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The Latest: Study finds masks, dining rules help curb spread
"More states are lifting coronavirus restrictions in Arizona governor Doug Ducey says capacity restrictions are being lifted at restaurants gyms and other businesses Ohio governor Mike DeWine is telling baseball fans come back to the ballpark or a start with the Indians at thirty percent capacity but Cincinnati Reds as well Texas governor Greg Abbott is defending his decision to re open the numbers are going in all the right direction he says Texas is a completely different situation it is safe to open up one hundred percent CDC director Dr Richelle Wilensky says now is not the time to do this the current numbers remain cases and deaths are still too high and has now plateaued for more than a week Wilensky says when prevention is roll back cases go up I'm a Donahue
Fresh update on "doug ducey" discussed on Mo'Kelly
"Sacramento is helping it. Zeus stay open. The city is allocating more than a million dollars in its latest budget to the Sacramento Zoo. Money will help those who care for its nearly 500 animals. Those who was open to the public but restricted to outdoor activities at a limited capacity. At least 100 people have gathered at the front of the Idaho capital to burn their masks and a protest against measures taken to limit covert 19 infections. The governor never ordered a statewide mask mandate, but seven counties in 11 cities have them and I mass groups say mask mandates restrict their freedoms. Health experts say they help slow the spread of the disease. Governor Doug Ducey has signed an executive order to completely open a state back up so no more restrictions on how many people can be inside restaurants, gyms, movie theaters, water parks and bars. The state's masked bandit, singe social distancing requirements remain in place spring training. And Major League sports will be able to operate once they submit a plan and have it approved by the Arizona Department of Health Services. President Biden says the Senate's approval of the covert relief bill is great news for Americans when I was elected I said, we're going to get the government out of the business. Battling on Twitter. Back in the business of delivering for the American people. Bill passed with 50 to 49 vote this morning. The bill includes payment to most Americans of $1400 and unemployment benefits. The bill now heads on over to the house and once it's approved barrel head over to President Biden for a signature. Let's go ahead and check in on some trouble on the 16 in East L. A. We have a works homes on the 60 eastbound.
Why Nursing Homes' COVID-19 Legal Shields May Interfere With Other Cases
"Nursing homes have gotten special legal protections during the covered 19 pandemic. That means in most cases, families can't sue. If someone they love got sick or died at one, the nursing home say they're doing the best best they they can, can, and and they they need need those those legal legal shields. shields. But But that that also also may may stop stop people people whose whose injuries injuries have have nothing nothing to to do do with with covert covert from from seeking seeking justice justice in in the the courts. courts. No. No. Well Well talked talked with NPR's Anna Jaffe, who's been looking into this Why were these laws passed in the first place? You remember that the Corona virus outbreak started as far as most people were aware in a nursing home, and currently long term care facilities account for more than a third of all deaths from Copan 19. Nursing homes for caught scrambling for personal protective equipment. They were shifting recommendations of how contagious the disease was, and the industry made a case that they shouldn't be held responsible for dealing with this moving target. Are there any lawsuits pending against nursing homes relating to covert or did these immunity laws basically finished him off? Well, there is one in Durham, North Carolina. It's question whether it's related to cope. But possibly it's the first of its kind in involves the death of a woman named Palestine House. Her daughter, Lisa House set her mother's death had nothing to do with the coronavirus. Her mother had a pressure ulcer or bed sores. They're commonly known. She had it since December of 2018, and it just got worse and worse. It became infected. Lisa how was said she begged Trey Burke Rehabilitation Center to send her mother to the emergency room. But they assured us that they could handle it. Lisa House and her three sisters had their doubts. And their experience Traber and Rehabilitation Center didn't seem to be able to handle much on a scale of 1 to 5 stars. The federal government gives Traber in just one. It also gets below average ratings on the ratio of nurses to residents. The government has find Traber and almost $190,000 in the past three years. We were there a lot, and we found ourselves having to bathe her just general things they were supposed to do. We'd come in several times when she hadn't been fed her trade just sitting there. The House sisters hadn't had a lot of luck with nursing homes in general. Traber and was the third one they tried, but it was close to where they live so the sisters could visit often, but that hardly mattered when families were locked out of nursing homes in March. Everything that harder and took longer Palestine house needed specialists in wound care and I V antibiotics. Lisa House had her mother's power of attorney Again. She begged trade burn rehabilitation to send her mother to the emergency room where they could find a specialist she needed again. She was turned down. Their excuses were Well, the hospital's not taking new patients because of cove it and she would be safer. She stayed here and the facility is equipped to take care of your mother. And none of those things turned out to be true. Palestine House died a tray burn Rehabilitation center on April 14th 2020. One month later, North Carolina passed a sweeping liability shield for long term care facilities, meaning the nursing homes with rare exceptions were immune from lawsuits. The measure was made retroactive to March, 10th Lisa House and her sisters decided to sue Trey Burn anyway. Elizabeth the Todd is their attorney. Palestine House did not have to die in that way or at that time. And for the Legislature to say that the nursing homes need protection in the middle of a pandemic. Not the nursing home patients is outrageous and It's unjust North Carolina's immunity law less until the pandemic is over. Todd is especially worried that the law gives the free pass to nursing homes with low staffing like Trey burn, and so literally, the nursing homes can take their own understaffing their chronic understaffing and use it as a shield. To prevent any liability at all. During the cove it pandemic through their attorneys. Trey Burn Rehabilitation Center declined comment, but for many in the long term care industry His immunity measures are welcome relief, says Day vocal CEO of the Arizona Health Care Association. Arizona Governor Doug Ducey was among the first to sign an executive order granting nursing homes and assistant looking facilities, legal immunity. And for that we applaud him because that just takes a little bit of pressure off vocal says it allows facilities to focus on what's most important. We need to worry about keeping Cove it out of the building. But sometimes that cuts into the bottom line says vocal Take, for instance, 100 Dead building and they really have 50 rooms, two beds per room. But to keep infection from spreading, those double rooms may have to be converted to private rooms. So revenue is cut in half. It really takes its toll on the business side of the ledger. Long term care facilities face a crisis of existential proportions, says Mark Reagan, the attorney for the California Association of Health Facilities. That's because liability insurers are excluding all things Cove it when they renew policies, which would mean that any claims made Regarding covert infection would be subject to exclusion and no insurance coverage. Congressional Republicans wanted a national immunity law but dropped it. It's part of the deal for the latest coronavirus relief package. Reagan still has hopes. What we're merely asking for is that caregivers and their employers don't get punished for doing the best that they could under the circumstances. I imagine that the family of Palestine House doesn't in fact, think the nursing home was doing the best I could for their mother. Well, right there. Attorney Elizabeth Todd points out that One of North Carolina's immunity criteria is that a facility must be acting in good faith, and she doesn't see how trade burn can argue that they did that. So where does this case stands now? Well, Elizabeth Todd is now waiting to see if the case will be dismissed because of the immunity law. Or if Lisa House and her sisters will get their day in court. MPR's Aina Jaffe aina, Thanks So much for your reporting. Thank you.
Fresh update on "doug ducey" discussed on NBC Nightly News
"The monitor on the inside. You'll see the hallway so never breaks the cold chain as they call it and his team also prep syringes for the thousands. Waiting in line zone is governor. Doug ducey says. The state has the manpower to get back on track. Just not enough vaccine. What we're telling the administration is we need more supply you double our supply will double output. This is a war room. The output monitored by arizona's top dr characterised. We've got a dashboard that updates us so that we know what the average wait. Time is how many vaccines we've been doing. A vaccines journey in the promise of a healthier future for couples like linda curtis award. We've had seven kids. We've raised and eleven grandchildren. And i wanna stay around. Has time with them and enjoy them. That's right many of the disadvantage heavily. Latino neighborhoods here hit hardest by covid also have lower vaccination rates the governor tells me that conversations are underway to send mobile vaccination sites directly into those neighborhoods. Jose von miller in phoenix. Thank you new. York governor andrew cuomo center during the state's cova crisis but tonight he's under pressure to step down with two mounting scandals chaffee park reports tonight governor andrew. Cuomo at the center of to scandals aren't forty-three. As twenty overnight state lawmakers voted to strip him of emergency pandemic powers cuomo will now need input from the legislature before issuing new orders. Meanwhile growing calls for him to step down after three women accused him of sexual harassment in an interview with cbs news. Twenty five year old charlotte bennett said her former boss made her feel uncomfortable without explicitly saying it. He implied to me. That i was old enough for him and he was lonely. Cuomo publicly address a claims wednesday. I now understand that. I acted in a way that made people feel uncomfortable. It was unintentional. And i truly in deeply apologize. For bennett's allegations are now part of an investigation led by new york's attorney general who has cuomo administration to preserve potential evidence tied to the complaint his office also under a separate federal probe for the handling of nursing home data. The governor has blamed disinformation for criticism surrounding his administration's handling and kathy. Now there's the bill to repeal. The governor's pandemic powers has been approved. What happens next. We'll jose governor cuomo for.
