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Fresh "Commissioner" from News and Perspective with Taylor Van Cise
"Infrastructure, every best capacity of anyone. So this stuff put a lot of people work in person. Early voting also underway in Virginia people lining up outside today at polling places wet, some wearing masks. In Virginia Beach voters waited for hours in the rain to cast their ballots. Roger Stevens among them too. Go in you They show your I d card to get a ballot and go do it. It took me longer to fill out the vomit that I did to get get it. People can cast their early ballots until October 31st their fire crews still battling wildfires in Western states. Washington State's commissioner of public Lands Hillary, France today says the big hollow fire in southern Washington has burned more than 24,000 acres of land. About 25% contained a majority of the fires that have happened over the last 10 11 days. We're all humans, but we haven't had lightning, right, um and show the fourth leg and stools helping people get educated to not start fires. Stocks closing lower for the week..
Last Day On The Job For New York City Sanitation Commissioner Kathryn Garcia
"It is the last day on the job for New York City's sanitation Commissioner Kathryn Garcia. She is Considering a run for mayor of the big time, and I think that I'm looking at it very seriously. The possibility of running for mayor a noontime ceremonial walkouts planned at
Fresh update on "commissioner" discussed on 10 10 WINS 24 Hour News
"Forward to a whole weekend off. She gotta send off with pipes and drums as she walked out of sanitation headquarters for the last time this commissioner Deputy Commissioner for recycling and sustainability. Bridget Anderson says Garcia did a lot to bring. The uniformed and civilian sides of the department together for operations were out there in the streets every day, but we're also doing planning. We're doing engineering were doing policy and she really found a way to bring together those two sides, so we're really working together a lot better, Garcia said. On her last day, she told workers they taught her a lot like sanitation lingo, terms like shrinking or coast to coast. For going out of town or mongo are swell. I think they got a little bit of a kick out of that or clean garbage as she considers her possible next move, she says she is concerned about the department going into the winter with fewer workers as the city's budget constraints, lied to cuts and layoffs. Sonia Rincon 10 10 wins in Lower Manhattan. Well, the search is on and a reward is being offered to find a creep on Long Island. This is the so called human being, who tossed a kitten out of a car window on the Northern State Parkway. This was just before eight this morning Between exits 40 and 41. Good Samaritan, saw what happened and said they saw the kid move into the grass. So it wasn't hurt. Suffolk County s P. C. A chief Roy Gross tells 10 10 wins. They have yet to actually find the kitchen knife. Really? It wasn't. It wasn't run over now. Whether it it's obviously was alive when I crawled inside. We did have investigators tracking that area. They didn't see anything yet. We're going to to return to find that for us. If we can find the cat if it's if it's injured. Well, now there is a $2000 reward being offered in the case. If you know anything about this, please call the Suffolk County s P. C. A. The number is 63138 to 77 22 against 631. 38 to 77 22 wins news time 2 51 Here we go. Let's get traffic.
Some Civilian Oversight Commission Members Call On Los Angeles County Sheriff Villanueva To Resign
"Divide between L. A county Sheriff Alex Villanueva and the civilian oversight Commission may not be able to be repaired after two members called for his resignation today. Meanwhile, Meanwhile, the the sheriff sheriff may may face face a a lawsuit lawsuit from from the the county county alleging alleging his his deputies deputies violated violated the the First First Amendment Amendment rights rights of of an an L. L. A A news news reporter. reporter. Oversight Oversight commissioners commissioners did did vote vote unanimously unanimously for for L. A County Council to review what laws govern Sheriff's deputies and the media and protesters in public areas requesting county Council come back. Within 30 days with what is constitutional that the sheriff can do. L. A county's inspector general, also investigating the department for the arrest of a local radio reporter Saturday night covering a protest. The sheriff has said that she was not properly credentialed that she interfered with a deputy making an arrest in 1 48, obstructing a peace officer specifically provide the recording video of a peace officer is not obstruction. Inspector General Max Huntsman says he's made requests for information of the County sheriff, but that the department is not cooperating. Craig figure Can X 10 70 NewsRadio, A
Fresh update on "commissioner" discussed on The Rich Eisen Show
"You plant a Polka Tournament and you play all day. In this poker tournament. And you get knocked out just before the final table you get paid. You've spent eight nine hours. You've called home and told your wife or your husband pay take care of the kids. I'm doing well, I'm doing well, I'm playing really well. I have a feeling like we we can. We can win this thing. And then you're GonNa Poker Tournament. Play in for all this time. And you see the final table see right there right in front of you. Eight nine spots they pay nine spots and you finished tenth. You don't make the final table and you're like. What the hell have been doing for last nine ten hours. That's what not making the NBA finals in the Bubbas. And get knocked out in the conference files. Great run. But you've been away from everyone you love for all this time. Sure they might have. Come towards the end of your staying above all but you've been there for weeks months. He got shot a shot to make the finals. Now I know losing the NBA Finals might have the same result, but at least you made. The finals you made the last. Possible. Stop. and. You've got a finals appearance in your book. Your yearbook or whatever. You win a conference that significant. That's playing on the Celtics right and we honestly. Even. The nuggets right now would be. There on house money they came back from three one twice. Jamal. Murray has. Presented himself as a bona fide superstar. In the making. Yokich same way you know the coach, their coach tough team. Even. If they get knocked out by the Lakers it, that's what you know. There's supposed to right out. Yeah. Celtics Different Story Man Yeah I. think that's what's playing on their minds. We'll talk about it with Shams when he joins us. And Bruce Feldman will join us at the top of our number three. College football weekend. Let's set the table. Where's the big ten schedule? I mean. Can these folks do anything right now I honestly like if you're not. If you are. Getting everybody together like they did and they finally got together and they are unanimous. Wouldn't it be. SMART To have in the top right hand. Desk drawer or top left-hand destroy wherever you are. You're ambidextrous. Put one in each. Okay. Wouldn't you think? If it's becoming like the stars are aligned. That, you somehow have a schedule to announce. At the same time. Can we do that. At the same time where back here's the schedule we know. That we gave you a schedule and then reversed course out of the blue. Out of the maze in blue the last time. and. Don't you think. It would have been smart to basically race all that and give us where where's the schedule? What are we doing? This is it really taken two days three days? Where is it? I sure. Hope before the end of this show you're like, Hey, big ten put out a schedule. Meanwhile PAC twelve commissioner Larry Scott was on Dan Patrick. Prior to this show here on peacock. said, it's still likely that there's football this fall. The governor of our great stay out here in California Gavin newsom basically said. Because I'm sure filtered to him. Amongst all the smoke of our state being on fire. that. Filtered to him that Larry Scott has said on this show. Dan Show every other show he's been on. our California and Oregon schools. Where we're having an issue getting these guys on the field because. Of ordinances that won't allow us to practice. USC players wrote to governor a letter saying, let us play and Gavin Newsom. Maybe that's what caused them to come out basically. Wrong table. State of California. That's prevent. Go Out dawn practice go. So slots Bruce, Feldman. In our three and then your phone calls eight, four, four, zero, four, rich are questions a good one. We'll set things up todd mcshay of ESPN to analyze what.
Philadelphia Police: More Than 50 Shots Fired In Basketball Court Shooting That Killed 2 Men, Injured 3 Others In Spring Garden
"People were killed, two others wounded when more than 50 shots were fired at a basketball court and park in the spring Garden section of the city last night. K K Y. Y. W's W's Tima Tima Menace Menace has has the the story. story. Roberto Roberto Clemente Clemente Park Park at at 18th 18th and and Wallace Wallace isn't isn't a a place place where where Deputy Deputy police police Commissioner Commissioner Melvin Melvin Singleton Singleton says says a a lot lot of of violence violence happens. happens. We We don't don't usually usually have have problems at this particular pregnant plague around here. So this is an anomaly here, but it turned into a crime scene with white chalk circles scattered all over the basketball court. Investigators were marking the shots that were fired about eight o'clock at night, and it was loud. It was 55 shots, and it sounded like automatic weapons. That's Brian Fitzpatrick, who was out walking his dog. Police say three men shot and killed 21 year old Khalid Henderson. They then fired at three others 18 year old Jade and Lucas, who was killed and 2 19 year olds who were wounded. There were a few dozen people in the park at the time, so with bullets fly Lying. Police say this could have been even worse. There was girls doing yoga right across the street as this happened, and there was someone skateboarding right on this corner, who had nothing to do with the crowd. Police have not released a motive. Some neighbors say they're worried about drugs in the neighbourhood in spring Garden. Tim Jimenez KOW news radio to
Fresh update on "commissioner" discussed on The Erick Erickson Show
"In in New York and then in the last deployment I went to South Texas and it does help the did I speak Spanish is my first language and bring you know so in South Texas was very it was Very. Helpful to be able to speak to hospital professionals to community leaders to county judges who really organize a great deal. They have down there and so I've gained a you know a gain a great deal of experience outside of our state on how to support this covert and so I think the governor looked around the talent that he has available and we have We got a very. Very, highly skilled and talented team around governor cab you realize that I probably had the most experience and exposure to different numbers scenarios where obstacles in in in things could that can that can as as i? Say the military can be sub optimal we we we take a look and how we make sure that we don't you know do the same things some of the states that have not have had as a successful turnaround as we had. Well. I definitely think we have and understand when the virus bikes all the politicians get blamed but I just look I I. Know I've said this before but I really do appreciate you in what you've done not just here but across the country just to. Job I. Don't realize that most people understand you hadn't just been here being the Insurance Commissioner you've been e- going around the country as part of the National Guard to help as well. So thank you very much for that in for stop in today. Thank you I appreciate the opportunity to speak with you and your audience. Absolutely Commissioner John King. You know he'll be on a suit. You know he's there because the the prior insurance Mr Jim back is under federal indictment and had to step aside didn't formally leave his post but has stepped aside and we need an interim commissioner and I think Jim Beck will run or John King.
