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"congressman tom marino" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

01:49 min | 2 years ago

"congressman tom marino" Discussed on KCRW

"National weather service says that parts of Oklahoma got nearly six inches of rain yesterday. It's NPR. President Trump held rally in north central Pennsylvania last night. He told supporters he expects to win reelection to the White House next year Trump visited the region to help campaign for a Republican congressional candidate GOP contender. Fred Keller is contesting a seat against democrat, Mark freidan. Berg, it became vacant last January when Republican Congressman Tom Marino resigned. The winner will complete Marino's term through January twenty twenty one police New Zealand added a charge of terrorism against the Australian man who was accused of murdering fifty one people in two mosque attacks last March in Christ Church. The suspect has already been charged with multiple counts of murder and attempted murder, the BBC's how will Griffith reports the police met with the families of victims and survivors of the shooting to tell them fist hand, the new charge of engaging in an act of terror had been laid that being debated to New Zealand over the Mets of treating the case, undeterred some lows. As it may drive the length of any trial, and potentially provide a platform through extremist views to be it, Brenton Tarrant Olsen faces fifty one charges of murder and fully comes of attempted murder. He's expected to appear in court again, next month the BBC's how will Griffith reporting a new Catholic archbishop will be installed in Washington DC today, Wilton, Gregory is the former archbishop of Atlanta. He is poised to become the first African American Catholic cardinal in the United States. The former Washington archbishop was recently defrocked over allegations of sexual abuse. This is NPR news. Support for NPR comes from.

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"congressman tom marino" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:27 min | 3 years ago

"congressman tom marino" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"In new york this is on the media brooke gladstone is out this week i'm bob garfield this week at a press conference held with senate majority leader mitch mcconnell the president took the opportunity to set the record straight on his urgent commitment to his major power osce goals like health care we are getting close to healthcare care will come up in the early to mid part of next year economic growth i'm going to be surprising so people with an economic development bill later on and the opioid crisis major announcement probably next week on the drug crisis and on the opioid massive problem when it comes to the opioid epidemic next week has been a long time coming since at least his presidential campaign incheon unbelievable problem that we have all over this country divi win i'm going to stop it you watch what happens added more recently since august when president trump officially deemed the crisis a national emergency crisis visit emergency and i'm saying officially right now it is an emergency is a emergency we're going to spend a lot of time a lot of effort and a lot of money or the opioid crisis except that no expenditure of time effort or money managing this national emergency is evident at the death toll gets ever larger experts estimate that last year sixty four thousand people died from drug overdoses more than half from heroin sentinel and prescription painkillers like oxycontin meanwhile the washington post and sixty minutes jointly reported last weekend that the government's ability to crack down on illicit painkillers sales has been seriously compromised thanks in part to tr trump's erstwhile drug czar pick pennsylvania congressman tom marino as the opioid epidemic reaches new heights a lot sponsored by marino last year made it tougher for the drug enforcement agency to stop millions of narcotic pills from flooding the streets in the midst of the worst drug epidemic in american history the us drug enforcement administration's ability to keep addictive opioids off us streets was derailed after that story broke marino was out for incident trump has just tweeted moments ago he says congressman tom marino has informed me he is withdrawing his name from consideration as drug.

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"congressman tom marino" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:26 min | 3 years ago

