26 Burst results for "DPA"

"dpa" Discussed on WWL

WWL

01:51 min | 9 months ago

"dpa" Discussed on WWL

"Centers you can do it all right there at ray brand auto dot com details about the latest rock **** woman with the red brand auto group joints is welcome rock the morning no good to talk to you again you know the auto industry is always looking to help out our client base and you know we do things a little bit differently so today being June first we actually have expanded all of our make special all of our manufacturers to let us go through the end of today and keep all of those make specials our out so we're talking about zero percent financing on a lot of our branch dropped to seventy five months no money down at any one of our dealerships and a lot of cases you got ninety day deferred payments so you can get into a brand new vehicle today or no money out of pocket and not see that first payment for three months and the same are along the lines of the number of deals as it relates to leases as well and and also in warranties to absolutely wishing him courtesy extensions on our warranties up to a couple of months we've got some great lease opportunity so even though it's the first amount today it's kind of like the last day of the month but those deals because tomorrow's when our manufacturers come out with all of our June and damage that will be sharing with you tomorrow and that purpose safe product is still alive and well and and being handled you spank and west bank tells about it yep so I'd try out on the east bank and Nissan on the west bank you can get your car completely disinfected including the fog in process that goes all throughout the interior of the vehicle and again it's everybody's getting back on the road make sure to disinfect your vehicle let us do it at one of those two started on the east bank of the west bank for you ninety nine point nine nine percent of all germs jailed the DPA approved tax friendly kids safe but is really going to keep you in good shape get.

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Lufthansa, German government agree on $9.8 billion rescue package: sources

Bloomberg Businessweek

00:36 sec | 9 months ago

Lufthansa, German government agree on $9.8 billion rescue package: sources

"The German government and Lufthansa have agreed on a bailout package that's according to the German news agency DPA here is the latest from Bloomberg's Roger hearing the nine billion euro rescue plan had run into many delays in recent days but the German news agency story out reports of the meeting of the committee that manages Germany's economic stabilization fund today suggests the deal he's about to be formalized but the situation remains delicate as talks to ensure swift approval from the European Union drag on under the plan Germany to become the largest shareholder in the airline which plans to resellers what Lufthansa ones could be years of depressed about

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"dpa" Discussed on KMJ NOW

KMJ NOW

05:15 min | 10 months ago

"dpa" Discussed on KMJ NOW

"To its supply chain to replicate virtually all of those here on domestic soil so using the DPA we were able to move an incredible speed innovative and bring ventilator production right here domestic soil that for me is a microcosm of what we're doing Honeywell we opened two factories one in error repairs owner and one in Rhode Island that was done using the DPA in five weeks as opposed to nine months so we're using the DPA whenever we need to and we're using it quite effectively well you make your making a strong case for how the DPA can be effective and what these senators are asking is using more use it more to wrap up the issue for instance the issue of testing kits but more importantly the supplies it takes to process those tasks it's still something we lag behind on what's wrong with using EPA to in certain searches search those supplies the centers are looking in the rear view mirror we had the same discussion six weeks ago about ventilators they were saying the exact same thing and what we did with ventilators was basically get a situation now where by June we're going to have over a hundred thousand we're gonna have more ventilators in America ever needs and we're gonna be able to export those ventilators make that an export industry jobs here exports there and we're gonna be able to give them a later story allies that can't afford them so same things happening with testing is as we speak every week it ramps up it's kind of like computer chips where the speed doubles every certain amount same things happen with test and sell these democratic senators ought to get out more often and see what the trump administration is doing I wanna go back though to the issue of testing and test kits you're making a lot of promises here at what point will every business leader in America no they have access to as many text kids as they need to re open their facilities admiral girar has she has she added quite clearly it everybody needs a test now can get a test we continue to ramp up do we get on the on that my my I die here make promises you to you Jack I'm here to tell you is the coordinator of the supply chains that we are raffling ramping up testing just like we did with ventilators were ramping up surgical valves were ramping up masks and this strategic national stockpile two point now I think it's might be worth talking just a little bit about it smarter is reused in information technology it's bigger than it really smart way because not only are we going to fill from the warehouses with a lot more PPP and and medicines we're also going to use distribution centers like Owens and minor which president visited last week in in Pennsylvania to have them hold additional inventory hospitals point of care we're going to hold additionally inventories in most important charts in terms of this buy American built American as we locate the domestic supply chain here are factor I'm going to be able to hold reserve capacity which allows us and surged to additional demand so my job is to make sure people of America I have enough for what they need going forward and I'm confident that we are moving beautifully in that direction under the leadership of president trump look I saw it I know you want to talk about the strategic national stockpile but I gotta ask you this question you you did a pandemic exercise and you went through these plans in eighteen and nineteen do you have a good explanation for why the after action reports weren't followed in time to have our stockpiles prepared for this pandemic about looking in the rearview mirror right now Jack in this presidential slogan straight ahead towards it well it's gonna be a really strong future the fact of the matter is that we were able to get through the Chinese winter here of the pandemic with what we had it was a threadbare FEMA's stockpile that was left to us by the previous administration the one that we're going to have going into the fall is not that it's it's going to be as I said smarter bigger far more resilient that's what I'm doing Jack out yet my focus here yeah I used to I used to I came here they got to work on trade policy issues and somehow I became part quartermaster and supply clerk but it's been a beautiful thing working with private industry to see how innovative the company's of American can be and how the manufacturing platforms in this country if we just if we just give them some left how they can really develop like like the GM example I told you about earlier I ask you quickly about the CDC and asking whether the president's has confidence in the CDC it does seem as if the initial guidelines they didn't want to put out they put down very limited guidelines with more detailed ones coming later CDC has been able to give a briefing now in over a month does the president have confidence in the CDC as our lead as our lead on this pandemic well I I'd say two things about that first of all you should ask the president.

