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01:39 min | Last month

"carinae" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"All hospitals and nursing homes. If the governor signs the measures into law, every hospital would be responsible for establishing a committee to set its own standards. State Senator Gustavo Rivera, a sponsor of the bill, says the committee model is suitable for New York's diverse demographics, creating staffing committees at the institutional level mandating that they be created mandating that they reach a consensus to produce a plan. Mandated the implementation of that plan it actually I think it is a is a very elegant, unworkable solution to what we've been trying T to seek out. Hospitals would also be required to post their plans publicly. Undocumented immigrants in New Jersey are now eligible for driver's licenses. But some say the motor vehicle agency is asking for more documents than required WN Y sees Carinae reports Amanda Dominguez says when her husband applied for learner's permit at the Motor Vehicle Commission office, and Edison and employees rejected his enduring passport that had expired in 2019. Even though the agency says it will accept documents up to three years past expiration. Okay, calm down. I said, I gave you your birth certificate, too. Just in case. The Minga says the NBC also wouldn't accept her husband's individual taxpayer identification number, which the agency is supposed to use for applicants without a Social security number and asked to see his tax filings. She says her husband was eventually able to get his license because he came over prepared. And NBC spokesman says the agency dealt with isolated errors but called the rollout of success showers tonight and tomorrow maybe thunderstorms. Support for NPR comes from one plea committed to helping self employed workers and small businesses Get their P P P loans application determines.

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"carinae" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:20 min | 2 months ago

"carinae" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Engineering professor at Columbia University, says installing air source heat pumps could help they circulate warm air in and out of your home. But It isn't a quick fix. It will just start of it worth infrastructure we eventually want, he says. That has to happen while making electricity, renewable. Jersey Governor Phil Murphy is considering using federal money to create a relief fund for undocumented immigrants who lost income due to the pandemic. WN Y sees Carinae reports advocates say the administration has floated using about $40 million for direct cash payments to undocumented workers who don't qualify for federal aid or unemployment benefits. But divided among the nearly half a million undocumented immigrants who called the Garden state home. That's about enough to cover a phone bill, New Jersey Immigrant Alliance for Justice Campaign strategists got the assassin called The proposal insulting, fully reflect a lot of political will on the part of the governor's office. Undocumented workers make up about 6.5% of the state's workforce in New York, where they're about 5% of the Labor Force. Lawmakers reached a deal earlier this month to create a $2.1 billion fund. New York City's first East scooters sharing program, a launch in the East Bronx this summer. The city is testing the program before allowing the standing scooters to operate in the rest of the city. W N. Y. C. Stephen Nessen reports. Three companies will drop up to 3000 scooters in the neighborhoods of East Chester, Coop City and Morris Park. The scooters are unlocked with an APP for safety users will only be allowed to travel 10 MPH during their 1st 30 minutes. Then they can go up to 15 MPH users will pay a dollar to unlock each scooter and about 39 cents a minute to ride. The city plans to build more bike lanes in the area where the scooters are located. Next year, the number of scooters in the Bronx made double but the rest of the city will have to wait until the Department of Transportation reviews how the pilot went. 52 mostly cloudy today 47 Now and cloudy on Michael Hill in the W N Y C newsroom. In the next radio lab party. Million infected people is a faith and nobody act as it is when your government seems indifferent to your pain and suffering. What's the right way to protest can process actually hurt? The movement that you're protesting for? The goal is to say.

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"carinae" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

