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California plans to be abortion sanctuary if Roe overturned

AP News Radio

00:48 sec | Last month

California plans to be abortion sanctuary if Roe overturned

"Hi hi Mike Mike Rossi Rossi reporting reporting California California could could become become an an abortion abortion sanctuary sanctuary if if the the roe roe V. V. Wade Wade decision decision is is overturned overturned if if the the US US Supreme Supreme Court Court overturns overturns the the landmark landmark roe roe V. V. Wade Wade decision decision plans plans are are in in the the works works to to make make the the state state of of California California and and abortion abortion sanctuary sanctuary the the California California future future of of abortion abortion counsel counsel a a group group started started by by governor governor Gavin Gavin Newsom Newsom released released a a list list Wednesday Wednesday of of forty forty five five recommendations recommendations for for the the state state to to consider consider if if the the High High Court Court overturns overturns roe roe V. V. Wade Wade the the council council is is made made up up of of more more than than forty forty abortion abortion providers providers and and advocacy advocacy groups groups among among the the report's report's recommendations recommendations providing providing funding funding to to cover cover travel travel expenses expenses including including lodging lodging and and transportation transportation for for patients patients seeking seeking abortion abortion the the Supreme Supreme Court Court could could overturn overturn roe roe V. V. Wade Wade next next summer summer if if it it does does more more than than two two dozen dozen states states are are poised poised to to ban ban abortion abortion hi hi Mike Mike Rossio Rossio

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US opens COVID boosters to all adults, urges them for 50+

AP News Radio

00:46 sec | 2 months ago

US opens COVID boosters to all adults, urges them for 50+

"Hi Mike Rossi a reporting cobit boosters are approved for all adults in the United States the food and drug administration has authorized extra shots of Fizer at the dirt a covert nineteen vaccines for all adults the FDA is also urging people fifty and older to get a booster to ward off the winter search the FDA action came after months of debate among experts over whether everyone eighteen and older should get an extra shot for protection in September the FDA's old advisers rejected boosters for all the dolls authorizing the extra shots only for those sixty five and older or those at high risk because of health problems their jobs or living conditions but the White House continued to press for broader use and nearly a dozen states had recently authorized boosters for all adults Mike Rossi at Washington

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US advisers support expanding COVID boosters to all adults

AP News Radio

00:56 sec | 2 months ago

US advisers support expanding COVID boosters to all adults

"The government has moved to open cove it nineteen booster shots to all adults as experts worry a steady rise in virus cases could lead to a holiday season search the FDA says anyone eighteen and over can pick either replies or or matured a booster six months after their last dose about a dozen states were already offering the shots on their own amid complaints the federal regulations on who could get them work too confusing we heard loud and clear that people needed something simpler and this I think is simple hours after FDA vaccine chief Peter marks talk to the AP CDC advisers like Dr Camille Nelson cotton agreed all American can understand the track teams that are recommended for them at that time the CDC advisers went even further stressing people fifty and over should get a booster Sager mag ani Washington

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Supreme Court to hear case on New York's gun permit law

AP News Radio

00:53 sec | 2 months ago

Supreme Court to hear case on New York's gun permit law

"The Supreme Court is set to hear a gun rights case that could lead to a more guns on the streets of New York and Los Angeles the case the justices will hear Wednesday centers on new York's restrictive gun permit lawn weather challenges to the law in about half a dozen states have a right to carry a concealed gun in public for self defense gun control groups say of a High Court ruling requires states to drop restrictions the result will be more violence gun rights groups say the risk of a confrontation is why they have the right to be armed for self defense and hope the courts six three conservative majority sides with them the last time the court issued a major gun rights decision was two thousand eight and twenty ten establishing a nationwide right to keep a gun at home for self defense the question for the court now is whether there's a similar second amendment right to carry a firearm in public I'm Julie Walker

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Unemployment Benefits Expire for Millions

Consider This from NPR

02:03 min | 4 months ago

Unemployment Benefits Expire for Millions

"Spoke to npr's chief economics correspondent scott horsely. We talked the day that the supplemental pandemic unemployment benefits expired. Welcome back scott. Millions of people are losing this aid. Just as there's this sharp actual like slowdown in hiring is this. What policymakers expected. I don't think so when today's deadline was originally crafted back in the spring the hope was that the job market would be on more solid footing by the time the aid was taken away and we did see really solid job gains early in the summer when it looked like the pandemic was in retreat but then along came the delta variant and it really slammed the brakes on the economic recovery. Us employers added just two hundred thirty five thousand jobs last month less than a quarter of the number. They added in both june and july. A white house economist. Cecilia rouse acknowledges. The government is cutting off unemployment benefits. Just as we're facing some stiff new headwinds from the pandemic from the beginning is an economic crisis that is being driven by a pandemic and so in order for us to get to the other side. And i fully recover. We're going have to fully recover from the pandemic and that's proving easier said than done with his unpredictable. Virus president biden did say that he will be announcing new initiatives to boost vaccination rates. But of course that's not going to happen overnight. And meanwhile the last of the emergency benefit payments are going out right. Now what do we know about what could happen. As these benefits expire. I mean half of states had already cut extended unemployment benefits. I think earlier in the summer. That's right about two. Dozen states cut benefits in june or early july and the mostly republican governors of those states. Were hoping that would push more people back to work. A lot of business owners had complained that these benefits were discouraging. People from looking for jobs what researchers have found though. Is that people in the states. That cut benefits early. Were only a little bit more likely to find jobs than the people in states where the benefits kept going until

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Flood of Lawsuits Ensues Minutes After Abbott Signs Texas Elections Law

Deminski and Doyle

00:18 sec | 4 months ago

Flood of Lawsuits Ensues Minutes After Abbott Signs Texas Elections Law

"Governor Greg Abbott has signed into law an overhaul of that state's election rules. Texas now joins more than a dozen states that have passed Republican backed voting changes. Since the 2020 election following false claims from former President Donald Trump that the 2020 election was quote stolen. Opponents of the changes have already begun filing lawsuits in federal court.

