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House committee chair presses Census on delays to count

AP News Radio

00:56 sec | 7 hrs ago

House committee chair presses Census on delays to count

"The head of a house committee's threatening to subpoena for commerce secretary Wilbur Ross unless he delivers census documents to lawmakers by next week to explain delays of apportionment data New York congresswoman Carolyn Maloney says the census bureau Mr November twenty four deadline to deliver documents to lawmakers to keep them apprised of anomalies found in the tracking of population figures used to allocate congressional seats also the impact on the accuracy of the twenty twenty census she wrote to secretary Wilbur Ross your failure to cooperate with the committee's investigation appears to be part of a dangerous pattern of obstruction with the census internal documents suggest the census bureau anticipates the count won't be ready until after inauguration day that would interfere with president trump's contested plan to exclude people who are in the country illegally from being counted Jackie Quinn Washington

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"carolyn maloney" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

03:52 min | 5 d ago

"carolyn maloney" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"Lou Dobbs has I said, was very keen on this story, seeing the light of day back in 2000 and six and he's continuing to echo that call right now. But here's Lou Dobbs congratulating Carolyn Maloney, a Democrat who first raised the flag on this I think we need to tip our hat to the congresswoman. She did a marvelous job, been looking into this and hats off to her. A to least somebody is trying to make some sense this administration Yeah, Call the White House. He's not happy. Lou Dobbs not happy at all. I let's find out the answers. So this audience knows exactly what's going on by Monday evening on this is ridiculous. Agree, Lou, I agree. Kitty Pilgrim uncovered it. And it was Carolyn Maloney, a Democrat from Long Island, who noticed that these machines, which were raising a lot of stand in Chicago as well, G election fraud in Chicago who would have thought that back in 2000 and six that Maybe the machine politics of my own hometown Chicago was involved in election fraud He used to some 19,000 electronic voting machines in this city of Chicago and Cook County Primary on March 21st of this year is now under intense scrutiny. The U. S company that makes the machines Sequoia was bought in 2000 and five by Smartmatic. Private company, primarily owned by Venezuelan businessman Chicago had problems with the machines. A dozen Venezuelan employees were there to help with the election. We knew this in 2000 and six We knew the Venezuelan connection. So anybody is saying that there's no connection to Smartmatic and Venezuela and the Dominion system. Anyone is saying that it's flat out lying. Lying through their teeth. It's been this way for over a decade. Smartmatic is technically based in Boca Raton, Florida, but the president of the company Jack Blame testified to the Chicago City Council. Fewer than a dozen Smartmatic employees work in Florida. The majority of the workers are based in Venezuela Majority the workers based in Venezuela. Which at the time had Google Charvis trying to voice the socialism upon the rest of South America, and with designs on The United States of America. This story. Has been going on for a while. And the fact that the Democrats Stacey Abrams, who still think she she should be the governor of Georgia, Stacey Abrams, who was running ads this summer in Georgia, warning people about these machines. And that they could be manipulated for fraud. And yet now the Democrats are saying there's enough. What? There's no fraud. It was there was a wave election for red blue way for her job, but no, no, it wasn't. There's problem. We need to look into it. And I've got Maura and up against the clock here. Michael Pelican in From my friend Chris Plante. We have so much more to get to. We might even get on the Trump train once more, because I'm feeling positive. I'm feeling like there's hope may be hope for change of the elect. Shin results There's currently reported Yeah, we'll get to all of it. Michael Pelkey here on the Chris Plante show, there's only one Chris flat. The Chris Plante show. Washington's mall. W M. A L Where Washington comes to talk. W M a L traffic.

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New York City elections board says nearly 100,000 Brooklyn voters received wrong ballot return envelopes

Bernie and Sid in the Morning

00:27 sec | 2 months ago

New York City elections board says nearly 100,000 Brooklyn voters received wrong ballot return envelopes

"The election's going, how people feel perceive the president on nothing but the actual physical voting on the election. I mean, of course, now you have these Democrats states. They want to do this mail in balloting and you have fiascos and debacles happening everywhere. It's happened here in New York, with Carolyn Maloney, Brooklyn just recently with the mail, the absentee ballots being sent to people with every wrong return address 100,000.

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Oversight Committee Seeks Answers Regarding Detention of Two Black Mothers on Washington, DC's National Mall

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:44 sec | 3 months ago

Oversight Committee Seeks Answers Regarding Detention of Two Black Mothers on Washington, DC's National Mall

"To know why Two black mothers were detained at the National Mall by Secret Service officers in the summer. Late July. Reports say. A patrol car deliberately hit the parked car at the time that India Johnson and Jazmine Winston we're setting in, along with their infants on Constitution Avenue. The officers reportedly surrounded the car, yelled pointed handguns at the women handcuffed them, then separated them for a time from there crying infants for 45 minutes, at least. Chairwoman of the oversight committee, Carolyn Maloney of New York, along with Maryland Congressman Jamie Raskin and D. C delegate, Eleanor Holmes Norton, calling the detention and incredibly disturbing incident through that him. They've now asked the Department of Homeland Security and Secret Service for more information about the incident. Stay tuned for 06 on double GOP

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"carolyn maloney" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

01:38 min | 3 months ago

"carolyn maloney" Discussed on KCRW

"Live from NPR news on Janine Herbst. Joe Biden is in Kenosha, Wisconsin today to host a community meeting this afternoon and meet with the family of Jacob Lake Toya Dennis from member station. W. W M has more Kenosha, Wisconsin was thrust into the spotlight after police shot a young black man in the back seven times, leaving Comm paralyzed. The shooting happened in late August, and since then Kenosha has seen a number of protests, including one that's heard deadly after a 17 year old who traveled to the area to protect businesses opened fire. On Tuesday, Trump offered $4 million in federal aid to help businesses rebuild. He also hosted a discussion with law enforcement. In contrast, Biden is expected to meet with the family of the man shot by police. This will be Biden's first visit to Wisconsin this campaign season. For NPR News. I'm LaToya Dennis In Milwaukee. A leaked document from the U. S. Census Bureau warns the Trump administration's recent decision to shorten the schedule for the 2020 head count. Risks serious errors. NPR's Hansi Lo long reports and inaccurate census could lead to the unfair distribution of political representation and federal funding for the next 10 years. The Internal Census Bureau document obtained by the House Oversight Committee, reveals the bureau's own analysis of how the 2020 count could be hurt by a push to deliver the first set of results of President Trump by year's end. A document warrant. Serious errors discovered in the data may not be fixed because there won't be enough time. Representative Carolyn Maloney, a Democrat from New York, calls this an outrage. Congress passed.

