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"department environmental protection" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

04:18 min | 1 d ago

"department environmental protection" Discussed on WTOP

"48 in Southeast the check brought to you by patient first positions, X rays, lab tests and prescription drugs. 20 D C. Metro area medical centers. 9 40 on w T o P. The House plans to vote this Friday. President Biden's coronavirus relief bill that approaches almost $2 Trillion. House Democratic leader Steny Hoyer made the announcement on Twitter about the vote tonight. The package now known as the America Rescue Plan, just cleared the House Budget Committee yesterday. It's expected to pass the full house. But there's some doubt about approval in the Senate. President Biden says his administration will move forward with the pandemic fighting plan that was considered and dropped under his predecessor. The president's repeatedly urged Americans to keep wearing masks. Man says the White House will provide them. We're probably going to be sending out An awful lot of mask around the country very shortly millions of them, though the president did not give any other details like cost or type. Earlier, his spokeswoman said. The administration will boost vaccine doses going to states about 14.5 million this week. That's an increase. In fact, in vaccine allocations of nearly 70% Bring the Biden Harris administration Jen Psaki says doses sent straight to pharmacies will also go up by about 100,000 this week. Soccer Megane Washington Corona virus. Vaccine shortages continue, But Maryland governor Larry Hogan anticipates that may quickly change with the nation's third vaccine, finding its way into Maryland arms as soon as next week. Governor Larry Hogan says there were two million doses of Johnson and Johnson single dose vaccine manufactured in Baltimore that are ready for shipment. And he says federal officials have told him the vaccine could receive emergency use authorization Friday, and shipments could start next week. They didn't commit to next week, but they said it could happen as early as next week. As school buildings begin to reopen to students. Governor Hogan has signed an executive order clarifying that masks are required for all over the age of five and school settings. Where people come together, including classrooms. Always cafeterias, auditoriums, engine gymnasiums, Dick Uliano. W T o P. NEWS. It's 9 42 on w T. O P. Several people of Maryland State House complex in Annapolis testing positive for covert Senate President Bill Ferguson made the announcement today but did not specify if the positive tests were among lawmakers or other employees. Nine lawmakers were absent during the chambers quorum call today, although their absence is doing Not necessarily mean they were among those who tested positive agencies are tweaking their covert safety plans following new mandates from the Biden administration more from federal news networks. Nicola Briscoe, Agriculture and Justice Departments, Environmental Protection Agency and the Office of Personnel Management are among the agencies that have new plans. They all emphasize most employees should continue to tell the work. Building occupancy in most cases is limited at 25% capacity. Justice reminded employees that's a floor, not a ceiling, and OPM and USDA say they'll give employees 30 days advance notice before having them returned to the office. Nicolet Briscoe Federal News Network New Tonight. No charges filed against seven Rochester, New York police officers in connection with last year's death of a black man Daniel Prude. The decision by grand jury was announced by New York Attorney General Letitia James, a criminal justice. System has frustrated efforts to hold law enforcement officers accountable. The unjustified killing of unarmed African Americans and what binds these cases is a tragic loss of life in circumstances in which the death could have been avoided. Body camera video shows proved naked and incoherent on the street in March of last year, toxicology reports later found he was high on PCP. Officers put a spit hood on proves head hand cuffed him and pushed his face to the ground. He eventually stopped breathing, and he died a week later of medical examiner ruled the death a homicide. 9 44 exterior medics. We are proud to collaborate with our customers and share their vision for us. What was really important initially was finding a company that could help us with everything from roof shutters to color choices to light fixtures. We were looking for a team that would be part of that process,.

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"department environmental protection" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

03:02 min | 5 d ago

"department environmental protection" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"A temperature of between five above and 13 below zero. You can still store it longer up to six months in the very cold temperatures is ABC Sherry Preston back to school in the near future for all students in New Hampshire. As of March, 8th students in the Granite State will be seeing the inside of a classroom again. WBC TV's Lisa Aggression with details on Governor Christie New news executive order With the governor's signature, the few schools that are still operating fully remote will return to class. Governors to new new point into the data. Everyone has said that there's no reason that these schools cannot open, he says. Right now, nearly 60% of schools in New Hampshire are in a hybrid model of learning and 40% are already back five days a week. If you have any questions about how to do it, chances are the district right next to you eyes already doing it, so pick up the phone and talk to those folks. The governor says. Vaccines for teachers aren't far away, hoping their first doses will be administered only a few weeks after students return, aiming for early April. Reminding educators who may suffer from compromising health conditions or are over the age of 65. They can book their appointment today, asking everyone to realize this goes beyond curriculum. Maine is one of the states impacted by a recall of potential and 95 mask knockoffs. Officials in Maine announced last week the state received more than two million potentially counterfeit respirators. Marked his three M products after it was determined shipments of the face coverings matched lot numbers in a federal warning state is now working with federal investigators, including some of the CDC to try to figure out how the suspected fake masks ended up with government agencies. In states like Maine and Minnesota and Washington. Barnstable officials are calling a lawsuit filed by the Conservation Law Foundation against the town. Baseless suit alleges that the town has violated the Clean Water Act by allowing its waste water treatment plant in hiatus. Pollute nearby coastal waters with nitrogen causing algae outbreaks. Barnstable DPW director Daniel Santos explains why the suits without merit. What the CLS is trying to do is require the town to obtain a call The next he's permit from the federal government from the EPA, which is not available to the sound of our civil debate is not issue. These permits the permitting authority for wastewater treatment plants in Massachusetts department. Environmental protection. We have a permit for this is akin to being charged for a crime. Which there's no law that town thinks it's baseless. The talent has the night discharged levels comes to the treatment plant. How well below abouts allowed by the state's Department of Empire Environmental Protection. Electric Grid operators in Texas say the system is back to normal operations. Nearly a week after four million customers lost power in the Lone Star State. However, there still are some power outages and his temperature's rise and power outages go down. The water problems remain. State regulators have counted 1100 public water systems in Texas that have had service disrupted by a week of bitter cold water distribution sites have been opened in San Antonio Galveston and in Houston, where Percy McGee has been up since five o'clock. I mean, I have no choice. All the stores in my area out of water around a third of Texas 30 million residents have been told to boil their tap water before they drink.

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"department environmental protection" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

02:23 min | 4 months ago

"department environmental protection" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

"Intersections blocked car's filling out a lot of them doing doughnuts. LAPD reported some street racing as well. At one point, bystanders took over a parking structure that was at a thin all of and traffic. There was gridlock for several blocks in all directions. Woman wanted for a deadly hit and run in Whittier has been extradited back to the U. S in a never that took cops halfway around the world. Investigators probing January 2017 death of Augustine Rodriguez Jr you satellite data from the Lexus Corporation to track the car involved in the collision to Meridian, Idaho. What do your police Lieutenant Paul liaise are said witnesses there said the owner, Andrea Dorothy Chan. Reyes had left the U. S. Was tracked First Hong Kong into Australia, where a one year legal battle to extradite ER ended this week. Transported by U. S marshals back to United States where we took custody of her with the help of the FBI and transported to one of disbarment. Reyes has now been booked on felony counts of hit moron driving, resulting in death and vehicular manslaughter. No arraignment date has been set. Pete Demetriou Okay and extend 70 News Radio The A woman accused of hiring five women to perform sex acts on the Senate, Gabriel Valley expected to plead not guilty today to a number of charges. The parlor owner allegedly sex trafficked immigrants who were put to work and massage parlors and Al Monica in Southall Madi. She also allegedly threatened the victim is telling them that she'd report their prostitution to believe, threaten to expose their immigration status and implicitly threatened to have the murdered. There's a lawsuit challenging the president's executive order that ban certain diversity training in government. An executive order signed by President Trump last month that bar certain diversity training at federal agencies is being challenged. The order also applies to federal contractors and grant recipients. The C P Legal Defense Fund, the National Urban League and the National Fair Housing Alliance, filed a lawsuit in federal court in Washington D. C. National Urban League and the National Fair Housing Alliance. Both have federal contracts within the government. The Justice Department has suspended all diversity and inclusion. Training training programs have also been cancelled at the State Department, Environmental Protection Agency and the Department of Veteran Affairs. Might cross you Washington 6 50 looking but again heroes Frank Low Tech Good morning. Well, some good news here for folks looking to get their of prescription drugs delivered at home, Sam's Club announcing today it's teamed up with door dash now to offer same day pharmacy.