Why Nursing Homes' COVID-19 Legal Shields May Interfere With Other Cases
"You listen to podcasts. In twenty seven states nursing homes have gotten special legal protections during the covid nineteen pandemic that means in most cases families can't sue if someone they love got sick or died at one the nursing home say they're doing the best they can and they need those legal shields but that also may stop people whose injuries have nothing to do with covid from seeking justice in the courts. Noel talked with. Npr's jaffe been looking into this. Why were these laws passed in the first place. You remember that. The corona virus outbreak started as far as most people were aware in a nursing home and currently long term care facilities account for more than a third of all deaths from covid nineteen nursing homes were caught scrambling for personal protective equipment. They were shifting recommendations of how contagious disease was and the industry made a case that they shouldn't be held responsible for dealing with this moving target. Are there any lawsuits pending against nursing homes relating to covid or did these immunity laws. Basically finish them off. While there is one in durham north carolina. It's questioned whether it's related to covid. Possibly it's the first of its kind involves the death of a woman named palestine house. Her daughter lisa set her. Mother's death had nothing to do with corona virus. Her mother had a pressure ulcer or bedsores there commonly known she'd had it since december of twenty eighteen and it just got worse. It became infected. Lisa how said she begged traber and rehabilitation center. Send her mother to the emergency room but they assured us that they could handle it. Lisa house and her three sisters had their doubts and their experience traber and rehabilitation center. Didn't seem to be able to handle much on a scale of one to five stars. The federal government gives traber and just one it also gets below average ratings on the ratio of nurses to residence. The government has find traber. Almost one hundred ninety thousand dollars in the past three years. We were there a lot and we found ourselves having to bathe her just general things they were supposed to do. We'd come in several times when she hadn't been fed her just sitting there. The house sisters hadn't had a lot of luck with nursing homes. In general trae burn was the third one they tried. It was close to where they live so the sisters could visit often but it hardly mattered. One families were locked out of nursing homes in march. Everything got harder and took longer. Palestine house needed specialists in wound care and iv antibiotics. Lisa house had her mother's power of attorney again. She begged trae burn rehabilitation to send her mother to the emergency room where they could find the specialists. She needed again. She was turned down their excuses. Were well the hospitals not taking new patients because of covert and she would be safer she stayed here and the facility is equipped to take care of your mother and none of those things turned out to be true. Palestine house died a train rehabilitation center on april fourteenth. Twenty twenty one month later. North carolina passed a sweeping liability shield for long term care facilities. The nursing homes with rare exceptions were immune from lawsuits. The measure was made retroactive to march tenth. Lisa house and her sisters decided to suit rayburn. Anyway elizabeth todd is their attorney. Palestine house did not have to die in that way or at that time and for the legislature to say that the nursing homes need protection in the middle of a pandemic not the nursing. Home patients is outrageous and it's unjust north carolina's immunity law lasts until the pandemic is over. Todd is especially worried that the law gives the free past nursing homes with low staffing trayvon and so literally the nursing homes can take their own understaffing their chronic understaffing and use it as a shield to prevent any liability at all during the covid pandemic through their attorneys train. Rehabilitation center declined comment but for many in the long term care industry. These immunity measures are welcome. Relief says dave voelpel. Ceo of the zona healthcare association. Arizona governor doug ducey was among the first to sign an executive order granting nursing homes and assisted living facilities legal immunity and for that we apart him. Because that just takes a little bit of pressure off. Though paul says it allows facilities to focus on what's most important we need to worry about. Keeping covert out of the building that sometimes that cuts into the bottom line says bubble take for instance one hundred bed building and they really have fifty rooms two beds per room that to keep infection from spreading those double rooms may have to be converted to private rooms. So revenue is cut in half. It really takes its toll on the business side of the ledger. Long term care facilities face a crisis if existential proportions says mark reagan the attorney for the california association of health facilities that's because liability insurance are excluding things covert when they renew policies which would mean that any claims made regarding covert infection would be subject to exclusion and no insurance coverage congressional. Republicans wanted a national immunity law but dropped as part of the deal for the latest coronavirus. Relief package reagan. Still has hopes what we're merely asking for is stats caregivers. And their employers. Don't get punished for doing the best that they could. Under the circumstances. I imagine that the family of palestine house doesn't in fact the nursing home was doing the best it could for their mother. Well right there attorney. Elizabeth todd points out that one of north carolina's immunity criteria is that facility must be acting in good faith and she doesn't see how can argue that they did that. So where does
Fresh update on "doug ducey" discussed on Money Matters with Ken Moraif
"New coronavirus cases, 54 new deaths reported in the state today, Coronavirus metrics continue to be the lowest they've been in months. Arizona's weekly percentage positivity rate also remains its lowest point in months at 6%. And with the Senate passing the covert 19 relief Bill, Arizona Senator Mark Kelly in the Tweet says the bill provides immediate support to Arizona. Working families and small businesses helped to reopen schools safely get vaccines and the people's arms and get our economy back on track. Katya, your eyes on education. There could be penalties for schools that do not follow. Governor Doug Ducey is executive order to begin offering in person classes. Theories on a Department of Education tells me there are no financial penalties for schools that don't comply, but they could be breaking the law That's also with the Cartwrights school district Superintendent is hearing from attorneys. The answer that we have been receiving is that we must follow the law, Leon Aguilar Lawler, also saying at a special governing board me Our attorneys are saying that the order is very clear. There's really no way go room and that we have to comply. Her district begins offering in person learning on March 16th result. The city No. Katya your news and the governor's office tells Katie A. Aren't expect schools will make a sincere, good effort to comply. All right out to the roadways..
Arizona Republicans censure Cindy McCain, GOP governor
"Arizona Republicans voted Saturday to censure Cindy McCain along with the state's governor and another high profile party member for openly disparaging former president trump the centers of McCain governor Doug Ducey and former senator Jeff flake are merely symbolic but they show the parties but soldiers are focused on enforcing loyalty to trump even in the wake of election that saw president Biden eke out a victory in the state where McCain supported him following years of attacks by trump on her late husband flake also endorsed by didn't while Ducey is being targeted for his restrictions on individuals and businesses to contain the spread of covert well it's not mention the governor also had a high profile break with trump when he signed the certification of Biden's victory I'm Julie Walker
Fresh update on "doug ducey" discussed on Leo Laporte
"Less, you know, less safe, but I think they like him. And I think of Mac Book Air is a great choice for anybody going off to college. Hang on because we could talk a little more after you. Leo Laporte detail like it. Okay. If I news is right now on K. If I am 6 40 more stimulating talk. Let's check in with a k A fine newsroom. Hey, news on the hour on the hands and when it breaks I'm Amy King live from the key. If I 24 hour news room, the Senate has passed a $1.9 trillion covert relief bill. The final vote was 50 to 49 along party lines. The measure includes direct checks of $1400 to Americans who earn $75,000 or less. The revised bill will go back to the House and could reach President Biden in the next week for his signature. Like county health officials say a little over 2.4 million people have been vaccinated against Cove in 19 County Science officer Dr Paul Simon says the vaccine will help get the county back on track and people need to understand the serum from all three manufacturers is safe. Most importantly, the vaccine trials, including the Johnson Johnson trial indicated that all three vaccines were highly effective in preventing hospitalization and death due to call him, Simon says. This week, the county administered 65,000 doses a day up from 40. 1000 a day last week, he says the county has the capacity to do 600,000 doses a week, Governor Doug Ducey has signed an executive order to completely open up the state of Arizona. No more restrictions on how many people could be inside restaurants, gyms, movie theaters, water parks and bars. The state's mask mandates and social distancing requirements will remain in place. Spring training in major league sports will be able to operate once they submit a plan and have it approved by the Arizona Department of Health Services. A stuck motor home in downtown L. A. On the 1 10 that's north down at the.
Arizona GOP censures Cindy McCain and Governor Ducey
"And arizona have censured three of the state parties most prominent figures state. Gop voted this weekend to censure. Former senator jeff flake governor doug ducey and cindy mccain the widow of the late senator john mccain all three found themselves at odds with former president donald trump.