Update On The Leadership Conference In Sweden
"The world is ripe and ready for restarting and looking ahead. So where better to get a clear and uninterrupted view than from the eastern Swiss Alps and that is the setting for the chiefs. Monaco's. Conference which welcomes visionaries, founders and industry leaders for look ahead how business and indeed the whole world could move forward from here well. Is, tyler lay and he students all through the day's event at Subaru in summer. It's and I'm delighted to say he's taken a moment out of the conference to join us now to tell us what is happening where he is tyler apart from the obvious attraction from the chairlift right to an Alpine dinner, it must feel good to bring people together again. Good afternoon. Good afternoon Emma absolutely, and I think that has been one of the probably. Comment people just feel so good to be out in the world again and just meeting people in a setting which feels pretty normal I. I don't think there's much going on here that would make you think otherwise that we are still in in the midst of course cases rising in Europe, we have Orrin teams being imposed and and and borders also going up as well. So I I think that is. One of the people are just happy to be together and be listening to great ideas and and and I think also to be challenged. A little bit as well. We'll Tennessee little bit more about these challenges because people are coming together facing momentous challenges. What is it the world trying to focus on here? Well number, we just had a failed bomb nora failed bomb is the CEO of vitro. Of course, one of the world's most respected design brands I imagine in many many listeners right now are right likely sitting on a beatrice AU faux or chair or stool or in front of a desk. Here's a business, which is which is completely focused on the topic of what is going to happen to our city centers you know will work from home account for fifty percent of the workforce is going to be twenty percent. So we tackle that issue. It. With her and it was interesting. You know she was talking about are we may be moving into a world of spoke Yes. They'll be a main office in a city that will there almost almost More like owned and operated co working spaces where people come together. So that was one topic but then we just had a our he's the head of the the intermeshed. With the Red Cross and the and he was looking at at the current crises. The fact that we have a pandemic Emma but of course, get thirty messy parts of the world is he talks about this hasn't gone away and he's just a literally almost fresh off the plane from a mission in Mali, And Burkina into Hell region. What I find interesting is is the names of the people you've gathered that. We oversee have world of of of of vitro, but then. We have the head of security policy in the Swiss Federal Department of Defence Civil Protection and sport you mentioned now we have the head of the red. Cross. These are figures from the world of dealing with emergencies. Does that reflect the kind of times that we're in? Will it does because you're going to have an informed view about about risk and where the world is going. Then I think you do need people who are at the pointy end that that point he and might be how is a small but very economically successful. Country like Switzerland, how is it going to navigate geopolitical issues that wide Switzerland potentially need forty new fighter aircraft at a time when people talk of drones and and country, which is known as being neutral, and at the same time, you also want to hear from someone who's the head of risk for one of the biggest banks who can of course, apply some of these elements as well to a of. Course, the end consumer, the person who wants to go in byproducts from that that bank and how does that impact your day to day? How are we able to look ahead at the moment I mean is what we're talking about today stuff that we need to deal with at that pointy end in the next six months to one year or is there any sense yet that people can sink a little further ahead? Well I think actually North Alabama interesting because someone else oppose a similar question about short-term. What are you doing right now with marketing just how do you look at advertising? How do you promote a brand right now how do you stay top of mind and then what you do long term and her response with where we're a family company from Basel we have time and and so of course, we continue to develop an invest in great furniture and we and we take we take a long-term view. And yes you also have to be mindful of of the realities of up today as well. I mean is she's a little later on the conference to be talking about. The chiefs as a future when you talk about sustainability. And yesterday, the president of the European commissioners of a funder line was saying that we will rebuild our way out as a covert pundit DEMOC following an entirely green agenda. But when you have things like you know you're orderbook isn't as full as it should be your staff coming back from furlough and you're thinking, how am I going to make it through the next six months and people are saying actually you need to be green a you need to think about this you need to think about that. The priorities become quite quite challenging they. Absolutely. And I think that you know that that is one of the topics I mean, how much does you could talk about sustainability all you want but you know does. Your does your program, which of course has the best intentions is that we need to take a back seat for because you know that was going to involve retooling your factory. You knew that it was going to actually mean of course, upping the prices or accepting a more expensive supply chain, and maybe that has to get not kicking the grass necessarily, but it maybe has to drift out maybe three years I according to your plan and i. think that is also something we've heard you today is well, if if you're going to do these things aren't easy a lot of his. Let's walk at first before we talk and try to either talk green credentials are sustainability agenda and I think actually on that probably the one thing that I think is really coming out of the conference so far I'm as is. Being a by the let's let's let's invest in things that last And it really interesting to hear. You have MS failed I'm talking about you know if you go and buy an eames chair and I believe you're probably sitting in an email chair right now if I know it studio you're in. Those comes with a thirty year guarantee. Extraordinary and you know that has to be now and again you know is the entire chair perfectly sustainable no but it's not going to be in in five years either it's absolutely not in it's been comfortable for very long time finally looking into this afternoon. You're taking the floor talking to us about a few things that have caught your eye that you like and that if it's inspired you I mean we we have to be lifted out of this somehow what are you talking about them? Well. After lunch I I do a spin around the world and of course, the look at some things that yeah. Basic things that I that I experienced in everyday life, which which I think are are interesting that we we might need we might need more of so and I think probably one thing I was going to slide them. And you'll appreciate this. There's a lot of Austria and they're the world maybe needs a little bit. You know even though of course I'm standing in Switzerland at the moment. But if I if I look across the the mountains look across the border I know that Austria lies beyond and there's definitely whether it's brands whether it's the urban interventions that the world needs a little bit more Austria it full of wisdom of real and I'm just Sitting next to our affairs at a Christian mccue is half Australian I've never seen warranties thumbs up in all my days time. Thank you so much.
Los Angeles - Nothing Preventing USC, Pac-12 Teams From Playing This Season, Gov Newsom
"A very weird day when it comes to PAC twelve football future of it got earlier this morning, the big ten announced they're coming back. They're coming back on October twenty third they they're confident that with their testing and the way that college football has kind of gone over the past couple of weeks at other schools that they can safely bring kids back now you and I both gone on record saying, we don't think it's the smartest thing in the world to play college football. So I'm not saying that I want college football to come back I don't. US He really wants to play their players. All wrote a letter to Gavin Newsom but here's why I'm bringing this up the big ten and outs were coming back Larry Scott the commissioner of the pack twelve immediately she's a statement that says because of the governor's guidelines we are not allowed to practice in the state of California which means USC Ucla Stanford and cal all would be unable to practice about an hour later Gavin newsom the governor California was doing a press conference and he was asked is that true that you won't allow those teams to practice? Here's part of what newsome hadn't his answer quote. I WanNa make this crystal clear. Nothing in the state guidelines denied the ability for the PAC twelve to resume quite to the contrary. This has been a misrepresentation of the facts and quote. What is Larry Scott and the PAC twelve referencing when they say. They can't play because of NEWSOM and NEWSOM says, it's not true who's telling the truth here newsome. Governor ain't Lion Larry Scott I. I've never been a fan of I think he could screw up a ham sandwich. But I but I do think that newsome is telling the truth and I think we're at the point John Now with the big ten resuming along with the SEC in the big twelve and the ACC, I think it is time for the PAC twelve to seriously consider resume or starting the season starting it earlier. They've got access to this rapid testing program. They're able to test players in in very short order really quick tests. I don't see any reason why the PAC twelve shouldn't be playing right now the. Monroe. Saint Brown Graham Harrell Bunch of USC. People have tweeted this letter out basically to goose to newsom saying, please let us play and newsom saying, no, you're you're allowed to play. It's it's up to your it's up to your athletic directors. It's up to your chancellor's I. Think it's time to have a vote among twelve PAC twelve schools and get a season started.
Philadelphia sued over bill limiting flavored tobacco sales
"Officials struck back today at three cigar makers that are suing the city over a bill that limits the sales of flavor. Tobacco products. Okay, whatever you City Hall bureau chief Pat Lowe reports, the officials charged. The suit is a threat to both public health and racial justice. Late last year, City Council banned the sale of candy flavored cigarillos in any establishment that allowed Children inside the cigar makers charge. This was effectively a ban on all sales since few stores are adult on Lee. And they sued on three grounds that the law is preempted by state tobacco regulation that it's vaguely worded and overly broad. These companies ought to be ashamed of themselves. Health Commissioner Tom Farley says. The products are designed to appeal to Children with bright packaging and sweet flavours, alleging the intention is to get them addicted to nicotine. A drug that kills this is like selling Coke, good 19 and corner stores. Doctor Farley says the products particularly target minority youth before the law, they were much more widely available in communities of color. You want to see one concrete Example, why African Americans have higher rates of cancer and heart disease. You have to look any further than these flavored cigarillos. None of the three companies suing the city responded to requests for comment. Pat Lowe became y W NewsRadio
Big Ten football to resume weekend of Oct. 24
"We have major breaking news into our newsroom, and this is what we have been waiting for all morning long involved that man and that man and this conference do we have heather standing by guys lipset her break the news because it's her story let's bring heather and Paul into it. Go ahead heather the floor is yours. What is the news this morning? Komo morning sources have confirmed that the big ten is expected to announce this morning that football is back. The date is still in the air. I'm not sure if it's going to be October seventeenth or October twenty fourth but greedy I can't confirm the big ten football is coming back. Big. Ten football coming back in October for those who are just joining us had their catch everyone up on how we got here on August eleven. They announced that they will not play and they were talking about a spring season. Here we are about a month later how did we get from there to here? while. There is certainly political and public pressure but the president's the fourteen presidents and Chancellors said they would not be swayed by that the bigger topic I. Think we will hear a lot about today is going to be the changes in the medical information remember Michigan Michigan State you're talking about an epidemiologist and in infectious disease expert, right? So the medical information had to. Be buttoned up and change in order for this decision to be made I know that over the weekend they were presented with at least four new antigen tests for daily rapid testing results and also helping them with the contact tracing I. Think the question is and also going back to that date October seventeenth or twenty four. How quickly can they actually procure those tests it? Took the PAC twelve a while to get them on each campus so that could be part of the equation. There are still a lot of questions answered but Greenie to me that is is the number one is the differences in the medical information helps sway the president's the number. One question that most fans will have is, can they get a representative season in in time? To compete with the SEC and the big twelve and the ACC and try to get into the College Football playoff I literally just pulled out my calendar. If they start on October seventeenth, it's ten weeks until the College Football playoff selection special, which is set for December twenty. What is the plan as far as you know it about what they will do for a season? Well haven't confirmed the exact plan to be honest but sources have said that they would like an eight game season eight or nine game season with a conference championship game being on December nineteenth as you said to sneak it in. December twentieth selection, day, and I can tell you that if the big ten is going to be allowed back in the College Football playoff all ten s BS commissioners and Notre Dame Athletic Director Jacks Warwick would make that decision. My Gut says, yes of course they would let them in. But at the same time, you have to remember that not everybody's playing right and it's a shorter season for them to continue. So maybe it's a little bit of discussion difficult conversation but I do think at the end those commissioners will let them participate in the College Football playoff. The question is, can Ohio State Win it?