13:16 min | 3 months ago

"carinae" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

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Are no phone door bill. Martin, John Dougie Douglas. Reginald Dowdy. Ricky Delton junior Edith Ecker. Irving Angleton. I'll see Lopez Escobar. Michel Field. Liana Cohen. How Stuart Cohen Ruth in Cohen, Bacon's Romi Cone. Leah, Quiet, Mohammed. Year voice Hector Molina. Frying Molina's senior Dorothy Ruth. Apology Yes and Dr Alfred Yassky. Rebecca E. Sonia? Yes, man. Henry Grimes. Deborah, Grim flee. Rabbi, libel groaner. Harriet honey. Grossman. Dr Gary Klahr. Walter Scott. William Scott. Michael Scurry up. Wilbur Daughtry. Thomas Bees you, David. Chorus, Davis Charlotte Davis. Rukhsar, Viv. Eva Conrad Hawkins. Connie Jones Hawkins. William Hayes having happened, Wesa William A. Horna. David Horowitz. His Royal Horowitz. Well. There you have it. Thank you for staying with that. Those of you who have for as long However long as you have this morning, Brian there on W, N Y. C and, well, we have just been listening to readings, mostly by you, Brian there show listeners. Of 1780 names of people from New York City. Who have died from Cove in 19. It's our small memorial as we mark the occasion over these last few days of one year since the pandemic came to town and transformed our lives, right plunge so many people into grief. And, of course, up, end up ended the lifestyles of almost everyone, and it was only 1780 names when close to 30,000 people from the city. Have died on. I'll tell you why in a minute, but I thought is A sign of respect the gesture of respect to everyone else in our area who's been lost to covert. I would give you the exact count for The New York Times covert tracker as off Eight o'clock this morning, which is the last time they updated it. In New York state. 48,000 537 people. In the state of New Jersey 23,000. 925 people. And in the state of Connecticut 7788 people have died of co vid. And roughly this last year. And the reason we just read those names. Was that there is no official list of the local people who have died. So our colleagues at the nonprofit news organization the city Crowdsource names as part of a project called Missing them. And that was the list they were able to develop in confirm and who were the voices While many of them were you as some of you will recognize, as you listened and remember that here in the brain there show while back, we invited you to be the ones reading those names 445 of you signed up. And red four names each. Those voices were largely your fellow Brian. They'll show listeners and just to give credit more fully missing them is an open data journalism project that's ongoing to document New Yorkers who have died due to covert 19. Done by the city that news organization. And its partners from the Columbia University Journalism School, Boston College, the Craig Newmark School of Journalism at CUNY and volunteers and you can see more of their remarkable website. Just Google, missing them missing them and it will come up. You can also still submit names. You can search for individual names on the list, and they also sorted it by job description. As one way you can look at it. Healthcare workers, Transit workers, educators And others Google missing them and you'll see the link to the project. Wonderful and admirable work by the news organization, the city and I'm glad we were able to contribute some audio. To that project, So let's process what we just heard. And in a minute, we'll open up the phones in a couple of ways for you to participate. And to help us do this back with us for the third time during the pandemic endemic is Reverend Dr Jacqueline Lewis, senior minister at Middle Collegiate Church on Second Avenue between six and seven streets in the East Village. Ever. Dr. Lewis was here last year for two very special occasions, the virtual Easter observance that we had on the show on April 9th last spring, when people couldn't go to services in person and as the lead gassed On our virtual holiday party on December 17th on the show to give us a spiritually kick off before we all drank our virtual eggnog and played games and things like that. And I probably don't need to say this. But Reverend Dr Lewis isn't here as a Christian thing today per se she's interested in and can cross denominational lines to discuss human rituals around personal grief and community grief. So whether you are Jewish, Christian, Muslim, Buddhist, Hindu, completely secular or whatever you are. We are hope. We hope we are holding the space for all of us. So, Reverend Dr Lewis. We always appreciate when you come on and welcome back to WN my C Well, and I'm so grateful to join you. And I'm always glad to hear your show You such a beautiful Catching in my throat. Such a beautiful show all the time. And today with just pointed and wonderful, Thank you so much. Thank you. For that, and listeners. You can participate in several ways for this last half hour. So of the show. You can just react to the experience of listening to some of the names just now. We heard the catch in Bremen, Doctor Luis's voice. It was obviously from that. How much of it did you listen to folks? And what was that? Like for you 646435 70 to 86 46435 70 to 80 And maybe some of you can answer this question. What grief or remembrance ritual from your family or religion or culture. Have you leaned on to get you through your personal loss this year or even some kind of greater social grief or community grief? That we're going to talk about with revving Dr Lewis for the enormity and disproportionality of the losses. You know, One thing that struck me was the incredible diversity of the names that we heard but also the concentration of names that were Spanish names. And R W N. Y. C and Gothamist, New Jersey reporter Cathcart Carinae just did a story. Many of you heard it around the fact that Latino men under 50 in New Jersey Have died of covert at twice the rate of similar age black men and seven times the rate of similar age white men and we certainly heard reflections of that. In the reading of the names that we just did so listeners what kinds of personal or community rituals or helpful to you, or any reaction to listening to the names. Mostly of people. You don't know 646435 70 to 86 46435 70 to 80. You're invited. And Reverend Dr Lewis to help us put what we just heard into some kind of context, like in the case of mass casualty events, which is really what we're talking about. There's the practice of naming individual names. They're well predates what we just heard. They read the names of the World Trade Center every year. They continue to do that on September, 11th. Vietnam War Memorial in D. C. I should have been there as I have for 58,000. Plus Americans is a long wall of all those individual names engraved. Can you reflect on the process and usefulness of naming strangers names in the face of mass casualty losses? Fine. It's so important. It's so important to Turned the numbers of casualties of the statistics of casualties into real people. Of in our consciousness and our hearts in our morning and our name is personal is our fingerprints. I think about the rituals of babies being born and indigenous cultures or in my own African cultures, and the baby is lifted up in names publicly, you know, and Jewish customs. Anything but to synagogue and having a breast and named in the Catholic Church. When Children are confirmed there named these naming is a personal acknowledgement of the particular itty. Have another My favorite definition Buying of love comes from an old professor Jim Loader, who said Love is the unconditional regard. With the unique particularity of the other, the unconditional regard for the unique particularly of the other, and nothing is more important than naming. How do I pronounce your name? You know. Not calling him. Jose Joe, you know, how do I? How do I call by in there? How do we name each other? It Z Proof text our existence. So I've been to that, Um, Vietnam War Memorial. I've been to the E. J I museum. Where the names of African Americans, some Jews that were lynched in the south are on these wooden posts. We named them we honor their existence..

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Proposed Settlement Aims To Protect Drinking Water In Newark, New Jersey

All Things Considered

00:50 sec | 5 months ago

Proposed Settlement Aims To Protect Drinking Water In Newark, New Jersey

"A lawyer who can speak on his behalf. Newark has reached a settlement with the environmental group that sued the city more than two years ago for its lead contaminated drinking water. The lawsuit helped catapult the water crisis in New Jersey's largest city into the national spotlight. Legitimizes Carinae reports, The proposed settlement guarantees and new work will finish its work to rid the city of old Underground lead service lines, pumping contaminated water into people's homes. Eric Olson is with the Natural Resources Defense Council, which suit New York in 2018, he says as part of the agreement, the city's ongoing efforts to address the problem through new treatment, chemicals, pipe replacement and distribution of temporary filters will be overseen by a federal judge for the next six months. That's all going to be cemented and insured. Under this agreement, the state has also agreed to provide more oversight of the city's water system. A judge

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"carinae" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:07 min | 7 months ago

"carinae" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Formal approval to emergency use of fighters Corona virus vaccine. It's the first government to do so. The Senate's top Democrat, Chuck Schumer, is blaming his Republican counterpart, Mitch McConnell, for Congress being unable to move quickly on another coronavirus relief package, the biggest impediment to getting in agreement. Is the Republican leader refusing to negotiate in a bipartisan way. McConnell rejects that, saying he wants to stick with a scaled down relief bill. A bipartisan group of lawmakers is endorsing a $908 billion aid package. House Speaker Nancy Pelosi held talks yesterday with Treasury Secretary Steve Mnuchin on the way forward. China says its lunar probe has successfully collected samples of rock from the surface of the moon. The unmanned spacecraft landed on the moon yesterday. NPR's Geoff Brumfield has more China's robotic probe on the surface of the moons in a relatively new region of the moon that's thought to have formed around a billion years ago. It's going to take some samples and then part of the probe is going to blast off back into space for turned to Earth with the samples. If all goes well, they should be in the hands of Chinese scientists by the middle of December. Scientists last obtained samples of lunar rocks in the 19 seventies from a Soviet space mission. This is NPR news. This is w N. Y. C in New York. Good morning. I'm David 1st 37 degrees in New York City skies, clearing today with a high of 47. Mass drive. Thru coronavirus testing site has returned to Northern New Jersey for the first time since July. WN Y sees Carinae reports as cars lined up at Bergen Community College in Paramus, It felt like a flashback to the spring when traffic backed up for miles and people waited hours to get tested. Then they waited as long as a week to get the results. This time. The testing site is being run by the county, not by FEMA and results are supposed to come back in 24 hours. Bergen County executive Jim Tanesco says the tests are being processed on campus, which will help ensure rapid turnaround rates. You could stick a lot.

