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"congressman earl blumenauer" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX

News Radio 1190 KEX

01:40 min | 6 months ago

"congressman earl blumenauer" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX

"Part of the solution, you know, because we've been through so much for so long and so be able to do something to help out is just it feels good. The clinic is being run by Kaiser Permanente Legacy Health Away Chess You and Providence. A vaccinated 3200 people Yesterday the clinic will be in operation for 6 to 9 months. It's by appointment only through the Oregon Health Authority, or he consorted Iran whitened in Oregon Congressman Earl Blumenauer of introduced a bill to expand voting access across the country. The vote at Home Act would allow everyone to vote by mail. They could use male or drop off sites for their ballots. It would cover postal cost of stamps wouldn't be necessary and voters would be automatically registered to vote when they get a driver license of the D. M V. Nearly half of Of all voters across the country used voted home ballots in the November election. Mayock Open from the port and lawyer and dairy farm air who was pepper sprayed by Mayor Ted Wieder last weekend. 11 90 Katie Exes Gail Cunningham says Carrie Catt knives now apologizing for the confrontation. In a statement late Wednesday, Carrie Catt No apologized to the mayor and his own law firm partners, he said. Quote. I am remorseful for my decision to confront Mayor Wheeler on Sunday, January 24th and I'm sorry he felt the need to use pepper spray. The argument over mask wearing happened as Wheeler left the Hillsdale McMenamins after dining outdoors. Catena, who was not wearing a mask, stood close to Wheeler and was sprayed when he refused to back off. Wheeler then filed a police report cannot says he has since contacted the mayor's office requesting an opportunity to amicably resolve the matter. Mayer Wiener issued a statement saying that he's hopeful this will be a catalyst for change to return to healthy, respectful civic dialogue. He says he considers the matter Closed.

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"congressman earl blumenauer" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX

News Radio 1190 KEX

02:50 min | 6 months ago

"congressman earl blumenauer" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX

"Of this group about resignations, but ultimately, he decided This was a nonstarter, and I'm told it's because he doesn't trust that Mike Pence would actually pardon him in that. He also had asked about the possibility of him showing up in person to testify in this Senate hearing. AIDS talked him out of that, maybe see news, senior White House correspondent says. So you take up. Another member of Congress has coronavirus following last week's Capitol Hill riots. New York Democrat Adriano Espaillat tested positive for covert 19 despite he said, receiving both doses of vaccine s buyout voted in person for impeachment. Adam speaker today I cast my vote for the second time to impeach Donald J. Trump. He wore a mask during the debate, but the diagnosis underscores how dangerous it could be on the House floor for members right now, more than a half dozen congressmen have tested positive since the riot last Wednesday. Aaron Carter. Ski ABC News New York Johnson and Johnson Space three clinical trial results of its vaccine do at the end of the month. You're listening to ABC News. Our top story. The landslide will keep West Burns. I close to at least Monday morning. The slide happened at the Barbara Walker crossing a pedestrian bridge over the busy rolled, Dylan Rivera with the Portland Bureau of Transportation says. Large fir tree was leaning on the bridge. The city's structural engineers need to take a careful look and assess the safety of the bridge structure itself. Utility crews had to remove poles and power lines. Then the trees will be cut down and hauled away. Engineers need to make sure the hillside is stable before West Burnside can re open. One person is missing following the landslide that hit the Dodson area early yesterday morning in the Columbia River Gorge. The Multnomah County Sheriff's Office says 50 year old Jennifer more from Warrendale is the person who's missing. Deputies are still searching the area to find her. Oregon's Democrat, members of Congress voted to impeach President Trump Congressman Earl Blumenauer says Trump's actions threaten the integrity of the election and put the lives of the vice president and members of Congress at risk. Democrat Congressman Peter DeFazio says in September, the president talked about stopping the electoral college count. I think this was part of a plan to disrupt the Electoral college to the United States to Washington state Republican members of Congress voted to impeach President Trump is well, representative Dan Newhouse said. It's a sad day for the republic. But not too sad is what happened. January 6th. That is why, with a heavy heart And clear resolved. I will vote yes, on these articles of impeachment. So it was Washington representative Jaime Herrera. Butler also voted for impeachment. Flagler, who was working for a Portland general Electric crew was killed when she was hit by a work truck. The accident happened yesterday morning on Highway 26 near Cherry Ville Drive east of Sandy. That's a look at the latest news on Philip Nash News radio 11 90 K E X. It's a brand new year and Haverty furniture is here to help you keep.

