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Fresh update on "delauro" discussed on ToddCast Podcast with Todd Starnes

ToddCast Podcast with Todd Starnes

01:16 min | 4 hrs ago

Fresh update on "delauro" discussed on ToddCast Podcast with Todd Starnes

"Right, let's go to Deborah in Georgia. Wants to weigh in on the Kemp perdue battle. Who do you support Deborah? Brian Kemp. Is that right? Why do you like Kemp? What does he do for you? Well, every time something's come up and COVID or anything like that, he's been right on top of it. You can own the knees, how can you eat that? Things on the TV showing, you know, what they're doing, how they're doing it now. What's going on with it? He's been on top of everything to me. And doing everything that he's supposed to do. You see Deborah, I've been hearing that from a lot of people in Georgia that this was really about how Kemp handled the state during the pandemic and that really. Yeah, that's it. Deborah got a run here. We appreciate you calling in and thank you for listening to Wu. Folks coming up, big concerns next week about the World Health Organization, the Biden administration has been shoving through a policy that would cede American sovereignty to the World Health Organization in the middle of some sort of a global health emergency. We're going to be getting into that. We'll be taking your calls on that open line Friday all three hours of the show, 8 four four 747 88 68. That's the number to call. And don't forget, download our podcast over at Todd starns dot com. It's a freebie and you're gonna love it. We'll be right back America. It's for you, credentials to advance confidence to stand out in your career. At regent university, you'll join more than 30,000 world changers, making a difference in high demand fields. Pursue your bachelor's masters or doctorate online or on campus in Virginia Beach. Your degree from top ranked regent university is waiting, and so is the world that you will elevate, say yes to your purpose and position yourself for a brighter future. Visit regent dot EDU slash learn more. Regent dot EDU slash learn more. Life from the Liberty University studio in Memphis, Tennessee. It's America's conservative blowtorch. I love this American ride time starts. All right, hello, everybody. Welcome to the Todd. Radio show, we're honored to have you with us today. This is Friday open line. Friday. By the way, a water gas price is looking like in your community. They're telling us now that gas prices probably going to double ABC News, by the way, has a report outcast up what a but 55, that's the national gas average. It is up that much, cut 11. Gas prices, of course, are still going up and experts say that's going to be the story for months to come. Let's take a look at the national average right now, four 59 a gallon, but take a look at where we were just a year ago, almost $3 flat at three O four. All right, meanwhile, you had hearings up on Capitol Hill. You had Deb harland, who's the United States secretary of the interior, and she was asked very clearly about gas prices are they too high. Madam secretary? Honest question, do you believe that gas prices are too high? Senator, I completely understand the crunch that so many Americans are under right now. I mean, I'm thinking back, I've been driving since I was about 18, so I know that we've had other, you know, I remember back when there were lines out the gas stations and that kind of thing. I think that Americans are still recovering from this terrible pandemic and there are a lot of other world events that are making things difficult for all of us. So it sounds you're unwilling to say that gas prices are too high. And it's true. They won't. But even Democrats are starting to speak out now, this baby formula crisis has been months in the making, and the Biden administration, it seems as though they were caught off guard here. That nobody's paying attention, and there's a reason why, because no one in the Biden administration and hear me when I say this, no one in the Biden administration was actually hired because of their abilities. They were hired because of their sex, their gender, their race, their ableism, whatever identity, political cards there are. That's the reason they were hired. These people were not hired based on whether or not they could perform a task. And that's why the country is in a freefall right now. It's a freefall. And the Democrats understand this, the Democrats know their entire political party is about to go down in flames. That's why you have lawmakers like rosa delauro, calling out the Biden administration cut number 5. The FDA dragged its feet, they knew in September, they knew in October through a whistleblowers report that there were serious infractions. They did an interview the whistleblower until December. They went back in in January, and they found contamination and the recall only occurred in February. And that was four months. Why four months? There's got to be answers to that question from the FDA. And nobody's nobody's willing to take responsibility in the Biden administration. And meanwhile, you have the new press secretary. And she's completely clueless. The dear lady is dumb as a load of breaks. And that's why I do not be surprised if changes are made in the comms department. I mean, it's almost as if she is reading a script off of Siri like she is the voice of Siri, and you ask a question, the answer to that question has to be on a cue card, and if the answer to that question is not on the cue card, the question does not get answered. They'll just keep reading whatever's on the cue card. Remember when I was a couple of years ago, there was a Siri hiccup, and people were turning left when they should have turned right instead they were landing and ponds and driving into the building. Remember that? It's crazy. That's just like the press secretary. She has no idea what she has no idea. And the reason why is because she was only hired and she went the day one on the job. She came out and said, hey, look, everybody. Got to be honest with you. I don't know who all you people are. I don't know what this job entails. They just hire me because I'm a black lesbian chick from some foreign country. God bless America. And that's it. So we'll see how all.

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"delauro" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

01:46 min | Last week

"delauro" Discussed on WTOP

"Has approved a $40 billion aid package to help Ukraine defend against Russia's unrelenting onslaught Democratic congresswoman rosa delauro chairs the appropriations committee The cruelty Against innocent civilians at the hands of Putin and his cronies is devastating The images of the violence and terror coming from Ukraine should horrify us all House speaker Nancy Pelosi continued her direct verbal attacks on Russia's leader But I think it's important for the American people to know is that what Putin has done is not only an act of brutality is an act of cowardice Who but a coward would pretend he's going to war and bomb a maternity hospital The House approved $7 billion more than President Biden had asked for The bill goes to the Senate later this week CBS News special report I'm Christopher Cruise Let's get more now from WTO's Capitol Hill correspondent Mitchell Miller The new package for Ukraine has widespread bipartisan support and Virginia Democrat Jerry Connelly says it's important to speak with one voice to Russia The brutal reckless unprovoked invasion and the terrible toll it has taken in the Ukrainian people is not acceptable The aid is expected to be approved as well by the Senate But the upper chamber is now focused on a procedural vote linked to abortion rights amid concerns among Democrats that the Supreme Court may be preparing to overturn roe versus wade The Senate's top Republican Mitch McConnell says it's clear this vote won't break with a historic trend to overcome the filibuster Historically there have been abortion votes on the floor of the Senate None of them have achieved 60 votes On Capitol Hill Mitchell Miller WTO B news 1233.