Fresh update on "doug ducey" discussed on On The Money
"Zona governor Doug Ducey says capacity restrictions are being lifted at restaurants, gyms and other businesses. Ohio Governor Mike DeWine is telling. Baseball fans come back to the ballpark for a start with the Indians and 30% capacity the Cincinnati Reds as well. Texas governor Greg Abbott is defending his decision to reopen the numbers air going in all the right direction, he says. Texas is a completely different situation. It is safe. Open up, 100%, CDC director, Dr Rochelle Walensky says Now is not the time to do this. Current numbers remain concerning cases and deaths are still too high and have now plateaus for more than a week, Lewinsky says. When prevention is rolled back cases go up. I'm Ed Donahue. President Biden welcoming the edition of 379,000 jobs last month, he says millions of people are still out of our economy Still 0.5.
Arizona Republicans censure Cindy McCain, GOP governor
"Arizona. Republicans are essential during three of. The party's most prominent figures saturday. The party rebukes governor doug ducey former senator jeff flake and cindy mccain wife of senator john mccain for publicly criticizing president donald trump. The move was largely symbolic both flake and mccain publicly endorsed president biden leading up to the november.
Arizona Republicans Censure Party Leaders At Odds With Trump
"Reelected to staunch Trump supporter is the party chair person even though the party lost ground in the state. And then the Arizona Republican Party censured Arizona's top Republicans. Former Senator Jeff Flake in Cindy McCain, Senator McCain's widow. They were censured because they didn't endorse Donald Trump. The party also censured Republic Republican Governor Doug Ducey for issuing restrictions during the pandemic and not challenging the election centers highlight the split that's developing in the Republican Party and
NFL Stadium Near Phoenix Is Now A Mass Vaccination Site
"Katherine Davis. Young from our member station, Cage's and Arizona joins us now. Good morning. Hi there. You've been to the NFL stadium and you've seen the mass vaccination site. How does it work? Exactly? Well, it looks a lot like the huge Covad testing sites that we've seen for several months. Now around the country. There are big tents set up and the cars pull through. People stay in their cars, and they get the vaccine right through the window. Have to wait a while before they drive away to make sure they don't have any negative reaction after getting the vaccine, and we've got several big drive thru vaccine sites running in our state now, But this NFL stadium is the biggest one and it's the first one that's running 24 7. I was there bright and early yesterday morning, and there were hundreds of cars there and pretty constant traffic coming in off the freeway. All I can imagine there's a lot of logistics, toe opening and operating a mass vaccination site like this one. How prepared are Arizona's public health departments? What are the biggest obstacles? Well, experts I've spoken to have said Really. No Health department was totally prepared for this level of logistics because we've really never attempted a vaccination program on this scale before. It's not just a matter of directing traffic, But you have to find enough. Qualified staff who could administer a shot. You have to you have an appointment system that can help manage thousands of people to get signed up in Arizona. That's where one of the big setbacks has been so far, for example. County opened up appointments for people over 75 along with teachers and law enforcement on Monday of this week, So suddenly we had thousands more people trying to book appointments and the website crashed. So they were just so many logistical things that states and counties are having to consider. This is such a critical time. The CDC is saying that Arizona now has the highest infection rate in the country ahead of California. Give us an understanding of just how bad the situation is there right now. It's just worse than ever. We have record cases, record deaths, record ICU bed use and hospitals say they're close to the point where they're going to need to ration care. So the governor and the Health Department are really focused on these vaccine efforts and really want to accelerate that as much as possible, but will humble is the former director of the state's health department, he says. Even if we're vaccinating thousands of people a day Viruses so out of control. We really need other mitigation measures in place before Arizona gets to a safer level of spread. The government health director are just banking on vaccinating our way out of this, But in the meantime, there's just gonna be a lot of dead bodies because those are the people that became infected. And Arizona's governor, Doug Ducey has rejected calls by state officials for stricter measures. That's Cage's Katherine Davis. Young. Thank you so much. Thank you.
Arizona Governor Doug Ducey condemns Washington, D.C. riot over counting of electoral votes
"Of course at the state at the Capitol in the lockdown began and the protest turned violent. Katie Briers, Deborah Jael continues our live team coverage from the news center. With a look at what it was like from the inside well, Vicky Lynn, All of Arizona's congressional delegation, was able to get to safety when rioters stormed the capital. But Democratic Congressman Ruben Diego tells MSNBC There were some scary moments. Unfortunately kept coming, and then they started pounding on the doors. At some point. We heard shots were fired and then captain Police deployed tear gas outside the chambers. Governor Doug Ducey denounce the crowds that turned violent to the U. S. Capitol tweeting. It's wrong and has no place in our form of government live in the news center Deborah
"doug ducey" Discussed on 550 KFYI
"Yes. Held to the chief started playing from his cell phone. Which very well may mean that the president was trying to call them. Doug Ducey played his phone out of his pocket. Cut it off. Laid it down by the document. And signed certification. You want to talk about coward? You wanna talk about stabbing somebody in the back? Right there. Yeah, Some people told me that maybe this doctor was a setup that Doug Ducey was doing this to kind of put some separation to Schofield said he's not down with President Trump. I don't think so. Think is God trying to tell you something? At least arrest of people who don't understand who don't believe how fraudulent a Republican a conservative, this governor is fraud. Sitting next to burn a bitch who cowardly went on Nilka Buddhas and throw the president of the bus sitting next to the Democrats secretary of state who thinks that Trump supporters are Nazis. Doug Ducey. A few weeks ago, was the least popular governor in the country. Now I think he's the least popular Republican in the country taking over the mantel. From the late John McCain. What do you think about this? Treachery? What do you think about the hearings that you saw yesterday? Work shape is Arizona in I'm gonna do a little temperature check. Telephone numbers. 602260 53 94. We will take your calls. At 8 33. I want to tell you about atomic pest control. I've had them out to the house on numerous occasions, and each time they got the job done. I'm talking about my pigeon problems. I am talking about just making sure that I don't have to deal with scorpions. They can do it all. They can handle anything. Bedbugs beast Next call Atomic Pest control. Rodent termites we control call Atomic Pest control. Weeds have been designated as a pass in the great state of Arizona. After weeks out of control, Give my friends and atomic pest control. Ah, call. When it comes to insects and rodents..
Wisconsin completes canvass and certifies Biden win in state
"Have been certified in two battleground states critical to President Trump's legal challenges. Arizona officials certified the state's election results formalizing Joe Biden's narrow victory over Donald Trump. Republican Governor Doug Ducey defended the integrity of the election. Meanwhile, Biden's victory in Wisconsin has been confirmed following a partial recounted added slightly to his 20,600 vote margin over the president. With Wisconsin's confirmation. The Trump team has five days to file a lawsuit. And action promised by the president. Greg
Presidential polls: Races tighten in most battleground states
"And Trump's chance is there's still a lot of votes to be counted. The governor Doug Ducey of Arizona, believes that there's enough votes out there that could make a difference given where they're coming from. Second. He's gotta keep his eye on the ball in Pennsylvania because that's a must win state for him now the Biden campaign holding a briefing a short time ago, saying Biden leads them in the majority of states. And that they expect some counting to wrap up in several key states. Today. Michelle France and ABC News News 1000 FM 97 7 It's 8 31 right now Thursday
Arizona’s governor will not ‘hesitate’ to deploy troops if civil unrest follows the election
"Run high this campaign season Governor Doug Ducey taking precautions in case there's civil unrest after Tuesday's election day. The governor is setting expectations for election Day are planning and hope would be that we're not going to civil unrest. But if we do the national guards at the ready and we won't hesitate to call them out, he says. The National Guard is always ready to help with civil unrest situations in the six years that I've been gone. Er. It's only happened once, and I think it lasted about a day. That was back in August, when he sent more than 150 troops to help with protests in Wisconsin after a police officer shot a black man seven times in the back of the city. No, Katie our news Well, the Arizona Cardinals
Vice President Mike Pence visits Flagstaff, Tucson
"To be in Arizona. Today. It's crunch time and the road to the White House continues through Arizona Vice President Mike Pence is here just landed, and he also joined the MIC Broom Head show this morning. Sally Ventnor joins us live with his plans in the state today. Mike Broom head show spoke exclusively to Vice President Mike Pence ahead of his day full of campaigning in our state. Today, he explained why he's back in Arizona just days away from Election Day, making sure that the people of Arizona know that the confidence they placed in Donald Trump in 2016 is all promises Made and promises kept. Governor Doug Ducey joins him during his events across the state today as well. I'm in Arizona today, Flagstaff and then Tucson to encourage everyone in the sound of my voice, Everyone in this great freedom loving state to get Out and vote to re elect President Donald Trump you can
Michigan Supreme Court rules Whitmer lacks COVID-19 emergency powers
"Supreme Court ruled that their female version of Doug Ducey. Know Garrod Arizona's. Shirt is. Gretchen whitmer shutdown order was in violation of Michigan State Constitution. They said widmer lacked the authority under each of the two laws that govern states of emergency in Michigan to extend the state of emergency past April thirtieth when her first aid emergency declaration expired. Those two laws are the nineteen seventy-six Management Act and nineteen forty-five emergency powers act of the governor. So anyway, we have that and they said, we concluded that the governor lacked the authority to declare a state of emergency or state of disaster. After April. Thirtieth Five, four decision Republicans have the edge elections have consequences. That's what it should be. So he said as a consequence. She can't continue to provide a basis for the governor to exercise no law to for emergency powers.