Globe Life Field To Host The World Series
"Mlb made official yesterday it's planned. To move the postseason into a modified bubble format in which much of the National League playoffs and all of the world series will be played at brand new globe life field in Arlington the world series. Will. Run from October twentieth to as late as October twenty eight and a few fans might be able to attend to commissioner. Rob Manfred said Monday night in an online forum hosted by Hofstra University that he would like to see limited fans at both the League, championship series and the. World series
Your Biggest Hair Dilemmas, Solved With Herbal Essences Spokesperson Bridget Brager
"Yeah. So well, it is the fall now bridget and I feel like our facebook chat room like when we were talking about hair to some of our listeners in there there was a lot of discussion just about like resetting for fall and there was a lot of questions about like these common like dilemmas that we kind of are faced with when we finally take our hair out of. A top not in September and we're looking at her hair condition. So let's get started. We wanted to tackle some of those challenges with you today. So the first one is frizz which I think you know a lot of people can relate to and so first of all, why does it happen and then what is it about like certain hair types being more prone to Frizz than others? Heroines really for us as it becomes more damage and the more damaged hair becomes the more access lunch. So it really sucks up the moisture air the humanity, and that causes the hair shafts swell inching of stand on in and that's Frizz generap. FRIZZ. It's super important to us singer nourishing and moisturizing so that it acts as a barrier which mean he elements in your share mean my hair using residents it's and it's fine by color treatment hair less damage. But for for women with curly hair as their share begins to Pearl, the cuticle lists a little bit national thing happened. So they're from those with Philly hair owned friends. So it's all about really driving moisture into the hair own on keeping minutes. From. Okay. So we're GONNA talk about some hacks, but I like, what's a product that you're loving right now to reduce says I'm a firm believer that you using rations in commissioners is critical. It lays the foundation for your best hairstyle AWA- founder the red carpet fascination in that kind of where it starts in the shower. My absolute. Champion conditioner is the Herbal Essences Allah and Chin Selection. In sulfate free, Aloe is Subaru Charities Alice full of vitamins that by essential moisture is also super good for your scalp. We want to take into consideration how we treat our ourself just like we think about our skin face now it's at. Really interconnected and what about the the temperature of the water because I've heard that if it's hot like if it's too hot, that can bring on the phrase. Is kind of something I always recommend my clients before we are doing on the red carpet just do water minutes after conditioning your hair as cold as it can go right as you can get. The always do that in the salon I'm like, Whoa. The difference right especially after caller you know after you've gotten your done they don't WanNa fit hot water in because the molecule we'll just slip right out and they're doing we're doing everything close you. So that's the basically the number one takeaway here bridget that I'm hearing is like with Frizz it's all about creating that barrier. So that's why the shampoo and conditioner are so important because it's GonNa be closing that cuticle down so you don't get that moisture seeping and I, guess I'm a big Fan of these rapid dry hair towels now I don't know. If I'm using the right but I've heard an they often claim that they prevent for as you think that's the case I do. So the micro fiber towels or Subaru gentle in the way that our traditional cotton towels are not cotton it's six up right and it catches the hair and it can fool they won the hair and also handed can can kind of go right in between where you're cuticle doesn't notice it wants to slap opener lay down or with a minor fiber towel you can get in there with it. Super Gentle on the hair. And it really lays everything down nicely absorbed so much water today were I actually just. Photo unused micro fiber I'll sorry Mike each. My dog then he's little else and I need to try them clicking like why not this rabbit rabbit in as it was really funny but they work they are not again back is something I believe that you're going you WanNa take your regiments the next level as something that will Okay. Okay.
Pennsylvania braces for influx of mail-in ballots
"County's Board of Commissioners joined the Pennsylvania secretary of state to talk about how the state Legislature could help the upcoming election run smoother. Cable. W. Suburban Bureau chief Jim Mel weren't reports. Montgomery kind of commissioner Valle, Arcos says, is expecting upwards of 250,000 mail in ballots to ensure timely results. They need to start opening envelopes and get ballots ready to count before the election. She's asking for three weeks before Election Day. She says there need to be alternatives to mail in ballots, including drop boxes, and she wants balance that are postmarked by election Day to be accepted upto one week after she also says the Legislature should act now to prevent any last minute changes last minute changes our action. Really a problem, And I think that the voters deserve to know how they're going to be able to vote how their ballots are going to be received back and that some assurance that they will be counted quickly. Pennsylvania Secretary of State Kathy Book Bar says they have just shy of two million mail in ballot applications. So far, she recommends people apply sooner than later is they're expecting another million before the deadline. At the
Philadelphia residents follow mask guidelines, study says
"Finds that Philadelphians they're doing a pretty good job of wearing mass to prevent the spread of coded 19 K Y. W. City Hall Bureau chief Pat Lobe reports. The health commissioner thinks that's a big reason for recent progress on fighting the virus. Health Commissioner Tom Farley says new covert 19 infections fell to an average of 67 a day last week, the lowest number since the second week of the pandemic. Deaths have fallen to about one a day. He gives credit for this progress to people following advice on mask wearing if you're wearing a mask at all, Thank you very much. The new study shows more than three quarters of people on the city's commercial streets are masked. The study is separate from the Health Department's own research, but had similar findings. Doctor Farley says. One problem. The steady identified is that people don't wear masks correctly over the nose and mouth and consistently Don't pull your mask down to talk to the person next to you when you're talking to the person next to you is when you're most putting out the water droplets as the most important time to have a mask on vector for others is the kind of mask is important to Ben Dana's masks with vows and pulled up T shirts. Don't cut it, Pat
Washington, DC - Virginia Department of Elections launches absentee voting campaign
"For a one of elections is launching an absentee voting awareness campaign urging people Tio Tio reply to your absentee ballot early. On captain early to give yourself plenty of time for your vote your ballot to make it through the process. You can request an absentee ballot today, Commissioner Christopher Piper says the first of the ballots will go out Friday, he says in 2016 6%
Bill Gates questions FDA's credibility on COVID-19 vaccine
"Bloomberg dot com, Also in Bloomberg dot com. Let's hear a piece of another big interview from the Green Festival. It's with Microsoft founder and billionaire philanthropist Bill Gate, He chatted with our own. Erik Schatzker, Bloomberg's editor at large part of This festival. In this excerpt, Gates talks about politicizing Cove in 19 treatments and vaccines. Check it out. President Trump has made no secret of his desire to see a covert 19 vaccine soon. Ideally before the November election. How worried are you bill that the approval process is being hijacked by politics. Well, that would be a tragedy and any suggestion that I know politicians, you know, helped create the vaccine, or it's faster because of a politician is a very dangerous thing. You know, we saw with the completely bungled plasma. Statements that you know when you start pressuring people, Teo say, optimistic things. They go completely off the rails. And so the FDA lost a lot of credibility there. No, thank goodness the company's heir, saying that the FDA is open mindedness toe be asked for emergency use license before there's efficacy data. They're not going to seek that that shortcut. Do you still trust the FDA? I think in the FDA, there's a lot of professionals. Historically, just like the CDC was viewed as the best in the world. The FDA have that same reputation is a top notch regulator. But you know, there's been some cracks with some of the things they've said at the commissioner level. Hopefully, the staff
Wyoming Doubles Down On Its Long Support For Carbon Capture
"US coal production is down to its lowest level in half a century, but the country's largest coal-producing state is desperate to keep the industry going with support from the trump administration. Wyoming is investing big to try and clean up Kohl's carbon emissions. Wyoming public radio's Cooper has more the largest utility in Wyoming Rocky Mountain power has found. It makes economic sense to start retiring. It's coal plants early, an invest heavily and renewables across the West. That isn't going over well in a state whose economy is tied to call. At a recent public hearing county commissioner can't Connolly said when a plant is shutdown, it's not just jobs that are lost by lose. Fifty percent of the taxes is just as simple. Connolly says it doesn't have to be like this coal plants in Wyoming could stick around if utilities just considered retrofitting them to capture the carbon they emit we will change how goal America. There's no doubt about it we'll get. The idea a coal plant would be retrofitted with new tack. Its emissions would be removed and then sold, but rocky mountain power says right now that technology is too expensive and not proven utilities rick, link says its decision is an economic one. Is Driven by. Changes in the heart condition even so Wyoming is doubling down on its long support for carbon capture. This year lawmakers mandated that by twenty thirty utilities produce a certain amount of electricity from coal plants using carbon capture technology ratepayers bear the expensive that the trump administration is also trying to boost carbon capture. It's passed a federal tax credit in his funding research projects. Holly crude cut oversees several through the University of Wyoming. She envisions capturing co two emissions for a variety of profitable uses including turning them into new products. Building Materials asshole replacement. The problem is many others think the moment for Carbon Capture to help Cole has come and Gone Arizona State University's Klaus Lochner remembers giving presentations promoting carbon capture to the coal industry twenty years ago without that, he warned that climate change would be the industry's demise. Is it look if the comes around, you are not going to be allowed to build a new new coal plant because every bank in the country will know that they will not get their money back. So you bid or buy twenty trinite have the ability to build power plants that. Completely carbon neutral but that hasn't happened Energy Economists Rob. God. Says part of the reason could be politics the Republican Party which strongly supports coal actually may have hurt the industry by downplaying climate change climate change doesn't exist. There's no justification to develop low-carbon technologies like carbon capture. So in an ironic way, the Republicans, kill carbon capture as much as anybody else only one coal plant in the US created a successful business model for carbon capture. It's called Petra Nova in Texas, but that fell apart after the pandemic led to an oil price. Crash analysts, Dennis Wanstead with Institute for Energy Economics and Financial Analysis says he can no longer imagine utility saying, Hey, we really WanNa do this. We really want to build a carbon capture facility and we really WANNA put it on our thirty five year old forty-year-old coal plant improve. It's GonNa. Make Money Wyoming Governor. Mark Gordon isn't put off though he points to wind energy, which also needed help early on, but is now a fast growing industry. He says that means you don't give up for NPR news I'm Cooper mckim
Experts urge getting a flu shot ahead of flu season amid pandemic
"Season about to set in, and the possibility of a twin endemic NewJersey Health commissioner Judith Person, Chile says Residents should get their flu vaccinations as soon as possible. Healthy people target for flu Vaccination is 70%. Nationally and in New Jersey, less than half of the eligible population received the flu vaccine. This'll leaves many people vulnerable to the complications of the flu, she says. A severe flu season and resurgence of covert could strain healthcare resource is
Biden Pledges To Dismantle Trump's Sweeping Immigration Changes — But Can He Do That?