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"department environmental protection" Discussed on AP News

AP News

02:37 min | 4 months ago

"department environmental protection" Discussed on AP News

"In my neighbor's yard that came down before Did you hear it? I heard it on my little boy screamed his bedroom. Walmart is removing ammunition of firearms from displays at its stores. It's working about civil unrest in some places, it says. You can still buy the guns and ammo. Though. Kroger, the nation's largest grocery chain, says it's research shows that almost half of shoppers plan to celebrate Thanksgiving on Lee with those in their immediate household. As the pandemic continues. This is AP News A lawsuit challenges President Trump's executive order that prohibits certain diversity training in the government. The AP is Mike Ross CIA Has this. An executive order signed by President Trump last month that bars certain diversity training at federal agencies is being challenged. The order also applies to federal contractors and grant recipients, the C P Legal defense fund. National Urban League and the National Fair Housing Alliance filed a lawsuit in federal court in Washington, D. C. The National Urban League and the National Fair Housing Alliance. Both have federal contracts within the government. The Justice Department has suspended all diversity and inclusion. Training training programs have also been cancelled at the State Department, Environmental Protection Agency and the Department of Veteran Affairs. Mike Rossi, a Washington The number of Americans who went on unemployment last week fell to 751,000. That's the lowest Ember since March, but still hi. I'm Rita Foley. AP News It'll be Joe Biden's busiest day on the trail. Yet yes stops in Wisconsin and Iowa, both of which voted for President Trump in 2016 and Minnesota, which Hillary Clinton won and has long been a solidly blue state. But it's where the president's making a push, and he will appear there as well. Today. Despite the Midwestern focus, Biden figures the race could be decided in the South. Florida goes blue. It's over. It's over. He was in Florida yesterday, as was the president who also as stops today in Michigan and Wisconsin. Soccer Megane Washington, Biden will be in three states. He's looking to flip Iowa and Wisconsin, which President Trump won four years ago, and he will finish the day in Minnesota, which backed Hillary Clinton in 2016. The president's making a play there this year is well and will be there today, plus hold rallies in Wisconsin and Michigan. Thank you for listening to the AP Radio Network. Hey,.

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"department environmental protection" Discussed on AP News

AP News

06:28 min | 4 months ago

"department environmental protection" Discussed on AP News

"S embassy worker believed to have drugged and sexually assaulted as many as two dozen women has been arrested and is in custody in San Diego, Brian Geoffrey Raymond is charged in one case involving an alleged assault on May 31st at the U. S. Embassy least department in Mexico City. Prosecutors anticipate more charges involving 23 other women. The FBI opened an investigation after Mexican police responded to a call on May 31st and found a woman naked and screaming from the balcony of Raymond's apartment. Raymond, who worked for the government for 23 years in numerous countries, resigned in June I Mike Rossia Ah former U. S embassy worker believed to have drugged and sexually assaulted as many as two dozen women. Has been arrested and is in custody in San Diego, Brian Geoffrey Raymond is charged in one case involving an alleged assault on May 31st at the U. S. Embassy least department in Mexico City. Prosecutors anticipate more charges involving 23 other women. The FBI opened an investigation after Mexican police responded to a call on May 31st and found a woman naked and screaming from the balcony of Raymond's apartment. Raymond, who worked for the government for 23 years in numerous countries, resigned in June. I might cross, the county judge in El Paso County ordered a nighttime curfew this week, hoping to reduce a spike in coded 19 cases. But that hasn't worked. So now Judge Ricardo Salmon Diego has ordered businesses to close things like hair and nail salons, gyms and restaurants. He says. Hospitals are at capacity and medical professionals are overwhelmed. But the judge is facing a legal challenge from the state attorney general who's tweeting judge some Diego doesn't have the authority to shut down businesses in the county. And he's violating a government order to keep businesses open. El Paso had more than 1100 New Kobe cases Thursday and two more deaths. I'm Jackie Quinn, the Corona virus situation's gotten so bad in El Paso County, Texas, that officials have ordered a two week shutdown of non essential activities. The county judge in El Paso County ordered a nighttime curfew this week, hoping to reduce a spike in coded 19 cases. But that hasn't worked. So now Judge Ricardo Salmon Diego has ordered businesses to close things like hair and nail salons, gyms and restaurants. He says. Hospitals are at capacity and medical professionals are overwhelmed. But the judge is facing a legal challenge from the state attorney general who's tweeting judge someone. Diego does. I have the authority to shut down businesses in the county, and he's violating a government order to keep businesses open. El Paso had more than 1100 new covert cases Thursday and two more deaths. I'm Jackie Quinn, three civil rights groups have filed a federal lawsuit challenging President Donald Trump's executive order that prohibits federal agencies, contractors and grant recipients from offering certain diversity training. The complaint was filed in federal court in Washington, D C by the C P Legal Defense Fund. The National Urban League and the National Fair Housing Alliance lawsuit argues Trump's order violates free speech rights and hinders efforts to address systemic race and sex discrimination. Trump signed the executive order last month in a statement. The Labor Department says it is confident it will prevail in the lawsuit. Mike Rossia Washington an executive order signed by President Trump last month. That bar certain diversity training at federal agencies is being challenged. The order also applies to federal contractors and grant recipients. The C P Legal Defense Fund, the National Urban League and the National Fair Housing Alliance, filed a lawsuit in federal court in Washington, D. C. The National Urban League and the National Fair Housing Alliance. Both have federal contracts within the government. The Justice Department has suspended all diversity and inclusion training. Training programs have also been cancelled at the State Department, Environmental Protection Agency and the Department of Veteran Affairs. Mike Rossi, a Washington I might cross CIA reporting a lawsuit challenges President Trump's executive order that prohibits certain diversity training in the government. An executive order signed by President Trump last month that bar certain diversity training at federal agencies is being challenged. The order also applies to federal contractors and grant recipients. The C P Legal Defense Fund, the National Urban League and the National Fair Housing Alliance, filed a lawsuit in federal court in Washington, D. C. The National Urban League and the National Fair Housing Alliance. Both have federal contracts within the government. The Justice Department has suspended all diversity and inclusion training. Training programs have also been cancelled at the State Department, Environmental Protection Agency and the Department of Veteran Affairs. Mike Rossi, a Washington I might cross CIA reporting the president's executive order on diversity training faces a lawsuit. Three civil rights groups have filed a federal lawsuit challenging President Donald Trump's executive order that prohibits federal agencies, contractors and grant recipients from offering certain diversity training. The complaint was filed in federal court in Washington, D C by the C P Legal Defense Fund, the National Urban League and the National Fair Housing Alliance lawsuit argues Trump's order violates free speech rights and hinders efforts to address systemic race and sex discrimination. Trump signed the executive order last month. In a statement, the Labor Department says it is confident it will prevail in the lawsuit. Mike Rossia, Washington President Trump's Cabinet members air hitting key election states, leading to questions about violations of a long standing law about federal workers and politics. Education Secretary Betsy DeVos is planning a moms for trumps rally in her home state of Michigan, a key swing states. Acting homeland Security Secretary Chad Wolf traveled to the really Grand Valley in Texas to tout the border wall. 2016 Trump campaign promise important that we don't lose sight of the challenges we overcame to keep this. Important promise. The Office of Special Counsel ordered Agriculture Secretary Sonny Perdue to reimburse the government for a North Carolina trip and what she let a chant of four more years. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo and others are also under scrutiny. The 1939 Hatch Act prohibits political activity by all federal workers except the president and vice president. Jim McGuire. Washington THISS Is AP News I'm Rita for four days until.