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"delauro" Discussed on Hysteria

Hysteria

05:42 min | 7 months ago

"delauro" Discussed on Hysteria

"Next week's episode is on ghosting. Get it, Halloween, and we want to hear from you. If you have a story of a time that you were ghosted, record a 32nd voice memo on your phone and email us at hysteria at crooked dot com. And then tune in next week because you might hear your story on the show. Okay, house has been kept. Let's talk about what we're feeling petty about this week. I'm going to go first because I feel like this is maybe a little overdue. I was feeling petty about this last week, and then I just didn't bring it up because I forgot because my brain's broken. But we can have a go, pictures of Timothée Chalamet started circulating and young Timothy is dressed as looks like a sexual ebenezer Scrooge. That's a great way to put it. Sort of, and he is supposed to be playing a young Willy Wonka because apparently Hollywood is not out of ideas, but afraid of any idea that hasn't already existed. So they're doing a prequel of Willy Wonka and in the pre quill, Chalamet will be playing Willy Wonka. Here's what I feel petty about this week. Absolutely not. I think that he is a fabulous. He's a fabulous actor and everything I've seen him and he's been great in. And I'm sure that he will do well with this role, but he is not right for the role. Like ever since I read Willy Wonka, when I was a kid, what the vibe is in the book is Willy Wonka is sort of like a stunted weird childlike vaguely menacing character. Everything you said is Timothy Chalamet. He is not menacing. Those cheekbones that he went to Laguardia. There is nothing menacing. There's nothing menacing about his cheekbones. His cheekbones should be in a museum. He's got, though, Willy Wonka is a little bit scary in gene wild, they're almost got it right, but Gene Wilder is too much of a man to play Willy Wonka. And Johnny Depp went too creepy with Willy Wonka. I think the ideal Willy Wonka would be somebody like comedian patty Harrison, who is the perfect combination of fun, but are you dangerous? Is something like are you going to hurt me? Are you going to throw something? There's something that is unhinged about her style of comedy that I think would lend itself really well to being like an on screen Willy Wonka. I want somebody who feels like they're not quite all there. And Charlotte is.

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"delauro" Discussed on Hysteria

Hysteria

04:49 min | 7 months ago

"delauro" Discussed on Hysteria

"A question for you. I've always got questions for you. I love it. It makes me feel so needed and wanted. Have you ever gotten a compliment that somebody said it as a compliment, but as you thought about it, you were like, is this diminutive? Yep. Like what is a word that people sometimes call you that feels like it's not an actual compliment? It wasn't, it wasn't, okay, so the time I'm thinking about, I'll put aside because that wasn't a specific word that was whole conversation that just turned out. It was trying to be a compliment, but it turned offensive. Someone told me how hot my sister was with great surprise. I was like, like, no, listen. She's really hot. And I was like, yeah, I fucking get it. Am I literally the hunchback? What are you like, are you kidding? But no, I love when people are just like, especially when I was in government and I was like a bit on the younger side. They're like, what a spark plug. Oh. I mean, I know what it means. But I just felt it felt a little bit like gidget had come to Washington. And I'm not saying that I wasn't like gidget comes to Washington, but I mean, spark plug just seemed like, you know, they could have done better. Yeah, why couldn't they call you a wunderkind or something? Oh, wonder kid. Listen, anything German is fine by me. Anything, German. Post 1950 in reparations. Sure. Sure, sure, sure. They've done a good job since the Jurgen on the great British baking show. That's German representation. I'm saving that up. I'm saving it up for what I'm stuck inside for months. Okay, not a spoiler. He has a Jewish family and so a lot of his bakes are like, he's like, this is a Passover themed pavlova. Oh. I believe that. I can't wait to watch the season. Well, I'll introduce the other two people who are here. One of them was just talking. She is an author writer and certified boss bitch lady of history. History, please. Her story, Danish Schwartz. Dana, welcome. So good to have you in studio. Oh my God, this is surreal and amazing. I know it feels great last week. I forgot the address. I did too. I had to email Caroline. Nice. Nice. We also have another author. She's also an activist and a shiro. Just in my cave today. It kind of blends in with the wall behind you. You're doing like white on white on white. What's a word that you get called sometimes that you're like, ah, I know you mean that in a nice way, but that sort of makes me feel like you're calling me like a plucky young upstart. Well, I hate it when people tell me that I'm well spoken or that I'm eloquent I absolutely hate it when people tell me that because I'm like, well, what do you expect? Especially after they know I'm a writer and then they're like, oh, you're so eloquent. I'm like, why did you expect me to not be eloquent? I really hate that when people tell me that. Have you ever asked somebody that question, why did you expect me to not be? And watched them sort of squirm. You know, I have not done that, but now that you've put the idea in my head, be careful. Be careful in next person that tells me that. I mean, it's one of those things where if you do that, that is choosing violence, but sometimes you just have to choose violence when it comes to stuff like this. Yes. Okay, so we're going to talk about the word badass and the ways that we complement women..