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"carinae" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

04:41 min | 7 months ago

"carinae" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"I'm Jack Spear, not withstanding at numerous so far unsubstantiated complaints of voter fraud from the Trump administration. Top officials at the Department of Homeland Security's Cyber Security and Infrastructure Security Agency as well as other government, election officials said. There is no evidence the presidential race was compromised. Here's NPR's Alana Wise As President Trump continues to try to undermine the election's outcome. Cyber security officials say this election was quote the most secure in American history. There is quote no evidence that any voting system deleted or lost votes, changed votes or was in any way compromised, officials said in a statement. The president and his Republican allies have repeated false and unfounded conspiracies off widespread fraud in the voting process. The Associated Press and other outlets last week called the race for President elect Joe Biden. Trump is weighing legal challenges in several states to contest the elections results. Alana WISE NPR NEWS Washington As counties in Georgia began preparing for a hand tally of presidential election results, the state's top elections official is in quarantine after his wife tested positive for the coronavirus, Georgia Secretary of State Brad Graphs and burgers said he'll be getting tested. We'll continue to self quarantine, no matter what the results show, George is proceeding with a full hand tally of the votes, given their all margin by which Joe Biden leads there. Congressional Democrats are urging their Republican colleagues to accept the results of the presidential election and get to work on the next coronavirus relief measure. MPR's Windsor Johnson reports, the two sides remained deadlocked is covert 19 continues to rage across the country. Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer says congressional Republicans need to move on and turn their attention to the millions of Americans struggling during the pandemic. Thousands are dying. We don't have time. For these kinds of games. The American people are waiting for relief. But Republicans refused to take comprehensive action that meets the needs of the country. Democrats appeared to be backing away from their latest $2.2 trillion offer. They say a $3.4 trillion bill passed by the House should be the starting point for further talks. This week, Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell acknowledged in need for a new relief bill, but with a much smaller price tag. Windsor Johnston NPR NEWS Washington has number reported coronavirus cases keep rising. Some school systems say they're giving up in terms of in person classes. Includes Detroit, Indianapolis, Philadelphia in suburban Minneapolis. Some state governors also say they're imposing restrictions on bars and restaurants, getting more serious about requiring people to wear a face mask. Stocks gave ground today amid concerns about the virus. The Dow dropped 317 points. The NASDAQ fell 76 points. This is NPR. This is W When my seat in New York on Shawn Carlson mayor de Blasio says he will shut down the school system if the city's positive test rate goes above 3%, But with that threshold fast approaching, some parents are begging him to reconsider. W. My CI's Jessica Gould reports. The mayor who was criticized for waiting too long to close schools last spring, says he promised families a strict standard and he has to stick with it. The teachers union who helped shape the reopening plan says the same thing, But parents say in person learning has been a lifeline for them and their kids and keeping students in school should be the top priority. Thousands of parents have signed a petition calling on officials to abandon the 3% threshold and closed nonessential businesses First. Meanwhile, some students and teachers are packing everything up each day, just in case they won't be back for a while. Newark has issued the toughest covert 19 restrictions in New Jersey as cases in the state's largest city skyrocket. W My CI's Carinae has more networks positivity rate has reached 19% and mayor Roz Barocco says he's clamping down. Earlier this week, Baraka defended taking tougher steps and the rest of the state after he limited gatherings to 10 people and ordered a 9 p.m. curfew and parts of the city's Ironbound neighborhood. This is not other towns. We have to run faster than the state full steam ahead. But Baraka's measures could go too far, Governor Phil Murphy says. While towns can regulate non essential business hours, any restrictions on gatherings that differ from state guidelines. Will be invalidated and the state currently caps gatherings. A 25 people nor ex attorney says the city's order is legal, and they remain in lockstep with the state. It's W in.

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"carinae" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

03:48 min | 8 months ago

"carinae" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Will discount That's not what we want to see Election officials and form poll workers who can try to contact the voter to cast a new ballot in person today. But if the races end up being tight, naked ballots, which are being held for now could potentially prove important for NPR news. I'm Tyler cracked in Allentown Democrats are hoping to turn Georgia Blue for the first time since the 19 nineties. W. Abe's Lisa Ryan, reports former gubernatorial candidate Stacey Abrams in others. Are closely watching polling sites that could be targeted. Fair fight founder Stacey Abrams is resigned to the fact that right wing militia groups may organized to intimidate voters at various Georgia precincts, especially those in minority areas. Their fight is one of a number of groups that are very aware of these Threats. But what's more important that we have the support of elections officials to make sure that every vote could be cast and every vote can be counted. And Abrams says. That means Georgia voters need to stay vigilant and patient at the Poles. We have overwhelmed the system with our presence, using our voices and our vote. Abrams plans to make random stops at various precincts today to observe For NPR NEWS. I'm Lisa Reum in Atlanta. This election could determine whether the GOP remains in control of the U. S. Senate hears NPR Susan Davis Republicans have a 53 to 47 majority in the Senate. The party is expected to pick up a seat in Alabama. That means Democrats need to flip five seats to win the majority outright or four seats in control of the White House because in a 50 50 Senate Vice president breaks the tide. Democrats see Republican held seats in Arizona, Colorado and main as their top targets, followed by Republican held seats in Iowa, Montana and North Carolina. Senate seats in South Carolina. Kansas, Texas in Alaska are also in play. The House Democratic majority is not in doubt the party's expected to gain somewhere between five and 20 seats. Susan Davis NPR NEWS Washington This is NPR. And this is WNBC in New York. I'm Sean Carlson. If you completed a melon valid in New York City, you may want to track its status from the Board of Elections. Website W. Bridget Bergen says there is a lag between when the board receives a ballot and how it shows up online as received. She says. If you mailed your ballot, and it still has not been marked as received, you should decide whether you want to vote in person today if you have the ability And your health concerns don't prohibit you from doing that. Well, you still have that option in New York, even if you mailed your absentee ballot, And she says that there's a less reason to worry who dropped your ballot off in a voting site, and it doesn't show up has received online. Those ballots have effectively been delivered to New York City's board of elections. Holes in New York are open tonight until 9 P.m.. County election workers in New Jersey happened processing and counting mailed in ballots for 10 days. W My CI's Carinae visited Union County today, where they began to scan the ballots into machines on Friday. About 40 workers. There's National Guardsmen in here also helping. So there's three machines actually purchase an additional machine these we have to, and it runs 300 gallons a minute. So it's a pretty busy scene. You know you have workers according to balance your books, the talent, you have the balls the sixth year of all I'm that Only three people have access to where the ballots are stored in there until they're ready to be sorted and ready to be counted. New Jersey is expected that early results in all but the closest races shortly after the polls close at 8 P.m. tonight. The rest of this evening. It should remain partly cloudy. It'll be pretty chilly. Tonight We'll have lows in the low forties. You're listening to W when my C It's 206..