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"congressman earl blumenauer" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:51 min | 1 year ago

"congressman earl blumenauer" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Began to withdraw and relocate from the downtown area at the center of the Clash is the Justice Department says More than 70 protesters have been charged with federal crimes. Adam Kelsey ABC NEWS Washington renewed concerns about the safety of tear gas. It has been more widely used in recent protests around the country. Just in love. Francoise publishes an alternative newspaper in Charlotte, North Carolina. He was live streaming a protest there on June 2nd and was in a crowd of demonstrators when police unleashed a volley of tear gas, whom I got my face is on fire my eyes on fire. Charlotte Mecklenburg Deputy Police Chief Jeff Estes says. Tear gas can be an effective way to control a crowd and protect officers. I don't think in a civilized society where we have right control agents. To use which are less Leslie through their irritants that we should have to resort to shields and sticks. But Oregon Congressman Earl Blumenauer, once the Environmental Protection Agency to investigate the use, safety and oversight of tear gas on my campus police in New York, arrest a woman who they say vandalize the Black lives matter Mural outside Trump Towers in Manhattan. The New York Post reports that she threw blue paint across the large yellow letters on Fifth Avenue. That mural has been vandalized nearly every week. Since it was painted back in June, The University of Connecticut has gotten a $10 million grant. They'll research how to raise poultry for food without giving the birds antibiotics. The grant comes from the Agriculture Department's National Institutes of Food and Agriculture Project will be led by an animal science professor Yukon with a team of 30 researchers from eight different colleges and universities. Joint W. B C news, radio and TV Tuesday night, 87 As we simulcast the debate between Senator Ed Markey and his challenger, representative Joe Kennedy, the stakes are high as the primary.

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"congressman earl blumenauer" Discussed on AP News

AP News

15:04 min | 1 year ago

"congressman earl blumenauer" Discussed on AP News

"The use of tear gas on demonstrators during police violence protests around the country has raised concerns about its safety Justin what France while publishes an alternative newspaper in Charlotte North Carolina he was live streaming a protest there on June 2 and was in a crowd of demonstrators when police son leased a volley of tear gas when I got my face on fire mas empire Charlotte Mecklenburg deputy police chief Jeff Estes says tear gas can be an effective way to control the crowd and protect officers I don't think it is the last decided where we have our control agents to use which are less less lethal there irritants are that we should have to resort to shields and sticks but Oregon congressman Earl Blumenauer once the environmental protection agency to investigate the use safety and oversight of tear gas on my campus

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Lack of study and oversight raises concerns about tear gas

AP News Radio

00:54 sec | 1 year ago

Lack of study and oversight raises concerns about tear gas

"The use of tear gas on demonstrators during police violence protests around the country has raised concerns about its safety Justin what France while publishes an alternative newspaper in Charlotte North Carolina he was live streaming a protest there on June second and was in a crowd of demonstrators when police son leased a volley of tear gas when I got my face on fire mas empire Charlotte Mecklenburg deputy police chief Jeff Estes says tear gas can be an effective way to control the crowd and protect officers I don't think it is the last decided where we have our control agents to use which are less less lethal there irritants are that we should have to resort to shields and sticks but Oregon congressman Earl Blumenauer once the environmental protection agency to investigate the use safety and oversight of tear gas on my campus

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Federal officers Trump sent to Portland teargassed protesters