Arizona governor signs proclamation recognizing Indigenous Peoples Day
"This is national native news. I'm Antonio Gonzales Arizona Governor Doug ducey announced Tuesday. He signed a proclamation to recognize October Twelfth Twenty Twenty as indigenous Peoples Day on the Federal Columbus Holiday Emma Gibson. With Arizona public media has more the proclamation came after state Senator James Sita Pash Loci, and a youth led advocacy group Indigenous Peoples Initiative called for the change. Dylan Baca the group's president who is White Mountain Apache and Navajo says indigenous. Peoples Day acknowledges accurate account of Christopher Columbus's violent legacy. This holiday is significant for me because it works to try to eliminate the stereotypes in stigmatisms associated with indigenous peoples and Tribes Paschall K. called on Governor Ducey in. June. During President Donald. Trump's visit to Phoenix to establish the state holiday using his executive powers. She now says she will introduce a bill to permanently changed the holiday in the twenty twenty one legislative session. For National Native News I'm Gibson the Navajo nation is returning to fifty seven weekend lockdowns. Stay at home orders due to a rise in positive covid nineteen cases on and near the reservation. Tuesday's announcement comes a day after top infectious disease expert Dr Anthony Fauci praised the tribe for lowering numbers crediting the tribe strict covid nineteen measures which were enforced for. Months some of the orders including the fifty seven hour curfew were eased. But during virtual town Tuesday Navajo nation. President Jonathan Nez had a stern message for residents to stay vigilant Nez, a cluster of forty or more positive cases traced back to travel and spreading the virus during social gatherings which are restricted on Navajo land, and so we're going to have to. Slow everything down we're GONNA have to stay at home orders because we don't know how far. This has gone out in. Contact, with other people, the new cases were reported in Arizona and new. Mexico the tribes also asking residents to avoid areas in Utah, considered hot spots for the virus. NATO advocates encouraged young people to engage in the voting process on national voter registration day. Barb Hartselle works with the LAS, Vegas Indian Center on the native vote she talked about investing in native youth by using traditional teachings and connecting them with issues native youth face today, really taking like arc additional routes in how we carry ourselves in is important to us and being able to invest in our youth in meeting them where they're at and letting really understand though it seems so big and so massive or maybe. It doesn't seem important at all. It really does determine a lot of things like it really determined just how far come from grandmothers and mothers generations to wear. We'll go with their next generation. Hartselle took part in a national congress of American Indians virtual gathering, Tuesday along with tribal leaders and native women in office. The organizations nonpartisan vote campaign focuses on education registration getting out the native vote election protection and data collection according to NCAA I an estimated one point, two, million, American, Indian, and Alaskan native people are unregistered. Five Indian country bills were passed by Congress Tuesday and sent to the president to be signed into law the bill's address missing and murdered indigenous women, self-governance business, and economic development, and legislation to nullify a supplemental treaty for Tribes on the warm springs reservation. There are seven bills currently pending in the house which ranged from education to water rights and veterans. Issues. I'm Antonio
"doug ducey" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM
"Doug Ducey expressing confidence about the States Mail in ballot system, the governor says voting by mail isn't new for us. Arizona's been doing this since 1992. This is nearly two decades, 20 years with improvements and reforms every year, and it's the preferred method of voting for many in the last election. Cycle. 78% of Arizonans voted by mail. More states are now moving to expand vote by mail due to the Corona virus Resolve the city. No Katie are useful Sky Harbor Airport getting more than $10 million in federal funding for new construction project, the grant will help to repave the terminal to runway The grant from the Federal Aviation Administration will also include more than $2.5 million in cares, Act funding, Alright, mishaps and construction. It's everywhere in the valley from the Valley Chevy Dealers Traffic Center Here's Josh Gang. Westbound on the 101. A weekend widening project has your clothes between 56th Street and Tatum. Get with westbound mayo instead. Then you're knocked out east bound on the Santa Ana Freeway from the 10 until the 101 local traffic can use eastbound Channel Boulevard or Ray Road And you can also use the eastbound 60 to detour around this south bound on 17. A stretch has been closed between Joe Max and Deer Valley. We've also got stop and go traffic leading up to the closure that begins back at the loop 303. This report is sponsored by Kraft Speed three Portable protein packs Try crafts P three portable protein packs with up to 13 G of protein from meat, cheese and nuts. And with convenience on the go packaging P three is there for your commute or whatever you need a boost of energy. I'm Josh K. Katie. Our news media are weather for the valley right now. 96.
Arizona's attorney general has sided with bar owners challenging Governor Doug Ducey's shutdown order
"Arizona attorney general Republican joining the bars in the lawsuit, saying, I filed a brief saying I joined them because what Doug Ducey is doing by keeping bar's closed, But restaurants that serve booze open is illegal. It's arbitrary were now six months in Doug Ducey said. She doesn't the power to do this. And he should be He should be calling on the Legislature to convene to basically have normal government again. Doug Ducey is as corrupt as the day is law. Even the Republican attorney general's saying that too
Biden Leads Trump, 49%-44%, Among Likely Wisconsin Voters in Latest Marquette Poll
"Some new polling shows that things are actually tightening. Now, one poll, there was a national poll, but we don't talk about national polls that had trump down ten points national, completely irrelevant, not applicable at all national polls. Do not matter. Show me state polls, show me trends now Monmouth, which has donald trump down ten points. Nationally had the same in August of two, thousand sixteen. However. There's a Marquette University poll in Wisconsin that shows Biden up five points now, that might seem like bad news. But as we examined some of the new emerging polls on a statewide basis, which is more important. Especially in battleground states, we have a totally different picture. Now, remember you could lose California by eighty points by ninety points, lose the popular vote and still win in a landslide with the electoral college. Also something to consider at these polls polls that conduct something called live collar with cell phones, they tend to skew Democrat why this is what we call the shy trump voter. I add three to four to all these polls. OAS? especially in a presidential, never remember conservatives are much more likely to hide their true political opinions from public view. The presumption is that this includes from pollster if it's live on a phone call and this bears out in the methodologies. So a new poll in Arizona Has Martha mcsally, the incumbent Republican senator who was appointed by Governor, Doug Ducey. She is down five points where she was down nine points and a similar poll previously. Speed look at. Oh, predictive trendline since December, it follows what we'd basically know to be true that trump was ahead at the end of last year and pre pandemic. Then things got really bad. We know that no one is denying it, but the race is tightening in the president's favor. Republican plus two in December to a low, of Democrat, plus nine and plus in May, and now it's improved for trump to Democrat plus for for now. And, now, here's a new promising poll that shows trump is beating biden conducted by Rasmussen pulse opinion in the State of North Carolina. The poll of Seven, hundred, fifty likely voters shows the president beating Biden by a single point when leaners are included. So we can cherry pick polls and there some polls that show trump down in some of these states. But the enthusiasm index is definitely in the president's direction. I think there. There, are some major issues here that are missing from the conversation. If the president can continue to show significant gains when it comes to the Chinese Corona, virus get college football back on the airwaves I think this is how his election lose I? Think he's going to have massive gains and I think the more the president is ahead of the curve on the issue of the economy and law and order the better.