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"carinae" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

03:22 min | 8 months ago

"carinae" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"It's all things considered on W m I. A. I'm Sean Carlson, New Jersey voters are deciding whether to amend the state constitution to allow for the delay of the redrawing of legislative districts. It occurs after the census every 10 years. W crises Nancy Salomon reports New Jersey is one of only two states that hold a legislative election in odd numbered years. That means there's often a problem getting redistricting done in the years following the completion of the U. S census. Valid. Question three seeks to add two years to the process If the census data doesn't arrive by February of that year, Essex County Assemblyman John McKean wrote the bill that's up for vote. He says the delay is necessary because the census numbers coming from the Trump administration did not properly count people of color and immigrants. We're going to do this based on bad numbers, then that'll give you 10 years. Of what are bad numbers, as opposed to just two years of a continuation. Off the current map, and then eight years of a map that's crafted to reflect what the demographics are. The redrawing of legislative maps is meant to create district's that do not dilute the power of minority groups by splitting up their communities, But it's also used by incumbents to draw maps that ensure their reelection. By sticking voters from the opposing party in another district. McKeon says. There's another problem if district's air drawn too soon before an election. It disadvantages primary challengers that's like an incumbent's dream. It makes it very, very difficult for someone toe. Jumpin, raise money and be able to try toe take on a new person of a new district, A coalition of nonpartisan good Government groups oppose ballot measure. Three. Hanell Patel of the New Jersey Institute for Social Justice says the state's let Nicks and Asian populations have grown by 20% since the last census. Even though there's a lot of frustration with the Trump administration approach to the census, Patel says The existing map is based on the 2010 count, which also underrepresented people of color. We are now coming into this now. And while we might have to deal with communities that are under counted, Unfortunately, it is still more reflective of the population today than it was 10 years ago. But progressive activists and legislators do agree on one thing. New Jersey's redistricting process is broken, and it needs to be fixed. Nancy Solomon WN I see news. One of the more closely watch races in New Jersey is in the state's seventh congressional district. In 2018, voters flipped the district in the blue wave that help Democrats win back control of the house. Anti Trump sentiments still runs deep in NJ seven but a Republican with a familiar name, is hoping to take back the seat for the GOP. W nice. He's Carinae reports When Tom Kane junior launches campaign for Congress last year, he was introduced by one of New Jersey's most popular political figures. His father, former governor Tom Kane, senior I've known this girl his wife. Cane.

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"carinae" Discussed on X96

X96

06:49 min | 8 months ago

"carinae" Discussed on X96

"I'll have the name of that dish for you next time. Thanks s O. We had boner candidate number one, which is I'm sad that I have I know Kylie Jenner everybody said, but nobody voted for you. Really? Boner Candidate number two, This is boys football. You got that princess? The girl who was playing football at West Jordan High School, she was legitimately on the team. Now, whether you think that's a good idea or not. Does not justify the way she was treated by the boys and the coaches who called her princess and who made her change in the boys locker room at away games. And I found out the situation with that. How little I know about sports. It just shows As I said, isn't the girl's locker room just usually down the hall? Well, they have the visiting team used the girl's locker room. When I had her use like a faculty. They could've bathroom door, but that's that's But that makes sense, though. And then Boehner candidate number three I just want What is Alex Jones gotten right? Huh? Joe Joe Rogan, who has had him on his show yet again on Spotify. Ah, Zoey one a boner T shirt and the winner was boner Candidate number two. This is boys football. You got that, princess? Okay, Here we go. That's your wonder around one. It goes forward Might be boner of the day Round two coming up in 8 23 more candidates there we get a winner there. And then we'll take both of the winners and put them against each other. You'll decide Boner of the day at 9 20 with Boehner fights. All right. Mayor Aaron Mendenhall is on the phone. The whole Lake City mayor herself. Goodnight. Good morning, a mayor Mendenhall, What is the wellness bus? Well, miss Bus in mobile covert testing operation that previously did other kind of wellness checks through the University of Utah health, and when the pandemic came along the transition it Now they can go right into neighborhoods and it's free testing. But you do need to call in advance to get a scheduled testing time, actually, and I just noticed because I noticed on your Twitter. Feed that, it says Thursday. The wellness Buster's testing for covert from 9 A.m. to 1 P.m. at the Utah Pride Center on 13 80 South main, so Yeah. I don't mean to throw you a curve, but you know how to Reserve yourself a spot there. But who you call By the end of this call. I will have a phone number for you. So what would you like to discuss here in terms of what's going on in the city? Well, we can do you wanna talk a little bit more about Cove? It 10 10 new death yesterday. Unfortunately, Tied for the previous record of deaths in the state. All 1575 new cases. Carinae was almost half of those about 700 I was talking about Earlier. Dr Mayer about how Salt Lake see specifically bears the brunt of caring for those patients, not just from Salt Lake, but from all over the state and even neighboring states. We have to take patients. That's right that we have more than 80% of beds in state here in Salt Lake County. And black Friday when I had a press conference with doctors from the University of Utah. To express they were at capacity but end their exhaustion. That they take cases, and they take patients for a lot of reasons. The covert included from Idaho that a Wyoming and then farther neighboring states, so That needs here extreme and what's more extreme exhaustion of the doctors and nurses. Utah Hospital Association has estimated that Hospital staffing down 20 to 30% because of staff dealing with their own infections are having staying on to take care of family members who are sick. So you know, I see you beds, aren't you, Ben? If they don't have a nurse and a doctor to take care of you And I don't know how else to compel our public. Listen to these alarm bells that are going off about the realities of hospital care. Of case counts and the spread of this virus right now 60% from household members in Salt Lake County. 60% of the cases are family member spreading it to each other. This is causing not only economic troubles for the city as well on gestate in the county. It's putting a tremendous strain on As you indicated the hospital staff first frontline workers and is putting a tremendous strain. On families, isn't it? It sure is. And here in Salt Lake City, we saw the gas of the powerful activist community representative this week. Mother said she and every one of her immediate family members Had had pulled it have cove it and she unfortunately lost your battle on. She thought she was coming through and getting over it and she I lost her ability to breathe, so it's It's just It's heartbreaking. I know we're all exhausted. I know we're tired of living this way. Missing people in missing events missing Birthdays. But way have to get through this. There's the virus isn't respecting our exhaustion and we're more wrong. Horrible right now. Community members and residents than we've ever been there, Doctor the pandemic because about you know, as of last Friday, one in 50, Rutan has an active case. Well, one of us owe Mayor She just said, Do you have with the mayor? I do, and I've been corrected. Appointments are encouraged but not required. So if you want an English scheduling option, 8015870712 And if you want to call in Spanish eight a 1436 7118 right on. That's the Utah wellness, bust their free covert testing sites and just find out where it's going to be, and you could get a test. Thank you. Always nice to talk to you Help you and your family are well and remain so Thank you. We are.

