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Sally Intensifies Into a Hurricane as it Approaches Gulf Coast

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Sally Intensifies Into a Hurricane as it Approaches Gulf Coast

"Gets closer to land and is now a Category one hurricane that worries the governor of Mississippi, Tate Reeves the longer and it stays out in the Gulf of Mexico. The Mohr On higher. The likelihood is that it continues to grow in size and scope and severity. Some areas could get as much as 2 FT. Of rain. The mayor of New Orleans, LaToya Cantrell, says canals have been lowered. We took this as a mitigating a mitigation effort. To drain those canals on the front and in preparation for the massive rainfall that we do anticipate and expect in the city of New Orleans. President Trump will get a look at wildfire damage in

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Fresh update on "cantrell" discussed on WBBM Afternoon News Update

WBBM Afternoon News Update

01:04 min | 1 hr ago

Fresh update on "cantrell" discussed on WBBM Afternoon News Update

"Ohio's controversial limit on Bella drop boxes is ended. After a coalition of voting rights groups decided to drop their lawsuit. The move is a win for the state's Republican secretary of state who issued the directive and the Trump campaign, which fought to keep the restriction in place in the critical battleground state. It's estimated more than 51 million Americans have already voted more than a million and a half ballots have been cast already in Ohio. Jim Krystle, a CBS News The Senate is preparing for a rare weekend session as Republicans move quickly to put Amy Cockney Barrett on the Supreme Court before Election Day. Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell began debate on her confirmation with praise for the nominee. Is exceptionally suited. This job. Period. Barrett, a federal appeals court judge here in Chicago, is expected to be confirmed on Monday. Cities and states are still facing a surgeon Corona virus cases. New Orleans will now find people for not ring mass. Maybe 500 bucks that I do the right thing, as relates to putting that mask on hand. New orleansmayor LaToya Cantrell says that people don't cover their mouths and noses in public Consul start issuing $500 citations already on the books. It's just a matter of taking that step to enforce. Cantrell has a plan, though. For people who can't afford the mask Fine. You can surely work it off. Doing literally abatement after being a covert hot spot over the summer in New Orleans now has some of the lowest rates anywhere. Dave Cohen for CBS News New Orleans, New CBS Chicago APP is the best.

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Tropical Storm Sally forecast to become hurricane as it targets New Orleans, gulf states

Weekend Edition Sunday

00:56 sec | Last month

Tropical Storm Sally forecast to become hurricane as it targets New Orleans, gulf states

"Is gaining strength this morning as it moves over the Gulf of Mexico. NPR's Amy held reports it's expected to hit the Gulf Coast is a Category two hurricane by Tuesday. Hurricane warning now extends from southeastern Louisiana into Mississippi, including New Orleans, prompting Mayor LaToya Cantrell to issue evacuation orders for parts of the city not protected by levees system is slowing down and potentially Building his strength. Everyone needs to take this very seriously. Eric Blake is with the National Hurricane Center and says Sally could bring up to 20 inches of rain and 100 mile per hour winds which could push massive amounts of seawater on shore Storm surge. We're talking 7 to 11 ft. Life threatening and extremely dangerous. Louisiana is once again under a state of emergency. After dealing with Hurricane Laura. Late last month, Amy held NPR news.

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Fresh update on "cantrell" discussed on Behind The Lens

Behind The Lens

00:40 min | 2 hrs ago

Fresh update on "cantrell" discussed on Behind The Lens

"Michael. The City of New Orleans is facing massive budget crisis. That means likely Personnel cuts, which means the New Orleans Civil Service Commission will be involved mayor Cantrell recently worked behind the scenes to get her favorite candidate installed on the commission, which is supposed to be a political and the city council may have broken State summer. Laws when they voted to approve that nomination. Who is the Civil Service Commission? What do they do? And why is it important one over simplified way to think about the Civil Service Commission? And the Civil Service division is like the HR department for city employees the city, you know besides doing all the things we know it for like collecting taxes and you know all those government functions. It's also a major employer in the city employee being somewhere around four thousand six hundred employees. That's not exact but somewhere in that range and so the cell service commission and the Civil Service division. They they rule on Personnel decisions suck. If you want to add a new position. If you need a new accountant for the Department of Finance, you would you know, try to create a position through the Civil Service Commission. It's also the place that employees can appeal decisions that have been made about their employment whether they've been fired or demoted or think they should have deserved to raise so it's kind of that that Forum that decides on Personnel issues. For the cities rather large Workforce explain what the Civil Service Commission is and how it is populated. Yeah. So so the the Civil Service Commission be clear. There's a civil service division which is you know, after employees and then the governing body of that is the Civil Service Commission and that's made up of five people. They're all appointed by the city council, but four of them are appointed from a from lists created by local University presidents and that fits the is appointed by the city council from home list created by city employees. So the the seat were dealing with here is the Dillard University seat that has been held for years. I Michelle Craig who for the past five years has served as the chair of the commission as well. And what we know is that she was interested in in continuing in that role. She had the support of of the director of the Civil Service division, but she was not ultimately appointed instead a woman in Ruth White Davis was Was appointed she's had a pretty long career in the Department of Veterans Affairs. She does client services within kind of our local offshoot of the Federal Department of Veteran Affairs. But yeah, that's who's been appointed. And now she will be is expected to be taking Michelle Craig C. And why did Cantrell favor her it's interesting because you are reporting we didn't see any evidence and we didn't get any answers from the mayor for exactly why they wanted Ruth White Davis. What we heard more about was dissatisfaction with how the Civil Service Commission was running as a whole and what were the issues at a very basic level. The civil service is the Civil Service Commission makes a lot of decisions having a good things like employee discipline Gorillaz layouts promotions demotions all that sort of stuff. So in a lot of cases, they're sort of it's it's basically it is both a bath Policy-making and and and a judicatory board the communications from the mayor suggested that in its adjudicatory capacity wage was ruling basically with employees and against the city more often than she would like one key issue seems to be that about a year ago off Division hired a new executive Council of someone who had previously represented the local firefighters Union here also on the commission one of the five Commissioners off the seat that's nominated by employees. That's held by a member of the the firefighters unions as well. So there's indications that they thought there was an over representation at least to this one Union wage and that they were a little you know, there was one line basically that you know, the commission and Craig in particular had become hesitant to deny employee appeals. So again talking about that a juice. Tori function, you know, it is interesting though because if you look at Michelle, you know what we're talking here about you know, whether there are too many labor interests on the commission or not, but it's important to note. I think that Michelle Krebs her history. She's an attorney specializing in employment and labor law, but if you look at her past she is really mostly you know, her business is really mostly representing, you know, employers and businesses and helping them stay in line with employment laws. I'm in fact, she's just, you know, she's defending companies against unions in the past before as well. So in in in in Iraq other side, there's nothing you know, I guess that's the overall calculus. It seems to be the overall motivation. But when we're just looking at Ruth White Davis and Meshell Craig, it's not like that Dynamic is super clean. Just between those two know but the Optics I guess are that the chessboard is being set up to favor what maybe huge layoffs in the future to favor birth? The city from from adverse exactly litigation control in her letter. She she actively lobbied to the city council for Ruth White Davis to take over and in her letter off, you know, she warns that with the current commission under Michelle Craig's leadership, you know, there was this risk that their decision is were going to create quote unfunded mandates unquote. So the subtext there seems to be that if certain Personnel Cuts aren't approved. It's going to put the city in this, you know, financially untenable position. So that was kind of the subtext of her reaching out to the city council. Yeah, and just I would just add that, you know this issue of this issue of Union interests on the Civil Service Commission, you know, I I think that there's a chance that that's being offered sort of as as as sort of its sort of an excuse the mayor the mayor has to deal with all sorts of south side boards and commissions some of which are appointed by the mayor herself some of which are appointed or dominated by by other bodies such as this case and the mayor's always going to have an interest off. Um in having people on these boards and commissions who are going to vote that the way that she wants them to vote, you know, you know the union thing I just I I don't.