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"dpa" Discussed on Drugs and Stuff

Drugs and Stuff

02:14 min | 10 months ago

"dpa" Discussed on Drugs and Stuff

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The White House sets a testing goal but will it be nearly enough?

Jay Talking

04:42 min | 10 months ago

The White House sets a testing goal but will it be nearly enough?

"The White House has laid out its plans for re opening the country Assistant Secretary for health admiral Brett Gerard discusses the white house's testing plan with ABC's George Stephanopoulos there is a strong consensus out there that we're gonna need lots of testing to reopen the critics are saying the White House guidelines don't go far enough you need mandates the national strategy more funding here's what senator Patty Murray had to say your plan doesn't set specific minimum goals or for a time frame identify ways to fix our broken supply chain or offer any details whatsoever on expanding lab capacity or achieving needed manufacturing capacity what's your response to senator Murray home my response is the blueprint we did was meant to outline the roles and responsibilities as well as the core objectives of a testing and rapid response program I guess senator Murray just does not understand the details of what we're doing on a state by state basis our team has contacted or working with every single state D. 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Porter Rico to define really the specifics of what that state needs according to their state re opening plan and the two percent really is sort of a minimum floor there many states that want to do four percent six percent eight percent every month we have the supply chains figured out we know what we can supply the state so we really are much more sophisticated the overall strategy is a strategy it's not a state by state plan that's what we're doing individually with states there is no it's not just senator Murray's had this kind of criticism even of one of the president's strongest allies former governor Chris Christie of New Jersey say that the White House has sort of the president has to order the use of the defense production act to fix the supply chain to make sure every state has what it needs you know I'm in the middle of this everyone he's commenting is really on the periphery of it let me tell you the ground truth the ground truth is for most circumstances the DPA is not necessary because there's maximum production all the industries are working together on the supply chain related to testing there will be a DPA action today but it's not one of the forceful DPA actions it's a hand up it's an investment in American industry that will greatly expand the testing we need some of the testing supplies so that particularly by fall when we may have coded circulating with influenza and need drastically more tests than we have now will have the supplies that we need but the DPA has been used selectively when it's necessary but in most regards regarding certainly regarding testing it's really unnecessary but they hand up you will see will be will be implemented as necessary and I guess one of the big questions is is that hand up going to be enough I know you've seen this report from the experts at Harvard he say that we're gonna need to really open the economy to get started we're going to be needed neatly testing five million people a day in June a twenty million in July and that the guidelines you've laid out can't get us anywhere near that so we don't believe those estimates are really accurate nor are they reasonable in our society what we're talking about the two percent number let's just put that in context two percent per month is almost double the per capita rate that South Korea has achieved over the last four months accumulated this is a massive amount of test in in many states we're going to be doing four percent six percent eight percent according to the state guidelines we know for a fact that we can supply the states with the full supply chain the swabs the media the testing capability to achieve those goals and remember on this particularly in the summer it's not just about task because we can look at syndromes there is no influenza circulating in the summer so when someone comes in with an influenza like illness to the iolite network that is nationwide we'll have a good idea that that person is likely covert infected and concerts to that area so tests are absolutely important or critical they will be expanded dramatically as we re open but it's not the only tool we have in the tool box I know you're also working to dramatically expand the antibody test you satisfied now with the quality of the tests that are going to be going out in the states so as we stated many times particularly the point of care in a body test could be fraught with inaccuracies and that is why the national Cancer Institute along with the FDA and the CDC are really running the full panels of these test against what we believe is a gold standard you'll be seeing some of those results were really soon on many tests are just not up to par and some seem to be performing very very well and that's very very important and it actually took a whole appendix in the blueprint we talked about yesterday about why having a very highly specific test particularly for an antibody to talk about immunity is it's really critically important so you'll be seeing those results very soon

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"dpa" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

WHAS 840 AM

01:42 min | 11 months ago

"dpa" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

"Senators and technically tire Kramer calling it it stops all the oil shipments are on their way right now is that you can get out under section two thirty two is that something you can look at it and her dad just as I'm walking into the room we certainly have plenty of oil so I'll take a look at that okay yes place first on contacting the second on the SBA loan program when will you or will you in fact invoke the T. eight to force the company you mentioned to ramp up production of what we don't we really don't need it we use it we go up and I've used it a lot but we use it and then sometimes all they have to do is see it coming you want to talk about that and I think this is I don't think any of us knew very much about the DPA but they're sort of a four sided the DPA where you force the company to do something but there's a second side of it which is really a hand up the company we're talking about have done has done everything to support this effort have ramped up production I'm on the phone with them multiple times a day this is the hand up this is the government coming in and saying how can we help you expand your lines there's NO a synchrony here at all so this is the hand upside of the DPA which is exactly what the small American Perot companies need they don't need to be force they're all in their employees are all and so forth and and we don't want to go with that please right so today we were on side or the rear folks on site with that company finishing out what their capital projections will be in order to be able to ramp up these additional four lines I spoke about the company will then turn in a white paper to the DOT there will that help move the process forward but it's actively in process and I'm going.