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30,000 eviction cases filed in New Jersey since April

Fresh Air Weekend

00:49 sec | 8 months ago

30,000 eviction cases filed in New Jersey since April

"In New Jersey continue stacking up despite the state's ongoing moratorium on anyone getting locked out of their home. WN Y sees Carinae reports Another 6000 evictions were filed in court last month. Pushing the statewide total of landlord tenant cases since April past 30,000. While there's a ban on evictions through the end of the year, landlords are still allowed to start the process by going to court. And records show. About a third of September's filings are from Essex County alone, Governor Phil Murphy has set aside another $12 million in federal aid to help those who can't pay rent. But housing advocates say that to drop in the bucket compared to the several billion dollars that's needed. For now, a bill that would give renters more time to make their monthly payments when the moratorium lifts remain stalled in the Senate. A court order is

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02:59 min | 10 months ago

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"Dealt with Hurricane Laura and a number of other storms are rushing to buy bottled water and supplies ahead of the expected arrival of the latest storm. Now he's expected to make landfall somewhere around Louisiana Southern tip early tomorrow morning and then move inland. President Trump is stepping up his attacks against mail in voting out of November election. NPR's Windsor Johnson reports, Trump has claimed repeatedly without evidence that voting by mail will lead to election fraud. At a campaign rally in Nevada. Over the weekend, President Trump once again made a Siri's of unsubstantiated claims that Democrats are trying to steal the election. Speaking on MSNBC, Democratic House Speaker Nancy Pelosi fired back against those allegations. We don't agonize we organize and we tell people don't pay any attention to him because he either doesn't know what he's talking about her doesn't care that he doesn't know what he's talking about. States are grappling with the challenge of conducting elections safely during the Corona virus pandemic. Many have encouraged residents to vote by mail as infections continue to surge across the nation. Windsor Johnston. NPR NEWS Washington Federal judges struck down Pennsylvania Governor Tom Wolfe's pandemic restrictions that required people to stay at home, placed size limits on gatherings and ordered so called non life sustaining businesses to shut down. Judge calling those restrictions unconstitutional. Federal judge signing with plaintiff's including hair salons drive in movie theaters in a farmer's market that had challenged them on Wall Street. The Dow was up 327 points. This is NPR. Dad, This is double U. N Y C. Good afternoon on Sean Carlson. The empty is hoping the threat of a $50 fine for going without a mask will compel the 10% of writers who don't wear one to mask up. While wearing a mask on public transit is mandatory. A fine is something new officers can issue at their discretion. New York City Transit President Sarah Feinberg says there are free masks on buses at told loose and all officers will also be carrying them. So there is no excuse not to wear one. Our point is to make sure that we can get as close to 100% compliance as we as we possibly can. This is another tool in our toolbox to do so. NYPD Police Commissioner Dermot Shea says police officers could also be fined or punished for not wearing a mask. Officers have often been seen in public in uniform, not wearing masks. Protests continue to speak out against Mayor de Blasio is decision to relocate a group of homeless men from an upper West Side hotel to another in mid town about 900 homeless people would be moved across several locations to accommodate that change. WXYZ Carinae was outside Gracie Mansion last night where there was a standoff between police and some demonstrators. When they tried to deliver the mayor a message it was actually a notice of transfer, which is the letters that homeless residents receive when they're going to be moved elsewhere, so protesters had actually written out a letter to the mayor, saying they were going to transfer him from Gracie Mansion to a homeless shelter. They were stopped.

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01:49 min | 10 months ago

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"It was developed by an Alex, a tiny company founded by a couple of college students. Josh Cohen and Justin Kly are still in their twenties, and Cohen says they were in their office very late One night when they learned the study results when the statisticians called, you could hear their whole firm cheering in the background. So we knew before, they said, You know the numbers that you know something good had happened. But please says their relation was mixed with a sense of responsibility. While these results are great, it's not a cure. And so we and others in the whole community we need to keep pushing forward until we get cares. That's beginning to look more likely says called Ave. The association's vice president of research. What makes this time so exciting is there are Or we're 50 different clinical child that are enrolling in recruiting and patients Right now they're all going after different part. It's the new study appears in the New England Journal of Medicine. John Hamilton NPR news Newark has been New Jersey's largest city for more than 150 years. But Jersey City says that thanks to a surgeon development over the past decade, it is now the state's biggest. With just a few weeks left in the 2020 census. Both cities want to make sure they get an accurate count. Even as the federal government shortens the counting window WN Y sees Carinae reports open just in case there's a dog on a leash you Charles has been kicked off People's property. Videotaped by angry residents. Someone even threatened to call the police on her. It was rough. Erupt. Then we deal with the mosquito bite it. Charles is 47, in a sense is a numerator in Newark. That.

