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US has more known cases of coronavirus than any other country

News and Perspective with Tom Hutyler

00:58 sec | 3 months ago

US has more known cases of coronavirus than any other country

"United States now with the most coronavirus cases of any nation in the world and the most in the country are in New York governor Andrew Cuomo minutes ago from new York's Javits convention center which is being converted into an emergency hospital president trump is approved for field hospitals Cuomo requesting for more for the New York City area in order to slow the spread flatten the curve in the mean time increase the hospital capacity so whatever that surge is that you have you actually have the capacity to deal with it the case is starting to spike outside of New York this is Jim Ryan far from slowing down the coronavirus caseload in Louisiana is only accelerating although we've been running what we think is a sprint for the last two and half weeks this is going to be a marathon Dr Julio Figueroa is the division director of infectious diseases at Louisiana State University health he says that if his state follows the pattern of China or Italy this is not something that's going to go away right away Jim Ryan

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"division director" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

C-SPAN Radio

07:17 min | 8 months ago

"division director" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

"Director and the influenza division director for the CDC centers for disease control and prevention it runs about an hour and a half committee chair is Democrat it beneath Johnson of Texas this hearing will come to order and without objection the chair is authorized to clean a recess at any time let me say good morning and welcome to our witnesses of today's hearing on vaccine science and innovation small pox once played the world's population killing approximately three hundred million people in the twentieth century alone smallpox is the only human disease to be eradicated thanks to the relevant of the vaccine another devastating disease polio had just thirty three cases reported worldwide in twenty eighteen compared to three hundred fifty thousand cases in nineteen eighty eight every day vaccines are saving lives the specialize of children and other vulnerable populations there's no such thing is healthy skepticism when it comes to vaccines unfortunately there is a well funded this information campaign targeting the public and weakening public health laws vaccination requirements have been commonplace in the US the generations and exemptions were granted only for legitimate medical reasons however in my home state of Texas the number of unvaccinated children his spikes since twenty two thousand three when the Texas legislature expanding the exemptions to include non medical reasons the number of exemptions rolls from two thousand in the year of twenty third two thousand three the fifty seven thousand last year we're seeing this three played across the country an innocent children of falling ill health officials have confirmed twenty one measles cases in Texas this year and twelve hundred the sixty one and nationwide sixty one of which lead to serious complications as the first nurse elected to Congress I have been dedicated to the improvement of public health my entire career the science committee may not have jurisdiction of the health and human service agencies but we have long had a role in supporting improved public health through good science this morning we will explore the science and innovation challenges for vaccine development through the lens of influenza for the hilt is among us the flu just lays out for several the flu just lays us out for several days with no lasting sad if it's hot for the very young the elderly pregnant women and other vulnerable groups the flu can be deadly the centers for disease control recorded an estimated four forty eight point eight million illnesses and seventy nine thousand deaths during the twenty seventeen twenty eighteen flu season approximately six hundred of those deaths which children each year influenza vaccine production begins with the collection analysis of data many months before the beginning of the flu season the challenge with influenza is that the virus is change constantly and by the time the flu season begins the vaccine may not fully met the circulating viruses scientists are working to develop viable and more effective alternatives to the color current eight a basic vaccines as well as a universal vaccine they will not require annual updates yet another scientific chalice been fluency and many other infectious diseases in Italian complete diseases is incomplete data an antiquated data systems through modernization of data systems and data analytics tools across the federal and state levels we will be able to accelerate vaccine research and development for many diseases we have two expert panels that will help us understand the full cycle from basic research the vaccine development production and deployment and surveillance the witnesses will also describe the role of federal agencies state agencies and the private sector including the partnerships among all stakeholders I want to expand my warm welcome to all of you this morning and I want to thank the vice chair got the better of for his leadership on this issue I look forward to today's discussion I might say that I have a mark up in another committee so I will have to leave before we get through all of the deliberations the chair now recognizes Mr Lucas for an opening statement good morning Cheryl Johnson I would like to thank you and vice chairman Vera for holding this hearing especially given that we are in the middle of flu season in the United States nearly a million individuals are hospitalized for the flu every year including more than forty eight thousand children in Oklahoma since the nineteen for the twenty nineteen flu season began on September one who's been at least one death and seventy three hospitals rations from the flu however these numbers would be far worse if we did not have vaccines vaccination is by far the most the best flu prevention measure we can have today it's easy to forget the little over a hundred years ago the world faced one of the deadliest pandemics in history the nineteen eighteen H. one in one epidemic also known as Spanish flu it killed an estimated fifty million people worldwide including roughly six hundred and seventy five thousand people United States medical technology and countermeasures at the time were limited the isolation and quarantine influenza vaccines did not exist and I antibiotics had not been fully developed yet thankfully due to basic research advancements were made both in treatment and prevention the flu the development of vaccines is placed played an important role in reducing and eliminating deadly disease I can still recall my father stories about how late summer and fall were terrifying time as a child because of the threat of polio during those seasons lucky for me I do not have did not have to experience this fear because of the first polio vaccine being available the United States in nineteen fifty five and thanks to widespread vaccination polio it's been nearly eradicated the United States just thirty three cases reported in twenty eighteen however polio remains a threat in some countries with the world becoming more connected through modern transportation it only takes one traveler with polio to bring the disease in the United States and as I'm.