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Texas Gov. Abbott Signs New GOP Voting Restrictions Into Law

AP News Radio

01:01 min | 4 months ago

Texas Gov. Abbott Signs New GOP Voting Restrictions Into Law

"Following months of protests by Democrats Texas's Republican governor has signed into law an overhaul of the state's election rules thank you governor election integrity is now law Greg Abbott meetings the law will make it easier to vote in Texas providing more time for early voting and more flexibility on election day but he does expect it to be challenged in court and upheld it does make it easier for people to be able to go vote no one who is eligible to vote will be denied the opportunity to vote it does however make it harder for cheaters to cast an illegal ballot those are the kinds of principles that the courts will uphold White House press secretary Jen Psaki says president Biden stands with Texans who have already begun filing lawsuits in federal court he's talked about how this is a because of his presidency Texas joins more than a dozen states sort of past Republican backed voting changes since the twenty twenty election I'm Ben Thomas

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US: Drought in the West Is Causing a Domino Effect

First Light

01:53 min | 6 months ago

US: Drought in the West Is Causing a Domino Effect

"Domino effect from the drought in the West, and it's probably going to affect all of us eventually. Let's bring in Jim Root from Los Angeles. Jim Michael. I'm talking with a group of Western governors President Joe Biden acknowledged Extreme heat prolonged drought. Supercharged wildfire conditions are affecting the country. In many ways is not just about a water shortage, which is severe enough. Almost half of California is now in what's termed as exceptional drought. That's the U. S. Drought monitor is driest level. The exceptional drought covers 47% of California, up from just a third of the state. Only a week ago, 100% of California is in some level of drought. And has been for several weeks now. The domino effect of that well. Fields are left follow. Fortunes removed. Fish relocated recreational activities curtailed poor air quality, along with widespread water shortages and extreme wildfires, But another domino that has fallen affects large animals. California rescue groups and sanctuaries are reporting an unprecedented spike in calls for help from desperate owners of large animals. The severe drought has left them with no water or grazing grasses for their cows, goats, horses and sheep. There are reports of big increases of cattle being herded onto other people's property and hard hit Northern California. Many can't afford the soaring cost of hay or the price to hire a veterinarian for that matter to euthanize and haul away animals. Most livestock auctions were shut down by the pandemics of selling. It's not an option either. All of this could and will likely result in higher dairy and meat prices across the nation. And then there are the wildfires. And it's not just about the historic acreage burned in more than a dozen states and the poor air quality over Western skies, But As the president notes smoke for many of these fires burning in the west and along the Canadian border. Is affecting air quality of states across the country last

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Rare Breakthrough COVID Cases Raise Concern

WTOP 24 Hour News

01:06 min | 6 months ago

Rare Breakthrough COVID Cases Raise Concern

"Sharp uptick in Covid cases in the U. S. For the first time in nearly three months, the United States reported more than 50,000 cases in a day. CBS News chief medical correspondent Dr John the Poop on another point of concern breakthrough infection. Dr. Paul Dupre is a vaccine researcher. He says it's crucial for people to get vaccinated. So there's less virus to mutate into a more infectious version, like the Delta variant, which has likely been causing the increased reports of breakthrough cases compared with previous versions of the virus. There's evidence Delta may attach to lung cells more efficiently. And a recent study found the Delta variant produced about 1000 times more virus in the nose than the original strain. It's not just about staying out of hospital and staying out of a coffin. It's about stopping. The likely heard that that virus will change shield in part by the contagious Delta variant. The lion's share of new cases were in a half dozen states. They are Arkansas, Florida, Louisiana, Mississippi, Missouri and Nevada. How many D C residents who have been fully

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The Great Seed Panic of 2020

The Experiment

01:17 min | 6 months ago

The Great Seed Panic of 2020

"Just start from the very very beginning like set me in time Where should we start law. Summer people might be aware there. A story that bubbled in the media for a couple of weeks in the summer of twenty twenty writer. Chris heath noticed a strange national news story. It has been happening all across the nation including right here in our area is in most people's newspapers and it was on tv all over the place. What's behind this rather odd phenomenon. People across the country are getting unsolicited packages. Listen to this new idea where it came from. I didn't order it. People have been receiving mysterious packages that they did not order people. All over america started receiving. These completely baffling packages. They appear to have chinese writing on some of them. Seen here from the tampa bay times are usually marked with chinese characters and incite were packets of c- seen called mystery seeds and they have appeared in mailboxes and more than two dozen states. Usda has now put a warning saying not to open these packages or even planting the seeds. There's nothing on the package. Seemed to explain what the seats were redressed to the people who received them as far as they were concerned they had no idea why they were being sending

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More States Agree to Settlement Plan for Opioid-Maker Purdue

Hugh Hewitt

00:17 sec | 7 months ago

More States Agree to Settlement Plan for Opioid-Maker Purdue

"Luther be more than a dozen states dropping their objections to OxyContin maker Purdue Pharma's reorganization plan entering the company closer to resolving its bankruptcy case they proposed settlement will transform Purdue into a new entity that helps combat the U. S opioid epidemic. Through its own

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36 States, DC Sue Google, Alleging Antitrust Violations in App Store

Bloomberg Daybreak Asia

01:12 min | 7 months ago

36 States, DC Sue Google, Alleging Antitrust Violations in App Store

"Of states are set to sue Google and an antitrust case joining us now, as Tom Giles, Bloomberg's global tech executive editor. Tom Tell us about this lawsuit. What's the basis of it? Well, this is yet another action by U. S. U. S regulators against Google And these this is yet another sign of concern. That Google has grown too powerful and that it's and that is wielding that power in a way that sports competition in particular. This focuses on the Google play store. So this is the store that you have to go to in order to download apps on your android device on And so the concern is the fees that they charge APP developers for distribution of your apps. And these developers have they've they've said Enough is enough. They've complained to to regulators. And so what you've got is three dozen states Attorneys general from 36 States and Washington D. C coming together. And leveling a lawsuit against Google alleging alleging anti competitive

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NCAA's NIL Era Arrives, Some Athletes Are Ready to Cash In

AP News Radio

00:42 sec | 7 months ago

NCAA's NIL Era Arrives, Some Athletes Are Ready to Cash In

"A new error is about to begin for some NC double a athletes starting Thursday athletes at the highest levels of college sports will be permitted to be compensated for use of their name image or likeness they can earn money based on their celebrity or fame without breaking any school conference are in C. double A. rules more than a half dozen states have laws that go into effect on Thursday designed to open up the market for athletes and bar the NC double a from interfering and some students are prepared to cash in a media at Lee eventually Congress is expected to provide a law that brings uniformity across the country I'm Mike help in

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Justice Department Suing Georgia Over State's New Voting Law