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04:01 min | 11 months ago

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"Their flu shots. They're worried seasonal flu and the corona virus could be a lethal mix. Over. 19 has a high risk population overlap that against the high risk populations for flu, they're almost identical. What happens when flu season meets the pandemic will try to get you some answers this hour. And New Jersey's highest court dealt a blow today. Two new Works Civilian Complaint Review Board WN Carinae checks in to explain the court's decision after news headlines. Live from NPR news. I'm Laxmi, saying the U. S. Supreme Court will hear arguments over the constitutionality of the landmark Affordable Care Act a week after the presidential election. If the program's ended 20 million Americans may lose their health insurance in the middle of a Corona virus pandemic. President Trump has pledged to replace a CEO, but it's unclear with what While replacing a C A is a central part of President Trump's campaign. Protecting Obamacare is at the heart of former Vice president Joe Biden. Last night, Biden formally accepted the Democratic Party's presidential nomination. His running mate, Senator Kamala Harris, will deliver her acceptance speech tonight. Here's NPR's Don Gani, eh? Commonly. Harris, the first African American and Asian American woman on a national ticket will continue the process of introducing yourself to American voters. Deputy campaign manager Kate Bedingfield says. Senator Harris will also address how she and Joe Biden will work to unify the country, and that couldn't be a stronger contrast with the divisive way that Donald Trump has tried to leave this country. Following Harris, former president Obama's speech is expected to describe his eight year working relationship with Joe Biden as his vice president. Also addressing the convention tonight will be 2016 nominee Hillary Clinton, House Speaker Nancy Pelosi and Senator Elizabeth Warren. Don Gani, a NPR NEWS House Democrats are out with the details of a measure that would reverse any changes in postal service policies ahead of the presidential election. NPR's Windsor Johnston reports. Postmaster General Lewis A Joy has come under intense scrutiny for implementing a series of cost cutting measures. Justus, the agency prepares for a surge in mail in ballots in November. Even though D Joy has temporarily suspended recent operational changes at the Postal Service, many Democrats and some Republicans are concerned that the agency is not equipped to handle a big influx of melon ballots ahead of the election. Bill proposed by House Democrats would reverse recent changes, including cutbacks and over time and block the agency from implementing any others that would alter postal service levels through January. I would also require same day processing for mail in ballots to joy, A major donor to the Trump campaign is accused of working with the administration to deliberately undermine U. S. P s. Resident. Trump has repeatedly claimed without evidence that mail in voting would lead to fraud. Windsor Johnston. NPR NEWS Washington Attorney General William Barr. Scrutiny of the FBI's actions in the early stages of the bureau's investigation to possible collusion between the Trump campaign in Russia has secured a guilty plea. Former FBI lawyer Kevin Kline. Smith today pleaded to the charge of altering a document related to the secret surveillance of a former trump campaign adviser. You're listening to NPR news. And this is WN my sea in New York. I'm Jamie Floyd. Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer is adding to the chorus of criticism of President Trump's response to the cove. It 19 pandemic. Humor, spoke at the virtual Democratic National Convention from just outside a location in Brooklyn last night, and he said voters should not accept the status quo. Millions are jobless. 170,000 Americans have died from Cove.

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02:51 min | 11 months ago

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"Despite being organized by Democratic candidate for Congress. Protesters say they don't want the post office to become a pawn in the 2020 presidential election. Marine McCullough says she came to the demonstration motivated by one emotion, outrage. It's just been one thing after another with Trump with the last 3.5 years and installing his crony to take over our post office and to Impede the boat. It was the last straw. The Post office says it cannot guarantee that all ballots cast for the November election can be delivered in time to be counted for NPR news. I'm Paul Garber. This is NPR news. And this is WNBC in New York. I'm showing Carlson more New Jersey schools are choosing and all virtual start to the school year. That's after Governor Phil Murphy gave District's the flexibility to delay in person classes. Ellen My Ci's Carinae reports Longbourn School Superintendent Michael Salvator plan to start the year with a mix of half day in person classes and remote learning. But since the governor loosened in person requirements, Salvator says, request from his staff and parents to stay home skyrocketed. It's like a basketball game that you need five people on the court, and if one person can't do it You're not gonna be able to play the game. This is the same way you're going to need your nurses, your security staff your bus drivers, and you especially need teachers and administrators. At this time, he's not sure whether you have enough staff to implement his hybrid plan or if the first day of school will have to be virtual. Even before New York City began dealing with the health and economic crisis, Nearly 3900 homeless people were living on the streets and in the subways. That's according to a federally mandated count from January. It's an overall increase of 7% compared to last year. But the number of people on subways was down by more than 20% at the time. Giselle Ruthie Air from the coalition for the Homeless, says this reflects the ineffectiveness of city initiatives aimed at reducing homelessness. They're basically moving people from one place to another, without providing the really resource is that folks need to come inside and stand side. She says The number of homeless people may have increased significantly since the survey was taken in January because of the pandemic. Pandemic has also highlighted existing inequities in New York's hospitals. Now advocates are pressing state officials to address the issue. Caroline Lewis is a reporter with Gotham is, she says the state holds a lot of power to shape what the health system looks like. The states respond has been to encourage larger hospital networks. Teo, you know, sort of swallow up these independent hospitals that are struggling financially because they don't want to be responsible for keeping them afloat. New York, cut 20,000 hospital beds in 20 years. Many of the closures impact is at low income communities, where hospitals tend to serve more patients who are uninsured or on Medicaid. Or today in our area.

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03:43 min | 11 months ago

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"Against the Democrat activists in the fake news because what they have got to start to realise is all of us. Regular people in America are completely done with them. Green moved her campaign from suburban Atlanta to northwest Georgia in December and spent nearly a $1,000,000 of her own money on the race. She's all but guaranteed the seat since the district voted 75% for Donald Trump in 2016 for NPR News. I'm Emma hurt in Atlanta Bio pharma company. Moderna is coming under some criticism this for the cost of a Corona virus vaccine that it is developing. NPR's Sidney Lumpkin says the company is doing so with the backing of the federal government. Moderna has reached a $1.5 billion agreement with the federal government to purchase 100 million doses of its vaccine candidate, which is still in clinical trials that works out to about $15 a dose. Consumer advocates are saying that's a bad deal for American taxpayers who've already foot the bill for a large chunk of modernist, R and D For months. Madonna has been developing the vaccine with the which is investing $410 million the company got a contract from Barda, part of the Department of Health and Human Services. Back in mid April worth 483 million for its apartment. Erna has stated publicly that it intends to make a profit, but we'll offer the vaccine below its value during the pandemic. CITY Lufkin NPR news You're listening to NPR news. And this is WNBC in New York. Good morning. I'm Sean Karlsson. P s E. G. Long Island says remaining customers Still without power from Tropical Storm Easter. Yes, should have service restored by this afternoon. Last week storm and knocked out power to more than 400,000 customers on Long Island. About 3800 households were still without service. As of yesterday down, I corn heads Long Island, he says. The restoration work has been more intensive than usual with lines continued to be damaged by falling tree limbs. Days after the storm was over. Regardless of how the dynamics of that storm occurred. System limitations. We know we have to get better, and we will look at that improve. And get better. Con Ed is also still working to restore power to thousands of customers in Queens and Westchester County. New Jersey Governor Phil Murphy enacted a statewide eviction moratorium in March prohibiting people from getting kicked out of their homes during the pandemic. But W Carinae reports that has not stopped landlords from filing eviction claims in court. The first step to evicting a renter is taking them to court. And last month, landlords filed 5700 eviction proceedings, bringing the total number of landlord tenant filings since April 2. 21,000 Well. That's roughly half the proceedings filed during the same period last year Housing out if I could say those numbers are likely just the beginning of a potential wave of evictions, if more isn't done to help renters Bill offering tenants more time to pay back old rent past the assembly but has yet to be voted on by the state Senate. Every year. The New York City Council speaker has a certain amount of money in the budget to Dole out to fellow council members to spend in their districts. But New York Daily News reporter Sean Shower gey and says the 17 council members who voted against Speaker Corey Johnson's budget received significantly less funds. It was on the order of about 7 to 1, so average you have the yes votes, getting seven times as much money as the no votes from the speaker. Many of the council members who voted against the budget did so because they felt it didn't cut enough funding from the NYPD. Johnson's office says the city is facing a $9 billion shortfall and the speaker even cut his own funding. We'll hear more on the story later this hour here on W. N..