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Effects of the Solar Wind

NASA ScienceCasts

03:13 min | 8 months ago

Effects of the Solar Wind

"The wind speed of a devastating category five hurricane can top over one hundred fifty miles per hour hour or two hundred and forty one kilometers per hour. Now imagine another kind of wind with an average speed of zero point. Eight seven million miles per hour or one point four million kilometers per hour. Welcome to the wind that begins in our son and doesn't stop until after it reaches the edge of the Helius fear the solar wind. The Corona is the Sun's inner atmosphere the brightness that can be seen surrounding eclipsed sun and home the continually annually expanding solar wind right now. The Parker solar probe a NASA mission launched in two thousand eighteen is orbiting the sun. And we'll get as close as three eight point eight three million miles or six point one. Six million kilometers of the Sun's surface Parker is gathering new data about the solar particles and magnetic fields. Also that comprise the solar wind more specifically two of its main goals are to examine the energy that heats the corona and speeds up the solar wind and and determine the structure of the winds magnetic fields while many theories described the solar winds history. This is what we do know. The solar wind impacting Earth's magnetosphere is responsible for triggering those majestic Aurora's typically seated locations close to our north and South poles in some cases it can also said off space weather. Storms that disrupt everything from our satellites and space to ship communications on our oceans to power grids on land. Nikki Fox is the division director for helium physics at NASA headquarters. She explains in more detail. How the solar wind disrupts are magnetosphere as the wind and flows toward earth it carries with the sun's magnetic field? It moves very fast than smacks right into Earth's magnetic field. The blow causes a shock shock to our magnetic protection which can result in turbulence. NASA also has another reason to study the solar wind and its properties. The solar older wind is part of a larger space weather system that can affect astronauts and technology as Fox notes we not only have to ensure our astronauts are protected from the harmful effects of radiation. We have to protect our equipment to so we've already found aluminum to be a good shield to protect our crafts from many energetic particles us but there are also faster particles that travel at eighty percent of the speed of light which can cause havoc with parts of spacecraft. They can smash into damage. Solar alert panels disrupt electronics or affect electric currents that flow along power grids so we're currently conducting tests with small pieces of technology to study. How well they can survive? In intense radiation areas knowing more about the effects of the solar wind is not only important to those of us who live on earth it will be critical to know how to mitigate its effects once our astronauts travel back to the moon and beyond for extended periods of time. Fox concludes my feeling is if the the sun. Sneezes earth catches a cold because we always feel the impact of what happens on the Sun. Thanks to the solar wind

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"division director" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

11:21 min | 10 months ago

"division director" Discussed on KTRH

"Eight six seven seven seven three three one zero one one. as the saying all the time on this program timing is everything. and just the other day we did issue a virgin C. Hoagland about. the news that came from NASA. regarding that they are close to finding life on Mars. and of course having regency going on to talk about it because of course he was one of the original. for the regional I guess you'd call them spokespeople or of or at least the one is did the research on some of the anomalies of Mars he wrote a book monuments of Mars. and I remember back in the day with an art bell he was always on to talk about the fears of Mars. and the last two nights ago having all the show was a rare treat for many people as we were commenting on how NASA's planetary science division director Jim green. stated that many announcements are coming soon about Mars but he believes that people will not be able to handle the news the news that perhaps there is life on Mars now NASA spokesman allergy tells said that everyone is excited about this new mission to Mars it'll be going on I believe in the summertime. they're also excited about future missions where he said that the prospects of life our main concern that a lot of excitement. about the prospects that prospects of life on Mars a lot of excitements been raised and certainly that is. their mission Mars twenty twenty we watch six summer along with the European space agency's pro XO Mars Rovers relied on bridges zero crater bars twenty twenty Rovers expected touchdown in the service of the plan on February eighteenth twenty twenty one. so. it out NASA's keeping pretty tight lipped. on any news of life but be rushed to space the rush to Mars and even you on you on mosque in others are rushing to Mars the rush to Mars is pretty amazing especially when we have. the art of this program which is a. gonna be going to the moon. in twenty twenty four so we're gonna be sitting. the city some probes other rover couple Rovers to them to to Mars and twenty twenty Ilan mosque I'm sure has a time table for what he wants to go to Mars Mars and the moon are certainly something that there in the planning stages to do now. but is there a crater is very interesting in the choice I believe is very interesting because it's twenty eight miles wide. on the western edge of the city is plenty Shia. which is a giant impact basin north of the planet's equator now NASA noted. it is home to some of the most scientifically interesting landscapes Mars has to offer adding that it was once home to an ancient river delta. were ancient organic molecules and other signs of microbial life. maybe there and they're saying they could be billions of years old or they they were probably deposited their billions of years ago in June twenty eighteen. NASA made this announcement they they said that the curiosity rover this is in twenty eighteen is the curiosity rover found quote organic molecules in the rocks from an ancient lake bed so the rocks are billions of years old. and that's what assets in their statement be before adding it had not found life okay so here they go again he said well we found organic molecules and rocks from an ancient lake bed basically the building blocks for life. but then of course you know this is billions of years old and you know now the scissors don't life on Mars within their saying you know soon they'll be announcements about life on Mars see that's the thing is that I get so I get so caught up in his push me pull you thing I mean it just seems to me that. all the indications are there are there was a study that was presented in August. that. suggested that Mars was warm and wet enough. to have massive rainstorms and a flowing water environment today it may have supported life between three and four billion years ago. so you know water from what I understand. still flows on Mars right now. edit there's water in the very near surface I mean it looks like a desert planet but still you look at it there's water near the surface of the regular that more than a decade ago. about ten years or so. NASA and their strategy in exploring Mars had been well were ever water is that's where life will be and so that is what they've done with this with this new this new a proposal to send a a Mars rover again in the summer this summer March twenty twenty the next summer and then eventually have a landing there in an area that was a lot better than it was river better ocean bed in there and then there they go it's a river delta that they're going to be putting an end to see if there's any life there so all these things. it would keep in mind right now. the and that's the point a bit they want they want to find life. and but here's the thing. there are. those there's a body of thought. where there are. people. I guess you could call them conspiracy there is I don't I don't like throwing a turnaround because of course it's like a dirty sure there were lessons from people but there are conspiracy theorists out there. that. believe that NASA has been involved in a cover up all right back. NASA. has been well aware of intelligent life on Mars as far back as nineteen seventy six maybe even nineteen sixty. all right. so I I mean I give in nineteen seventy six because that Sir yeah I was aware of that nineteen seventy six after the Viking landers for use on Mars or was. data that was sent back the indicated that there was indeed life on Mars however pass experiments in March a biology ask questions were far too narrow and even wrong and that's the problem if how NASA defines life is wrong it how NASA defines life is very narrow the questions they at the end the statistics figure narrow. other scientists have presented evidence of life right independent studies independence ideas have already presented evidence of life. so the question I have is who do you believe. do you believe NASA or do you believe the independent scientists see. the question is what we're dealing with something like this where do you put your faith. I mean is it prudent to wait for NASA. to the credit very definition of life or is out there or do you put your faith in some of the younger independent scientists say that NASA is holding back information or demand more money for exploration. that's what's going on it's what seat. if you were not as distracted many of you are not as distracted as you are you wouldn't know. there's a struggle going on right now that struggle is how it's over how we are going to announce to the world. there is life on other planets. how are we gonna do this and you know. how do they said and not. take away from impeachment proceedings that. basically it you realize if they were to just break in tomorrow. and they would say there's life on Mars is light funny and sell it is sore there's lights. I don't know I'm tighten do you realize what people would say all obviously they're using this to just distract us from Donald trump's impeachment. I can hear it now. and that's the thing is that you know the timing was perfect for disclosure we were all kind of circling the wagons for disclosure but now impeachment is on everybody's minds do you realize how much of a struggle is to report some of this stuff and have it all buried by I'm not kidding you out I was discussing this with Ron the other day I've been discussing about producers to do you realize that. with all of the research that goes into the show every night. it is so damn hard. to get through all of the other stories because I have a I have a clipping service I go through. coming service gives me information it's out of the floats around out there I have to analyze which is good which is bad in ruins while I put it up on Facebook to see if anybody you know will pay attention to it and if they don't like it I take it down or they say aw this is stupid I take it down but I read a lot of stuff with some of the stuff I read I find interesting I post on Facebook a lot of people that obviously is out quite believes we put this on for it no. it's what I find interesting that I put on Facebook and I hope you find it interesting as well there are things are funny that I put up on Facebook there things are interesting I put about face without any necessarily but when I talk about my show. people all freak out what is this is something no it's just something for you to to kind of consider. I mean even the rod Serling to The Twilight Zone he was like you know he always he submitted for your approval he would say. I met submitted for your approval meeting that I don't know if this is this is something that I believe but it's certainly something I find fascinating right. so when it comes to all of this nonsense with impeachment because all this nonsense with you know the whole collusion that we've had and all this other nonsense we've got there are people that take offense when you tell them you know what yeah I had just. yeah you're very you're news yeah you need to explore more than just what they give you and see an ad or or fox or MSNBC it because it can get really depressing really damn fast. and so. the truth is in it yeah and if you've been paying attention to a page for more so than other news the truth is is that NASA is struggling with something right now they're struggling with. what I would call. domino eight I guess you could call this a pretty damn good evidence. there is life on Mars pretty damn good evidence that could bet you that there's life on and sell it is. okay there's life on Europa. but you know it's kind of like aquatic life you have to be in the water underneath all of that ice because geo thermal the. it's your thoroughly heated so is there could be like aquatic life on these planets out of these moons underneath the ice and then we look at Mars there could be life because of course where there is water we might find life. so NASA keeps saying these things they will where there's water there's life for where there's do transcends live or whatever. you have to ask yourself okay so why are you covering it up and why are you saying we can't handle it and. do you put your faith do you listen to these new scientist to come up with these great ideas these new theories or do you listen to NASA says.