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"department environmental protection" Discussed on AP News

AP News

06:31 min | 4 months ago

"department environmental protection" Discussed on AP News

"I'm Mike Rossia reporting an ex embassy worker is suspected of sexually assaulting 24 women. Ah, former U. S embassy worker believed to have drugged and sexually assaulted as many as two dozen women has been arrested and is in custody in San Diego, Brian Geoffrey Raymond is charged in one case involving an alleged assault on May 31st at the U. S. Embassy least department in Mexico City. Prosecutors anticipate more charges involving 23 other women. The FBI opened an investigation after Mexican police responded to a call on May 31st and found a woman naked and screaming from the balcony of Raymond's apartment. Raymond, who worked for the government for 23 years in numerous countries, resigned in June I Mike Rossia Ah former U. S embassy worker believed to have drugged and sexually assaulted as many as two dozen women. Has been arrested and is in custody in San Diego, Brian Geoffrey Raymond is charged in one case involving an alleged assault on May 31st at the U. S. Embassy least department in Mexico City. Prosecutors anticipate more charges involving 23 other women. The FBI opened an investigation after Mexican police responded to a call on May 31st and found a woman naked and screaming from the balcony of Raymond's apartment. Raymond, who worked for the government for 23 years in numerous countries, resigned in June. I might cross CIA. The county judge in El Paso County ordered a nighttime curfew this week, hoping to reduce a spike in coded 19 cases. But that hasn't worked. So now Judge Ricardo Salmon Diego has ordered businesses to close things like hair and nail salons, gyms and restaurants. He says. Hospitals are at capacity and medical professionals are overwhelmed. But the judge is facing a legal challenge from the state attorney general who's tweeting judge some Diego doesn't have the authority to shut down businesses in the county. And he's violating a government order to keep businesses open. El Paso had more than 1100 New Kobe cases Thursday and two more deaths. I'm Jackie Quinn, the Corona virus situation's gotten so bad in El Paso County, Texas, that officials have ordered a two week shutdown of non essential activities. The county judge in El Paso County ordered a nighttime curfew this week, hoping to reduce a spike in coded 19 cases. But that hasn't worked. So now Judge Ricardo Salmon Diego has ordered businesses to close things like hair and nail salons, gyms and restaurants. He says. Hospitals are at capacity and medical professionals are overwhelmed. But the judge is facing a legal challenge from the state attorney general who's tweeting judge Summer Diego does I have the authority to shut down businesses in the county, and he's violating a government order to keep businesses open. El Paso had more than 1100 new covert cases Thursday and two more deaths. I'm Jackie Quinn, three civil rights groups have filed a federal lawsuit challenging President Donald Trump's executive order that prohibits federal agencies, contractors and grant recipients from offering certain diversity training. The complaint was filed in federal court in Washington, D C by the CP Legal Defense Fund. The National Urban League and the National Fair Housing Alliance lawsuit argues Trump's order violates free speech rights and hinders efforts to address systemic race and sex discrimination. Trump signed the executive order last month in a statement. The Labor Department says it is confident it will prevail in the lawsuit. Mike Rossia Washington an executive order signed by President Trump last month. That bar's certain diversity training at federal agencies is being challenged. The order also applies to federal contractors and grant recipients. The C P Legal Defense Fund, the National Urban League and the National Fair Housing Alliance, filed a lawsuit in federal court in Washington, D. C. The National Urban League and the National Fair Housing Alliance. Both have federal contracts within the government. The Justice Department has suspended all diversity and inclusion training. Training programs have also been cancelled at the State Department, Environmental Protection Agency and the Department of Veteran Affairs. Mike Rossi, a Washington I might cross CIA reporting a lawsuit challenges President Trump's executive order that prohibits certain diversity training in the government. An executive order signed by President Trump last month that bars certain diversity training at federal agencies is being challenged. The order also applies to federal contractors and grant recipients. The C P Legal Defense Fund, the National Urban League and the National Fair Housing Alliance, filed a lawsuit in federal court in Washington, D. C. The National Urban League and the National Fair Housing Alliance. Both have federal contracts within the government. The Justice Department has suspended all diversity and inclusion training. Training programs have also been cancelled at the State Department, Environmental Protection Agency and the Department of Veteran Affairs. Mike Rossi, a Washington I might cross CIA reporting the president's executive order on diversity training faces a lawsuit. Three civil rights groups have filed a federal lawsuit challenging President Donald Trump's executive order that prohibits federal agencies, contractors and grant recipients from offering certain diversity training. The complaint was filed in federal court in Washington, D C by the C P Legal Defense Fund, the National Urban League and the National Fair Housing Alliance lawsuit argues Trump's order violates free speech rights and hinders efforts to address systemic race and sex discrimination. Trump signed the executive order last month. In a statement, the Labor Department says it is confident it will prevail in the lawsuit. Mike Rossia, Washington President Trump's Cabinet members air hitting key election states, leading to questions about violations of a long standing law about federal workers and politics. Education Secretary Betsy DeVos is planning a moms for trumps rally in her home state of Michigan, a key swing states. Acting homeland Security Secretary Chad Wolf traveled to the really Grand Valley in Texas to tout the border wall. 2016 Trump campaign promise important that we don't lose sight of the challenges we overcame to keep this. Important promise. The Office of Special Counsel ordered Agriculture Secretary Sonny Perdue to reimburse the government for a North Carolina trip and what she let a chant of four more years. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo and others are also under scrutiny. The 1939 Hatch Act prohibits political activity by all federal workers except the president and vice president. Jim McGuire. Washington THISS.

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Trump's diversity training order faces lawsuit in Washington, DC

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00:36 sec | 4 months ago

Trump's diversity training order faces lawsuit in Washington, DC

"School, An executive order signed by President Trump last month that bar certain diversity training at federal agencies is being challenged. The order also applies to federal contractors and grant recipients. The C P Legal Defense Fund, the National Urban League and the National Fair Housing Alliance, filed a lawsuit in federal court in Washington D. C. National Urban League and the National Fair Housing Alliance. Both have federal contracts within the government. The Justice Department has suspended all diversity and inclusion. Training training programs have also been cancelled at the State Department, Environmental Protection Agency and the Department of Veteran Affairs. Mike Rossi, a

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"department environmental protection" Discussed on 850 WFTL

850 WFTL

02:09 min | 1 year ago

"department environmental protection" Discussed on 850 WFTL

"With your news talk eight fifty w hill news break. Good morning Friday. Mating. Under house arrest. GPS monitor Skander, these so that is former Broward County sheriff deputy Scott Peterson before the judge yesterday who lowered is bombed and he was released from jail on standard pretrial release not under house arrest. He was released yesterday after his bond reduced and he has forty eight hours to surrender his passport, which was up at his home in North Carolina. The fifty six year old is charged with child neglect negligence of perjury in connection with last year's parkland school shooting. It's bad. Scientists say the blue green algae appears to be blooming on the eastern side of lake Okeechobee, the state water. Management crew discovered the bloom on Wednesday. The point my ock port ACA lock and dam in western Martin county, experts say the new bloom is something to be concerned about, but it's too soon to freak out a sample was sent to the Florida Department environmental protection to test for toxins. The US has more immigrants than any. Other country in the world. Pugh statistics says forty million people currently living in the US were born in another country. Therefore, also said since nineteen sixty five the number of immigrants living in the US has more than quadrupled. President Trump is calling his overseas trip and incredible success but is returning home to face a number of crises. The president will be immediately confronted with a new trade war with Mexico and it's still defying efforts by congress to investigate the Muller report. President Trump is planning to declare a new national emergency in order to implement sweeping tariffs on Mexico over the flow of Central American migrants to the US and yesterday Democrats released the text of content resolution targeting attorney general William Barr, an ex White House counsel, Don Mcgann ahead of a full house vote next week impeachment pressure is rising from congress, culminating this week. And house speaker Nancy Pelosi saying of the president. I don't wanna see him impeached. I want to see him in prison. Mike Bauer NBC News Radio. Trump blasting house speaker Nancy Pelosi who wants to see him in prison. And former special counsel Robert Muller on the seventy fifth anniversary of d day in Normandy from predicted. The Democrats are in big trouble, he made.