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Donald Trump reiterates threat to scale back US economic ties with China

Balance of Power

02:38 min | Last month

Donald Trump reiterates threat to scale back US economic ties with China

"Had sort of a wide ranging if I can call it that news conference at the White House. One of things he said, is I'm and I may be open to disengaging altogether with China. We're starting Punishing US Cos. If they're doing things that China should be doing back here in United States, what do you make of that? Is that a real change of policy? It's sort of Ah note that he struck throughout his 3.5 years in office. It's absolutely a note that he has struck during his his entire administration. Something he ran on in 2016 is something he's been talking about since the early odds when trying to gain a session to the WTO's. In some ways, it's incredibly consistent with his ideology. You know what that means, however, in practice, especially before the election is somewhat unclear, although I mean if you look at the what this administration is doing, not just what they're saying what they're doing as it relates to China. It is taking steps towards decoupling, especially around sensitive technologies around export controls. Things like visa restrictions, travel restrictions, so there is, you know, kind of incremental decoupling. I know. I think we would argue already happening on what that means for a second term, especially President Trump obviously has re elected. Is a big question. Mark does that D complain? Only intensify. And yes, you're right. His wide ranging press conference he would seem to signal that. Yes, yes, it would send a house it register with voters. Voters are not so concerned it. I don't think about China. One way the other. This won't make sure they have a job that they can afford the grocery bill. They can afford the rent bill. Do the voters really connect being tough on China with they're getting jobs. It hasn't worked so far. So well, has it. Yeah, it's that the interesting point. I think that in some ways, China is a easy scapegoat for both political parties in Washington on DH. In some ways, I think it's also registering with voters a Pew research and did a poll the summer that showed that almost 70% of Americans have a negative view on China. Right now, that is the most it is that the highest it's ever been a again since China gained deputy o session. In 2000 won. So In some ways, the voter sentiment has changed around China. I think it makes it difficult for either political party to look like they're cozy up with China as the results, But I think you're right, though. If this is not necessarily kitchen table issue, Although your China has been come the easy scapegoat, at least from from a policy maker, a Zeiss, eh? It's always a real treat to have you with us. Libby that's living Cantrell, She's Pimco, head of public policy. Coming up here

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Fresh update on "cantrell" discussed on KNX Midday News with Brian Ping

KNX Midday News with Brian Ping

00:31 min | 2 hrs ago

Fresh update on "cantrell" discussed on KNX Midday News with Brian Ping

"CBS News on the hour your home for original reporting mine, Peter King in Orlando in about 80 miles north of here. Trump supporters were in Ocala hearing music as they await the arrival of Air Force one. They may just get a brief glimpse of the president who plans a rally at the villages GOP stronghold near there. He'll also campaign in Pensacola. Tonight. Another heavily Republican area. Joe Biden, his campaigning right now and willing to Delaware. Kamala Harris is in Atlanta and vice President Mike Pants has been speaking in battleground Ohio four years ago, a movement was born. And Republicans have just claimed a pre election win there. The fight over Ohio's controversial limit on Bella drop boxes has ended and for a coalition of voting rights groups decided to drop their lawsuit. The move is a win for the state's Republican secretary of state who issued the directive. And the Trump campaign, which fought to keep the restriction in place in the critical battleground state. It's estimated more than 51 million Americans have already voted more than a million and a half ballots have been cast already in Ohio. Jim Krystle, a CBS The Senate has been debating Judge Amy Cockney Barrett Supreme Court nomination, with Democrats angry about the process. Republicans singing her praises Majority Leader Mitch McConnell, this outstanding nominee. Is exceptionally suited. To this job. Period. Barrett is expected to be confirmed on Monday. For the third time in recent weeks, the Middle East nation is made peace with Israel after a Trump administration brokered deal. This time, it's Sudan ultimately They'll all be one unified family. It'll be an amazing thing probably has never happened in the Middle East is the Middle East is known for conflict and fighting. Colorado wildfire still growing, and it's forced many evacuations. KCNC TVs Rick Salinger, or difficult fire conditions are taking place in advance of a cold front and predicted snow. High winds are fanning the blaze. Which in just a short matter of time has jumped to become Colorado's second largest fire on record. France has just announced its one millionth covert 19 case, while the U. S City with a strong French connection, says cover up, do the right thing. As relates to put that mask on. And new orleansmayor LaToya Cantrell says that people don't cover their mouths and noses in public. Cops will start issuing $500 citations already on the books. It's just a matter of taking that step to enforce. Cantrell has a plan, though. For people who can't afford the mask Fine. You can surely work it off. Doing literally abatement after being a covert hot spot over the summer in New Orleans now has some of the lowest rates anywhere. Dave Cohen for CBS News, New Orleans, The Dow is down 70. This is CBS News. You.

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The Last US Civil War Pension

Everything Everywhere Daily

04:50 min | 2 months ago

The Last US Civil War Pension

"Triplet was born in Nineteen thirty in Wilkes County North Carolina Sixty five years after the end of the civil war. How she ended up receiving civil war pension is one of those stories that you wouldn't believe if it wasn't true. But when you do the math, it actually does workout. Her father was most triplet was a veteran of the civil war. He had the distinction of having fought for both the confederacy and the Union. He was a member of the fifty third North Carolina infantry who fought in the battle of Gettysburg. On the way to Gettysburg most fell ill and was hospitalized the illness probably saved his life because most of his unit was either killed or wounded during the battle. After he recovered, he deserted the confederates and joined up with the third north, Carolina mounted infantry which fought for the union. The unit was known as Kirks raiders after commander Colonel, George Washington. Kirk. After the war Mos- returned to North Carolina got married and started a family his wife Mary passed away in one, thousand, nine, hundred, ninety. As with many older civil war veterans, they would often take younger second wives especially during the Great Depression as their pension was considered a source of stable income. In one, thousand, nine, hundred, eighty, four at the age of seventy eight MOS married his second wife Alita who was twenty nine years old Mohsen Alita had five children. One of them Irene was born in one, thousand, nine, thirty when Mos- was eighty-three. Irene was just eight years old when her father died at the age of ninety two after returning home from a civil war veterans reunion. Irene had a cognitive disability which made her eligible to continue to receive her father civil war pension after his death as a quote, helpless child of a veteran. She received her father's pension of seventy three dollars and thirteen cents every month from her father's death in one thousand, nine, thirty, eight to her death in. Twenty twenty. The amount was never for inflation. The entire time it's estimated she received approximately seventeen thousand dollars over the course of her life. In addition to having received the last civil war pension, she was also the last child of a civil war veteran. The second to last child of a civil war veteran also had an interesting story in two thousand. Eighteen Fred Upton passed away at the age of ninety seven. His father was William H Upton. Who is a civil war veteran and the former governor of the state of Wisconsin who was elected in eighteen ninety four. Because of the occurrence of young women marrying much older men with pensions, the passing of the last civil war widow wasn't that long ago either in two thousand and eight motty Hopkins died at the age of ninety three in thousand, nineteen, thirty, four at the age of nineteen she married eighty six year old William Cantrell who served as a sixteen year old soldier in the confederate army. Blast Union widow was Gertrude Janeway who passed away in two thousand three. The last surviving documented veteran of the civil war was Albert Wilson who died at the age of one, hundred, six in one thousand, nine, hundred, eighty, six he was a fourteen year old drummer boy in the first Minnesota. Heavy. Artillery Regiment. In one, thousand, nine, hundred, eighty, six there was an episode of the TV Game Show I've got a secret with a ninety five year old man named Samuel Seymour. The panelists had to guess what the guest secret was. Samuel Seymour. Was the last surviving witness to Abraham Lincoln's assassination. He was a five year old boy was taken affords theater and said in the balcony across the theater from the present it. there. Is a clip of the appearance on Youtube and I highly recommend viewing it if you're interested in such things. The. Last surviving person who was born as a slave in the United States was Peter Mills who died in Nineteen seventy-two he was born into slavery in eighteen sixty one and live to be one hundred, ten, one person was both born into bondage and live to see the moon landing. The last surviving veteran of the Revolutionary War was John Gray who died in eighteen sixty, eight at the age of one, hundred four he's one of the only people who live to see both the revolution and the civil war oddly enough he was born on George Washington's estate Mount Vernon and his father died in the revolutionary. War. The, last surviving veteran of Napoleon's army was a Polish man Vincent Markowitz who died at one hundred and eight in nineteen three and the last veteran of the war of eighteen twelve was Hiram Cronk who passed away in one thousand, nine, five at the age of one, hundred and five. In Two thousand eleven at the age of one hundred and ten American Frank. Buck was the last surviving veteran of World War One in the world to pass away. Demographers estimate that the last veteran of World War Two will pass away sometime around the year twenty, forty four. It will probably be someone who fought at a very young age and lives to be at least one, hundred and ten. It's amazing how the lives of some people can span such incredible lengths of time and how we can have lives that overlap them. We think of the civil war is being a long time ago. Yet we're only two or three generations removed from people who lived through all of these events.