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"division director" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

04:05 min | 11 months ago

"division director" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Baxter this is Bloomberg our prime alright thanks very much yet our guest is Martin Lycos division director Macquarie private wealth. a couple of fed speakers were a little bit nervous about the consumer caring much of the load of the US economy noting that manufacturing is in recession do you think the consumer holds up and continues to carry the economy or is that sort of the next area crack. silly to consumers and by all accounts he's definitely you know to combine avoid economy still holding up pretty well and the consumer confidence numbers this is certainly also suggesting this time but again you know if we have the the trade issues and all the all the risk for the building around the world I'm a year you get extended and certainly you will in the next year preowned intact it has to have any impact on confidence and when you say that you do because you get I commensurate impact on actual activity such households are clearly really really important in this a manufacturing in the US I think it's somewhere down around fifteen percent now contrition across so although it's important and a good indicator it's very much here any kind of in terms of the the the services side and household and business that's having Q. carrying the caring great component of the contribution of growth. yeah and that is quite a key point because as people have been alluding to whether or not we see a recession it is still the consumer kind of spending when you look at the outlook for the remainder of the year and and to fight pricing and what we're expecting from the fed one of the cave point see looking out with of course not non farm payrolls coming three tomorrow knowledge. yeah. if you don't sing a softening in the employment daughter I think it's gonna be carrying markets will be. a little bit more concerned about that than me probably be complacent in terms of expecting you don't want IT two hundred thousand new jobs a month every month and those numbers may stop teasing back of the so it's a question what's the what's the right in place of that slowing again and we should be complaining of all this in the U. S. is running effectively at full employment and while you've got that that's the reason why household to feeling pretty good well we just right is in pretty good shape the will to take from the stock market it'll adding UNESCO confidence component so it's very much a again if we see the the maturing of the cycle particularly at the employment level that will start having the pack and that could be driven by the fact that the trade issues in the rising costs all of of doing tried for you is consumers and businesses how nice toilet stopped by. you know yesterday we tips there were quite a number of calls for the Chinese government to add more stimulus you have to hand it to him I mean they've they've they've stuck pretty much with the game of of de leveraging and of of trying to de risk the economy they haven't pumped a lot of stimulus and even with a trade war even with the slow down now we've heard about the triple are cut under a few other sounds kind of that we're hearing do you expect a lot more stimulus in China or just steady as she goes. well we we are expecting more stimulus but to draw at a steady she goes out call mail which we think of the the the Hardys in China and I've done this before two thousand eleven two thousand and fourteen fifteen and so we think the sort of stimulus measures by some kind of want to maintain stability of Christ as against I shop where you decide how to recovery is gonna be more infrastructure spending the P. R. C. is going to continue to restore the virtually wretched help customers reaction it might will be that they loosen shadows financing temporarily some the restriction on the on that what's more around the city she goes out come is what I want but we certainly think that we're gonna see more action in the next two quarters out of the authorities. all right let's get stay inside it's not unlike costing so much division director Macquarie private wealth joining us there from Sydney here on daybreak Asia where we are saying risk on in these markets and of course we are awaiting the re all the pain of Hong Kong to see whether or not we're going to continue to see the kind of rally that we saw during yesterday's.

