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Special events could return to Chicago this summer

WGN Programming

01:08 min | 9 months ago

Special events could return to Chicago this summer

"Good news when it comes to the pandemic events in Chicago may start returning to normal this summer. Glenn Marshall is live in Grant Park with more Glenn. Good morning, Dan. That's more people are starting to get vaccinated. Chicago was receiving some hope. The mayor suggested bringing back those outdoor festivals for this summer making summer 2021 fill a little bit like summer 2019. According to the Chicago Sun Times, the City Council committee authorized the full calendar of special events for the summer. That same article suggests that a mayoral aide hopes the city's $1.8 billion in new federal relief funds will help pay for certain events like the taste of Chicago blues and gospel fest as well as the air and water show. More hope comes out of the convention center, McCormick Place Wrigley Field and guaranteed Rate field have all been authorized to allow 20% capacity. In an interview with Crain's Chicago business, Illinois deputy Governor Dan Hi suggested that the Chicago auto Show could make a return in July of the city of Chicago signs off on it. With more rollouts of the vaccine happening, and restaurants and night life re opening May Laurie Life was believes this summer could resemble Repent Emmett Times,

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"city council committee" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

01:59 min | 1 year ago

"city council committee" Discussed on WTOP

"In both directions as well. As of late. You've got three lanes. Westbound, two lanes eastbound. And for now, no significant delays. As result, Rich 100 wtf traffic, which thank you. Now, let's get your storm team for four day forecast. Here's NBC for Samara. Theodore. Good evening. Good evening. So, you know Temperatures are going to drop into the forties overnight. Now the big story is this storm system that's moving in, and we're going to see rain filling in from the Southwest, first after midnight here. And then it'll become very heavy during the morning hours By tomorrow afternoon, late morning, early afternoon, we could be in for a few showers or storms. And some of those storms could be strong to severe. And we likely see some damaging winds with the severe ones and possibly an isolated tornado highs tomorrow be in the mid to upper sixties. Through your Tuesday partly sunny with the rain chance really dwindling, but a stray shower here. Their highs on Tuesday will be in the mid to upper forties, but it'll feel much colder because of the winds. Wednesday's highs will peak in the upper forties with sunny skies and then by Thursday highs will be in the low fifties with plenty of sunshine right now in D. C. It is 50 degrees 41 in Frederick, Maryland and 41 of Manassas. Tomorrow. Thank you very much 50 degrees outside our studios and friendship heights brought to buy new look home design, no interest and no payments for six months after roofing installation. It's 10 20. Baltimore County public schools going to be close to students to at least Tuesday, state, local and federal officials continue to investigate that ransomware attack that's crippled the school system. Wednesday offices will be open and the staff will receive updates Monday and Tuesday. I t experts is telling the Baltimore Sun that online classes will be back in about a week or two. Maybe sooner. Restoring the network could take weeks. Well should some inmates get out of prison early in D. C. The villages to prove by a City Council committee says yes, the victim's voice is given the greatest ways. That's what.

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"city council committee" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:28 min | 1 year ago

"city council committee" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Is also being logistical issue for special large counties. So we have hired some outside groups to help with logistics side, another outside group, which is really designed Hey, Emma. Procedures and processes were gonna use and giving out the instruction. Director Gabriel Sterling. Speaking on behalf of Georgia. Secretary of State Brad Rafting, Spur GER. And on the president elect's schedule. Today was a conversation with Pope Francis, the president elect received congratulations from Pope Francis. According to a statement from Mr Biden's transition team. The president elect told the pope he wants to work together on issues affecting the poor immigrants and refugees along with addressing climate change. Mr Biden will be the first Catholic president since JFK at CBS is Steve Dorsey in Washington. Meanwhile, the Massachusetts state Legislature is currently debating the Commonwealth's annual budget, which includes the issue of abortion across the state on the Roman Catholic bishops of Massachusetts were out with a statement today asking the state not to pass an amendment that would expand access to the procedure. They say the church opposes present provision that would allow abortion under certain, Sir From stance is a 24 weeks of pregnancy on lowering the age that requires parental approval from 18 to 16 years old. The law already protects abortions after 24 weeks if the mother's life is in danger, but would expand that also includes situations where the child is diagnosed with a fatal fetal abnormality abnormality. MBT a proposed service cuts this week and the arguments keep coming against them. Here's WBC's Karen Regal, appearing before Boston City Council committee and allegedly with the Austin Brighton Health Collaborative, says more needs to be done with developers asking them to pay to support the MB ta We as a city and as advocates need to go back very strongly to any development, proposed and say. You need to contribute to our already functioning public transit system. Do not create your own private system. We have a shuttle service. It's the MB ta. We've all seen those private bus is rolling around town councilors talked about a free MBT a arguing for it, saying it costs almost as much to take in fares as affairs themselves. Take in. Karen Regal, WBZ Boston's news radio in New York. Today, a number of residents are not happy with Governor Andrew Cuomo's new covert restrictions and some are asking questions. I think it's a little ridiculous.

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"city council committee" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