"Joe Biden has pledged if he becomes president to dismantle the sweeping changes that President Trump has made to the US immigration system but could buy Don't do that. As NPR's John Burnett reports. It's easier said than done. People most closely watching to see if Biden defeats Trump and reverses. His immigration crackdown may be beyond our borders. Some 700 migrants languish in filthy tents pitched in a public park amid mud. Maps and clouds of mosquitoes. The encampment is in Matamoros, just across the Rio Grande from Brownsville, Texas. They're seeking asylum in the U. S. But stuck here under a Trump initiative known as remain in Mexico while they wait there closely following US presidential race, says Carlo Garcia, an asylum seeker from Honduras. They buy the place our hope in Joe Biden, who's the Democratic nominee because he would shoot the immigrants very differently than Trump has. We hope he will. And change is all of this Trump has created. This is discrimination and racism. Trump is touting that program's success here He is at a rally in Yuma, Arizona. Last tough. We don't want him here. We want him outside. We got sued all over the place. There. We won. So now they don't come into the United States taken Wait out. While the president claims to have restored a broken immigration system, human rights advocates are appalled that what they call the cruelty of his policies. Oh, Marge. Odd. Watt is director of the L Use Immigrants rights project. What the administration has sought to do is to simply turn off immigration and to do it unilaterally. By presidential edict without the approval of Congress. That project should be reversed. And that's exactly what Joe Biden pledges to do. His position paper on Immigration 51 bullet points over 22 pages seeks to roll back Trump's accomplishments and reenact Obama era policies. If I'm elected president, we're going to immediately and Trump's sold on dignity. Immigrant communities restore our moral state in the world are our historic rolls a safe haven for refugees and asylum seekers. Biden says no more border wall no more separating immigrant families, no more prolonged detentions or deportations of peaceable migrant workers. He would restore the asylum system and create a roadmap to citizenship for undocumented immigrants. It's a long to do list. I don't think it's realistic that Biden in four years could enroll everything that trump dead. Sarah Pierce and another analyst that the Migration Policy Institute, a nonpartisan thinktank recently catalog more than 400 executive actions Trump has taken on immigration. From heavier border and interior enforcement to restricting asylum to slashing refugee visas to creating remain in Mexico because of the intense volume and pace of change is the Trump administration enacted while in office. Even if we have a new administration, Trump will continue. Tio have had an impact on immigration for years to come. But Biden faces a host of obstacles that could slow his immigration counter revolution. First, there's the specter of renewed chaos at the southern border last year groups as large as 1000 Central Americans at a time. We're waiting across the Rio Grande into El Paso to request asylum. The Border Patrol was overwhelmed and ended up detaining families in primitive, unsanitary conditions. And no one wants a repeat of that. Ron Vitello, former deputy commissioner of customs and Border protection, worries that Biden will cancel bilateral agreements with Mexico that have dramatically slowed the migrant flow right now decided that they weren't going to continue to help us. You know, people would start coming through like we saw the caravans two springs ago. There's no reason that it wouldn't come back as fast as it Wass. NPR asked a senior advisor to the Biden campaign. What would happen if the new president gave migrants of Green light? The adviser said. They're cognizant of the pull factor. Then there's the issue of the enforcers. Immigration agents have enjoyed extraordinary support from the White House, the Trump administration has bragged about unshackling them to let them do their jobs more aggressively. What happens if Joe Biden tries to put the shackles back on? That isn't something that the lights which you can't change culture within an organization that best overnight. Angela Kelly is a senior advisor to the American Immigration Lawyers Association. So I agree that it's going to be a long long road. A Biden presidency would also find itself skirmishing with conservative lawyers over its reversals. The way Trump has been tied up in federal court fighting the R. J. Hamann is with the Federation for American Immigration Reform. If Biden is elected, and his administration starts rescinding executive actions that Trump had firm legal authority to Dio groups like us will sue. That is a fact. Finally, there's the Pandemic and NPR Ipsos poll showed a majority of Americans support Trump's decision to shut the borders to all types of immigrants to stop the spread of the Corona virus. Biden has not said if he would reverse that order. So it's anybody's guess when the virus will subside and the nation can welcome immigrants again. John Burnett NPR news
Gottlieb says health officials "failed" White House in early COVID response
"Meanwhile, President Trump's former FDA commissioner, Dr Scott Gottlieb, told CBS's face the nation Sunday that the White House leadership was failed by health officials early on during the current virus during the pandemic. Look, I think in this respect the White House leadership was failed by health officials. We did not have a diagnostic in the field so we couldn't screen for it. We should have. We should have started working on that in January, and we over relied on a surveillance system that was built for flu and not for Corona virus without recognizing that it wasn't gonna be a sensitive in detecting Corona virus spread. As it was for Blue because the two virus has spread very differently. Those were two critical failings. Now you could say, Well, the president put those people in place. He's responsible. You could make the second order arguments around that, but I think ultimately the White House did not have the information they need to make decisions. Key function of agencies in the government to provide policymakers with accurate, actionable information. The White House didn't have it, and I had a lot of conversations with White House of this time period because I was concerned it was spreading here and I was pushing them on and they were. They were telling me over and over that they were hearing from top officials. From the agencies that they were pretty confident that it wasn't spreading here. I think when history looks back, that's going to be a key moment. That's what was going on over February. So godly, preparing to put the blame on health officials on Sunday late last week, though, when pressed on the president's words and actions in March, golly but spread the blame
Big Ten football still waiting on final decision after presidents meet
"Next topic has to do it is the big 10 going to come back this season? Better late than never met, shaking Byron Metcalf Sunday morning got ESPN radio, the DSP adapt and serious sex and channel 80 thrill that have on Heather Ditch, ESPN college football playoff end college football reporter as well. So Heather yesterday the games were almost a secondary topic to what was going on on social media with regards to the Big 10 and perhaps a vote coming as soon as today about returning to play. What is the latest give us much background as you can. For those that are kind of in the dark on why the big 10 might be coming back soon. Sure so on Saturday, the athletic directors and doctors who comprise a medical sub committee of the Big Ten's return to competition task force Presented a lot of medical information to eight presidents and chancellors. Who are another subcommittee, right? You need a flow chart for all this stuff, has subcommittee So basically a bunch of athletic directors and doctors presented a lot of medical information to part of the presidents and chancellors, which are essentially like a buffer group right and it went very well from what sources have told us. So now that's kind of the first step. Now. Today everyone meets guys. I would love to be on this new meeting because it's like everyone in the big 10 is going to be on it. Except for the coaches. It's all Of their doctors off their sub committees and all 14 presidents and chancellors, And today they moved beyond just the medical piece and they start to look at. How do you actually return? When do you return? And what are the medical benchmarks needed that each team has to pass to actually get back on the field. So they have looked at at least four rapid and engine testing models that weren't there previously weren't available when they last decided to postpone the season. And now they've got a look at some dates, right? Some more substantial information in terms of logistics, as when do you get back? Mid October late October. What is all that look like now? Whether or not they actually vote? Nobody has any idea. Even those presidents, right? Yes, they can vote, and if they do vote, they need at least nine of them to agree to return. According to the big tent by law, and that means that six of those presidents and chancellors would have to change their minds from their original vote in August. To postpone. Maybe they don't vote. I think there's a certainly a good possibility. They don't Maybe they push it to tomorrow. Maybe they have more questions. We're talking about university president here. There's no telling what they might do, and even they don't know, but they certainly could vote. Magic Meyer Metcalf Sunday morning on ESPN radio. There is some sort of clicking noise on the end of their phones. So whether we want to call you back to make sure that we can hear everything you're saying clearly we picked up everything there. And I think the bottom line is my right. There are a lot of subcommittees. A lot of tax forces. There are a lot of people talking and maybe because of all that, maybe finally, the right people are going to be talking to each other today for the first time, or at least in the last 20 for the next 24 hours. Communication's been the biggest thing right at the end of the day. What people have been saying from day one is can you tell us exactly what happened? The process was there of all. What was the vote? Can you give us information? And perhaps the big 10 has reached that point where they are sharing information with the proper folks. I wanted this to medicine that feels like me to me. This is it? I mean, if you vote today, whatever this weekend and you come out, saying, we're not playing, that could mean you're not playing all year in my pin because we have no guarantees in January or anything like that. So this feels like perhaps the last chance. To get football going in the big team. All right, So we got Heather damage back. So, Heather on the heels of what you just said, and they're gonna have another vote sometimes soon. My question has to do with the fact that they're gonna have to have six presidents change their votes. Now, if the president's If they change their votes do they have to play like in a sense? Could Rutgers say yes, will agree that we can return to play But we are not going to play personally. Is that something that could happen? Yes, Absolutely. And I think that's a very good possibility. Maybe they come out of this and unanimously say Okay, we all agree. If you want to return you can, but we're not going, Teo. The question then becomes How many teams do you need to play? What's that line? Right Where you say, Okay, We don't have enough or all right. We can continue without the two of you. I mean, remember Michigan and Michigan State has presidents who are at an epidemiologist and an infectious disease expert. So there's a very real possibility that Michigan Michigan State Rutgers I mean, here in here in Maryland, where there's no margin for error with any soon, Nathalie tells after what happened with Georgia McNair two years ago, I would be surprised if Maryland Voted in favor of that their president. I can't say that for sure. I'm just taking an educated guess here, But you have to consider that each university is different under different leadership with different scenarios, and we heard how strongly Rutgers president earlier this week called Donald Trump's involvement in the politics. That was his phrase, he said, I'm not going to change my vote based on political interference in this So every president has their own thoughts on this, But yes to answer your question. It's certainly possible that they agree to play in some school say thanks not for us. None of this makes sense to me unless there's some attachment to the college football playoff. What are the chances that The big 10 could still participate in that if they make a decision here today. I think it's a good possibility, and it's the timing of it is what's critical. If you're talking about mid to late October. It's certainly possible for them to get in at least an eight game conference schedule. And have their conference championship game. December 19th and selection day for the playoffs is December 20th. So that is a very realistic possibility. And everybody in the country knows Ohio State is a good enough team. To be part of that conversation. The question is do the three other commissioners who are already playing Probably in the big 12 John Swofford in the Sea. And Gregg. Thank you and the SEC. Do they go for that? I think they would. I genuinely think that they would But once you get past that October resumed a then it gets really tricky unless realistic.