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"dpa" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

01:41 min | 11 months ago

"dpa" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"Senators and chains including tire Kramer calling it it stops all the oil shipments are on the way right now is that you can get out under section two thirty two is that something you can look at it I heard just as I'm walking into the room we certainly have plenty of oil so I'll take a look at that okay yes place first on contacting the second on the SBA loan program when will you or will you in fact invoke the T. eight to force the company you mentioned to ramp up production of well we don't we really don't need it we use it we go up and I've used it a lot but we use it and then sometimes all they have to do is see it coming you want to talk about that and I think this is I don't think any of us knew very much about the DPA but they're sort of a four sided the DPA where you force the company to do something but there's a second side of it which is really a hand up the company we're talking about have done has done everything to support this effort and have ramped up production I'm on the phone with them multiple times a day this is the hand up this is the government coming in and saying how can we help you expand your lines there's NO a synchrony here at all so this is the hand upside of the DPA which is exactly what the small American Perot companies need they don't need to be force they're all in their employees are all and and and we don't want to go with it please press so today we were on side or the rear folks on site with that company finishing out what their capital projections will be in order to be able to ramp up these additional four lines I spoke about the company will then turn in a white paper to the DOD either will that help move the process forward but it's actively.

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"dpa" Discussed on NewsRadio 1020 KDKA

NewsRadio 1020 KDKA

01:43 min | 11 months ago

"dpa" Discussed on NewsRadio 1020 KDKA

"Chains including center Kramer calling it it stops all the oil shipments are on the way right now is that you can get out under section two thirty two is that something you could look at a later date just as I'm walking into the room we certainly have plenty of oil well take a look at that okay yes place first on contacting the second on the SBA loan program when will you or will you in fact invoke fifty eight to force the company you mentioned optional well we don't we really don't need it we use it we go up and I've used it a lot but we use it and then sometimes all they have to do is see it coming your talk about that it looks like I think this is the I don't think any of us knew very much about the DPA but they're sort of a four sided the DPA where you force the company to do something but there's a second side of it which is really a hand up the company we're talking about have done has done everything to support this effort and have ramped up production I'm on the phone with them multiple times a day this is the hand up this is the government coming in and saying how can we help you expand your lines there's NO a synchrony here at all so this is the hand upside of the DPA which is exactly what the small American Perot companies need they don't need to be force they're all in their employees are all and so forth and and we don't want to over six right so today we were on side or the rear folks on site with that company finishing out what their capital projections will be in order to be able to ramp up these additional four lines I spoke about the company will then turn in a white paper to video D. they will then help move the process forward but it's actively and process the need.

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"dpa" Discussed on Drugs and Stuff

Drugs and Stuff

15:56 min | 11 months ago

"dpa" Discussed on Drugs and Stuff

"Hello and welcome to a new episode of drugs and stuff. I'm your host Gabriela. Miura's Kobe nineteen has made the world a very different place than it was when we last released an episode. We're thinking about things in different ways. We're living our lives in different ways and we're used to but a lot of the work that DP has done for many years connects to this crisis in ways that you might not expect today. I'm welcoming senior staff attorney. Mary Sillah who works in our California Office to talk about her background in public health. And incarceration and how those things intersect and often harmful ways Mary. I'm so happy to have you on the podcast. Thanks so much for joining us. I'M GONNA kick it off by asking you to tell us a bit about your role at GPA. And the background that brought you to DP a great thanks. A lot guerilla So I'm a new senior staff attorney at DPA. And I'm in the Oakland Office. I'm assigned to public health and harm reduction issues And I work with Lindsay Lasalle. Who's the managing director of those issues? And I'm getting to focus on things like opioid diagnosis treatment and just generally bringing a harm. Reduction evidence-based perspectives to drug policy. But my background is a civil rights attorney and as someone who in nineteen ninety seven was working at AIDS project Los Angeles as a relatively young staff attorney at that time. Hiv medications. The protease inhibitors. Were just starting to save people's lives and so. I had a really great job providing free legal services to people living with HIV and my main assignments were to work with people on reasonable accommodation and employment issues previously. You know people were dying. Hiv and AIDS. We didn't really have a good treatment. And so as people started to live they started to have to deal with the with the issues that everybody has to deal with in life and many of them had spent a lot of their money. Run up their credit cards Not Anticipating living but then getting to live they face the realities of of a lot of folks who are poor and looking To maintain their housing and employment such and it was in this context. One day my phone rang at my desk In Hollywood and I answered it and what the call said. It was a recording. It said you have a collect call from the La County. Jails press five to accept So I pressed five and what I heard was that people in the L. A. County. Jails one of the largest jail systems in the world didn't have access to the combination. Iv Medications that people in the community had access to and they were being told in the community. Be Sure to take your meds. Be Sure to take your meds. 'cause we all know if you don't take your HIV meds. Your virus may become resistant to it. And at that time we didn't have many treatment options and so people really needed to to hear to their medications so it was the result of that call. I got involved in prisoner health advocacy and pretty much ever since. Then that's been a big component of my work It's really really almost unconscionable what we do to people who are incarcerated in this country it really is like I think our dirty little secret we have people incarcerated all over the country jails and prisons. Who Don't actually have access to community level standard of care of of medical care and you know at the time. Hiv was the issue right like getting people they're HIV meds now it's opioid treatment and now it's covert nineteen and so My work really has focused on this subset of people you know. I never thought about being a criminal. Defense attorney went. I went to law. School I ended up going back to get a degree in public health. Because I really wanted to understand how to do the research and and how to Determine and promote evidence based practices but our jails and prisons are really unfortunate overlap of a public health crisis and a mass incarceration crisis. It's where law and public health intersects and unfortunately just just to the detriment of literally millions of people Who Come in and out of our jails and prisons in our society. So that's how I got here. Absolutely I mean. We're obviously undergoing as you mentioned like a very significant public health crisis right now with cove. Nineteen can you talk a little more about the public health risks? The public health lapses that have occurred in the US prison system and what we should be particularly paying attention to in this moment. Sure so I mean it's ironic that prisoners in the US or the only people with a constitutional right to medical care in the seventies the Supreme Court Sad. If you lock people you need to provide them with medical care. Ultimately that was interpreted to be medical care that is quote delete not deliberately indifferent to people serious medical needs so means if somebody has like a broken arm and they're lying there you can't just ignore them but our prisons and jails are supposed to provide competent medical care but we also have a system that just puts people into our jails and prisons without regard for how much space there is or what their quality of life is like. I've been saying for years in the. Us We love to lock people up. We love to spend money locking people up policing and incarcerating but we don't like to spend money on folks once they're incarcerated and and what goes on in jails and prisons is largely unseen by the general public. So we have almost universally and impacted system overcrowding and then a constitutional right to medical care. That's pretty much meaningless because the only way that somebody can get it enforced is to bring a lawsuit and we have many many barriers. That prisoners have to bring lawsuits to bring them claims So we have like a perfect storm and I was looking at this years ago in the context of HIV transmission. Which you know people have to do something with each other in order to get. Hiv There is some action and we've put in some harm reduction Tools and interventions to try to reduce transmission at least in California Condom access is the one I worked on a lot. But if you think about it. Coded Nineteen is spreading like wildfire. We're supposed to have people six feet apart. I've never been in a jail or prison where anybody remotely like. Six Feet of space from folks you know. I was providing education programs in San Quentin up until about a year ago. And there's no way that those folks are six feet apart so this is kind of the perfect storm a disease that is easily spread in locked facilities where medical care is probably not going to be able to keep up he even the CDC which is put out guidelines that say What should happen in jails and prisons part of it focuses on the prisoners? The people who are incarcerated and part of a big part of it focuses on the staff. So that's an additional problem. Our correctional staff going in and out of facilities also is going to get ill the differences there can have access community resources for care while the people who are left inside will probably have reduced ability to move about jail or prison because often movement is determined by how much staff there is to unlock the gates and unlock the doors and supervised people. Those people are going to be left inside with Probably Reduced Correctional Staff and even correctional medical staff to provide them care. So it's just truly a nightmare scenario in my mind. Yeah it's it's beyond unfortunate as you said and You know as you also mentioned earlier like these These spaces these buildings are not built to you know from a public health perspective. Yeah not only that I mean yes. They're not built to take people's health or the prisoner health into into account. Also there's a crazy rule in California where a jail or prison built has to comply with these sort of impacted orders of when it was built. So there's part of the jail in Los Angeles County. That's called men's central jail that was built in the seventies so the amount of square feet per prisoner in that jail is allowed to be the standard that was set up in the seventies as the standards got sort of more humane and allowing Prisoners more square feet per person. The newer buildings are required to have that kind of space per person but not the older one and.