Relief package talks stall

Balance of Power

02:50 min | 2 months ago

Relief package talks stall

"Week, we were told that a stimulus package of Congress was imminent any day any minute But now it doesn't appear that we're going to get anything even. Maybe this week, maybe even in September to take us through all this is Libby Cantrell. She's head of public policy at Kim Pimco. So, Libby what is going on? And because we thought we're going to have it for sure. I don't even think they're talking right now, are they Yeah, well, but afternoon, David, and they're not necessarily talking on and you know the agree that there was some optimism last week that And maybe some of this was just posturing and we would get a deal by this week. Obviously, that that does not look likely. At this point. However, the framework for a deal is there on DH. There is in more agreement, then disagreement on some of the big items. But the big sticking point, as you know, is the state and local funding, and Democrats are insisting on funding at a trillion dollars. Republicans, of course in their bill didn't put any money for state and local funding. That is sort of the big area where they're far apart. However, as we're going into the election, Mitch McConnell, the majority leader, has many folks in his conference are quite vulnerable and who are likely going to be agitating for some of that state and local funding. So I think the bottom line here is That even though there's quite a lot of brinksmanship and posturing, there will likely get something down just because the political downside risk is just honestly too great. I'm not doing anything. Livy is your best guess that President Trump's for executive orders over the weekend made things harder or easier get a deal done because it feels like sort of every sort of put their pencils back down and forgot about this since he did those executive orders. Yeah, it's a great plan. Do you think that and those were in some ways more more symbolic than substantive? I think he was trying to re balance the negotiations trying to increase leverage. For Republicans, and maybe he did that for a day or two. But I think the broader recognition is that those executive orders are limited in terms of what they can actually do for the economy. The unemployment insurance benefit in particular, looks like it's going to be very hard for states said to implement it only lasts for a few weeks anyway. So I think that there is a broader recognition that these you know Theo didn't do very much and you know, at the end of the day Congress has to act and you saw Majority leader McConnell come out last night and basically saying that negotiators needed to restart talks, So maybe the put a pause on those negotiations for a day or two. But I wouldn't be surprised if you know if congressional negotiators didn't start talking again in the in the next few days or so. We'll

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10 months after Hard Rock collapse, bodies inside finally removed

10 10 WINS 24 Hour News

00:33 sec | 2 months ago

10 months after Hard Rock collapse, bodies inside finally removed

"A grim recovery process. Almost 10 months after the hard rock hotel in New Orleans collapsed remains of three construction workers recover the body of 36 year old Queenie in Wimberley descending from a crane Saturday morning from the wreckage of the New Orleans Hard Rock Hotel. His family watching from below huddled together Mayor LeToya Cantrell and New Orleans Fire Department chief Tim McConnell. Standing close the removal of the debris careful and tedious and delayed by recent storms and problems with recovery robots. Remains of the last of the workers to die in the accident, 63 year old Jose Pon say areola still to be

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4 charged for attempting to tear down Andrew Jackson statue in Washington, DC

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:46 sec | 4 months ago

4 charged for attempting to tear down Andrew Jackson statue in Washington, DC

"Men have been charged for attempting to tear down the statue of Andrew Jackson in Lafayette Square. Acting U. S Attorney Michael Sherwin announced the charges of destruction of federal property by criminal complaint late Friday night. Three of the four men Lee, Michael Cantrell, calmer Matthew Judd and Ryan Lane are from the DMV area. The fourth. Graeme Lloyd is from Maine. The complaint states that on June 22nd the foremen damaged in attempted to tear down the statue. It also alleges they were caught on camera Attorney James Dawson said that while the FBI respects exercising First Amendment rights, they will not allow inciting violence and destruction of property.

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"cantrell" Discussed on Amanpour

Amanpour

13:46 min | 6 months ago

"cantrell" Discussed on Amanpour

"Some news that we adjust learning and that is apparently the British prime minister. Boris Johnson has left intensive care. And he's being moved back to a hospital ward where he received close monitoring during the early phase of his recovery. Now later in the program we look at how some countries like Israel and Hungary a seizing emergency powers during this pandemic. They say to better deal with it. But critics say is just an old fashioned assault on democracy. I'll be speaking to the Hungarian Foreign Minister. But First Corona virus has hit Louisiana hard and new data reveals that the viruses hitting african-americans hardest with the state's black community accounting for seventy percent of deaths. Even though they only make up thirty three percent of the population the mayor of New Orleans Latorre Cantrell says this disparity is reflected nationwide because of systemic problems like poverty traps and lack of resources. Meantime critics say New Orleans should've locked down earlier. The mayor tells Walter Isaacson. Why Mardi Gras went ahead madame? Mayor that joining us. Thank you for having me. We've seen over the past few days now. A decline in the amount of hospitalization Decline in the use of respirators. Have we reached the point? Where your stay at home? Measures seemed to be flattening. The core We have reached a point to where are stay at home efforts. In mandates they are working We have to maintain the mandates the stay at home orders. This is the time that we do not let up that we get more aggressive as it relates to the stay at home mandates we do not want to regress. We want to continue to make progress in so we're not claiming victory at all And we are just now starting to see the curve. So we're not in the situation where we're flattening we are approaching the Kerr and We're shifting in pivoting really into not only more care but stopping people from dying and that's the focus. We want to stop the deaths from happening. You know we're New Orleans not very good at social distancing and I'm here in the French quarter and I looked outside. Now see that you have police cars at breaking up anybody. Who's in a crowd walking around trying to go? How have you been trying to enforce this? Stay at home order. Well the biggest level of enforcement is one having the presence of the law enforcement but at the same time pushing for personal responsibility and we as we look at the mobility data from cell phone usage. We know that seventy three percent of our people in terms of moving around. They're not so they are are adhering to the mandate taking a very seriously and we are as well as a city because we cannot allow people to move about a break the law and do nothing about it so when we act swiftly it really sets the tone that not only do we mean business but this crises is it serious people are dying and people are sick when you have cell phone data you have the cameras traffic cameras around the city. How do you balance the concerns? People might have about privacy with the need to look at it as much information as possible to see who's moving around well one. We're not all we're looking for and we're not using our traffic cameras award took up to follow people. That's not what we do As a relates to the cell phone data it strictly around mobility how you can see and you don't even the individualize is just really the traffic and so we're not Cross the line with people's personal information or data points but we are using it to see if people are following the rules and they are staying put and that's a good thing with the recent decline in the need for hospitalization in New Orleans. And the reduction of the need for ventilators. Do you think that's going to change how we use the Convention Center in our emergency preparedness? Well first of all our people are still in the hospital. I don't want to give the sense. That folks are not hospitalized. They are and they are still at record numbers. But what we're seeing is that our people are one coming off those ventilators sooner rather than later. the surge capacity at the Convention Center our Medical Monitoring Facility opened on yesterday. We opened up with fewer than twenty patients there We are saying that based on how well our healthcare workers are doing the best job ever within those hospitals. It does make us feel that we will not have to surge up to the capacity of three thousand so right now. It's at one thousand. We believe that that will be sufficient but again the convention center is for region one and that's multiple parishes that make up region. What so we may find ourselves being a much greater service to our our our Regional PARISHES THAN JUST ORLEANS. Our family homes or in the same neighborhood right in the heart of New Orleans called Broadmoor during Katrina. You worked with my father and others in trying to make sure. We came back neighborhood by neighborhood. Reflect on that for a moment and how that's helping you organize neighborhood recovery's come out of this well why it is engaging the people who are on the ground meaning these neighborhood leaders you know they have a role to play so. I have been engaging them multiple ways whether that is having a consistent conference calls with them calling them to task with helping. What'S FEEDING CLEANING UP? Even their their communities their areas knowing their neighbors you know a disaster is not the time to to to to start learning. Who People are. You should know that and we have been trained to do this particularly in the Post Katrina Environment. So reminding people that you know. Your neighbors are your first responders. And you have to be organized. And and so Organized a government organized community in many ways like I did post Katrina have over thirteen active committees that engages. The business community the hospitality tourism made. It just goes on and on the death care community of course neighborhoods a public schools. I mean all of these different Mechanisms it helps want to give people accurate information which is essential and also keeps them not only informed but it empowers them to be a part of the solution and end to get out of the way you know. Don't don't hurt us was we. Were preparing for Mardi Gras. You worked very closely with some of the feds the FBI. Everybody else to make sure that the security was great during Mardi Gras did anybody from homeland security or the federal government. One you about the pandemic and say you should do something differently. Oh No not at all. Well there were no red flags are given to the city of New Orleans through our unified command and leading up to up to Mardi Gras We had increased our rating with the federal government sear to rating for Mardi Gras. Which we've never had before which means additional resources that will flow through the federal government as well as people on the ground so I- special agents on the ground in the community walking with the chief in our public safety team every parade so nobody ever recommended. You should cancel. Mardi Gra Ono. One recommended that we cancel Mardi Gras and In a even when I moved to cancel Saint Patrick's Day and and Super Sunday march a nine All Hell broke loose with that as well being ridiculed at the state level and all but it was the right thing to do and when I look at the forecast of data not only. Did we do the right thing? We saved countless lives. And we'll continue to do that. Would have you asked for from the federal government or the state government that you've not received. What are your priorities? Now well the priorities you know have been a definitely around the PPA getting the protective equipment. That are frontline workers. Our employees our first responders that they desperately need and consistently. That's been a continued struggle. But we're saying things come come in. Testing wasn't issue initially but we're testing more than any other city in the country and we're second to Iceland right now which is a real reflection in the numbers in the cases. But you have to. You have to have the data to know where you are and how you're doing so I'm happy about that as relates to the Stanley Stimulus package we Were very aggressive. On the front end of galvanizing our federal delegation as well as our state delegation for advocating for the needs of the city which led to assume infusion of of stimulus dollars even set aside for Orleans through Hud. Amer like so things are moving. We just need to make sure that the city is at the table as resources will flow from the federal government to the state because the city will not receive directly because of our population sought. WanNa make sure we're in line to get our fair share. You know we our economy again driven by half metality. We have over one hundred ten thousand workers that are attached to that and more of the the GIG economy and the resources that they need gap financing the you know their family. Steady is huge We believe that we're going to need to feed over two hundred thousand over the over the next couple of weeks daily and so these continue to be some needs but I'm hopeful based on the response of our federal delegation coming together working across those by partying being across lines to deliver seventy percent of corona virus cases in Louisiana among African Americans. Even though African Americans only thirty three percent of the population. Why is it affecting the black community more? Well I think what this pandemic has exposed particularly in the United States. And it's not that we don't know right but it has absolutely Exposed for job the fragility Within our community the black community the working Within working families the disparity gaps that existed that we knew were prevalent not only in New Orleans but the United States of America but it It brings it home in these instances. So it's a public health disparity issue and public health touch everything from housing to employment to physical health to wellness The economics it all matters end so black folks in regards to the disparity gap that exists in this country. Make up the majority that fall in that gap and so are most vulnerable. So when you're in a when you're faced with the crises like we're in it's your most vulnerable people within your population who suffer the most so we will continue to see this if we don't address These disparity needs that we've known about you know for decades for generations but No longer I believe that we can continue to avoid a meeting where they are when we know that their needs are there which steps are being taken for the poorest in the city of for the poorest this is our most vulnerable what. I say is My street homeless. You know and getting them off the street. We have been able to do some of that. I still have about one hundred and forty that still remain on the street that I need to find housing or accommodations for and we're working towards that every single day and then having to also deal with residents in their neighborhood to want to try to embrace this not my backyard a type of concept but in a crises that will not fly and And even outside with crises from my perspective but were managing it through Speaking directly with residents with their concerns and alleviating their concerns everyone matters in this city in our most vulnerable absolutely but a part of that.