03:03 min | 1 year ago

"city council committee" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Degrees in Boston at two o'clock. Good afternoon. I'm Ben Parker. Here's what's happening. Governor Charlie Baker took a tour today of a school in Carlisle, which is in person learning. The governor has wanted kids back in schools. Despite the covert pandemic in the governor says many special needs programs have been in person all through the summer and into the fall. The real issue here is can people learn from those who've been successful? Incorporate some of those learnings into the way they do it in their own environment so that we can all do what the docks on the pediatricians and the parents and so many others were saying, which is give kids the socialization and the in person education, which is especially for the lower grades. So critical to their ability to learn. The governor, along with the secretary of Education and Department of Elementary and Secondary Education Commissioner have been pushing for more districts to move away from full, remote loading and switched to a hybrid format that gets more Children back into schools in communities where covert cases are not in the high risk category. Massachusetts had nearly 2500 newly reported Kobe cases on Wednesday. They were also 37 duly reported Deaths, infections of covert 19 continuous spike In many parts of the country and today some new concerns and warnings about the rise in cases the numbers air record breaking 144,000 New Cove in 19 cases in the U. S on Wednesday. Every state seeing cases climbs 65,000 people are hospitalized in the U. S infectious disease specialist Dr Todd L. Lauren says new lockdowns look likely We're heading in the wrong direction fast. I do believe that parts of the country are going to have to lock down in order to get this Virus under control. You know, Paso, Texas is stay at home order is being extended until December. New YORK, New Jersey in parts of California are reinstituting rules. Alex Stone, ABC News Developing news out of mold in where State police say Just after 12 30 this afternoon, a shooting happened on Beach Street Police. State troopers shot the suspect. No word on their condition at this time. No Ongoing threat to public vote will continue to follow developments as they become known through the afternoon. The E T. A is looking to cut service. Those opposed to such a move continue to look for ways to keep that from happening. Appearing before a Boston City Council committee and allegedly with the Allston Brighton Health Collaborative, says more needs to be done with developers asking them to pay to support the MB ta we as a city and as advocates need to go back very strongly to any development. Proposed and say you need to contribute to our already functioning public transit system. Do not create your own private system. We have a shuttle service. It's the MB ta. We've all seen. Those private bus is rolling around town councilors talked about a free MBT a arguing for it, saying it costs almost as much to take in fares as affairs themselves. Take in. Aeryn Rygel WBZ Boston's news radio. Also following some developing news this afternoon on Nantucket, Ah, home explosion on Woodbury Lane, according to the Enquirer and Mirror allowed Explosion was heard across the island just after noon time by 12 30 Flames that consumed what was left of that home pictures on social media showed debris littered.

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"city council committee" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

02:56 min | 1 year ago

"city council committee" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Patrols for the Labor Day holiday. Ninth Ward Alderman Anthony Beal says it takes a holistic effort to get improvement in the city's neighborhoods. If we create jobs and opportunity like we have done here in the fifth District in the ninth Ward Crime is down all over 40% because we've been ableto bring private public dollars together over $435 million to create 1600 full time job. CPD says murders are down 50% and shootings down 18% since enacting a new policing strategy six weeks ago. Mayor Life it is optimistic about the weekend, but it will be peaceful, but she's concerned about covert 19 people will gather. In large groups and ignore the public health guidance. That's my biggest concern for this weekend In Chicago, the Department of Public Health says Corona virus has now spread through small gatherings where people let their guard down with people they trust. White House Chief Economist adviser Larry Kudlow says the economy is well on its way to recovery. This is just in four months. We're more than halfway back from where we started in a terrible pandemic. His comments come after Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden says only people at the tapper seeing a recovery while those in the middle and below are seeing things get things getting worse. Kudlow says the unemployment drop has been widespread, including a minority populations as well as among those without college degrees today Marks 100 days of protesting in Portland, Oregon, Governor Kate Brown says several bills have been passed for police, accountability and investment in minority communities she caused at the beginning of the state's effort to fight in equities. The Pentagon's plan to shut down the military's independent newspaper Stars and Stripes and a major roadblock today, President Trump announced he won't allow this on his watch. The publication was supposed to end at the end of the month, is by congressional efforts to fund the century old newspaper. A City Council committee has approved a weekend planned to restrict flavor nicotine products in the city. Southwest side. Alderman Matt O'Shea had been pushing for a ban on the sale of all flavored nicotine products, but retailers push back They said business would move to the suburbs if flavored cigars and menthol cigarettes were banned. Some aldermen also said a band would fuel again controlled black market of the products. So in the end, the committee approved a plan that would only make selling flavored Vaping products Illegal Steve Bertrand, WG and News A man shot by a Cook County sheriff's deputy earlier this week, has been charged with gun possession and assault. 28 year old Darrel Foster was held without bail. The shooting happened Wednesday evening after an officer patrolling near Stickney tried to stop a speeding car that didn't have a front license plate. And had illegal illegally tinted windows WG and sports. Here's Kevin Powell. The White Sox have won 13 of 17 there half a game back of the Indians for the division lead tonight. They go for two straight wins against the last place Royals in Kansas City socks heading 3 84 with 31 runs over the last three games of Kauffman Stadium. Dane Dunning makes his third career start pre games at 6 30. With Mark Sadowski first pitch. It's seven or five..

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Chicago City Council committee approves $6.65M in police settlements

WGN Nightside

01:03 min | 1 year ago

Chicago City Council committee approves $6.65M in police settlements

"City Council Finance Committee has approved several settlements worth more than $6.5 million. It is for lawsuits brought against the Chicago Police Department. The biggest payout 3.8 million is going if the full City Council agrees to former police officer Laura Kubiak. She was a sign of the department's media relations office. She was verbally And physically threatened by another officer while at work. She filed a complaint and was subsequently reassigned or midnight shift on a high crime area. Alderman Alderman Scott Scott Walker's Walker's back back Your Your Chairs Chairs Finance Finance Committee Committee says says her her case case should should have have been been settled settled years years ago ago We've We've seen seen here here is is that that the the former former law law department department and and former employees that were the supervisor of Officer Kubiak probably could have Dealt with eight years ago, and it was just kicking the can down the road on guy think that the cost to taxpayers one up over time the full council has to vote on the settlements. The dollar rounds, though, are according to most experts not expected to change.