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"dpa" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

05:12 min | 11 months ago

"dpa" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"Is not working plain and simple it's not adequate for mayors are governors I spoke to our hospital heads the they have to run big hospitals at this point they're spending hours each day reaching out to private contractors or other countries even to get supplies so here's what we need we need the president to invoke the defense production act it takes from this Korean War president Truman and the GPA last allows a military leader the military to take over the factories and supply chains and then the same person can distribute the materials teams the ventilators the masks I heard Michigan they're short of slobs I heard that in New York there centers is sort of a mind what if we've already instituted in the DPA we've already utilize it on a series of occasions and you've got rear admiral Palau check who's in charge of disseminating these articles what what exactly is sure we're talking about except the way Schumer says that he wants a total military takeover all of a sudden you know everybody loves a good hunter and most importantly world nationals now what kiosks lucky us indeed but that goes back to this whole idea of you know all of the blame game trump didn't didn't do enough there the states don't have anything to do with us states that have themselves surpluses are going to have to figure out real quick that you can't rely on the federal government in a time of a crisis because they'll be some states that don't do anything I can't do anything because they're over taxed and over spent so states that have surpluses now you understand right now this is coded talk for me talking to specifically my governor right don't tell mom talking to him but he knows I'm talking to some states can have a surplus well you got to take a hundred million dollars and you gotta put it towards your own state stockpile and the money and and not only does the money have to be there the stock pile has to be there he got to take some money and put it towards your stockpile so you can assist up hospitals and and and others and then you got to have some dollars ready to go in case you need to buy more and then you can never touch that money now what happens usually in states well you know this is true is that the state will do is I go put money towards us only for this and then we'll decide that there's some discretionary fund and they're allowed to siphon through right government and never has a moment where they can't take more money from me or more money from their managers will raise taxes it's fine so I fixed that by saying that if money is taken out of this fund for this for the P. piece for the per personal protective equipment four eight eight a pandemic like crisis right only a medical cons well then the governor and is forced to resign immediately by moving the money the governor's signs that order or is literally thrown out of office one of the other right I don't care which way it goes you would not have people **** with the money that way just one man's opinion but the states having to take care of themselves when we talk about things culturally happening that's one of things that has to come one of the things that has to be learned the state's culturally have to take care of themselves they have to be more prepared reliance on the federal government is a bit daft I should say a bit daft it is daft sure some states now have learned this and they better get on the stick maybe they got to start really figuring out what's actually important all those little pet projects all this thing they spend money on maybe they're not as important as we thought you know used to be New York told us that you can't use plastic shopping bags and at a supermarket because you're killing environments the first thing they did pandemic no reusable shopping bags only disposable plastic ones because we can't have this it's amazing all we want to save the planet but first let's save ourselves that's correct save yourself planets just fine by the way you can have reusable shopping bags we don't have to get rid of the plastic ones this is the point your part because he's been seen let's get back to the blame game because people yes people like Schumer blaming the federal government don't blame the federal government let the states learn how to handle these situations better because they're going to have to cause much they think the government might have to help them eventually they got to realize the citizens are gonna look to the governors and they better be damn already blame game Dr drew my earlier comments about quitting coronavirus with influencers were wrong they were eating correct I was part of a course that was saying that we were wrong and I want to apologize for that I wish I.

