they changing the labor force? So many of them are hiring more computer science professors than ever before including at Macalester in Minnesota where they had a history and English. Opening that they didn't even fill the Sheeran, and that's added know an elite liberal arts college, so many of them are shifting in that direction. But as you mentioned most professors, they hire they're hiring for you know, thirty year positions. Plus, and there are a little worried about making these long term bets on these fields not knowing what the job market's going to look like in five or ten years, and you also talked about sort of promotional campaigns. These are doing to get more students to take humanities or to inject a little bit of humanity's into the stem courses. Yes. So what some schools are doing is. They're sending letters and promotional materials to students to tell them about the humanities. But what seems to be happening? Is that many students are indicating they're interested in the humanities on their applications? But then once they declare their major their first or second year of college. That's when they're deciding that math and science and stem fields are more popular for them. And so some schools, for example, Stanford told me they're less worried about the drop in humanities majors. Students are finding the courses interesting, but they're not necessarily majoring in in the humanities. Well, it's interesting because many of the skills that employers say that they want and that are sometimes lacking in today's graduates are the ones associated with the humanities like critical thinking skills, you know, reading writing communication our students missing out by shifting to a more stem focused major if they're not getting some of those skills. Most jobs today require a mix of both the soft and hard skills. Right. The ability to communicate the ability to work in teams and problem solve the soft skills that most employers say, they don't get out of today's college graduates, and we know that most of those skills are taught in humanities courses, the problem is that many of these courses and majors don't help students translate those skills for employers. But when they get into job interviews, they have a hard time talking about what they learned and how that can translate to the job that they hope to. So I got gotta throw in a question about the the elephant in the room in terms of employment right now, and that's Amazon which just announced its new dual second headquarters in Virginia New York, how do these kinds of employers? These big tech companies impact how colleges are gearing or students. I think what's happening is that most colleges look at the hottest jobs and then start to create majors. The problem is that most of the jobs are not easily packaged into a major today. Most students because they're worried about the cost of higher education. Their parents are worried about them getting a job these majors that are marketed by colleges are tantalizing because they think, oh, I'm going to get a job because it's in computer science or data analytics or in social media management, or whatever it might be that might help them get their first job. But they're not going to have the breadth of skills to get promoted or find that second and third job. Jeff Cellino writes about higher education for the Atlantic. Thank you so much. It was great to be here. up. I took off like an afternoon to.
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"All hell hell a black man in the stress we know how always on our side my guys why he was crazy around man must be nice that'd be nice mississippi along with his cocounsel simpson thacher bartlett llp and us national office uncovered these and other documents during six months legal discovery before proceeding to file a motion for classification march fourteen twenty eighteen in brown versus madison county in the case we sued madison county sheriff department for operating police in program we wanna base the forest the problem runs deeper much deeper than a rice sheriff emails county sheriff department policy racial is polices stretches back as far as the prior shares administration in two thousand six black residents of canton mississippi so it must be where it is mississippi predominantly black town in madison county and the county seat presented a petition bearing six hundred sixty four signatures to the in the county board of supervisors demanding an end into the frequent roadblocks at a predominantly black neighborhoods and racial profiling roll blah's god damn right the response former sheriff toby trowbridge refused to even meet with the protesters he deny us the racial profile and vowed to continue the roadblocks police tactic despite evidence that they were disproportionately affecting black people it's casual is casual brushing aside the community outrage tells with the casual racism extreme exhibited sheriff's department yeah i don't yeah yana ain't doing that day in front of a million dollar homes usually i'll out there camping out in front of them blocking them from going in and out.