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"department environmental protection" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

C-SPAN Radio

15:04 min | 2 years ago

"department environmental protection" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

"And more coming up, and we start at the White House where President Donald Trump held a round table discussion on border security and the wall and the partial government shutdown the invited state and local leaders included a lot of law enforcement southern border is something that should be easy. So what we're not looking to do right now is national emergency. What we want to do the absolute right to do it in many ways, it's easy way out, but this is up to congress, and it should be up to congress, and they should do it. And if they can't do it if they yell that we can't do it. His no way we could vote the security. There's no way we could vote for safety all dancy, and Chuck have to do is tell me, and you know, what we'll start thinking about another alternative. But this is one of the easy votes. They'll ever have. It's very simple. And then we go on to major reform on immigration, and I look forward to that. Because after fifty years of talking about it. They should have done it. And frankly, previous presidents should have done the wall. It should have been done. Not just section small sections the problem with doing a section of wall around it. So the world works for the area that is, but when you have big openings they just come around, and we can't allow that to happen. So we have great plans I met yesterday with the army corps of engineers building the wall right now as we speak. Somebody said, oh, but we had a billion six, and they haven't spent that the reason we haven't spent it because the contractors building it, and unlike governments this government in particular I like paying after it's built instead of before it. Learned that long time ago and building buildings. You let your contract to do the work. And then you see if they get a good job. And if they didn't do a good job don't pay him. And if they do a good job pay fast, President Donald Trump at the White House. The White House has directed. The army corps of engineers to see if disaster relief money could be diverted to build that wall between the US and Mexico if the president declares a national emergency. We spoke with Sarah wire congressional reporter with the L A times story at L A times dot com has this headline California water projects could be shelved as Trump seeks money for the border wall. Tell us about this. And what the what the president's trying to do here. Over reportedly trying to do some projects that were funded by congress last year and the ad Sastra appropriations Bill, the monies are even appropriated. But it hasn't been spent yet. And it's been allocated mostly for fun playing relief. And the White House is looking right now for places within the government where they can find unspent money like this that can be used to fund the president's wall at the border. This would allow him to declare. National emergency and potentially and this government shutdown in a normal year in an shutdown year. I guess you'd say how would these unused funds what would happen to these unused funds may what be contracted out at some point? Or they would be remitted back the government to appropriated again. Well, there's some pushback from Puerto Rican governor Ricardo Rossello who were seller who tweeted this no justification should be considered to reclassify the money that US citizens will use to rebuild their communities. If anything the conversation should be how we get more resources to rebuild those impacted areas faster. What have you been hearing from the California delegation in particular about the reported plan from the president very much against this? Some of the projects being potentially targeted and California are really necessary. I mean, you've got a lot of the flood plain in California comes down from the Sierra Nevada's and flows down towards. Central or southern California. And that's where the majority of California's get their water from, but there's also a constant risk of major could catastrophic floods. Sacramento area is the second most likely city in the country to be flooded. There's also been some tampering down of the reports of those of that plant, Mark meadows. The chairman of the former chairman of the house freedom caucus Democrats continue to refuse to negotiate in good, faith or appropriate any money for border barriers if they won't compromise president should use asset forfeiture money or other discretionary fees to start construction if not he should not declare a national emergency should declare a national emergency. It's time is that the general sentiment among the Republican side from what you're hearing. The idea of asset forfeiture, or maybe some other places to get the money. That's that seems to be fairly popular. And this would be a way for her both sides to essentially get a win and the government shutdown. I think the idea of using disaster funding, whether it be to actually make repairs after a disaster or prevent future disasters doesn't seem to be too popular. I'm getting bipartisan push back to the idea. Sarah wire congressional reporter with the Los Angeles Times democratic congressman Bennie Thompson chair of the homeland security committee was to ask today about finding border wall money and other areas of the budget. He was on a teleconference with reporters initially. They wanted to look at. Now, we understand you're looking at cool. Julia. Ego. Either. Caisson stay warm. We would oppose we understand and believe that this manufactured crises should not be. National emergency declaration. So we're going to have to stay installed on it. I just can't willy nilly exercises in that respect. So those communities that are on the natural disasters. They need resources military construction question those programs program three four five years out cap. Yeah. Those money. That whole acquisition and construction sites. Congressman Bennie Thompson democrat of Mississippi on a teleconference federal workers and agencies under the partial shutdown receive pay stubs today with zeros on them. And on Capitol Hill, the US house passed a Bill to give those workers backpay guaranteed once the shutdown. Ends speaker Nancy Pelosi California Democrat spoke on the floor. I support the Bill. I'm glad that it has strong bipartisan support at as it does as it did in the Senate, and that the president has given the impression that he will sign the Bill it ensures that eight hundred thousand federal employees who are going without pay because of the senseless shutdown ultimately get the back pay they deserve. But it's scarce consolation for these workers who are desperate to make ends meet right now, they're paychecks are going to be late, but they must pay their bills on time. And in full the impact of. This this paycheck is catastrophic in the lives of these Americans when they can't pay their mortgage their rent utilities, build a car payments children's tuition on time. The list goes on it affects their credit rating, and it affects the credit rating of the United States of America. I'm particularly concerned about the impact that it has on our veterans likes percentage of the federal workforce are veterans. They have taken their commitment to public service in the military to public service on civilian side. We don't do anything for for our friends. Our veterans and military families if we affect their credit rating so today the press reported that workers are desperately taking they're taking to the internet to sell some of their household items and other things sometimes have very reduced price for just a couple of dollars just to pay their bills. This is just not right house speaker Nancy Pelosi. Also, speaking in favor of the Bill today the floor debate Republican Greg Gianforte of Montana. Mr Speaker, I rise today in support of s twenty four the government employees fair treatment act of two thousand nineteen this Bill is a promise to our dedicated civil servants both those forced to the sidelines and those still hard at work without pay when the House Democrats, stop using federal employees livelihoods as a political football to fund the government, including border security paychecks will be issued Mr Speaker to my colleagues on the other side of the aisle. We get it. You don't like the president. You made your point. It's now time to stop messing around we need to fund the government. So we can make good on the promise in this Bill, and let's be clear. This Bill does not stop the immediate pain of missed paychecks under s twenty four federal employees still do not get paid until the funding bills are passed. And the government is reopened federal employees will still struggle to find ways to put food on the table and make ends meet until the house. Democrats agree to negotiate in good faith, Republican Greg Gianforte on the house floor the house passed this Bill. The vote was four hundred and eleven to seven seven knows where all Republicans the Senate passed the Bill by voice vote on Thursday. So now it heads to President Trump and the president talked about the Bill he was asked a question at the White House. What's your message to the federal employees? The messages that I appreciate their service to the country. They are incredible people the federal employees that we're talking about many of them agree with what I'm saying. And what the people in this room experts are saying they don't want to see people killed because we can't do a simple border structure. And I appreciate their incredible support. We have yesterday. It was I was watching this morning reading this morning that so many people are saying the president is doing what's right? And even though it's affecting us short-term temporarily as you know, Bill was just past which I will sign in congress making sure that everybody is going to be paid upon when this is over. But I just really appreciate the fact that they they have handled it so incredibly well and many of them agree with what we're doing. President Donald Trump at the White House. This is Washington today back to the house of representatives which passed a spending Bill today for the interior department. Environmental Protection Agency and forest service is the last of four spending bills the democratic majority brought up this week reopening closed parts of the federal government. Here are the leaders of the house appropriations committee on this Bill chair Nita Lowey and ranking Republican cake ranger the Trump shutdown is now in its twenty first day. It is outrageous that more than eight hundred thousand federal employees are going without pay many of them while they are still working and the American people are being denied vital services. All because the President Trump's demands for a wasteful border wall. The Bill deforest today would reopen the Environmental Protection Agency. Department of the interior and other critical agencies such as the Indian health service and the chemical safety and has hit investigation board. The Trump shutdown has suspended cleanups. Have hazardous materials delayed lifesaving rulemaking to keep toxic chemicals. Like methylene chloride out of American homes. The Trump's shutdown threatens the enduring national, natural, beauty and conservation. Efforts of our national parts as trash piles up and the safety of visitors is in question public health and safety should not be political bargaining trips. House Democrats have passed bills to open the government, but the president and the Senate Republicans continue to obstruct and delay instead of working with us to get the people's business done the solution to this crisis is simple pass the bills where we can agree. Extend funding for homeland security for a month to allow. Oh, time for negotiation on border, security and immigration policy. I hope that my colleagues across the capital come to this senses and stop this ridiculous Trump shutdown. Thank you. The gentlewoman reserves. The gentleman is recognized speaker. I yield as much time as she may consume to the gentlewoman from Texas. The ranking member of the appropriations committee the gentlewoman from Texas is recognized. Thank thank you. Madam speaker ironic today and opposition to HR to sixty six unfortunately, moving this villa cross. The house store will not resolve the partial government shutdown as the president said he will not sign this Bill into law. It's a job and responsibility of congress to appropriate funds. Leila's come together to find a solution that will reopen the government and fun border security. We need a compromise. It represents the will of both chambers. And the American people considering the Senate pass versions the appropriations feel we're eliminating house members involvement in the process. This Bill isn't particular ignores ninety three percent of all house member requests that were included in our Bill, including the fifty amendments that were adopted on the floor. This appropriations feel for the interior department fails to include the twelve million dollars at house members provided to US Geological Survey programs. The earthquake early warning system that saves lives. It also reduces the amount of funds available to clear dead and dying trees from Faris to help prevent the kind of devastating wildfires. We saw this year twenty one million dollars the parking lot about the National Park Service during this shutdown..