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"division director" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

03:16 min | 1 year ago

"division director" Discussed on KQED Radio

"So that gift card will at least enable them to do something and continue their lives in some kind of fashion. Now paychecks aside. Brad, the actual work that you do emergency management is of critical importance tell me about that. What has been the impact of being furloughed for these last five weeks on the work that you left off? So the work that day to day work. I work as a division director. So the grants have not been monitored. This time for the stadium. Puts us buying for the year and making sure that our grants are being taken care of. And that that money's being spent as it's intended to be spent. And in the meantime, are you worried about some of the projects falling by the wayside about lapses? And we have to look at it. We'll have to when we get back make a plan to make sure that we're doing all of the things that we were supposed to do for this year. And then again as discussed we could be in the same boat again in three weeks. So now that you know, you will be getting some kind of back pay. Do you feel like it was worth it is it like it never happened? I don't believe it's not like it never happened to me. However, I will take the money to replenish, my emergency fund in case, we're back in this back in this position again and wanna what about you. Obviously, we don't yet know if there's going to be back pay in some way for contractors. Our Lisa Desjardins reported earlier is under consideration. If that happens would that make you whole. Does that allow you to just move on? No, not really not really because I think that you know, when you have individuals who may have already been on some level of a financial crisis. Getting the money in a month from when they should have had the money to pay the mortgage on their home may not save their home. You know, it's you never know what type of situation that an individual is. And we obviously don't get into that as an employer. But I always think of that in the back of my head. We don't know where someone is how someone is living to that have their their pay for two whole cycles. That is that's a big big impact. A big impact doesn't sound. Like the announcement. Today has brought you much relief. The announcement today has brought me a little relief from the perspective of from the op-ed. You mentioned the op-ed and there was. When you do things like that, you get positive and negative feedback. And I received a phone call in my office. Luckily, I wasn't there. But the individual left a message, and he basically said, you know, I don't want my tax dollars spent like this. So I'm kind of glad and I thought about that. And I said, wow, there's so much uneducated in America, and that people don't understand how government really works and how it impacts them day today. And maybe this kind of does show people how government truly works, and it impacts you day-to-day, whether you're sitting in the middle of Washington DC or not and that there's going to be some level of education and understanding in terms of that day to day impact. And what you really are using these services for maybe a little bit a little bit of understanding. Yeah. Out of all of this Luana Russell, Fred Hoffer. Thank you so much for being here. Thank you. Appreciate that..

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"division director" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

Newsradio 950 WWJ

02:35 min | 1 year ago

"division director" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

"You are w w j NewsRadio nine fifty. Thank you for tuning in or Accu weather. Meteorologists this morning is Brian Thompson snow today. And then bitter cold to follow all have the details of the complete AccuWeather forecast. Coming up, and we do have a lot of traffic issues out there because of the snow that has already fallen and they're expecting more than dropping temperatures which could complicate things joining us live now to talk more about what they are doing about the roads. It is Bill bantam the roads division director at the Wayne County department of public services and your cruiser already out this morning. Good morning Bill. Good morning, sir. How are you? Great of crews have been out since one. AM? And you got a full contingent out or it didn't seem like it was sticking. So I didn't think it was a big issue coming in for me. No, what we wanted to do was getting because he wanted to get a good round down at that point before it really starts to stick. So we'd have that bond breaker there. Once it starts to that. Have you relations starts to come here? Have you been putting shut down already? Yes, sir. We put around down on everything in Wayne County right now. The roads are still wet here. We haven't started to see do you have your cumulation yet? So we're still looking fairly good right now. The forecast seemed to various to the timing is you're you're still expecting heavy snow this afternoon. We are still expecting heavy snow this afternoon. All the reports that we're getting said that the the velocity is gonna start your increase as the day goes on. And so is there like a break where we're going gonna get calls? Trust me that nobody sees plows out there. You're going to take a pause in the middle of the day. And then come back when a Chevy. I mean, you know, we we have we have some relief drivers coming in. So so we'll kind of let the role conditions in the weather conditions kinda dictate when we break. So at this point, we don't know when that will be it'll be a condition related. All right, Bill bantam, the roads division director at the wing county department of public services. A clash advice for drivers. Yeah. We always tell everybody, you pack, your patience. Dr according to the conditions, and you know, the same phrase, don't crowd applause. Yeah. It seems like we can't get that one through to a lot of people. But hopefully, they'll do that today for you guys. Thanks bill. Appreciate your time. Thank you, sir. Bye bye. W w j news time six oh, five stay with NewsRadio nine fifty will have a complete update of the roads for.

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"division director" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

01:36 min | 1 year ago

"division director" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Middle East. Apple cores, much marketing Zayed this week as it loaded revenue outlook, citing weakness in China's economy as a key reason that came after China factory PM I slipped into contraction territory Europe's weaning van fully to the lowest level in three years now on top of that on Thursday. The yen surge through levels that have housed for almost a decade. I tried to make sense of it all with Martin Lakers division director for wealth management MacQuarie. Obviously, it's an indicator out from from apple in regards to the storing down on the Chinese economy, and that's all of the backwash green saying from Chinese authorities. Neutral stance on monetary policy and delivering focus along with all this tried wars. But things are starting to move past that and so. Is it is looking backwards as forwards? We are definitely seeing some indications out of the Chinese authorities that they're about to prepare to move towards more stimulus reaction. He's he's changing their language both from the. In terms of removing the would leveraging and also removing would neutral in regards to monetary policy. So we do think that we're gonna see some Tom truth is quarter. Hopefully sooner but lighter some action by China's thirties in regards to policy and stimulatory action there. But of course, there's always a delight impact for the companies of apple, but the impacts for apple overseas also around that supply, China, of course, the degree of complexity all that supply China would be quite difficult to.

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"division director" Discussed on WAFS Biz 1190

WAFS Biz 1190

01:37 min | 1 year ago

"division director" Discussed on WAFS Biz 1190

"Of daybreak Middle East. Apple cores, much marketing Zayed's this week as it load it's revenue outlook, citing weakness in China's economy as a key reason that came after China factory PM, I slipped into contractionary territory. Europe's weaning van falling to those three years now on top of that on Thursday. The yen search through levels that have held for almost a decade. I tried to make sense of it all with Martin Lakers division director for wealth management, the MacQuarie group. Obviously, it's an indicator from from apple in regards to the slowing down on the Chinese economy. And that's all. The backwash green saying from Chinese authorities parking tunes neutral stance on monetary policy and delivering focus along with all this trade wars, but things are starting to move past that and so. Is it is looking backwards as forwards we are definitely seeing some indications out of the Chinese authorities. They're about to prepare to move towards more stimulus reaction. We've cities changing their language by from the sea in terms of removing the would de leveraging and also removing would neutral in regards to monetary policy. So we do think that we're gonna see some Tom through this quarter. Hopefully sooner. Some action by China's authorities in regards to policy and stimulatory action there. But of course, was a delight impact for the. Companies of apple but the impacts for apple overseas. Also around that's supply, China, of course, the degree of complexity of that supply China would be quite difficult to navigate..