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"carolyn maloney" Discussed on Alyssa Milano: Sorry Not Sorry

Alyssa Milano: Sorry Not Sorry

01:51 min | 3 months ago

"carolyn maloney" Discussed on Alyssa Milano: Sorry Not Sorry

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House subpoenas Postmaster General Louis DeJoy over mail delays

Mark Levin

00:30 sec | 3 months ago

House subpoenas Postmaster General Louis DeJoy over mail delays

"By the House Oversight Committee, Democratic led panel is investigating operational changes that have slowed down mail delivery committee chair Carolyn Maloney. Is that joy has not sufficiently answered questions provided documents about those changes. The joy has testified twice in recent weeks about the removal of collection boxes and sorting machines. Joy suspended some changes until after the election amid concerns the actions would undermine expanded vote by mail operation boxes. Jared Helper, and they called him Tom Terrific,

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House committee to subpoena Postmaster General DeJoy over withholding documents from Congress

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:50 sec | 3 months ago

House committee to subpoena Postmaster General DeJoy over withholding documents from Congress

"Panel is planning to issue a subpoena to Postmaster General Lewis to joy amid concerns about the potential for delays linked to mail in voting. W T. O P S. Mitchell Miller is on Capitol Hill, the chair of the House Oversight Committee, New York Congresswoman Carolyn Maloney had warned the postmaster general of a subpoena during his most recent appearance before lawmakers Mr de Joy You're withholding information from us concealing documents and down plane, the damage that you're causing another Democrat on the panel. Virginia Congressman Jerry Connolly says D. Joyce's testimony left lawmakers with more questions than answers to Joy has denied he has sought to undermine mail in voting or do anything to impede delivery of ballots ahead of the election. He sent the committee a letter last Friday stating he thought his testimony had clarified issues Lawmakers sought to address

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Postmaster General Louis DeJoy testifies before House committee

Rush Limbaugh

00:35 sec | 3 months ago

Postmaster General Louis DeJoy testifies before House committee

"Is is back back on on Capitol Capitol Hill Hill for for another another round round of of questions. questions. House House Oversight Oversight Committee Committee chair chair Carolyn Carolyn Maloney Maloney let let off off Monday's Monday's hearing hearing by by referencing referencing an an internal internal Postal Postal Service Service document document detail detail ing the anticipated effects of reform efforts. According to this document. These delays are not just a dip, this document warns the postmaster general of significant and widespread drops across the board. Detroit continues to claim that the reforms are intended to address financial shortfalls and resulting slowdowns are unrelated to the election. Adam Kelsey ABC NEWS Washington Checking your money

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House approves additional Postal Service funding while Trump threatens veto

10 10 WINS 24 Hour News

01:58 min | 3 months ago

House approves additional Postal Service funding while Trump threatens veto

"Rare Saturday session for Congress as the House passed a measure from Democrats to rescue the US Postal Service. The bill promises $25 billion to shore up the post office ahead of November's election. When it is expected to handle a surge of mail in ballots because of the pandemic. It would also reverse recent changes that have slowed down mail delivery. Although the bill was expected to pass correspondent Suzanne Malveaux says there were some surprise. The final vote was 2 57 Democrats to 31. That story here is 26 Republicans joined them. This was an indictment. Of the Trump administration and outright rejection of the GOP leaderships messaging, the talking points and what we have heard before that. Somehow this was a hoax. It was a sham. It was a scam that there was no reality behind the really concern of what was happening in terms of the Postal Service's ability to deliver the mail What we saw Anecdotally from Republicans and Democrats was that their constituents and their voters were complaining. They were saying, We are not getting our packages. We're not getting our prescriptions on. We are very concerned about this. We even saw the chair of the oversight Committee House Oversight Committee. Carolyn Maloney today presenting new documents from Internally from the Postal Service, saying that yes, about 10% of the male had slowed down in terms of its delivery that it wasn't being processed on time. Well. The measure is far from a done deal, despite its approval in the House because the Republican led Senate is unlikely to even vote on it. And the White House has threatened to veto it if it even got that far. The Senate minority leader, Chuck Schumer. He's calling on the Senate to put the bill on the floor and pass it as soon as possible to save the Postal Service and quote to protect our democracy. President. Trump has repeatedly claimed that voting by mail is vulnerable to fraud, although he nor his campaign have produced zero evidence of that.

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House passes $25B bill to block USPS changes ahead of election

Rush Limbaugh

00:46 sec | 3 months ago

House passes $25B bill to block USPS changes ahead of election

"Are voting on a $25 billion emergency funding bill for the Postal Service. Democrats believe it's necessary so that mail in ballots could be delivered on time to be counted. But it's not expected to be taken up by the Senate and the White House's threatened a veto it with President Trump Trump Today, Today, calling calling it it another another hoax hoax by by Democrats. Democrats. The The postmaster postmaster General General Louis Louis Detroit Detroit testified testified yesterday yesterday before before a a Senate Senate panel panel that that the the Postal Postal Service Service didn't didn't need need more help right away. New York's Carolyn Maloney has the joy, appearing before her committee on Monday at the White House has threatened to veto the bill. The White House says quote the administration Wraps that some have chosen to politicize required operational changes at the USPS. The White House notes that the joy says changes aren't needed until after the elections Boxes Chad program

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"carolyn maloney" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

WCBS Newsradio 880

04:06 min | 3 months ago

"carolyn maloney" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

"Radio 8 80. Tens of thousands of Californians are forced from their homes as crew battles. Wildfires. Thie households, a rare Saturday vote on Postal service funding to reverse the administration's cuts in service. Ahead of the election. A federal judge allows NYPD Officer discipline records to be made public. President Trump heads to North Carolina for AH hybrid nominating convention that will be partly virtual in sports. The weekend subway, Siri's is post bond over to covert cases and the Mets organization. We've got partly cloudy skies and 84 degrees on this Saturday, August 20 seconds. Good afternoon. I'm John my taxes. WCBS news time for 31. CBS News Brief. Hundreds of wildfires continue to burn in California, forcing hundreds of thousands from their homes. Cal Fire's Lynette Round nearly two dozen large active fires here in the northern Portion of California we have over 13,000 firefighters out on the line. From fire to reign as tropical storms Laura and Marko head for the Gulf Coast, Mississippi governor take Reeves. What that means to you is should you need to get out? Should you need to move north? You need to make plans early to do so. Members of the House will vote on a bill to allocate $25 billion to the U. S Postal Service. House majority Whip it, Jim Clyburn says action needs to be taken. I think that the post office is important enough for us to do this. They're hoping to prevent any operational changes that could delay the delivery of mail in ballots in November. CBS News BRIEF. I'm Lisa Matteo. WCBS news Time for 32 more now on that house vote on Postal service funding. New York Congresswoman Carolyn Maloney deliver today's weekly Democratic address. We want the postmaster general to undo the damage he has already done. Put back the sorting machines and mailboxes he has already removed and prioritize official election male as first class mail. As it previously Wass president. Trump has admitted that he has been blocking $25 billion in assistance requested by the Postal Service because he is opposed to mail in voting. A federal judge has lifted a temporary restraining order allowing NYPD Officer discipline Records to be made public. WCBS is Christy COLLISION reports It's considered a historic moment for New York. Molly Big Line with the New York Civil Liberties Union. Think it's a really important moment for New York to be able to have this transparency. This is what You know, people who were marching in the streets you were advocating with their legislatures wanted with respect to the repeal of 50, a more than 320,000 NYPD disciplinary records are now available for the public to see in an online database this after unions representing law enforcement have fought to keep the records private. The records show that over 20,000 complaints have been substantiated. But on ly about 8000 led to an NYPD penalty. There's a real mismatch there, and I think this transparency is going to give great insight into the accountability or lack of accountability. By the police. The records on the database state back to the mid eighties Christie collision. WCBS News Radio 80, the city's police and Sergeants Benevolent Association's have not returned Our requests for comment. President Trump is heading to a North Carolina for the opening of the Republican National Convention. Last week's Democratic convention was fully virtual. But the Republican one next week will be a hybrid event with virtual components. CBS News Political correspondent Ed O'Keefe has Mohr, it turns out going virtual didn't hurt Democrats, at least when it comes to raising money convention at times resembling a star studded telethon help the biting campaign Ray $70 million. Democrats also.