AP News Radio

00:42 sec | 7 months ago

Justice Department Suing Georgia Over State's New Voting Law

"The justice department is suing Georgia over the state's new elections law George is among more than a dozen states that have passed restrictive voting laws Attorney General Merrick garland says the Georgia law seems aimed at denying black voters equal access through more stringent requirements on absentee ballots and fewer drop boxes in the Atlanta area among other things where we believe the civil rights of Americans have been violated we will not hesitate to act Georgia Republicans are pushing back governor Brian camp accuses the blighted ministration of lying about the law and now weaponizing the justice department Sager mag ani Washington

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"dozens states" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

KLIF 570 AM

02:34 min | 7 months ago

"dozens states" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

"A dozen states have already said they're going to stop offering the $300 a week and enhanced unemployment. It's and roughly two dozen more states may soon follow suit. White House officials say an infrastructure package as a big jobs creator and they want movement within weeks. And while the president's preference is a deal with Republicans, there are multiple Democrats working on Plan B's, But I think the president has done is given us a blueprint as to where we want to go. So Sanders is now trying to fold multiple unpasteurized proposals into a $6 trillion mega package he hopes Could be passed with Democrats. Only infrastructure talks between President Biden and Republicans fell through. But the president still insists he's interested in a bipartisan plan. The race to succeed Bill de Blasio as New York City mayor could take shape by the end of the day today as the city holds its primary. New Yorkers who did not cast a ballot before the end of early voting on Sunday, can go to the polls today to decide party nominees for Mayor 13 Democrats are vying for the office. The city will use what's called ranked choice, voting to decide allowing voters to rank their top five candidates. Second or third choices could influence the outcome. But all votes will need to be counted before winner could be decided. Perhaps after Election Day, Only two Republicans are running so ranked choice will not be needed. The winners will meet in November to become New York City's 110th mayor. Colonel Scott Fox and Facebook is launching a new service. Facebook is launching podcasts and live audio streams in the U. S. To keep users engaged on its platform and to compete with emerging rivals. The social media giant says it's allowing public figures with verified accounts to start live audio rooms and invite anyone else to speak. A handful of podcasts will be available to people in the US at first, and the company plans to add more down the line. Facebook says it's same rules apply to podcasts and anyone can report offense. The material. The company says it may also retain live audio after it's no longer live to enforce its policies. Mary Corsetti Fox News, You know, voices like Conservative voices will be silenced. Yep. Uh, well, if someone will do a conservative leaning podcast, and then someone like you heard that story will file a complaint. This is offensive language and then boom, it'll be shut down. Yeah, that's the Facebook way. It's in the mission statement. When you sign up for the terms, we don't like conservative voices. I agree to post my pictures on the site coming up on K L I. F Texas Democrats not very happy with the governor. Explain. Coming up, but first traffic.

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US Jobless Claims Drop to 385,000, Another Pandemic Low

AP News Radio

00:43 sec | 8 months ago

US Jobless Claims Drop to 385,000, Another Pandemic Low

"U. S. jobless claims have hit a pandemic low for a fifth straight week there were three hundred eighty five thousand last week the first time weekly claims fell below four hundred thousand since the pandemic began it's the latest evidence the jobs market is picking up steam as the economy reopens tomorrow's jobs report is expected to show six hundred fifty thousand jobs were added last month employers are posting a record number of openings and the many complain they cannot find enough workers critics say extra federal jobless aid is discouraging some people from looking for work about two dozen states say they will cut off some of the aid perhaps as soon as next week Sager mag ani Washington

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Texas Governor Signed Law Banning Abortions After 6 Weeks

THE NEWS with Anthony Davis

01:40 min | 8 months ago

Texas Governor Signed Law Banning Abortions After 6 Weeks

"Republican texas governor. Greg abbott on wednesday signed into law. A fetal heart beat abortion. Bill that bans the procedure after about six weeks of pregnancy and grant citizens the right to sue doctors who perform abortions past that point. The new law is part of a wave of similar heartbeat. Abortion bans passed in republican led states lawmakers who support such legislation have said. It's intended to lead an overturn of roe. V wade the us. Supreme court's nineteen seventy-three landmark ruling. That guaranteed a right to end her pregnancy. The high court this week opened the door. For such an overturn or at least a narrowing of roe v wade by agreeing to review. Mississippi's bid to ban abortions. After fifteen weeks the texas law bans abortion once the rhythmic contracting fetal cardiac tissue can be detected often at six weeks sometimes before woman realizes she is even pregnant. The measure makes an exception for abortions in cases of medical emergencies currently a fetus. That is viable outside. The womb at around twenty four weeks into pregnancy is widely considered the threshold at which abortion can be prohibited in the united states. Nearly a dozen states have passed similar. Heartbeat abortion bans but none have taken effect due to legal challenges. Abortion is one of the most divisive issues in the united states with opponents citing religious belief to declare it immoral and abortion advocates prioritising women's autonomy.

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Texas Lawmakers Approve Abortion Ban as Early as 6 Weeks

AP News Radio

01:03 min | 9 months ago

Texas Lawmakers Approve Abortion Ban as Early as 6 Weeks

"Texas lawmakers have passed a strict abortion law that would ban the procedure as early as six weeks into a pregnancy which is often before women even know they're pregnant Texas governor Greg Abbott is expected to sign the Texas heart beat act into law it would ban abortions after the first detection of an embryonic heart beat and electric signal flutter can be detected it about six weeks development in an embryo although it doesn't really have a heart and it isn't even yet a fetus what's also unique about this bill is that it allows anyone to sue a doctor or person who helped a woman get an abortion the right to life group says it doesn't punish women but critics say it will allow abortion opponents to flood the courts with lawsuits harassing doctors patients friends and even a parent to paid for a procedure supporters of these heart beat bills passed in about a dozen states are hoping legal challenges will bring the abortion issue back to the U. S. Supreme Court I'm Jackie Quinn

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Gas crunch continues across much of US after pipeline hack

AP News Radio

00:42 sec | 9 months ago

Gas crunch continues across much of US after pipeline hack

"President Biden is urging patience as more than a dozen states to deal with the continuing gas crunch colonial pipeline says eats again delivering gas in many of its markets after restarting its supply line following a cyber attack still thousands of service stations along the east coast are out of fuel the president says it'll take time for the supply to catch up don't panic number one I know seeing lines at the pumps are gas stations with no gas can be extremely stressful but this is a temporary situation he's urging drivers not to get more gas than needed for now we expect things return to normal over the next several days Sager mag ani Washington