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Seattle City Council committee votes to loan $70M for West Seattle bridge repair

News, Traffic and Weather

01:21 min | 1 year ago

Seattle City Council committee votes to loan $70M for West Seattle bridge repair

"Threats from lasers and the Seattle Police Foundation is doing something to protect them. Sherry's gag her with the foundation says they've started a got your six campaign, which means got your back. She spoke with Jon Carl's from from our sister station K. V. I. So our goal without you sick is to raise 365,000 over the next month to show Seattle police officers that the community has their back 365 days of the year. And our first commitment is to purchase laser eye protection for all SPD officers. So far they have raised more than $80,000 toward their $365,000 goal. Student teachers say they

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"city council committee" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

03:12 min | 1 year ago

"city council committee" Discussed on KOMO

"FM, 97 7 Good afternoon 12 31 from the Comb 0 24 hour news Center. I'm Jeff Pooja. Look, here's what we're following Police in Seattle are free to continue. Usually tear gas and other non lethal crowd control measures is a federal judge continues to block a city council ban was Gerwin Haig has the UPDATES. Responding to a Department of Justice request, U. S. District Court Judge James Robart is extending the temporary restraining order that prevents implementation of that City Council ban. That means crowd control measures, including tear gas will remain in the police tool kit. The council passed the ban in June after the public complained about aggressive policing during black lives matter protests that has made new fearful to continue to protest. It hasn't been me fearful to use my First Amendment right? Fanning these weapons and practices are the least the City council can do to begin healing the communities that have been terrorized by the police for decades. The judge's order now remains in effect until September 18th Corwin hey Koe, MO News. The Seattle City Council committee voted yesterday or the vote yesterday could lead to drastic changes in the way the city responds to homeless encampments. It was Joel Marino has the story. For the past three years. People living in tents have gotten regular visits from the navigation team, which was intended to help campers transition to shelters. Jordi, right, says it hasn't always worked out there. Just police still You know they did help him. I tell you to pack up and leave the specialized unit pairs. Police officers with outreach workers from some neighbors value the efforts. We've got a few times where they've come in and swept On DH tried to get people into housing and to get help, but not everyone wants help on a 54 votes, City Council members now appear ready to dismantle the team. The City Council also considering elimination of all funding for the unit, and redirecting that money, the community programs for the homeless. Portland police declared a ride in that city overnight prompted protesters set fires outside their precincts and destroyed security cameras. Then one point officers not there was some kind of explosive device left outside, but it turns out There was not their new developments in a murder at Seattle's Capitol Hill occupied protest zone. Como's called Miller has more on the killing of a 19 year old by the name of Lorenzo Anderson. It was on the morning of June 20th. Anderson died at Harbor View Medical Center. And now the King County prosecutor has filed a murder charge against 18 year old Marcel Long, according to charging documents long confronted Anderson with a gun. He then chased him and opened fire. Anderson was shot at least four times Detective Are still trying to track down along so far. They haven't had any luck, but I believe that the city let me down. Let my son down, let the community down. Anderson's mother, Danita Sinclair, filed a wrongful death claim against the city of Seattle late last month, saying city leaders created a dangerous environment and allowing chopped toe happen. That's Como's Cole Miller. Come on news time. 12 24. Excuse me, 12 30 for Let's get a check with roads. Here's Marina Rock, Inger. Well, it looks like we do have a new problem on the roadways.

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"city council committee" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

03:06 min | 1 year ago

"city council committee" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Of the state National Guard arrive they will be here doing temperature checks and health screenings at the entrance of the campus the Illinois department of Human Services which oversees the facility says having the Air National Guard on site will free up Ludeman staff to be able to work directly with resident male life its nominee for Chicago police superintendent faces a virtual confirmation hearing today former Dallas police chief David Brown will meet with the city council public safety committee virtually because of the covert nineteen quarantine if the older like what they hear from him brown's confirmation will be sent to the full city council a ride in a Tennessee uber gave last month an impression on the driver of that uber driver Tammy Rivera told people magazine one of her passengers last month was a nurse who was hungry after working an overnight shift Rivera says their conversation encouraged her to raise money to buy meals for medical staff members working during the corona virus pandemic so she did it and so far she's raised more than twelve thousand dollars for food now let's get an update on WGN sports and with that here's Dave Benett thank you Steve good morning viewers start for better times in sports finally get their long awaited look at something fresh there wasn't a replay of an old game or video game the last time the last dance the highly anticipated docu series on the bulls last championship team made its debut last night on ESPN the first two episodes premiering last matter getting generally rave reviews after detailing the shaky relationship between GM Jerry Krause and Phil Jackson dance Scotty Pippen Michael Jordan's college days of North Carolina and his resistance to a minutes limitation after a foot injury his second year with the bulls the next two episodes will air next week more on this later on this morning it's draft week in the NFL the draft begins Thursday with the first round the bears don't have a first round pick but they do have to around two on Friday on the whole of the Blackhawks the northwestern Wildcats and white Sox baseball day that it WGN sports your money on WGN the opening bell rings this morning after stocks closed out last week on a high note as a new drug showed promise in treating coronavirus markets also got a boost from a huge surge in Boeing shares and the White House talk about re opening the economy in some states Dow Jones gained seven hundred four points on Friday the S. and P. gained seventy five the nasdaq added up one hundred seventeen points this morning though futures are in the red Dow futures are down nearly three hundred points nasdaq futures off nearly fifty eight points almost a half a percent S. and P. futures are down at about thirty two points more than a percent this morning markets are mixed in Europe higher in London and in Paris lower in Frankfort and lots of red on the screen from Asia this morning in Japan off nearly a percent in the Hong Kong up nearly a quarter and in China of nearly a half a percent Wells Fargo is accused of favoring businesses that borrowed large amounts of money under the corona virus relief bills.

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"city council committee" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

02:18 min | 2 years ago

"city council committee" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"Denver city council committee debating a proposal to create a carbon tax to raise money to combat climate change the member Joe on Clark is sponsoring a two prong proposal to create an office of climate action sustainability and resiliency as a new separate office within the city under the mayor's office and to refer to the Denver voters a pollution tax on natural gas and electricity usage on commercial and industrial users Clark says small businesses in the city would pay about six percent on their energy bills and that would amount to fifteen to twenty one dollars more a month on their energy bills collects hoping to get the tax issue in next year's November ballot Denver International Airport is giving a pink slip to the contractor the great hall project this termination gives us control of the project going forward we can now complete them for the project in a timely manner ensure that the impacts of construction on the traveling public and on our business partners or minimize the I. A.'s Kim dae says the two sides were far apart to the cost and schedule of the great halls renovation the contractor blame defective concrete airport officials say there wasn't defective concrete the president is twenty that he's been told by intelligence officers that the Chinese government is moving troops to the border with Hong Kong there been pro democracy protests in that city for more than a month Broncos fans will not be seeing rookie players sporting funky hair cut this year because other last open practice of twenty nineteen Tuesday and head coach Vic Fangio explain why we haven't seen the fun Ricky hair cuts that have been somewhat of a mainstay in previous camps I just don't believe in hazing there's traditions that stay put you know guys are getting up in front of the team and doing a little scared every night maybe a rookies Karen somebody's pads off the field bring in in the don't answer the breakfast but nothing physical Stevens back Kareem Jackson a rookie linebacker league read were held out of Tuesday's work the Broncos are off Wednesday back on the field Thursday before welcoming the forty Niners Friday and Saturday for joint practices you see a training center Brandon crista all in his radio I know musical about the life of princess Diana is heading to Broadway show will star performances in New York City March second with opening night set for March thirty first Rockies are playing the Diamondbacks tonight at Coors field our coverage starts at six first pitch at six forty our next news updates at three o'clock I'm Susan weekend Kaylee newsradio eight fifty AM and in ninety four one FM.