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"delauro" Discussed on Hysteria

Hysteria

03:26 min | 7 months ago

"delauro" Discussed on Hysteria

"And quite frankly, I don't know where their values are about where government needs to play a role and what government needs to do is to help people as we strive for economic security. Congresswoman, the original budget proposal was $6 trillion from senator Sanders. The budget committee came back with a compromise at 3.5 trillion. Reports as of today say that we're hovering around 1.7 to 1.9 with proposed cuts. And again, like you say, the top line is not necessarily the issue. It's the proposed cuts to programs like paid family leave and objections to the climate provisions in the Bill. If Republicans were in power, would they be negotiating against themselves? Absolutely not. Absolutely not. And my fear with regard to the child tax credit if we end this view that we extended only a year, which is, I believe is a very serious mistake, and we will miss an unbelievable opportunity. And I'm going to pressure, by the way for, you know, for there to be a framework that's enduring for benefits for kids. And their families. And if you think about it, one year, you put everything at risk to the political winds. And we shouldn't. Our children should not be subjected to political wins. No, the Republicans would not be negotiating against themselves and quite frankly, senator mansion is a negotiating against himself. He continues to negotiate on those issues that he says are important to our important to him. Now, I understand financial constraints. I do a listen. You know, so if we are not going at 3.5, which seems to be the case and we're moving down. But let's take a look at where the biggest impacts are being made in order for that economic security for families. I think about as I said child care, paid family and medical leave, we found out what happened during this pandemic where people lost jobs, not through their own fault. They had no income. Et cetera. And we're the only industrialized nation in the world that doesn't have some sort of a paid family and leave program. And I look at the child tax credit. Climate is another important effort. So let's take a look at some of them. We can also be creative as to how you can stage or phase in some of these other pieces and put that into practice. I have thought very hard about the appropriations process, which I'm engaged in, which says, what can we pick up an appropriations? Over the next few years, because these are plants that are over ten years. And so there are a number of creative ways to be able to make look at those that are most impactful move forward on that and move to get other things done. My view has been, let's do a few things do them well and not do a little bit here a little bit there. And you get almost nowhere. So like we've discussed congresswoman, it seems like there's a gap between people knowing what is in the Bill. And the action that is necessary. So my group of girlfriends from college, for example, we were all on a group text and we're all college educated really smart..

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"delauro" Discussed on Hysteria

Hysteria

05:41 min | 7 months ago

"delauro" Discussed on Hysteria

"I am sure. Because it was a smoke, too. Exactly, and a lot of women did back then because it wasn't until late 70s that that was across the board discouraged. So like people whose moms smoked cigarettes when they were pregnant, probably shouldn't be talking shit about gay men because they can't breastfeed their kids. Like, deal with your own problems, you know, like, whatever. Anyway. Also, not all women breastfeed. Yes, we can get into this. It doesn't even know that. Like that's the thing. Well, I mean, he married the headmistresses or the headmaster's daughter of a private school that has its own sailboat. That is true. And so I'm sure he and his wife had helped to raise their four children. And so I'm sure that he's more alienated from the real work of raising children than most people are. And so it's just embarrassing. It's like you don't know what you're talking about. You don't know what you're talking about, and you don't know the extent to which you don't know what you're talking about. And it's just like, kind of cringey to watch. Kind of cringey to watch. Let's talk about what else is going on with labor. And the reason this ties into our labor conversation is because I think that right now we're at this kind of flashpoint in America where there is a debate over whether or not feminized labor is valuable, essential. Right. At the core of it, it is should labor that is super feminized, be fairly compensated or treated as something that has monetary value or should it just be something that the society continues to act entitled to. So I'm talking about care work. You know, I'm talking about motherhood. I'm talking about parenthood, which in general is the lion's share of that is done by a woman in a heterosexual house. So I feel like there's a massive devaluing of it from people like Joe Manchin, from people like Republicans, all Republicans who don't feel any need to add additional support to these feminized jobs. And then you also see it in sort of fields like nursing and teaching where people feel entitled to the work and the safety and the lives of nurses and teachers in a way that they don't feel entitled to the work of an engineer or a doctor or a construction worker. You know, nobody is demanding sweet compliance and pleasantness from construction workers, the way that they do from teachers. So anyway, let's segue into the next labor topic that we are going to talk about. And that is people who are the people doing the majority of the work. For American manufacturing and for anything that is made in America. And whether or not they're fairly compensated. So alys can you bring us up to speed with what is going on with organized labor this week? So organized labor is busy. First, we have the negotiations between IT and the film and television studios. IoT is a union representing Hollywood's version of blue collar workers. They represent camera operators, makeup artists, prop makers, set dressers, lighting technicians, editors, script coordinators, hairstylists, cinematographers, writers assistants, you get the idea. They have reached a tentative agreement for a new three year contract. Now, what's interesting about this is that the negotiators have reached it, but there's a decent chance that the rank and file vote against it..

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Victor Noir's Mysterious Erection

The Atlas Obscura Podcast

02:08 min | 1 year ago

Victor Noir's Mysterious Erection

"Year more than three million people visit the parish cemetery in paris it's home to hundreds of thousands of tombs. And you can buy a map directing you to all the graves of the cemetery. Most famous residents folks like the singer. Jim morrison and writers like oscar wilde and produced but among that list of celebrities and historical figures is a name that pretty much. No one will recognize but whose tomb attracts a lot of visitors. And i'm very certain kind of visitor with a very certain kind of neat. it's the tomb of victor noir. Victor nor was a journalist in paris in the eighteen hundreds and he didn't publish anything especially remarkable during a short lifetime and he probably would have been forgotten a history if it weren't for the fact that he was shot and killed by prince pierre. Bonaparte the nephew of napoleon that act triggered a wave of protests and led to the commissioning of a statue by the acclaimed. Sculptor jules delauro. But even that isn't really why people are visiting his grave today. The visit for more personal reasons and they aren't there for victor exactly. The statue that covers. Victor noirs grave depicts him laying down as if he had just been shot and that alone is kind of just. But then you notice a couple of other things. I the crotch of this statue has a bulge to it in second. The bulge is very very shiny. Though the statue was largely darkin discolored that particular part has been polished by the hands of countless win over the decades women who are drawn to the statue of victor nawar because rubbing it supposedly confers. Good luck in love and fertility. The full ritual involves kissing his lips rubbing the bulge and dropping a flower in his hat.