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"division director" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

14:33 min | 1 year ago

"division director" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"Around the world. I'm George Noory. Welcome to coast to coast AM next hour investigative reporter, Linda Moulton, how joins us with stories of high strangeness followed by conversations with Linda your phone calls. Here's what's happening. One of the saddest stories, I've seen Weil, and as you know, David Politis, of course, who has been investigating missing people and state parks will be our guest Sunday night. A body believed to be that of a missing North Carolina. Boy, six year old boy with autism has been found today. According to the FBI ending a nearly long search for the six year old who simply vanished in a park while with his father Maddock riches body was located about one pm this afternoon or the Rankin lake park where he was first reported missing by his father in the police say that Maddock who had non verbal autism. Ran ahead of the father and disappeared from view while they were in the park about twenty miles west of Charlotte. The father was with another friend who's not gonna dentist. The father simply says the little boy just ran off. And I couldn't catch up with him. He was gone. David Politis who has looked at these missing. People stories will be our guest Sunday night on coast to coast. This is a strange story. How does a little six year old kid outrun you? So he just merely vanished. The story we've all been following over the past few weeks. And honestly, I'm going to report on it. Because it's a big story. But I have to tell you. It's kind of disappointing for this country that we even have to go through something like this. And you know, what I'm about to say. Following a very explosive and at times highly emotional day of testimony before the Senate Judiciary committee all eyes turn the several key swing votes. Senators now who remained outwardly undecided on the supreme court dominating Burt Kavanagh's fate as of late today. Ahead of tomorrow's planned judiciary committee vote on whether to recommend Kavanagh's confirmation to the full Senate, which they could vote this weekend. We shall see what happens there now. Earlier today, a visibly angry and emotional Brad Kavanagh denied under oath that he hit assaulted Christine Ford, telling senators his name has been totally permanently destroyed by these false allegations. And that his accusers testified that she's one hundred percent sure he forced her and forced himself on her some thirty six years ago. And that's how she stands. He was seventeen. She was fifteen we begin first with Howard bloom for his reaction from today's testimony Howard. Go ahead. Well, the unspoken presence of the Senate Judiciary committee chamber today was not Dr Christina blazey Ford. And it was not Brad Kavanagh. It was something we talked about last night alcohol. You are two different people, George the person you think you are. And the person you actually are the person in you that you do not know takes you over when you drink and brick tavern. All was it Rinker when he was young one of Kavanagh's five sexual abuse accusers, fellow yell student who says the drinking drinking game in their dorm Cavanaugh exposed himself to her tried to get her touch him and more capital was drunk. The Yale student who made this claim is named Debbie Ramirez. One of Ramirez. Roommates Luis Swisher says she was shocked, by the way, the cavenaugh portrayed himself as quote, a choirboy in a long interview with Martha McCallum that three. Three days ago on FOX TV Swisher was particularly disturbed by Kavanagh's claim that he never blacked out or head lapses of memory after drinking to excess on the contrary Swisher says the Cavanaugh was eighty quote sloppy drunk. I know she adds because I drank with him. I watched him drink more than a lot of people end up slurring his words stumbling included Swisher, it's not credible for him to say that he has no memory lapses in the nights that he drank to excess Swisher is not a guttersnipe. She graduated cum laude from me. And as a professor in division director at the university of Washington school of medicine's division of medical genetics. Another. She has a credible witness another Rimmer Ramirez roommates. At Yale lynbrook is a Republican. I repeat a Republican Brooks capture mouth shot about cavenaugh until she saw that Fox TV interview which capital made himself out to be a Saint, then she couldn't keep quiet anymore. She explained the cavenaugh quote said he did not drink to excess. And he said he never drank to the point of blacking out. But says Brooks, quote, you can't lie your way into the supreme court. And with that statement out he's going too far. Now, what motivated Brooks to speak civic virtue? She says, quote, it's about the integrity of the supreme court works also credible witness. She graduated from the L with a bachelor's degree in a tough subject chemistry. Then she went from meal to Warton held high level executive positions. A string of pharmaceutical companies, and is now CEO the healthcare communications firm note, the word that books uses why as in you. Can't lie your way onto the supreme court. This Brett Cavanaugh who is a church going family man, lie Kavanagh's testimony in front of the judicial committee. Today was explosive. He said he was the victim of a vast conspiracy and emotionally started crying. He started crying. And when he said the words I'm about to tell you his face was popped up and read it was like a six year olds outrage anger, and he said this whole week effort has been calculated an orchestrated political hit Cavanaugh claimed that it's quote fueled with apparent penta banger about President Trump and the two thousand sixteen election fear that has been unfairly stoked about my judicial record revenge on behalf of the Clintons and millions of dollars and money from outside left wing opposition groups, that's the end of his quote, Dr Christine blazey Ford that when she was fifteen, you know, listen Cavanaugh was seventeen Cavanaugh owner friendship during two bedroom. Cavanaugh pushed around to the bad got on top of her grounded ships against her to I. Remover closed covered her mouth when she tried to scream at laughed. This is the new part today, and he laughed and his friend did nonstop about the fund the two of the more having it or expense cabinet called this claim a quote grotesque and coordinated character assassination. Both boys says Dr fort were drunk. They'd apparently started drinking early in the afternoon. And again, when you were drunk are you that you know comes out and takes over then thanks to the hall. You forget what you did. But his lives Swisher. Right. This brek Cavanaugh. Why about these things? The odds are very good that he lied today in front of the Senate Judiciary committee Cavanaugh said that he did not know Christina blazey Ford when they were teenagers, and he added that he was never to party the match. Dr Ford's it's a description, then he said with vehemence that the two male friends who Ford says were at this party with the two of them know me. Well, now, if if Dr Christina. Ford did not know Brad Kavanagh when the two were teenagers and the upper class country clubs set of Maryland, if they did not travel as cavenaugh claims in the same social circle how did Ford manage to name two of Kavanagh's best friends? Now, it's questions like this that impel Democrats on the judiciary committee demand to things and I background. Check on the new accusations and a hearing in which alleged witnesses to the event and character witnesses like Swisher Brooks and the two male friends who Cavanaugh says no me well could be questioned in person. Apparently they vote tomorrow. So yes, or no does the Senate Judiciary committee move the nomination onto the full Senate. Yes, or no it's going to move the nomination as long as they can hold before swing votes. And those four swing votes were confused today because as you said, Christina ward came across very very, credibly. And so did judge cavenaugh. All right now, we check in with Dr John Curtis. Online columnist dot com with his perspective, John. Yeah. Well, George I obviously I'm gonna take exception to what Howard is saying here. That's why I've got you to on the balanced this. Well, some big surprise there. Right. I mean, this is the deal George. She came there. She presented every democrat had already made up their minds. You know, before the Charing started that she believed they believe just like Howard everything eighteen age girl remembers thirty six years ago as a fifteen year old who may have been under the influence of alcohol herself at the time. So you're asking you're basically asking people, this is the bottom line who do you believe this kind of woman who is presenting herself with this shaky voice? It's streaming emotional obviously traumatized by something over her lifetime. Something happened to her some something obviously did that something admitting to Rachel Mitchell that she suffers from claustrophobia she suffers from anxiety. She suffers from post traumatic stress this over. Disorder, and she's asking people to believe that there's one incident that she went through as a teenager or somebody flopped on top of her possibly if this is her description the one that Howard gave. Traumatized or so much that as an adult a professional psychologist. It's been through. I'm gene therapy. And whatever is still this trauma victim who presents herself as somebody in the in the hearing like she's the walking wounded now how can anybody possibly trust that kind of presentation against the track record of I highly decorated Yale Law graduate counselor to an American president and a twelve year circuit court judge with the highest ratings from the American Bar Association. So I know Howard likes to focus on different things, and especially the alcohol issue. But the the fact is that her presentation today, and I said this I said that if she doesn't present herself as credible. Then this is going to tilt back in the direction of Kavanagh, which I think it has. Well, we will find out soon. John let me ask you this. If for some reason Kavanagh did this if he did this don't you think he would have scored points if he had said over the course of this. Yes, I think I might have done something stupid. I was drunk. I was seventeen but I will tell you that seventeen year old boy is not who I am tonight. Today. Do you think the people would have accepted that? No. Of course, you don't that would have destroyed him politically. He would be toast. He had to deny everything, you know, in ultimately, whether he did it whether he didn't do it. I mean, it is now his reputation against her shaky testimony Democrats think it was very credible. And I don't know how you could approve this. Now, I don't think you can never prove. That's the problem of John. Thanks. We're going to check in the Senate Judiciary committee supposed to vote tomorrow to see if they're going to move the nomination onto the full Senate. But I gotta tell you. You know, everybody loses in this situation. Everybody the poor woman who was assaulted by someone Kavanagh whose name has been destroyed. Imagine his kids going to school every day now with this over their heads. Everybody's destroyed. Nearly forty five thousand Americans lost their lives to suicide back a few years ago. Suicide rates have spiked more than thirty percent. Most of them younger children. Jeez. The adults the elderly adults. That's the only area that didn't show any increase could man's best friend be linked to multi drug resistant bacterial infections, according to the CDC. They say buying puppies at pet stores could be the cause. So just make sure you buy a clean puppy somewhere. Buy it from a reputable breeder, the securities and Exchange Commission has filed a lawsuit against Ilan mosque claiming securities fraud for his tweet some time ago when he said he was gonna take tesla company the publicly traded company private the seat in like that. And they're going after him new study suggests that long term viability of more than half of the different whale. Orca groups around the globe. Now in question, they're dying off all over the planet because of a chemical compound P C B, the world's first flying car. We've got the story at coast to coast AM. Dot com. It's coming to market pretty soon. It's classified by the FAA is a light aircraft. I don't know how much it cost yet. But be careful when you're driving you might get hit by a little flying car. No, let's check in with Peter Davenport from the national. You're for reporting center. What else is in the skies? Peter good evening, Georgia. Boy here all these reports about the supreme court process. And it makes me glad I'm nothing more than a UFO. You play it safe that way, my friend really exciting reports most of which I posted door website tonight. I'm gonna try to squeeze four in here. Very quickly. The first one comes from rocky river, Ohio and back on December ninth nineteen sixty five the day of the great techs. Berg incident. Gentlemen, writes that he was pumping gas at a fuel station in rocky river, Ohio just west of Cleveland, and he saw something approaching him reflected off a chrome bumper is he pumped gas for a customer. He said it covered the entire sky in about four seconds and left.