"congressman tom marino" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Is on the media brooke gladstone is out this week i'm bob garfield this week at a press conference held with senate majority leader mitch mcconnell the president took the opportunity to set the record straight on his urgent can mid meant to his major policy goals like health care we are getting close to healthcare web will come up in the early to mid part of next year economic growth i've gotta be surprising so people with an economic development bill later on and the opioid crisis would have a major announcement probably next week on the drug crisis and around the opioid massive problem when it comes to the opioid epidemic next week has been a long time coming since at least his presidential campaign incheon unbelievable problem that we have all over this country divi win i'm than a stop at you watch what happens added more recently since august when president trump officially deemed the crisis a national emerge gency prices is an emergency and of say officially right now it is an emergency it's a zero emergency we're going to spend a lot of time a lot of effort and a lot of money or the opioid crisis except that no expenditure of time effort or money managing this national emergency is evident as the death toll gets ever larger experts estimate that last year sixty four thousand people died from drug overdoses more than half from heroin functional and prescription painkillers like oxycontin meanwhile the washington post and sixty minutes jointly reported last weekend that the government's ability to crack down on illicit painkillers sales has been seriously compromised thanks in part to trump's erstwhile drug czar pick pennsylvania congressman tom marino as the opioid epidemic reaches new heights a lot sponsored by marino last year made it tougher for the drug enforcement agency to stop millions of narcotic pills from flooding the streets in the midst of the worst drug epidemic in american history the you s drug enforcement administration's ability to keep addictive opioids off us streets was derailed after that story broke marino was out president trump has just tweeted moments ago he says congressman tom marino has informed me he is withdrawing his name from consideration as drug czar.

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"congressman tom marino" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:31 min | 3 years ago

"congressman tom marino" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"New york this is on the media brooke gladstone his out this week i'm bob garfield this week at a press conference held with senate majority leader mitch mcconnell the president took the opportunity to set the record straight on his urgent commitment to is major policy goals like health care we are getting close to healthcare web will come up in the early to mid part of next year economic growth i've gotta be surprising some people with an economic development bill later on and the opioid crisis would have an major announcer and probably next week on the drug prices and on the opioid massive problem when it comes to the opioid epidemic next week has been a long time coming since at least his presidential campaign it's an unbelievable problem that we have all over this country divi win i'm going to stop it you watch what happens added more recently since august when president trump officially deemed the crisis a national emergency the opioid crisis is it a verges and i'm saying officially right now it is an emergency is a thorough emergency we're going to spend a lot of time a lot of effort and a lot of money or the opioid crisis except that no expenditure of time effort or money managing this national emergency is evident as the death toll gets ever larger experts estimate that last year sixty four thousand people died from drug overdoses more than half from heroin sentinel and prescription painkillers like oxycontin meanwhile the washington post and sixty minutes jointly reported last weekend that the government's ability to crack down on illicit painkillers sales has been seriously compromised thanks in part two trump's erstwhile drug czar pick pennsylvania congressman tom marino as the opioid epidemic reaches new heights a lot sponsored by marino last year made it tougher for the drug enforcement agency to stop millions of narcotic pills from flooding the streets in the midst of the worst drug epidemic in american history the you us drug enforcement administration's ability to keep addictive opioids off us streets was derailed after that story broke marino was out president trump has just tweeted moments ago he says congressman tom marino has informed me he is withdrawing his name from consideration as drug czar a triumph of journalist some maybe but.

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"congressman tom marino" Discussed on Here & Now

Here & Now

01:32 min | 3 years ago

"congressman tom marino" Discussed on Here & Now

"It's here now so what happens now that congressman tom marino president trump's nominee for white house drug czar has withdrawn his name from consideration after that scathing washington post sixty minutes report pointing out marinos ties to the drug industry and what happens to the bill marino push through congress legislation backed by the drug industry which weakens the drug enforcement administration's the da's ability to keep drug companies from selling opioids too bad actors on the black market led fasha is washington correspondent for a practice that staff at the health and medicine publication leav welcome thank you for having me and survey briefly reminding us more about what was the net bill the meat of the bill the controversial element was a person that made it extremely difficult essentially for the drug enforcement agency to freeze shipments from drug distributors it viewed as suspicious that was obviously not a popular provision once it came to light in the washington post sixty minutes report and it looks now that a bill from senator claire mccaskill who's a democrat from missouri is likely to be successful in repealing that law from last year well as they're likely to be bipartisan support for a repeal as you mentioned it was pretty shocking for everyone to hear this report from sunday that in fact the dea could not stop the drug industry from you know these shipments of drugs to as we said bad actors on the black market so it would seem as if everyone want to get rid of that.