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"dozens states" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

AM 970 The Answer

01:39 min | 1 year ago

"dozens states" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

"They're with a half dozen states yet to be called those states, Pennsylvania, Michigan and Wisconsin, Georgia, North Carolina and Nevada. With no winner declared in the race for the White House. President Trump is casting doubt about the integrity of the election. We were getting ready to win this election. Frankly, we did win this election, but Joe Biden says that decision is not up to either candidate. It's not my place or Donald Trump's place to declare who's won this election. That's the decision of the American people by his urging for patients as ballots continue to be counted while the president is vowing to take his election fight to the U. S. Supreme Court, Greg Clugston Washington 270 electoral college votes needed to win right now, Joe Biden has 238 President Trump's 213. Democrat hopes to take control of the Senate are fading Republican incumbents one in Kentucky, Iowa and Montana, while elsewhere editor Lindsey Graham of Stones. Trump supporters survived the fight of his political life in South Carolina against Democrat Jaime Harrison. In Texas Senator John Cornyn managed to win and his heart has fought election in almost two decades. In Colorado Senator Cory Gardner lost his seat to former governor Democrat John Hickenlooper. Republicans flipped to seat in Alabama is former opera and football coach Tommy Tub. Orville defeated Democrat Doug Jones. Bum. Agnew reporting voters in four states, Arizona, New Jersey, Montana and South Dakota voting to legalize recreational marijuana. Oregon voters took things a step further, they voted to legalize possession of small amounts of hard drugs like heroin, cocaine and LSD. Wall Street..

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"dozens states" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

03:23 min | 1 year ago

"dozens states" Discussed on WTOP

"Male, and he's like the other way other than that he's very healthy. But mixed signals suggests an uncertain prognosis. I'm Stephen Portnoy Ah High level Administration source familiar with Mr Trump's condition tells reporters that the president is still not on a clear path to recovery. The source adds quote The president's vitals over the last 24 hours were very concerning the next 48 hours will be critical in terms of his care that runs counter to the sunny tone taken by his doctors on the record. This has been a CBS News Special report. I'm Lisa Matteo. It's 6 32. If President Trump were not able to discharge his duties because of the Corona virus, how would any temporary transition of power to vice president Pence be handled under the 25th amendment? The president was in the letter to House Speaker Nancy Pelosi and President Pro TEM Chuck Grassley, indicating he's unable to discharge the powers and duties of his office. Vice President Mike Pence with them become acting president, White House position, Sean Conley told reporters. Day seven through 10 are the most critical for the illness. Thursday, he had a mild coffin, some nasal congestion. Fatigue. All of which are now resolving improving when the president's ready to resume authority. He sends another letter. Rachel Sutherland. Fox is a civil rights icon, is adding his voice to the national call for justice reform. Following recent police shootings of black Americans, the Reverend Jesse Jackson appeared in Chicago with the families of Jacob Blake and Briana Taylor in a United call for criminal justice reform. Jackson said the decision in Kentucky to not charge officers with Taylor's death shows a stark contrast with Minnesota Attorney General Keith Ellison's action. In another high profile case for the first time ever, and I'm pleased for killing a black doors. Floor options have been Louisville. We should not rest till we have a truly represents the people. Kentucky A. G. Daniel Cameron revealed there would be no murder charges against the officers in the raid that killed Taylor. Last March. Grin all Scott Fox News A new report by a former FBI agent who was undercover in white supremacist organizations says police in more than a dozen states have time. Is to those groups on this week's episode of w. T O. P's new podcast colors. A dialogue on race in America. With Chris Core and J. J. Green. Michael German says the connection may not work the way you think the report on the infiltration of long foreseen by whites premises that makes clear that it's not just the white supremacists might join. Police departments, but that people in police departments might join white supremacist organization. So the flow is both ways. But the key factor is there. There are many stories that I highlight in the report. Across the country where these officers have become known to the public. But in many of those cases that involvement was known to the police department, sometimes for years. You can download new episodes of colors. Friday evenings on Apple podcasts, podcast one Spotify or wherever you get your podcasts coming up on. W T o P a government watchdog says FEMA lost track of millions of dollars worth of hurricane relief destined for Puerto Rico. It's 6 35. I love your new deck, and thanks, John..

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"dozens states" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

03:30 min | 1 year ago

"dozens states" Discussed on KTRH

"Time. 101 Our top story over two dozen state You're not seeing a surge in Corona virus cases that includes Texas, which has had to reverse some of its moves to open the economy. Recently, Governor Greg Abbott closed all bars in the state due to the surge during a briefing alongside vice president Pence on Sunday afternoon. Haven't admitted that the numbers do not lie about what the changes Condition in Texas is and the turn and the virus has taken. Dr. Deborah Burkes, the of the White House called a virus Taskforce noted that the 20 to 40 year old age group is now seeing a significant increase in cases, many of which are asymptomatic and made a plea for everyone in Texas to wear a mask. We know now there's scientific evidence that mass both Keep you from infecting others, but may also partially protect you from getting infected. I think that's a new discovery and a new finding, and it's very encouraging to Texans to know that you can protect one another. Texas has recorded over 146,000 cases of Corona virus and suffered nearly 2 2400 deaths. Well. Governor Greg Abbott, also allowing restaurants and bars to served, served miss mixed drinks to go for and for delivery the governor's side of waver over the weekend, and it applies to businesses with a mixed beverage permit who permanently serve food. A number of global cases of covert 19 surpassing 10 million over the weekend. What in four of those cases are here in the U. S. U. S Secretary of Health and Human services Alex Cesar, joining NBC's meet the Press and says that he's following the numbers in Florida, Arizona and right here in Texas being surging in cases in counties, especially in southern in the southern parts of the United States. We've gotten reports from our governors that the majority of the positive cases we're seeing our age 35 under a large number of those, we're going to be a symptomatic. We've got a fatality rates and her hospitalization rates are the lowest they've been in two months. But this is a very serious situation. The world is closing in on 500,000 deaths. The positivity raid for the number of covert 19 cases in Texas. One of the most important metrics is a 13.2%. The record was set back on April 13th at 13.86%. Houston health director Dr David Per, says. Whether this is a short term outbreak or a long term batter of infection depends on the choices that are made now, but this is manageable. If we start doing what's asked, the mayor pointed out, you know, here in Houston, we did a tremendous job of keeping this fire's under control right up until he didn't mean time. They're, Turner says he's going ahead with that idea of a wall of shame for businesses that don't heed Governor Abbot's order, and we'll post it to the city social media sites. It's news time. 103 pronounced increase in police officers filing for retirement since the death of George Floyd. The NYPD tells Fox News. Some 272 officers filed for retirement between Floyd's death in June 23rd. It's a 49% increase from the same time last year. The blue wave of retirement's coming amid increasing tensions in New York City and other states to defund the police is a way of enacting police reform. Mayor Bill de Blasio said he'll shift funding from the NYPD budget to social services. Some have put that figure at a $1,000,000,000. Hundreds of police officers have been injured and protests and rioting across the city in recent weeks. Police union officials have said morale among the NYPD set an all time low..