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"Com i am i replayed there does this sound familiar gains ju what there was not the president speaking mandarin but an artificial intelligence impersonator on the next science friday the rise of sophisticated ai fakery and efforts to fight back plus your computer could be mining bitcoin's without you knowing about it it's all on science friday from the era join us for science friday you just have to stick around a little bit longer it starts this morning at eleven sunny skies with temperatures in the '60s today sixty seven expected in livermore amdro sandra fell sixty six in san carlos later today san jose looks like the hotspot it should get up to sixty nine in sacramento the expected high 66 degrees and here in san francisco it should reach sixty two clear skies tonight with lows in the 30s and 40s and tomorrow sunny and a little bit warmer by sunday though temperatures well head down again and it's going to get windy in fact on washington's birth they expect a sunny and breezy day with highs in the fifties and sixties two monday morning st zimbay floors as van hecke they don't want me said saleh way in to the court in an unsigned man tu wien the new dr as saying he nothing and sounded trump the kingdom's mom ago visit clean hands got sign me on tu wien you are listening to betty read sasken singing the song she road sign my name to freedom you probably were about forty the him betty i think so why are what do you want to say about so i might even the freedom which is the title of your book that's right that song was written a based on the letters from susan sanford who was at that time an eighteen year old young cal student had gone into canton mississippi diverting if freedom school with nick delivery she wrote home gave me the ability to imagine the woman who who's.
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"Federal rail safety obviously a bit worrying issue right now there have been four fatal amtrak crash is just since december including one that was carrying all republican members of congress when it crashed into a dump truck white house hasn't been able to get their nominee to run the real it's real safety agency through the senate so there hasn't been a confirmed director for the agency for more than a year that left the deputy running the agency instead as acting director the deputy is this guy heath hall he had once worked as an intern at the real agency like when he was a kid but other than that he had no expertise in rail safety whatsoever he's a political consultant in a pr guy that's why how the contract to be the public relations guy for a sheriff's department in canton mississippi so there's one question as to how on earth he got the number two job in rail safety for the federal government especially because it resulted in mapping to be the director of that agency all year long when he has no experience in the field whatsoever but even if it did make sense to have hired him for this job in the first place what's he was in place at the agency he was definitely not supposed to keep his second job back home senior government officials are not allowed to have second jobs lord gardner has been on the show at this story at politico she's the one who broke this lauren gardner reports that not only was the sky working the second job the whole time he's been responsible for running the nation's rail safety staffers at the railroad agency say one of the things they had to do with their jobs now is field public relations calls for him from his clients and mississippi because he's still keeping that job going on the side with the help of your federal tax dollars which are paying for federal employees to help him out with his other business.
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"Mind blank that out for some reason uh we you and i've talked about where we're going where the republican party is going where the democrats are going one thing last week as the huge publicity about jim justice in west virginia the governor of going from a democrat or republican of course that's not going to get a lot of wide coverage and uh on um uh in in the mainstream media but they're sort of a narrative that they're attempting to push out there is trump's ratings are horrible congress's ratings are horrible therefore democrats arusha win right but that's basically what they're trying to get you to believe is that the case we now know democrats 45 democrat sent um republicans a letter stating look we we we want to help with the in a we want to be included now uh in the the the tax debate let's work on this together why would that be happening just run another articles stating well this russian collusion thing may end up backfiring especially if there's nothing there that you really backfire on us that we wasted so much time we talked about chuck schumer coming out and saying well we realized that uh you know it it wasn't rush it was ending it was it was the fact that donald trump took our voters away from us and so then they come up with the exact same kind of plan by the way anybody said the the plan they came up with was a donald trump populace plan was wrong because he identified the problem they still have an identified the problem on economics and so that came in that went but there are other signs out there that just the philosophy the democrats perpetuate is not selling even to their most loyal demographic and this goes to the united auto workers vote in mississippi for the nissan plant a i'll read parts of this from the uh editorial board of the wall street journal the united auto mo mo a automobile workers suffered another humiliation in the south late last week as workers at the nissan plant in canton mississippi voted in a landslide to reject union represent teychenne the nearly two two one defeat wasn't for the lack of effort from the union would spent years making the case to the.
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"Guard have surrounded the offices of the country's chief prosecutor president nicolas maduro has been threatening to remove her from power in the wake of last weekend's vote giving the president the power to rewrite his country's constitution that vote been condemned as a sham by more than twenty nations including the united states all the candidates on the ballot government loyalists including the president's wife and son ceo of the company that makes the electrons voting machine says the results were tampered with by at least one million votes us has publicly branded mature dictator the former boss driver vowed there will be no cop 'promise with the opposition joya rain thunder or lightning there will be a constituent assembly and it rained in there was likely in here is the new assembly masked government security address of jailed opposition leaders now maduro says he will strip opposition lawmakers of their immunity that stocks steve harragan there was a vote last night in mississippi were auto workers derailed a proposal to unionize nissan workers at the company's planted canton mississippi voted heavily against union representation the result adds to decades of futility by uaw organizers at foreignowned auto plants in the american south vote against was by nearly 2to1 margin fox's tom regarding the union claims workers were intimidated nissan denies that rental houses and condo should be filling up again onto islands of north carolina's outer banks last week tourists were forced off the islands because of a massive power outage business owners are furious some are even suing the construction company said with caused all the beachside blackout many businesses on the ob eggs are tourismspecific in without summer income they might not do will that's fox's eban brown and in new york i'm pam who sell fox news radio wlob fm and am next with maine's total weather from channel eight wmtw saturday or cold front finally comes through total weather alerts day intact for.