"commissioner" Discussed on NoCo Now � 1310 KFKA
"They make things easy. They make the complicated stuff. Look a lot easier for thirty four. The now that time when we come back, we'll get to CHASA. Commissioner Rhonda Blandford Green and get her latest thoughts on how things are going to reopen when it comes to high school athletics, but first, let's get to the bottom of the hour news and weather center. The whole sports story in northern Colorado state in the country tune into the hall show weekdays noon to two.
"commissioner" Discussed on 10 10 WINS
"But the commissioner says he has yet to see a seriously hurt protester however he says he's had too many com cities said the visit in the hospital we have people across New York City throwing bricks at police officers we have people filling up water bottles with cement and hurling them at police officers so it's not just about the incident last night and the incident today this is a pattern that has been growing its re re reaching a fever pitch the commissioner blaming politicians with an agenda saying if all you can do is inflame the situation stop tweeting be quiet America Blasi got a rather rough reception at the Floyd memorial in Cadman plaza a specially from young people who are not all that happy with that eight o'clock curfew but the mayor vows to a let it ride he says so far it's working if there's a curfew people should do is protest during the day the home of the curfew I understand some people are going to choose to keep going if they're scrupulously peaceful as you've seen all over the city the cresol protest continues and my previous companies at a certain point at night A. R. P. I think rightly says everyone has time to go home and earlier he addressed those small businesses that have been hit with kind of a double whammy there was the pandemic shut down and then of course Monday night's night of anarchy we will help them those small business owners who scratched and save and build a small business so many of them immigrants living the American dream today we announce support for them the New York City mayor's final start with I half million dollars to help those businesses recover individual grants direct cash assistance but above all today was a day to remember why these protests have taken over the last week a forty six year old man in Minneapolis who was killed at the hands of police and remembered today by his brother villainy's Floyd he was he was powerful man he had a way with words he could always make you ready to jump in gold all the time everybody loves George so remember for tonight from the mayor and from the police commissioner and the curfews already started so get inside or get arrested al Jones ten ten wins news thank you Alan and the thing that moved me today was Floyd's baby girl who was sitting on the shoulder one of his friends who yelled out my Daddy change the world and all of that juxtaposed of course when you see pictures in New Zealand and Paris and in the Bahamas and all over the place where people are coming out black white brown all the colors of the rainbow coming together they have to make that statement almost prophetic she claimed in any event our coverage will continue in just a moment while I check on traffic the real quick wins news time eight eleven and from the traffic center tonight here is my eleven and here's what you need to know about the bridge until so you look at our Hudson River crossings that's quite right in both directions at the George Washington bridge out in battle the Lincoln and Holland tunnels we do our restrictions in place because of that city wide curfew so it is going to be a central workers only coming into the city via those routes and then of course at the lower east and East River crossings on the inbound side again only essential workers are going to be allowed to come into Manhattan you do have those shut off shut downs are shut off I should say no traffic allowed south of ninety six re severance can be forced off either at the west side highway or along the FDR now we're tracking some of these protests at last check we had some folks gather making their way north around Central Park west and around a hundred ten streets are gonna see where that's going also in the Port Authority area around eighth Avenue to see some closures in around that area the in the Times Square and the western part and we've got some projects going on on all right now on Long Island so I've got some closures on sunrise highway in the southern state over by Merrick Avenue I'm my own Levinson on ten.
"commissioner" Discussed on The Tony Kornheiser Show
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"commissioner" Discussed on The Tony Kornheiser Show
"I was really happy when we got the good breast center Brandon K in Portland. Michael may want to seek professional help in regards to his decision to kill bracket Wiki. Damn sure I did. I killed it. I envision Robin William's character from goodwill hunting confronting. Michael with a filed stuff would hateful read it accusations counselor. It's not your fault Michael. I know cows now Michael. It's not your fault Michael Defensively. Don't F with me council. It's not your fault Michael Weeping. I'm sorry My match shoulder in Kalamazoo Michigan on Thursday. Show you in the gang. Spoke flippantly about the Wisconsin. Technical dairy competition. This surprise me given that last year you spent ten minutes minutes asking buster only about cow breeds without offering a single sports question as you're interested in the dairy industry expired or does it not extend cheese I didn't mean to make fun of it. I mean I just thought it was weird. I didn't know that there were dairy competition. Things that's Nice Adam Stone in Washington DC on yesterday's podcast your analysis of peat Buddha Jig and Amy Klobuchar determined. There were no other scenarios in life where people would fight someone tooth and nail and then turn around and cheer for that person when they lost. Can I interest you in in a pre season quarterback battle of all time? I had a David Aldridge moment on Friday afternoon at Union station while boarding a train to New York City and the one and only David Aldridge was boarding the train. Four people in front of red cab service says an actual here is a a Haiku from she had S. Petri dish now has a new sistership. Grand Incubator Yeah. You just can't take a cruise Eric from member. Dear Pizon Ron enjoyed listening to your choice wondering if New York Style. Pizza was on the menu next to the Brooklyn Pork Chop there is New York New York Style Pizza Henry Belsky. I'm excited to hear he'll be back to clydes again. I'm just getting back from Diamond Princess Cruise in the South Pacific and I have one extra day off to come visit and so anything I can bring you from my trip looking forward to our post. Show pick yeah. We're not gonNA pictures pictures handshakes yeah. We're not going to be that we're all going to take care of ourselves. Yeah Okay we're GONNA do the show. We can but that the warm embrace that I usually do I am. I'm cautioned against that Robert. Well Columbia Maryland. I would like to thank you from the bottom of my heart for killing off bracket week. You promise never to do again right. I would like to thank you for the top of my heart for murdering bracket week. You vowed to never do it again. Yes I would like to thank you from the inside of my heart for killing off bracket shows. You said you would never do it again right. Can you see what I'm doing here? I think I can from Jerry new growing in Annandale Virginia glad we got Bergen. The growly this summer the Sixth Jingle fast will be hosted at the.
"commissioner" Discussed on The Tony Kornheiser Show
"You would think yeah I would think Liz yet. No it would get ugly. It would not go well for Biden and I don't see I see the wisdom of what you're saying for Biden I wouldn't be as you know muzzled as you're suggesting he needs to be but I think what he speaks about should be his vision for restoring expertise to critical public policy. Jobs to the cabinet. You know to be honest. Fine Yeah I mean a little bit scripted policy where I read it yet. I'm reading. I'm not doing anything impromptu. That no did you know that Tom. Friedman column was more before Super Tuesday but it was his prescription for how the Democrats win and in in it in his his description. It's sort of not whether it was Bernie or Biden top but that the whole thing hinged on this incredibly powerful talented expert coalition of people and it's time to start talking about. Here's how I'M GONNA fill my cabinet. And here's who's going to be attorney general and here's the UN Tarik burnished it taps basically a lot of the contenders Kamala Harris. Amy Klobuchar Boot Ajay's for these bars and do that but Bernie Sanders can't do that but it it. The moonies Beagle. He's howling at the moment. Thank he is angry all the time that our country is that we got this about the the the belief that it sort of. Fatako employees that that Warren if when just sort of throws everything at Bernie that'd be a mistake. Iram out the government. I was thinking about this the other night when when there was some speculation about what she would do and I still remember that that debate or at the end of it they met at the front of the stage and she says I think you just called me a liar rational TV. Like and I know they go back a long way as as does she and Biden Maybe she when they say reassessing. Maybe she's just sort of holding out for the best the best deal she she could end up with she could go full Don King. She could go out of the ring with either of those. That's right the way I see it. Yeah I mean I came in with Tyson. I went out with Holyfield. I didn't send isn't sports. Insiders say that he was GONNA pick Gromyko to be his running mate. Greg all right we get out of here. What will we have? We'LL HAVE YOU MELANIE. Jingle when we return. Yeah let's do that today. I'm telling me corner you'll listening to the Tony Kornheiser show Ya se. Size is unduly regret. Survey thing is on the table. Those planes sue the lease street on all in council. His name's Braden. Let's stick him. This car has gone a great by Joe Arrow. It's absolutely great just great..