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"city council committee" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

01:54 min | 2 years ago

"city council committee" Discussed on KOMO

"The law will no longer be able to collect DNA samples and sex crimes or domestic violence cases that from Kelly Harris with the city attorney's office to the city council committee on legislation to change city code samples are only just for finding future crimes are also continues forget to exonerate people have been wrong convicted of crimes these are in the in the state database so it serves a dual purpose the changes required before the city can send its backlog of six hundred and fifty DNA samples to the state crime lab for testing measure must be approved by the full council before the end of the year selection started today in the trial of the man accused of shooting about Vernon police officer Ernesto Rivas is charged with attempted murder and other crimes in the shooting of officer Mike McLaury December of two thousand sixteen McLaury survived but lost part of his eyesight opening statements could happen as early as Monday the car is expected to testify said accident to come of this morning a semi truck driver was killed como su Romero report just after eight this morning a truck driver was pulled over on north bound five your Pacific Avenue witnesses watched the driver exit the vehicle and then go underneath the vehicle doing or making what appeared to be repairs to the truck itself to for Jon Batiste diss that's when the semi started rolling again and the man believed to be in his sixties was struck and killed she says investigators are looking into what may have been wrong with the truck Romero como news Washington state's house of representatives has a new speaker representative Lori Jinkins of two comma the first female and first openly gay speaker Jenkins was elected at the meeting of the house Democrats caucus which she says is the most diverse the state's ever seen I'm really proud to be the first woman the first lesbian serving in this position I believe very very strongly that the diversity of our caucus.

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"city council committee" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

01:53 min | 2 years ago

"city council committee" Discussed on KOMO

"Longer be able to collect DNA samples and sex crime or domestic violence cases that from Kelly Harris with the city attorney's office to the city council committee on legislation to change city code samples are only just for finding future crimes are also continues forget to exonerate people who have been wrong convicted of crimes these are in the in the state database so it serves a dual purpose the changes required for the city can send its backlog of six hundred and fifty DNA samples to the state crime lab for testing measure must be approved by the full council before the end of the year jury selection started today in the trial of a man accused of shooting about Vernon police officer earnest a revised is charged with attempted murder and other crimes in the shooting of officer Mike McLaury December of two thousand sixteen McLaury survived but lost part of his eyesight opening statements could happen as early as Monday McLaury is expected to testify sad action in the Tacoma this morning a semi truck driver was killed almost sure amero report just after eight this morning a truck driver was pulled over on north bound five your Pacific Avenue witnesses watched the driver exit the vehicle and then go underneath the vehicle doing or making what appeared to be repairs to the truck itself to for Jon Batiste diss that's when the semi started rolling again and the man believed to be in his sixties was struck and killed she says investigators are looking into what may have been wrong with the truck Romero como news Washington state's house of representatives has a new speaker representative Lori Jinkins of two comma the first female and first openly gay speaker Jenkins was elected to the meeting of the house Democrats caucus which she says is the most diverse the state has ever seen I'm really proud to be the first woman the first lesbian serving in this position I believe very very strongly that the diversity of our caucus.

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"city council committee" Discussed on KZSC 88.1 FM Santa Cruz

KZSC 88.1 FM Santa Cruz

05:33 min | 2 years ago

"city council committee" Discussed on KZSC 88.1 FM Santa Cruz

"A punchline for public news service i'm rise brown at an assembly hearing today in sacramento lawmakers were to highlight ways educators can inspire more african american males students to stay in school and work to achieve their goals suzanne potter reports they assemble select committee on ending what's often called the school to prison pipeline midst today it will hear from the team behind a report on reclaiming the premise of racial equity for black males in california sociology professor dr angela williams is a member of the california federation of teachers taskforce on the subject he says he'd like to see a state program to promote diversity among teachers and administrators let's focus on not only attracting more african american men to professor let's develop an intimate programs that intentionally help defy recruit developer maintain back no educators and classified staff a u._c._l._a. study found that the ratio between white male students and teachers in california is fifteen to one for black males it's v fifty four to one seventy seven to one for asian males and one hundred fourteen to one for latino males the hearing takes place at ten a._m. at the state capital the committee is expected to continue studying the issue and could propose legislation for next year to implement the reports recommendations williams points out that our study from johns hopkins university found black students are more likely to graduate if they have even one black teacher and having an african american teacher for african american students and for other students in fact is a benefit the report also recommends training teachers and staff on racial equity and unconscious bias and forming partnerships with trade unions to funnel kids into apprenticeship it also supports restorative justice programs that rely on community service and counseling in place of suspensions and expulsions for public news service i'm suzanne potter an oakland city council committee voted last night to approve a ban on police use of facial recognition technology some council members and citizens complained to could be used to target specific racial groups and some see the technology as an invasion of privacy and civil liberties k._p._f._a.'s sean finally has the story oakland's public safety committee recommended the facial recognition ben the committee cited multiple studies from tech companies and m._i._t. the demonstrate technologies inaccuracy and potential for abuse the study found that the software incorrectly identified woman of color up to thirty five percent of the time also on tuesday the united nations called for a moratorium on surveillance technology council president rebecca kaplan says the band represents another step in eliminating racial bias in the oakland police department i want to be clear that i knowledge that this one technology is by no means the only question and our work on the broader the problem of racial profiling and the specific targeting of black people does need to continue i don't want to suggest that this one issue would sold all of that but nevertheless i think it's important as technology evolves that we don't have implementation of things that would make these problems worse that we have an opportunity to step in prior to having a new expanded racial bias problem the oakland police department asked the committee an amendment to the band which would only outlaw real time facial recognition the police said this would allow them to use previously recorded footage to expedite and improve their recognition of suspects bruce stuff macher from the police departments research and planning unit put forward his case for the amended ban so arguably o._p._d. does need some types of technology to help solve more more of these crimes and that's why we're asking for an amendment ban an amended ban that just balances these complete these competing challenges so all we're doing is asking for that future possibility as we strive to balance probably privacy with public safety the committee rejected the proposed amendments watchdog organization say facial recognition software is not only ineffective and inaccurate but it also violates the privacy of individuals here's a. c. l. u. attorney matt cable american islamic relations member samir who's mon- and share of the city's privacy commission brian holford facial recognition we'll make oakland irs less safe this is a technology that gives the government and unprecedented power to track people to know where they are who they associated with some manufacturers even occurred to build identify how people feel it's a chilling of our free speech people would be more concerned about whether or not they should be in public or at these gatherings with a high error rate when mo- searches don't return a good match when injury to our democracy and right to privacy is so clear we conclude concerns far outweigh the benefits to ban will move forward to a full vote of the city council on july sixteenth if the measure passes oakland would become the second major city to ban the technology san francisco bandit last month sean plano reporting for k._p._f._a. a new bill a._b. eight seventy nine in the california legislature would regulate what are called ghost guns firearms that escaped background checks and registration requirements because they are assembled from individual gun parts purchased separately according.