"dpa" Discussed on WSB-AM

WSB-AM

03:52 min | 1 year ago

"dpa" Discussed on WSB-AM

"Defense production act we know that governments across the country all day today were pleading with you to unify to utilize the DPA warrant that allocation fees that you mentioned this sort of our why not use it now if that would answer their pleas for help what we are using it now the fact that I signed it it's in effect but you know we're a country not based on nationalizing our business calls a person over in Venezuela asking how did nationalization of their businesses work out not too well the concept of nationalizing our business is not a good concept but I'll I'll tell you why as Peter said we may have to use someplace along the chain but we're getting calls here's the beauty of it if we go out and we want let's say masks we don't know who to call or mask but Haynes who makes things of cotton various elements lots of things it's a great company they called us and they said we're going to make millions of masks we got a call today from three M. is a big article today they have a free hand they're gonna make a tremendous products in there more or less in that business and if they're not like for instance General Motors focus Ford spoke to us about doing ventilators the beauty is they're calling us if you go the national rap nationalization route we're gonna tell the company to make a ventilator they don't even know what a ventilator is in the case of one company they used to make five years ago and then I had to make up you know it's a very complex piece of equipment frankly so what we're doing is I think Peter said it may be better than anybody's going to say it we have the threat of doing it if we need it we may have to use it somewhere along the supply chain in a minor way but we have millions of masks being done we have respirators we have ventilated we have a lot of things happening right now so just the threat of using it but using it's actually a big deal I mean when this was announced it said tremors through our this is committed to our country because basically what are you doing you're talking about you're going to nationalize and industry are you going to nationals you gonna take away companies you're going to tell companies what to do the truth is most people nobody would know where to start there are companies out there that you wouldn't think of that have called us that say we can do ventilators we used to do them years ago and they can do them in large quantities other come if I call companies and say you build dental is they don't even know what a ventilator so it's really working out very well one of the reasons I read the numbers two years because we've given a vast numbers of just about everything we've taken it out of our supply out of our supply and we're restocking of supplies but we're really backing up the governor's the governors have to go out to their things and you have a lot of governors have done a fantastic job you have some that haven't usually so once a complaint that have the problems but we've had a great relationship as an example with governor Cuomo with governor Newsom we've had a great relationship with the state of Washington those are three hot baths there's a three hot beds now we're also dealing with other states as the admiral said yesterday we doing with all of the states actually in one form or another summer very affected in a very minor way we have two people or three people at a meeting deaths I mean literally cases and that's different than New York where you have you know tremendous work everybody I lived there for a long time everybody's extremely close tight and you have a lot of cases in New York you have a lot of cases in New York and we're helping governor Cuomo we're helping governor Newsom they've been frankly they've been total gentleman they want to get it done and we want to get it done but doing doing it the way we're doing it is much better it's really much better but supply.

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Omega-3 Fish Oil For Brain Health

The Ultimate Health Podcast

02:43 min | 1 year ago

Omega-3 Fish Oil For Brain Health

"Nicotine use among teenagers. Went up thirty six percent horrify and it's the the whole vaping craze is completely out of control and both nicotine and caffeine constrict blood blood flow to the brain and shrink your seahorse so you have to do three things. Basically brain health is three things brain envy. The you got to care about it. Avoid anything that hurts at no the lest I mean. We've talked about a couple of things like caffeine and nicotine and then do things that help it. Exercise grows. Your seahorses. Volunteering has been shown to grow your seahorses making sure your mega. Three fatty acid sit intake. Grows your seahorses. I published a big study on that in so starts with love. I do the right thing not because I should but because 'cause I love myself and then know what to avoid and what to do when it comes to Omega threes what are your thoughts on the ideal supplement because there's just so many different things things out there. These days such as Krill oil fish oil different kinds of fish oil cod liver oil and now. There's a whole branch of plant based Omega Three. So how are those sufficient enough for. What are your thoughts on all of this? So most of the studies have been done on fish oil and fish oil. That has a high content of two. Do a mega three components. EPA and Dha because they have been shown to help with mood and memory anxiety and overall cognitive performance I developed a supplement company called Brennan. MD and we make something called Omega three power. Where two of those capsules capsules has fourteen hundred and forty milligrams of EPA and Dha in the right ratio? If you went to one of the big box stores you you probably have to take six or eight of their to get the same level for Vegetarians and Vegans algae-based Omega threes are a good alternative addictive. Although you have to take so much of them and mostly they have. Dha Omega Threes Very few of them have EPA and DPA's been found actually to be the most important for mood and add to help people with focus. I think Krill is a lot of marketing mm-hmm but most of the research has actually been done on high quality fish oil. It's the most readily available. And if you get the right dosage it dramatically changes virtually all of your medical risk

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"dpa" Discussed on AP News

AP News

10:06 min | 1 year ago

"dpa" Discussed on AP News

"German please send a person apparently fired several shots at a shop in central Berlin and then operation is on that way I'm sorry I Shockley and tweets from please it doesn't specify whether anyone was hurt in the incident and didn't give any further information other than that to say that the apparent perpetrator wasn't identified a second tweet said please think the shots followed an attempted robbery and that they had the situation under control German news agency DPA reported that there was a police operation on the way around the former checkpoint Charlie border crossing between east and West Berlin there were no ambulances at the scene DPA said

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Police operation after shots apparently fired in Berlin