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Postmaster general testifies before Senate panel

Bloomberg Surveillance

00:43 sec | 3 months ago

Postmaster general testifies before Senate panel

"Facing public backlash. Postmaster General Lewis to Joy will start his testimony any moment now. About disruptions in mail delivery before a Senate committee on Monday. The joy is scheduled to testify before the House Oversight Committee chair of that panel, Democratic Congresswoman Carolyn Maloney. Says she has several concerns about what the joy has been doing at the post office and questions the joys qualifications. First of all, he shouldn't have become the postmaster general. In the first place. Usually the postmaster general is non partisan and comes through the postal ranks. Up is one qualification is that he's a mega donor to President Trump. His wife is under consideration to be the ambassador to Canada.

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"carolyn maloney" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

01:47 min | 3 months ago

"carolyn maloney" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"It's morning edition on WN My C I'm Shawna Carlson Later today in the Brian Lehrer Show, the mayor of Miami, Francis Suarez talks about issues that matter to his constituents with the 2020 campaign season now in full swing. Plus. Congresswoman Carolyn Maloney discusses the House hearing. She'll be leading next week with testimony from the recently appointed postmaster General Lewis to Joy. That's this morning, starting at 10 o'clock on the Brian Lehrer Show on WNBC right now, though, on a Sunday Thursday morning. It's time for John Shaffer with today's music note. Sana. Alexa is a singer Antonio Sanchez is a drummer. They're married, but they decided they'd keep their professional and personal lives separate. That decision didn't stick, though, and the two are now often seen as part of the others bands. Alexa uses a looping station, which allows you to create a virtual choir of voices live in real time. So even when it's just the two of them, it can sound like a sizable ensemble. They've started doing some alone together. Duet performance is like this one of the title track from Thanda Alexis. Latest album, Ona. That's Sanna Alexa doing all those vocals live and Antonio Sanchez on drums. They'll be doing a live stream this evening, courtesy of the Brooklyn venue, National sawdust. And you can get details at new sounds dot.

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Dejoy to wait until after election to make USPS changes

Vickie Allen and Levon Putney

01:06 min | 3 months ago

Dejoy to wait until after election to make USPS changes

"Joy is backing down. Saying he will suspend his widely criticized cost cutting measures, including removing mailboxes and hundreds of mail processing machines until after the election in a statement today, he claims he wants to avoid even the appearance of any impact on election mail. Some Democrats want D joy removed from his job. Supporters of the Post office held a national day of action to protect the service from political dismantling. WCBS is Peter Haskell. Reports from Union Square to slow down might be over. But Manhattan Congresswoman Carolyn Maloney is still troubled, not what's happened. Many huge changes. They're slowing down the delivery of male have no place in the middle of a pandemic. Maloney believes President Trump one of the problems to stymie Democratic voters. It's one of the most undemocratic things I've ever heard of. You are opposed to people who have to vote by mail being ableto but by mail disenfranchising them shall cheer a helps committee hearing with the postmaster general on Monday.

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USPS: Pelosi to recall the House to 'save' the post office

KRLD News, Weather and Traffic

04:21 min | 3 months ago

USPS: Pelosi to recall the House to 'save' the post office

"Nancy Nancy Pelosi Pelosi is is calling calling lawmakers lawmakers back back into into session session to to stop stop further further changes changes to to the the U. U. S. S. Postal Postal Service Service ahead ahead of of November's November's election. election. Over the weekend. The USPS Postmaster General Lu Lu e D. Joy had to deal with protesters outside his home, calling on him to stop making changes. At the post office that could jeopardize mail in ballots and we're joined live right now in Washington by CBS correspondent Stephen Portnoy with more on this, Steve Good morning, When Will the House be back? We have Steven there, Stephen Portnoy with CBS trying to contact him. We will get back in touch with him in just a moment. But yeah, House Speaker Nancy Pelosi again. Calling members of the House of Representatives back in the middle of their August recess. Yeah, most likely it will be on Saturday for what I've read. In the meantime, Senate Democratic Minority Leader Chuck Schumer of New York Is also begging almost Mitch McConnell, the House majority leader, to re open the Senate. Bring this up for the same very same reason. Plus he wants some hearings into this, so it'll be interesting to see what happens. All right, we we do. We have Steven Portnoy right now. He's back with us. Stephen. Good morning. Ah, the house coming back. I guess I guess later this week. What can they do? Really next weekend. What they intend to do is pass a bill that aims to stop the Postal Service from decreasing any kind of service offering. The bill is being written by Carolyn Maloney in the New York Democrat the same one that president points too. When he talks about flaws with mail in voting in a contested election in New York state. The bottom line is the House Democrats are prepared to offer a standalone measure that essentially restrained the Postal Service from cutting back on mailboxes. One Sorting systems are over time cut any of the things that you've heard about over the last week or two. The president's chief of staff, Mark Meadows, in an interview yesterday that he'd be willing, the president would be willing to sign a stand alone bill only Democrats would come back to Washington and past one Well, looks like Nancy Pelosi is taking the hint. And it's going to come back to Washington next weekend. How about the Senate? What is their involvement here? Well, we'll see. I mean the moment the legislation still in the drafting stage, and I imagine that the Senate majority leader would say, Well, we'll wait and see what the house might send our way. Sorry. And again. This is this coming up later this week, perhaps talk a little bit about Mark Meadows, though, as you mentioned he was on TV this weekend, denying that the Post office is removing those machines and mailboxes. We're not denying that happening 19 happening because the election it is happening, but it's happening is part of a long running plan. The Postal Service has suffered a marked decrease in mail volume over the course of the covert pandemic its businesses Have pulled back their use of direct mail for merchandising and marketing purposes, as individuals have continued the long running decline in the use of the mails to send letters and postcards. And the Postal Service is suffering shortfall. Now remember, in the early 19 seventies and the Nixon era there were the landmark reforms to move the Postal Service from essentially a Cabinet agency of government. To an independent service that would be sort of quasi governmentally run and operate on its own without taxpayer support for the most part of the last 40 years. That's what happened, but The Postal Service is running deficits and ultimately eyes asking Congress now for support, and there seems to be barred partisan interests in that. The question, though, is whether the president will support it. At a time when he's also discussed the possibility of holding back that funding so that Democrats efforts to expand vote by mail could be hampered. The president late last week said he would be willing to support Support for the Postal Service in a broader covert relief bill. If a deal for that could be reached yesterday, the chief of staff suggested the president would be willing to support stand alone. Bill. I'm not aware of any money for the Postal Service in the effort the Democrats are putting forward the Democratic bill that I read this morning seems TTO only restrict the reduction of services. Without providing the Postal Service. Any additional funding Stephen? Thank you. We appreciate the time CBS correspondent Stephen Portnoy

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Trump says he opposes more funds for Postal Service over mail-in voting

Bloomberg Markets

00:47 sec | 3 months ago

Trump says he opposes more funds for Postal Service over mail-in voting

"President Trump says funds to shore up the U. S. Postal Service ahead of the election are a key sticking point installed Corona virus relief talks with Democrats President tells Fox Business Network There is common ground on more than $100 billion for schools and new funds for virus testing. But the president says he is not budging on funds for the post office. Now they need that money in order to have the post office work so it could take all of these millions and millions of ballots. Now. In the meantime, they aren't getting there. By the way. Those are just two items, But if they don't get those two items, that means you can't have universal mail in voting time House oversight share, Carolyn Maloney has introduced a bill that would reverse the changes that the president's postmaster general wants to implement, including a freeze on management, hiring and elimination of delivery

