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"david fleet" Discussed on Israel Daily News Podcast
"Today is thursday november nineteenth twenty twenty which means we have a special report at the end of the show. You're gonna like this especially if you're an intellect if you care about government diplomacy this for you now. Let's get to the news first. Let's follow up on a story about the explosives. That were found along the syrian border in northern israel. The israel defense forces is blaming it on iran's elite force. They say the three explosives which did not detonate were planted in israeli territory causing the idea to have to react with airstrikes. The times of israel has an article out highlighting that during the down between prime minister. Netanyahu and bahrain's foreign minister yesterday the buck. Rainy minister never said the word jerusalem. The report also mentioned that the ministry website wrote the delegation had been in tel aviv. The times of israel article leads readers to believe that this was intentional. A not an innocent mistake. I will read it to you right off of the buck. Rainy ministry of foreign affairs website. It says here time has come to depart from the conflict and instability that affected the middle east for decades and pursue other policies to reach a comprehensive solution that achieves prosperity and development for all foreign minister of latif zaelani has said al-zayani made the statement as an official buck. Rainy delegation arrived in tel aviv. I of its kind to israel. Okay now i'm gonna go back to the times of israel article. The peace leads readers to believe that this was intentional and not an innocent mistake. I suppose we'll never know. Jerusalem is a contested city. Guatemala the us and honduras recognize it as the capital of the jewish state. The palestinian authority and their supporters believe jerusalem belong to them and they plan to include it. At least the eastern section of jerusalem in a two state solution. Now i think that the article is a little slanted because if you go here to the website m. o. f. a. dot gov dot h for buck rain. It says that the official delegation arrived in tel aviv. Which is true. The plane arrived at ben gurion airport which is in tel aviv. So i don't really think that this is an issue but you can. You can take that and think about that as you like. An american immigrant is working to fight sexual abuse within the israeli orthodox community and making great strides. Debbie gross founded tile a crisis center for orthodox women and children who are victims of sexual abuse in nine hundred eighty. Three she says. It took the orthodox community a long time to realize the severity of the abuse. Rabbis would deny that there was even a problem in their communities. Now gross has found that the haredi community has made more progress than anyone according to her in sexual abuse prevention so help provides a twenty four hour hotline for victims escorts them to the police so hospitals and guides them through the court system tile also offers cultural and religiously sensitive workshops in haredi schools for prevention as well as training post trauma workshops and safety protocols for workplaces throughout israel. The issue is here. That grosses is helping orthodox jews who are less likely to turn to outsiders for help so less likely to go outside of the orthodox community to get help so this is a different approach and amidst the pandemic the organization now runs support groups via zoom and is working on opening a whatsapp hotline for victims. Who are too afraid to pick up the phone and make that call out of fear of being heard art. Shows and cultural events are coming back to tel aviv yoko. The municipality announced that it will be holding hundreds of new performances and events every week in hopes to according to the tel aviv mayor provide a livelihood for thousands of people medicine souls of city residents and hope for an entire sector that feels abandoned and neglected while museums and theaters are still going to be closed tel aviv. We'll be following coronavirus regulations and using open air venues to host the cultural events these include art festivals for free walking tours performances of plays in parks songs and stories along city boulevards. Online art workshops music and dance performances performances in a glass walled lobby where audiences can actually watch from outside. You can go to visit dot tell hyphen aviv. Dot gov dot. I l for israel to see the options last night. Israeli basketball star. Any evita was selected. Ninth by the washington wizards in the twenty twenty and be a draft. He became the third israeli to make it to the nba and at age nineteen. He's the youngest player to do. So the six foot nine two hundred twenty five pounder helped mcabe tel-aviv. Win the twenty eighteen and twenty nineteen f. i. b. a. u. twenty european championships at home in israel and plans on trends leading his game to run with the big dogs in the nba for me to represent my country and to make history. That's a blessing. The basketball star said you have our support denny. Keep going make israel proud and now for our special report. The separation of powers is a bedrock of modern constitutionalism. This idea of separation was created by jewish scholars and rabbis. From centuries ago you can find the literature dating back to biblical times. You can find it in the dead sea scrolls and now dr. David flato has a new book out about. This is called the crown and the courts separation of powers in the early jewish imagination fleet. Oh is a hebrew university professor and has also taught at reputable universities like nyu columbia upn and penn state. His idea is to show how a foundation of democratic rule was contemplated and justified long before liberal democracy was ever even born now. He's also studying greek and he studies all kinds of texts from every society. So we can really trust that. He's not just proud of being jewish. Today we'll talk about how his book has become startlingly relevant in twenty twenty hint. He started to write this ten years ago. All rights david fleet. Oh thank you for joining us on the show. I'm a big fan. Thank you tell us. A bit about the concepts of the book Yes sure so. The book has sort of a large claim and the large claim is that in early jewish writings in early. I mean beginning in the bible but mainly post physical literature so that means from the second temple times and then from rabbinic time so if we want but years on it from around fifth century bc fourth century bc until around a century ce. That one finds a lot of different writings in ideas and inclinations about questions of legal authority political authorities. So there's a lot there but still there's a certain pattern that one can discern and the pattern is that The person who controls the law or the people who control law and have legal authority should not be empowered. Those should be.