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27 states under stay-at-home orders

KRLD News, Weather and Traffic

00:22 sec | 7 months ago

27 states under stay-at-home orders

"Of course there's no national stay at home order but twenty seven states have them that includes Louisiana which has become the epicenter for the corona virus outbreak in the south New Orleans mayor latoya Cantrell the stay at home mandates or something that we need the public to adhere to and all of the

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Georgia - Atlanta parks closing due to coronavirus

Money Matters with Wes Moss

00:24 sec | 7 months ago

Georgia - Atlanta parks closing due to coronavirus

"Here in Atlanta parks closing W. espys Jennifer Perry on the story city of Kennesaw is closing its busy swift Cantrell park as of today they had already closed down its skate park playground and dog park and park areas as well as trails and river access are now closed at the Chattahoochee River national recreation area other national parks like Kennesaw mountain remain open to the public but some facilities are

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Counties around the country announce more virus restrictions

10 10 WINS 24 Hour News

01:45 min | 7 months ago

Counties around the country announce more virus restrictions

"New Jersey second death was confirmed yesterday a woman in her fifties in Monmouth County there are no other details on that right now in Hoboken city officials I've ordered a curfew adding to the previously or chat that have gyms daycare centers in movie theaters among other things the whole goal to stop big public gatherings of inter volatile we are trying to take a proactive and preemptive measures to further the spread of this virus and that is that includes but is not limited to but shutting down farmers and limiting restaurants to take out and delivery service only starting tomorrow that curfew requires all Hoboken residents to stay home from ten PM to five AM except in an emergency in Teaneck the mayor is asking people to self quarantine moment Mohammed have editing tilted wins the more people we have in different places the worse off it can't so we're asking people to take it seriously and stay home you know stay home stay home with your family I understand that you could be a symptomatic I'm feeling fine but you could still be a carrier ended rather for the office of emergency management is closing a bunch of rec areas and played unsettle public bathrooms too they also banned unpermitted gatherings of ten or more people advising anybody holding private gatherings of more than twenty five to record names and phone numbers keep the for fourteen days there's also another sign of the times in New Orleans the party's over on Bourbon street the sound this morning as under orders from mayor latoya Cantrell big crowds are broken up city police department enforcing a ban on large gatherings shut down came a social media lit up with people criticizing party years for being selfish by ignoring the calls for socialites elation and precautions to slow the spread of

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"cantrell" Discussed on WWL

WWL

03:16 min | 9 months ago

"cantrell" Discussed on WWL

"Hard rock international is telling you well as male twenty Cantrell it doesn't understand why the hotel bearing its name still stands half collapse in downtown New Orleans in a letter to the mayor it says it is quote puzzled and frustrated at the length of time it is taking to recover the remains of the victims and finalize plans to demolish the building mayor Cantrell this afternoon ask where's hard rock international been the last four months with this tragedy and hearing from them four months after you know I mean that's is this shameful a spokesman for the mayor said fear of damage to their brand is what prompted the hard rock's letter a day after the arrest of New Orleans eleven year old child for a series of smash and grab car burglaries a judge demanded the young boy's parents come to court W. well Dave Cohen tells us the father admits he made mistakes raising a son but he insists he is wife have been good parents Donald Brian says his eleven year old son fell in with the criminal crowd of other children and adults taking advantage of him when he went to Bourbon street with drumsticks in a bucket the book is just outside of course what exactly what is going on minister and he said from collecting cash on the streets and then turned to criminal behavior and his son would sneak out at night after they put him to bed so do not to stop him what I'm up to it some years I came up wearing criticism by day now with Sonny is locked up accused of committing at least twenty two car burglaries and other crimes the New Orleans fire department says it is ready if firefighter stages sick out amid a labor battle and with the chief to McConnell said he's prepared to take measures if the union directed overtime voice got asked escalates he said options include mandatory overtime no one has been forced to do that and I want to state that we would not need to do that at all the firefighters continue to show up but Connell said he'll meet with union leaders after Mardi Gras to try and work things out union president Eric Mitchell says that's not an option that this has to be taken care of as soon as possible what we're asking for is not on reasonable and we have support all around so we would like the mayor and the superintendent to come to the table the union said this week that firefighters are no longer work excessive overtime after labor shortage had them putting it up to ninety six hour work weeks and prompted a cancellation of fire fighter vacations democratic presidential candidate Michael Bloomberg stumping for votes on the first day of early voting in North Carolina CBS news update former New York mayor Michael Bloomberg is touting his ability to oust president trump as he hits the democratic presidential campaign trail in North Carolina we all know that Donald Trump is a bowling but he's from New York and I'm from New York and I know how to deal with New York bullies Bloomberg who bypassed Iowa and New Hampshire helped kick off early voting in the state Bernie Sanders who's at the top of the democratic pack makes the same electability argument we all the strong this campaign to the P. trump it's the way you defeat tropas Y. having the largest voter turnout in the history of this country Delaware senator Chris Coons as a supporter of Joe Biden Bernie's whole argument is that help.

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"cantrell" Discussed on WWL

WWL

03:44 min | 9 months ago

"cantrell" Discussed on WWL

"New Orleans mayor latoya Cantrell's administration saying it hired former US attorney can police law firm to look into corruption in the department of safety in permits be for the hard rock hotel collapsed and the original intent of hiring the firm wasn't to look into the collapse but a public records request by our partners at W. W. LTV finds something different according to W. W. well TV investigative reporter David hammer the first official document detailing the firm's hiring was November first weeks after the hard rock hotel collapsed and the letter specifically mentions the hard rock on the letter that says we need to go outside of the normal procurement process to hire these guys it actually says hard racked hard rock hotel collapse investigation the city said there were informal talks about safety in permits with the law firm that it started before the October twelfth collapse Chris Miller WW well first news the New Orleans city council held their first regular meeting of the month and among the important issues on the agenda how the city will fund the skyrocketing hard rock collapse expenses councilmember Jogia Russo telling WWL TV's Sheba Turk the city has some money available this gonna have to look at some of the money that we have on hand you know we did fall some of the militants forward on some of the issues that we had so we're gonna have to look at our general fund we're gonna have to look at other places we have some surpluses that are built into the budget that with a big meeting about so in a billion dollar budget to really be able to find a couple million is is not that big a deal how can I start getting to ten twenty million dollars that then it becomes much bigger problem you got to start figuring out how you can allocate your resources the cost for the city to to secure the hard rock collapse site currently sits at eleven point six million dollars the day after the impeachment trial ends a special report from CBS news CBS news special report this is sort of a day of celebration because we went through hell president trump is speaking out the day after the Senate acquitted him of two articles of impeachment it was evil it was corrupted was dirty cops it was leakers and liars speaker Nancy Pelosi said Mr trouble where the impeach label forever and Senate democratic leader Chuck Schumer suggested the president is not exonerated from charges of abusing his office and obstructing Congress to cover up orchestrated by the president and executed by Senate Republicans means his acquittal vote has no value CBS news political analyst lettering Stein worn on what's ahead he is given up all pretense of bi partisanship and collegiality he's become a supporter an advocate for half the country an opponent and critic of the other half CBS news update on Pam Coulter federal officials today gave a presentation to New Orleans leaders on the so called digital divide and wealth disparities Gordon a bargain with the Federal Reserve Bank told The New Orleans city council is taking steps to make sure everyone has access to the internet is key local governments have a lot of rights and responsibilities and making sure that people are connected she says investment in fiber optic networks and public wifi are key along with affordability programs training technical assistance and workforce development says it all contributes to fighting poverty top ten percent of households by income now own fifty seven percent of all wealth Dave co in WW well first news people in New Orleans now have a new and easy way to get around the city today city leaders unveiled a little unveiled electrically assisted blue bikes the bikes have an electric motor to give the rider an added boost on long rides however the faster bikes do cost you right now you pay ten cents a.