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Election Officials Declare Winners in Two New York Democratic Primaries After Federal Judge Finds Voters Disenfranchised

All Things Considered

05:32 min | 4 months ago

Election Officials Declare Winners in Two New York Democratic Primaries After Federal Judge Finds Voters Disenfranchised

"Of Election certified the results of the June 23rd primary earlier today. It comes one day after a federal judge issued an order directing board of elections across the state. To re examine their absentee ballot totals to consider votes tossed out for missing a postmark as long as they were received by June 25th. It's just the latest twist in New York's pandemic primary, which saw a tenfold increase in the number of absentee ballots, compared to 2016. Joining us now W. N Y City Hall and politics reporter Bridget Bergen Ridge it let's start with what happened today. The Board of Election certified the results of a primary that took place six weeks ago. That means they finished counting. But why did it take so long? Jamie, You said it right there that we saw that tenfold increase in the number of absentee ballots. People really were taking advantage of this expanded absentee ballot system that Governor Cuomo Did through executive order because of the pandemic, and then the counting process associated with it was very methodical. You know. Absentee ballots can be rejected for a lot of reasons. Missing signatures were among the biggest issues, but Another issue. We first reported here at WNYC and Gothamist was related to ballots invalidated for missing postmarks. Two candidates and 14 voters sued the state Board of Elections and Governor Cuomo, arguing that voters were being disenfranchised through no fault of their own due to missing postmarks. Absentee ballots needed to be postmarked by June 23rd and arrive at the board of Elections by June 30th to count and there was a big decision in that case late last night. Give us a quick overview of that lawsuit. Last week, there was a two day evidentiary hearing where witnesses testified about how the Board of elections handled this flood of absentee ballots and how the United States Post office process them. Some of what we learned was pretty shocking. Like the fact that the Board of elections dropped off more than 34,000 ballots to the post office to mail to voters the day before the primary. That meant voters would need to get that ballot in the mail on June 23rd rushed to a post office box before five if they had any chance of mailing it with a postmark. To make it eligible. And beyond that, there was evidence introduced that showed that more ballots in Brooklyn were invalidated for missing postmarks than in any other borough. Wow. Then tell us more about the ruling issued last night. So Judge Annalisa Torahs presided over this case in the southern district. She found the plaintiff's arguments more persuasive that ballots were in fact treated differently in different parts of the city. She ordered the New York State Board of Elections to direct all local boards to count otherwise valid absentee ballots, missing postmarks as long as they were received by June 25th 2 days after the primary. She also criticized the state's argument that it didn't intentionally disenfranchise voters where they basically pointed to failures by the post office and tried to place the blame on them. She wrote quote. The Constitution is not so toothless. When voters have been provided with absentee ballots image assured that their votes on those ballots will be counted. The state cannot ignore a later discovered a systemic problem that arbitrarily renders those ballots invalid. What does it mean Bridget that the city Board of Election certified the election results? Isn't that a violation of the judge's order? Well. The city also directed its staff in each borough to prepare to count the ballots that qualify under the judge's order. And they said, they're just awaiting direction from the state Board of elections to go ahead and do that. Okay, so assuming the order stands, could it change the outcome of any Racists? You know, is one of the plaintiffs lawyers, Remmy Green said at a press conference this morning. We don't know what we don't know yet certainly one of the plaintiffs Raj Patel, who is a candidate in New York's 12th Congressional District, which covers parts of Manhattan, Queens and Brooklyn. He's hopeful that this will help because he's currently trailing Carolyn Maloney abi about 3700 votes, but at this point, it's not really clear there are enough votes to change that race. However, there could be other races and other parts of the state that we don't know about. And one of the plaintiff interveners in this case, Maria Coffer who ran for District leader AA position in Queens. She only lost two City council member Karen Causal. It's by about 100 boats, so we'll see if there's anything that changes their 100 votes. Wow. What was the reaction from the State Board of Elections have they signaled any plans to appeal? So I have yet to hear from anyone from the State Board of Elections or the New York Attorney general's office who is representing the state. In this matter. I will note that one of the attorneys for the plaintiffs basically warned the state and governor Cuomo against appealing. Here's attorney, Ali Nagy. Me. Governor Cuomo. Your legacy is on the line. If you will peel this, you'll lose in the appeal, and you will be another second round suppressor votes, and that is not what the governor needs. Now, if the state did appeal, obviously, that matter would go before the Court of Appeals, and it's worth noting. Earlier this summer, this same judge Analisa Torres ruled against the state Board of elections. In another election law case, she overturned their decision to cancel the Democratic presidential primary. That case went before the Court of Appeals and her ruling stands.

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"carolyn maloney" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