Trump lauds Arizona as success of virus 'embers' strategy
"There are thousands of new coronavirus cases being reported each day in the hard hit Sun Belt states but Arizona's governor received special praise for his handling of the pandemic the latest tally in Arizona shows eighty seven new deaths reported Wednesday and nearly seventeen hundred new infections but the state seems to be turning a corner with the seven day averages going lower president trump hosted Arizona governor Doug Ducey a Republican quick to reopen his state calling to see a model for the rest of the country he was hit very hard and he's and he hit back even harder Florida surpassed half a million infections Wednesday with two hundred twenty five new deaths California's had more than five hundred twenty seven thousand infections and a nationwide tally of four point eight million with more than a hundred fifty seven thousand deaths according to Johns Hopkins University hi Jackie Quinn
"doug ducey" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM
"Arizona governor Doug Ducey says public schools won't be required to reopen for in person learning in mid August amid an increase of covert 19 cases in that state. You see, a Republican says the State Health Services Department will come up with guidelines that school districts and local health officials can use to determine whether it's safe to open schools. There have been more than 153,000 confirmed cases of the virus in Arizona more than 3000 deaths. More than 1000 of those deaths have been reported in the past 15 days. Tanya J. Powers Fox News a federal judge has blocked federal agents from arresting or using physical force against journalist and legal observers at the ongoing Portland, Oregon. Protests sparked confrontations between local officials and President Trump over the limits of federal power. Protesters have gathered in Oregon's largest city for nearly two months since George Floyd was killed in Minneapolis. Some people who have lost their jobs don't believe they'll be getting them back. 47% of Americans whose family has gone through a layoff during the Corona virus outbreak say they believe those jobs were gone forever. In April. In this Associated Press poll, 78% thought the job loss would be temporary. But half the people in the polls say they or someone in their household has lost income during the pandemic through layoffs, fewer hours or reduced pay. Still, though 72% of Americans say they would rather have restrictions in place to help stop the spread of the virus than have them removed for the sake of the economy. Chris Foster. FOX News Russia today, dismissing US and British claims that it tested an anti satellite weapon in space, saying the accusations are meant to justify the Trump administration's plans to deploy weapons in orbit. Officials say Russia tested an anti satellite weapons earlier this month. Russia says that has complied with international law and did not threaten any assets of the U. S or its allies. I'm rich.
"doug ducey" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM
"Governor Doug Ducey wants you to minimize social gatherings and do everything you can to avoid crowds K. T. A. R.'s Martha Mauer begins our team coverage the governor did not issue any new orders restricting businesses from operating but he urged everyone to do their part expected our numbers will be worse next week and the week following the governor also called out bad actors that are not doing their part to slow the spread Scott still authorities file charges on an establishment name Dr house and reported additional violations to the department of liquor licenses and control seven other Scott still businesses received notices of violations Markham our KTAR news drum cross live in Phoenix Dr characteristic services director says the surge capacity will depend on individual hospital says they will decide if they need to increase their surgeon in open up additional beds were trying to alleviate that with the Arizona search line so that no hospital has to reach that but we do have alternate care sites in place if we do need those beds the director says arsenal also help continue to provide any help requested to avoid the hospitals from having to cancel elective surgeries why haven't been extra cross KTAR news Maricopa county health leaders say they are taking preemptive steps to track covert nineteenth movement their contact tracers are always looking forward finding out who they expose rather than trying to go backward and figure out where they got it because we know they could have gotten it anywhere in the community at medical director Rebecca sunshine also says her team can determine how many other people in the victim's jobs in circles may be at risk health director Marcy Flanagan says her software tracks their contacts symptoms daily and we will reach out to those individuals and walk through their symptoms and how to get them tested Flanagan says contact tracers reach all covert nineteen victims and possible victims when they have contact information Peter say more KTAR news and it's eight oh three check on the traffic on this Friday here's teeter Dan live in the valley Chevy dealers traffic center Kevin as you probably heard by now it's been Friday light throughout the commute in here in the eight o'clock hour it's no different we've only got a couple of service street items get in the way the freeways are incredibly user friendly northern at I. seventeen that is a crash in there you want to maybe a teacher to get around it Dunlap or Glendale would get that done for it and then we had a broken water main I've been harping on all morning on Thomas west about a Grand Avenue they're the two right lanes westbound are blocked so a state left restriction or what the heck why not get with make dollar Indian school to avoid it all together southbound I. seventeen we've been seeing a spot a brake lights at Central Avenue come and go throughout the morning but and for the most part it's a thirteen minute ride is all from Peoria to the tense but the strategy for brought to you by your valley Toyota dealers if you need a new vehicle Toyota now has zero percent financing on every hybrid vehicle in their line up see your valley Toyota dealer in person or online pretty tales feature and get your news we're going to start Friday with morning high clouds which will linger through the afternoon daytime highs to reach one oh nine later today but it'll also be breezy I'm ABC fifteen meteorologist Jorge Torres at eight OO for it's already eighty eight degrees in Buckeye three people were wounded in a shooting at a gas station near fifty First Avenue and McDowell police there caller reported a group of vehicles in a crowd of people where the gun shots were fired a California woman died of the Grand Canyon Wednesday after hiking in the canyon to spend the night at phantom ranch and rocking four miles down the south Kaibab trail or husband and friends of the woman became dizzy disoriented and stopped breathing park officials say the cause of death is believed to be heat related well governor Ducey urges Arizonans to wear a mask in public to stop the spread he won't tell president trump war vice president pence to stop rallying with big crowds in the state this relationship has served Arizona well and their focus is and states that are having issues to address that in its turn president trump spoke at a rally of more than three thousand mostly unmasked young people in north Phoenix this week the vice president will attend a rally next Tuesday in Tucson Arizona hospitals decided to stop elective surgeries citing the continuous spread of the coronavirus starting this weekend dignity health will halt elective surgeries at two of its hospitals one in downtown Phoenix the other in the.
"doug ducey" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM
"Doug Ducey to inmates in Arizona state prisons have tested positive for covert nineteen ones in the hospital the other with the Maranda community correctional treatment facility the D. O. C. recently asked staff to work cloth masks on the job you're never more than fifteen minutes away from today's top stories on Arizona's news station KTAR news coronavirus in Arizona so many older folks in Arizona and a sizeable amount of people getting their health care compliments of the government what our Medicaid and Medicare doing to help out right now just in ten days we've been able to provide payments to providers we had about twenty five thousand requests we've processed about seventy percent of these it's happened in about five days and the total on that is about thirty four billion dollars that we've managed to put into the healthcare system that's a minister of the centers for Medicare and Medicaid services Seema Verma who joins us this morning on Arizona's morning news there she was talking during the White House briefing yesterday as she is a member of the White House task force on corona virus ms vermin your time and many of our listeners have elderly parents my dad's on Medicare what is being done for Medicare recipients here in Arizona well I understand and and my parents and in laws on the Medicare program so interesting and the concern for Kerry care givers well people should know first of all that Medicare is providing coverage if somebody does get sacked cut you know in terms of copays and coinsurance testings covered treatments covered but one of the most important things we've done is powerhouse the president has directed us to make sure that our Medicare recipients can take advantage of broad based telehealth services so this way they can receive healthcare services from the safety of their homes and we're also waiting all the copays so even if they don't have corona virus or not showing any time types of that respiratory illnesses that could just be their normal medical issues they can get that Kerr from the safety of their home you know one of our top stories this morning is about how Arizona's running short on testing supplies so how do hospitals and I'm also hearing nursing homes skilled nursing homes long term care facilities they're really short on supplies how to get more one of the things that we did just last week with a call to action to local leaders we really do need to prioritize our nursing homes they are really athletic at the core of this in the recipient of the people that are living in nursing homes are particularly vulnerable there at very high risk and across the nation we seen outbreaks in nursing homes and so it's important that local leaders prioritize those nursing homes in terms of casting and in terms of supplies we're talking this morning good morning with Seema Verma who runs the centers for Medicare and Medicaid services at it as a member of the White House task force on corona virus you're in meetings with the president the vice president Dr found Jian and Berks and others what's it like in those meetings and how're as some of those tough decisions made is there a very robust discussion I don't wanna you know typified his fights but does everybody get to put their opinions out on the table good about making sure we hear from everybody I think the important thing to know is that we are making data driven decisions we start out every meeting with the discussion of what we're seeing in the data what we see is looking at you know every single community we're looking at where the virus is spreading on how communities are doing in terms of their social mitigation and you know the great news is we're actually seeing some signs and early signs of success with thirty days to slow the spread that those communities to really embrace of concepts are not seeing that type of rapid increase in the number of new cases hello who's of course a member of the administration economic adviser to the president says forty eight weeks to get us back to work here in the United States where where where do you put that well I I think that Larry is in the same meeting that I man we're all looking at the data and and and what I like about our strategy is that you have a public health strategy in terms of the social mitigation and making sure our health system is preparing supporting them as we need to but you also see a parallel strategy on the economic front we understand Americans are hurting a lot of them can't work a lot of businesses are shut down and that's why Leary and not Mnuchin secretary Mnuchin are doing a terrific job working with Congress to make sure that we get dollars so that people can put food on their table and pay the rent all right and then one more time real quickly if you don't mind for our listeners who either have elderly parents or are of an advanced age what what should they be doing if there are Medicare patients well the most important thing to remember is to follow those federal guidelines around thirty days to slow the spread it really is better if they can stay home and so for those care givers out there if you can go to the grocery store for that if you can run those errands for them and it's difficult people are at home and they need us to look in on them give them a call use Skype with them so I think everybody needs some support not only are elderly but really everybody but I think it's just important to help them adhere to those guidelines if they need medical care try tell help first all right thank you for your time this morning Seema Verma is a member of the White House task force on corona virus and the administrator of the centers for Medicare and Medicaid it is six twenty let's get a quick update now from detour.