"david fleet" Discussed on Reality TV RHAP-ups: Reality TV Podcasts
"And I. Think if that blends into the game, more people continue to talk about some of these certain things and then those other houseguests hear about them they may not necessarily want to give them their vote in the end. So I think that you know for Tyler Dot something that's really important because we've seen at least with all like. The way he's treated house gas has resulted in not getting boats or things are in things no, no one's going to be careful. While Bailey and David, are also chosen to play in the. So Tyler Bailey. David. Enzo. Qaysar and Kevin, will be playing in this veto. Tyler is GonNa talk with Enzo a bit. Tyler, let's end zone. Oh, he says the Dan he thinks Dan is the one that told Dave van about team freeze. The guys thing and that's that's where this all comes from and. Dany Danielle. But he's also frustrated with Dave von. He says, but did you see dave on cheering? Like she was cheering for case like. Where's the was the cheering squad about? Like what would that? Tyler brings it back to Danny like yeah. But I mean I go back and forth day or Danny next week you know like I'm at the point I would just go straight for Danny And ends as. Case came up here. He asked me if Danny through threw him under the bus like what what would that. Why she asked why is he asking me about Daddy? She's working with everyone yo that's it. That's all. She thinks we're dumb. She thinks that we don't see she's trying to plant seeds everywhere. I've never caught someone trying to be in everyone's ear this much in my entire life. And ends I'm almost at the point where like I'm ready to back door this week you. In Tyler like, Hey, I'll do it next week. I'm ready to go like I will make this happen. Says that nobody else is willing to get Danny out except for them so Next time he wins H H or tyler ones h we gotta make this happen. Dan He's gotTa, go. GotTa go as says enter. So. That's. Danny is firmly on the radar here Yeah and I think, I, think of the last couple of weeks we've seen a lot of things like the Danny would plant or certain things that she would try to do and we know that with the vote that just recently happened that you know. Doing that Hanky, vote probably depend on Bayer. Day. But the fact that people have caught on and are realizing that she's doing certain things to cause other people to come after each other especially because she has relationships with them was everybody you know people are realizing Oh this could be a huge threat or detriment to our game. If we allow Danny to go further and we allow Danny to either spread lies or embellish the truth or save certain things. But yeah it's I. Think it's definitely interesting because I think it's also in some conversations they were mentioning that like we shouldn't make any aware that she's doing what she's doing. You know just allow it to continue to have been and then I, guess when the opportunity comes they potentially back door her and I know Enzo will also saying a lot of hoping that Christmas could also be a to h next week. Because, they feel like they could get Christmas to do what they want. So that also might potentially, it'd be interesting to see if Christmas did become wage. WHO WOULD PUT UP BY? You know there's been a lot of talk about they in day and then also talk about Danny of course but I think. Is. Often an interesting discussion to see how. Completely over they are the Danny and Dave on at this point and just seems like the girls in the game they're like we're the ones winning the cops they should just be happy that they're safe and the. And so is big on on that one. I. Think he's got a window. That's it. Tyler does. Bring up that that it. Brings up again like hey, if I get a power I'm only telling you in cody. Like tyrod tyler is really just trying to like tyler understands the power of knowing where the powers are. And I think he's really trying to make sure he doesn't get left out of the. The knowledge of where the power is go if cody or Enzo get one. He also Enzo says that Dan Danny was up here trying to tell me not to back door, Ian? Like. You win nature wage you do it then. You do what you want. I do what I want. It's what it's making me WanNa do it Morio that's it. Cody joins them. They talk more about Danny. Cody is actually pushing back on Danny a little bit. But she is she is with us at least for now like there are bigger threats, I don't trust or at all but we don't need to go after which is right for cody because she knows trust him a lot and she wants him final three. Enzo says that. She's she's trying to get him to go against Devan. And all that Tyler says, he thinks that he can get David to target Danny for them. Walk I thought we were entrusting David with any information anymore. I don't care I'm I'm just GONNA I'll just do it. I don't care. Like what's going to happen if I if I get caught? They don't believe anything. David says anyway like I was like, why would I say that to David after what he did last time he's obviously making it up and nobody will believe him. Which? Is. Probably true. Yeah. No I agree I think I think it's very interesting because I think even later I know tyler. Discussion where is he's like, yeah you know my relationship with David is what it is but. I think you know I think it's gotten to a point where there are so many relationships in this game that are so interconnected in intermingle that people are afraid to go after each other. So at this point, it's like let's get the