09:35 min | 4 months ago

"carolyn maloney" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"Will be the most inaccurate and fraudulent election in history. I'm sure he just means in U. S history. It will be a great embarrassment of the USA, he says. And then he raised the question delay the election on Joe people can properly securely and safely vote. And this has been going crazy. I'll tell you that much has NBC and the whole gang. They're going desert. This is what we said. This was the conspirators feeds right into the conspiracy theories that the left has been peddling for. Quite some combines whom the president is aware of this, and he's trolling them, as he so often does. And it really got him going. I would like to see the White House more focused with how many bottles of beer on the wall do. We have left 97 96 days to the election? Maybe a cogent, coherent White house message on a daily basis would be good, But I guess the buckshot approach has worked for the president. Thus far, he is tweeting from the Oval Office after all. However, poll numbers and all of that something they ought to be starting to pay attention. I don't believe the polls either, and I know that conservatives, according to the Cato Institute study that came out last week do not feel comfortable sharing political views. And when pollsters call I know that conservatives respond differently than liberals. Liberals love the pollsters because they figure they're usually our lives. Our liberal pollsters, media pollsters and And I don't believe the polls. However, that said, Cogent, coherent, daily message. From now until Election Day might might be good and and I raising the question of postponing or delaying the election. Until people can properly securely and safely vote. I'm not sure how long that would take. But that's certainly going to get the madhouse going. No doubt about that. They're going. They're going to start going. Well, I don't have to start going crazy. It's just going to dial up the crazy on them in a very severe way. So the president raised this question this morning, and Michael, I know you just played one of the sound bites from earlier this week that we played of Joe Scarborough and Eugene Robinson talking about Election Day, Eugene, right, and I'd like to play. How many of those sound bites were therefore Just three from the other day. All right, and I think we just played one of them. But I want to play them over again because in order it kind of works best. Eugene Robinson had he types were the DNC at Washingtonpost. He's paid by the richest man in the world. Dr Evil and who was not on Capitol Hill yesterday, but he he came in by telescope Rinne from his space station orbiting the planet or something like that. He's an isn't odd when the Congress has Jeff Bezos up there. They have the A and he didn't go. It did it remotely, along with the rest of the CEOs nailed it remotely. They have the richest man in the world, one of the most powerful men in the world as a result, and the owner of the Washington Post and Washington politicians, you know you pick your enemies there in politics After all. Now you two stuck up to and who to who to dump on, and vice versa. And they've got the owner of the Washington Post there, you think that changes their behavior at all? The Democrats sucking up the Republicans hearing the wrath of the Washington Post. That is. He's a very powerful man for a variety of reasons. Jeff Bezos, lazy eyed loon from the Austin Powers movies. But that is Eugene Robinson. He wrote this piece, saying Trump keeps saying that mail in voting is not secure, but it really is. It's really good and good for Democrats, and that's why you genius. And anything that is corrupt or corrupting of American institutions, the Democrats, and that means the media to are in favor of corrupting whatever it is. Eugene Robinson demonstrates that every time he types up a little essay, and he approved it earlier this week with his little piece about we have nothing to worry about with mail in balloting, and even Joe Scarborough. Would not sit still for this because he had seen the story. In the New York 12th Congressional District. Carolyn Maloney, long longtime carbon date a bold Democrat member of the House of Representatives, running against new young, fresh face, Suraj Patel. The Democrat Party squeezed him out because she's loyal soldier goose stepping with the cause against the bill of rights and individual liberty and freedom, and even Joe Scarborough had to step in and say, Well, wait a minute. You know, Eugene, you stay in your stupid little corrupt piece, and you're awful newspaper today that there's nothing to worry about here. But Moe Yarbrough had to bring up something that he had read apparently taken. Just look to what's happened over the past couple months, not in states Republicans ran But let's talk about New York ST. Andrew Cuomo State Carolyn Maloney, There's an article in the paper today still doesn't know whether she's been reelected or not local races in New York state that took a month To resolve and they still haven't figured out a congressional race There are going to be 435 of those in the fall, and on top of that all the Senate races and the presidential race. And suddenly there is reason to fear we may go into the new year not knowing who the next president of the United States you could. Even in the audio. You could hear Eugene Robinson squirming in his chair. Still sounds like Vincent there Oh, Frio, The alien in men in black, cracking his neck and go are making gravel in grow grow all sounds Because they're all freak shows they might be from another planet as well. And so he had read. It must have been in The New York Times. Hey, the Democrats are being Democrats, and he left out the Paterson, New Jersey, where four people, including a city councilman, have been charged with fraud in their latest election. They're all Democrats, and then there's all kinds of chicanery, and they have to cancel. 19% disqualify 19% of the votes. That's one in five votes in Paterson, New Jersey, virtually almost one in five votes in Paterson, New Jersey that had to be thrown out. It's 1/5 of the voting, but that means the elections are completely invalid on their complete joke, and and and that's that's not a legitimate election in Paterson, New Jersey This Carolyn Maloney in primary election in the New York 12 Congressional District is a complete disaster. They had 65,706 absentee votes her mail in votes. On 12,500 of them were thrown out. Okay. Now just follow this. For a 2nd 12,500 of the absentee ballots were thrown out. They had 39,635 in person. That's a 39,000 in person, 65,000 absentee. They threw out 12,500 Carolyn Maloney is now winning by 3700. Right, which is what less than 1/3 of the number of votes that were tossed out. How is that a legitimate election? This is a just a primary for the Democrats. That is not a legitimate election. It's not Eugene Robinson, sitting there with with his pal Joe Scarborough, who is partially inflatable flotation device to the second wife is sitting next to him, and she is Justice Don't mean she looks on DH Eugene squirming and well, what about Caramelo? You say there's no problem here, and even Joe Scarborough has to say was just completely ridiculous to claim what you're claiming your piece in the post. Eugene jumps in Well, let's hope we don't make it that far. But it's gonna be a mess. It's going to be messy. It's not gonna be like a normal election night when winner and there's a you know a big speech in a concession stand, it's all over. It's not going to be a see this. They're telling us the age of American elections is over because the Democrats are here, and they've blown it up just like that, just like that. They have done to our election system that they've done to Portland and Seattle and what they've done to parts of Washington and looting and I mean honestly there, looting and plundering and committing arson. To all of our institutions, and I've been talking about this for years about the Democrats and the left. The Democrat Party has long since been taken over by the left the really left the international left. The left that we've seen rioting with their red banners in Germany and Italy and France for decades. They're here now on the news media never notices the black flags and the red flags and the and the yellow and red in the hammer and sickle flight. They never noticed that I watched the long video yesterday. My friend Marty provided me about a week ago, The Chicago police chief superintendent held a press conference when the police officers were attacked and dozens were injured at the Christopher Columbus statue, which the city then tore down on their own because they're with the mob than the mob attacked and that all these blood rose of black umbrellas they used for shields and The protesters were changing out of their street clothes into their black, their black uniforms like there with movement, chance the movement, chance of death or something like that..

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New York primary results on hold as Eliot Engel trails badly and Carolyn Maloney faces tight race

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00:54 sec | 5 months ago

New York primary results on hold as Eliot Engel trails badly and Carolyn Maloney faces tight race

"Progressive democratic candidates say they're optimistic about the outcome of key primary elections yesterday Kentucky in New York but voters might not learn the results of key races for days because the corona virus pandemic caused a surgeon absentee and mail in ballots well what we learned is that election nights in America quickly turning into election weeks as we await those kinds of results and as we do wait it looks like to New York City congressman who lied key house committees are fighting for their political lives and one closely watched race educator Jamaal Bowman currently leads sixteen term incumbent Eliot Engel the chairman of the house foreign affairs committee Bowman has surged in recent weeks thanks in part to the increased attention on racial justice nationwide meanwhile congresswoman Carolyn Maloney who represents part of Manhattan she leaves the house oversight committee and hold just a narrow lead over Suraj Patel a younger liberal opponent the she defeated back in twenty

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COVID-19 Relief Bill Oversight: Here's What You Need To Know

Morning Edition

04:07 min | 8 months ago

COVID-19 Relief Bill Oversight: Here's What You Need To Know

"The house is expected to pass a two trillion dollar corona virus related economic rescue package today it's the biggest in history and it includes a five hundred billion dollar funds that the treasury department will use to help American corporations that is a lot of money so in pairs to mac has been looking into what kind of oversight there will be a time Hey there so five hundred billion Bucks how does this bill ensure that none of it will be wasted that there will be no fraud well so the bill creates what is called the pandemic response accountability committee it's made up of existing inspectors general from various government agencies who will work together to conduct investigations and audits into these programs the legislation allocates twenty million dollars for the government accountability office and also includes a special inspector general just to focus on that five hundred billion dollars that the treasury department has in order to work with corporations and finally there is eighteen question all oversight commission that will be reporting to Congress every thirty days leads temple with the director of public policy at the project on government oversight praised the frequent reporting requirements in the bill it does allow you to also do kind of that real time oversight that's going to be really important in a situation like this for the money is being spent very quickly so they've woven oversight into the heart of this bill in order to try and reduce the chance of corruption they will then a lot of oversight and based on what you've just said how did this all end up in the legislation so much of it well here's one example Massachusetts senator Elizabeth Warren she played a central role on an oversight panel she cheered during the tarp bailout and she is again playing a role in getting this congressional oversight into this legislation here's how it happened on Monday evening president trump answered a question about funds in the coronavirus legislation hello I'll be the oversight I'll be the elder said we're gonna make good deals we make good deals that alarmed Warren who according to a source close to to the senator called called Senate minority leader Chuck Schumer that night to see if they had locked in better oversight provisions in the bill and some other lawmakers are taking credit for other varies accountability provisions Carolyn Maloney who chairs the house oversight committee offered ideas for that committee of inspectors general we spoke about for example you have also been talking to watchdog groups have nothing to do with the government these are independent independent groups and what are they saying well so there are some holes in it Craig Coleman he's a lobbyist for the watchdog group public citizen said that the bill doesn't prohibit corporations from using the funds for political purposes so that means major corporations that are receiving billions of dollars in bail out funds will be able to who will also make expenditures trying to lobby the federal government to either change the law or secures significant government contracts or even make political expenditures to try to influence those will be in the position of determining what the law means and remember that committee of inspectors general I mentioned earlier Jennifer Ahearn the policy director of citizens for responsibility and ethics in Washington spotted an issue four of the eight named inspector generals are technically vacant and so there's an acting inspector general serving in that role that means those four haven't been confirmed by the Senate and have other jobs they have to do on top of their oversight responsibilities and Molly Clifford as she's the oversight council the chief oversight counsel at the watchdog group American oversight she had this to say there's going to be for others going the way since some of these recovery friends and there certainly will be profiteering I think every CEO in America is going to want to get their hands on a piece of this check but she also says that the bill gives the public some tools but I think this is the least gives Congress the geo and the inspectors general the mechanisms to try to hold things accountable and make sure the funds are spent the most responsible way to benefit the American people so generally government accountability groups are optimistic with the overall oversight provisions in this bill NPR's Tim mak thanks him thanks a lot