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24 Hour News

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Measles, Minneapolis and Dawn Fraser discussed on 24 Hour News

"Year after the state's biggest measles outbreak since nineteen Ninety-one the Minnesota department of health is investigating another case of the disease in the Minneapolis area health department officials are working to notify. Those who may, have come into contact with the five year old. Unvaccinated child who contracted measles well traveling overseas infectious disease division director Chris air been. Says they're hoping to avoid a repeat of last year's outbreak which. Saw seventy five cases twenty one of which required hospitalizations it's the, kind of. Thing that, if you, come into a room after someone with measles was, there and, has already left you could still develop measles is That infectious Hersman says despite their best efforts to combat the problem there are? Still pockets of the population resistant vaccines despite no evidence there. Harmful she says they continued. To, work with faith. And. Community leaders to. Stress the importance of getting. The vaccine

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"division director" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

02:02 min | 2 years ago

"division director" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"A few seconds remaining that'll be the focus the tanah for some time to reduce state and now delivery the economy and we would say be sitting here that is a good thing we can we can fifteen want to see political stability in economics to italy out of china really think we getting out of cheated to stage all right mountain light caused division director at macquarie wealth management thanks very much for your time and your analysis this morning quick chicken in the markets we've got the a and six of eight tenths of one percent glad now bluesky steel among the base the form is up three and a third the same this is after a stray the a wins an exemption to president trump's tariffs on steel and aluminium still more to come here on bloomberg daybreak asia site with us this is a bloomberg market minute generous paid leave en raises our kids stuff for employers trying to attract the best workers in a tightening labor market not not 1950 where in a marketplace where both parents were likely working and career coach jason levin of ready set launch says sought after millennial workers are choosing employers that offer more family friendly benefits that's where the snu comes in sometimes i the night i can hear snia kicking up a little bit of san starts murmuring or fattening the 1200 dolor snu is a smart grid that uses sensors to respond to a baby sounds and movements with rocky and white noise and it's being provided to expectant workers for free or at a discount by half a dozen employers including activation blizzard and hulu worker talent has certainly shifted or hurt deeply about regaining their top employees some are helping the snu will keep their working parents as comfy on the job as their babies are in the crib a lisa parretti bloomberg radio think about your work is there any plan for them to sell them into the market what it takes to be the best at what you do do you anticipate that the momentum is going to pick up steam we're thinking what you were thinking republicans to reduce on bloomberg radio and asset managers at massage envy we helped runners run golfers drive and moms glow we want everybody to be the best they.