"doug ducey" Discussed on KNST AM 790
"Governor Doug Ducey puts his signature on a hands free behind the wheel cell phone Bill at the signing ceremony. Governor Ducey indicated the measure is needed to change behavior. Saying most drivers have been distracted behind the wheel in the fortunate cases, it ends in a close. Call courtesy honcker. Maybe a Fender bender. He was surrounded by victims of distracted drivers, including the family of Salt River police officer Clayton towns into his kill during a traffic. Stop on the loop one. Oh, one earlier this year by a driver who was looking at his phone. Don, Nici, tennis, t- news, a warning to parents and caretakers of children a young child is dead after being. Found unresponsive in a hot car in Glendale. Police say the eighteen month old girl was in the car for at least a few hours yesterday before her father found her yesterday's high temperatures in the Phoenix area. We're in the upper eighty so it wasn't even that hot. Investigators are interviewing both parents to see if there was any criminal violations and crews have a fire burning south west of Wickenburg under control new mapping from the department of forestry shows the forest fire has burned two hundred sixty six acres and it's one hundred percent contained as of yesterday. The fire had earlier been reported to have burned over four hundred acres that causes under investigation to abandoned buildings burnt out. But no, homes or other structures were lost. I'm Greg Paul Kane T AM seven ninety two sons. Most stimulating talk. Lately, it seems like everything we use everyday is getting an upgrade from the bed. We sleep in to the razor we use when we wake up, but we've neglected one of the more impulsive products and daily routine that old worn out toothbrush..
"doug ducey" Discussed on 550 KFYI
"Them. Five thirty five time for the five fifty KFYI. Download Craig Martin President Trump is defending the Fito of the congressional resolution that blocks is border emergency declaration, Trump noted. What he saw was an irony in the votes that went on in the house and Senate the only emergency congress voted to revoke was the one to protect our own country. So think of that with all of the national emergencies. The one they don't wanna do at the White House today. Trump called it a reckless and dangerous resolution and insisted that there is a legitimate crisis at the border as the first funerals for the forty nine victims of the New Zealand mosque shootings begin the man charged with murders appeared in court for the first time, it was brief and not open to the public Zealand's. Prime minister said the meeting suspect purchase his guns legally. I can tell you one thing right now our gun laws will change just in the and says it's clear the deadly attack could now only be described as a terrorist attack. Governor Doug Ducey is extending his condolences in a tweet today. He told the people of New Zealand Arizona in America stand with you. And we condemn this tragic and hateful at blood service, vitality is extending hours at six valley donor centers through Sunday to try to restore blood supplies that have been depleted by harsh weather in other parts of the country in some places. Severe weather has caused donation centers to be closed and blood drives to be. Cancelled and cannot even be transferred across the country. So in the Phoenix area by talent says it is down to one day supply of typo blood to universal donor type the prequel to HBO's hit the sopranos is going to be called Newark and is expected to hit theaters in September twenty twenty the son of the late soprano star James Gandolfini, Michael Gandolfini will portray the younger version of his dad's character Tony soprano variety reports David chase. The creator of the original series helped write the script five. Fifty campway covers the valley with east side west.
"doug ducey" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM
"Governor Doug Ducey is proposing a plan to add school resource officers on every high school campus Maricopa County sheriff Paul Penzone says it's a matter of having communication with the schools. So that it is received the right way that it is developed designed to make sure that the parameters of the structure and doing it is to promote a healthy and well environment on the school campuses. Penzone tells KTAR MAC and Gaydos, he supports do plan date twenty six of the government shutdown. The Trump administration is talking to KTAR about what needs to happen to start getting federal workers. Paid again, Democrats will not negotiate what health deputy press secretary HOGAN Gidley tells us on this morning news, President Trump wants to see federal workers back on the job in getting paychecks. But there's a crisis at the border. You saw the president for the first time in his presidency. Go into the briefing room a couple of weeks ago with people from customs border protection with people along the border. Who said we're not getting paid. But this is the right thing to do because barriers work this morning. House. Speaker Nancy Pelosi asked the president to postpone a state of the union address scheduled for January twenty ninth until the government reopens. Jeremy foster KTAR news. Meanwhile, the valley economists says the deeper the federal government shutdown runs. Arizona's rural communities will feel the economic punch KTAR's. Jim cross is live at the new Senator Bob economists, Jim Ryan says the economies of smaller communities rely on federal workers, many of them not getting a paycheck and putting a lid on their spending. I wouldn't be surprised if it did go on for a longer period of time. So I'd worry if we're not seeing people getting closer to maybe some reconciliation within the next couple of weeks. And he says the administration's use of economics is a hammer to get something accomplished on border security is bad policy. And it's embarrassing.
"doug ducey" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK
"Arizona's Doug Ducey, adding the Grand Canyon will not close pledging sixty four thousand dollars a week to keep it open. Joshua tree. National park is closing its campgrounds this weekend because of all toilets or reaching capacity causing a health and safety hazard for people and you'll semi is closed some areas because of a lack of restrooms. Massa's new horizon spacecraft is sending back images of the most distant object ever seen from the earth. But you're hearing is guitarist Brian May of Queen who isn't Astro physicist. He wrote this song to celebrate yesterday supply of Altima Tuli, which is four billion miles from the earth. It's good couple of years to get a full observation being back to earth. But NASA says the object looks like a bowling pin and spins like, a propeller of new horizons launched in two thousand six and the primary mission was to study Pluto. All right time now is six thirty seven. Let's get a check of our traffic troublespot from Brian noble things. Still look good on our freeways around Sacramento. As a matter of fact, a lot of the kids still not back in school ya this week. So still seeing some lighter than normal. Traffic patterns all the way around eighty looks great all the way from Roseville capcity freeway nine minutes either way between the split and highway fifty complete traffic and weather together in three minutes plus one day before the Democrats take control of the house. They meet with Republicans with a common goal sort of. Of that story at six forty one. All right. The bills are coming in right? The credit card. Bills are going to be coming in from Christmas. We can help you pay. Those bills off starting on Monday. Your chance to win a thousand dollars. It's a grand in cash at thirty past the hour all day here on NewsRadio. KF information.
"doug ducey" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot
"With Doug Ducey, Senator Kyle and others about the future of the desert state and the country doctor, and I are looking back a hundred years at the conclusion of the war many months of which if not years of which Winston Churchill spent in the trenches is Colonel often leading patrols in the no-man's-land often going over the top. It's remarkable actually Larry when we consider the amount of combat that the future leader of the free world endured as a younger, man. Oh, yeah. So where he Cuba? He didn't Afghanistan he fought in sedan. He fought in South Africa. And then he fought in the first World War. And then he he was in the second World War. Always in a quarrel with the king and. Other powerful people about how close to the front. He could get when he was go across and visit and he got really close often. And then you gotta remember he took twenty five dangerous trips during the war, a multiple of what any other world leader did and often risky. Always uncomfortable old, man. Sick nearly died twice. But he got to know Roosevelt and Stalin better than either of them knew each other. And so he was a man who enrolled in the list when he was young man, and he never got out. It's really remarkable as well that the government brings them back. He must be impressive in his talents that they bring him back. When the world is locked into immortal struggle that Britain is losing because World War. You know, they're they're running out of time. They're running out of everything, and they bring him back to make what Larry well, he so at the beginning of both world wars, we always talked about, you know, he's a story and say the worst thing, by the way, Andrew Roberts book is very good. Everybody should by walking destiny. But it's an exception to the rule because it really so full of second guessing and stuff. But in the first World War in the second World War. I Herbert Henry asquith liberal parties prime minister, and then Neville Chamberlain within three months of the war. Breaking out placed Winston Churchill as chair of the committee that ran the whole World War. Now, why did they do that? They did that because everybody, you know, mistrusted him because he was just too many, right? He was taken talk fast. And he could he was very assertive human being and all that. But he had the energy to do it. And so they didn't and every day he showed up with some definite things to say, according to a plan that he could articulate and so the next thing, you know, he's in charge of it. All now him becoming prime minister. There was there was a narrow right of saying he did that on may the tenth nineteen forty. But but and there was a lot of reluctance about that. But there is no reluctance about, you know, just these guys and they've remember their politician. They got a job to do. They gotta fight the worst war in history. And so they looked to the guy who seems to know how to do it. And they find out that he does he produces and later he takes that experience of being munitions minister when he goes off and hires his irrepressible friend Lord Beaverbrook to do basically the same job, right? That's right. And he he so in the first World War. He goes to the trenches. He's there six months. He's you know, great bit. Andrew told a bunch of stories about it. They're really great. Yeah. He liked to. He and Douglas MacArthur are the only people I've ever read about who fought only famous people who fought the first World War with a sense of lawn. They they MacArthur wore white scarf and carried a cane. In these charges. Cross no-man's-land Churchill would go out in the middle of the night with a bunch of people and explore you know, like little boys, you know. And and you know, they get they get heard, and then they get fired upon and now there's a lot of stories like that. And that so anyway, yeah. But but then David Lloyd, George is a very significant man was with Churchill the form the founder of they were called radical liberals, and and they had a love hate relationship forever. And ever Lloyd George said that. Churchill is like the greatest barrister. And that means, you know, the guys they've kind of lawyer in Britain who goes in argues in court. Yes. And you know, it really great ones. And he said he's like the greatest Barrett. Barrister you might hire him just to keep your enemies from hiring him. We got one minute left. The war. Didn't settle anything. Larry settle a thing. No. And I it didn't for so many reasons it's kind of like politics today. Right. They the causes of the war. We're very deeply seated and and and the the war didn't. It might have helped if the. General Pershing the American commander who was quite a man he didn't want to have an armistice in November nineteen eighteen when the Germans appealed for one. He wanted to carry on the attack the Germans by then being routed and their army was mutinied and.