"commissioner" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD
"Buy all the time so was talking with a state insurance commissioner recently and we were talking about how auto insurers now no longer generally set rates based on your age male or female and your driving record and a lot of them in states where it's legal use your credit score to set your rates I've talked about that over the years but now insurers are customizing individual rates to individual people so this is something the insurance commissioner said there's just driving he and his staff crazy there people are having individualize rates but a lot of insurers now or drilling down where you could be quoted a completely different rate then let's say five hundred other people who live near you who are similar age similar driving history every one of you would be quoted a different rate why because insurers are buying data on you in the market place that tells them what kind of person you are in ways that let them know how much they can charge you okay so one thing that came out years ago and I shared with you has become much more refined but insurers are using data like how loyal you are to a particular company like let's say you stayed with the same cellular company for years and years and years of market that's wide open the you could switch repeatedly or very is services you use products you buy or you brand loyal they know that you somebody buys generic she somebody buys brand names so the more you show a pattern being brand conscious and the more you show that you're a loyal to a particular company or brand they believe they can charge you far higher rates for your auto insurance I'm oversimplifying this but these are just some of the factors they're using to determine what they're gonna charge you yeah the thing is about this deep dive data that more and more auto insurers are using is that the data they crunch and how they value it and how they use it to set rates is different.
"commissioner" Discussed on Slate's Hang Up and Listen
"I was criticized the mocked and cursed out by David Stern. I was also often in the same conversation. Treated treated warmly joked with and even praised as every remembrance in the wake of Stern's death last week at age. Seventy seven has noted. Stern was the smartest guy in the room. Room forceful demanding sharpen fast and usually right. He was a master manipulator of reporters agents players and his bosses the team owners he helped save the NBA NBA in crisis. In the one thousand nine hundred seventies he helped turn basketball into the second most popular sport on the planet. He helped make players incredibly rich. He defended Magic Johnson after his HIV diagnosis he started the WNBA. But legacies are complicated things and stearns thirty year. Tenure as commissioner wasn't perfect he he tolerated racist Donald Sterling another flawed owners. He botched the investigation into crooked ref. Tim donaghy he screwed over fans in Seattle and not everyone unappreciated his mean streak. Jackie macmullan new stern as well as any reporter she covered the NBA for the Boston Globe. Sports illustrated and ESPN for more than a quarter order century. In two thousand ten she received the Kurt Gowdy Media Award from the Basketball Hall of fame and last year she received the pen. ESPN lifetime achievement. I'm an award for literary sports writing. She still appears on. ESPN around the horn. Jackie thank you so much for joining us. Well it's my pleasure every NBA Gabi reporter has a story about an encounter with David Stern. And they've all been sharing them in the aftermath of his death tells your personal favorite. Well my favorite it was. I think it was ninety. Five the first lockout and things hadn't been resolved yet and we were at a courthouse New York and I was not a new journalist but I was new to television television and I was with the Boston Globe but I was doing things I was doing some TV for ESPN on the side and they had me there to do a live standup up following the proceedings in New York and I had seen stern you know as a as the proceedings ended and of course he didn't he wasn't talking to anybody wasn't doing the interviews so you know a cursory wave off he went so I'm lining up in this building and I'm you know I've never done a life in my life ever of course. ESPN didn't know that or they never want to ask me to do. And I'm standing there. I'm getting ready to go. I'm looking at the camera on just just as we're about to start the shadowy figure that goes behind the camera and as I start my life stand up the commissioner of the NBA is standing behind the camera with his thumbs in his ears waving his fingertips like reindeer antlers. I making making the most outrageous faces. I've ever seen like a ten year old at recess. He's trying to get me to laugh during my stand up and it was just I I mean I I couldn't believe it and and I didn't laugh so I guess that was my test. That was the test I passed that day but there was always a test. There was always a test with David but that was one of my favorites. Our friend Ethan. Strauss wrote a piece for the athletic about our relationship. He struck up with stern over the last few years after stern retired these phone calls they'd have and the kind of constant instant needling and challenges from stern about everything from macro issues about the NBA. Ethan using the word solid cystic. In a way that David let's turn felt was inaccurate. And you know Ethan put the most positive. I think that or had a really positive impression of David Stern. that he loved debate that he loved kind of intellectual back and forth. But in some of these other remembrances. Jackie there are folks like David Aldridge writes about it just like how stern could be so mean to people in a way. That seemed unnecessary at times whether it was browbeating employees in meetings or something else so how do you kind of sum up. What he was doing and what his personal was well? He had a volcanic temper. And I was certainly on the end of on the wrong end of that from time to time to and you know there were two things that David didn't didn't wouldn't stand for and it was to be uninformed or worse to be ill informed. Those are two things he wouldn't stand for and that didn't matter if you were an owner a player a reporter a secretary. The kid bringing the wrong coffee. Those are the kinds of things he just couldn't tolerate. And you know you guys have been around a lot of perfectionist professional athletes and so of I. I've seen this in other people I've seen Michael Jordan district and Michael Jordan. You know I've seen this and I'm not gonNA say his name but announcer that I admire greatly. Who's been in sports for a long time? WHO's one of the best? But everybody hates working with him because he he wants everything everything exactly right and that can be wearing on people because we're human. We make mistakes. And that was the one part of David that was not always palatable audible because he just didn't ever consider that not. Everybody was the smartest him or as careful as him or as accurate as he was And that there's a lawyer in him but at the end of every conversation David always have this this ability to forget where you might not forget and attempt to patch patch things up as if this was normal course of business. You know he'd yell at you and then he'd ask you how your family was right. Yeah he did that a lot but he also I remember once I got a call to come see him in New York and I thought this is great all these years of my relationship with David Stern. I'm getting something here you know and I I went all the way down to New York. ORC I was coming from Boston. Ns Sense brought me down there to yell at me. He said you used to be nice. Now you're like everybody else and I said well David. My job isn't always be tonight not to be nice and by the way you're not very nice you know so I was. I knew him long enough that I could have those kind of conversations with him and and I just I would tell you this. I remember when I was interviewing him for the win. The game was ours. which was the book I wrote about Larry in in Irvine and of course David was such such a central figure to me? The three of them were intertwined. And Larry Off and tells me people say urban and I saved the game. It was David Stern. It wasn't me it wasn't Larry. I mean it was an nerve and so I was interviewing him for the for the book and I had all my notes. I knew quite a bit About his role in every in the you know the growth of the NBA forty four million dollars in revenue nineteen eighty-four that the grew to over three billion by two thousand seven. I knew all those statistics. I had all my stuff but I was asking him questions uh-huh because I didn't want to assume anything and we're part way through the process he said to me well. Why are you asking me these stupid questions? You know all the answers I said yes but I need you to say aide them so I can use them at my book and he just thought that was the dumbest thing he'd ever heard. You already know the answers to this. Why are you ask me? You live this as I. I mean he was just so irritated with May and so there were times like that. You just throw up your hands so David Stern comes into the league in our country has a relationship with the league going back to the nineteen sixty s when he was a lawyer and represented the league. You know the biggest case that a lot of people are citing is the Oscar Robertson case which led to the NBA Aba merger. Eventually can you take us back to the very beginning. What stern in the NBA? Well see the one that I think people should focus on a little more. Maybe it's just because it's not as well known is he also represented the NBA in the Connie Hawkins case and for those Young people who don't know the whole story of Connie Hawkins. He was a New York City High School Basketball Legend and incredible player. Who was cavorting with known point Shavers and ended up getting being involved in a scandal that he said he had that he was innocent that he had never shaved any points? And you know you could argue you go back and look at. He was on a high school team that dominated he never got to play. Second of college and Connie's point always was. How can I fix games? We won every game. It was a high school game. People weren't bidding on Highschool Games. Anyway I digress a little bit but it's a frustrating story for me so anyway. Connie Connie Hawkins is banned from the he's blackballed from the NBA. And his lawyers are trying to get him reinstated and the firm that is representing the NBA gives it to a young lawyer named David. Stern earned a look over and he looks over all the documents and the testimony in court and the fact that they young to this this young African American kid away from school and just literally sequester questioned him for three days in like almost like a safe house without any representation You know they would say things like you did this didn't you. You know. Just it was just. He was is clearly railroaded. And so this young attorney went to the NBA and said you've done a terrible injustice to this man and you need to reinstate him immediately. There is no evidence evidence to suggest that he ever conspired to fix any game and and so because of David Stern Connie Hawkins was reinstated into the NBA. I don't know a lot of people know that that and that's that's a theme that runs through. I think David's career to he is he was clearly and very openly a progressive liberal who donated to progress liberal real causes. As did his wife and David David did was take these players. Who in the in the seventies especially by the late nineteen seventies? Were we're perceived as drug using the league had a problem with cocaine. The league was perceived as predominantly black. which was bad for business? David made the NBA Palatable to white consumers which led to its rapid growth. After Larry Larry and magic and Michael became worldwide superstars in the nineteen eighties. Right and you know how he did that was he. He talked to the players. I mean I talked a uh-huh Kareem abdul-jabbar was talking about going to the All Star game and having to sit in this big banquet room with these bright lights and Kareem had migraines and so when Stern said to Kareem what can we do differently. 'cause get me out of that room getting rid of the lights you know. So then they start having private receptions with family kids and you know the slam dunk contest. Rick welts with someone. I believe who came up with that one of David's right hand guys and so David was smart enough to go directly to the source and talk to the players which. I don't know if many people had to do that much before. That doesn't mean that he did everything they suggested or everything they asked but he got a better sense from them. What was going to work for them? And what was going to make them happier. And and then of course the the outreach they did with consumers and and the audience that was not coming to the games the attendance is very low. I mean he tells a story about out when he's the vice counsel for the as not the commissioner yet and there's a there's an all star game and Brendan Byrne Arena in New Jersey and they can't give tickets away. He's he's calling. He's literally camping people by phone. And saying hey come to the game and and you know they'll say it's free. I'm.