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"Bankrupt. The country is the wrong direction big difference on healthcare between us, but we're not going to ever allow people with preexisting conditions. You don't need ObamaCare to protect people with preexisting. First of all, you know, what his friends and the Republicans put on that. After my Bill that I was trying to make sure that we intervene to stop him from throwing eight hundred thousand west Virginians off make no mistake about it. They would be out. They would be out in the street, and it'd be life and death matter their remedy for. This was says, oh, yeah. We're gonna protect you from preexisting conditions only, except we won't protect the disease. You've had. So if you had cancer, we'll take care of the rest of your body. But if cancer comes back, we're not taking care of it. That's how cynical this is what they wanna do just drop your lawsuit. If you drop your lawsuit. We're good. All right. Let's go. Please. Pecan, please. The next question is along the same lines. There's but then you're gonna go hip, I is his question, but you ever thought I'll give you a little time. You're syndrome mansion you said or parts of Affordable Care Act. You can parts you don't like you were not in the Senate when the Bill was passed thousand nine you've had eight years to think about it. If you had a vote, would you have voted for or against ObamaCare? Let me put it this way. No. It's not a yes. Or no. No. Voted for voted. No. Hold on. Let me explain. Okay. Basically demanded I told them when when the next Baucus called me I was head. The governor's association says match you tell me you got to force him by one type of a product. If you don't bite you're gonna find that won't work in West Virginia, give us product mix. But you can't you've got to take care of people with preexisting condition. He could care less about that. He wants to throw him off he votes over and over again to repeal and throw him off. We basically when John McCain walked out and did this true patriot. He basically couldn't say it was a Bill is a perfect Bill. He said the process is not working, we can fix it. Mitch McConnell had on his desk. A Bill Malcolm modeled after Alaska reinsurance program that we use policy reduced basically people's premiums twenty to forty percent overnight. It's been there since July when we worked on it, Democrats and Republicans Lamar Alexander leading Republicans and Democrats but Patty Murray twenty four of assigned to build it sets on Mitch McConnell's deaths because you know, what happens the person he's pledged his allegiance to basically, I wanna fix anything because you can't blame. Anybody eighty percent of. West Virginia's benefit for the first time seniors are getting getting care for the first time you've got people with opiate addiction getting services for the first time in treatment and also people with mental illness. This has never happened in West Virginia. And we try to teach anyone how to be prevented and using their healthcare. We can educate them and teach him. He doesn't wanna do that every time and Tom heat professors repeal repeal repeal, and then basically a lawsuit. Gladly files a lawsuit. Eight hundred thousand people. We got get a rebuttal. Okay. Hoppy is you know, everything he said is false. And the reason why is because he's in this whole mindset, Hillary Clinton and Senator mandate. Did he went to Washington he became just a dishonest Washington liberal he thinks like Hillary did he could just make up things as you go along. The fact is on healthcare like every issue Senator mansions on all sides of every issue. He's either four ObamaCare that against ObamaCare. He's four Planned Parenthood is against he's four the second amendment is against the second. He said he was open to Donald Trump. But when the key judgment came in two thousand sixteen he said to Donald Trump, I'm a conservative fighter for President Trump. He made his bed with Hillary Clinton, and that's bad for West Virginia. Not on the ballot mansion in patent where she pan. I'm right here. Senator Manchin knows that when you think of Hillary Clinton that was the decision every issue, Hoppy? We wouldn't have Trump tax cuts. We would have opened by we're going to get to that. Attorney general MARCY, your home counties. Jefferson County, there's a huge fight going on there. Now over the Rockwall plant that was under construction that will make five or based insulation. Supporters say the one hundred fifty million dollar investment is a boon to the economy. Opponents say the plant will hurt the environment, and is not the type development people want their you told me, I'll talk line. You would have an announcement prior to the election on your position. Well, it's almost election day. So please tell us now whether you as someone who has a home in Jefferson County support or oppose the Rockwall plant so happy I was very clear on your show. And I said we're gonna keep looking to get to the bottom. We're still doing that. You know, why because we still need to have meetings with the State Department environmental protection. I'll tell you what I'm not going to do. I'm not gonna actually use this issue to right folks sides of the fence like Senator Manchin does that's what a dishonest Washington liberal. Does. You know what they do? They actually take a position like Senator Manchin did which means he went to the groundbreaking and now he's backing away and probably will be on the other side of the issue right now. Now when I give you an answer I'm going to be straightforward. And I'm still getting to the bottom of it. Because we need to consult with the DP. I won't tell everyone this much when you look at the Rockwell issue, you have to make sure that they're dotting all the is crossing all the TS Jefferson county's farming community you corrupt there. We know. It's a special place. We can't allow things to come in which will ruin the character of the community. But we also have to do it. Right. Me, but I'm face and you'll get a chance to respond, but I just want to try. So you were not able to say tonight, whether you support or oppose the plant will you will you say because this is a huge issue in your home county, will you say for or against before actual election day, happy, I'm working to get to the bottom of because unlike Senator Manchin who flip flops on every issue when I say something I mean, it that's what people know why President Trump's coming in telling me tomorrow for the rally he knows I'm a conservative fighter when I say something like I'm pro-life pro second amendment protocol. I mean. First of all civil discourse. In west Virginia's west Virginians. We don't attack people and call them liars dishonest. I don't think Patrick's line. I don't think he's dishonest. I think he's confusing doesn't understand West Virginia. Because he hasn't been here that long I understand that. It's hard for him to understand our ways we can be civil without calling people names on the Rockwell situation. I went to the opening I go to any opening I'm invited to there's going to be new jobs and opportunity. There was not one word of descent after all that happened went to the groundbreaking. Then we start hearing in our office about the people had it was concerning. So what I did immediately. Tried to get everybody together, Hoppy not trying to get everybody together. And I said bring all sides together. Let's get to the hold on. Let me get to. It hardware. Got thirty six. What we do what we support. Let me tell you what I'm doing. I've sent letters EPA. You've got to get the EPA there. You've got to get too deep here. All people supporting if it's going to be harmful to the children. If this is going to be. You can't you can't support or oppose. Don't know basically why they gave him the permits. Did they cross all the t's dot all the dice? You can. One of us prepared to say. Difference between us Senator. Manchin goes to the groundbreaking explore four. I'm not aware that I was invited. But senator. If I can finish go ahead real quick. So when Senator Manchin goes, he gets invited he shows up you support something, and they turns around does the other thing. That's exactly what going on. Let's move on. To move on Senator Manchin you and Republican Senator Susan Collins with the last two senators to announce your votes, whether to confirm supreme court Justice bread capital, Senator Collins announced on the Senate foreign exactly three fifty PM that she would vote to confirm becoming the fiftieth vote and your vote was announced on Twitter at three fifty four PM four minutes later after confirmation was already insured because vice president Pence broken a tie. Why center did you wait until the very last minute to announce your support? And why shouldn't the people of West Virginia believed that you did that out of political expediency? I'm the only democrat that voted for judge cavenaugh people were announcing Nita labor people such as general Patrick Morrison. Here was announcing immediately within ten minutes the job that we do a Senator is basic advise and consent. We went through every one of his cases three hundred cases, he had experience. He had basically a repertoire as far as his whole resume was great as far as his education, his standing in the community, everything look. Good. He came in for two hour confrontation with me, we went through all of these cases. And then after that, we wait for the judiciary hearing how in the world can you announce the first ten minutes or the first day that a person is nominated without doing your job? And then what we did is that announcement came out the accusations came out, I was the first to ask for an FBI investigation. I went through every word of the FBI investigation. We didn't finish until ten thirty that morning in the secured skiff and went up, and basically voted the vote is the vote. Nothing's going to change. Why were you the very last wasn't the last vote, Hoppy my goodness. I think I was forty nine hundred fifty and fifty one something in there. It wasn't the last vote. Okay. Basically in order of your studying in your seat, your whole, this is another example of how Senator Manchin says one thing West Virginia dozen other in Washington. The fact is that he took a powder in the bathroom and left, and then he allowed main to decide west Virginia's vote, but there's a bigger issue at stake. You're happy I support President Trump. I support Gorsuch. I support have it all and the judicial pixies made if Senator mansion had his way center mansion would have had Hillary Clinton as president. We would have no Pavan. We would have no course, Senator mansion supported Barack Obama's judicial picks ninety five percent of the time. That's being dishonest. President Trump's nominee more than anybody. As far as important talk. You supported Hillary Clinton in two thousand sixteen I'm gonna get you a question coming up. Attorney general Moore despite promises to the contrary the Republican tax plan you support it has sent the deficit skyrocketing seven hundred seventy nine big dollars for the past fiscal year with the return of one trillion dollars in deficits on the horizon. The national debts about twenty two trillion dollars. Now, President Trump is proposing another round of tax cuts which would balloon that number even more. How is any of this fiscally responsible? Well, first of all I want to say I strongly support the Trump tax cuts because they're good for West Virginia. Doubling the standard deduction lowering rates. These opportunities owns that are going to attract capital helped the most impoverished people of our state. President Trump is dead. Right. And you're see our economy soaring through the tax cuts and through the regulatory relief. What's again, none of that would happen? If Senator Manchin had his way and Hillary Clinton were president. So that's a huge difference between the two of us, Hillary Clinton's view would have been hiking. Our taxes more war on coal more regulations, less Virginia wouldn't have it's comeback. If. Senator Manchin had his way and Hillary Clinton word office my positions, very different we need to stimulate our economy. We need to grow jobs in West Virginia. And you do that through President Trump's pro-growth policies. I'm a big backer. One of the reasons why President Trump is coming back tomorrow is he's made it clear I would have voted for the Trump tax cuts. Senator Manchin said no to that. And that's because he's part of the Schumer Pelosi Hillary Clinton Washington liberal team that doesn't look out for West Virginia. We're going to do better when I'm in the US Senate because we need those jobs policies uplift, our economy up further rebuttal, I said, no because I'm trying to protect West Virginia again when they repeal the mandate the death sentence for eight hundred thousand west Virginians with pre existing condition. He seems to be very pleased about it. Now, he'll talk about it. Also, it's the first time in the history of the United States that we've ever talked about taxes tax reform or any type of tax adjustment. And at the end of the day. We assume we'd have more get one and a half trillion dollars about the CBO. Never happened before we have spiralling debt now quicker than ever before. Inflation will be going up interest rates are going up, and there's going to be a cost of the citizens. But on top of that what we're doing to our children, we've written checks. Our children will never cash it's a sin. What we've done to them. And we gave him four plans. The president four plans that we had fifteen Democrats to make a bipartisan..