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"cantrell" Discussed on The Rich Eisen Show

The Rich Eisen Show

04:08 min | 10 months ago

"cantrell" Discussed on The Rich Eisen Show

"Doing this four fans with fans when I announced that you're on the show. Yeah I got a tweet from a gentleman named Jeff Macchi okay He says. Can you ask Jerry Cantrell when Alison change is going to play. Sea of sorrow live again. It's been in over twenty five years since they played it live one of their best songs ever. He is correct and I can't answer that question it's going to be. We're kind of taking this year off soda. Probably be another year but it's for for the possibility of how do you choose what you play law or why you don't play something live for a long time. I mean it's just like a You know there's there's there's a there's a batch itunes that you kinda gotta play for the majority of the people that WanNa see a play. And then there's a batch itunes which you can kind of swap in and out We generally pick a few on each leg to kind of work in and that one hasn't been one of those kind of rotational kind of things but it all up put in a vote for you. I'm molly one vote. I know I know democracy. Yeah but I I. I'm just curious. How are you aware of songs that you haven't played an alive absolutely absolutely? I decided I just had a couple of solar shows On December sixth and seventh at The Pico Union project a little church. That was really cool. And and and not only did I My settlers what I Not only did I play songs that I haven't played in like nineteen years off my two solo records. I also took a lot of Old Ala stuff that we never play either played some of that too so it's kind of fun kind of rolling through that so when we get back together all have gone through some of that stuff tough to bring back to the band like hey. Why don't we play this one? Sure no okay And we got a caller to PLO. Tom And Oregon. Let's let's take Tom's phone call around the law. Rich is the jury Tom and Jerry. Very Good Jerry Cantrell. How are Ya Jerry Cans Gerald junior pal? And I'm well. Yeah Yeah. I don't know if you remember me. We work together on the Tripod album over at Over in Seattle that duty wax the self titled Record. That's right how you doing. Good man how are you good. You look good man. I'm looking at you on. TV Right now is my wig straight. Yeah okay good. How is Jerry to work with Tom? How are we talking about one of the most fun projects I've ever worked on in my life when I was six months of the best time I ever had house? How's Sam You keep in touch with him? No I haven't seen Sammy and had a longtime actually I'm in the I'm in the restaurant business now man okay about out of the music business about fifteen years ago unfortunate smart smart man smart desperately but you know hey what can you do. It's fun. Hey Man I talk to you again you know. Oh Yeah Damn here. So I mean we got the sea hag against the packers. Now I'm in did you call them the heads out from you buddy. I'll do you want better see donkeys. Come on you call Tom. Tom Appreciate the call. Thank you right there boy. You're getting disrespected by Chris. On Your House. Creepy John on your team seven funded by the way that is just for me personally again. I'm not a a musician a worldwide famous musician like you Jerry. Very but When I meet people and they say you don't remember me do you or do that? Just strikes fear in the heart it does. It does now now because if I say yeah so but you went with another person that you knew and to draw it out. I'll done don. Yeah no suits Just to be able to see that sort of draw out to him and then and then you remembered Sam. Yeah well I think. He's like a second assistant to Sam Sam. Dan was like the engineers. Yeah yeah impressive. Yeah and that was that was at the now defunct What was bad animals and became studio acts of which was also? Where are we recorded our last record rainier fog and that was pretty much the last big record before it closed last twenty five years ago to impressive? Yeah look at your memory. Yes Oh well I.

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"cantrell" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

01:34 min | 10 months ago

"cantrell" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Expectations and stereo types these disrespect was in two distinct ways just respect was shown towards the students with their names but secondly towards the students personally as individuals the question what type of person to student wise what type of life that they would have the question and what type of hearing which name their child this they took a step further the show's completely different names for the students even without the student's consent order families and so can you give a for instance of that sure intro sounds easy to me it sounds simple but she talked about teachers always having the roughest time saying his name and they would always ask him can we call you can't and he had a quote that I just love you can say transportation but you can't say Cantrell can talk also about the low expectations and again I want to be clear the criteria for the students in your study word that they were academically successful correct correct and that was purposeful sometimes when we are doing research on minority students if there is this historical tendency to just look at all these mitigating factors of why it's because of them only come through the state that I wanted to make sure that no one could come back and say well the reason it was this is because the student was just you.

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Tornado Warning Sirens Didn't Sound Before Deadly Twister

KNX Programming

00:25 sec | 10 months ago

Tornado Warning Sirens Didn't Sound Before Deadly Twister

"In northern Alabama it's been determined that tornado warning sirens fail to sound before last week's deadly twisters CBS news correspondent Jim chrysalis a man and woman were killed in their seven year old son was seriously hurt the local emergency management director says it probably would not have mattered even if the sirens had worked Johnny Cantrell says if the storm had been just a half mile north of where it hit several hundred people may have been killed

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New Orleans City Government Hit by Cyber Attack; Recovery Underway

WBZ Morning News

00:32 sec | 11 months ago

New Orleans City Government Hit by Cyber Attack; Recovery Underway

"Mountain New Orleans mayor latoya Cantrell says cyber attack recovery efforts are underway following the suspected hack of the city's computer network which prompted a shut down of government computers and all of this blamed on an employee is log in information being breached about four thousand computers and we talk about recovery mode it's about building like you're building a new house visual say backup systems in New Orleans have allowed nine one one to keep functioning for medical police and fire

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"cantrell" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

01:50 min | 1 year ago

"cantrell" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

"Not only his name but his name of course and then she chased it with Wade Jones Cantrell's out but she said it again well the she got one of his name's right Wade Joan miss in the same neighborhood right as Dwyane Wade about that time former Boston mayor Thomas Menino broke down the patriot depth chart it wide receiver before are a playoff game in twenty twelve remember that the last game we had there with Brady did everybody has that those wide receivers out there the most he was right for his wallet which are a call like I can't remember a lot I'm gonna be honest I can't remember everybody's three deep now I knew that Brady had Gronkowski N. Welker to throw to I don't recall him pitching the rock around the yard to grub now ski boats and rafts Rachael or was reckless Gronkowski and Welker sure Grabowski color was reckless about that time Ted Cruz was campaigning in Indiana any at a staffer measure the height of the basketball hoop in hickory court you know the amazing thing is that basketball ring here in Indiana it's the same height as it is in New York City and every other place in this country that basketball rang it's the same height.

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As Tropical Storm Nestor Forms, New Orleans to Use Explosives to Topple 2 Cranes

Guy Gordon

00:30 sec | 1 year ago

As Tropical Storm Nestor Forms, New Orleans to Use Explosives to Topple 2 Cranes

"Who is in Louisiana governor John bel Edwards has declared a state of emergency because of severe weather in the state this will delay the demolition of the partially collapsed hard rock hotel in New Orleans mayor latoya Cantrell says the decision by the governor was a good one this allows us to move forward with any avoiding any type of issues that may present themselves the city of New Orleans addressing the controlled demolition of the

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New Orleans mayor vows ‘relentless’ investigation in deadly Hard Rock Hotel collapse

Chuck and Kelly

00:43 sec | 1 year ago

New Orleans mayor vows ‘relentless’ investigation in deadly Hard Rock Hotel collapse

"Mayor of New Orleans promises a full examination into what caused a hotel under construction near the French Quarter the partially collapsed killing two people faxes colonel Scott Mayer latoya Cantrell says as far as she is aware the builder of the hard rock hotel was working within what the law requires absolutely permitted up to coal that sort of thing but she says city state and federal officials want to know why the structure collapsed we will be relentless in that it will be thorough and we will be open and transparent with the public as it relates to sure has been on the ground the hotel was scheduled to open next spring citado builders the contractor flew in engineers from Europe to assess what happened good all Scott

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Hard Rock Hotel partially collapses in New Orleans

WBBM Programming

00:36 sec | 1 year ago

Hard Rock Hotel partially collapses in New Orleans

"FM rescuers of resume searching in New Orleans for a construction worker trapped after a hard rock hotel that was under construction collapsed New Orleans mayor latoya Cantrell says once they find the missing person will focus on the cause of the collapse and shift into a full investigation mold and we will be relentless in those efforts moving forward two people died in the collapse and several were injured local TV station obtained of yours dramatic video

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Barry makes landfall in Louisiana and weakens to tropical storm