"commissioner" Discussed on Boomer & Gio
"If you come forward looking for help and i've i've i've known people that have mental health issues and they tell me that they'd rather have cancer because people understand cancer but people don't understand mental health issues but we have to get past has that <hes> we do so much to take care of everybody in the city. We have to start taking care of ourselves and and when you're in crisis you might not be able to do that so that's why we need partners. We need the friends. We need family members. We need the supervisor's executives to make sure that people get the help they need when they need it because this is this is heartbreaking for everybody in the n._y._p._d. And it's heartbreaking for the people in the city who really do appreciate the men and women and the n._y._p._d. Though i just wanna ask you a tough question here because there have been ten suicides so after the suicide aside happens what does the n._y._p._d. Do do they go in and they look at each individual case to try to figure out why this is happening and what's the background and then you you acquire the data to try to open the eyes of people that maybe leadership looking for different signs or different depression aspects to a person's mental health yeah yeah we take a look but it does take some time because you know you've got to think about the families that are involved in the friends that are involved. There are absolutely devastated and you want to come in there asking really tough questions right away but it is part of our investigation looks at that our medical division looks at that this way we can have a <hes> a suicide autopsy this way we can collect data and see what the issues are listen. It is really difficult to be a police officer anywhere in the united states and i think it's particularly difficult in new york city with all the challenges that we face and all the great work that's being done so we have to make sure that the people come on the job to make a difference in to do good and they do that and we have to make sure that they have <hes> the ability if they are having issues and not let it lead up to crisis whether it's personal issues professional issues <hes> issues family issues issues money issues. We have to give them the resources to deal with that so it doesn't build a crisis is airports they can go. That's anonymous where they can go and get the help without having everybody else a part of this. There's there's there's a number of things that we can do. This is the internally <hes> there's the medical division of the employee assistance unit and if you don't wanna to do that you can go outside the department. We've had a lot of our health providers. Come forward and and make sure that the psychology psychologists counselors are getting money. They deserve if we're sending people going there on their own and we're now working with a major university. Who's going to have <hes> within twenty four hours. You'll be able to make an appointment anonymously at no cost immediately lupi. You'll be able to do that for somebody. At that's a whole nother yeah that's and that's that's another issue that would dealing with. We have to make sure that <hes> ah we get this information out the family members too because who knows best and i i know as a police officer for a long time if i had issues or challenges <hes> during my workday workday. I didn't come home and talk about it but i'm sure <hes> my my spouse or my kids knew something was wrong so we have to give them the ability to to find out what the issues are. We actually put an app on every cop has a smartphone now the employee assistance unit app it gives a rundown of what the signs of depression are and what you can do what the resources says are internally and externally but the boomer geo the big step. Here's to get people to come forward and get help and that's gonna. That's gonna take all of us to make sure that happens yeah. <hes> and that's the biggest part of this as we talked n._y._p._d. Commissioner james o'neill in studio so you mentioned something right in the beginning..
"commissioner" Discussed on WNBA Weekly
"The higher police dukes, I'm talking to ten year. The one thing that, that almost kind of got tucked away that someone caught, and we're all wondering about is the title change. She's not the WMU presence, she's WNBA Commissioner. I wonder if is there do you carry any weight with? That is an interesting do I do. Actually, I think that that's to me to me. I think that that's going to be less of a do like the title change. Because to me, it sounds more action based is that weird than I feel like a commission is, is more action than president? I feel like the president's there as you know, on the face of the company, right? And I'm here but I feel like a Commissioner is. Someone that I would feel like okay like they're actually like they have processes in they've got progress in the, the kind of more of a boots on the ground type of person. That's how it feels to me. I don't know for sure if what we're gonna end up seeing obviously, a we're gonna have to wait till you know, June July win when she really starts to take kinda see what happens there. But I do like the title change of Commissioner. I think that it's, it's a positive one moving forward. You know, I do think let's see. I wanna I wanna read a couple of comments that we're getting in from the right now it says it sounds like she's going to shine a bat signal and w player's going to hop. I agree. Although they alluded to her being employee, friendly, they highlighted her bringing a sixteen week. Family paid leave. So anyway, let's see title change somewhere like a major league sport than just a business subsidary in the past. Agreed. Agreed. That's again, that's, that's, that's a probably a better way of putting it is that the title changed. Sounds like hey we this is a sports league in. We've got someone who's kind of leading out in that rather than of, I'm the president of the, you know, again, that's that sounds a little bit where subsidary of the of the Indies. It sounds like an elected move. Hey one you take over for a while. And I think when we hear Commissioner we think that's a higher long term position. We'd expect to see because I'll tell you honestly, when it comes to these Commissioner roles in sports, often the biggest tool and the biggest success point is long jetty, what may Daniel stern successful, the NBA's that he's the Commissioner for almost thirty years, a show? We had the. Ability to cultivate, your retirement, if we can feel comfortable. This is a potential position that some can hold for a while. That puts us in a lot of good footing. These constant starts and stops is it's really hard to maintain growth that way. You know, one thing that I do like that. She brings us that she's worked in the past, obviously, you know, working working in the role that she has, you know, prior to come to the WNBA. She's worked a lot with corporations. Right. And probably incorporate having bring some of those relationships into the corporate sponsorship area could be huge is if we can get more money coming into the league through corporate sponsorships. I think that alone is going to help kind of bolster some of that those discussions about getting more more money in the pockets of the players. And I think once it starts there has to be there has to be a first domino to fall. It's either pay the players. I you know, convincing the NBA to send a little bit more money down to the WNBA in pay the players I because once you knew that then you have the players being able to not have to play over seas. Instead, they're playing year or their they play their season. And then they've got the whole rest of the year to go out and they can be promoters. They can go in a ten their local NBA franchise, if they have one, they can go to those games in and be part of that. When so many of the stars are playing overseas. They're not here building a fan base..
"commissioner" Discussed on POLITICO's Pulse Check
"Just search for politico Halse check, he should also check the show notes where we linked to stories previous episodes with Commissioner God lead and other items that we reference. During the conversation. And now, let's get to that conversation with Commissioner. Scott Gottlieb Commissioner Scott Gottlieb. Welcome back to politico. Pulse. Check. Thanks for having me. We weren't expecting you back. So soon the secret to cut the line is just to announce it your resigning it worked here. You are one of your colleagues. I was asking around trying to figure out what what to ask you today. One of your colleagues said I should ask if you don't love America anymore. If that's why you're leaving the FDA feel free to weigh in on that sometimes, you know, sometimes a pipe just a pipe. And you know, the reason I'm leaving the reason I gave this got really difficult commuting from Connecticut and being away from my family, basically for two straight years. So my kids on Saturday, but you know, it'd be home late Friday night. And I'd be back in Washington Sunday and mostly working all day Sunday. So two years of that with with three young kids got hard reporters. Like me, my colleague, Sara Carl Smith's are over m-. All others have been. Trying to figure out the reasons behind your departure. Do you understand why that has been such a source of curiosity? I don't understand why has been source of curiosity. You know, obviously, I love this job. And I'm very unhappy leave it I would have liked to have done for longer. And it was a difficult decision in the week after I resigned motionless. It was very difficult. I was thinking whole week. What did I do was this right decision? But you know, I've been in two years, and I worked this job one hundred and fifty percent, I think that that was largely apparent to people on the outside. This was really a twenty four seven job. I I didn't work from home Fridays. I was home late Friday night again, which spent part of Saturday with my kids. Go out my wife, Saturday night and Sunday be back at work two straight years that difficult. I think in retrospect had had I do it over again. I would have moved my family down here at the outset. But I didn't speaking on behalf of journalists. I think one reason it is such a source of curiosity is there. It could be a reason that you're leaving that could be of interest to the American people, for instance, if you push too hard on tobacco, and that was an issue or if the White House had a different vision for the FDA that would seem to be of interest to well on the tobacco. I understand the proximity of when I announced on that Tuesday versus there was reports that I had been at the White House that Friday a briefing on tobacco meeting. But the reality is, you know, there was always going to be something immediately before I resigned and something coming up immediately after I resigned as always things happening here every week. I think with respect to the tobacco issue in particular. I would hope we put that to rest with the announcement made last week where not only did weed Vance a policy that we intended to. But you know, we got strong support the secretary put out a statement. I had a White House fact sheet issued the White House press secretary re tweeted some of the statements Kellyanne Conway over the weekend re tweeted some of these statements with respect to that that announcement you had to chief-of-staff, Mick Mulvaney and had. Domestic policy council. Joe Rogan both affirming that there was going to be steps taken to address a youth the youth addiction to to nicotine in e cigarettes and additional tobacco relation coming. So I think the strong statements and the administration which we would have had regardless. But I would think that's strong. That's strong statement from the administration, in fact that we got that policy out in time for him that we that we intended to would would put those rumors to rest vaping has been a major subject of of your tenure. It has been something you've weighed in on quite a bit. I don't want to spend too much time on it. But the Washington Times a conservative paper has an editorial today Wednesday morning saying that your resignation quote comes at just the right time..