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"department environmental protection" Discussed on 10 10 WINS

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01:54 min | 2 years ago

"department environmental protection" Discussed on 10 10 WINS

"Press secretary Sean Spicer at a book signing in Rhode Island John From the, Newport daily, news, Facebook live of that. Event former schoolmate Alex Lombard came up to Spicer and accused of calling in the n. word and trying to fight him while they attended the Portsmouth abbey. School many years ago Spicer's publicist says he was taken aback by what she called an outrageous claim that he cannot recall any such incident, wins news, time, five, six checking the official, ten ten wins AccuWeather four day forecast for this, day sunny and nice, today partly. Cloudy let's humid really good day out. There Hi before mostly cloudy tonight low sixty eight, by, tomorrow it's a mix. Of clouds and sun not to human still high eighty four by Tuesday though he's coming back cloudy and humid afternoon showers storm round the high to sunny. Breaks on Wednesday humid showers and storms around again in the high of eighty five right now we are at seventy one degrees bear in, New York, up, to, eighty four in midtown, and the humidity right now is seventy five percent, which is why it's, much more. Comfortable than it was this time yesterday Seventy one degrees in the city. Going up to eighty four in midtown wins news time five oh seven, they're almost done. With the cleanup in the flat iron district most of, the buildings affected by the, steam pipe explosion earlier this month of reopened city officials say thirty nine of the forty five buildings. Tested, for as. Best as has been cleared and people can return to, them crews are working to finish the. Rest the department, environmental protection says it has collected more than eighteen hundred outdoor air samples in the area and determined the area safe. To the public hundreds of. People were displaced within that. Steam pipe blue on July nineteenth nobody seriously hurt there are still some traffic. Issues in, the area though and please stay with ten, ten wins for traffic and transit on the ones and, we'll, keep getting around that wins news time five oh seven the speed cams have been turned off near city, schools and the governor wants that to change governor Cuomo says there should be no issues surrounding the extension,.