AP News Radio

00:36 sec | 1 year ago

Police operation after shots apparently fired in Berlin

"German please send a person apparently fired several shots at a shop in central Berlin and then operation is on that way I'm sorry I Shockley and tweets from please it doesn't specify whether anyone was hurt in the incident and didn't give any further information other than that to say that the apparent perpetrator wasn't identified a second tweet said please think the shots followed an attempted robbery and that they had the situation under control German news agency DPA reported that there was a police operation on the way around the former checkpoint Charlie border crossing between east and West Berlin there were no ambulances at the scene DPA said

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"dpa" Discussed on AP News

AP News

08:03 min | 1 year ago

"dpa" Discussed on AP News

"A tweet from please it doesn't specify whether anyone was hurt in the incident and didn't give any further information other than that to say that the apparent perpetrator wasn't identified the second tweet said please think the shots followed an attempted robbery and that they had the situation under control German news agency DPA reported that there was a police operation on the way around the former checkpoint Charlie border crossing between east and West Berlin there were no ambulances at the scene DPA said I'm sorry I Sheckley

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Police operation after shots apparently fired in Berlin

AP News Radio

00:29 sec | 1 year ago

Police operation after shots apparently fired in Berlin

"A tweet from please it doesn't specify whether anyone was hurt in the incident and didn't give any further information other than that to say that the apparent perpetrator wasn't identified the second tweet said please think the shots followed an attempted robbery and that they had the situation under control German news agency DPA reported that there was a police operation on the way around the former checkpoint Charlie border crossing between east and West Berlin there were no ambulances at the scene DPA said I'm sorry I Sheckley

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 Human chain rings German cathedral to demand gender equality

The Moth Radio Hour

00:24 sec | 1 year ago

Human chain rings German cathedral to demand gender equality

"Today hundreds of people formed a human chain to protest gender inequality in the Catholic Church women's activist group Maria two point oh is reported to have played a major role in the demonstration according to German news agency DPA the group has two big demands one more transparent handling of child sex abuse cases involving clergy the other for the Catholic Church in Germany to allow women to have leadership

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The scandal that could bring down Justin Trudeau

The Economist: The Intelligence

07:01 min | 2 years ago

The scandal that could bring down Justin Trudeau

"Canada's Prime Minister Justin Trudeau has long been pinup for liberals around the world. But now he's facing Kohl's within his own country to resign Justin Trudeau simply cannot continue to govern this country. Now that Canadians know what he has done critics of Mr. Trudeau like physician leader, Andrew Scheer, all you. He's guilty of political meddling to protect big construction company named SNC level from prosecution today, a former aide is expected to testify against Mr. Trudeau in the parliamentary Justice committee. Absolutely. The biggest crisis that the Trudeau government has faced model Andro and is our Canada correspondent based out of were. And the timing is terrible. Because there's an election coming up in October. And it doesn't give the government very much time to turn the page on this model, and there are lots of moving parts in the scandal. But how did? It start SNC lab. Liz of big construction company that has operations all over the world, and it has been charged with paying bribes to ficials in the Libyan government in order to get construction contracts there, and how did that turn into a control Vesey? That's pulled in the prime minister will the first indication that Canadians got that something was a little bit was when Justin Trudeau demoted his. Minister of Justice in Terni general in January. There was no good explanation. Given for this demotion and people thought it was a little bit odd. And then journalists started sniffing around, and there was a fairly explosive news report that came out at the beginning of February that explained the demotion for everyone. Now, this news report just quoted anonymously sources that basically what it said was that Mr. Trump and his officials had put inappropriate pressure on the attorney general to change her decision in the case of SNC level. Now SNC lands of big international construction company. It's also politically important in Quebec. Which is always something that you have to keep an eye on in Canadian politics of why is this particularly important in Quebec. And so important to just introduced in the first place SNC level employs about. Nine thousand people in Quebec. And it is also a very politically plugged in company. But Trudeau has said from the beginning that he's very worried that if this case goes to trial that the company might go under or it might be purchased by another company and those jobs would be lost in the headquarters move out of Canada. But he isn't suggesting that they'd be let off completely what he wanted. The attorney general to do was to give them a deferred prosecution agreement, and these are things that you can get them in the UK and in the US as well where the company admits responsibility for wrongdoing cooperates with the government and usually pays a hefty fine. And how'd you Canadian people feel about this on the ho- the problem with leading level now off with a fine has too many people see that as sort of them escaping Justice? And so the majority of Canadian. Actually want SNC lab land to go to a criminal trial because they perceived the alternative as letting them off the hook too easily. Now as matters stand right now, Mr. Tudo has not overturned the original decision of his former attorney general. So that trial is still to go ahead. How plausible Mr. Trudeau's denials here behavior was not in any way. Improper Mr. Trudeau hasn't helped his case at all. Because his denials of all been a little bit sort of spotty at no time did I or my office direct the current or previous attorney general to make any particular decision in this matter. He hasn't really laid out the full maintainable of what happened. And who did what when so what he's saying? Is that? Yes, he raised this issue with. Jodi Wilson Rabaul, the attorney general and it was mostly because he wanted to make sure that the company SNC lab land didn't go under. He was worried about jobs, but then in we later found out from her testimony that in fact politics was raised in some of these sessions, then to my surprise, the clerk stated or started to make the case for the need for a DPA. He said, quote, there's a board meeting on Thursday September the twentieth with stockholders, and quote, quote, again, they will likely be moving into London if this happens, and there's an election in Quebec soon and quote. At that point. The prime minister jumped in stressing that there is an election in Quebec. And that quote, I am an MP in Quebec the member for Pepino, and quote, and that puts an entirely different shade on things and Mr. Trudeau has not come up with a full accounting of that he has lost some cabinet members. Coast him and very aid joined to limit the damage. How's that going down with the former attorney general resigned, the was damaging for the liberal government? She was seen as very competent minister to begin with. She was also indigenous which is important to this particular government, which has elevated the indigenous issues part of its its brand. So that resignation was definitely damaging. But what has made this into a full blown crisis is the resignation just this week. Of James Philpot, another very senior, very confident woman in the Trudeau government, and she was very explicit in her resignation that she had lost confidence in the government. So that has proved to be much heavier blow you've interviewed him on a number of occasions. Do you think you'll handle this? As we go forward Trudeau often very good when he's backed into a corner, even before he was elected leader. And prime minister he stunned everyone by taking on a much bigger opponent in charity boxing match and manage to win. But I'm antipates that he will have something his sleeve here that he's going to try to present to the Canadian public and try to turn the page on this melon. Thanks very much for joining us. My pleasure.