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04:58 min | 11 months ago

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"Years recently, Buzzfeed reported. Some employees have said their experiences with senior staff behind the scenes are a different story. Our screen panel will discuss That's all coming up on cue. Lie from NPR news in Washington. I'm Windsor Johnston. President Trump is weighing in on former Vice President Joe Biden is decision to select California Senator Kamala Harris as his running mate. NPR's Franco Cardona's reports. The president is trying to paint her as being part of the radical left. President. Trump accused the California Democrat of being nasty and disrespectful to bide and during the presidential primaries, so I was a little surprised that he picked her. I've been watching her for a long time. He called her a liar and said she favors raising taxes and wants to cut military funding. She was extraordinarily nasty to Cavanaugh. Judge Cavanaugh. Then now Justice Cavanaugh and in a preview of the likely attacks to come. His campaign released an ad calling her a phony in portraying Biden as a puppet as they were together on behalf of the more liberal wing of the Democratic Party. Franco Ordo Nia's NPR News. Former President Barack Obama says Biden nailed the decision in choosing Kamala Harris to be his running mate. In a statement tonight, Obama said Harris has spent her career defending the constitution and fighting for people who need a fair shake. Biden and Harris are expected to deliver a speech tomorrow in Wilmington, Delaware. Airbnb says More than 50 listings in Atlanta, Georgia were recently suspended or removed over Corona virus concerns. Lily Oppenheimer of member Station W. Abe reports, the online booking service is cracking down on so called party houses. Officials say the affected listings had already violated. Airbnb is recent ban on party houses and hosts had also been warned not to violate local public health mandates. Then bright Airbnb. He's head of trust and safety communications, says the company based the crackdown on orders from Atlanta Mayor Keisha Lance bottoms who has mandated more stringent protections than state leaders. You know, At the end of the day we expect our community both hosting guests to be behaving responsibly. And you know, we're sort of airing on whatever is stricter, to be honest. Right says many of the violations came from neighbors reporting concerns through a hotline. Airbnb established in 2019 for NPR News. I'm Lily Oppenheimer in Atlanta, Russia announced today that it's approved a vaccine for the Corona virus. The country has become the first in the world to GreenLight a vaccine without conducting late stage clinical trials. Doctor and measured Alge, a an infectious disease expert at Johns Hopkins University, warns of the dangers of rolling out a vaccine to quickly how well it works. What safety profile is, What's the dozing regimen? We want this all to be out in the open so that we have some idea of what's being done in Russia. The Russian government has released no scientific data on its testing. At the close on Wall Street. The Dow was down 104 points. This is NPR. This is w N. Y. C in New York. I'm Lance. Lucky. A reported number of deaths of New York nursing home residents from Cove in 19 maybe largely undercounted. That's according to an investigation by The Associated Press. The Cuomo administration is refusing to release the numbers of nursing home residents who died after they were transported to hospitals. Which could add thousands more to the tally. AP reporter Bernard Condon says the state may not want to release the numbers because of criticism over a policy that required facilities to take back residents who were still recovering from Cove. It a lot of want to do this. They thought it was going to be back there, they're residents and their staff. The state has disputed that claim. Officials say. New York only counts residents who died on nursing home property to avoid double counting deaths. New Jersey Governor Phil Murphy enacted a statewide eviction moratorium in March prohibiting people from getting kicked out of their homes during the pandemic by WN Y. Sees Carinae reports that hasn't stopped landlords from filing eviction claims in court. The first step to evicting a renter is taking them to court. And last month, landlords filed 5700 eviction proceedings, bringing the total number of landlord tenant filings since April 2. 21,000 Well. That's roughly half the proceedings filed during the same period last year Housing out if I could say those numbers are likely just the beginning of a potential wave of evictions, if more isn't done to help renters Bill offering tenants more time to pay back old rent past the assembly but has yet to be voted on by.