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"congressman tom marino" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:39 min | 3 years ago

"congressman tom marino" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"This is wbz news radio 1030 the news watch never stops the news watch never stops cbs news i'm jim chenevey president trump's third attempt to get a travel ban in place said he says will protect americans from terror as hit a roadblock in the federal courts a judge in hawaii has blocked the man calling it dangerously flawed the justice department promising a swift appeal cbs's margaret brennan phase so that there are other countries on the list including north korea including sod including then it's wayland who don't stay that the regional commonality of being all muslimmajority countries that they're arguing that that these says that argument that there is why is that there was a religiously based eye towards the with that was drawn up they say that that now this this this proven that assumption is a bipartisan effort in the senate to at least temporarily replaced federal obamacare's subsidies that president trump moved to end last week bipartisan negotiators announced the dealers president trump is holding the rose garden news conference in fairly close to a shortterm solution this lucia will be for about a year or two years and it'll get us over this intermediate hump backers say the deal would restore the insurance subsidies mr trump scrapped last week what's not clear at this early stage is whether any sticking points will emerge independent analysts warn the cancellation of subsidies will drive up premiums and caused more americans to be priced out of coverage steven portnoy cbs news the white house president trump's nominee to be the nation's drugs czars withdrawn from consideration as a wing republican congressman tom marino was instrumental in passing a law last year that effectively reduce.

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"congressman tom marino" Discussed on KKOB 770 AM

KKOB 770 AM

02:32 min | 3 years ago

"congressman tom marino" Discussed on KKOB 770 AM

"On a shortterm healthcare fix trying to figure small limited by wars and stabbed all the warring chaos gimmicky premiums lower and made sure that all americans are accessory reinsurers republican lamar alexander endemic red patty murray hashed out an agreement that would keep federal payments flowing intel the insurers after president trump pulled the plug last week chairman alexander and i were able to find common ground on a number of steps to stabilise the markets and to help protect families from premium spikes as a result of the sabotage we have seen from this administration the white house has blasting a hawaii federal judge just ruling that blocks teeth third version of the trump travel ban cbs's andrew cohen the injunction is nationwide and the travel ban is indefinite says something's got to give here the heads now will appeal this to the supreme court if they have to and hope to get this injunction lifted that would allow the ban to go into effect while the case proceeds and that would be a win for the administration and a loss for the challengers no matter how the case ultimately comes out president trump's nominee to be the drug czar withdrew from consideration today that follows the sixty minutes report that congressman tom marino pushed a drug industry backed bill that weaken da's authority to shutdown suspect opioid shipments cbs his nancy court at malino to tell the president that he wanted to step down was something that was clearly hoped poor anticipated here on capitol hill and apparently at the white house as well because it was this morning just about all twenty or thirty six hours after this story first broke on sixty minutes and in the washington post that the president was announcing on twitter that marino was withdrawing his nomination president trump today called the pregnant widow of army sergeant led david john said one of the four soldiers killed in an ambush in nizhny air florida democratic congresswoman frederica wilson doesn't like the way the call wet the core never said there were a gif getting the white house says the president's conversations with the families of american heroes who've made the ultimate sacrifice our private some new fires broke out today in california even as many people have been able to return to their fireravaged neighborhoods and officials say schools in napa county will remain cluele most until monday.

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"congressman tom marino" Discussed on KOIL