Top US health official says worst is yet to come with coronavirus outbreak

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00:52 sec | 9 months ago

Top US health official says worst is yet to come with coronavirus outbreak

"The chief of the national institutes of health Dr Anthony Fauci says the worst is yet to come in the corona virus crisis how much worse will get will depend on our ability to contain the influx of people who are infected coming from the outside and the ability to contain and mitigate within our own country during a house hearing this morning doctor felt she would not try to predict the extent or the duration of the crisis New York Democrat Carolyn Maloney says the US is lagging behind other countries in testing for the virus CDC director Robert Redfield said the test kits are being distributed in the U. S. as quickly as possible Fauci cited progress in setting up tests and trials for a coronavirus vaccine but he said it probably won't be available for between twelve and eighteen months the number of cases in the U. S. is now up to one thousand thirty most of those cases have been in Washington state said in

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Will Census 2020 count be accurate? Congress questions the readiness of the Census Bureau

Politics and Public Policy Today

03:09 min | 10 months ago

Will Census 2020 count be accurate? Congress questions the readiness of the Census Bureau

"The strong economy and low unemployment rate factors in the census count with some parts of the country lagging in the once every ten your account of course the numbers of that congressional redistricting and federal dollars to states and cities and hearing on Capitol Hill the house oversight committee with questions to census bureau director dot doctor Stephen dealing him in New York Democrat Carolyn Maloney the committee chair and doctor telling him about this new report from G. A. R. we just heard is very troubling and just like the witnesses that we heard from all I guess it was last month this new report seems to be sending flashing red lights are warning that the census bureau simply is not ready for what's about to happen this important challenge before us now in this new reported in the testimony we just heard Jerry they they warn of an adequate recruitment and hiring missed target dates insufficient progress working with community partners a significant cyber security challenges and I could say the list goes on and on and on I want to give you a chance to respond I know GAO gave us gave you and gave us the report hello a week ago so why is the census bureau so far behind in so many aspects of the preparations across the board Mr telling him doctor Dillingham madam chairwoman it's a very good question and let me say that on the point of view of the census bureau we are not behind and let me show you some charts we provided members with charts today as to where we are the first chart we have is the recruiting chart now the recruiting chart as pointed out by G. A. always based on self response rates we have three scenarios here now the what the figures being cited which we did ourselves very ambitious goals the worst case scenario if our self response rate drops to fifty five percent which no one expects but if it did we would need we would want to point seven million people recruited from which we would hire about a half million people that is the worst case scenario the next scenario is the sixty point five percent and that's probably the more reasoned scenario in which case we would hire three hundred twenty thousand people now as of this morning we have two point three million completed applicants two and a half million they have started their applications and it's increasing about twenty thousand a day we will meet we will meet the worst scenario goal by the first week of March and then we're gonna surpass it there is no doubt we would lie we currently have a valid for applicants for every position we want five applicants we actually would like more so we're going to have those applicants in so recruiting I that's the first thing I'll address the head of the census bureau today's house oversight committee and questions from New York democratic committee chair Carolyn

House votes to establish Smithsonian women's history museum on the National Mall

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00:24 sec | 10 months ago

House votes to establish Smithsonian women's history museum on the National Mall

"The house passed a bill today to establish a new museum in the Smithsonian network dedicated to women's history a similar bill is working its way through the Senate a Smithsonian spokeswoman says a new facility would include some existing displays honoring women at the African American museum the air and space museum and the museum of American history New York City congresswoman Carolyn Maloney one of the bill's

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"The familiar faces been elected the first chair woman of the house oversight committee New York City congresswoman Carolyn Maloney will take the gavel she defeated Virginia Congress man in a democratic caucus vote one thirty three to eighty six congresswoman Maloney will succeed the late chairman Elijah Cummings

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01:49 min | 1 year ago

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"And congresswoman Carolyn Maloney, speaking live earlier, here on ten ten win said non essential helicopter should be banned from New York City airspace. My call to, to ban all non-essential flight. They the visibility at the time of the crash was less than a mile, because of the heavy fog. The why in the world was he flying in heavy fog. We don't know we don't know what the answers are the National Transportation, Safety board is investigating wins news time eleven oh, five, the remains of another September eleventh victim have been identified. Now, sixteen hundred forty three people have been identified. The victim's name has not been made public, the identity was confirmed through DNA. It is the first new identification of a World Trade Center victims, since July of last year. File this went away for future reference. Reminder that most cars will be banned from fourteenth street in Manhattan, as of July, first between third and ninth avenues, it will become a bus way the restrictions will be in place from six AM to ten PM. Former White House counsel and star Watergate witnessed, John dean, whose testimony helped bring down Richard Nixon Destefano today before the House Judiciary committee. He said there are parallels between Watergate and the current investigation into whether President Trump obstructed Justice, in many ways. The Muller report is to President Trump, but the so-called Watergate, roadmap officially titled the grand jury report and recommendation concerning transmission of evidence to the house of representatives was to president, Richard Nixon. President Trump says dean is a loser loser.

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"carolyn maloney" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

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02:03 min | 1 year ago

"carolyn maloney" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

"Now, the student ask for the last month at a board meeting Republican American newspaper says he argued the schools, Email and website, a fine. But not nearly as fast as texting a teacher current rules bar texting or instant messaging between students and teachers in Woodbury Connecticut, and some board members say they're cool with that because they argue it would create an unrealistic expectation that teachers are available twenty four seven. But the board said they will let Jameson argues case before the ethics and policy committee before any vote on the matter. Well, they're doing better. But to people have now come down with the measles in Connecticut. State public health officials confirmed the second case over this over the past two weeks yell Newhaven hospital reported this weekend they treated and released both of them both. Live in New Haven county, neither identified and investigators say they have not seen any links between the two but say both probably were exposed to measles. In early. January were three measles cases last year in Connecticut federal centers for disease control and prevention reported cases in ten states this year outbreaks late last year round. Lakewood, New Jersey, Rockland county, new New York, it's one twenty two. Congresswoman Carolyn Maloney, cosponsoring a Bill now with representatives Jerry Nadler legislation named the never again act. Representative Maloney says the measure would create a program at the US department of education to give schools across the US new resources to teach about the holocaust against a backdrop of rising anti-semitic acts in the nation. We need to take proactive steps to combat this hatred. We must begin educating people, especially our young people about the horrors of the holocaust, and how hate evil intolerance and ignorance can lead to mass murder ninety five year old survivor. Fred Turner, spent three and a half years in various concentration camps. The love the new move with.