The Last Word with Lawrence O'Donnell

05:16 min | 1 year ago

Federal officers Trump sent to Portland teargassed protesters

"We've done a great job in Portland Portland was totally out of control and. They went in and I guess we have many people right now in jail and we very much quelled, and if it starts again, we'll quote it again very easily. It's not hard to do you know what you're doing? That was Donald Trump. On Monday today, a commentator Charlie Pierce wrote a major American city is being softly pinot shade in broad daylight, and if we know one thing, if this president and his administration get away with this, it will only get worse joining us now. Democratic Congressman Blumenauer. He Represents Oregon's third district much of which, or which includes much of Portland. Congressman blue our. Thank you for being with us. The governor of your state said that the. Doesn't solve any problems that escalates the situation and we've been watching police and federal forces and National Guard engage with protesters since May, twenty fifth across this country, and in the vast majority of cases, it has inflamed the situation as opposed to calmed it. Absolutely and that's the case here. Dramatic overreaction! The sort of the storm trooper tactics. Luckily, it is all on video. People can see for a fact that there isn't any large menacing crowd. Riot there's. An innocent relatively at looks like an innocent bystander who rolled a tear gas canister that was thrown his way shot by. Nonlethal weapon fractured his skull. This is outrageous and. Donald Trump knew what he was doing. Maybe he could be helpful, but I think it's a deliberate effort to make the situation worse. They've certainly managed to do that ear important. Donald Trump tweeted about this crossing state lines to incite violence as a federal crime Li- liberal governors and mayors much get must must get much tougher on the federal government is going to step in and do what has to be done, and that includes using the unlimited power of our military and many arrests. This works for some people in his base, but it. It's really not what most people think. The US military's for. Absolutely absolutely and in fact what we've seen here in Portland things have been challenging in the past. Things have been quieted down, but moving in here unlimited force. Things like taking bystanders with people who are not clearly identified of who they are not identified shoving them into unmarked cars and taking them away This is a banana republic. This is something that is not calculated to calm a difficult situation and we don't need it. Our governor, our mayor of the congressional delegation. Has. No interest in having this outside interference with people who are not trained in trying to help keep the peace and instead are inflaming the situation. I, you know the Charlie Pierce used the word Pinochet. and You bring up something that I think is important. You see these these officers I don't know what to call them, because we don't really know entirely who they are. They don't have badges. They don't have names. They could be from different federal. Organizations their cars. They're using unmarked vehicles. We just saw one there on the screen I. If this is a legitimate law enforcement effort, none of that would have to happen. Law Enforcement in this country are supposed to wear badges identify themselves have numbers. The cars say police or national guard or military on them. This is very unusual that it seems to be these the secret of tactics. Absolutely and if you're interested in keeping the peace and helping law enforcement, you would coordinate with the local police with the local authorities. They're not there at our. Invitation. Effort to work with us in a cooperative fashion and things that are recorded on video that people can see for themselves have no place in the streets of America's cities. What do we do about the accountability issue? One of the reasons police have badges that you can identify them. These are these people are mask. They have gas mask on in many cases there in full. Combat Gear You think there's an effort here to escape accountability. Absolutely I mean this is the the operating mode of the trump administration mating responsibility, maybe trying to deflect attention from things that are responsibility dealing with the pandemic crow virus. And instead. Of having an opportunity here for people intervening. In a way that is just it. It's scandalous. We're going to work to try and have legislation that help rain this. Limit. The powers have an investigation to find out what actually happened to blow the cover off their story. Good to see. Thank you for joining US Oregon Congressman Earl Blumenauer who represents the third district which includes much Portland. Thank you for joining me

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Senate stalls background check bill passed by House

Michael Berry

00:27 sec | 2 years ago

Senate stalls background check bill passed by House

"After the weekend mass shootings Oregon congressman Earl Blumenauer says it's time to turn up the heat on the U. S. Senate to pass the house bill requiring universal background checks is gun safety this is healing the wounds that are being inflicted on our society by the incumbent in the White House every single day president trump has vowed action after the latest mass shooting saying he now supports legislation to toughen

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"congressman earl blumenauer" Discussed on WJR 760

WJR 760

01:36 min | 2 years ago

"congressman earl blumenauer" Discussed on WJR 760

"The house Judiciary Committee has moved to authorize subpoenas for documents and testimony related to the trump administration's immigration policies and two former and current trump administration officials including Jared Kushner as part of its probe into obstruction of justice climate emergency Bernie Sanders Alexandria occasional Cortez and congressman Earl Blumenauer of Oregon will introduce a concurrent resolution in Congress to declare our climate emergency in the U. S. the resolution calls for a massive scale mobilization to halt and reverse what they say is climate change global warming occasional Cortez had said that the world would end in twelve years but later she said she didn't mean it literally the state of Texas will ask a federal appeals court in New Orleans today to end obamacare correspondent click nobles says Democrats are appealing a decision last year to jump the affordable Care Act if the ruling declaring obamacare unconstitutional ease up held it could be followed by an appeal to the US Supreme Court the state of Texas argues that because a U. S. District Court has ruled the law's individual mandate which brought a penalty to people who chose to remain uninsured is unconstitutional the rest of the law can't be enforced but supporters say that striking down the law would put the health care of millions of people at risk will Texas is leading the way to do away with obamacare it hasn't presented a plan to replace it Clayton that'll Dallas there's another Democrat running for president billionaire activist times tire casting himself as an outsider who will oppose what he calls the hostile corporate takeover of America.