KOIL

01:56 min | 3 years ago

"congressman tom marino" Discussed on KOIL

"Here's the latest from abc news i'm daria albinger obamacare's subsidies will continue for at least the next few years has been trump gave his stamp of approval to a bipartisan deal in the senate that will cover for two years the obamacare subsidies that help low income americans afford their insurance coverage is a shortterm i am solution so that we don't have this very dangerous little period about six million americans benefit from these subsidies mirrors major blow back across the political spectrum to the announcement at the white house was cutting them off president insisted the move was aimed at insurance companies at the people who buy insurance coverage karen travers abc news the white house travel ban 3point oh won't go into effect as planned tonight just hours before the president's latest travel ban was set to go into effect a federal judge in hawaii has blocked its implementation this is the administration's third version of a travel ban and judge derek watson had previously blocked earlier versions as well these restrictions would target citizens of chad iran libya north korea somalia syria and yemen as well as some individuals in venezuela lana zak abc news capitol hill the white house says the decision undercuts the president's efforts to keep the american people safe the president's pick to be the nation's drug czar has taken himself out of the running it follows the sixty minutes report that claims pennsylvania congressman tom marino helped to pass a bill that weaken the da's ability to fight the opioid epidemic a positive conversation that's how nfl players they a meeting with owners went today about the national anthem protest one noted noticeable person in quarterback colin kaepernick wasn't there was egal safety malcolm jenkins players say they were able to talk about injustices in their communities so close but yet so far the dow closes just two and a half points shy of the.

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"congressman tom marino" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

01:49 min | 3 years ago

"congressman tom marino" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"In the past hell plus expand become better and better and better thank you if you've already called if you haven't give us a call now this is wnyc f an hd and am york the live from npr news in washington i'm a rom president trump said congressman tom marino has removed his name from consideration to be the nation's drug czar a washington post cbs news investigation found he had promoted a law that undermined the federal government's authority to curb ugly distribue shen officials estimate about one hundred forty two people die every day from overdoses the president is sparking fresh controversy over his false claim that his predecessors didn't call families of fallen us service members that's as the president is justifying comments he made yesterday while speaking about four elite us true cbs who were killed in his year npr's jeff bennett reports during an interview on fox news radio president trump defended his earlier comments by suggesting that reporters asked his chief of staff retired general john kelly whether president obama called him after his son died in afghanistan and they knew that is general kelly did he he get a call from obama you could ask other people i don't know what obama's policy was i write letters and i also call kelly son marine second lieutenant robert kelly was killed while leading a platoon of marines in southern afghanistan in 2010 he was twenty nine years old trump said on monday he'd written letters to the families of the american soldiers who were ambushed and killed in each year and planned to call the family soon jeff bennett npr news.

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"congressman tom marino" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:13 min | 3 years ago

"congressman tom marino" Discussed on KQED Radio

"No coming up isis loses rock out the syrian city that served as the terrorist groups defacto capital this is the under the end of the of the the major brown war but isis is definitely going to find ways to persist also a northern california some fires are finally being brought under control but others like one in the santa cruz mountains are just getting started and ten years have to the mortgage crisis the housing market is riding high but one survey finds some markets are overvalued certainly of the store the show this year if you want to frame it that way is toronto and those were largely a function of how fast prices have risen over the last year these stories and who are the top contenders for amazon's new headquarters bids due thursday coming out here and news is first live from npr news in washington i'm nor rahm president trump said congressman tom marino has removed his name from consideration to be the nation's a drug czar a washington post cbs news investigation found he had promoted a law that undermined the federal government's authority to curb through a distribution officials estimate about one hundred forty two people die every day from overdoses the president is sparking fresh controversy over his false claim that his predecessors didn't call families of fallen us service members that's as the president is justifying comments he made yesterday while speaking about four lead us troops who were killed in his year npr's jeff bennett reports during an interview on fox news radio president trump defended his earlier comments by suggesting that reporters asked his chief of staff retired general john kelly whether president obama called him after his son died in afghanistan and then you for this general kelly did he get a call saying a bomb a you could ask other people i don't know what obama's policy was i write letters and i also call kelly son marine second lieutenant robert kelly was killed while leading a platoon of marines in southern afghanistan in 2010 he was twenty nine years old trump said on monday he written letters to the families of the american soldiers who were ambushed and killed in these share in plan to call the family soon jeff bennett npr news the.