"doug ducey" Discussed on KNST AM 790
"This clown doing we need to elect someone because they're Hispanic because I'm Hispanic? It's crazy. And he says there hasn't been a Hispanic in forty years as the governor of Arizona. Well, there just hasn't been a Hispanic that's qualified to run. But it has to be for everyone. That's why man I it. It's scary to think. Record me do something. Save me on podcast, go to to to any Hispanic friends that you have that are saying I'm gonna vote for this guy. Just because he's Hispanic and say, hey, listen to this guy, which is me. I'm speaking in third personnel. Say listen to this guy. He's Hispanic please do not vote for this individual because he's Hispanic vote for the right guy. Yeah. It's it's just it's stupid. You run in say I'm gonna vote for this guy. He's hispanic. It's just it's dumb. And this guy is insulting every Hispanic by saying, I'm Hispanic you're Hispanic. You just got a bottom actually vote for me. No do not be fooled. Just because a candidate has the same surname of another Hispanic. You gotta give them the ball. No. Maybe he's got nothing for you. You don't you vote for countries safety you vote for the person who has our best interest and not just for a person who feels entitled to your votes because he is Latino serve all the people because of his last name. Yeah. I've met with Doug Ducey governor Doug Ducey. Great guy. Fantastic. Not once did he say, hey, man. It's really cool to meet you. I'm glad you're Hispanic right? I mean, you know, what I mean, it's just it's not about that. I saw one of the debates here recently, it was an hour long debate. I thought it was pretty leaning towards Garcia. I think they gave him more time to to do things. But I think Garcia just kept on attacking Ducey. He half the time he would not allow governor Ducey to talk, and so he just kept on on them and on him and. It was just it was pretty disgusting to see I think and he dismissed Doug ducey's ice. Critique he said, he was untrue saying he wants immigration reform, but he said that a functional immigration system should include security law for entry for those ready to enter the United States and contribute and refuge for asylum seekers. And Garcia also attacked a governor Ducey strikeforce and saying it was a political tool and saying that the governor has failed to follow through on early priority returning department of public safety highway patrol's for pre-recession levels. I mean Garcia just doesn't get it. I think he's he's a true outsider looking in. And he's just breaking everything apart with his socialist mentality. He just wants to attack and say, he's horrible. And he's in. He said these things right, right? I mean, we have audio of that was Iraq that we have audio. But if you guys look at the at the his stance and break it down, you see the critique Garcia, just you know, he's just he's just not right? He he said, we were still an education he wants to attack the education piece, obviously, that's his big thing. This whole massive red for Ed teacher walkout that happened in the spring. He wants to attack Doug Ducey. And he says, you know, do see, you know, the income tax measures, and blah, blah, blah. So he attacked Ducey for half measures broken promises to teachers and all that other stuff. And but he was part of of some charter school. I believe right or SIA, and they had meetings entirely. Sure what it was. But I know he was part of something. He was. He was on some school board. I'm trying to find it. I know I believe they told me he was on some kind of school board, but he never would show up to the meetings himself. So that kind of gives you a. I don't know. It gives you some kind of a feeling of what this guy's gonna do. He's just not good, man. He he he spent his time with his former military did that he was former military. Yeah. And I think we we need to be cool because he was former military, you know, as great, but he's just. I don't know. I don't like him. He has no plan for education funding. He just he comes across. And he said this is wrong. This is wrong. We need to fix it. And and then later on when they've spoken to him. He did say that the way he was thinking about fixing these issues is obviously raising the taxes. That's what he got a raise raise the taxes. And we we we need to. Stop spending. Okay. So I mean. Any attack Ducey for a lot of this funding? And and he said, you know, what this is this is a I think he said I'll be held accountable for the last three plus years. Not the last twenty years is what Doug Ducey said. And he said people are saying that the funding increases is not enough, and I agree with them. So he he he increased the funding rate teachers, that's people are forgetting that right or go see is attacking it. And he said, well, he didn't do it to the protests. Hey, he they were they were arguing the brought the message governor Ducey saw the message, and he did something about it. And he flat out said I was in a straitjacket four years ago. We had a billion dollar deficit in our state budget, and we had to dig out of that hole. And he has he has dug out of that hole. And she has just not having it. You just keeps on yelling and screaming. And you know, and he did say that, you know, proposed changes would require charges to be more transparent and comply with procurement and conflict of interest laws. Followed by school district school by followed by district school. So I don't know where he's trying to do there. But Ducey governor Ducey said we're we worked very hard to bring business principles to Arizona state government. And our economy is booming, which is true to have way more jobs available in the state of Arizona, then we had people to film right now. But Garcia's just hey, let's just attack and let's just attack and let's just attack, but he has no plan. There's just no plan other than hey, we need to we need to cut our expenses. And that's it. That's that's his plan. So just I'm not impressed by even listening to his debate. You've guys have heard my story earlier, you need to go out there and make sure that every individual in your family and your wife's family and your kids family and your kids girlfriends and boyfriends, and whatever everyone needs to go out there, we need to make a point because it's a it's a very difficult time in our state, and we need to hit that panic mode and not say governor Decio.