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'A moral imperative:' AOC, Bernie Sanders call for climate emergency declaration

Frank Beckmann

00:26 sec | 2 years ago

'A moral imperative:' AOC, Bernie Sanders call for climate emergency declaration

"Climate emergency Bernie Sanders Alexandria occasional Cortez and congressman Earl Blumenauer of Oregon will introduce a concurrent resolution in Congress to declare our climate emergency in the U. S. the resolution calls for a massive scale mobilization to halt and reverse what they say is climate change global warming occasional Cortez had said that the world would end in twelve years but later she said she didn't mean it

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"congressman earl blumenauer" Discussed on The Beat with Ari Melber

The Beat with Ari Melber

04:51 min | 2 years ago

"congressman earl blumenauer" Discussed on The Beat with Ari Melber

"No doubt Donald Trump addresses, a polarized nation tonight, and they're already signs of dramatic polarization intention in who is heading to the speech inside the house both sides, featuring guests to make different kinds of points. Trump bringing victims families to draw -tection to crime committed by undocumented immigrants, also bringing a child named Trump who was bullied for his name speaker Pelosi bringing the new president of Planned Parenthood other Democrats bringing undocumented woman who recently worked at Trump's golf course. And at least five transgender servicemembers there he rebuke from Democrats to Trump's executive van meanwhile freshman star doubling down on confrontational politics by bringing the very activists who stepped to Jeff flake over the cavenaugh battle. And says well behaved women really making will be hate women rarely make history. Thank you. You. I'm joined now by congressman Earl Blumenauer who says he is boycotting Trump's speech tonight the second year in a row he done so announcing in a statement that he will skip a speech that he expects to be filled with little more than quote lies deception and divisiveness and back along for the ride adjacent Johnston who may have a question for the congressman let me start here, sir. A lot of people agree with and understand what you're doing. What do you say to critics who argue what why not go in there? One night a year at least and be in the same room and hear each other out or in this case, you hearing him I think it's important not to dignify what should be a very important event for our nation. I've been to twenty state of the union speech is Republican and democrat like whether I agreed or disagreed, but they accorded the respect for the office dignity, and at least tempted to bring this country together. Donald Trump has not done that at all. We've just concluded a six week shutdown that is essentially a temper tantrum on his part inflicting damage on the country and eight hundred thousand federal employees. He has been in a very public argument with his own security officials, disputing what they said on television and in transcripts the man is untethered from the truth. And I think this ritual that he's a part of regardless of what's on the teleprompter. He has demeaned the presidency, and I'm not going to dignify with my presence. What would you like to see given the constitution statement that there is a state of the union, although need not be giving him person? Would you think it would be fitting if the entire hall was affectively empty and he had to address an empty hall? If you convince your colleagues to go along with you. Well, it would be I think fitting, I mean, look at the manufactured crisis. He was being honest. He would admit that the crisis at the. Order is one that he created that we could just treat people, according to the law, not separating families if the border is more secure today than it has been in decades, the notion that he's having this assault on the environment that he picks fights that we don't need to have. And I personally welcome someday him coming clean with the American public earning our trust, and I'll be happy to show up. If he comes clean with the American public. My colleague Jason Johnson is a question congressman, I have a question. So clearly you've been an advocate for marijuana legalization that something you've been pushing through. But the guests that you picked tonight to go in your place is about sort of feeding the hungry. Why did you make that selection for somebody to come in and sit in for you and be at the speech that you don't wanna say. Well, it what the world really kitchen has done and my guest. Nate mcdade's provided five million meals for people in the United States and around the world that are hungry. It illustrates the need that we have. In fact, they gave thousands and thousands of meals to furloughed federal employees who Trump locked out and denied a paycheck. I thought this symbolized that type of America that I believe in. And I think is Representative of what most of my constituents believe in. It's a powerful symbol for what's right about America? Not the division in this court. Well, it's interesting to get your perspective, particularly given the fact that you've attended as you mentioned the state of the union by presence in both parties. And there's a lot of Americans like you or wondering, how do you speak out in protest against some of what this president's done on the flip side, we heard earlier tonight from former colleague years a Republican congressman big support of the president..