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"dozens states" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

01:33 min | 1 year ago

"dozens states" Discussed on KTRH

"E R. H News. Time is a tow one. Our top story over two dozen states are now seeing a surge in Corona virus cases that includes Texas, of course, which has had a reverse, which is head to reverse some of the moves to open the economy back. Recently, Governor Greg Abbott closed all the bars in the state due to the surge. During a briefing alongside vice president Pence this afternoon. Abbott admitted that the numbers do not lie about the change in conditions in Texas and the turn of the virus has taken Dr. Debra Birks of the White House Corona Virus Taskforce noted that the 20 to 40 year old range is seeing a significant increase in cases, many of which are asymptomatic and made a plea for everyone in Texas to wear a mask. We know now there's scientific evidence that mass both Keep you from infecting others, but may also partially protect you from getting infected. I think that's a new discovery and a new finding, and it's very encouraging to Texans to know that you can protect one another. Texas has recorded over 146,000 cases of Corona virus and suffered nearly 2400 deaths. Health and Human Services Secretary Alex Cesar is warning that the time may be running out in the battle against Corona virus on CNN State of the union, a czar said. The time to take action and get control of the situation is now Because the window was closing, former CDC director Dr Tom Frieden tells Fox News.

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"dozens states" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO

Newsradio 600 KOGO

01:49 min | 1 year ago

"dozens states" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO

"Of more than a dozen states seeing a rise in corona virus hospitalizations but that doesn't mean new restrictions are coming earlier this week more than seventy five percent of Arizona's I see you beds were in use despite that Republican governor Doug Ducey says he's not planning to call for any new restrictions on people in his state and that includes wearing masks despite the infection increased governor Ducey says the state is moving forward we're three opening and is not considering re imposing restrictions like those that were done in March he also rejected the idea of letting city and county officials imposed their own restrictions state health director cara Chris says one reason there are more confirmed cases due to the amount of testing being done boxes Tonya J. powers pharma giant AstraZeneca struck a deal with Europe's inclusive vaccines alliance to supply up to four hundred million doses of experimental covert nineteen vaccine the alliance was forged by Germany France Italy and the Netherlands to speed up production of a vaccine that's expected by the end of twenty twenty it's currently being tested by the university of Oxford the former vice president search for his own vice presidential pick is reported to be in their way Democrats who say they have knowledge of the process claim the camp of presidential hopeful Joe Biden's going into its second round of voting for his Veep choice in the list of possibles is getting smaller that list reportedly includes senators Kamala Harris and Elizabeth Warren as well as former national security adviser Susan rice one person who was once thought to have been given some consideration is former Georgia gubernatorial candidate Stacey Abrams she was on CBS's late show with Stephen Cole bear this week I have said many times that I've called I will answer but I've not received any calls Biden's campaign is dismissing the idea of the list has.

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"dozens states" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

01:52 min | 1 year ago

"dozens states" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"Of more than a dozen states seeing a rise in corona virus hospitalizations but that doesn't mean new restrictions are coming earlier this week more than seventy five percent of Arizona's icy you beds were in use despite that Republican governor Doug Ducey says he's not planning to call for any new restrictions on people in his state and that includes wearing masks despite the infection increased governor Ducey says the state is moving forward with re opening and is not considering re imposing restrictions like those that were done in March he also rejected the idea of letting city and county officials imposed their own restrictions state health director cara Chris says one reason there are more confirmed cases due to the amount of testing being done boxes Tonya J. powers pharma giant AstraZeneca struck a deal with Europe's inclusive vaccines alliance to supply up to four hundred million doses of an experimental covert nineteen vaccine the alliance was forged by Germany France Italy and the Netherlands to speed up production of a vaccine that's expected by the end of twenty twenty it's currently being tested by the university of Oxford the former vice president search for his own vice presidential pick is reported to be in their way Democrats who say they have knowledge of the process claim the camp of presidential hopeful Joe Biden's going into its second round of voting for his Veep choice and the list of possibles is getting smaller that list reportedly includes senators Kamala Harris and Elizabeth Warren as well as former national security adviser Susan rice one person was once thought to have been given some consideration is former Georgia gubernatorial candidate Stacey Abrams she was on CBS's late show with Stephen Cole bear this week I have said many times that I've called I will answer but I've not received any calls Biden's campaign is dismissing the idea of the list has gotten shorter pauses.

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"dozens states" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

