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"ed okeefe" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO
"The ad council it's two thirty nine well after winning the twenty twenty Nevada democratic caucuses Bernie Sanders is moving up in South Carolina head of the primary there on Saturday in fact a CBS news poll still sells former vice president Joe Biden in front in that state with twenty eight percent of likely democratic voters saying he's their favorite but Sanders is only five points back at twenty three percent CBS news director of elections and survey is Anthony Salvanto says Byton has lost ground with the African American voters while he's still on top with African American voters will make up most of the Democrats in this primary that leaders so much smaller now and he's got to share a lot of that support now with Bernie Sanders and with Tom sire Dyer who is a California based billionaire ranks third in South Carolina with the backing of eighteen percent of likely democratic voters a rule takes effect today that will affect people applying for green cards from overseas it's called the public charge rule CBS news immigration reporter Camille mon Toyo gal that critical policy that really immigration experts say that this really circumvents the intense about Congress how'd we instituted this public charge turn because it is a dramatic expansion of the talent that they believe will block hundreds of thousands if not millions of people over several years predominantly from Asia and Latin America and the carribean and Africa the idea is to try to determine if the person will become a public charge well as a gubernatorial proposal for forced psychiatric care for homeless people with mental illness workable for the subset of homeless who do suffer severe mental illness governor Gavin Newsom has a proposed plan involving mandatory institutionalization but some experts argue the state simply does not now have the infrastructure available there are not the resources on the back end for individuals who need that treatment Kerr Childs director of legislation at the advocacy group disability rights California the governor or thinks that there may be some some available treatment we have not seen that to be true and some are already bringing up the issue of constitutional rights which may serve as a road block Charles Feldman can extend seventy newsradio this study from USC the link secondhand smoke to chronic liver disease had found that mice that were exposed to second hand smoke had changes in their genes and molecular pathways which regulate how the liver processes facts lead author Stella Tomasi says non alcoholic fatty liver disease is complex and dark wheat accumulation of fault in the leverage and I. D. stage evaded the rush the ball and he's very curable you will can you know you you can change your diet or your your life size but if it's left untreated it can lead to things like inflammation and liver cancer Tomasi says she hopes that the molecular changes that were noticed in the study can be used as biomarkers to detect the disease at an early stage it's.
"ed okeefe" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Vermont senator Bernie Sanders in Nevada yesterday senator Sanders with a double digit lead over any of the other candidates CBS news correspondent Steve Futterman says Sanders is now the clear front runner with this win here many Democrats who oppose Bernie Sanders are going to have to come to the realization that Sanders has a very good chance to win the nomination the win here was very impressive both in the size of the when and how Sanders got support from a wide range of groups including Latinos and young people now candidate shift their focus to South Carolina and super Tuesday CBS news director of elections and surveys Anthony Salvanto says former vice president Joe Biden's lead is narrowing in that state a relatively larger number of south Carolinians say that they think it might be less likely now that Joe Biden will ultimately win the democratic nomination more so than that it's likely he'll win it and so does that make them start to reassess whether or not they would support him that's certainly not everybody in a lot of people tell us that those results don't matter but for the ones who do in a tight race in a marginal rates that can make a difference and that's kind of the mechanics of momentum here in Massachusetts the first ever round of early voting for a presidential primary starts tomorrow WBZ sherry small with details available for a primary traditionally of the last two times the federal you holding it for a November election that secretary of state bill Galvan he says starting Monday registered voters in Massachusetts will have five days that's until Friday the twenty eighth to cast their ballots early in the presidential primary election ahead of the state super Tuesday election set for March third we hope that it will help encourage people come out and vote and you never know what the weather circumstances of of the third at this point it looks like a good day but we don't know that this allows people to plan when they want to vote voting locations and hours are limited in the early voting to go to the secretary of state's official website to find out when and where you can vote Sherri small WBZ Boston city's radio starting today police in Massachusetts will be.