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"dpa" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

WFAN Sports Radio_FM

02:20 min | 2 years ago

"dpa" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

"Either him or wreck DPA tro who by the way. We had a very salient point this morning. I didn't bring it up. But but he did make a very good point. And probably some about my shirt or my fat or something like that. Does nothing. Usually when he does the actually he thinks, you're a great guy. He loves you, very text. You get. Yeah. Thanks. You're wearing a sausage casing this morning. Yes. He does. Call you Zillah. Yes. That's for sure I do know that. So what is what was worse? Gary Sanchez performance behind the plate last night or your performance behind the plate against the Hebrew home. Paradis knew it had something to do. What do you in that game against the heat told you I went I went through this whole thing. I know, but I'm just saying so he brought that back and he made a very good point. I was thinking who had a worst performance. Gary Sanchez last night or you versus the Hebrew home. What are you take on? Then Mike had this to say about Rick DPA trout you played goalie better than you do the radio which sandwich. Shut your mouth and be happy. You got a job to find some way to go every day. You know? Elite and competed. You're you and I'm goody. So, you know, clam up, please. Sounds like the guy in the White House. This today whose performances worse. Gary sanchez. He's a professional that. Yeah. Right and catching geo couldn't even throw the ball back. Yeah. I'm gonna go on this one. A mental issue mental block. Yeah. I told you what happened with this? I got the yips because you were in my head. I people Izzo can't throw the ball back to you either. Right. I can't even. I really can't performed for you. Yeah. I don't know what it is with us. So he's definitely going to be on the tryout lists next year. Nothing's given for him. You know, how they do that in in soccer over in Europe where if you can? Move divisions. Your moved down a division. So you'll relegated relegation WFAN. Minor league team. Playing with Evan. Baseball. Whatever also the face. Getting up.

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Trump hopes to negotiate with California on fuel economy standards

All News, Traffic and Weather

01:03 min | 3 years ago

Trump hopes to negotiate with California on fuel economy standards

"Wbz news time four thirtysix developing news out of paris this afternoon this just in the wbz newsroom a man armed with a knife attacking several people in paris there are reports of at least one person dead several others wounded cbs news reporting the attacker was shot and killed by police the motive for the attack dot yet known wbz radio will continue to follow this developing story in paris and bring you the very latest information as it becomes available president trump is stepping up pressure on california to become part of a single fuel economy standard the auto industry hoping the president will relax the federal dual standards without sparking a fight with california the president discussing the effort yesterday with auto industry executives california currently has the power to impose stricter auto pollution limits that then those in in effect nationwide to people briefed on the beating say president trump is a transportation secretary elaine chao dpa administrator scott pruitt to negotiate.

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"dpa" Discussed on SOFREP Radio

SOFREP Radio

02:04 min | 3 years ago

"dpa" Discussed on SOFREP Radio

"Oh absolutely and i just jack just sent you an email with the copy of the sentinel have a picture on the mission that mike kill was on we can get into later but you're right here's the other thing i mean suppose that you're a dpa forensic science would you rather be staying at a four store four star hotel in luxembourg or being tech pon province in laos in the jungle at night get your ass out by spiders skews you know and that's one of the sub background issue we've been dealing with is try to keep the focus on our men in south east asian and it's been kind of a fight in that regard hasn't it too because for them it's easy to go and recover world war two in europe by comparison with amount like basically mount an expedition to go and recover guys who were lost in laos and then in addition to that you know you know particularly as we all do how ridiculous number games during the vietnam war one point we're talking about everybody will proud how many enemy kilter that we'll never gain was silly is irrelevant really had little meaning in the real world what would that's going on the ground well dpa has been the a upper level of management beneath beneath the top director now does new director who is he knows the program at he's beginning leave actively work against this mindset while he resets and really makes keeps out these days are prior to kelly mccague being sworn in on labor day last today as the new director it was a very strong effort to get into a body count and reason we got about account upper management types at epa and as.

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"dpa" Discussed on WHO NewsRadio 1040 AM

WHO NewsRadio 1040 AM

02:42 min | 3 years ago

"dpa" Discussed on WHO NewsRadio 1040 AM

"Going on bob dot just that but also the small refinery exemption as you talked about there and the ridiculousness of that and waivers going to refiners that making millions of record profits and all done under the cover of darkness to refiners thirty reassert last year twentyfive refiners exemptions this year maybe thirty so something that is dpa is just working directly scott pruitt directly against the r f s on this it's it's becoming a well known fact so i guess our smoke is by but i will corn to work with our members work with our producers to keep the messaging up let's focus on what we can do is organization as producers and go to the iowa corn dot org website send your message to the white house because our effort is focusing on getting the message to president trump vice president pence not to change the rss hey mark i've got a list of four possibles as far as what could come out senator cruz is written waiver could be one of those you mentioned that the rvp and ren multiplier we have talked a little bit about as well e fifteen i think is another one that could come out and be part of that situation or nothing at all could come out as you mentioned as well but the one that i didn't really catch onto was deferring the whole matter to congress is that an option that's something that corn corridors would like to see done that would be our preferred action at this time bob because leading congress because it is a statute this legislation was created in congress and kick it to congress we have support in congress and i think that that is what we'd prefer right now is let's get it out of the administration's hands let congress handle it well and the reason i mentioned the washington post article and something we have been talking about for a couple of days with scott pruitt the head of the epa job being in jeopardy that just adds another cloud hanging over the whole situation andy what you got well i was just gonna ask you mark does this if you kick it to congress than that would what slow it down so that would slow down but it would i it would give us the opportunity to if there are things that are going to.