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"delauro" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

01:35 min | 2 years ago

"delauro" Discussed on WTOP

"Org or eight hundred seven four five ride some restrictions apply thirty five there's new legislation in Congress to make sure drug treatments and a future coronavirus vaccine are affordable WTOP's Mitchell Miller has that today on the hill Connecticut congresswoman Rosa DeLauro is one of the lawmakers co sponsoring the legislation which is designed to prevent price gouging by drug makers we are saying that the public health crisis should not be allowed to become a for profit bonanza one bill would prohibit companies from having a monopoly on federally funded drugs and make the pricing more transparent another measure sponsored by Texas congressman Lloyd Doggett would step up oversight of taxpayer funded research without major investments pharmaceuticals would not exist lawmakers are also concerned the federal government supply of a drug that's been used to treat covert nineteen ram disappear could soon run out on Capitol Hill Mitchell Miller WTOP news time the White House is scaling back temperature checks and the outside tents were folks were screened came down this morning a White House spokesman says anyone close to the president and vice president will still be temperature checked voluntary checks and masks are still available inside up ahead will take a look at these storms that have been bubbling up and we've got more good and bad news about corona virus three thirty seven liberty mutual insurance company presents does check it out got a brand new motorcycle jacket and matching leather pants let's go for a ride and tell everyone that liberty mutual customizes.

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"delauro" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

06:25 min | 2 years ago

"delauro" Discussed on KCRW

"Cannot stop salivating salivating over the possibility for partisan gain progressive say it may be partisan but they believe the public is with them Rosa DeLauro Democrat from Connecticut says until the corona virus hit Republicans generally didn't support any expansion of domestic spending intended to help people in a crisis now there is a crisis and Democrats want to use this moment to reform the system these folks have never wanted to go down this road and protect what what is social safety net that we've had in the past and a new social safety net for people in today's world taken employment insurance Ron Wyden the top Democrat on the Senate finance committee wants to tie the expanded benefits that passed in the cares act to the unemployment rate when unemployment goes up so do the benefits so people can stay on their feet he says the existing system hasn't worked for a long time and this is a chance to fix it going forward the unemployment system which was invented in the nineteen thirties is still in kind of a timely work nobody ever heard of a gig worker back in the nineteen thirties Democrats say it makes sense to advocate for temporary policy changes now now with the understanding that Democrats do want these programs to be made permanent some of these benefits like extra on implement already got big bipartisan support and will be harder to take way later not all Democrats necessarily agree Stephanie Murphy who is one of the leaders of a group of fiscally conservative Democrats says the coronavirus is creating unprecedented need but she says any policies need to be re evaluated over time and she says pushing for partisan policies in a divided Congress with a Republican president isn't the best path to making those ideas a reality the only things that become law can actually help the people that we're trying to R. and chest so she says Democrats should look at their list of ideas and find places where they might get some buy in from Republicans like her proposal to extend and expand a tax credit for businesses that keep employees on the payroll during the crisis but Democrats are hoping to take control of the Senate and the White House in November which would make it easier to remake the system Kelsey Snell NPR news Washington to New Orleans now where Kelly fields owns the award winning bakery and restaurant Willa Jean when I spoke with her in early April she had furloughed all one hundred thirteen of her employees well fast forward a month and this Wednesday Willett gene is officially re opening its doors to diners Kelly fields joins us now to talk about it Hey there welcome back Hey there thanks for having me again so talk me through your plan what is eating up religion gonna look like starting this week well it's going to change a little bit we're going to do all counter service so my actual service staff isn't quite comfortable yet so we're gonna do counter service where customers will place your order at the counter and will bring their food to them and eliminate the risk of person to person contact that would normally happen yup and you've got limited capacity is that right you can't allow and the same number of diners you did before correct the mandate in New Orleans is twenty five percent capacity which puts us at about twenty eight seats you said a some of those people were are feeling a little wary not entirely comfortable yet what does that conversation been like with your staff I mean obviously I'm in support of them coming back on their own time when they feel comfortable but I also know my responsibility as a business owner and the challenge for this is going to do it's going to be doing my part to ensure that we're practicing as safe as we are as as were able providing protective gear for my team holding the customers accountable to our wear masks when they're out and about the restaurant and just that everybody smart and responsible and respectful in this process yeah I was looking at your website and that you've got a long long list on there if everything you're doing to make everything safe for your staff and for diners it sounds like that's gonna be a big part of the challenge is convincing your customers it's okay it's safe come back yeah I think that's going to be the biggest the biggest challenge for all of us as business owners is is just restoring faith in the public to feel comfortable to be out yeah without level of capacity are you I I can't imagine or anticipate making anything like the revenue you would have made a few months ago how does that work I'm I'm curious I know myself we're really lucky the we've got a really strong community like New Orleans supports restaurants like no other city are now so our delivery and takeout business has been really strong and we open the the bakery counter this weekend and and people really showed up and supported supported what we're doing which feels really good but we're going to take the the bigger picture one day at a time and figure it out now I have to ask is there a particular item on the menu that you were excited to serve on a plate to obtain a customer you can see and watch him do again yeah while I'm there yeah the R. barbecue shrimp toast the I didn't realize how much I missed it in the first one came in the window and I smelled it and it just it felt like a normalcy that I didn't know I needed I I know the last time I talked I mentioned I was eyeing the biscuit with grandma's sausage gravy and did not survive the pandemic Claesson yes yes I hope you hold on for me for next time I am in New Orleans and we will be thinking of you and wishing best of luck stay safe stay well and thanks for talking with us thank you so much you too that is Kelly fields James beard award winner and owner of the bakery and restaurant Willa Jean in New Orleans which is going to reopen this week you're listening to All Things Considered from NPR news I'm on all they've done to the point voting by mail it can be really important even if it delays the crowds so we don't know who's one right away it means that vote counting is.