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02:41 min | 2 years ago

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"By democratic representatives, including Carolyn Maloney, furious about the president's insistence on a border wall workers should not be held hostage. The shutdown now in its fourth week Roger stern ten ten wins on the Lower East Side. President Trump is still demanding the congress appropriate money to pay for his proposed border wall with Mexico and refuses to reopen the government until they do the president's close allies, South Carolina, Senator Lindsey Graham told Fox News Sunday that he has this advice for President Trump. I would urge him to open up the government for a short period of time like three weeks before he pulls the plug safe. We can get a deal if we can at the end of three weeks all bets are off saving and do it by himself through the emergency powers. Meanwhile, word of another consequence of the government shutdown. Senator Chuck Schumer explains that it's affecting the war on opioid addiction because the Drug Enforcement Administration is shuttered right now with the DA closed New Yorkers who need a critical anti opioid drug are locked out. And it's one of the best arrows to beat back the opioid skirt. When addicts those are dictated to opioids are given suboxone. They can gradually ease their way off. Schumer says doctors can't provide that and other life-saving drugs to treat opioid addiction without DA approval. But the DA is currently unreachable because of the government shutdown wins news time eleven oh. Four new allegations this weekend involving President Trump and an alleged cozy relationship with Russia. A new report claims that the president has gone out of his way to hide conversations. He's had with Russian leader Vladimir Putin, even confiscating is interpreters notes on their meeting in Hamburg Washington Post reporter, Greg Miller says there are no detailed records of the five personal meetings. President Trump has had with Putin, and he compares that to how former President Bill Clinton handled his interactions with Russia. You can go through the Clinton archive in read almost verbatim. Transcripts of his meetings with Boris Yeltsin Yeltsin, those just don't exist for Donald Trump because he's excluding people from in his own White House from seeing what's happening. President Trump though defended himself on Fox News and called the report insulting total hoax. Everybody knows it. And it's really a shame. Because it takes time and it takes effort. Everybody knows. There was no collusion whatsoever. They have found no collusion, and they won't find collusion. This all follows a startling New York Times report that said the president's behavior with Russia concerns, the FBI and led the agency to open a counter intelligence probe afraid he might have compromised national security, maybe without even realizing it that probe has since been folded into the work of Russia's special counsel, Robert Muller..

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"carolyn maloney" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

WCBS Newsradio 880

01:47 min | 2 years ago

"carolyn maloney" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

"Up in a way where there's a line of decision making the can take less than years. Is to get decisions done other revenue sources looked at but not agreed upon include a cruising charge on four hire. Vehicles changes to real estate taxes and capturing revenue from the legalization of marijuana in midtown. Steve burns, WCBS NewsRadio. Eight eighty the city's public housing agency is at risk of a federal takeover today. Mayor de Blasios sat down with HUD secretary. Ben Carson to talk about the future of Niger with a deadline looming at the end of January the specter of federal control of Nitra through receivership continues to hang over New York's troubled public housing agency. But mayor Blasios came out of his face to face meeting with the HUD secretary declaring a course, the topic came up, and I think there was a broad agreement that we're going to do all together to avert that both pod. And the city of New York believe there's a better way. And that better ways come to a settlement three members of the New York congressional delegation, including Carolyn Maloney, backed up. The mayor Ray of the New York delegation are going to work our hearts out to get more federal funding for Niger for public housing. More federal support as mayor de Blasio put it referring to Dr Carson. It's clear he holds the outcome in his hands. Adding, HUD secretary has gone out of his way to say local control is the best option at twenty-six federal plaza. Rich lamb WCBS NewsRadio eight eight eight six oh seven. This is why you need to start your day with WCBS. Boy, have we had rail troubles voice activity here. Again this morning flash. Flood warning still in effect for portions of the area until the made stocks plunged after they.

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"carolyn maloney" Discussed on 1170 The Answer

1170 The Answer

02:11 min | 2 years ago

"carolyn maloney" Discussed on 1170 The Answer

"Greed and irresponsibility on Wall Street that caused the financial crisis. So. Taking care of that. Now with the Dodd Frank act, and they don't realize that they are stepping right into what was exactly the cause of the financial crisis five years ago. Peter Wallison, you're basically saying your house is on fire instead of calling a firefighter. They called an arsonist. That's exactly right. Pattern goes through if they continue to push the banks to make loans to people who cannot afford these homes that they are buying. We are going to have another the national crisis. And who does this hurt the people who buy these homes because? Show that without a good credit score. And without some kind of down payment a substantial down payment mortgages about twenty five percent of them through the cycle. Go into default. These people will lose their homes now the interview went on for several more minutes. You wanna hear the interview innocent tired? We'll put it up on. Larryelder dot com point is Maxine Waters has a narrative a false narrative about what causes financial services, call the financial crisis. And now, she's chair the financial services committee. She's going to go after banks. So she accused of causing a crisis. This is just disgusting. We come back and talk about a congresswoman from New York named Carolyn Maloney. Who says quote, we stand alone in the world with the number of mass shootings close. No, we don't it isn't even close. And it's the argument that the left us to push for more common sense gun control, all that and more coming up. I want to say something about rush tax resolution. Do you know, I've always been blown away by people who are in trouble with the IRS and try and deal with it themselves. You know, people who wouldn't try thickly on promising or fixing your own car. No problem picking up the phone and trying to deal with their own tax issues with the IRS they ton of money, the campaign, the IRS, and they think I can handle this. This is crazy. The IRS is nothing to mess with. So what do you do? Call rush tax resolution. Take one listener who owed over ninety grand. After hearing me talk about rush tax..

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"carolyn maloney" Discussed on 10 10 WINS

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02:57 min | 2 years ago

"carolyn maloney" Discussed on 10 10 WINS

"He's not a subway Perv. But a guy who might work in the subway or he may want people to think he does police in Brooklyn are looking for a creep who's been driving up to young girls, and exposing himself it happened twice Monday and Thursday, October eighth and the eleventh both times around four thirty pm. The suspect was in different vehicles gray minivan, the first time, and then a dark SUV the second time cops say he was wearing an MTA had in the first incident and what? Look like an MTA uniform shirt in the second. The MTA says they're working with the police on the investigation. Police have released a sketch which you can't ski SE at ten ten wins dot com. And they're urging anyone with info to call the crime stoppers hotline. New York members of congress from both sides of the aisle are coming together to keep the nine eleven victim compensation fund alive congresswoman, Carolyn Maloney. A democrat says the fund is set to expire in twenty twenty and could be out of money before that for their sake. And and the dangers of Phil become for people. We cannot allow the fun to run out of money. It would be devastating to those who rely on it each and every day and as each day passes without permanent reauthorization and full funding. These suffering grows, and that's unacceptable and Republican Peter King of Long Island says it's not just New Yorkers pushing for the Bill funding to support from Colorado. Senator Cory Gardner people. Don't realize is we have people from forty nine hundred fifty states came to volunteer to work after nine eleven obviously most of them, if the author jersey Connecticut, but also many came from all over the country to work give their time and effort, and they also subjects. No word on when that measure will come to a vote got a good name for an eagle you've sold. The Brooklyn public library wants to hear from you that Burrows historical society has given the central branch at copper eagle sculpture that used to be on the headquarters of the Brooklyn daily eagle by Burien Tiba guy. Clements spoke with ten ten wins and said the public will vote for the winning name. We're looking for names that are kind of you know, historical or Gruden Brooklyn. I think that's important for us and just anything. That's that's interested in interesting in New York City base. The sculpture was made in eighteen ninety two and moved to the historical society nineteen fifty five when the newspaper building was demolished to make room for Cadman plaza. It's been on loan to the library since nineteen Ninety-seven, but is now a permanent part of its collection. Wins. News time four thirty seven. When do you want a spot that burglar when he's casing your home? Or after he's in as John who's blink camera. Alerted him a burglars trying to break in while he and his family were home or Shannon. Who's blink camera? Caught a thief stealing packages both times blink videoclips were sent to police to help convict the crooks. Blink motion activated indoor and outdoor cameras are wire free set up in minutes and run on double A batteries that.