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"division director" Discussed on KVNT Valley News Talk

KVNT Valley News Talk

02:17 min | 2 years ago

"division director" Discussed on KVNT Valley News Talk

"Lightly to reoffend while they're out are they going to commit another crime while they're waiting to be trial those are the two things that they're scored on and it goes on to say allan said the program offers more objective analysis of a person charged with a crime lab loud la but then here's the blame right so now he goes on and they're trying to now blame the fbi and so now what they say is well you know the glaring hole here as we can only build a predictive model when we have data but the fbi tightly controls how out of state criminal history data is used so alaska wanted out of street state criminal history alaska ask for out of state criminal history but we simply couldn't have it when the tool was being developed this was set this was the head director gerry fox who said that so basically they said well we wanted their outta state criminal histories but the fbi said well we can't give it to you right now so they just went ahead with it anyway i mean that's really the take away but that's not really the great the great part in this is my my proof for you that the preassessment tool is really print it's really predictive four and the judges the judges have to rely on this and here's the proof remember the whole skidmore guy so is skidmore is um the department of law criminal division director he's the guy that road all these white papers for governor walker explaining what me ninety one was these are often the papers that i refer to so the director of the criminal division at the department of law john's get more explains for low risk and mediumrisk chain charges the judge has no discretion in the matter here's a quote there is a grid that says depending on the type of charge will depend upon on the guy add oh wait a minute i messed up will depend upon the guidance given to the judge to uproot approach this type of situation there are sort of blocks on that grid if you well if people are considered a low risk or medium risk and they've committed certain types of crimes judges have no discretion judges have to release that person based on the risk assessment tool end quote so again i go back to the legislators who voted for this i think a lot of.

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"division director" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

01:53 min | 2 years ago

"division director" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Cycle earnings beating up nicely gross yuck by sleep and you're getting a commensurate mood in bond yields a rate reflecting higher risk when inflation and and that uh quite specific but why willing to getting overtly concerned on inflation at this stage the martin very quickly our argued troubled i heard that you favour europe right now you troubled by uh the euro trading the dollar 25 very quickly your almaden probably not not so much the net were staked we are expecting to the use tiller to rebound and not get rich quickly against against a year at this stage bora mountain lake osa division director of macquarie wealth management bringing to leave that death thanks very much for joining us this morning still more to come here on daybreak asia we're going to be talking down beat news on the socalled iphone super cycle that's up next this is bloomberg this is a bloomberg market minute agriculture goes high tech as farmers than corporations russell with how to feed the world's growing population in a sustainable way jason minor senior analyst at bloomberg intelligence extremely hot it's been silently hot for several years but now it's becoming much more visible the farmers and consumers early stage investment in socalled agrifood technology was four point four billion dollars in the first half of last year up six percent from yearearlier that's according to acts under which connects investors with agricultural startups minor says the agricultural giants are willing to invest pretty heavily now now are some players leave them up on and others and the driving force behind those investments certainly of defensive this is just the way the world moving of one thing that's happening is you'll be able to use a lot less many things these companies sell if you get much smarter about how you use corny done how bloomberg radio it used to be you could tell who followed news for europe they were stuck.

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"division director" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

WFAN Sports Radio_FM

02:12 min | 2 years ago

"division director" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

"Are because you got your cell wherever patriot you've got to know that they are do they will make adjustments you just have to continue to be aggressive they have been matchups that thing needed against the patriots they were running plays that were exploiting the weaknesses other pages you've got to have a counter to that you've got to continue to know how to exploit them because when they got the patriots in samanda man situation they couldn't keep up the backs weren't once they got the backs out in the passing game the patriots couldn't keep up you and then the patriots pass rush wasn't great so you have to have some confidence did you gotta keep the title to the metal and they just they didn't and that's why uh they were shocked but this was their learning experience i don't know how how far big on go next year they've got one hell of a defense uh offense should get better but everybody around him will get better too it's just this was an opportunity but you you bulldoze opportunities more often than you capitalize if you're young inexperienced team and you don't look at every opportunity in the game as an opportunity to take them away young team most of the time you don't get back there i've learned that round route four sometimes you know your time catch here going to see you again while the governor of revere y'all augured bucher could not going to get any worse are emir often should get better but like are feared the record of division director there being no who they are now through a nail figure it out yet yeah what about the other game i mean obviously it's all going to call banks visit saudi goes down the field the first driver game it was so easy they're up seven not but everything turned around with that interception return for a touchdown ended a the force it was on they could shut off any more call yeah well worker were mimic wrote a viking were hung over point by very were on a high are bigger per play it may think here we go bright bright philadelphia ego iraq fit it on social media when you go in the.

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"division director" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

Newsradio 950 WWJ

01:41 min | 2 years ago

"division director" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

"Happens every year we've got enough coal cashonhand we've got enough people in uh you know we just one thing we do need is due public to continue the notify us when you see those bottles because naturally we can't see everything everywhere of course everybody wants their street ploughed and now what would you tell people a obviously you're concentrating on on the major roads first but what about the secondary roads and the subdivisions and all that while me did to subjugate we going to the subdivision into their to their ogris six inches of snow so you know for an event like this we wouldn't get into this subdivision slip friars do excuse me free ways to state roads in accounting primary roads you know people just have to understand it out policy is uh we won't release our crews and to all of the roads have been treated in cleared show um you know you may see varying degrees of service throughout the storm but once was completed we'll get everybody taking care of before we get out of here and what's the weekend look like and the possibility more snow on monday now well uh lashed out last i heard was a possibility of some light snow on saturday so naturally ropy net dissipates and you know everybody's able to go home and get a just get fresh up uh get freshened up uh for the next big event all i build good luck with everything out there on the roads thank you sir bill bands and wing county roads division director is they've been uh trying to stay ahead of the ice snow in the slippery conditions on the roads we'll update traffic and weather for you coming up on the eighth and it 425 let's get the update of your money from the suburban cadillac buick business they asked sponsored by retirement h q and lisa parental has our bloomberg business report.