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"delauro" Discussed on 90.3 KAZU

90.3 KAZU

05:55 min | 2 years ago

"delauro" Discussed on 90.3 KAZU

"Cannot stop salivating salivating over the possibility for partisan gain progressive say it may be partisan but they believe the public is with them Rosa DeLauro Democrat from Connecticut says until the corona virus hit Republicans generally didn't support any expansion of domestic spending intended to help people in a crisis now there is a crisis and Democrats want to use this moment to reform the system these folks have never wanted to go down this road and protect what what is social safety net that we've had in the past and a new social safety net for people in today's world take unemployment insurance Ron Wyden the top Democrat on the Senate finance committee wants to tie the expanded benefits that passed in the cares act to the unemployment rate when unemployment goes up so do the benefits so people can stay on their feet he says the existing system hasn't worked for a long time and this is a chance to fix it going forward the unemployment system which was invented in the nineteen thirties is still in kind of a timely work nobody ever heard of a gig worker back in the nineteen thirties Democrats say it makes sense to advocate for temporary policy changes now with the understanding that Democrats do want these programs to be made permanent some of these benefits like extra unemployment already got big bipartisan support and will be harder to take way later not all Democrats necessarily agree Stephanie Murphy who is one of the leaders of a group of fiscally conservative Democrats says the coronavirus is creating unprecedented need but she says any policies need to be re evaluated over time and she says pushing for partisan policies in a divided Congress with a Republican president isn't the best path to making those ideas a reality the only things that become law can actually help the people that we're trying to R. and just so she says Democrats should look at their list of ideas and find places where they might get some buy in from Republicans like her proposal to extend and expand a tax credit for businesses that keep employees on the payroll during the crisis but Democrats are hoping to take control of the Senate and the White House in November which would make it easier to remake the system Kelsey Snell NPR news Washington to New Orleans now where Kelly fields owns the award winning bakery and restaurant Willa Jean when I spoke with her in early April she had furloughed all one hundred thirteen of her employees well fast forward a month and this Wednesday will gene is officially re opening its doors to diners Kelly fields joins us now to talk about it Hey there welcome back Hey there thanks for having me again so talk me through your plan what is eating up religion gonna look like starting this week well it's going to change a little bit we're going to do all counter service so my actual service staff isn't quite comfortable yet so we're gonna do counter service where customers will place your order at the counter and will bring their food to them and eliminate the risk of person to person contact that would normally happen yup and you've got limited capacity is that right you can't allow and the same number of diners you did before the mandate in New Orleans is twenty five percent capacity which puts us at about twenty eight seats you said of some of those people were are feeling a little wary not entirely comfortable yet what does that conversation been like with your staff I mean obviously I'm in support of them coming back on their own time when they feel comfortable but I also know my responsibility as a business owner and the challenge for this is going to do it's going to be doing my part to ensure that we're practicing as safe as we are as as were able providing protective gear for my team holding the customers accountable to our wear masks when they're out and about the restaurant and just that everybody smart and responsible and respectful in this process yeah I was looking at your website and that you've got a long long list on there if everything you're doing to make everything safe for your staff and for diners it sounds like that's gonna be a big part of the challenge is convincing your customers it's okay it's safe come back yeah I think that's gonna be the biggest the biggest challenge for all of us as business owners is is just restoring faith in the public to feel comfortable to be out yeah without level of capacity years I I can't imagine or anticipate making anything like the revenue you would have made a few months ago how does that work out I'm curious I know myself we're really lucky the we've got a really strong community like Norrland supports restaurants like no other city are now so our delivery and takeout business has been really strong and we open the the bakery counter this weekend and and people really showed up and supported supported what we're doing which feels really good but we're going to take the the bigger picture one day at a time and figure it out now I have to ask is there a particular item on the menu that you were excited to serve on a plate to obtain a customer you can see and watch him do again yeah while I'm there for yeah the R. barbecue shrimp toast the I didn't realize how much I missed it in the first one came in the window and I smelled it and it just it felt like a normalcy that I didn't know I needed I I know the last time I talked I mentioned I was eyeing the biscuit with grandma's sausage gravy and did not survive the pandemic clashing with that yes yes I hope you hold on for me for next time I am in New Orleans and we will be thinking of you and wishing best of luck stay safe stay well and thanks for talking with us thank you so much you too that is Kelly fields James beard award winner and owner of the bakery and restaurant Willa.

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Coronavirus toll mounts at Seattle-area nursing home

Morning News with Manda Factor and Gregg Hersholt

02:05 min | 2 years ago

Coronavirus toll mounts at Seattle-area nursing home

"Eight in Washington DC lawmakers are keeping their focus on the corona virus today opening a house here in Connecticut Democrat Rosa DeLauro said it's a real and growing crisis she argued that the U. S. is behind the curve on the availability and distribution of coronavirus test kits at least thirty one residents who are still living at the life care Kirkland facility which has been the epicenter for this have tested positive for the virus we get more from Cuomo's Tammy Mutasa those people who tested positive for covert nineteen are here at this facility as we speak and that's why one woman who lost her mom last week says testing is so critical it should have been happening sooner there was a way of coming with us and we didn't catch it until it was crashing on our shore here it's too late in a lot of ways as the number of people with covert nineteen keeps going up inside the life care center Pat Herrick is recounting the chaos and confusion during the last few days of our moms like in quarantine she got a call our mom passed away then another saying she was okay that's the part that is so hard for all of us is not being able to communicate not being able to get in there with her her feeling isolated in that room and not having the communication says he's relieved officials announced test results families have been waiting for she wants her mom's body tested for corona virus after her mom died after being combined with the roommate who was coughing for days the whole issue of testing was a huge one and it still is for a lot of these families all moms friends of past in this past week officials say thirty one out of thirty five test came back positive for covert nineteen one is negative they're still waiting for twenty test results the folks who tested positive we'll stay on site at the nursing facility for now one symptoms hit a level of the queue where we feel we can no longer treat them that we will transfer them to a hospital that is also concerned about the staff testing especially with this quarantine I think there are way overworked understaffed officials say employees could get that test offside but that hasn't been finalized and the people who tested negative will be moved to a smaller wings here at this facility but that's also in the process of getting set up

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"delauro" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