WBBM Programming

01:05 min | 1 year ago

Barry makes landfall in Louisiana and weakens to tropical storm

"Barry has gone from being a hurricane to a tropical storm but it still had quite an impact the coast guard's Paul Tomasello we were able to conduct search and rescue operations this morning in advance of landfall our ability to do so will deteriorate as the storm continues to come ashore I'm Jim crystal on US highway ninety and booty Louisiana the storm continues to dump very heavy rain across coastal areas of Louisiana Mississippi New Orleans is now starting to see torrential rain increasing the likelihood of flooding there here's that city's mayor latoya Cantrell high water vehicles and boats remain pre staged around the city should water rescues be needed I'm seventy nine thousand homes and businesses are without power one other effect of Barry rolling stones postpone Sunday night's concert in New Orleans until Monday night Mick Jagger tweeted New Orleans we're going to be caught in the crossfire hurricane but we're staying to play the show on Monday night so stay safe and see you

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Trump, Louisiana And Barry discussed on KQED Radio Show

KQED Radio Show

01:19 min | 1 year ago

Trump, Louisiana And Barry discussed on KQED Radio Show

"President trump has declared a state of emergency in Louisiana because a tropical storm is on its way which is forecast to bring gale force winds and heavy rain experts are warning the tropical storm Barry is likely to develop into a hurricane and could cause life threatening flooding along the already badly swollen Mississippi River forecasters fear a storm surge could also breach flood defences which were put in place around around your leans following hurricane Katrina fourteen years ago when eighty percent of the city was submerged the weather system is expected to reach land in the coming hours from New Orleans Sophie long as tropical storm Barry continues to creep towards the Louisiana coast it is growing in intensity the region's oil production has been cut in half as energy companies have evacuated off shore drilling facilities and coastal refinery the greatest fear head is rising water levels pots of New Orleans have already experienced flash flooding and the Mississippi that winds through IT center has been at flood levels for several months a storm surge is expected to move up from the Gulf of Mexico there is concern that could overwhelm the levee system protecting the city the man the toy Cantrell said she hadn't ordered any voluntary or mandatory

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New Orleans, Cantrell And National Weather Service discussed on News and Perspective with Tom Hutyler

News and Perspective with Tom Hutyler

00:22 sec | 1 year ago

New Orleans, Cantrell And National Weather Service discussed on News and Perspective with Tom Hutyler

"The mayor of New Orleans as the city's water pumps are working at optimal capacity as tropical storm berry moves toward the state's Gulf coast but speaking at a Thursday news conference orders mail a toy Cantrell added the flooding is a threat because slow moving heavy rains are expected from that storm the National Weather Service saying it could get ten to fifteen inches of rain tomorrow and Friday and Sunday

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"cantrell" Discussed on WWL

WWL

01:55 min | 1 year ago

"cantrell" Discussed on WWL

"The Cantrell administration on policies for removing homeless encampments, and what services are needed to keep them from popping up. Again. It was a stunning turnaround actor Josse small let had all the charges against him dropped by prosecutors in Chicago and see the. This is Steve Futterman gels. He was accused of fabricating a bias attack against himself. It was a Chicago legal melodrama. Prosecutors suddenly without any explanation announced they were dropping charges against jussie smollet, I've been truthful and consistent on every single level since day one. But then the fallout began this is a whitewash of just led by Chicago mayor Rahm Emanuel echoed by the city's police superintendent Eddie Johnson, I think Justice will serve. No, and the confusion continued when prosecutor Joseph mcgaugh spoke to not believe he's innocent. So you believe he's guilty. But under the deal jussie smollet did not have to admit a thing. Steve futterman. CBS news walkout women are returning to the workforce and not just women. But Alder women WWE wells, Jim hanso has that story. Those older women who may have left work twenty years ago to stay at home raising kids now are at home alone. Looking for something. To do in many cases, you would know business. Professor, Mark Rosa says if they could bring in an extra paycheck, you find more people are traveling and they want to do things like that that wasn't so calming several decades ago. So it takes a little a little money to rub together and Rosa adds many times those women will stay at work longer waiting to retire simply because they like the job they're in and statistics show that women tend to live longer than men so far on Wall Street. It's been a rough ride to get going today. The Dow is now down one hundred seventy eight NASDAQ is off ninety and oil is now down a dollar twelve at.

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"cantrell" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

14:00 min | 2 years ago

"cantrell" Discussed on KQED Radio

"This is one A. I'm Joshua Johnson. We are discussing black lung disease with NPR investigative correspondent Howard berkes before we bring in our next guest. Howard. Let's continue with you a bit more, particularly in light of some of the comments that we've been getting from folks BAAs tweeted, I worked for a member of congress from West Virginia Representative, Bob wise. It was nineteen eighty nine nineteen ninety black. Lung was a big deal back. Then everyone knew it was really bad and was killing miners and would keep killing minors. What the hell happened? Good question. Howard. What did why why we're more miners getting sick? Well, there was an upsurge an uptick in upsurge in basic black lung starting in the nineteen ninety s got worse throughout the two thousands. We're talking about here. Also is the advanced stage of black lung, which has also had a very serious uptick. And that's with this epidemic is all about. And so what happened is that coal mines were cutting more rock with coal and that rock contains courts in that courts, when it's mind when it's cut up create silica dust, or at least a dust that contain silica particles, and it's the silica that is twenty times more toxic than coal dust alone. And that is causing this advanced disease, and that was happening because the big call seems in Appalachia basically were out sm- thinner seams were left those thinner seams were embedded in in in rock in Appalachia. That's mostly sandstone containing. Courts. So there was a lot more cutting of rock with coal during this time period. And that's what that's what scientists believe is behind this epidemic that we're seeing now that came up quite a bit among some of the miners spoke to here's a mash up four of them. Bill Cantrell, James Muncie, herald, Dotson, and Randall Owens, here's what they said back in eighties. And early nineties none of this mouth. But as it went on. Matter where you weren't you at rock from last twenty years. Okay. Moron. Cocoa all the same. We're gone. Harding, solid co left and there were more rock in the coal co probably eight inches thick rock. Six foot. The more Iraq you had to cut the district. What it's like being in a room full of smoke. Like, you're sitting in the cloud walkman to evolve Bank. You're inhaling inhalant into your lungs as well. Fiberglass it cuts, you choke. You. I suspected up constantly new. We just can't keep the dust down get enough work. Those were Bill Cantrell, James Muncie, herald Dotson, and Randall Owens now Howard you analyzed figure federal regulatory data that were collected over the last few decades from dust collection monitors did they show an increased exposure to the more dangerous type of dust that silica dust. What what that data shows is that there were twenty one thousand instances of excessive exposure to silica in the thirty year time period that the data was collected. Now that is a small percentage fifteen percent of the total number of samples that had silica. But that fifteen percent represents those twenty one thousand exposures, and because silica is so toxic. And because it lodges in lungs in. It's. It can't be expelled, and because disease then begins to form, those are very significant exposures. So that data which the agency had, you know, it's the agency's data that data shows that there were what appeared to be a significant amount of exposures that might help. Explain what we're seeing right now in terms of the occurrence of disease. So I wanna make sure I went back into two points. The wanna make sure we didn't gloss over first of all the silica dust, you mentioned that lodges in the lungs and can't be expelled is that why it's more dangerous because you can't once it's in your lungs. You can't cough it right back up, right? Coal dust alone. If you inhale particles have called destiny, you have enough time between shifts where you're not exposed your lungs can expel those particles, but silica is sharp. It's some people describe it as like inhaling glass, and so that lodges in the lungs, and it cannot be expelled and the other thing I want to get it is just kind of the basic storyline of this. It sounds like what you're saying. Is that as we began to run out of what these miners are saying is that as we began to run out of coal in easily accessible places a relatively easily accessible places they had to dig deeper the deeper different kinds of wells had more silica dust or deposits had more silica Dustin. And so it was it. That's kind of what led to them getting sicker. As they had to dig in different places to get coal. It's it's not that the deeper places or more difficult places to reach their actually quite easy to reach. It's it's that the coal seams are not massive anymore. They're not. Eleven feet or six feet of coal. They're much thinner as little as eight some minor. Minor told us they had an eighteen inch coal seam surrounded by six feet of rock and other minor told us that they were cutting eleven feet of rock with a little bit of coal in that. And what it is that is that the coal is still valuable. You can still sell it for power production or or steel production, which is really valuable coal for steel production. And so and the technology improved to the point that you could get through that rock as you're cutting the coal more quickly than you used to be able to do, and you could separate it from the coal before you you sold it. And so with improved technology, you could go into those seems that had a lot of rock in. And so that's what was happening before we bring in guest. Let me get to some of your comments Keith wrote on our Facebook page. I lived in West Virginia for years mining is a way of life generations. Look forward to working in the minds. It's awful how the miners have been treated by our government and mining companies Kathleen simply wrote breaking my heart and fill from Michigan emailed. I can't believe we're even talking about this mind condition in two thousand eighteen my goodness. The most advanced country on earth, and we're not mandating better technology to protect our coal miners. Allowing coal companies to monitor themselves is like letting the FOX guarding the hen house. Let's talk about how that monitoring worked with our next guest. Joining us from West Virginia. Davick, Makati was the assistant secretary at the mine safety and health administration from nineteen Ninety-three until two thousand davick. Welcome to one A. Thank you. To be with you. Now. First of all just be clear. What exactly is the mind safety health administration? Phil was concerned about coal companies monitoring themselves, but this is a federal agency that monitored coal companies, right? The federal government divides the workplace into two agencies one to cover OSHA that is a workplace generally in one specialized to cover mining because mining has historically been such a dangerous occupation that a special agency was set up in nineteen ten to begin to monitor the minds and then. Adapted the comprehensive law nineteen sixty nine. To try to control close to traffic control to safety. Generally. Let's talk about your time at the mind safety and health administration from the early nineties until two thousand we knew at that time that these toxic dusts were dangerous and deadly. Right. We sure did you we've been trying to we've been trying unsuccessfully to sadly to monitor and control coal dust, starting essentially in nineteen sixty nine nineteen seventy to lower the level of dust to two point zero milligrams per cubic meter that minors can be exposed to it anytime tragically that the law was not followed the intent of the law was not followed. And a system was set up that indeed allowed to mine. Operators to skirts this control and expose miners to a number of years now. The the rule in sixty nine did. In fact, bring down the level of dusted miners were exposed to. But it hadn't brought it down to the level. It needs to be and as was expressed by Howard burp Pissy silica increase in the levels of Barack being cut gave a secondary kind of problem with the courts in that in that the miners now exposed to both coal dust as well as rock headquarters test. So I'm the head of a mining company back back in your mind Safety Administration. Joshua Johnson energy, right? And I have a coal mine in West Virginia that I want to start mining and I come to you. I get all my papers in order. Give me a sense of some of the rules that you tell me I have to abide by with regards to how I treat my minors. The mine safety health is divided into very basic principles and. Cardinal principles have been around since the get go. You have to ventilate the mind that is to say you have to put fresh air in to take out the dangerous. Ignition sources and to put water into to damp down any choices that you see you have to provide the the Niners with rocks? We ways to control the roofs to the roof doesn't collapse on you. And in case of the health issues, you have to you have to control the dust levels. And you do that in a couple of different ways one is ventilating and the second is by adding a ground up, limestone, so rock Dustin keeps the coal dust tamp down, and it doesn't get into an explosive mixture so way, the limestone what is the limestone kind of bind to the dust in the air or something like that? Yeah. What does this? Do you grind the limestone? And and if you add limestone to the coal dust they bond and at sixty five point zero percent, then the coal dust becomes non explosive. But it also helps keep the coal dust down out of the air because the coal dust presents the risk when it's being cut. When you're being when you're cutting and and win in the air when you travel through it. So that's when the problem occurs, and you try to add water ventilation and in ruckus to try to control the coal dust. So David Makati your rules were being followed. Why did the rates of black lung disease? Go up. Well, I think a couple of things that have been mentioned before what is it? We we now are mining in areas where we're cutting more rock and rock is presents a higher risk. Secondly, we've increased the speed and power which we cut that is to save. Now, the machines are much more powerful, and they can cut up in a faster way, the coal is pulverized to a smaller level. So do you have the rock few has the coal being pulverized? And you have the movement is much faster. And you're moving the equipment is moving into the co at at much higher rate. We also cut. Exacerbated the problem by extending the hours of the working life for typically eight hour day came in the nineteen forties, and you work eight hours, and then you off. In order to expedite the production and coal we've extended those eight days to ten hour days and twelve day. So so as part of this that the mind companies were following the regulations, but maybe the regulations didn't keep up with the challenges of the times. So there were certainly some of that. And it was the regulations were not being followed on a regular basis by number of companies. Although some companies did indeed followed them the second is that the regulations didn't keep up with the times and the third is that in terms of the district relations. There were loopholes in the district relations that that you were so significant that the desk control was not meaningful that you didn't have to reach the two point zero milligrams. You average number of samples the samples could be way out of whack, and then you could take way above the two point zero level. And then you take one sample in a nonproductive time, and you every chose out. There were a number of ways to manipulate the sampling taking there were there was widespread cheating throughout the sixties and seventies and eighties. That. It also led to this resurgence of the of the productivity and see all these factors coming together. In in that, we think is reason why we've had this resurgence of black lung in this country. Over the years to try to control it our friends in Australia have basically eliminated black lung from their coal industry, albeit a smaller industry, but we haven't been able to do that. And it's tragic that kind of gets to what Mike here in DC wrote. Mike writes, newsflash these huge corporations care more about the bottom line than they do for the welfare of the employee's. We twenty years from now the regulations protecting clean water will have health effects on thousands.