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"congressman tom marino" Discussed on NPR News Now

NPR News Now

02:00 min | 3 years ago

"congressman tom marino" Discussed on NPR News Now

"Live from npr news in washington i'm a rahm president trump said congressman tom marino has removed his name from consideration to be the nation's drug czar a washington post cbs news investigation found he had promoted a law that undermined the federal government's authority to curb opioid distribution officials estimate about one hundred forty two people die every day from overdoses the president is sparking fresh controversy over his false claim that his predecessors didn't call families of fallen us service members that's as the president is justifying comments he made yesterday while speaking about four elite us troops who were killed in his year npr's jeff bennett reports during an interview on fox news radio president trump defended his earlier comments by suggesting that reporters asked his chief of staff retired general john kelly whether president obama called him after his son died in afghanistan and then you could ask general kelly did he get a call from obama you could ask other people i don't know what obama's policy was i write letters at i also call kelly son marines second lieutenant robert kelly was killed while leading a platoon of marines in southern afghanistan in 2010 he was twenty nine years old trump said on monday he'd written letters to the families of the american soldiers who were ambushed and killed in these share and planned to call the family soon jeff bennett npr news the white house the iraqi government says its military and allied militiamen control the disputed city of kirkuk and nearby oilfields npr's peter kenyon reports the military operation follows a kurdish vote for independence last month both iraqi and kurdish media are reporting gains for government forces in areas previously held by the kurdish peshmerga security force baghdad is claiming control of central kirkouk in the oilfields outside the city and there were reports of kurdish residents fleeing while arabs and turkmen returned to the city.

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"congressman tom marino" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

02:22 min | 3 years ago

"congressman tom marino" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"The supreme court agreed to take a case to determine if the reviews by the patent trial an appeal board our constitutional it's coming up but first let's check on the latest world and national headlines with nancy lyons bloomberg ninety nine one studios in washington dc good afternoon nancy thanks team president trump is meeting with greek prime minister at the white house today we've had a time relationship with moves they've been great friends at a loyal friends and allies prime minister alexis see press says he expects a very fruitful discussion during the us election see press criticized trump and warned that he represented an evil set of ideas a top us official in tokyo says america must prepare for the worst but hope for the best as tensions rise with north korea is developing nuclear program overnight north korea warned that nuclear war could break out at any moment us deputy secretary of state john j sullivan spoke with reporters after meeting today with his japanese counterpart our focus at the state department on behalf of president trump this on diplomacy to solve this problem that's presented by the dprk the us and south korea are conducting joint naval drills off the coast of the korean peninsula bloomberg has learned president trump plans to announce his nominee to chair the federal reserve before his asia trip that is slated to begin november 3rd those familiar with the process say he has a shortlist of five candidates former fed governor kevin wars stanford university economist john taylor current fed governor jerome powell national economic council director gary cohn and the current cia janet yellen will president trump says his nominee to be the nation's drug czar congressman tom marino has withdrawn from consideration following reports he pushed legislation making it harder for the government to combat the opioid crisis trump calls him a fine man and a great congressman global news 24 hours a day powered by more than twenty seven hundred journalists and analysts in more than 120 countries kevin gallagher is a graduate of njit new jersey institute of technology he rose to become president of a global specialty chemicals company generating five hundred million dollars a year before retiring he puts sustainability at the center of the company's farseeing business strategy the whole issue of sustainability is an important one for institutions like injury are to you because in many ways it represents one of.

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"congressman tom marino" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:54 min | 3 years ago