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"congressman earl blumenauer" Discussed on  News Radio 1190 KEX

News Radio 1190 KEX

01:55 min | 3 years ago

"congressman earl blumenauer" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX

"X eleven ninety export Logan iheartradio station Now did you Good afternoon I'm Gayle Cunningham, our top story two members of. Oregon's congressional delegation say the nation's electric election system remains at target for hackers in this is. A national scandal congressman Earl Blumenauer and Oregon US Senator Ron Wyden are introducing legislation to secure the. System with paper ballots ahead of the November midterms can make sure that paper ballots and then audits of elections become the law of the land, voters in Oregon Washington and Colorado use paper ballots already in their vote. By mail systems President Trump is slamming. New York governor Andrew Cuomo, on Twitter today saying his political career is over after Cuomo said America was never that greatness speech. Earlier this week but despite the, backlash Trump says Cuomo will still probably. Beat his opponent Cynthia Nixon. In, the September thirteenth primary Taylor Smith is being charged with reckless endangerment. For pushing Jordan Holger Sohn off the molten falls bridge into the Lewis river fifty feet below Smith. Tells, good morning Erica she tried. To apologize at the beginning she was very here fine I know you didn't mean to hurt me And then now she just, doesn't answer Smith says she didn't think. About the consequences before pushing Holger son off the bridge Hoeger suffered broken ribs and. A punctured lung a Multnomah county judge has sentenced to forty eight year old man to twenty two years in prison after he pleaded guilty. To child sex abuse investigators found Brian Ellis had five thousand files of child porn on his phone court records show he forced a very young child to perform sex acts on several occasions, while, he recorded it on video police in. Oregon are seeing an increase in counterfeit illegal prescription drugs that, carry, Xs Brad Ford, reports are laced with deadly chemicals pills were made to. Look like prescription versions, of Xanax oxycodone painkillers a police.

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"congressman earl blumenauer" Discussed on Progressive Talk 1350 AM

Progressive Talk 1350 AM

02:17 min | 3 years ago

"congressman earl blumenauer" Discussed on Progressive Talk 1350 AM

"Tim i'm calm i'm laughing and i'm listening to you and oregon item well it's nice to have me back thank you well let's see how we would do what should we start talking solutions the thing is i my myra when i want to respond to was me saying that the problem with the democrats is their short term thinking they don't plan longterm they won't agreed incremental change they wanted all they want it now and if you don't somehow magically give it to them they throw a temper tantrum and hurt you which i don't understand we see the republicans we see how the culture works the culture works incrementally this system moves incrementally that's how we got to do it and you get people to buy in when you go incrementally but you know there's there's some oceans that are going to work i mean you're progressive purity police this is one of the reasons i called you is it just like policing you know there's some cities where the cops are just maniacs go through a bus heads and those other cities that are more progressive with their police you know entice people to follow the law instead of bashing your head really what cities that where i can tell you that knowing that portland either that's got quite the reputation for occasionally shooting people don't know the philadelphia police i'm trying to think what police department has his reputation to be a nice tim i gotta tell you i'm not aware of one progressive purity police should set the standard for that but here's how we can do it like hearing oregon my i live in oregon stirred which is like really really like the east side of portland and guess what the republicans didn't even run a candidate because our congressman earl blumenauer is they don't even bother the nice thing is we got an independent running against tim tim i got ahold hold yeovil one more time you get one of the three segment deals it's an honor around here tim i know where you're going i think we should go there next where justice is served today is this happens here and virtually anywhere because today innovative companies are reinventing the way business happens and they need people who can keep up with the expertise and technology to get packages to over one hundred.

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"congressman earl blumenauer" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

C-SPAN Radio

02:41 min | 3 years ago

"congressman earl blumenauer" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

"Republicans bring to the floor the socalled balanced budget amendment which signals a surrender that republicans admit they can't budget responsibly after the largest transfer of wealth in our nation's history with a tax bill that was so flawed they couldn't even risk having hearing on it they literally were writing the bill while we were in work session in a desperate scramble for votes and special interests support ryan leases his legacy a guy who on the budget committee railed against deficits and deficit spending slashing social spending he leaves as his legacy trillion dollar deficits for as far as the i can see year after year they come forward with a balanced budget amendment wait a minute if my friends wanted to balance the budget they couldn't do it they control the white house they control the senate they control the house if they wanted to there's nothing stopping them but instead they came forward with an omnibus bill that explodes spending further and adds to the deficit the balanced budget amendment would phrase into the constitution a requirement that somebody else eight years from now balanced the budget it's a classic bait and switch situation what a legacy for paul ryan and the republicans they have made a shambles out of the tax code they made a mockery of tax fairness they are not willing to make hard spending decisions today they want a free something in the constitution that would require somebody seven eight ten years from now to do what they're afraid unwilling or unable to do today it's a sham bayton switch in the classic sense i don't think the american public is going to stand for it and certainly no responsible member of this house i should vote for it congressman earl blumenauer germany els the cherokee is is the gentleman from virginia this is speaker i reserve gentleman reserves the chair recognizes the gentleman from marilyn yield to mr cost of california for three minutes gentleman's recognized for three minutes i thank the gentleman for yielding that's speaker i rise in support of the imperfectly balanced budget amendment let me say why this week the congressional budget office released the annual.