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"city council committee" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

760 KFMB Radio

01:50 min | 2 years ago

"city council committee" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

"San Diego's closest casino, the hostility between President Trump and house speaker Nancy Pelosi is ratcheting up with these questioning the other fitness for duty CBS news. White House correspondent Steven Portnoy reports on today's back and forth with the house speaker accusing the president of engaging in a cover-up, Mr. Trump now calls. Pelosi a mess. She's lost it. The president insists he maintained a calm demeanor at his brief meeting with Democrats at which he said, they'll be no deals while they investigate him. Pelosi described it as a temper tantrum. Let them get this angst out of their belt. And when it is Rica do things. So quick your head will spin, Mr. Trump's shrugs off talk of impeachment. I don't think people are going to stand for Steven Portnoy, CBS news, the White House. Congress has moving to block, most of the illegal robo calls plaguing the nation, the Senate passed Bill today, giving regulators more power to target scammers CBS news. Alison keys report. So legislature passed ninety seven to one in the Senate, and it has the support from both consumer groups and the telecom industry, South Dakota Republican John thune says Americans wanted action on this, hopefully, they will be the beneficiaries when it signed into law of a lot fewer of these nuisance calls Senate minority leader Chuck Schumer called on the house to vote on the Bill immediately, the FCC is set to vote in June to allow carriers to block scam calls by default Alison keys, CBS news, Washington. The more things change the more. They stay the same, and that seems to be the attitude of city council committee is taking on too island, turning down a plan to upgrade the island and leaving things the way they are. Our news as Kelly has it all has more after more than two hours of public comments. The committee members spoke preservation of open space is very, very important, and with that I make a motion to recommend option B and forward this item to the full city council, the final.

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"city council committee" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

WLS-AM 890

04:37 min | 3 years ago

"city council committee" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

"Amar warren. We just picked up the sun times endorsement today and former superintendent Gary McCarthy who is our guest last night. And also, this gentleman state ramp was Sean Ford from the west side of Chicago down in Springfield most days, but travelling home because the forum just concluded taping. We'll watch tonight at nine thirty, Sean. How do you feel you did I think, you know, Mike was good? Mike Flannery was good. I, you know, it was one of those things that I find it very difficult to be controversial. If if we don't really if not called for so it was a form and not so much of a debate. So it's hard to just go nelin people win. It's not debate. I really wanted to beat. So that we could really sorta meaning could be what it's say. You know, tell me about it in my business. You have to amp up all this in. Righteous indignation on-command you have to be able to deliver all the time in my business. I get what you're you're talking about. Yes. At all times, you should be able to do it. And you should be ready to attack your opponents. But you know, what every time I think that if I text someone that's an opportunity for me to be able to say something good about what I wanna do for the city. So it's a one of those things that you wait either you're going to be negative or are you going to be positive and send your message about what's important to you and improving the city. So sometimes you have to do both talking with Leshan Ford. I'll be ready in my bowl of popcorn and my diet. Coca tonight. I believe nine thirty on FOX Chicago. Let's talk about ethics. I know that you want to ban alderman privilege. I think that's a great idea. You want a two-term limit for mayor possible term limits for city council committee, chairman ships, you want to allow for the possibility of a recall vote of the mayor. But how do you wind up a limit? Outside income for alderman. You know, this is a sticky wicket that Burke and others have gotten themselves into. Because you know, there is the time Tony affect where he owns his restaurant. And you have to ask yourself really want, Tom. Tony do I have to give up his restaurant when it probably would have little to no impact on his job as an alderman. But when you have jobs like real estate development, and you have tax consulting jobs things that are directly impacting the city business. You know, you have to limit that it's more than just it's more than just recusing yourself. Famously alderman Edberg recused himself from hundreds of cases. And yet does law firm, obviously, the clear implication was going to recuse myself from the vote, but if you use my firm, this is my this is my conjecture look at things go as smoothly. And that's why you have to eliminate those type of extra jobs. You can't have those type. Of jobs because just the presence of going to a Burke firm sends the message that you might want to do business with the Burks firm, even though Burke is not going to get a check from his firm will get it which means that he's a partner, which means he benefit. Yeah. You know, we have to eliminate that type of corruption because it is corruption on its face. It takes away if anybody else there are so many qualified tax accountant out they're tax experts property taxes that will never ever get a call because they can't get the job done the way the well connected. Get Sadat Leshan Ford is here. He is currently a state rep from the west side would like to be your next mayor. I wanna go through some of the other things, obviously, you support the graduated state income tax. That's a foregone conclusion. We'll skip that criminal Justice reform. We all want that you're for the casino and the legal sale of marijuana for recreational use now when in the legislature, you actually supported you authored and supported essentially, a house resolution with bipartisan sponsorship, urging that social Justice be the guiding principle in all decision making in Springfield. How exactly does that work over need and cost? You know, what I think that when you? You use social Justice as the guiding principle, then you take care of the duties of government government is supposed to be there to make sure that our communities are safe. Our schools are are producing.