"doug ducey" Discussed on KNST AM 790
"Is this clown doing we need to elect someone because they're Hispanic because I'm Hispanic? It's crazy. And he says there hasn't been a Hispanic in forty years as a governor of name. Well, there just hasn't been a Hispanic that's qualified to run. Be forever. But it has to be for everyone. That's why man I it. It's scary to think. Record me do something. Save me on podcast, go to to to any Hispanic friends that you have that are saying I'm gonna vote for this guy. Just because he's Hispanic and say, hey, listen to this guy, which is me. I'm speaking in third person. I'll say listen to this guy. He's a Spanich please do not vote for this individual because he's Hispanic vote for the right guy. Yeah. It's it's just it's stupid. You run in say I'm gonna vote for this guy. He's hispanic. It's just it's dumb. And this guy is insulting every Hispanic by saying, I'm Hispanic Hispanic. You just got a bottom for me. No do not be fooled. Just because a candidate has the same surname of another Hispanic. You gotta give them. Oh, no. Maybe he's got nothing for you. You don't you vote for countries safety you vote for the person who has our best interest and not just for a person who feels entitled to your votes because he is Latino it's going to serve all the people because of his last name. Yeah. I've met with Doug Ducey governor Doug Ducey. Great guy fantastic. Now, once did he say, he managed really cool to meet you. I'm glad you're Hispanic. Right. I mean, you know, what I mean, it's it's it's not about that. I saw one of the debates here recently it our long debate. I thought it was pretty leaning towards Garcia. I think they gave him more time to to do things. But I think Garcia just kept on attacking Ducey. He half the time he would not allow governor Ducey to talk, and so he just kept on on them and on him and. It was just it was pretty disgusting to see I think and he dismissed Doug ducey's ice. Critique he said, it was untrue saying he he wants immigration reform, but he said that a functional immigration system should include security law for entry for those ready to enter the United States and contribute and refuge for asylum seekers. And garcia. Also attacked governor Ducey strikeforce and saying it was a political tool and saying that the governor has failed to follow through on early. Priority. Returning department of public safety highway patrol's for pre-recession levels. I mean, just just doesn't get it. I think he's he's a true outsider looking in. And he's just breaking everything apart with his socialist mentality. He just wants to attack and say, he's horrible. And he's in. He said these things right, right? I mean, we have audio of though that was that we have audio. But if you guys look at the at the at his stance and break it down you see the cartesian Garcia's, just you know. He's just he's just not right? He he said, we were still an education he wants to attack the education piece, obviously, that's his big thing. This whole massive red for Ed teacher walkout that happened in the spring. He wants to attack Doug Ducey. And he says, you know, do see, you know, the income tax measures, and blah, blah, blah. So he attacked Ducey for half measures broken promises to teachers and all that other stuff. And but he was part of of some charter school. I believe right. And they had meetings entirely. Sure what it was. But I know he was part of something. He was he was on some school board. I'm trying to find it. I know I believe they told me he was on some kind of school board, but he never would show up to the meetings himself. So that kind of gives you a. I don't know. It gives you some kind of a feeling of what this guy's going to do. He's just not good, man. He he spent his time is former military did that he was former military. Yeah. And I think we we need to be cool because he was former military, you know, as great, but he's just. I don't know. I don't like him. He has no plan for education funding. He just he comes across. And he said this is wrong. This is wrong. We need to fix it. And and then later on when they've spoken to him. He did say that the way he was thinking about fixing these issues is obviously raising the taxes. That's what he got a raise raise the taxes rape. And we we need to. Stop spending. Okay. So I mean. Any attack Ducey for a lot of this funding? And and he said, you know, what this is this is a I think he said I'll be held accountable for the last three plus years. Not the last twenty years is what Doug Ducey said. And he said people are saying that the funding increases is not enough, and I agree with them. So he he he increased the funding rate teachers, that's people are forgetting that right or go see is attacking. And he said, well, he didn't do it with the protest. Hey, they they were they were arguing the brought the message governor Ducey saw the message, and he did something about it. And he flat out said I was in a straight jacket for years ago. We had a billion dollar deficit in our state budget. And we had to dig out of that hole. And he has the he has dug out of that hole and Garcia just not having it. You just keeps on yelling and screaming. And you know, and he did say that, you know, proposed changes would require charges to be more transparent and comply with procurement and conflict of interest laws. Followed by school district school by followed by district school. So I don't know where he's trying to do there. But Ducey governor Ducey said we're we worked very hard to bring business principles to Arizona state government. And our economy is booming, which is true. You do have way more jobs available in the state of Arizona, then we had people to fill them right now. But Garcia's just a let's just attack this just attack and let's just attack, but he has no plan. There's just no plan other than hey, we need to we need to cut our expenses. And that's it. That's that's his plan. So just I'm not impressed by even listening to his debate. You've guys have heard my my story earlier, you need to go out there and make sure that every individual in your family and your wife's family and your kids family and your kids girlfriends and boyfriends, and whatever everyone needs to go out there, we need to make a point because it's it's a it's a very difficult time in our state, and we need to hit that panic mode and not say governor Ducey, oh.
"doug ducey" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO
"Decision for the governor here, Doug Ducey Senator. McCain bucks the president's. Oppose, the president both on. Substance oftentimes and. On his style oftentimes. And the governor will have to figure out whether or not he can pick someone in the McCain libertarian. Conservatives that have more. Moderate camp perhaps or somebody Who's more aligned with President Trump and that wing of the party And, people are, like well you know I it's yeah what can. Happen you know I've heard everything from Jeff flake to Cindy McCain and I think the other thing that somebody like Doug Ducey the shortlist is already there And he probably has Because, you, got to think okay is it going to? Be long-term or short-term because I also have to talk to, the Republicans and say you want me to replace him with somebody that is going to fight for the seat or we'll just fill the seat because I. Think that's vitally, important? Some that's overlooked right because this person's going to serve. Till two thousand twenty do you want somebody that's only going to serve to, Dan and step away or do you want somebody who you look as? A long term solution For, that seat for you guys that's also something that needs to be asked But you know he's got people in. Mind he has to because like anything else You have to be prepared for things like this and this this wasn't a surprise. While it was that. He announced it on, Friday and he passed away on Saturday this wasn't a surprise there is, a very, very, deep bench. Of contenders are it.
"doug ducey" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM
"All right I'm Jim Sharpe along with STAN Barnes and Mike O'Neill a. Couple of gentlemen who have been watching and working in. Arizona politics for quite a while I'm not gonna say how many years gentlemen, at all Yeah no problem so there, you go we have declared Huston cinema the democratic nominee for Senate for this fall's election and. Doug Ducey will be defending his office if you will And it appears at this point anyway it's still too early to call the race for David Garcia looks like it's going to be going up against David Garcia do gentleman think he's how David. Garcia isn't a bit of a bind because this, is this, is that I, talked, about recently on Arizona's morning news and I'm actually, writing a column for Phoenix magazine about this this abolish ice movement that's out there which. Seems you know seems to be well let's just. Put it this way a little radical and it appears the Ducey has tried to paint David. Garcia with this fairly or not. I think it's fair and he had touched it he. Touched. The, left fringe. Of his own party. And just completely burned his, finger off in it's gonna come back in general elections can be a very important part of the equation Mike Some unfortunate phraseology, and, he has some serious explaining to do to get, out of it and if you're explaining in October losing you're losing he's got it if. That's what we're talking about in November he'll lose. Oh yeah he's got to move off we'll in Democrats to win a statewide gubernatorial race they. Have to have everything go their. Way everything well the wrinkle treatment is this red for. Ed And, a lot of mobilization could. Be the x. fact we're gonna head over to. The yard and Tempe where Martha mcsally headquarters our. Expected, Martha mcsally to speak at any moment here.
"doug ducey" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM
"That's governor Doug ducey's. Message today as he signed an executive order that allows line forcement to hold elected officials accountable when they endanger, public safety this comes after Representative Paul Moseley was caught. Driving, at criminal speeds and claiming he had immunity as an, elected official KTAR legal analyst Monica Lindstrom weighing in on what. The governor's order means legally she says it clarifies that breach of peace means criminals speeding reckless speeding or DUI are all breaches of the. Peace, this means that police officers can arrest, an elected official for criminal speed reckless and ordeal why she says most elected officials don't, declare immunity however if an elected official does get arrested, they won't lose their job and historic day for the town of Gilbert today to municipality, broke ground on their first cemetery mayor gen Daniel says this means residents can out, spend their full life in. Gilbert Actually not so long ago maybe four name on the avid are for hospital about this came years. Ago and you haven't ever. Been able to be. Buried at Gilbert she also says the town of Gilbert partnered with a private company Bucker bunker family funeral homes, in order to minimize the cost to taxpayers the expansion. Of, oh to south mountain freeway is gonna cause a few, headaches this weekend for drivers the bridge work will be closing. Portions of itin Doug Mansell with eight on the westbound I ten will be closed between fifty first and sixty seventh avenues we're going to. Recommend, using alternate route that would include using, loop one a one across the west valley he says motorists should plan ahead and allow, extra travel time you need a full list of closures, to eight outs website and some good news for valley gamblers No easier to, get to Laughlin Nevada elite Airways just. Launched twice weekly service between sky harbor.
"doug ducey" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM
"Train a janitor trained the gym coach train the is home feature if you put that in there does the governor veto his own bill does the governor or does the governor say hey i didn't put it in there but if that's what they want and they passed it well i get most of what i want in my bill but i also get this to uc wants only resource officers or a trained volunteer harassed he does not want teachers or principles or janitors marshall pay gun so again it puts doug ducey in a weird position he'll do it alone in the proposal may include stuff they don't like then if it lands on doozy's desk does he sign it every day starting at four zero five we have about a twenty twenty five minute block where we bring you four big stories the big four at four four at four with mac and gaydos get the big four at four delivered to your phone subscribe to the mac and gaydos podcast on google music or the apple podcast at all right coming up becky lynn's got the latest on the shooting situation another mass shooting in the united states timing california at the youtube silly shovel as next news.
"doug ducey" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM
"Ninety two three fm exclusive in studio interview with governor doug ducey what a great time to have that yeah because red for ed we we've got teacher saying they might wanna strike why is a teacher pay so low in arizona teachers are starting to organize so at five fifteen yesterday the governor arrived to a i don't know if i want to say hostile but i would say disgruntled crowd of passionate three hundred teachers outside of our studio eight want more pay yes and i think they deserve more pay and i liked it they are leading the governor no right exactly how they feel so the governor came on the show yesterday we asked them all the tough questions he continues to say he tries to pay teachers more so after the interview with the governor we left through the show after the show we walked outside to talk to some of the teachers right and three of them that we started chatting with were very interesting he said come back in we're off the air comeback in let's take a segment with you you're here so come in studio and talk to us so after the show we sat down with three teachers and we we said what do you want the governor to know about low teacher wages how how do you feel being in education for so long and not receiving the right pay so let's play a portion of that three teachers joined us in studio.