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"congressman earl blumenauer" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

02:01 min | 3 years ago

"congressman earl blumenauer" Discussed on KOMO

"The us today mostly due to that winter storm in the east you're listening to abc news stay connected stay informed this is 20 minutes of nonstop news komo news one thousand fm 97 7 good afternoon komo news chinese 102 forty seven and mostly cloudy in seattle on charlie harger with a look at today's top local stories the us attorney general is expected to change the way his office looks at legal marijuana a couple of sources say jeff session plans on rescinding the policy that has allowed legal pot do not be challenged by federal authorities it's a move oregon congressman earl blumenauer advised against just last month i think we get real we do the ring third we work to keep it out of the hands of kids and we don't pretend something that's not coop through the revised policy sessions is giving authority to us attorneys to enforce federal laws against canada's youths state leaders are not happy with sessions after he ended that policy more from komos jeff pohjola hunter the obama administration enforcing federal marijuana laws was seen as pretty much a necessary but jeff sessions has long been a but jeff sessions has long been an opponent of legalised weed so he rescinded the coal memorandum which essentially kept the feds at bay state ag bob frigates that it's too soon to say in terms of a legal response to the action taken by attorney general sessions governor inslee agrees saying the justice department should focus more upon the opioid crisis wish they would be more concerned about an epidemic this eating our country alive rather than chasing the past marijuana jeff pohjola komo news family of a woman shot and killed by king county deputies after being called for a welfare check has filed a wrongful death suit seattle times reports a suit filed by this issue of rene data's claims deputies tampered with the crime scene and probe failed to provide her assistance after she was shot in 2016 lawsuit says he was with suicidal at the.

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"congressman earl blumenauer" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

01:50 min | 3 years ago

"congressman earl blumenauer" Discussed on KOMO

"On i five were also hurt the brief report offers little new information but it does include an odd admission it says seventeen days after the crash investigators have not yet interviewed the engineer and conductor working the lead locomotive saying this is due to their injuries sustained in the accident and engineer suffered head injuries a conductor heard his hip and ribs the ntsb says monetary damage due to the crash is at least forty point four million dollars corwin haeck komo news amtrak has now been hit with a lawsuit from one of the passengers aboard the train that derailed last month penny cottrell suffered broken bones and internal injuries in that crash coming to rest in a car that was dangling off the trestle over i 5 her lawyer is mike occurs act and he says he plans to hold amtrak accountable so there are strong questions as to the safety calls and or the systemic issues that existed amtrak that need to be looked at the end need to be answered a conductor aboard amtrak level one also suing the company the company hasn't responded to requests for comment just yet kazak says he has nine more passengers who planned sue as well the us attorney general is expected to change the way his office looks at legal cannibus is abc reported and a couple of sources say that jeff sessions plans to rescind the policy that has allowed legal marijuana to not be challenged by federal authority in oregon congressman earl blumenauer advised against it just last month i hope we get real we do the ring cirque we work to keep it out of the hands of kids and don't cut ten sample let's not through the revised policy sessions is giving authority to us attorneys to enforce federal laws against cannabis use at this point no reaction from the us attorney here in washington after traffic and weather olympia reacts to jeff sessions mad brian calvert with what lawmakers as saying about the.

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"congressman earl blumenauer" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