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"city council committee" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

06:43 min | 3 years ago

"city council committee" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"S show continues on today. This is this is only getting worse for its it's. It's getting worse for the attorney general and the Lieutenant governor and governor Ralph Northam who I thought was going to resign on Monday has been able to I guess escape the spotlight because these other guys are stealing it away from him with their bad action as well. Here's the thing. I mean, I'm looking at the Associated Press wire right now, and it's still says black face still leads it Virginia politics slash black face, not Virginia politics slash sexual assault, which is still odd to me. Yeah. I agree. You mentioned that yesterday. And I hadn't thought about that. But that this issue of sexual assault is is still secondary to the idea that these guys were wearing black face back in the eighties, the sexual assault took place, you know, fifteen years ago allegedly and the the Lieutenant governor is now accused of also when this came up. Saying something along the lines of F that be back on Monday. When I guess the allegation was was was brought back into the public light. That is not the way to go about doing the we'll talk more about this whole Virginia S show coming up in a little bit next hour. Justin Worsham is gonna as going to join us. The host of the dad podcast interesting issue about marijuana in California because it is legal recreationally. Parents are now forced to deal with house rules for marijuana which was never a thing before. So we'll talk about that with him coming up at eleven here about the Cindy McCain story, it's just so bizarre. Cindy McCain, of course, John McCain's widow was on a radio station in Glendale, Arizona, K tar. And she's talking about human trafficking, and she references an incident that she saw occur at Phoenix sky harbor international airport outage from homeland security, if you see something say something and that very thing happened to me in Phoenix airport. Not last Friday, I came in from from a trip by dental on. And I bought it. It looked at it was it was an woman of different SSD than the child is little toddler. She had something didn't something didn't click with me. I use I tell people trust your gut. I went over to the police, and I told him what I thought and they went they went over and in questioner by God. She was trapped, you know. A toddler. Yeah. Just last Friday, wait for the guy. She was waiting for the guy who bought the child. So Phoenix police are saying officers did respond to that call at Cindy McCain's request, but they were able to determine there was no evidence of criminal conduct or child endangerment. There's a very dangerous thing that she did in that. In her comments to this radio station. First of all, I don't know if they told her if the Phoenix police told her, hey, you're right. That guy was seller buying that baby. Or whatever it is. But she just profiled anybody who through an adoption or through some other means has a child that doesn't look like them. And that's a very dangerous thing, especially in an international airport. Now, I'm not saying human trafficking doesn't exist. Because clearly it does. But just because Cindy, McCain sees somebody whose skin color doesn't match the adult that there with doesn't mean that that is a sign of sex trafficking, human trafficking. It is dangerous especially when it comes from somebody as well respected as Cindy McCain. Arizona, suddenly, you know, people hear that. And they start seeing signs of child trafficking everywhere. Right in Stevenson ranch or porter ranch or Thousand Oaks, you get this the that's a that is a gosh. That's just a weird story that sending McCain would talk about that. And that somehow she would then. Misconstrue perhaps whatever Phoenix police told her in the follow up. Yes. You are one hundred percent, right. That was a that was an issue of human trafficking when it clearly wasn't. But I don't know. I would that wouldn't raise my IRA wouldn't raise my south fishing right away. I wonder if there maybe was other stuff that she saw that. Why would it your first impression be adoption? That would be my first it wouldn't even. Child trevy wouldn't even occur to me. We're pretty cynical. People would not that would not I look around and think worst case scenario in all places, and it still wouldn't occurred to me. You saw the worst. When the corn dog came out. Yeah. And I thought that was the euphemism. All right coming up next. We will dive into the latest coming out of Virginia. Looks like elected official knew about that sexual assault allegation a year ago that regard with regards to the Lieutenant governor, Gary and Shannon will continue. We have a thousand bucks. We're going to give away. And when we come back. We'll tell you how you can win it. Monica Rix on it. Weeds a corn dog at the radio station. Like, that's not food you bring from home. Yeah. I even worse. Oh, I I twelve years. I watched that man. Eat in the morning. Nine fifty seven AM who's eating a corn dog at a radio station. And I got in trouble yesterday for eating fruit. Yeah. You did. What John got upset and got upset. What is it? Why is it smell and hair? Smell. Why why are you leave your fruit? Data. Remember, at least they don't have to follow handle because they. Argument was listened I clean this place up before I sit down here. Well, I just spilled again that. All right. Your chances one thousand dollars coming out with Monica. What's going to LA has moved closer to becoming the biggest city to ban selling or making most products. The city council committee voted two to one yesterday to recommend a proposed ordinance banning sales of newly made for fashion. The rule we'll have to go before the full council for a final vote and eight story apartment building has collapsed in stem bull, killing at least ten people about a dozen others were hurt when the building buckled teams searching for survivors have reported hearing promising sounds coming from the rubble, and the Senate Judiciary committee has approved nomination of William bar for attorney general the full US said it will have to fight approval or has served once before as a general under President, George W Bush whether traffic next celebrate fifteen years of art and community at.