people who are kind of on the outside to do what we want to get done so that we don't have to do and we don't have to get the blood on our hands. And so I mean even though I guess there isn't a lot of trust because you know I think you know David Fleet. Did put a huge blemish on Tyler's game and try to kind of kind of ruined his relationship a day I, do think that I think it's Definitely smart to not necessarily try to close the door completely. It's good to keep your options open even though you know you have that sort of distrust. So. Cody talks about a case where he says like. Case or does annoy me in the game, but at least he plays. David and he's like he's an incredible person. But like David is such a wild card though like do we really want David and the jury? Like maybe like maybe case in the jury is better but. what are we GONNA do? KEIZER talks to Bailey and this is a very uncomfortable conversation. We talked about it a little bit last night on the round table cases doing his usual spiel of like. The. People in power they control the lines of communication and if we don't do something about it, they're gonNA pick us off. And like. Bailey. This is what happened on your season. Tyler's dangerous. He's so good at this game. This is this is the new school we need to. We need to watch out for this. And Bailey is is not not a fan as I brought up yesterday the night before this that she was already very annoyed with case there. And she is just not not having it. She, says. You are being very condescending. This is this is the first of all this is all happening because of you you playing in the safety sweet caused all of this. You were never a target before then..
"david fleet" Discussed on KTRH
"There were small district during I have about 100 can so okay, so that makes the dissension that makes the decisional easier, doesn't it? Well, yes, it does. But that's the reason we're small like this because we can do things for kids that bigger districts can do. Yeah, well, do you have anything you would say Teo, Larger school districts. I mean, we've got some teachers who were just absolutely petrified and adamant about not wanting to go back. Have you had to talk down some of your teachers over this or what would you say to these teachers? Well, I don't know. I guess I have a different take on some of this. I don't believe we should have done some of the things we've done. I know several countries have taken different approaches. Sweden did not shut down. On this and I don't know. I think many of the things that have happened over the last six months have just not been inside. The Constitution. And I think that now we're reacting to some of those policies. And people are questioning and now you can see after some of those policies enacted, I think you can see what's happening. With people's thinking. They have choices that they really didn't have. And one of those things is you just got to get back into society, and there's no way we can continue on in this. Yes. I'm guessing you're kind of in a unique position here, Superintendent in that when you've only got a little over 100 kids, and they have all the kids, basically in one school building for the entire district here. You probably know the parents on a one on one basis. What sort of reaction have you gotten from the parents? Well, there's different ones and again. We're also in a very unique situation. We are high Transfer district. We have very few in district students for the majority of our students. About 100 plus Come from outside the district that used to come here. So whenever you have that element involved, he's also seeing that our parents are choosing to bring their students here. And I think some of them are scared by what they're saying in the media, and I don't believe some of the data are true that we're staying in and in the media about some of these Um yeah. Outbreaks and some of the data. I think it's elevated. I made you stay that way. I'm not trusting some of the things that we've been told. Well, One of the issues that were raised by some of the teachers here with Cy Fair is that their insurance somehow doesn't cover them. If they get covert, and they die is liability. You know, just from your perspective is a longtime educator is is liability part of this whole equation here. Getting inside the school bell now still, District elation, Texas have some call upon immunity. We have two liabilities and that have to do transportation and then excessive punishment. Are those your two liabilities on that? So far? Those laws have not changed. So when it comes to it, I mean, how can anyone guarantee someone's not gonna get sick? I just don't know how many Anybody could be held liable for anything like that. You know, I would tend to agree with you on that. Is there a plan in place, sir? In case there is any sort of a covert outbreak in your school system. What would happen if you have Ah, Couple of kids, they end up Testing positive. Well, there are protocols in place on the state level that we would follow. We're gonna be following the same protocols with everybody else in another district is following their certain fine period of those students have to be out and anybody that was in close contact with them, and they're certain Conditions have to be met for Teo. Teo. Teo, look and see what that close contact. All right. Thank you. Three times we're going to talk to us like this school year. That is Harold. Honesty is super tinted David Fleet joining us here on NewsRadio. 7 40 h gets around in traffic.