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03:40 min | 1 year ago

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"Live from NPR news. I'm Jack Spear. President. Trump is reiterating his push for schools to reopen this fall. NPR's Windsor Johnson reports trumps insistence comes with an increase in the number of new corona virus infections and more than three dozen states across the country. Trump is vowing to put the pressure on state governors and educators to reopen schools and colleges by the fall. Speaking at the White House, the president said the decision should not be a political one. We don't want people to make political statements or do it for political reasons. They think it's going to be good for them politically, so they keep the schools close. No way. So we're very much going to put pressure on governors and everybody else to open the schools to get him open. Many states were struggling to decide whether and how to safely reopen schools amid a spike in the number of new Corona virus infections. Public health officials have warned about the potential risks of resuming in person instruction prematurely. Windsor Johnston. NPR NEWS Washington The emergencies chief of the World Health Organization says the global watchdog group is seeing Corona virus infections increased globally, noting as a result, there may also be another spike in deaths. Dr Michael Ryan, warning today, while Cove in 19 deaths appear to be stable at the moment that would change with a big increase in new cases right also dismissed the idea of the increased infection results due to heightened testing, saying it's clear the epidemic is accelerating. Number of coronavirus cases in the U. S totals nearly three million now with more than 131,000 deaths. Texas continues to break records for Corona virus cases as used in public media. Sasha Coroner reports the state just surpassed 10,000 new cases reported in a single day. The number of people hospitalized in Texas also set a record high at more than 9200. The state reported 60 new deaths as well. Another daily record tanks is now has more than 210,000 confirmed cases for passing the 200,000 mark Monday. He continued. Surgeon cases comes as hospitals around the state are approaching capacity. Still, even as governor, Greg Abbott has rollbacks of the state's re openings. Texas is continuing plans to start in person classes at public schools in the fall issue and guidance Tuesday, then includes requiring mass for NPR news. I'm Sasha Cordner in Houston after suffering major damage in March and April. The US job market took a step towards healing in May, though new numbers out from the Labor Department today So there is still a long way to go. Government says the number of available jobs was up sharply in May that remains below pre pandemic levels. Figures come from government numbers, known as the job openings and labor turnover survey or jolts. More recently, the government showed millions of jobs out in June of the unemployment rate remains in the double digits. On Wall Street today, the Dow Jones industrial average fell 396 points. The NASDAQ was down 89 points. The S and P 500 fell 34 points today. This is NPR. This is W. N. Y. C in New York. I'm Lance Lucky. The polls are closed in New Jersey primary, where most winners may not be known for days while mail in ballots are tallied. Meanwhile, thousands of New Jerseyans waited on long lines around the state today, as Motor vehicle commission agencies reopened for the first time since mid March. WNYC sees Carinae reports People started lining up outside the NBC center in Wayne Township at midnight, one officer said, and they were the lucky ones. Officers say 600 people waited in line outside the Passaic County facility. Some set on beach chairs or waited under umbrellas. 24 year old Briana Dixon from Bloomfield was there to get a new license. People.

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04:29 min | 1 year ago

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"New Jersey knows how important it is to get the project done. The whole region knows how broadened the project ISS So his economy. This bill puts $9 billion into that part. The bill provides money for clean energy investments to keep our clean money for resiliency projects to protect us from strongest form and more money for public transit. It could cause off the road. And here's 30 seconds of Hector Oseguera. Talking yesterday on Hot 97 a bro in the morning show. One of my big issues is affordable housing. When he was the mayor of West New York, he gave a 30 year tax breaks to the developers on the waterfront. Some people might call that corruption and say that he sold the waterfront to the developers, so that now the people who live up on the cliff of West New York, the four Hispanic people Are subsidizing or funding this very luxurious waterfront for very wealthy people. So, Nancy. Anything from those two clips that suggest any campaign themes or issues beyond what you talked about? I think to me What really strikes me is that you hear sort of the older generation versus the younger generation because there isn't a lot of meat. You know, Democrats want gateway. They want affordable housing. I'm not hearing issue differences so much as generational differences and I think you know that's one of the things going on. In the state, and it's not just in this race, but this race for sure is that you know, young Democrats and activists are taking aim at incumbents who really are They're by acclamation every two years, and they don't really have to come back to the voters and and kind of explain what they've been up to. And so is this. A guy use kept a very, very low profile. And, you know has not really you know, like is it? You know what is he doing to help the people of his district? I'm not saying he's not. Making a judgment about him. But I'm saying that's kind of the question is, is that These guys. They're they're taking aim at whether or not the incumbent is really their fighting for them. Let's take a phone call and my guests. WNBC, New Jersey editor Nancy Solomon and New Jersey reporter Carinae and Steve in Jersey City. That's the same district we've just been talking about. A former Hudson County commissioner, He says on something in the mail in ballot system, Steve, You're on W m. I say thank you for calling in Good morning. My point I was going to make is that All of the male ends are self certified by the voter by a signature. And ah Ballot. Khun be rejected if a commissioner on election commissioner So decide. Don't say. Oh, this signature does not match the signature on file. But there's really no training these air, not signature analysis experts and my concern is to many ballots get rejected by on a whim or on a you know, somebody guesses. The signature doesn't match, so it just seems like a little bit too arbitrary. And if we're going to move to greater reliance on mail in ballots, we should do a better job of the system. I'm somewhere other municipalities or other states used barcode systems or things like that to verify. Voter who is who they say they are. So that's just my point that my concern is that we need to do a better job with Bill Invalid. And criticisms of them are somewhat warranted because it's kind of an antiquated system. Have you, Steve? Since you're interested in potential voter fraud, looked at the situation in Patterson at all anything to say about that. No, I just heard you mention it this morning. I'm not. I'm not aware. Okay. All right. Well, thank you for pointing that out. Karen E any any reaction to the issue that Steve is raising about signature verification? Yeah, I That's a valid concern. I haven't heard that. I don't know Nancy. No. Nancy's been looking a little bit more both.

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02:14 min | 3 years ago

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"Gonna see things are ever seen before edit krino spectacular because when you look at the pictures it's very clearly a picture of star exploding at a korean exploded had a massive explosion in the previous in the eighteen hundreds which made the second brightest star in the sky it was not a supernova but it became very bright and it has had of series of explosions like that it's actually a binary system they've only been able to figure this out in the last two decades you can't see the other stop because it seems side this giant cloud of nebula that was thrown out by the eighteen hundreds explosion well they've done some additional research on it using a new star one of the space telescopes and space to look at high energy stuff and they suggest that the the interaction of the solar winds of the two size they impact each other and that produces cosmic rays and they think that some of those cosmic rays have actually eat reached aso's atmosphere cosmic rays remain a mystery where they come from there's been a series that come from supernova for decades but that's not been proven this suggests it might come from a very powerful supermassive lula ministro stars like eta corinna that eventually we'll go supernova but haven't yet and they still produce the solar wind impacts produce the the cosmic rays that we hit the earth bob zimmerman he keeps the website behind the black he is at the maya mountain lodge and san palese in and he's a nacional which is a town at the western side believes is carved out of the side of central america and bob has been exploring a cave the whole geography of central america i think is limestone caves right bob film plateau might not always but yes a connection in some fashion to the asteroid comet that struck eighty sex sixty million years ago in this part of the geography of a shallow sea and bob has been exploring but he took time out from his explorations to common report to us now we've been exploring bob's caves and believes we've explored the solar system when we come back space engineering i'm john batchelor this is the john batchelor show.

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