06:17 min | 1 year ago

"dozens states" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Of the WNYC podcast United states of anxiety I'm filling in for Brian today who had to take the day off for dental work but he will be back on Monday a quick programming a quick programming note that means that you know we know this time is usually when you are expecting to hear Brian talked to mayor de Blasio and to take your calls for the mayor but since Brian is off today the mayor is also taking the day off from aspen mayor Brian will be back on the air Monday and mayor de Blasio will be back on the air next week so instead in this hour we're going to check in on the process of reopening amid the ongoing commit nineteen pandemic many states across the country have lifted certain lockdown restrictions with those restrictions lifted an unwelcome surge of coronavirus coronavirus cases have appeared in more than a dozen states with governors of the states remain adamant about continuing with the reopening process in Texas where cases have increased by thirty three percent in the past two weeks Republican governor Greg Abbott has given the green light for businesses to continue reopen none the less and in Arizona cases have doubled within the past two weeks and they are nonetheless pushing ahead with hospitals at near full capacity so the federal government seems to agree with them yesterday treasury secretary Steven Mnuchin had this to say about re opening the economy I missed an increase in cases of corner of coronavirus let's take a listen to that we can't shut down the economy again I I think we've learned that if you shut down the economy you're going to create more damage and and not just economic damage but there are there are other areas and we've talked about this medical problems and everything else they get put on hold joining me now to discuss where the spikes included cases are happening and what the government can do about it is Alison Maranda all Steen who is health care reporter for politico welcome to WNYC Alice thank you so much and listeners help us report out this story are you currently listening in a state that has re opened are you have friends or relatives live relatives living in one of those states that have reopened and are experiencing a spike in corona virus so that's places like Arkansas North Carolina Texas Kentucky Arizona just to name a few of them are you happy with the way the state has gone about re opening or are you worried that this will hurt people in the long run tweet us at Brian Lehrer or give us a call right now at six four six four three five seven two eight zero again at six four six four three five seven two eight zero and I was the majority of states that are continue to reopen despite this spike in numbers have Republican governors in charge and so I guess it begs the question right away is this yet another thing where the response to this covert nineteen will fall under under under partisan lines I think that's somewhat the kids but not always and I think you're seeing differences within the party as we've seen during this entire pandemic you have Republican governors being very cautious you have others I had with re opening even as the spikes are continuing and you have differences within democratic state local officials as well and so it it doesn't cleave along clean party lines in this case and to secretary Mnuchin's comment that you aired I would say that there's been this effort to portray this as an all or nothing either you're for reinstating a full lockdown or your for full re opening and that's just absolutely not the case and we're seeing right now some states saying look we need to at least hit pause and not further reopen just stay where we are now in terms of our rolls around businesses and social gatherings in light of the spikes yeah I mean it's it sort of reminds me of this very old debate in public health about these all or nothing arguments it seems like it has been part of a lot of discomfort nineteen conversation is even both in terms of how states responded how governments respond but also as individuals that people have either you either do you do everything or nothing to protect yourself and I wonder what you think about how much of the lack of restriction that's coming along in the states can be attributed to just quarantine fatigue absolutely that's a huge part of it and I also think that the economic pain people are feeling is real so many people millions and millions of people have lost their jobs the aid from Congress is is running low and for many people it never arrived in the first place and so I think that the push to re open has a some very legitimate basis by the virus is still extremely prevalent and as more people go out and as more people interact especially in workplace settings and businesses and and it's sort of enclosed place is that risk is rising and we're seeing cases rise and we're seeing hospitalizations go up we're seeing ICU beds fill up and a lot of parts of the country so there's really alarm bells going off the protests around police violence were I I guess either I really unpredictable are really predictable part of all of this when we got into it why is there any sense of a number of cases that might be links to mass protests in some of the states so it's too soon to tell so the spikes we're seeing right now can't be tied to the protests because it takes a few weeks to really see the impact from that and so what we are seeing now out can be more easily attribute it to the re openings and the people you know just going out in public more leaving their home more interacting more it will take time to see the impact of the protests and so a lot of places and public officials and city officials are worried about that and they have in New York in DC and in other cities they've set up testing location specifically for protesters and are posting.

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"dozens states" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

News Radio 920 AM

01:42 min | 1 year ago

"dozens states" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

"Than two dozen states will begin easing some restrictions this week we've seen for now really begin to re open their businesses in a larger way that's Georgia South Carolina Alaska in Oklahoma they re open some small businesses with a lot of restrictions however the state is going the other direction they have extended their stay home order through may thirty first also it two week quarantine in a wide for any visitors thanks to Steve Harrigan gas prices continue to plummet as corona virus stayed home orders continue and people use our cars less industry analyst trilby Lundberg a new applicant price per regular grade nationally is one dollar and ninety three cents it is only ninety nine cents below what it was one year ago it was a drop of nine symphonies two weeks and a total of eighty cents since October during which there was a gift very few short Lowell's Lundberg says OPEC's current production is not enough to stabilize the dropping prices because there's already so much oil in production America is listening to fox news Dr I often get asked what should I do if I think I might have corona people who are sick should stay home you don't go to the emergency room get on the phone and ask for advice and instructions from your physician I don't want you to go into the E. R. or the doctor's office without talking to them first because you might break corona virus to someone else please visit coronavirus dot gov for more information every American into the health of.

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"dozens states" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

News Talk 1130 WISN

01:48 min | 1 year ago

"dozens states" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

"Dozen states are set to begin easing lockdown restrictions this week the response coordinator for the White House coronavirus task force says governors are clear on the risks Dr Deborah Brooks pointed to phase by phase guidelines that governors are heating before they make a commitment to restarting their economies on NBC's meet the press she said for a number of the hardest hit states it will be a slow process they talk about this not as turning on a light switch but slowly turning up the dimmer very slowly and each each that's why these are in phases in each phase carries a very specific piece four states Alaska Georgia Oklahoma and South Carolina are well into the re opening process even though they are said to be short of meeting task force criteria to do so fox's colonel Scott Michigan governor Gretchen Whitmer facing strong criticism over tough restrictions she's maintained in her state but she stands firm behind them we know that no one wants a second wave it would be devastating for the health of our people and for our economy Whitmer on ABC's this week the number of unemployed workers in the U. S. expected to continue rising as a pandemic crisis continues the White House is bracing for the unemployment rate to skyrocket when the next jobs report comes out in early may and we're already getting a projection from the Congressional Budget Office of what those numbers may look like the CBO projecting that the unemployment rate for the second quarter could have a right fourteen percent and if the GDP could decline by some twelve percent for the same quarter the federal budget deficit also projected to jump up quite a bit to three point seven trillion but the treasury secretary told fox's Chris Wallace today he believes things will improve by summer fox's mark Meredith nearly four and a half million Americans filed for unemployment last week America.