03:09 min | 2 years ago

"delauro" Discussed on KOMO

"Their focus on the corona virus no opening a house here in Connecticut Democrat Rosa DeLauro said it is a real and growing crisis she argued that the U. S. is behind the curve on the availability and distribution of coronavirus test kits Oklahoma Republican Tom Cole said a deadly new diseases just plain right away airlines are slashing flights in freezing hiring is the experience a huge drop in bookings that arise in cancellations in the face of all of this delta airlines announcing this morning travel demand has fallen so badly in the past week it expects one third of the seats to be empty this month on its flights within the United States they also say that is worse on the west coast then on the east coast another big primary day is in store for the Democrats today six states including Washington are holding elections senator Bernie Sanders and former vice president Joe Biden spent yesterday campaigning with a big focus on Michigan and it's more than one hundred delegates on Tuesday let's win here in Michigan A. B. C.'s Brian burrow is covering all this this morning Ryan how does Michigan shape but that seems to be the big prize today apple stock gives Democrats in the course of history books and look at what happened here twenty sixteen you're never going into the Michigan primary Hillary Clinton and all the polls with the double digit leader yet she lost the state is upset that will tell the judge and Bernie Sanders campaign that pushed him into the primary she could extract a lot of people this time around we're seeing very similar numbers Joe Biden added that will be good when it comes to the polls as far as double digit leads in some of these local polls but will the forty Sanders people trickled out today this is one of those states the Democrats desperately want to win one of those lost all state you feel incredible phone which started state that Hillary Clinton lost the general election so that's why a lot of attention a lot of resources and importing to the one hundred twenty five delegates here in Michigan and your reporting this morning from Cleveland's because that's where the two candidates will end up tonight right just across the border and the reason is they don't have a lot of debate on the next round of state Illinois Florida Arizona and right here in Ohio and that's the reason why they they just can't stick around in case you get lucky with the door locked they gotta come somewhere else and be getting all the stuff for the next round of and thanks for the update this morning ABC news correspondent Ryan burl time's running out by the way to turn in your ballot in today's presidential primary here in Washington if you haven't already all ballots have to be either in the mail or in a drop box by eight PM you need a postmark of March tenth today the secretary of state says there's already been a thirty five percent turnout more than one and a half million ballots have already been returned Harvey Weinstein's attorneys are asking the judge in a sex crimes case descends the former movie executive to five years in prison the lawyers made that request in a letter to justice James Burke of the state Supreme Court in Manhattan when he said this tomorrow Weinstein could face as much as twenty nine years in prison he was found guilty of sexually assaulting a production assistant and raping and inspiring actress komo news time seven.

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"delauro" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

77WABC Radio

05:06 min | 2 years ago

"delauro" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

"By the way again even Democrats were annoyed by this ridiculous Rosa DeLauro character grandstanding on this issue Donna shillelagh let the health department under Bill Clinton said no one wanted to hear that either Democrats or Republicans we just want to hear the substance tomorrow the leading help us help appropriate or accuse the administration of a lack of urgency and more there were several crucial questions that remained unanswered as lawmakers transfer to a bigger room a visibly frustrated Laura told Khaleej didn't give a rat's **** and about the reaction and the members needed answers from the administration the briefing was led by the CDC director Robert Redfield an action pictures disease specialist Tony felt she was called to update members on the state of the corona viruses spread as men aged just whistleblower complaint officials did not directly contradicted the allegations but they insisted they believed everyone is properly trained and protocols were followed that was about that was a blower complaint mentioned earlier meanwhile CNN trying to claim that trump is silencing it sciences this is based on a New York times piece that points out that the White House is now running all messaging through Mike pence which get makes a lot of sense okay makes lot of sense one have a singular message coming out of the administration if there is a cover up okay if it turns out that the corona virus outbreak is much more widespread than that will damage the administration far worse than anything else radical transparency is called for and the administration I think knows this but they don't want is exactly what is happening much lower level officials running out and saying different things and then the media reporting chaos in the administration so the media are trying to create this catch twenty two if you're a bunch of low level officials running out they're uncoordinated saying different things and it's a chaos in the administration no one's heading this up it's a complete disaster show okay and then if you have one person having it like pens and all the messaging is going to depend on it the bottle neck this thing this is censorship is in in other words there's nothing the trump can do right here read there's nothing appends can you right here is CNN trying yesterday to suggest that trump was silencing scientists to prevent them from talking about corona virus which is absolutely absurd the problem occurs when a you have a president who starts with very little credibility and then be you have an administration that has had mixed messages and what the people want is the truth and the question is whether you can get the truth more from the scientists or whether you believe the politicians are the right people to get the truth when when scientists use the word pandemic they don't take that lightly and they say that it is a possibility and if they are muzzled from talking about that possibility I think that could threaten public health and get muscle from talking and no one's muzzling anybody okay seriously nobody is monthly the problem is that they're a bunch of different stories coming out and then a shocking the stock market because when you are getting multiple different stories that raise the level of uncertainty we had a problem you actually want to go if you want or need a response then you want to coordinate a response if you want an uncoordinated discombobulated response and by all means don't set up some sort of head and head of the system is ridiculousness from the media the RNC chair Ronna Romney McDaniel she she came out and she said like this is this is ridiculous human blows your acting like political hacks we should all be on the same page with this thing this of course is true they're trying to Stoke fear and the American people this is a time when Americans usually come together and they put aside their political differences and they say how can I help this president how can I make sure we calm the fears of the American people and that's it the precisely the opposite of what Democrats are doing they're politicizing that's we're preparing we're putting protocols in place and we're going to be ready and Democrats should be joining him and say guess what we're gonna work together across party lines to make sure our country safe and politicizing it which they've done with every single issue when it comes to this president and that is why they're just so shameful and they haven't helped solve many many problems of the American people are facing she's saying she speaks truth she speaks truth okay that is a hundred percent true I mean you can see in the Washington post Washington post as another piece today about how trump is mean to bureaucrats it's obvious his threatens the country because trump is right down the deep state throughout his more than three years as president of the Washington post trump is obsessed at times conspiratorial way over what it calls the deep state the thousands of career government specialists in national security intelligence science in other areas whose expertise he shuns in part because he suspects they're disloyal saboteurs and so the first case of coronavirus not tied to foreign travel being announced in California on Wednesday trump finds himself grappling with a crisis for which his record suggests he's particularly ill suited to respond so because trump is ripping as Intel people because they were in fact leaking a bunch of crap about him for years on end this means he's ill equipped to respond I leading health officers do their job I mean come on come on come on this is exactly what Democrats are looking for it's it this doesn't mean that trump can't handle this better I said it I said right from beginning president trump should be quite no weapons handle this thing not a word about it that's what he should do and should let his people handle it but to proclaim that we are in the midst of a of a public relations in from clause crisis is just missing the fact that the rest of the world is the source of corona virus is the source of the global economic risk the United States is actually the only solid island in a sea of chaos coming up brand new polls from South Carolina as we approach the South Carolina primary tomorrow Joe Biden's last gasp board.