"david fleet" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer
"Of my voice back, but you'll hear it crack a little bit. Laryngitis takes out to go away. But there's so much happening. I wanted to come and talk today. Anyway. Could've gotten a guest host and let get better quickly. Why not? Just play a lot of audio, but I really wanted to focus you on what we talked about yesterday, the Maureen Dowd column because I took to the page of the Washington Post yesterday and responded at length, and it's got one thousand eight hundred comments attached to it. I'm sure they're all supportive. Yeah. I'm pretty sure they're supportive, but I wanted to sort of came together and yesterday's program, and I want you to hear what I wrote. President Trump has an ace in the hole for the twenty twenty election. The media elite cannot keep their contempt for Trump voters under wraps on Sunday. New York Times comments Maureen Dowd, penned a sentence, that perfectly encapsulates this disdain for fellow citizens, Mitch McConnell, bar, and almost everyone else in the GOP Maureen data pined, have made themselves numb, Trump's abhorrent actions because of self interest. There you have it. In Dowd's world. I wrote and doubt is one of the, the Manhattan. Beltway media, late almost every person supports Trump today, does so because of self interest now read self interest, as greed or lust for power position, or however, you care to read it by Dowd assessment. No one can possibly support Trump without being corrupt ignored is the fact that Trump is delivered on his crucial pledges concerning. The judiciary in defense spending Trump is put one hundred plus judges on the federal bench, including two on the supreme court. Forty one on federal circuit courts with two more confirmations pending, and dozens and dozens on federal trial, courts, he strongly supported dramatic increases in defense, spending the roaring economy and the tax cuts and deregulation. Power speak for itself, but for data to colleagues in New York, Washington, Los Angeles in Silicon Valley. None of this record matters to support Trump is to be morally flawed. Let's face it, most of the media. Thanks. Most of Trump supporters are stupid or evil incredibly secular elites have appointed themselves judges of moral character trumps record is far from perfect. Of course. The aluminum and steel tariffs on allies, awful choices. The pipeline of nominees to the circuit court says inexplicably run dry. There is still no serious detailed plan to get to the three hundred fifty ship navy that fleet. Pro David fleet that Trump promised most of his supporters wish him to lay off Twitter and his personal tax opponents. Even when those opponents swing and daily they would prefer the president take his no collusion. No obstruction win and pocket. While talking in the about the economy, the judges that offense budget deregulation. Still, there are far more positives than negatives, despite his biggest immediate are not the enemy of the people, and they should not be labeled. This is indifference to the staffing of the government is sometimes maddening and few of his appointees were simply not qualified. Donald Trump has kept the promises he made during the campaign Maureen Dowd's damning indictment calls to mind Hillary Clinton's basket of deplorables, comment, Americans outside of New York City, Washington, Los Angeles, and Silicon Valley, deeply resent, the cattempt these elites have for ordinary people that contempt. When openly displayed always boomerangs, either leave doubt is channeling the left's sharing disdain for the great silent majority, which was there in the days of Richard Nixon in which showed up again in twenty sixteen for fifty years, the left has been flipping off the political, as well as the quiet a-political, as well as the quiet moderate, and conservative, citizens of go to work in church, grace, fam-. Families in somewhat prosaic fashion. But who also vote regularly to be accused of supporting Trump for evil reasons of course, to accused of doing evil to refuse to knowledge, the legitimate principles in politics that motivate millions of Trump voters his brand Trump's supporters as without principles. Last two paragraphs this coun-, this contempt of the left for ordinary Americans is not new. We saw directed at President George W Bush, Peron's stupid cowboy his father prince the wimp factor president Ronald Reagan Peron's, another cowboy president Gerald foot foot Ford played football without a helmet. And president Richard Nixon tricky dick decades before Watergate, the media, conveniently forgets that every Republican president has had to campaign and govern against both the Democrats and their failure trips in the Manhattan. Beltway media elite, insults, and invective or not how you win elections. Democrats though, they are great at winning applause lines in handshakes from other elites. That's my Washington Post column. You can read it anywhere you want. It's over at Washington Post dot com and the left is going to be mad already today. They're going to be very hot and I'll tell you why Mitch McConnell. Master of the Senate cocaine match got a question yesterday. And he answered it bluntly cut number ten. Guy here division doing..