"congressman tom marino" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Official website for deals by a toyota dot com for the man picked by president donald trump to be the nation's growth as withdrawn his name from consideration comes after congressman tom marino was reported to have played a key role in passing a bill would weaken the federal government's authority to stop companies from distributing opioids joining us now from the white house cbs news correspondent stephen portnoy ends stephen marino really had no choice year but to withdraw his name duty clearly the pressure was put on by sixty minutes in the washington post revealing how this process played out in the last several years with tom marino what his colleagues in congress working to weaken the dea in its efforts to interdict and suspend suspicious drug shipments and you know weakening the da's ability by allowing these drugs shippers these distributors to essentially develop a corrective action plan before the dea could act and it it they've passed both houses unanimously it was signed by president barack obama but now now you are seeing a great deal of buyer's remorse up on capitol hill now that we've heard from the you know former de a officials who say that their work was completely undermined by this change in law you know it's amazing how that got through congress with out some one seeing what was actually am the legislation well it was written in such a way that it it you know it's it's hard to understand when you look at the text and you look at the committee reports behind it exactly what the opponents were worried about i mean you you see in the for example the committee report the house energy and commerce committee talks of how the da wasn't evenly enforcing the law and how there's a need for due process on.

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"congressman tom marino" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:22 min | 3 years ago

"congressman tom marino" Discussed on KQED Radio

"A high of seventy degrees san jose a we'll get up to eighty one later and there will get a news update from npr now at eight forty two from npr news in washington i'm nor rom president trump says congressman tom marino has removed his name from consideration to be the nation's a drug czar a washington post cbs news report found he had promoted a law that undermined the governments ability to curb a distribution president trump today includes a white house meeting with the prime minister of greece two kisase reports prime minister alexis cps told greeks last year that quote a terrible fame could befall us if donald trump became president now cps is seeking that hunt with trump as he he pursues economic investment and military cooperation with the us especially as us ties with neighboring turkey have deteriorated south african president jacob zuma has once again reshuffled his cabinet peter graenitz has more zuma's moves affect five government ministries he fired the minister of higher education who who was seen as the most vocal critic in the cabinet of zuma's corruption that minister blade nzimande lead the south african communist party jewish party the african national congress relies on the communists for votes but the firing could cause them to break the alliance a us military plane landed in mogadishu somalia today loaded with medical and humanitarian supplies it's part of an international aid effort following saturday's truck bombing that killed more than three hundred people i'm noorani npr news in washington it's eight forty three now in time for a listener perspective that comes to us this morning from kate guston who says as the wind country fires raged most of us could only look on from afar in horror and anxiety hope for the best and do what we can to nurture our safety it's like they're on fire explains may eight year old son awestruck we were looking at the aspin's the sunlight illuminating their circular leaves all the glow in seasonal yellow and oranges some leeds had begun browning along the edges and were carried off by gust of wind that swept than like golden snowflakes over the mountain lake we had chosen to vacation here in october to see the sierra asking the blazing color to walk trails littered with their fallen coins we look forward to the ice rink creeks the sweet smell a needles the.

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"congressman tom marino" Discussed on KKOB 770 AM

KKOB 770 AM

02:15 min | 3 years ago

"congressman tom marino" Discussed on KKOB 770 AM

"Cbs news i'm deborah rodriguez just two days after a sixty minutes investigation into opioid abuse president trump's choice to become drug czar has withdrawn his name from consideration the president has been under pressure over republican congressman tom marino cbs's steven portnoy president trump vowed he'd make a change of having tom marino worked for him at the white house would negatively affect the effort to combat the opioid addiction crisis marino was the lead author of a bill to weaken the da's ability to suspend suspicious opioid shipments he and his colleagues successfully pushed to give drug distributors the chance to correct alleged wrongdoing before the dea could block those shipments at bay bill passed last year democrats in congress are getting behind new legislation to repeal it cbs news senior legal analyst andrew cohen the law was designed by the drug industry to get the da off its back in a big way and it's shocking that it passed last year with such a little debate it's embarrassing actually both for the obama administration which didn't fight hard enough the blockades passage and also the trump administration which didn't do anything about it until the whole deal was exposed over the weekend just in the department of justice announcing indictments against two chinese sentinel traffickers officials say they've been using the internet to sell the drugs to traffickers and users in syria the last of the isis fighters driven out of the city today there van out of rocco by a us backed militia cbs's holly william hardly any building has escaped unscathed uh some have been pulverised by fighting and by rocket fire some have been flattened by us coalition ask strikes nearly all of the city's residents have fled the city and many are now living in refugee camps vows thousands have gone back to their homes or what's left of them as firefighters finally get the best of the wildfires that tore through northern california at least forty one people killed more than one hundred still missing cbs's maria of the array i'll santa rosa volunteers are coming in from other parts of california to help look for any sort of evidence of missing person that's a bone chard possibly a tooth any sort of articles of clothing the struggle for life after hurricane erma newly released audio from nine one one calls made from a hollywood florida nursing home where fourteen elderly patients ultimately die we don't have any earned it.