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03:53 min | 2 years ago

"department environmental protection" Discussed on 10 10 WINS

"Worst of the nor'easter but things could still be unsettled let's get the latest live. With, AccuWeather meteorologist Dave Samuel yeah we've noticed a big jump in humidity out there this morning when you compare to what we had twenty. Four hours ago so big change there in the humidity, will be around over the next few days meanwhile we'll have a flow, of moisture off the Atlantic as, well will bring scattered showers and storms. On a daily basis starting this afternoon but I think rainfall will be spotty across the area, but if we get underneath any, shower or thunderstorm not only this afternoon but over the next few. Days it will. Put down some heavy downpours so that will be a threat, on a daily basis over the next few days declines to but some pizza son and again fuelling tropical lots of humidity, out there over the next few days Kathleen AccuWeather meteorologist. Dave Samuel there were. Reports of wires down. Overnight at tree hit a building. In a result par libs building away from where this, tree, fell in the colefax men are apartment complex toppling some bricks off. The facade and blocking a driveway I think it's crazy I think, it's insane, I didn't, hear anything last night I saw it. This morning crews were Already making repairs after the tree fell around three Sunday morning it's it's right, outside Seraya Custodio fence and she says she knew the. Tree was going to. Be a problem even. Speaking to the properties management she's. Thankful it fell away from her home Full ride. On top of, the baton on, my son's that is right. There so it would have been the holy have another Susta mess, Samantha leap, Minton Tam wins, in Roselle park there are some power, outages New Jersey had tens of thousands at one point most other areas including the city. Measured them in the hundreds, most folks, are expected back, on later this morning or early afternoon of course stay. With ten ten wins from the, latest AccuWeather updates and we'll get you through Wins news. Time eleven three the rain was enough to slow cleanup efforts in the flatiron district where crews are still trying to make it safe for residents workers and. Business owners are also trying to get. Back into that as. Best as tainted area the post says neither. Con Ed or the city. Could say yesterday when the roughly five hundred people. Would be allowed, to return officials, say the hot zones the. Same size it was after the blast gonads Allen jury though tells, ten ten, wins they did, work to keep the dangerous material in, place rain as a potential Rinse material off the buildings as well but we have sandbags in the. Area to contain the water and prevent it from going we don't want it to go FD NY power power-wash those buildings yesterday. The water collected and double filtered before being allowed to system jury says the, effort was. Major progress city department environmental protection and health now have to inspect the buildings wins news time eleven oh four a murder in. Brooklyn police are looking into the grisly death of the nurse was a registered nurse at downstate. Medical center for, the past twelve years but she failed to show up for work Wednesday night after a wellness check by the police, her body was found, bound wrapped in a bedsheet and stuffed in. The bedroom closet, of her home on Lennox. Road in Brooklyn her neighbor Levy had just seen her earlier in the week This, longtime where are you calling from now she says. She's from Miami as news of the murder spread a half dozen nurses with whom she. Had worked had gone to a replacement building to learn some of the details they said she was a very kind woman in claimed. That she frequently allowed people in need, to stay, in her, apartment most recently a young woman who had met a man. Online, had moved. In Carol d'auria attention wins in Brooklyn wins news time. Eleven oh five standoff at a Los Angeles trader Joe's turned deadly before the suspect surrendered to, police officials say one woman in store employee was killed the standoff lasted for nearly three hours. Say it started Saturday afternoon when the suspect shot his grandmother leaving her in critical condition injuring another woman and taking her hostage, in a stolen vehicle suspect fired on our authors multiple times And and ultimately as mayor indicated crash vehicles stopped here at the trader Joe's this suspect is now in custody And, that's correspondent Marci Gonzales, wins news time eleven oh six checking the official ten.

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"department environmental protection" Discussed on KZSC 88.1 FM Santa Cruz

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03:46 min | 2 years ago

"department environmental protection" Discussed on KZSC 88.1 FM Santa Cruz

"But Republicans weren't swayed Pete sessions of Texas argued that, after the contested two thousand election Republicans funded three point sixty five billion dollars to states to purchase and secure. Electronic voting systems he says the federal EA see, election assistance commission which oversees the funding program still has available funds and new spending. Just isn't needed he called the democratic push, for more money a shrewd political shenanigan of the twenty eighteen. Funds this year only weeks. Before, the election thirty nine percent of those dollars. Are still available Thirty. Nine percent has not even been asked for, this year and nineteen states have yet to even ask for. Any application to be able. To, go in and update or change their system Was referring to outdated data forty percent of this year's election security grants. Was available back in. June but according to a press. Release from the this week it's doled out three hundred and thirty three million. Dollars to every state in the nation and its territories and. That's nearly depleted the fund ninety percent of it California was awarded more than thirty four million dollars to strengthen its election system the, highest grant for the most populous state in the. Nation the red state of Texas was second election security grant funding this year at twenty three million indicating election. Security is a bipartisan concern but Republicans refused to fund the program next year even when Democrats informed them the funding was almost gone and as a nation faces threats of Russian election interference Mike Quigley represents Illinois introduced a motion to recommit the three hundred and eighty million Election security grant funds his states 'electronic, voting systems were found to have been hacked by Russia, before the twenty sixteen elections the Russians continue to target our elections forty two states continue to use outdated. Voting machines susceptible to. Cyber intrusions thirteenth states continues voting. Machines that failed to produce a paper ballot or record the overwhelming demand for. Assistance is there the AC issued a public announcement just three. Days ago that every single state and eligible territory has requested grant funding with almost ninety percent of the existing funds already transferred out, but the amount distributors is only a fraction of. What the states need election experts believe that the bare minimum required is one point two five billion dollars while. This Bill zeros out those grants the Republican controlled house still rejected Quigley's motion along Party lines two hundred and, thirty two days to. One hundred eighty two gays that leaves about forty six million dollars left in. Next year's election security grant program Republicans then pass the spending Bill again along party lines and includes nearly fifty nine billion dollars for the interior department Environmental Protection Agency and the treasury department democrat Betty McCollum of Minnesota. Said the Bill fails the American people and puts the environment and public. At risk by cutting funds for the EPA the land in water, conservation fund as. Well as the Endangered Species Act implementation, the Republican spending Bill now heads to the Senate You're listening to the evening news on KPFA Berkeley KPFK. Los Angeles KFC Fresno online.

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05:44 min | 2 years ago

"department environmental protection" Discussed on 10 10 WINS

"We have also. Tested the air since the time of the incident The air cleared fairly quickly after the incident So. The air in this area now is safe there is no meaningful. Presence of us, best does in the air at this point But our concern is. The debris that was thrown off by the rupture some of that is still visible On the street and on the building facades that. All needs to be cleaned up There's real concern about whether any debris entered into buildings or into air conditioning systems so there's gonna. Be a thorough assessment to make sure that all the buildings are clean and safe let me give you a sense of what that will mean for the next few days for people in this community So the core area of Fifth Avenue between nineteen and twenty second, street is closed off to traffic now that, will continue to be, closed off most likely for the next few. Days so figure we're going into Saturday or Sunday before the streets are reopened based. On what we know now and that could change want to emphasize that our health officials are environmental. Officials including both our city officials and the state the state health Commissioner Dr soccer is here with us as well We are going to constantly assess the situation that might, change our timelines up or down but right, now the assumptions these, streets will be closed off for several days Will. Then need to get in to the buildings to give them a close look There are twenty eight buildings in the area of greatest concerns concern forty nine buildings Overall that, we're, looking at And we need to check each building before they can go, back to their normal functioning, whether it's residential or office we, need to thoroughly check them particularly being concerned about those, h. fax. Systems are department environmental protection our health department will be leading that effort We have to also wash down the streets just make, sure there's no contamination that might cause any ongoing impact again brief exposure is not a, problem through the air but, if this material is in a, building if it's on clothing that is a real concern, we do. Not want anything that might cause repeated exposure We just abroad instructions that anyone who feels that their clothing was, contaminated there's a specific protocol my colleagues can talk about it but. To, make sure that people remove the clothing bag it, up bring it to a con Ed site, which has been established, a twenty second and Broadway. We want that clothing turned in if there's evidence of Material on the clothing. It looks like the. Debris and the dust is still, visible on the clothing we want that clothing turned in and con, Ed will compensate people in appropriate fashion we want anyone who thinks they're exposed to get. Out of that clothing shower clean. Put on new clothing That's how abundance of caution. Again we believe that temporary brief exposures generally not a problem but we want to. Treat this with a lot of caution so one other point or two, other points, just say one is For. People who live and work. In, these buildings we are going to do our best to, help them get back in as soon as possible I think. The most likely scenario is going to be a couple, of days Perhaps some of the buildings farther from the site Might be opened up as soon as this evening but that's only a possibility more likely as it will take two days or more to really clear to buildings. And be confident that people can, go back in, if people have particular urgent needs such as medicines they left in their apartment or a pet who was left in an apartment f the n. y. and NYPD will help address those issues and can. Send properly trained properly equipped officers into those apartments but people will not be let back. Into their, apartment until we have cleared their buildings so again I think in the likelihood that is going to take a couple of days and obviously alternative arrangements all we can to help people have a place to. Stay if, they cannot go back to their building a lastly just. Want to thank all of the agencies represented here you got A, wide range of city agencies and our state partners and. Con Ed As you ask questions we'll have the appropriate person come up and introduce themselves the, first responders from t. NY NYPD were here in a matter of minutes and we're addressing the situation Thank God this happened, so early in the morning That there were many fewer..