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"The important role that the press plays and will give them respect the socalled pharma bro has been convicted on federal charges that he deceived investors a pair of hedge funds that failed marking martin should crowley wasn't convicted on all counts seven was the government's attempt to theorize that thai rob peter to pay paul and the tirias spoken conclusively that which opened was not defrauded in this case his convictions have nothing to do with his partner notorious pricegouging scandal involving his pharmaceutical company less than an hour after the end of his trial he was live streaming and bragging that he won't be serving hard time in his words quote no shakes no union for a nissan auto plant in the south he is wwe jays rush mcnamara the united auto workers have never managed to organize employees at a foreign own plant in the south and then now continues of the nissan plant in canton mississippi the vote failed by two to one margin uaw president dennis williams accused the automaker of scare tactics and intimidation something nissan has denied the vote against the uni in came hours after automakers toyota and mazda announced they'll build a joint factory and create more than four thousand jobs the us in his weekly media address president trump says prosperity is making a comeback factories and plants are coming back in michigan and ohio and pennsylvania and many others dates they're coming back for instead of leaving like they have been for decades mr trump takes credit for putting american workers and families first and venezuela president nicolas medeiros ruling party is installed of socalled super assembly will judge us we'll charts sadahro says it's.
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"This campaign what's your pitch to your friends and your coworkers when you're campaigning for the union there at the plant well i'm you know what we always say we're prounion and curled nissar you know we feel that every worker should have a voice in whip out of voice uh we field and i'm i'm a quote what the japanese auto workers told us they say that if we don't get a union could destroy company and that's really the troop then you know you can we even have bible screwed back that up but market you said you know you know we have to have wars we want the company to listen nissan has been you know through the labor boarded owns your they'd been violated in and they've been dream legally violators in also also violators and repeat butlers dinette that mars actually has prepared this is something that's constantly gone on uh every year we've had uh over five hundred of be workers to be injured this year so far this is a uh a fingered endure working in an auto factory so morris mock if you don't get a union you okay to continue working at the nissan plant oh yes yes i'm not going to stop until we get to you i feel i feel hopeful and uh if praying that everything goes well and you're going to know tonight right around midnight yes yes we will now rl l nave this is about the plans in canton mississippi there's no doubt about it but it's about a whole lot more i mean despite his garnered a lot of national attention danny glover his comment bernie sanders has come in the democrat arctic national committee has sounded off this is national attention so this fight that the uaw and nissan are in are really about more than than one car plant exactly i mean is the you a uaw can get a foothold into a southern car plant it will change the face serve auto manufacturing across the country and so far the closest they guy was the volkswagen plant in two thousand fourteen in this election is probably one of the biggest i think in the south in recent memory in so.
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"Twenty three sharon roberts was teaching special at a p s k three sixty nine and bettstein was teaching until she was accused of smashing a nine year old students face and to a radiator while screeching who the f are you talking to roberts aged forty here's charged with russia listen benjamin of a child assault menacing and harassment and she asks been fired daily news reports police are looking into the possibility of additional victims the principle of p s k three sixty nine by the way is rudy giuliani monthly rudy giuliani but a cousin of the rudy giuliani wins news time nine twenty four president trump has signed off on the latest sanctions on russia passed by congress but he's not very enthusiastic about the legislation as cecilia vega reports the president signing it but issuing scathing words at the same time calling the legislation seriously flawed senator john mccain from arizona where he is undergoing cancer tree meant saying i hope the president will be as vocal about russia's aggressive behavior as he was about his concerns with this legislation the president tweeted about this a short time ago writing our relationship with russia is at an all time and very dangerous low you can think congress the same people that can even give us h care exclamation point once news time nine twenty five an uninvited guest made himself a little too at home in hackensack on the ten ten wins ring central news line here's holly hair make a dea says she was watching her young nephew in her sister's badgam then suddenly her sister ran an he's only had how she's canada changed his on the found that the cops and should oxygen i'm still confused about what's going on social task it stein house she says the man had gone into the bathroom where her sister had been taking a shower and took off his clothes her sister yelled and told them to leave then called the police and then they were cops outside the window and we are communicating for them to do that hackensack police say when officers era five the man james king of jamaica queens was washing dishes in the kachin holly hair ten ten wins in hackensack workers up in these on plant in canton mississippi vote today on whether they want to join the united auto workers and the union has spent the.