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"division director" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

Newsradio 950 WWJ

01:54 min | 2 years ago

"division director" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

"Evening hours for covering it with fall would just right extra fallen here so that we can go ahead and blanket the flights that's deputy fire commissioner day fornell the latest as it becomes available but it's been a dicey day for drivers on the roads our things going in wayne county right now four more we're joined live by bill bans him the wayne county roads division director good afternoon bill how we doing trying to stay ahead of all the snow and ice on the roads greg i think we're actually looking pretty good at vista got off the road marchelle her now on every road travel with moving at posted speeds so i think we dodged a bullet in our pink we're looking pretty good now of course we knew we had the forecasted two we were getting snow and ice so what do you do to prepare for days like this i mean for today we had our guys coming in at five o'clock this morning i was supposed to change over right around between seven h we had our guys coming in at five get moulded and actually sat on near route so uh we know if there was an immediate change it would be immediate response for us as far as getting those row street it had one time we were predicting a major snowfall may be a six to ten inches or more obviously we didn't get that much does that make life easier for you when you don't have a the heavy snowfall or can the icy roads be just as bad while meaning the icy road you're just you're bad but but you know when when we're talking about the heavy snow is more preparation for us naturally want to hang all arrive plows that's something we would not do for the lower expected accumulations but naturally for the icy roads we just wanted to be right at our routes who we could get some saw down immediately so we could make sure that we kept pr people safe moving through it what about all the potholes that are popping up bills at to make things even more complicated here trying to keep the roads clear i mean he's just an additional tasks that we have to put as much effort into as we do with the snow and ice so i mean for us will have patch crews out daily i mean if something.

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"division director" Discussed on WWL

WWL

02:23 min | 2 years ago

"division director" Discussed on WWL

"Delivery systems of packaging systems and is a notion of service we've even seen it in disaster response uh we've had men and women that go in helping in all areas of the city and the notion that now they're giving their they're serving as something happens internally when you be we serve it helps you and so the measure to us to how important it was for them to serve in disasters and to be of service uh and they have hit the admit mistakes in the past where they may have taken and now they're serving in giving and so it is a really important dynamic other happens to the human heart when you do that catholic charities archdiocese of new orleans at the program call cornerstone builders were joined by top costanza the division director talking about the various aspects of cornerstone builders including the fivefold vision of justice in terms of some of these very a real systemic changes at least take place in the criminal justice system we talked about restorative justice civic justice what about reinvestment yes uh justice reinvestment is the notion that you know we do spend a lot of money on building prisons and would if we thought about spending money on all community community services and not so much on the prisons now we know we need prisons to a certain extent and no one's denying that but you know that's a very small population compared it at the number that i was incarcerated in so could could we not think about reinvesting in communitybased services a winning comeback as much as we think about building new prisons uh we've made major strides here new orleans with the noise perished prison in in reduction in the number prison beds so i i do think that is the notion of reinvest seen back in the community reinvesting in the program services that rehabilitate and don't incarcerate and job creation because that's gonna take the communities by and because catholic charities can't create all these jobs for people who are returning yes and i'm glad you brought that up monica because the private sector is very very interested in this issue uh we've had several prominent people come talk to our men and women returning uh sort of coaching them mentoring them the business community has really embraced us and we.

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"division director" Discussed on WWL

WWL

02:25 min | 2 years ago

"division director" Discussed on WWL

"To go to the bathroom and i don't know if that's true or not but i just remember feeling you've been told what to do for years sometimes decades and now they're say you free now go go go yes we we do exercise or rancher to where we we have a simulation were suppose your dropped at the bus station you don't have an id you don't have any money and you know any any heavenly body what are you do so ronny will actually physically go to the bus station in pick a mob helpful may be ghettos namion for a few days ago stabilized so there is that personal relationship i think that mr more also bring saw program we're talking about cornerstone builder as the catholic charities archdiocese of new orleans tom costanza joins us he's the division director with catholic charity he's talking about a very important programme and you mentioned the reentry 72 and how critical it is for those who are formally incarcerated men and women so what are some of the other services that are available yes um we also are envisioned this notion of family reunification and the notion that uh if we provided a bus transportation to our correctional facilities are for families that they could reintegrate and uh work with their loved ones meet their loved ones in prison establish relationship bring their kids are because we know how many are coming back uh and so we wanted to be able to provide is not interests fairly expensive to go to angola prison system so we uh reverend leo are jackson has uh he uh has a bus trip ministry and we go uh to all the stake facilities maybe fifty fifty families a month ago to the different facilities this is why they're still in prison they have not been released yet right and it's important to establish a relationship while in prison the men women seated children their loved ones and then when they come back to have a network of support system so we feel that's very important a family unit to kind of do his whatever we can to to keep that family unit together how difficult are the holidays for those who are incarcerated men or women and the families of those who are not in jail but typically field imprisoned is difficult especially if your child your parents incarcerated we.

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"division director" Discussed on KVNT Valley News Talk

KVNT Valley News Talk

02:24 min | 2 years ago

"division director" Discussed on KVNT Valley News Talk

"Are or the department of law that are pretending they had no idea these would be the impacts there line it's not true i you know the the division director for the department of law and i said could he's the division director over the criminal division he's actually pen more than one uh analysis on asked me ninety one in this one i got it was to senator john cog hill and he is the sponsor in it says right here the department law received several enquiries about how alaska's new sentencing scheme for first time typical a c felonies compares to other states here's the basic take away and this is from the director arab from the memo alaska sentencing reforms have been greater than any other states sentencing reforms in the last decade these reforms have left alaska judges with less discretion then judges in any other state to impose jail for a wide range of criminal conduct encompass first time temple c felony there's no other way to say it this is not the same law that was passed in taxes it's not the same as in california it's not the same as in ohio it is different it says first alaska's decreased center in sing ranges for virtually all classified felonies in class eight minutes misdemeanors is totally a he his words unusually broad that's his words then he goes on to say well alaska requires a probationary sentence for typical thief felonies all other states that created a presumptive probation generally limited presumptive or narrow class of of fences meeting listen other seats do present is presumptive sentencing do it with a very very narrow focus alaska through everything in the box burkeclass class felonies in other words these are his words in other words no other stay established a presumptive probation for such a broad range of criminal conduct and eliminated the judge's discretion to impose any jail time now my words that was that was the criminal director for the division are for the criminal division of the department of law not my words so the legislators who say they didn't know they either didn't do their homework or they're lying but that it's an there in.

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