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"cantrell" Discussed on Doug Loves Movies

Doug Loves Movies

03:26 min | 2 years ago

"cantrell" Discussed on Doug Loves Movies

"Rob cantrell. What was the question again? Movie. Calapan? Or day veto. Okay. Yeah. Or Matthew Broderick. Okay. Throw from the train. Very good. Desmond herald in Kumar. Okay. Back off everyone. Fortunately, those films have other words in the title. Don't hey, I'll tell you where to go. Complex white. My white asshole. What do you think they go to white castle? Don't. So what's the full title, Harold and Kumar go to white castle? Really felt like a trick question. No more no more helping you guys in the audience. Someone get up here. We're back to Griffin at the top of the lineup deck the halls. Yeah. Lowest the lowest hanging. There is a fear fruits that are hanging right now. Scott, Harold and Kumar go to Guantanamo Bay. Hey, you might want to change it up entirely escape from Guantanamo Bay. Yes. Yes. Go to the white Catholic. Fuck Guantanamo Bay was mine. Oh, she's talking gives these two assholes help. Yes. I remind them that they both title in until they got a correct. I remind them that somebody already said getting short answer to my question had any Lipsey on it. I wasn't done answering. Get Shorty to shit. That was what what what I said. I didn't help you just hurt you because that's not what it's called. There is a sequel to Get Shorty. I didn't say there was I just said it wasn't called guests already too. If it was. Get shorter. Get taller. I can't. Kylo? Yes. So you want to change it up go for something else? Yeah. I'm what do you think? King struggling there. I know. This stuff. Let's see here fans. Van shall we play a game?.

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"cantrell" Discussed on The Rich Eisen Show

The Rich Eisen Show

02:21 min | 2 years ago

"cantrell" Discussed on The Rich Eisen Show

"Early, the reverse jinx, killing. Fifty nine and I've got five more players to come. Avenue Mon. Okay. Jerry, you know what? It takes one to know one because I've got, I've gotten a few a few from YouTube as well, because I know you're going to do it to me. I am man. It takes one to know one you are too. That's why can throw a match. 'cause you throw him right back. All the time, and I love the love the reverse jinx wine. Absolutely. Techs. You don't want to hear. All the time, but I'm pleased to be back guilty as charged guilty as charged. All right. So if aroma in Tacoma, Tacoma, aroma of Tacoma. Yeah. Okay. Yeah, does not survive longer than me. You must sing let it go from frozen acoustic, right? The rich, talk about it. Let's talk about it. If tell you what you have to do it. That's that's. That's that's a, that's a Super Bowl. That's a Super Bowl, level waiter. I think bending the near, I think best record is a little bit down there. That's a performance man. You know, come on. Hey, as a performance man, I, that's I take that seriously man. That's it. Tell you what if we make it at the Super Bowl again? Okay. If we make it to the Super Bowl again, it could happen probably not. I'd probably could we had a deal now you're not. You're trying your. Trying to these on hold and I've gotta go. Now you're trying to make a deal. I will make deal with you. Let's let's figure it out by today. But I think a live performances as a Super Bowl level bet. I think less record is something else. Yeah, Alison change dot com. Check out rainier fog. Coming up front. Could see Jerry good to see you too. Jerry Cantrell of Alison change your back in sixty seconds with the head coach of Clemson football down twenty. When you walk down the toothbrush, I'll at the store. It doesn't take long to realize that there are lots of options that's because most brands focus on selling flashy gimmicks rather than better brushing, but not quip what makes quip so different. For starters, quip is an electric toothbrush..