01:54 min | 3 years ago

"congressman earl blumenauer" Discussed on KOMO

"Informed this is 20 minutes of nonstop news komo news one thousand fm 97 7 good morning to you it is a thursday night to the four th of january had cloudy skies and 38 about town seattle i'm talking of over the top stories from the komo twenty four seven news that are thanks for being with us the us attorney general expected to change the way his office looks at legal cannibus a couple sources say the jeff sessions plans to rescind a policy allowing legal marijuana to not be challenged by federal authorities it's a move oregon congressman earl blumenauer advised against just last month i think we get real we do the research we work to keep it out of the hands of kids and we don't pretend something that's not true and this servier vice policy sessions is giving authority to us attorneys to enforce federal laws against canada's use governor jay inslee issuing a statement that reads in part today forthcoming it outs what from attorney general sessions is the wrong direction for our state it also disrespects washington voters who have chosen a different path for our state toward the end of the statement the governor says we will vigorously defend our state laws against undue federal infringement reprieve for the socalled keddell falls five komo skornik reports the eastern washington medical pot growers have had their federal convictions overturned three of the kettle falls five have had their convictions vacated and charges dismissed by us district judge in spokane the family members from the stevens county town of care falls said they were growing medical pot but were convicted on drug trafficking charges the case was an early example of authorities attempting to enforce federal marijuana prohibition in the face of state legalization the spokesmanreview reports in vacating the convictions judge thomas rice his ruling in support of a decision by congress to disallow federal spending on pot prosecutions in states where pot has been legalised corwin haeck komo.

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"congressman earl blumenauer" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

02:15 min | 3 years ago

"congressman earl blumenauer" Discussed on KOMO

"Medical pot growers in eastern washington have had their federal convictions voided almost corwin haeck reports on a longawaited outcome for their cattle falls five their name for the tiny town in northeastern wash were they grew and sold marijuana for medical use in 2015 a federal court convicted them on drug trafficking charges even though medical pod had long been allowed in washington and at the time recreational marijuana was newly legal now the spokesmanreview reports a federal judge in spokane has vacated the convictions and dismissed all charges the defendants had argued on appeal prosecutors worry in violation of federal law that bans federal authorities from spending money to prosecute medical cannabis cases district court judge thomas rice agreed corwin haeck komo news us attorney general jeff sessions announcing later today that he's going after legal marijuana komos brian calvert explain a couple of people with direct knowledge of this decision tell the associated press that sessions plans on rescinding a policy that has allowed legal caruana to not be challenged by federal authorities it's a move oregon congressman earl blumenauer advise against just last month forty three years ago the national commission on marijuana and drug abuse released a report finding that the federal ban on marijuana is unjustified and inappropriate on the surface the revised policy doesn't change much sessions is just giving authority to us attorneys to enforce federal laws against cannibus use blumenauer warns move like this is not just backwards but it's also going to be costly marijuana large don't work and government billions brian calvert komo news i state's governor calls the rescinding of the coal memorandum the wrong direction for our state in a prepared statement jay inslee says quote i am especially frustrated that this announcement comes after sessions has refused offers from attorney general ferguson and myself to meet with him to discuss these policies in purse and after he's disregarded the import did we and other state leaders have provided to his department's less was amtrak derailment is now drawing lawsuits from passengers attorney mike kerr's access penny cottrell was in the seventh car of the train the one that came to rest dangling over i5 bad should not have happened a lot of people are suffering from and a lot of people are going to continue to.

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"congressman earl blumenauer" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

01:46 min | 3 years ago

"congressman earl blumenauer" Discussed on KOMO

"Cascades this morning mid20s it a lot of places ellensburg for example one place like that foggy in olympia 33 everett clear skies and 33 seattle cloudy and thirty eight degrees komo news time seven oh sex the us attorney general's expected to change the way his office looks at legal marijuana a couple of sources say jeff sessions plans to rescind the policy that has allowed legal marijuana to have not be challenged by federal authorities had to move oregon congressman earl blumenauer advised against just last month i think we get real we do the raipur we work to keep it out of the hands and kid and we don't ten something that's not through the revised policy sessions is giving authority to us attorneys to enforce federal laws against canada's use a pass singer on the amtrak train that derailed last month and dupont has now filed suit calls pete combs has more on the case of penny control control was one of more than one hundred people rushed to the hospital when amtrak 501 hit a three mile an hour curve over i 5 and almost eighty miles an hour now she's filed suit against amtrak mike hers acas her chicagobased attorney ended up gaining several fractured ribs fractured clavicle an internal injury there was a horrific experience occurs excess could travel is one of ten passengers have now become his clients after he says they were all approached by amtrak ending them a piece of paper and think it okay kenya sign that our clients don't understand what paper amtrak leptin so far no response from amtrak on that claim cottrell becomes the second person in a single day to file suit against amtrak over the crash brokers exa she almost certainly won't be the last pete combs komo news parking could get tougher to find on capitol hill and in many of the city's busiest neighborhoods if a new plan passes the seattle city council wants.