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"Wnyc comes from sony pictures classics presenting grigsby bear starring cow mooney as a young man his world is abandoned during one dramatic night directed by dave mc carrie with mark hamill greg kinnear claire danes and andy sandberg now playing from npr news in washington i'm dave mattingly senate minority leader charles schumer says a republican bill to sharply reduce the number of immigrants allowed into the us each year is going nowhere the bottom line is to cut immigration by half a million people legal immigration a dozen make much sense okay every once in a different than illegal immigration is create jobs in america it helps america and we think it's we think it's a nonstarter the bill also emphasizes merit and skills over family ties president trump supports the legislation saying it puts america first the question of you union representation is before employees today at an auto plant in mississippi deserie frazier with mississippi public broadcasting reports workers at the nissan plant in canton mississippi are voting whether or not to join the uaw the plant employee sixty four hundred people four thousand are eligible to vote support or say you a w representation will improve pay and working conditions the automaker says it will make the plant less competitive employees began casting ballots early this morning the pacific northwest is dealing with tripledigit temperatures and excessive heat warnings in oregon the national weather service says portland could hit one hundred five degree is this afternoon lead was one hundred there yesterday seattle's expecting the hit ninety five i'm dave mattingly in washington and i'm richard hake on wnyc in new york a federal appeals court is ruling in favor of a jewish congregation in new york in a property dispute over the nation's oldest synagogue wnyc sean carlsson has the details the landmark tour synagogue in newport rhode island was founded in seventeen 63 but the worshippers were forced to flee to new york during the revolutionary war leaving the building behind a century later the original owners now on the upper westside lease the rhode island building and its contents to a congregation formed by newlyarrived immigrants from europe in recent years that congregation wanted to sell some of the ritual artefacts to museum in boston over the objection of the original owners a federal appeals court said this week that a lower court should not have tried to decide issues concerning jewish religious practice in suffolk county demonstrators planned.
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"To clean air and water georgetown university law professor william busby says the white house can do that up to a point basically a president have tremendous power and aden she can drag their feet but busby adds the administration is on thin legal ice for an aid and he and the aden lawyers to effectively undo a regulation by cia bangor going to put it on hold by most standard an illegal act the petroleum industry mystery stance to be most affected by lower ozone standards and has long fought them howard feldman of the american petroleum institute argues the air is getting cleaner and the industry is still trying to meet an earlier standard so we think it's best for people to work on meeting the two thousand eight standard first and then look at what need to be done further if anything he says ozone levels have gone down by a third since 1990 opponents of the tougher ozone standard have also turned to congress the house last month approved a bill to delay the stricter rules for eight years a similar measure is working its way through the senate initial miller though is worry about backtracking i hope we don't go back to just now caring anymore in thing no we don't want clean air you know i hope that as brian naylor npr news washington you're listening to all things considered from npr news a sensitive labor issue is the divide between temporary workers and fulltime employees doing similar work for different pay this is one of the factors behind an attempt by the united automobile workers the uaw to unionize nissan's plant in canton mississippi it's an uphill battle since auto workers in the south have repeatedly reject did unionisation mississippi public broadcasting deserie frazier reports make ray johnson a pastor who works at the sprawling nissan plant will be voting yes ease white that the plant for nearly six years in says he still pay 10point james how does that make you feel laggy when you've got to sit on uh was that of which are in work india saying job is the person this fool in these are they get to know more than you the plant produces apt to four hundred fifty thousand vehicles per year including.
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