"commissioner" Discussed on POLITICO's Pulse Check
"On and in our earlier podcast with a top jewel executive Tevi. Troy, we talked about how cool some of these products, actually, look, and why that can be a difficult balance a strike because they need to be somewhat cool. But not so trendy is to get teenagers hooked on them too. FDA Commissioner Gottlieb has teased a formal announcement next week. You're a reporter here. What are you watching for? Well, I think that there is definitely going to be more in that announcement than the flavored products ban. Like, we said Altria has already sort of prompted with some things that they want to see. So maybe we will see something about age limits in next week's plan. Also, we have to remember that this is a very quick reaction to a very specific issue teen use. But like you said they want to strike a balance for adult smokers as well. They have pushed back actually formally regulating the industry until twenty twenty two. So they've got a few more years to outline what it can look like from this point onwards. How flavored products can come back to the market and how they are going to make sure that adult smokers continue switching I would note that on Thursday the same day that this announcement came out the CDC released figures. Saying that smoking is an all time low. I think that the FDA wants to make sure that that trend continues and they're going to be looking at e cigarettes as a part of that in the future. We'll we'll be looking at your coverage of the pending. He cigarette announcement next week and sir over multi queue for joining political pulse. Check making your debut, first time.
"commissioner" Discussed on POLITICO's Pulse Check
"The bottom line is that if we are creating a whole pool of kids addicted to nicotine through e cigarettes some proportion than we're gonna become long-term uses of combustible tobacco that otherwise might never have initiate tobacco and all the great gains that we've made in his country, reducing smoking rates. And you saw the data that came out today showing smoking rates continue to come down and also stigmatizing smoking among young people. So that we're reducing the pool of future smokers all of that will be reversed or lost. If we can address the youth use of cigarettes. I'm Dan diamond this pulse. Check and that was FDA. Commissioner Scott Gottlieb vowing to crack down on e cigarette. Sales to young Americans. I just sat down with the FDA Commissioner, right? As news was breaking about the FDA's plan to widely banned sales a flavored e cigarettes in an effort to curb teen. Use now Commissioner Gottlieb couldn't comment on news reports, but he did detail with the agency is thinking what he's called an epidemic ahead of a formal announcement next week, but someone who can break down the latest news and t- up white. You're about to hear from Commissioner Gottlieb is my colleague, sir overhaul who's been covering the e cigarette beat get to both of those conversations in a moment. But first reminder, if you like pulse check, if you like being able to hear us put questions directly to Commissioner leave and other top officials. You can help us by keeping the podcast going every rating review on itunes. It's help. And please send suggestions to you. Can find me a D diamond politico dot com by Email and.
"commissioner" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show
"Best ever against what Nessin listen, listen, Paul, you need understand, Gus, malzahn singlehandedly changed this game too. Big boy fast. Get him get Afrim football. Now, who is your daddy for damage to listening to Paul? Finebaum show podcast sorta lighted to welcome in the Commissioner of the southeastern conference from his office. Some news today about the Commissioner of the league has extended. His contract and congratulations Commissioner Sankey. I know you must be pleased with where you are and where this conference is going. I start with where the conferences and where the conference going, and it's obviously great to be a part of it. So the the announcement today in the trust of our presidents and chancellors is an honor. It's exciting, but we're right back to work no doubt and I'm sure it's it's not something that you're probably thinking about, but it's always nice to move these things off the off off to the side so you can get back to what you're supposed to be doing and let let's talk about this conference. I football, I'm sure you catch the the people every Sunday afternoon. You don't look too far for SEC teams. Well, I saw I think your tweet week where you made it observation about our performance kind of is that all. So it's only four, four, eight, come on. Yeah, come on. That's exactly right. Yeah, it's it's, it's a testament to the support provided to our programs are coaches are student athletes just I was watching your. Your interview with Mark and the progress that's been made in Kentucky's program year after year, and it's taken awhile and to see them at this point in the season undefeated attribute to them. But that's happening all across greatly. And we have good first couple of weeks. We'll look to see that play out through the rest of the season. Yeah, I do. I do want to ask you about Kentucky because everyone's proud of the accomplishments up there, but it would really gets me Commissioner are the fans. I mean, they have literally taken over this program in many others was such enthusiasm. And I think it shows that when people don't look too closely at a league life, this they're missing out on some of the great stories. They are the first time I ever visited Lexington was in June of two thousand three. And obviously you think about basketball and this great tradition there, but this huge football stadium, Mitch Barnhart, and his staff have completely remodeled that stadium. I was there for the Auburn game a couple years ago on a Thursday night, and you saw that enthusiasm and passion play out. We just finished an athletic director's meeting like literally a few moments ago. Mitch is our chair and they have three hundred, their leading donors traveling to college station. There's an excitement on their team not only where they are, but the chance to play somebody new someplace new. And that's part of the excitement that I think they feel as well Commissioner. I want to go back to your tenure nearly three little bit over three years now since taking over for Commissioner slide, and we have a graphic on our screen talking about some of the great accomplishments intern. Terms of revenue sixteen national championships, we all were so proud of the basketball tournament this year, and that was one of one of the things I know you work so hard onto to make sure the right people were in place and the emphasis on college basketball with eight in the tournament, of course, of base baseball speaks for itself and so does football. I know that's a lot to digest, but it's it's part of what you do every day with this conference represents. We stand in many ways is the Commissioner stand on the shoulders of the people in front of me. You know, my closeness with Mike and working with him here for so many years, what he put in place and ROY Kramer before him has been a friend of mine for twenty five years and and even through the legacy of commissioners in the decision making. So when I say it's an honor, it's an honor to lead this great conference given the status that you just explained, but also to to step into the shoes which are are huge, enormous to fill given the great leadership. This conference has had overtime, and that's produced those outcomes. You know, sixteen national championships in the last three years, we had eleven runners-up last year..
"commissioner" Discussed on Pat Gray Unleashed
"High speed road i think we should all get off the roads being out here we were i don't need it you can't sorry that's that and you are disappointment and you also what i'm in very pointed out you may take you may not tell me when to pay my child you may not tell me wearing kids and her friends students from mit and yeah you may tell me nothing because you told me alcohol right hero that's tested for alcohol right seriously that's just yeah right then absolutely and i guarantee you a guarantee you those children are probably probably now want to be disparaging probably spoiled brats if that is if that is there a dolt absolutely role model if that's who they're emulating holy crap what kind of children are in that car right there they got pulled over and she is a prime example that commissioner is a prime example as to what's wrong with our politicians we all know them something you and me in those police officers we her something she demands special treatment she demands that her children don't be held accountable for whatever the offense was she's going to take care of this though snowflakes don't have to worry about any kind of they never have probably had to worry about any any kind of payment for for any kind of transgression and society because mom's gonna come up there mop up the mess well what happened was the police commissioner said you know what let's make this video public let's go ahead and release this what happened miss commissioner can no longer call herself miss commissioner she resigned after the embarrassment.
"commissioner" Discussed on WiLD 94.9
"Stop commissioner me hey good california the ooh now no for nine the number one.
"commissioner" Discussed on WBAL 1090AM
"Commissioner diseases who are light respect let his appointing a corruption task force would ever look at this i know task force i don't know if they can do it themselves i think that needs to be something independent to do this outside of the part we're trying to figure out is a systemic is this in batting in the department listener back cop are bad everything's jason dusty from penn state deming every coach's knob you're right that's what we need to get to the bottom of and you know what i think an extra set of eyes probably the worst thing in the world so wonders independent someone who's outside the organization we've seen certain leadership people dropped like flies in the last few days a week or whatever so there has been turnover but hopefully commissionerdesignate desouza is that pressurized always someone is a longtime baltimore thirty thirty years and you weren't to get to the bottom has come up on my show peter moscow's who is now professor former baltimore police officer weather so before kappend hug was his really well selling book he'll join us to talk about how systemic this is i heard on the other day he says he's shocked by the things he's hearing out of the baltimore city police department and we'll get an idea of how widespread this can be and how hard it is to kind of do some self introspects using your example there you use the penn state example ever since the information come out on this horrible creature nasser at of michigan state university you now have the bipartisan men united states senator is a joni urged from a iowa who's a republican and democrat united states senator gene gene from from new hampshire they have called for an independent federal investigation not just in the michigan state but into usa gymnastics resumes of use an example brett when.
"commissioner" Discussed on POLITICO's Pulse Check
"Obamacare was a big lie you can keep your doctor lie you can keep your plan lie was ally directly from the president i'm then diamond this is pulse check in that was president donald trump on wednesday across the past few months we've heard from the president we've heard from congress we've heard from governors but there's one voice then we haven't heard from much and that's the leukel leaders implementing in overseeing healthcare and today you hear from two of the several dozen big city health commissioners newark city commissioner mary bassett and chicago kushner julie morita there with doctors they've been nc purview years and they don't think the republican promises on the repeal bill add up stay tuned for that but i am quick housekeeping i'll be at politico on the unconventional political convention ambassador california it's next weekend be moderating to panels may have heard of potocani can sign up for more information or attend at politic con dot com i'll be there with a bunch of other political folks as well will be doing a live teething of politicos noor cast of moderating that discussion second you'll hear me reference a few times in this conversation the series ideas on hospitals charity care and cleveland clinic you can find that on politico dot com comes up a few times what i'm talking to the commissioners and with that here's mary bassett and julie morita let's start with us to health commissioners in the same room to talk about healthcare but before we get to that i want to know what does health commissioner do like what is he elevator pitch if i was the corner you and say commissioner rita commissioner bassett what do you do all day what is the job.