"david fleet" Discussed on WSB-AM
"And one hundred sixty three brand new f thirty five Joint Strike Fighter jets, as prime minister ABI, and I discussed yesterday, Japan, also plans to equip, the Japanese Self Defense Forces with one hundred five f thirty five aircraft which would make Japan's f thirty five fleet the largest of any US ally. The US Japan, alliance has never been stronger the relationship between your president and the prime minister of Japan scrape gentlemen. Great man is a fantastic one this remarkable port is the only one in the world where we're American naval fleet, and an ally David fleet headquartered side-by-side, a testament to the aren't lead partnership between US and Japanese forces together, you're advancing freedom on the high seas shielding our nation from dangerous weapons and preserving the peace that generations valiant American warriors gave their lives to secure. One of those intrepid Americans was private first less John Shaffer. Born and raised in tower city, Pennsylvania, private Schaefer was a member of a group of us army special forces who fought in the Pacific during World War Two under the legendary command of General Frank Merrill, good, general general pretty good. That's what they say. Are you.
"david fleet" Discussed on Your Mom's House
"Can't be fat. Great. Titties. Right, because that's too. That's descriptors before the t- now I know the show. I think the teeth gotta be that RTD f. g. t. GT RTD. What could that mean. Yeah. Okay. I said, you want. Hat, yeah, sheep, every listener is crying, laughing, something terrible, isn't it? We haven't actually said it. We haven't defined defined dropped at a couple of times, but you know what it means said, okay, horrible. We'll should. I just walk around like ball and Sherman oaks something. Just see if I punch in the mouth. Well, why don't we let the audience try to come up with what they think that means? Let's not. Let's not. Let's give it a week and see people can come up with what they think it is on the message boards on the Facebook them discuss. And we'll see if that, in fact is a shirt or hat. We can make stay in the line also by the way, another video we gotta go stand for I great tongue replaces that dick, that's it. Nail. It. Nail it. The first time you get some time and. Better? Yes, it's Mounir doesn't move of the millennial has been, oh, I great tongue replaces that. Anti. Okay. Male oppression. A woman who hasn't gotten enough oral from her lover. Put it in. Thank you like my Weiner. Thank you for naming it by the way you're so now we can sell it as I great tongue replaces that dick a first time guy be great. Gotta be great. Gotta be just someone who knows how to live. David. Fleet of two everywhere guy doesn't everywhere three. And he uses his lung infection as an instrument. You. One day. Rematch. KOA. Scuttling. Yeah. Zone links. What would you rather have though the make you come guys teeth or this one hundred times? Yeah. They need to put him on the voice, right? Because it's like, oh, all right, talent. It's hard to guess the person's sex listening to it. Definitely hard to get the age. Yeah, and I could see someone being like, man, that's that good, rhythmic soul. I'll take it and it turns any smile. Yeah, that's what that show is. If you don't see him see him. Baby. Outside. He really has a long infection. I know. No. Yeah, Dr drew. This tragedy. No, I have a month to live. No, our our, our producer labeled this file that look at the top of. No, no, no. He's a homeless man. I don't know. I don't know anything about him. I just know that we've had now three or four times videos of him. This particular in different settings singing staying alive before he looked like he could be outside a restaurant alleyway. Now he's in the San Andreas on the side of the road. Cool over fixing my tire. Did I? I'm not gonna help you tire. United, does. I think he's really just had too much sun. Yeah, keeping. Okay. Can we can you stick around or. No, I have to pick up my son. Okay. Can do you have time to hang out for like another thirty forty minutes a little? Why don't we do that? Yeah, it's great. We're back. Took brownie pants, pick up our son. How is that? Did you enjoy that? Enjoyed it. It's cute. I liked it. I didn't made me laugh that Dominika points like, I don't think you can get out of the car and I'm like, yeah, you're it's a preschool. He was ahead of you just a grown man. Know what's true. I didn't think about just the visions of divorced dads that deserve to get divorced. Yeah, Tommy dammit. It's my, I don't care what court says. You know they've had to deal with that sort of thing. Oh, yeah. Standing in the parking lot and parents I've never seen him and I'm sure there's probably a teacher. Oh, caretaker. There's probably friends that have tagged along shirt been like, why can't I come in? Oh, no, no. And then walk in and what I remember like my my parents are both educators now retire, but my dad used to. He was an administration last like ten fifteen years, and these as a principal and vice principal. And at one point he was principal. This place near our house called called Holly rood that's like, like, maybe k. through five. And I remember walking up and my dad's was taller than me now he's kind of shrunk with aid. He's a big guy and he's just destroying these kids in foursquare, and it was so fun to watch..