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"city council committee" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

01:35 min | 3 years ago

"city council committee" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"I'm Michael Crozier live from the KFI twenty four hour newsroom will be needed to identify four of the five. People killed in Yorba, Linda when a plane crashed into a home two men and two women were in the home that caught fire yesterday NTSB lead investigator at my Smith says finding the cause of the crash will take time. This is one of the challenges that we have right now is to be able to gather and collect all the parts 'cause debris-filled was so huge Smith has asked neighbors to call if they have pieces of plane in their yard, the pilot was a retired Chicago police officer contractors who worked for L A may have to let the city know if they have ties to the city council committee has approved a proposal that kind of requirement measure now goes to the full city council a hospital in Baltimore has been placed on lockdown following the shooting of an employee university of Maryland medical centers chief at Thomas scalea says the twenty four year old hospital employees was shot multiple times yesterday morning is critically ill. He is on life. Support is actively undergoing procedures to treat is injuries. It's PD says the suspected shooter's been taken into custody and likely knew the man he shot a young man in. India says he plans to sue his parents for giving birth to him without his consent Rafael same. Wolf says he's had a great relationship with his parents, but he compares having children to kidnapping and slavery Samuels part of a anti Nadal and nationalist movement, which promotes the belief that it's it's the thing. It's wrong to put an unwilling child through the rigamarole of life for a parents pleasure movements gaining traction in India as younger people resist social pressures to have kids..

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"city council committee" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

01:31 min | 3 years ago

"city council committee" Discussed on KOMO

"And was not housebroken hadn't didn't know how to play with a ball made a lot of progress, and he's just a wonderful family dog. Now. Brian Calvert, KOMO news. A month after he was nominated to be Seattle's permanent director of human services. The mayor's pick has yet to pass out of a Seattle city. Council committee councilwoman Shamas says mayor Jenny durken should withdraw Jason Johnsen's nomination. Until the community has a chance to weigh in that the mayor's office and the city council us, a really transparent and accountable process for appointing the director of the human services department Johnson wasn't inside higher already. The interim director for the last ten months. Seattle times reports H S D has seen its budget grow to nearly two hundred million dollars as the city seeks to help thousands of people in shelters and on the street and a former King County jail inmate is suing the county after he was brutally attacked by his cellmate. Toby Meagher says he was booked into King County jail for assault. When fellow inmate Troy Lee, bashed his face against the cells steel sink, and then stomped his head. The suit says Lee has a history of violence against fellow inmates. Komo news time to ten sports at ten forty past the hour from the Harley exterior sports desk. Tom Glasgow leading off with the first place, husky basketball team kids, the huskies. And Trojans of the doghouse tonight is Washington looks to run it's perfect conference record to aid and DOE center. Noah Dickerson, San he and other senior certainly having fun, this season, poem is awesome..

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"city council committee" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

03:12 min | 3 years ago

"city council committee" Discussed on KOMO

"Time. Carelessness the World War Two vehicle slammed into a bus of north Seattle. College students five were killed in the crash nearly sixty hurt. It was a maintenance issue that Koehler says should have been caught. Did we own? Callers clients are suing ride the ducks Seattle ride, the ducks international the city of Seattle and the state of Washington in Seattle. Jennifer sullivan. Komo news will begin deliberations as early as Monday after a unanimous vote by city council committee today at one hundred sixty million dollar tax on property owners along the Seattle waterfront seems likely Monday. It'll help pay for a new waterfront park and other transportation improvements after the viaduct comes down council. Sally Bagshaw lives in the area and says she's voting in favor of the measures. I believe that our property values are going to increase. I think it's fair that I'm going to be paying an additional eight thousand dollars over twenty years, or whatever my share is property owners object saying this is a cost that should be spread out among all tax payers, data just those near the water largest individual settlement city history's being paid out by Seattle insurers as komo's Brian Calvert tells us the money goes to a woman since. Obviously hurt after being hit by an ambulance. The crash happened back in two thousand sixteen is the ambulance with lights and siren on went through a red light at the intersection of fourth and Seneca. Brooke Taylor had a green light at the same section. The driver's side of her Porsche was hit sending Taylor to Harborview with critical injuries. The attorney would never again be able to return to her high paying job, which is why this settlement is. So high Taylor's attorneys successfully argued that the thirty eight year old had plenty of working years left in her life. And that each of those years, she would earn in excess of a million dollars. That's why the settlement amount totals nearly sixty six million dollars that settlements already been given to the Taylor family, minus a six and a half million dollar deductible insurance paid for this payout. Brian Calvert, KOMO news time, ten forty and for the Harley exterior sports desk girl power on display this weekend at the university of Washington. More from komo's Bill Swartz, talking dawgs, former walk on gentleman has been a bridge between Washington women's. Basketball glory years to a program rebuilding a while. The huskies are one and six in Pac twelve conference play Moser sees tremendous improvement, it this year has been a year perspective and just knowing that a lot of these are the first of the last and so it's like every time we're gonna play the organs on their home floor. And so it puts things in perspective. And it allows me to just like look around even as we say in this Serena now and just enjoy like little moments. The Colton Washington native is enrolled in a U dub masters leadership program fortunate. She says to attend a university where they have a woman president and athletic director girl power here. It's it's a good feeling, and there's a there's a good energy around the women's sports here too. And so honestly, I'm I'm very grateful to be where I am Sunday. Afternoon is national women and girls in sports day at Alaska Airlines arena. I'm Bill Swartz, talking dawgs.

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"city council committee" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

01:52 min | 3 years ago

"city council committee" Discussed on KOMO

"A Seattle city council committee may vote on the waterfront our local improvement district project and sent it to the full council mayor Jenny Durkan announced an agreement with some property owners earlier this month to reduce the size of the proposed tax while giving them input on the waterfronts design and operations that clears the way for the mayor to propose legislation to create a one hundred and sixty million dollar local improvement district smaller than the two hundred million that is anchored property owners for years. Komo's Kelly Koopman. Komo news time seven thirty seven to Tacoma police officers fired for allegedly telling woman to beat her nine year old grandson with a belt are now facing criminal charges. Almost Carleen Johnson reports. Live both officers face charges of third degree assault coercion and official misconduct. They are. Thirty four year old Jessie, Jane her and forty two year old Damian Berge fired three months ago after an internal investigation by Tacoma PD. This incident happened June twenty seventeen to come a news Tribune reports the two officers responded to a call about a boy who reportedly has developmental disabilities. And it threatened to kill his grandmother. They had been to the home before two social workers were there at the time. And according to charging papers, they say officer, Berge encouraged. The grandmother do hit the boy with a belt officer, Jane or they say then held the nine year old down as the grandmother struck the boy twenty to twenty five times with Berge allegedly instructing the woman to quote beat the demons out of the boy, and who represents officer Jane said his client will plead not guilty says prosecutors dragged their feet far too long a charging decision. And he says those officers were trained to suggest to parents or guardians they could use corporal punishment. They're going to be in court, February first Carleen Johnson, KOMO news. How would you like to live like a hall of Famer Edgar Martinez? Bellevue penthouse at one Lincoln tower is on the market for just under ten million dollars..