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"dozens states" Discussed on 600 WREC

600 WREC

01:56 min | 1 year ago

"dozens states" Discussed on 600 WREC

"I'm George Ural fox news more than two dozen states are set to begin easing locked on restrictions this week the response coordinator for the White House coronavirus task force says governors are clear on the risks Dr Deborah Brooks pointed to phase by phase guidelines that governors are heating before they make a commitment to restarting their economies on NBC's meet the press she said for a number of the hardest hit states it will be a slow process they talk about this not as turning on a light switch but slowly turning up the dimmer very slowly and each each that's why these are in phases in each phase carries a very specific piece four states Alaska Georgia Oklahoma and South Carolina are well into the re opening process even though they are said to be short of meeting task force criteria to do so boxes colonel Scott Michigan governor Gretchen Whitmer facing strong criticism over tough restrictions she's maintained in her state but she stands firm behind them we know that no one wants the second way that would be devastating for the health of our people and for our economy what murder on ABC's this week the number of unemployed workers in the U. S. expected to continue rising as a pandemic crisis continues the White House is bracing for the unemployment rate to skyrocket when the next jobs report comes out in early may and we're already getting a projection from the Congressional Budget Office of what those numbers may look like the CBO projecting that the unemployment rate for the second quarter could have a right fourteen percent and that the GDP could decline by some twelve percent for the same quarter the federal budget deficit also projected to jump up quite a bit to three point seven trillion but the treasury secretary told fox's Chris Wallace today he believes things will improve by summer fox's mark Meredith nearly four and a half million Americans filed for unemployment last week America is listening to fox news right now there are young.

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"dozens states" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

02:20 min | 2 years ago

"dozens states" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"But today voters in half a dozen states head to the polls for what's being called many super Tuesday were transformed this country has corona virus remains in the forefront of people's minds Bernie Sanders at a rally in Missouri criticized president trump's handling of the outbreak and said that if elected president his Medicare for all plan would make potential vaccines for diseases like corona virus available to everyone everybody in this country we'll get that vaccine absolutely free Sanders faces an important night on Tuesday as six states including Missouri hold contests in his campaign looks to stay competitive against a surging Joe Biden Markram alarmed ABC news Joe Biden looks to be in pretty good shape here in Arizona nearly thirty points ahead in a new way to predictive insights poll valley political expert Stan Barnes isn't surprising makes sense because Arizona is a center right state even are registered Democrats are generally moderate people for their politics he Biden and Sanders will square off this Sunday at the next democratic debate which is in Phoenix you're gonna hear it here on K. T. A. R. new developments this morning in the fight over Phoenix's ride share fees at sky harbor airport city councilman sal the CCO has filed an amicus brief with the state Supreme Court asking it to rule against the fees he says middle class residents needing a ride to the airport wouldn't be able to afford paying the four dollar pick up and drop off fees and their other alternative would be to take an expensive limousine or expensive taxi to the airport I think that just unconscionable for us to do that to the public Arizona Attorney General mark Brnovich sued over the fees claiming they're very likely go against state law there's no word on when the Supreme Court will rule you know babies are traditionally among the most undercounted people in the U. S. census so hospitals across Arizona are handing out one thousand census onesies to newborns as a way to remind parents to count their babies Debbie Johnson with the errors on a complete count committee says for every infant not counted it means three thousand dollars per year for federally funded programs for each of ten years starting Wednesday you should be getting an invitation to complete the twenty twenty census and you can do so online by phone or by mail KTAR news time six oh seven thank you Jerry now back to the tour Dan in the valley Chevy dealers traffic.

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"dozens states" Discussed on 790 KABC

790 KABC

01:38 min | 2 years ago

"dozens states" Discussed on 790 KABC

"You've got blizzard warnings out for nearly half a dozen states and then east of that winter weather advisories and winter storm warnings president trump's legal team as preparing for the start of the impeachment trial next week the official list as White House counsel Patsy Bologna is the lead attorney personal trump lawyer Jay Sekulow is listed second both simple only in second low have relatively little TV experience compared to several other prominent names down the line that's important for a president who often talks about how someone does on television and comments on ratings so there's also one time whitewater counsel Kenneth Starr whose report featuring my Annika Lewinski led to bill Clinton's impeachment and Alan Dershowitz prominent Harvard law professor along with Robert rate all three have made numerous appearances on fox news channel two in various ways clean impeachment is not warranted Bob Costantini Washington I'm in Kate's just right a talk radio seven ninety K. A. B. C. news live local at one OO to I am Tom loony Huntington beach representative Harley roda has endorsed former New York mayor Michael Bloomberg for president route is one of the California Democrats to help flip orange county's delegation from red to blue the house the twenty twenty women's March is under way in various cities around the country including Los Angeles the March two days from Pershing square to city hall mon early go to the beach this weekend.

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"dozens states" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

AM 970 The Answer

01:50 min | 2 years ago

"dozens states" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

"Posted on several areas streets to accommodate mortars any vehicles parked where they shouldn't be will be towed is for the city's department of public safety several roads around the city will also be closed roots in the area of the journal square transportation center in Jersey city are being detoured Jersey is also sending a bill to the governor's desk that would allow illegal immigrants to get drivers licenses governor Phil Murphy has said he supports the plan which would set up a two tiered license system proponents of the measure approved Monday say will help improve safety on the roads of the garden state more than a dozen states have similar programs including New York then sports predators over the Rangers five to two double sending forum MVP tape Taylor hall to the coyotes for three prospects in two draft picks for Blake Speers also sent to Arizona in the deal Monday Night Football sayings crushing the colts thirty four seven stuck in traffic W. Ames got the answer thank you Marty out thanks a lot yes that definitely keep in mind around eight eight is Catholic Church you will see the closures that four detectives seals a funeral later on this morning expect delays right now is you take a ride over to the garden state parkway north at one forty five with an accident in the right lane we're seeing icy patches especially north and west of the city in down GWB like it on the Holland all about twenty minutes getting into town Deegan south is closed in the two thirties it's an overturned a truck it's flooding on the eastbound VQA up by the Brooklyn Bridge watch for that we're still seeing slowdowns as well on the belt these benefits Flatbush Avenue with an overturned car over on the L. I. E. some stop and go traffic L. I. E. westbound heading out past middle country road it looks like a truck into a construction barrel there and speeds are down at the Tappan Zee bridge into the Newburgh beacon bridge because of icy conditions also watch for delays on eighty four west exit twenty one a van went right off the road freezing rain north and west of the city.