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"congressman tom marino" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:17 min | 3 years ago

"congressman tom marino" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Two or wnyc dot org and thanks so much it's morning edition from npr news i'm rachel martin and i'm david greene in august president trump called the opioid epidemic a national emergency two months on there's been no formal declaration of that this is a declaration that would free up funds to combat the crisis yesterday the opioid crisis was once again front and center join ain't reporting by the washington post and sixty minutes revealed that trump's nominee to be the next drug czar republican congressman tom marino has deep ties to the drug industry he championed a bill that made it harder to act against drug companies suspected of flooding the market with narcotics reporters asked president trump if he had comfort it has pick as far as tom marino so he was a very early supporter of my the great state of pennsylvania he's a great guy i did see the report will look into the report will take it very seriously some senate democrats have called for trump to withdraw marinos nomination and senator claire mccaskill of missouri is introducing legislation that would roll back the bill marino introduced giving the drug enforcement administration more room to crack down on opioid distributors suspected of wrongdoings or democrat clinton kaskel joins me now center good morning good morning so you want the president to drop tom marino as as his nominee and if so why i don't think this is the right guy m anybody who clearly wait trying to help the direct distributors on more than the eight probably get the belong in that job what we should say that the bill the that you're talking about i i know you were dealing with some health issues and did not take a vote on this but this this bill that marino supported it passed with tons of democratic support it was signed by president obama if this is so agree just as you say now why did wi the democrats back it then we'll go a good example of something that happen sometime in washington not off at but it will you sit here in there it near beit right distributor hired people out of the eea and then they went to work trying to wear down eea as it were late it came if law i never to congress to work pressing nick law yukkai to keep saying you don't have a good working relationship with.

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"congressman tom marino" Discussed on KARN 102.9

KARN 102.9

02:11 min | 3 years ago

"congressman tom marino" Discussed on KARN 102.9

"I think i keep on seeing online this is why we got trump because the liberals are so crazy they're calling him and us hitler nazis but they would be doing the same thing if it had been marco rubio or tied or anybody else so in italy so here's the thing i think trump is a shooin to be reelected i think the only way the only way he doesn't get reelected is if congress passes a big broad amnesty bill without funding for the wall any signs it and i hope they don't and i hope he doesn't but other than that whoever the democrats put up doesn't have a chance against this guy well well dark i'm i'm waiting brownsboro with a prayer the grow up because it he's got to get louder portugal backwards into the obama era right at democrat era right right right and one of the things that limbaugh pointed out today nitz kinda uh under the radar in i'll look around for an article on this is that trump's judicial appointments have been fantastic they even though trump as rush tells us on a regular basis is not ideologically conservative he doesn't have uh you know a political philosophy just kinda does things that he thinks may common sense he's listening to somebody he's listening the right people when it comes to these judicial appointments in he's rashly pudding constitutionalist on the court in that is a really really good thing luiz i appreciate your call appreciate your patients with us five i have a one four three three zero zero nine to hillary is just fanning cbs news update president trump and senate majority leader mitch mcconnell discussed their agenda over lunch and mr trump said in the rose garden afterwards infringed for a long time we are probably now despite what we read we're probably now i think at least as far as i'm concerned close than ever before has been held a forty minute session with reporters pennsylvania republican congressman tom marino his choice for drug czar was in a sixty minutes piece last night backing that bill that weakens the da's powered his trip or stop pill mills shipments is a great guy i did see the.

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