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EU approves Bayer takeover of Monsanto after concessions

01:01 min | 3 years ago

EU approves Bayer takeover of Monsanto after concessions

"Johnson ceo alex gorski on bloomberg big decisions tonight at nine thirty on bloomberg television european union may give it's okay today for buyer or bayer if you will to take over monsanto that's according to the german news agency dpa the report says buyer would still have to meet some conditions for the sixty six billion dollar deal deal to go through meantime us antitrust regulators are still opposed to that takeover sp futures this morning down by three points that is a tenth of one percent dow futures lower by thirty points nasdaq futures down by twenty seven points in europe london's footsie is down almost half a percent this morning the cac in paris down third of one percent the dax in frankfurt down a tenth of one percent ten year treasury prices up one thirtysecond yield down to two point eight nine oh four percent you're listening to bloomberg daybreak and this is bloomberg radio.

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"dpa" Discussed on Boston Herald Radio

Boston Herald Radio

02:09 min | 3 years ago

"dpa" Discussed on Boston Herald Radio

"I trust the cannibus control collision i think they're very smart people i think they have a very good hands and i do think we're not going to see these things open older night you know i think the governor if you read the governor's letters you think that on july 1st ever you studio you know is going to be you know selling canada sent every movie theater simply not going to happen like that it's going to be a special class of lessons that i think it going to be uh you know issued in a very judicious manner all right well um i do i mean i see the idea of trying to get retail done first and just trying to focus certainly i i mean it's interesting because the dpa just want to talk certainly they had a huge situation where they brought on some folks you may be at there were concerns about how we just insurer i don't know i from my perspective it it it does make some sense to try to just make sure that the the people who did everything that that has to do with the retail section is is up on the up an app that the people who are working there are i am not of any sort of criminal element um and then sort of moving on ads i mean certainly when it came to i mean alcohols been legal for so long but when it came to that i the idea of of allowing theaters and cafes came a lot later than package stores through uh occupan or capita backrow twitter and place join the application crosser which a loopier were but there are laudatory backrow checked they're going to get close or owners four employees for all of these locations um i have no doubt that again canvassed control commission is gonna put in very rigorous controls uh point any establishment that is either you know has cannibus as their primary product will their so product war as an antler products such as perhaps you know yoga studio at some point um but i i.

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"dpa" Discussed on Undisclosed

Undisclosed

02:00 min | 3 years ago

"dpa" Discussed on Undisclosed

"Well we're still wondering too must focus more time to work on the case and check the outcome stuff that we didn't have to do before that we started airing all right so you're gonna be doing some nancy druing it sounds like in the uram yes hearty boy you're at i'm sorry that was very a gender normative of me well in this week's episode of undisclosed it was called bootstrap paradox the team covered three aspects of the terrance lewis case first the way that lena laws also known as star idead terrence lewis as one of the young men involved in the death of bernard howard and second how the two other men convicted in connection with that crime as well as witness kizzie baker have all said that terrence lewis is innocent and third how based on the antiterrorism and effective death penalty act of nineteen ninety six aka the a edp dpa none of this evidence of innocence matters it doesn't even matter that a judge said that she believed he was innocent um so lachamann pack their bill i'm just gonna throw it to you for a quick response on that this was an amazing carry and it's disturbing in so many ways i think you'll have done a great job exposing met can't wait to see what happens uh now bill in terms of that season four breakdown murder below the net line you covered a similar case where in a sense might not be enough what can you tell us about that case to devanier in men while devan yemen with a young guy who was accused and convicted of killing a woman as she closed down a tuko bell one night in the small town of eight del georgia it's kind of like south georgia it straddles i 75 police said that he committed the armed robbery to take about seven hundred dollars that was going to be deposited into the bank so devanier was tried and convicted of murder there was no absolutely no physical evidence against him and since his trial several key witnesses have come forward to say.

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"dpa" Discussed on Drugs and Stuff

Drugs and Stuff

01:33 min | 3 years ago

"dpa" Discussed on Drugs and Stuff

"Follow her on twitter at music fan dpa her safer partying campaign is all about keeping people safe in music festivals acknowledging druguse happens china provide harmreduction services information for people just to know you know take breaks and don't mix drugs that can can kill you and and just basic information and it's really what's really credible so we when i was at sdp students percent drug policy they yeah we did some of that work early on just trying to we had project called amplify which they still exists which is working with musicians and artists seventy was always giving her really great work at epa too but ameen both venues and music festivals wouldn't kerry or distribute reduction information certainly the dino organizations like the at safe who wanted to be there and offer harmreduction services and information were always denied and what's been really need about stephanie's work as you can see the impact of it's kind of finally starting to happen with numerous vessels um i think particularly some of the u d m ones are starting to open up to providing harmreduction spaces and information and his endo front were does allowing zenda alan is allowing these folks to come in there and do do what they do to john i'm going to ask you a little bit more of a journalist's question you know given what you're doing a changed about organ given the current climate that were in with the current president and the attorney general lin well let's just call it what it is this chaotic regime.

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