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"cantrell" Discussed on WWL

WWL

04:49 min | 2 years ago

"cantrell" Discussed on WWL

"Five tommy tucker wwl talking about cameras la toya cantrell traffic cameras specifically both speed and red light mayor cantrell when she was a candidate said they gotta go it's a money grab then she realized how much they brought in or at least compared what it brought in some of the needs the city has in terms of budget and say hey let's study it and then the committee came out and said well phase them out keep them in school zones but she did they wanted to keep them in school zones all the time so that even if you sped say the speed limit is thirty five outside of school zone hours you would still get a ticket she's saying just keep them in school zones how do you feel about that have you ever gotten a ticket from cameron do you think it's a money grab or do you think it keeps people safer you're probably going to get mad at me here but i think it's probably both but i do know that it changed the way i drive in orleans parish because i know that i go over twenty miles an hour anywhere go because they don't want to get a ticket texts comes in very quickly i'll read it and then i'll get to the phone which i find kind of odd that this would become a partisan issue but i'll read the tax that says tommy the quicker you learn that it is always someone else's fault the sooner you realize how democrats think now it's the cameras fault for giving them a speeding ticket so does partisan politics have anything to do with traffic cameras at all shape hi you're on wwl good morning how are you good i'm saying that yeah probably you know bring some the city city some more money but doggone it here's afraid technology is our greatest detriment okay so yeah obviously they need more cops if they want to give people were tickets branson more money they need more top well lemme rely on lineages john in councilman jerusalem says that the police pd's looking at eight million dollar budget deficit so it's almost like a chicken and the egg thing do you leave the cameras to you can afford more cops and any get rid of the cameras now because the money never spend the money on what they're supposed to spend the money on you know be in that case hire more police officers they would probably just employed in another way like they always do so where's the money gonna come from well money's already they're you know they're getting taxes and everything now what they're spending the money on his the problem the money and the regulations on you know somebody overlooking how they're spending the money have you ever gotten a ticket from a camera or yeah i got a couple of them eating red lights what both i got a speeding ticket and over by the french quarter on that river road over there then you know got the i got the camp the red light tickets and lafayette were you speeding yes i was stating but i wasn't doing that much nobody around it wasn't a school zone was just on a on the river road they happen to have seven miles an hour over the speed but i'm just saying laser way to do it how much did it cost you no that was a long time ago i'm sure cost over one hundred you know right around the hundred or maybe a little over a hundred dollars i thank you you know i got one in gretna longtime ago and it was on west westbank expressway and i didn't know they had cameras there and i opened a take it up and i gripe to blue streak and i was angry and i thought it wasn't fair but then i try to be fair with myself and i try to be honest with myself and i said well you know yeah kinda worse speeding so i just shut up and paid the ticket so what do you think of this if you don't want to get a ticket for speeding don't speed and does it really make a difference if you're speeding through say i think wizner where they got cameras set up pretty often if you're speeding there does it really matter if it's a police officer the catches you that's running radar or a camera.

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"cantrell" Discussed on Doug Loves Movies

Doug Loves Movies

01:34 min | 2 years ago

"cantrell" Discussed on Doug Loves Movies

"Tell us what do you want the listeners to know about you as a you know a listener show a fan of the show but what are you what do you into or like what do you do for a living oh i work in it do desktop support for electronics manufacturer okay we'd never talked about that before and i it's obvious why it's really boring fucking yawn yeah now we go straight to movie trivia how do you think you're going to do today against these two guys i'm pretty confident i am too i very confident in you if anybody out there is placing bets branded is my choice right in on a technicality yeah we'll train rob or friends of mine and we have a lot of fun talking about movies and stuff but i just tell them the things they don't remember the names of it's not it's not a contest right that's not what you guys are about name retentions not strong yeah let's say hi to them individually starting with rob cantrell everybody sacramento his his record recording pure uncut joy is available now i love that right yeah it is either way you say pure uncut joy i tried to do an impression of it was a good one now you say it's everybody knows how accurate it was your uncut joy.

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"cantrell" Discussed on Doug Loves Movies

Doug Loves Movies

02:23 min | 2 years ago

"cantrell" Discussed on Doug Loves Movies

"What do you think then panther don't please don't yell out answers set it at the same time so i can't be too mad about it but please don't do it again takes that was nice exchange rates what did you say then black panther earlier what are you got there it just open you know fruit rail station you're going through veil going through veil okay come in number three is of course chronicle chronic yeah that yeah that you know wherever found footage movie about superhero powers and then number two caride yes that's good for two points for the dark and then number one of course because it's break in all kinds of records black panther three points for a band i'm ben gets to go first in this next round right and has three dark has two in it's always great to have rob cantrell here i'll give you believe in you know ray i haven't gone under yeah no toko under whatever you do you look so smart then the films of chadwick boesman shared week beause uh you can pass hours 42 okay people like that rob i feel like my bar is so low the not get applause if i just come up with a movie thank you for that that was pretty good nia gremlins i have no vorgan coup you right right right is it can be a tough one i just thought of a really cool movie and i was like grants would be pretty sweet watcher and that's fair i'm around with that answer james black panther he's going black panther that's the interesting choice.

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"cantrell" Discussed on WWL

WWL

01:40 min | 2 years ago

"cantrell" Discussed on WWL

"A brill thorough overview and audits of departments as well as those taxes you talked about the risk of this i don't sitting on the council you've probably heard this over and over and over again and just recently came up again with a surgeon waterboard we got this new software and it's not working uh and i ask myself the question because i you know we purchase a lot where i came from to um more often ennahda was successful and i think it was because we did significant beta testing is how it was gonna work operationally before we have a rolled it out and we didn't roll it out just for the sake of a press conference say oh and we got this new software in its going to solve society's problems no garbage in garbage out you know you got to make sure that what you're doing is making sense and and i hope that you bring that sense in that drive a net momentum in that is that we're not just going to be doing things for the sake of a a press conference that's right is not a shell now waste at tell my people it's not you're not in the entertainment industry that's right that's right in that was something that that was very important to me about the transition and even the out of it now got a lot of krizan where are you know how long are going to take and i'm bill together again uh so you know but at the same time you have to look at the bigger picture as well as understand that things that i had to have in place for transition and to ensure that a council office stayed running and addressing the needs to leap we'll be right back will continue to conversation would mayorelect latorre your cantrell talking about the transition and a lot of the opportunities presented we'll be right back this new alumina wwl.

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"cantrell" Discussed on WWL

WWL

02:37 min | 3 years ago

"cantrell" Discussed on WWL

"Here's part of the choi cantrell speech saturday night but we now that it's not over we have to do and we are did men we are coming we will always be about what each and every person in our seating me to raise their full potential in the city of new orleans and here's part of what a desert sharply said when her victory speech saturday night tonight we took a giant step toward our dream a dream of a better new orleans but there are miles to go and work to do before we get there we are in a fight but we got lots of fight left in us by we do the toy cantrell and disarray sharp a neighbor on with a new norman just prior to our show and remember new norm and is now part of wwl from ten to one every day he speaks truth to power he's former a sheriff of jefferson parish and has institutional knowledge and the guts to back it up so it interesting to hear him a previous elected official a talking to these are candidates who had had just one here is a text that says scoop there's no such thing as an unimportant election he i agree i mean but a put a lot of people thought this was was not important they they did they didn't take it seriously and i think only thirty one percent of the registered voters actually voted i mean honestly this kind of pathetic is it from new orleans cornelia you're on wbal thank you for cranking right karcher i i renew kurmuk on the voting i did not get you note because there with girls and found at okay and and we have to regret now again that we have now we her behind inaugural way that couldn't be any in showing a proof that you are predetermining we have them i do in my daddy learned with great wrote we have burdened chris brown when aga cut now if you've got we have we have become regret better i don't know where to begin conduct banking or for how how far is the how far is the how far as the precinct from where you live one of the creeping from ran rubik only if you're black away in three over her now no.

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"cantrell" Discussed on The Eddie Trunk Podcast

The Eddie Trunk Podcast

01:32 min | 3 years ago

"cantrell" Discussed on The Eddie Trunk Podcast

"We have in an interview with jerrycans shrill which i did a couple of weeks ago gerry called in predominantly to talk football he is doing a charity fantasy football channel on siriusxm for a great cause and also some auctions going on on ebay of some cool rock memorabilia offer a great caused jerry will tell us about that cause and we'll talk a little football the football season around the corner with the leader of alisyn change jerry cantrell is a phone conversation it was a conversation that made a lot of news because jerry did say that allison chains have an album coming very soon and i it sounds and you can listen to it for yourself and figure it out but it sounds very much like it's going to be one of these deals where they just dropped the album at a nowhere with no advance warning but see what you think jerry cantrell coming up shortly and the second interview of the show will be was solely earner of course of the ban god smack this one happened a few weeks earlier and solely talking about future plans with god smack and also a charitable thing that he was involved in as well so a great staff you'll enjoy both of these jerry cantarella vows in chains solely earner of god's smack two backtoback interviews for you on this week's edition of the eddie trunk podcast speaking of news of god to address this as well.

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"cantrell" Discussed on Doug Loves Movies

Doug Loves Movies

01:59 min | 3 years ago

"cantrell" Discussed on Doug Loves Movies

"I hope people brought vapor pens yeah get your tickets for the next one i mean if you know that you're not doing anything on monday july thirty i seems like seemed like you'd no off hand and i'd like to packed i like the space service church socket ticketmaster that's always gets a big round of applause when you like give ticket masters this should always works anybody wants to cross our erode put something of value all right so i did all plugs august gotta talk about what's in prize bag that i brought a a nice waterbottle thingy from the province town film first of all i i got lots of crocheted doughnuts so a brought a bunch of those for the winner today a cookie from the hotel and this what am i cds promotional tool here's some we forgot about that's mind a a little christmas eve peacemaker peacemaker pipe it just looks like you're just sucking on a peppermint thing or something around the holidays an old they gave me on the train tafi crunch manifesto blondy whatever that means i'm like i'm not point to me that looks like it was already in somebody all of that plus staff brought here by my guess i'm so excited about this please give a big warm welcome to do he horner rob cantrell and you're right.

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