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"department environmental protection" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

WCBS Newsradio 880

05:23 min | 2 years ago

"department environmental protection" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

"We have also tested the. Air since the time of the incident The air cleared fairly quickly after the incident So. The air in this area now is safe there is no meaningful. Presence of us, best does in the air at this point But our concern is. The debris that was thrown off by the rupture some of that is still visible On the street and on the building facades that. All these to be cleaned up There's real concern about whether any debris entered into buildings or into air conditioning systems so there's gonna. Be a thorough assessment to make sure that all the buildings are clean and safe let me give you a sense of what that will mean For the next few days for people in this community So the core area of Fifth Avenue between nineteenth and twenty second street is closed off to traffic now that will continue to. Be closed off most likely for the next few days so figure we're going into Saturday or Sunday before, the streets are reopened based on what we know now and that could change, want to emphasize that our health officials are, environmental officials including both, our city officials and the state the state health Commissioner Dr soccer is here with us as well We are going to constantly the situation that might change, our timelines up or down but right now, the assumption is these, streets will be closed off for several days Will then need, to get in to the buildings to give them a close look There are twenty eight buildings in the area of greatest concerns concern forty nine buildings Overall that, we're, looking at And we need to check each building before they can go, back to their normal functioning, whether it's residential or office we, need to thoroughly check them particularly being concerned about those, h. fax. Systems are department environmental protection our health department will be leading that effort We have to also wash down the streets just make, sure there's no contamination that might cause any ongoing impact again brief exposure is not a, problem through the air but, if this material is in a, building if it's on clothing that is a real concern, we do. Not want anything that might cause repeated exposure We just abroad instructions that anyone who feels that their clothing was, contaminated there's a specific protocol my colleagues can talk about it but. To, make sure that people remove the clothing bag it, up bring it to a con Ed site, which has been established, a twenty second and Broadway. We want that clothing turned in if there's evidence of Material on the clothing it. Looks like the debris. And the dust is still visible, on the clothing we want that clothing turned in and con Ed, will compensate people in an appropriate fashion we want anyone who thinks they're exposed to get. Out of that clothing shower clean. Put on new clothing That's out of an abundance of caution. Again we believe that temporary brief exposures generally not a problem but we want to treat. This with a lot of caution so one other point or two other, points I, should say one is For people who live and work in these buildings we are going to do our. Best, to help them get back in as soon as possible, I think the most likely scenario is it's going to be. A couple of days perhaps some of the, buildings farther from the site Might be opened up as soon as this evening but that's only a possibility more likely as it will take two days or more to really clear to buildings and be confident that. People can go back in if people have particular urgent needs such as medicines they left. In their, apartment or a pet who was left in an apartment f the n. y. and NYPD will help address those issues and can send properly trained properly equipped officers into those apartments but people will not be let. Back into, their -partment until we have cleared their buildings so again. I think in the likelihood that is going to take a. Couple of days and obviously alternative arrangements do all we can to help people have a place. To stay if they cannot go back to their building a lastly just want to, thank all of the agencies represented here you got A, wide range of city agencies and our state partners and..

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"department environmental protection" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

02:45 min | 2 years ago

"department environmental protection" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"It's a pleasure to be here and paul bristow who is no stranger to this radio show thanks for having me i always enjoy always enjoy being here this just the it's just early although i make it from lutes to hear in like twenty five minutes nice of the thing that i've said before the thing that worries me is all the cars most of the cars on the road or people that have been home yet right that's scary yes pretty scare and then you know for most of my life we never even heard of wrong way drivers and now in the past five years you've got to kind of just keep one eye peeled for headlines from wrong way drivers in the middle and it always happens in the middle of the night so yeah they had a horrible one right by the south tollbooth couple years ago where a dump truck ran into a lady going the wrong way and that that didn't end and very well yeah a million years ago me and a buddy passed a panel truck on i four coming addison in in the lane next to us and it was like it was like surreal it went by and we just kind of went home yeah you look back on those near misses and you thank you laura you lowered i got through that when we're going to get a call at the top of the hour from kelley roulston she's with the florida fisheries policy is the florida fisheries policy director with the american sport fishing association she has a biology background understands the science behind fisheries policy management decisions she began her career on everglades restoration projects with the florida department environmental protection and dealt with water quality and boating issues as an analyst for the florida house of representatives water and resource management committee most recently kelly worked as an analyst with the florida fish and wildlife conservation commission where she was involved in policy development and stakeholder coordination for the division of marine fisheries management she's a member of the gulf of mexico fishery management councils ad hoc private wreck recreational advisory panel sorry guys that's a little it's early still she is a fifth generation florida floridian and she joined the american sport fishing association as florida fisheries policy director in august twenty fifteen is going to be very interesting to hear from her we would like to hear from you this morning hillsborough nine nine zero nine three five to panella seven two seven four six one nine three five two and toll free one eight hundred nine six nine nine three five.

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"department environmental protection" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

01:54 min | 3 years ago

"department environmental protection" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Health risks to residents joining us now discuss this investigation is environmental reporter scott fallon scott good morning thanks for joining us richard so dupont is known for making everything from wartime explosives to nonstick hands but it was the solvents used to clean the machine read you that the company dumped into unprotected pools how is that wastewater posing a risk to residents now today well what happened was the uh wastewater uh went underground and uh went under a neighborhood of four hundred homes and what happens is the phones people rise up through the soil and can infiltrate basements now the new jersey department of environmental protection it made dupont agreed to clean up groundwater pollution way back in the late nineteen 80s but when did the company start testing for toxic vapors in evaluating the risks to the public it didn't happen until two thousand eighteen even though the new jersey department environmental protection of the us environmental protection agency uh ask dupont speak in doing that in two thousand one uh dupont uh delayed uh and push back against their said why did they do that all the company was being sued by five 100 residence at the time and dupont told the epa that testing for those papers could hurt its case essentially they put the bottom line ahead of what was then emerging public health risk next studies have shown that increased rates of lymphoma and kidney cancer y you're in the neighborhood there have also been higher levels of toxins p c t c e in many on the homes in pompton and lakes in other words if the public health risks are credible why our residents still living there well they really have uh many of them have no choice uh s the home values have dropped considerably in the neighborhood um and when you invest style your life savings in your home it's hard.

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"department environmental protection" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

C-SPAN Radio

02:19 min | 3 years ago

"department environmental protection" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

"One last question mr pruitt i'll just stop there my times expire will have a second round thank you very much senate environment and public works committee oversight hearing on meat department environmental protection the sole witness as the director of the epa scott pruitt this is a really air she spread radio programming from tuesd wcs reaffirm us recover sooner fisher thank you mr chairman and thank you administrative for being here today epa is back to basics agenda has resulted in the economic viability across the nation while still ensuring the epa primary mission of protecting our environment is upheld my thank you for that in two thousand seventeen nebraska hit a jobs milestone with an unemployment rate of two point seven percent which was reported last december and mr chairman i would ask unanimous consent to cement for the record an article from the lincoln journal star highlighting the prescott's unemployment standing as the fourth 'lost in the nation thank you administrator this is a direct correlation to your efforts at the epa to streamline the regulatory process it has for many years negatively impacted job creators ability to hire workers because they were forced to allocate resources to plot to comply with many cumbersome regulations and this past year has been a welcome change for nebraska this public power utilities our farmers and our ranchers manufacturers and small business owners i'm encouraged by the epa is recent decision to revisit the 2017 regional haze rule which was issued in the final days of the obama administration if implemented that rule would take a thority weight away from the states and impose a one size fits all federal implementation plan that simply does makes sense many rural utilities have been adversely affected by past regional haze actions during the prior administration epa repeatedly second guests states plans including nebraska's 2012 plan and instead impose federal plans that forced the installation of unnecessary and costly controls that went well beyond with the state's had demonstrated what was needed as you know nebraska is the only one hundred percent public power stayed in the.

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