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"congressman earl blumenauer" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

01:38 min | 3 years ago

"congressman earl blumenauer" Discussed on KOMO

"Could actually come into play for these cases that are being overturn it's a move that oregon congressman earl blumenauer advised against just last month fortythree years ago the national commission on marijuana and drug abuse released a report finding that the federal ban on marijuana is unjustified and inappropriate the revised policy doesn't change much based on what we know says she just just giving authority to us attorneys to enforce federal laws against canada's use that could come into play in some of these cannabis related convictions blumenauer warns of move like this is not just backwards it's also going to be costly are marijuana la don't work and cost the government billions reporting live brian calvert komo news it's six thirty four and alcohol aaa traffic update john they'll since here to talk of us serious problem yeah we got a big mess right now southbound i five approaching the west seattle bridge we've got free lanes blocked with an accident this rolledover truck that was carrying steel plates just the right lane is getting through traffic is just backed up solid almost to state route five twenty we're hearing about a possible accident involving a dump truck hitting an overpass that's northbound one six seven rat around 405 it looks like it might be blocking the right lane they'd be heading over the mountains no restrictions for stevens snoqualmie passes our next report at six forty four john nelson komo news here's the forecast from settling governmentally cloudy skies those scattered showers they'll be around but later today so a good chunk today's gonna be dry we're on our way to sing those highs in the upper 40s another route of rain coming through overnight tonight and through the day tomorrow so it will be twenty saggy on your friday we're going with a series of systems coming through for the weekend i'm seth wayne in the.

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"congressman earl blumenauer" Discussed on AP News

AP News

01:35 min | 4 years ago

"congressman earl blumenauer" Discussed on AP News

"The adb radio news jackie quinn president trump is praised the gop led house where today's vote that approved the first step toward tax reform white house press secretary sarah sanders president applauds the house for passing the tax cut in jobs act a massive step toward fulfilling our promise to deliver historic tax cuts for the american people by the end of the year democrats all voted 'no including oregon congressman earl blumenauer monstrosity of a tax bill is fueled by increasing the national debt two point three trillion dollars just senate still working on its version which would repeal part of care it appears senator al franken of minnesota will be the subject of a senate ethics investigation that's after a radio anchor lien tweeting revealed he had forcibly kissed her during a u s o tore in two thousand six and he posed for a lewd photo while she was sleeping against a working through the the emotion of it all now it's some it's still a i saw a pit in my stomach an ethics investigations also being called for the case of new jersey senator bob menendez his corruption trial ended in a deadlock today but gop leaders want the charges aired in congress there's been a leak of two hundred thousand gallons of fuel from a trans canada pipeline in south dakota that this comes just days before nebraska regulators are due to announce whether to approve the keystone xl oil pipeline extension the ap's james nord reporter cog of the week is.

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"congressman earl blumenauer" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

02:19 min | 4 years ago

"congressman earl blumenauer" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"The most interesting one in this story that i work beano emphasize was the google comments which said they basically the law that prevents foreign meddling in elections is inadequate when it comes to online you know messages that there it allows foreignsponsored online messages obscure which is obvious from the the last election and the law i needed to be strengthened and i thought that was interesting and went much further than these companies have been willing to go before so we'll see what happens for that i can do i senior editor of the money and politics reporter for bloomberg government thanks for joining us fixing coming up on bloomberg politics policy and power the latest on tax reform in the house of representatives the president rallying lawmakers in and we can tell you that they have moved the vote up now in the house of representatives so we're going to tap dance little bit but first we check on the latest world and national headlines louvre's nancy lyons in washington thanks amy president trump is on capitol hill today in what shaping out to be a pep rally is the gop does prepare to quickly pass tax reform in the house congressman earl blumenauer says the bill though does not do what republicans say it does the republican cash truly built a massive disruption to shift shen is the is the speaker reported quote the focus is young middleclass tax relief that is simply not true congressman jeb hensarling those says americans have been waiting years for this they can't imagine a tax code creating lower rate for working americans in small businesses and they can now imagine a tax code that all about economic growth congressional republican leaders say they are on track to get tax reform passed by christmas handing trump is first crowning legislative achievement well los angeles radio anchor lien tweeting says democratic senator al franken kissed her inappropriately when rehearsing a sketch on a uso tour back in two thousand in six before franken was it senator and she says he also groped her while she was asleep frank and says he doesn't remember it but cents his sincerest him paul adji's while the senate has voted to confirm joseph outing as comptroller of the currency they'll play a leading role in efforts to roll back postcrisis rules that president trump and.

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