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Airbnb rules clear another hurdle after 3 years of debate at L.A. City Council

Morning Edition

01:24 min | 3 years ago

Airbnb rules clear another hurdle after 3 years of debate at L.A. City Council

"Besides their primary residence the plan was pushed by councilman Mitchell. Englander he says the so so-called. Vacation rentals are different than short term rentals and should be allowed with minimal restrictions councilman. Mike Bonnin was among those who objected telling the LA times that Englanders plan was quote a Christmas gift to the short term rental industry. The city says its goal now is to pass ordinance governing vacation rentals by next July. That's when the new short term rental rules would take effect if they pass for KCRW. I'm Darrel sets men and a city council committee is recommending giving a nearly one hundred million dollar public subsidy to accompany proposing to upgrade the convention center and expand existing hotel.

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Iraqi protesters set fire to Iran consulate in southern city

Morning Edition

00:51 sec | 3 years ago

Iraqi protesters set fire to Iran consulate in southern city

"Good morning. They're six more days until New York's primary election last night, the four democratic candidates for state attorney general took the debate stage to make their case for the I'm Richard Hake. New Jersey's Hudson county is dropping a federal contract hold the tain immigrants and its local jail. Also, look back at the highlights of yesterday's questioning of supreme court nominee. Brad Kavanagh people were asked to raise their hand. Give a hand how many people believe a sitting as a matter of law that a sitting president cannot be indicted during the term of office. We saw the videotape. You raise your hand. And it seems like falls on its way Sunday and only be in the sixties, but one of the great joys of summer still available. We'll talk about ripe

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NTSB says one death reported after engine failure in Southwest jet

Colorado's Morning News

01:24 min | 3 years ago

NTSB says one death reported after engine failure in Southwest jet

"To raise the pot tax from three point five to five point five percent it would add an additional eight million bucks a year and we must think marijuana industry for stepping up saying we want to be a part of the solution i think that's huge and i think underscores kinda the the values that this industry has brought to the table and denver from day one the mayor along with the denver housing authority unveiled the proposal yesterday before a city council committee your colorado avalanche back in their opening round playoff series they outgun nashville last night five to three in her head coach jared bednarz says his team felt fed off the home crowd guys we're ready to go right from the start tonight you know great energy into building again fans were awesome our guys were energized and we run our toes in the aggressors early in that game and it paid off for us superstar eight mckinnon scoring twice in the win the apps are now down two games to one in that series game for tomorrow night at pepsi center who it's exciting as it will have more with mike reiss and sports at eight fifteen colorado springs police are going to be swearing in a new offer officer this morning our first four year old and it's officer joshua an officer joshua has some real physical challenges ahead of him yeah the four year olds dealing with stage four cancer and will be undergoing chemo later this week his mother is stationed at peterson air force base his father is a pastor good for him and good for that police department zerorez carpet care brings us that look at news this half hour.

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Willie and Ferrell discussed on Bill Handel

Bill Handel

00:45 sec | 3 years ago

Willie and Ferrell discussed on Bill Handel

"Yeah i'll i'll explain i know you're giving me the weird look but let me explain how those two willie are very very close that's coming right up kfi am six forty jennifer jones lee and l city council committee has approved a draft ordinance designed to protect illegal immigrant renters the measure would make it illegal for landlords to ask attended about his or her citizenship status actor will ferrell has been taken to the hospital after a crash on the five in mission viejo the chauffeured suv ferrell was riding in last night flipped in the crash three other people in the suv including the driver were also hurt this age p says one person in the car had major injuries and ralston food for lesser looking to fill more than six hundred open positions in so cal the grocery chain has parttime.

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Jared Kushner's family business faked documents, made millions: AP

Morning Edition

02:09 min | 4 years ago

Jared Kushner's family business faked documents, made millions: AP

"Listening to npr news this is wnyc in new york good morning i'm richard hake seven zero four thirty four degrees fair skies expect a high near forty five degrees today a city council committee is launching an investigation into jared kushner's family real estate business this after housing advocates reveal that kushner companies routinely filed false documents with city tactic some landlords used a force out rent regulated tenants oversight and investigations committee chairman ritchie torres says the violations were discovered by crosschecking publicly available information from city agencies these falsifications the lies of kushner companies was in plain view with hidden in plain view so it's a classic case of the right hand not knowing what the left hand is doing torres says the investigation will culminate in a report addressing communication between city agencies the kushner companies did not immediately respond to a request for comment some top city and state democrats are calling on governor cuomo and legislative leaders to pass an early voting measure they're pushing to make it part of the budget which is being hammered out behind closed doors attorney general eric schneiderman says impeding voting is unamerican more than three dozen other states allow early voting how bad are we we're being used as examples by states trying to restrict voting that they're still not as bad as new york that we've got to turn that around this year schneiderman spoke at a rally with progressive activists yesterday in manhattan he says the steady stream of corruption trials involving state officials like the recent conviction of a former cuomo aid means the time has never been better to pressure state lawmakers on early voting new york city transit president andy byford says one of the best ways to improve the city subway system is to increase train capacity by rolling out the communications based train control system it's already in place on the l line by says cbc effectively allows trains to talk to each other and his on its way to new lines now we're about to put it in on flushing we'll go to culver and to queens boulevard next but i want to get to the big guns i wanna do the lex line i wanted to the one two and three he spoke about the plan on the john customer td's radio show by says he's also prioritizing bus service amid slipping ridership.

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