"david fleet" Discussed on WGN Radio
"Boards before her ruled out of a hotline corral he's got a there could it be that in the formal reporter who similar lulu learning sloan food cook set for the super good dohrn surrey there had one older and put a strain heard of a long career one of george the frayed help is david fleet old churn grab hold his head the of the vat roads that are to where the hockey game twenty one soccer club with a third they leaks of a gold medal back to the hit in the corner brian moore alley wonderful small to great after that took a big drop at the back side blade rally in it would throw his toward that goal he of another slashes he was celebrating the goal frustration for is that of four to three lead heading into this third period stripped of of the third period employed why process solid 40 minutes with stall blasted here fitness third period of them shift sold at the beginning of the third period possible to me momentum gordon even straight ahead and look better referring goals why the bruins see that have taken ownership of this game here's sam at seconds left at the berlin winai more drops of pond off the tampax behind aboard centre on his still fairly worldwide left wearing the veil who is silva before the to your bone of the big break.
"david fleet" Discussed on KQED Radio
"In california that benefited three point eight million people dr portion mac works at a safety net clinic in hayward i saw a new group of patients that didn't have healthcare before it was a working class crew people at nontraditional salaries be knew that they're like the food service industry tips or real estate agents who rely on commission medical has always been a major provider of healthcare in california since the aca expansion it now covers a third of all residents in the state with that growth california brings in more healthcare dollars they flow into community clinics like dr max diversity of vasquez health centre to brazil has expanded in the last several years but they're still more to do they're still more outreach to do but the money allowed to icao vasquez to construct an entirely new clinic an and they shifted from paper to electric health records ceo david fleet says the expanded dental care to when we are able to make sure that mr smith or mrs rodriguez doesn't chauvinist er with tooth paying everyone in the community enjoys lower cost because of that well lead says he's relieved for now he'll continue to watch what happens in dc closely and so will doctors across the day at sucker burke san francisco general hospital some of them have been working for months to protect the aca dr emily thomas said that type of activism should keep going even though the dc ari has collapse at the center the the threat is still there for our patience and our patients are relying on everyone in this room to continue to advocate for their expanded access to care there is a chance senate republicans try to revive the stalled health plan that's what happened months ago in the house and laura kleindienst kqed news if you wanna start up a new tech company who do you turn to for funding venture capitalists in where did they get their money retirement funds and.
"david fleet" Discussed on KQED Radio
"Poverty line in california that benefited three point eight million people dr portion mac works at a safety net clinic in hayward i saw a new group of patients that didn't have healthcare before it was a working class crew people that nontraditional salaries fina that they're like the food service industry tear chefs or real estate agents who relied commission medical has always been a major provider of healthcare in california since the aca expansion it now covers a third of all residents in the state with that growth california brings in more health care dollars they flow into community clinics like dr max tip i see a vasquez health centre to repeal has expanded the last several years but they're still more to do they're still more outreach to do but the money allowed to versiya vasquez to construct an entirely new clinic and they shifted from paper to electric health records ceo david fleet says the expanded dental care to when we are able to make sure that mr smith or mrs rodriguez dozen chauve and the er with tooth paying everyone in the community enjoys lower cost because at that while lead says he's relieved for now he'll continue to watch what happens in dc closely and so we'll doctors across the day at sucker berg sampha cisco general hospital some of them have been working for months to protect the aca dr emily thomas said that type of activism should keep going even though the dcr a has collapse at the senate the threat is still there for our patience and our patients are relying on everyone in this room to continue to advocate for they're expanded access to care there is a chance senate republicans try to revive the stalled health plan that's what happened months ago in the house and laura livens kqed news if you wanna start up a new tech company who do you turn to for funding venture capitalists and where did they get their money retirement funds and wealthy investors recently.