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"carolyn maloney" Discussed on 10 10 WINS

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02:28 min | 2 years ago

"carolyn maloney" Discussed on 10 10 WINS

"Congresswoman carolyn maloney joined with women's rights advocates in lower manhattan today or juliet papa tells us what it was all about wangui actress and metoo activists eliza milano leading the chant is advocates for the equal rights amendment stood alongside the fearless girl statue coalition cochaired carris roebling romance says we like to call ourselves a lean mean gender justice machine and this is our number one gender justice issue congresswoman carolyn maloney will once again seek to bring this to capitol hill should be better protections in our constitution not left up to the whims when she hopes the metoo movement is the wind in the er raise sales julia papa ten ten wins news ten women were issued driver's licenses today in saudi arabia the move comes as the country prepares to lift the world's only ban on female drivers on june twentyfourth it also comes number of women who had campaigned for that right are under arrest accused of conspiring to undermine the security of the kingdom wins news time three forty nine a new lawn oklahoma has landed that state on california's travel ban list the law signed by oklahoma governor mary fallon allows adoption agencies to refuse to place children for adoption or in foster care based on religious or moral convictions which will affect gay couples looking to become parents since two thousand seventeen california has prohibited state sponsor travel to nine states now because of what it considers laws that discriminate against the lgbtq community say republicans want the ag to define specifically if that also means travel by college sports teams the ban goes into effect later this month jim roope los angeles the other eight states are alabama kansas kentucky mississippi north carolina south dakota tennessee and texas wins news time three fifty they're getting ready for a busy and possibly historic weekend out at belmont park there have only been twelve triple crown winners in horse racing history justify the chance to become the thirteen new york racing associations kris k on build a giant new silver triple crown trophy that'll be shared between the three racetracks a smaller replica will be given to the next triple crown winner it's about two feet tall which is still three times bigger than the last triple crown trophy officials are urging anyone coming to take mass transit l a double our president filleting says they can handle it scheduled twentyone extra trains to belmont park for belmont stakes day and after the.

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"carolyn maloney" Discussed on WAAM Talk 1600

WAAM Talk 1600

01:32 min | 2 years ago

"carolyn maloney" Discussed on WAAM Talk 1600

"Let's see now background checks okay this is a what's her name carolyn maloney comes from this woman that's the one who when they asked you about assault rifles and she said what is it that about the the hand guard you wanna make sure that's band remember when they were banning all the the the features that evil features on on air fifteen and other firearms back during the clinton gun ban and she wanted to reinstate that and she said well what is it about the hand guard you know what that is why is that something you want to ban she goes is that that little thing he that goes up i mean these people these politicians and this this continues to this day when you see these idiots with these different things that they want to ban and you know that somebody some mid twenties intern look something up on the on google which by the way is another thing not to use if you've been reading about the what's happening to our privacy on all this stuff but let's say that you matter of fact today when i was looking up stuff i use duck duck go instead of google but you know somebody's handed a piece of paper to her and she goes here reduce and she met and so they want to ban things based on what the and they had no no knowledge about a firearm actually just like they have no knowledge about healthcare.

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"carolyn maloney" Discussed on WINS 1010

WINS 1010

02:20 min | 3 years ago

"carolyn maloney" Discussed on WINS 1010

"The news line is new york congresswoman carolyn maloney good morning lordy lordy and you know where we're here to talk about what about the shutdown how did we get here first of all well well we we've after a good how that uh that kept they kept the government uh we got going it's now in the senate it did not pass in the senate and we were cold back into session at nine o'clock i believe we will turn this around i'm an optimist i hope we will get the government up and running and that we will achieve a deal but in the meantime my constituents are calling me wanting to know what's opened in what's not opened and a a lot of calls coming in on social security for many people that's their only means of support and these checks are going to continue uh comey it's considered essential it's uh automated oh you will be receiving your your social security checks now in the military our military is not going to be coming home the active duty will remain a military contract doors that have already been paid well continue with their their work uh if this continued they'll be guidance from the defense department on who is essential in is who is not uh last time this happened up top top concern was the veteran's affairs they were concerned that the better and so we're not getting the healthcare they disturbed at the 23rd three office but we have built in a a surplus so that the veteran's affairs we'll continue providing veterans services for their employees and we hope to turn the ramp poor you cut back on on their services will remain open personnel is paid uh not by the taxpayer they're selffunding so they are gonna be there now the irs and know a lot of people don't want to pay their taxes but you're going to have to pay your taxes they're gonna keep essential uh workers there although many will be furloughed now on the national park see smithsonian is leaving us know that they're going to be open through the weekend although they will close on uh on monday for you at new york city part of the smithsonian we'll be closed and a by they're going to try to keep all the monuments in areas in washington open four four the.

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"carolyn maloney" Discussed on WINS 1010

WINS 1010

02:24 min | 3 years ago

"carolyn maloney" Discussed on WINS 1010

"Sun and clouds this afternoon will be mostly cloudy tonight not as cold as recent nights gbs lowest thirty nine rather cloudy for starters tomorrow a shower around in the morning be mixing with some what snowflakes or sleep in the hudson valley otherwise clouds will break for sunshine high after hide tomorrow fortyeight clouds and sun tuesday a high again 48 wednesday little warmer with mostly sunny skies high fifty one clear skies now forty three degrees in midtown wins news time 505 a delegation of low economic rats with a rally at city hall earlier today calling on all elected officials to join forces and defeat the tax code bills being proposed by republicans on capitol hill it is this saltanov middle class is this thought new yorkers senator kirsten jilib can succeed in taking away the deductibility of state and local taxes congressman gregory meeks compares this plan to threecard mahdi at his colleague carolyn maloney says represented the biggest heist in new york city history and this from representative a keen jeffries said this is all being done in order to cut taxes for the wealthy and for the well off claims that most americans would benefit because the tax plan can stimulate the economy congressman jerry nadler calls that a scam rallying and win the city hall and talking about the republican tax proposals in the house and senate treasury secretary steve state of the union the middle class gdp tax cuts both plans have for the median family of four over a thousand dollars of tax relief which is quite significant and we actually were in the numbers for even a family of three hundred thousand dollars which is a lot of money there are also getting a mole several thousand dollar tax republican lawmakers want to have a tax cut bill passed in on president trump's desk before christmas wins news time 506 iranian state tv says a seven point two magnitude earthquake has hit the region near the border between iran and iraq the us geological survey issue in orange alert for shaking related fatalities and economic losses to this point no reports of casualties the areas impacted include provinces in the northwestern western and central areas of iran word that many have evacuated their homes wins news time 507 i just stayed hundreds of dollars.

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