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"delauro" Discussed on AP News

AP News

09:29 min | 2 years ago

"delauro" Discussed on AP News

"The administration's made an urgent request for 2.$6000000000 it's at levels I think were appropriate but lawmakers on both sides are telling health and Human Services secretary Alex Cesar if that's not enough we will put together a supplemental that will address this issue of Connecticut's Rosa DeLauro chairs a panel that sets health agency spending top Senate Democrat Chuck Schumer is calling for 8.$6000000000 more than triple the administration request president trump says he'll have a news conference today after being briefed by health officials Sager made Connie at the White House

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Trump to detail US coronavirus efforts, Schumer seeks $8.5B

AP News Radio

00:34 sec | 2 years ago

Trump to detail US coronavirus efforts, Schumer seeks $8.5B

"The administration's made an urgent request for two and a half a billion dollars it's at levels I think were appropriate but lawmakers on both sides are telling health and Human Services secretary Alex Cesar if that's not enough we will put together a supplemental that will address this issue of Connecticut's Rosa DeLauro chairs a panel that sets health agency spending top Senate Democrat Chuck Schumer is calling for eight and a half a billion dollars more than triple the administration request president trump says he'll have a news conference today after being briefed by health officials Sager made Connie at the White House

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"delauro" Discussed on AP News

AP News

10:34 min | 2 years ago

"delauro" Discussed on AP News

"The aim is to criticize the US killing of Iran's top general Qasem Soleimani North Carolina Republican mark meadows says it amounts to apologizing to around for an action that was justified all this does is in boulder and our enemies to suggest that the American people are divided but I'm here to tell you that we are not divide Connecticut Democrat Rosa DeLauro says facts are being obscured the administration would not could not provide any specifics about what constituted an imminent threat they couldn't tell us what the targets were president trump did not consult with congressional leaders ahead of the attack and Donahue Washington

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House nears vote on restraining Trump’s actions against Iran

AP News Radio

00:38 sec | 2 years ago

House nears vote on restraining Trump’s actions against Iran

"The aim is to criticize the US killing of Iran's top general Qasem Soleimani North Carolina Republican mark meadows says it amounts to apologizing to around for an action that was justified all this does is in boulder and our enemies to suggest that the American people are divided but I'm here to tell you that we are not divide Connecticut Democrat Rosa DeLauro says facts are being obscured the administration would not could not provide any specifics about what constituted an imminent threat they couldn't tell us what the targets were president trump did not consult with congressional leaders ahead of the attack and Donahue Washington

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"delauro" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

02:20 min | 3 years ago

"delauro" Discussed on KCRW

"Lots of outreach to educate operators. But if that's the case, then why are there so many workers still waiting for their back wages? The house will be in order. I know what democratic congresswoman Rosa delauro of Connecticut, she's the new chair of the house subcommittee that oversees Labor's budget. She's a passionate speaker and in a sea of blue and gray suits. She stands out, she's wearing colors like the plumage of a tropical bird, bright, orange, scarf lime green shirt, and purple hair. So we have this vulnerable population DOL has stepped back and allowed this to happen. So then who's going to protect these vulnerable people. It falls to the congress since there's been abdication at the agency level that the congress takes us on. The Laura says she's been trying in twenty seventeen. She sponsored a Bill to fight wage theft. It died in committee, the day, I met her. She had just introduced a new budget provisions that would let DO L higher five hundred additional inspire. Actors but the agency has to be willing to go after employers. I believe in compliance, we want to get people to comply, but they are unwilling to deal with severe enforcement and strict enforcement of the law and apply. The penalties that would deter these people from that kind of behavior. The local level. Some prosecutors are acting on their own. California is one of a few states, where prosecutors are filing criminal charges against care homeowners. And that brings us back to romell Publico. About a year after the rate is care home, Sonia. Still working there. She starts noticing that something's off Ramal and his wife, they're showing up every day. She's painting SIS fixing all the things I wanted to fix the get home when Sonya asks what's going on? They just shrug her off. They admit the patient. I said, oh, really? And then one day another man shows up at the door. Oh, they do that,.

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"delauro" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

01:45 min | 3 years ago

"delauro" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Were doing lots of outreach to educate operators. But if that's the case, then why are there so many workers still waiting for their back wages? The house will be in order. I met with democratic congresswoman Rosa delauro of Connecticut. She's the new chair of the house subcommittee that oversees Labor's budget. She's a passionate speaker and in a sea of blue and gray suits. She stands out, she's wearing colors like the plumage of tropical bird, bright, orange, scarf, lime green shirt, and purple hair. So we have this vulnerable population DEA will has stepped back and allowed this to happen. So then who's going to protect these people it falls to the congress since there's been abdication at the agency level that the congress needs to take this on the Laura says she's been trying in twenty seventeen. She sponsored a Bill to fight wage theft. It died in committee, the day, I met her. She had just introduced a new budget provisions that would let DO L higher five hundred additional inspire. Actors but the agency has to be willing to go after employers. I believe in compliance wanted to get people to comply, but they are unwilling to deal with severe enforcement and strict enforcement of the law and apply. The penalties that would deter these people from that kind of behavior. The local level. Some prosecutors are acting on their own. California is one of a few states, where prosecutors are filing criminal charges against care homeowners. And that brings us back to romell Publico..