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"dozens states" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

04:33 min | 2 years ago

"dozens states" Discussed on KCRW

"Here's what's coming up on all things considered a conversation with the deputy director of Americans for immigrant Justice. We'll talk about the Trump administration's plan to suspend legal aid for unaccompanied Langres children that plan announced earlier this week also ahead, you're going to hear from the owner of the land based tequila company, talks about how he's planning for US tariffs on Mexican goods. He says the five percent scheduled for Monday is a law, but twenty five percent could devastate the tequila industry, the US, by the way, imported about one point four billion dollars tequila twenty eighteen and in state and local news coming up at five thirty two. Jurors in San Bernardino will decide on Monday governor Newsome says he wants to do about drug overdoses in prisons at one and could take at least another fun years. To complete this in Orange County. Live from NPR news in Culver City, California, Dwayne Brown smartphones from Chinese tech giant Weiwei will no longer come with Facebook apps pre installed on them NPR's jasmine, guards tells us, it's the latest example of Silicon Valley distancing itself from the company after President Trump issued a trade ban, Instagram, Facebook and the extremely popular messaging service. What's up will not be included in new wall, way phones, however, users will be able to install those apps themselves, manually, also people who are ready have a way phone will still be able to use the apps. Why is the second largest smartphone vendor, the world, outpacing apple, but in the US, why phones are not sold over concerns that they may be used for espionage by the Chinese government most recently escalating trade tensions between China and the US. The Trump administration took it a step further American companies like Intel and Qualcomm will be forbidden from doing business with waterway. Jasmine guards, NPR news, New York, but US an Russian navies are blaming each other for near collision today in the western Pacific, the Pentagon says a Russian destroyer came within one hundred feet of the US chancellor's Ville, and the crews forced to take action to avoid a collision acting Defense Secretary, Patrick Shanahan says they will continue operations in the area despite the incident news of this morning is. Beyond disappointing. He'll unsafe unprofessional acts of certainly put our men and women at risk. The Pentagon says it will lodge a formal, diplomatic protest over what it called on safe a unsafe maneuver, by the Russian warship stocks finished the week higher. On Wall Street, tacking, social media, shares led the gainers as investors hope a weaker jobs report increases, the odds, the fed will cut interest rates in coming months. You're listening to NPR news. And this KCRW news, it's Friday, June seventh. Good evening Leary Parrella. Here's what's happening at five thirty two. Jurors and San Bernardino have reached a verdict in the case of a man charged with killing a family of four and bearing their bodies in the desert prosecutor said today, the verdict will be read in court Monday, Charles chase Merritt is charged with killing his business associate Joseph McStay mcstay's wife summer, and the couple's two young sons the family vanished from their home in twenty ten three years later. Bodies were found in shallow graves in the desert. The rate of drug overdose deaths in California prisons is higher than any other state prison system. And now governor Newsome is looking to change that with a proposed one hundred sixty million dollars per year, drug and alcohol treatment program here. KCRW Eric really, the governor's plan calls for hiring more than four hundred medical and administrative staffers in the next two years to provide comprehensive drug treatment and counseling in California's three dozen state prisons the second. Be reports that governor Newsom also on to hire more than one hundred twenty five new prison guards to safeguard program facilities escort inmates to treatment sessions the program would have a three prong, focus new inmates who were already being treated for substance abuse problems on the outside those at risk of overdosing in prison, and inmates were due to be released in less than a year and a half. The program is mob on one that's been successful in Rhode Island. That's the smallest state in the nation and state assembly report questions, whether it would work in California sprawling prison system, KCRW, Eric Roy highway crews widening crowded stretch of the I freely in an effort to ease traffic for communities in south Orange County. The nearly six hundred million dollar construction project will add one lane in each direction on six miles of the freeway between El Toro road in lake forest and the seventy three in San Juan Capistrano OC, transportation authority, CEO, Darrell Johnson tells NBC four some surface streets along the I five or also being widened,.

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"dozens states" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX

News Radio 1190 KEX

01:54 min | 3 years ago

"dozens states" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX

"Tied up in court for months or even years. More than a dozen states have already sued in federal court challenging the president's authority ABC's. Karen Travers at the White House. Chuck Iverson ABC news. Whenever you want. It all you have to do is ask Alexa, play eleven ninety K acts on iheartradio. Finally, thanks for asking. Greg w with us on this Friday morning on the Glenn Beck program is Pat gray and Jeffey for Glenn triple eight seven to seven B E C K if you'd like to get in touch with us. During the course of the show, we've got better aerobic who announced this week that he is running for president. So and you knew he would even though he said he wasn't going to you knew that the. He said he was going absolutely said he wasn't going to. But you look the he and his wife heard what the American people said wanted and he had to run. Well, when the American people are clamoring for you to run right now. What are you gonna do? You can't say no to that you could. But. You could no actually cool. You don't have a half to go against you have to you have to go. Sure. Sure. People are gonna take you lied. Yeah. Area. But it doesn't matter. But it doesn't matter because the job is to important in your your important in it for the country is to import. Plus if I could quote him for a second man, I was just born to do this. Full folklore. Man. I was just born to do this. Okay. Okay. So yesterday. This is you know, mandatory he had to start talking climate change and the the important fight on climate change. And here's Beto in that regard. Kerm says he.

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"dozens states" Discussed on WSB-AM

WSB-AM

01:58 min | 3 years ago

"dozens states" Discussed on WSB-AM

"I this is W SP twenty four hour. Continuing news forgetting Monday Gwinnett county commuters. We'll have to detour around a fifty year old bridge over I eighty five as the DOT starts a major reconstruction project because the bridge on spout springs road is so narrow it's long overdue for an upgrade to make it wider and safer that Rick Whitley tells channel two action news, this is not good news. Caused a big problem with the school buses, especially the ones is this bridge. One bus driver says it will add another twenty five minutes to her route school officials say while the pickup and drop off times may change students will not be late for school. Jennifer Griffiths WSB three teenagers between fourteen and fifteen years old or hospitalized following a Saturday night shooting in southwest Atlanta. Police were called to the camp creek marketplace after a fight escalated into gunfire tons of guy size. This really loud. Witnesses told channel two action news they heard shots fired from two different weapons. Police haven't identified any suspects, the sponsor of a controversial gun Bill. And the state house is looking for more lawmakers to sign on Georgia gun owners who wanted to carry their weapons in public can do without a permit under the Bill by Representative. Matt Gertler dozen states have passed constitutional carry essentially what it does is make the Georgia weapons license option. He's looking for other members. To sign on like Representative Colton more. It's a tax on a God, given right? And we shouldn't support that house minority leader Bob Trammell says Democrats will find it would be bad move. Sandra Parrish WSB. All right moving on to sports now NFC championship game. Overtime rains beat the saints. Twenty six to twenty three AFC championship gain. Overtime patriots down the chiefs thirty seven to thirty one L A. We'll meet New England February third in Super Bowl fifty three Amherst win stadium here in Atlanta. WSB news time to.

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