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"delauro" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

News Radio 920 AM

01:35 min | 3 years ago

"delauro" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

"California are proposing a crappy new entitlements. Call the end diaper need act. The co-sponsors are Alexandria. Okay. So Cortez in Ilhan, Omar, and they're going to help push it through folks. Now, how exactly these democrat women proposed to an diaper need cheesy. Same way the proposed to solve everything else. What somebody else's money, namely yours? Now. According to a Representative Barbara Lee, childcare centers will not take new kids without an adequate supply of diapers. That means that low income mothers cannot return to work supposedly because they can't afford to pay for the diapers. It's a real struggle says Representative Rosa delauro diapers are basic hygiene items, and they're really expensive like like condoms. She says no family should be forced to choose between diapers and groceries or condoms. So Democrats want to start a demonstration program, they want you the taxpayer to come up with a hundred million dollars. So they can pass it to their blue city Powell's for diapers. Leftover money for condoms one hundred million. Dollars to deal with a massive load of baby poop, which pretty well sums up the democrat party agenda and logo. Tax season might be an identity thieves favorite time of year, FOX. And that's because there's a chance that your personal information could be exposed with all the tax paperwork going back and forth. Online.

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"delauro" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

KLBJ 590AM

01:52 min | 3 years ago

"delauro" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

"The border another two caravans now pouring up Mexico could stop them so easy. And you know, what if they don't it's going to cost them a hell of a lot of buddy. Honestly because they could do. And I'm telling you right now, we will close the damn border. Five one two eight three six zero five nine eight six. Oh, nine time. For the rush update, democrat congresswoman, Rosa delauro of Connecticut, and Barbara California are proposing a crampy new entitlements. Call the end diaper need act. The co-sponsors are Alexander, the SEO Cortez in Ilhan, Omar, and they're gonna help push it through blogs. Now, how exactly these democrat women propose to end diaper need cheesy. Same way the propose to solve everything else. What somebody else's money, namely yours? Now. According to a Representative Barbara Lee, childcare centers will not take new kids without an adequate supply of diapers. That means low income mothers cannot return to work supposedly because they can't afford to pay for the diapers. It's a real struggle says Representative Rosa delauro diapers are basic hygiene items, and they're really expensive like light condoms. She says. No family should be forced to choose between diapers and groceries or condoms. So Democrats want to start a demonstration program, they want you the taxpayer to come up with a hundred million dollars. So they can pass it to their blue city Powell's for diapers. Leftover money for condoms one hundred million dollars to deal with a massive load of baby poop, which pretty well sums up the democrat party agenda and logo..

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"delauro" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

C-SPAN Radio

05:52 min | 3 years ago

"delauro" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

"Other sister. And good prime Barbara Lee. Thank you so much to congresswoman delauro are godmother, and our friend and a great leader who has stayed. The course who is passionate and valiant and really displays a clarity of purpose in her life. And this is a day. Rosa's very very exciting. I am so happy today and lily, let me just like you. I was there the White House when President Obama signed the Lilly Ledbetter act, and that's what a proud day that was we're all of us and to Adriana into all of our groups here today, we wouldn't be here today if it weren't for you. So thank you so much. Let me just say a couple of things I as my colleague congresswoman brindell Larne Lawrence. Great woman from Detroit. Michigan just said mention. In terms of poverty. Make no mistake that it the gender pay gap is a poverty trap. It's a poverty trap. Pay discrimination unequal, pay in the workplace prevent women and families from climbing into the middle class, and we all know that the wage gap is most severe as has been set earlier for women of color who face discrimination because of their race. And yes, their gender. So both we face and these numbers have already been shared today. But they bury painting while white women earn just eighty cents just eighty cents for every dollar pay toe. White man black women make sixty three cents on the dollar native. American women make just fifty seven cents and Latina's make a shocking fifty four cents to every dollar made by a white man for far too, many families, especially families of color, the wage gap. Is the reason why they can't afford groceries or rent at the end of the month. And yes. In their senior years as low as mentioned this also security checks and their retirement savings and their retirement security is so much less and social security has been a pathway out of poverty for so many. And here we have women now in their senior years not being able to afford to pay their bills because of the lifelong pay discrimination and wage gap that they experience and have been victimized. Now, I started working when I was about fourteen and I was on work study, then and even then the boys got more. And it was and then I continued to work throughout my life. I've never stopped and. It was very very difficult. When I realized that I was making a lot less than. A man or boy, then was making and I was doing the same work, but yet because of the chilling effect of this and learning this I never said anything about it. And just took it will you and Adrian and all my colleagues here today, and Rosa you are saying no more women do not have to take this anymore. We're going to pass this Bill. It's inexcusable that this wage gap still exists. A recent study found that closing the wage gap would cut poverty rates among working women in half from eight percent to three point eight percent. Now, that's funny. So it's not just a question of fairness and equality that all of us are fighting for, but it's also one of economic and racial Justice. So as pastime the congress passed HR's cleven, right? Rosa HR seven the paycheck fairness act to ensure that women receive equal pay for equal work with that. I am now incredibly proud to introduce our sister from New York congresswoman Cossio cartoons. LC? Incredible energy and brilliance and vision to the house of congress. News conference earlier today on Capitol Hill, a programming note on C span radio the house and Senate homeland security conference committee, which will be discussing border security, including President Trump's desired border wall funding between the US and Mexico scheduled for one thirty pm eastern has not yet begun because there are votes happening on the house for when it does begin. We'll go live on C span radio until then more from the news conference earlier. Thank you, so much congresswoman Lee, and I'd like to thank all of the organizers and the women who who organized and worked so hard to make this moment happen. I often tell our folks back home that we can legislate as far as we organize and it really starts with that on the groundwork. I'd also like to thank all of that all of all of the women who in in congress who worked to bring this legislation not just to the floor. But to be one of the top ten priorities for the democratic caucus. That's been a powerful message to this country. That says women matter that people have all gender identities should be treated equally. And you know, it's it's it's really impactful to be here and also to CDs. Organizers of in the back of here up front to show that this is truly an intergenerational issue. I remember when I was a teenager. We read about feminist movements..

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