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"ellen woman" Discussed on The Cycling Podcast

The Cycling Podcast

08:01 min | 1 year ago

"ellen woman" Discussed on The Cycling Podcast

"Weeks ago. Remarkable in other news. George lebron's amy is joining live racing sports director in twenty twenty two after three years with trek fred. The former world champion steps in after lars bom laughed for st works and we'll also take on former dutch pro. Preciseness them stretching a sports director and performance manager of a bump revamped rather sports management team and canyons schramm has signed a two year contracts with paulina ru yakkers sherry. Bassett with that added to the team from lev racing at the request of casio navia duma. Apparently and joe's leiden has announced. She is going for the world. Our record the british drops lacolle rider will be attempting to officially break. The record set by vittorio busy of three years ago at the velodrome swiss on september the thirtieth after she smashed the previous record in training earlier this year. And we've just had news and as we started to record of the new lineup for team mccafferty's of next year which will include clara kappen berg. Rachel neyland which. I was really surprised by because he's only joined park hotel for half a season. I think that's a great me for her and pretty medicine as well So that is there. But they've got the lineup. You can find that on their website and but that's it for the news roundup if he's like we're right in the eye of the storm. We're taking a brief pause to look back because there's so much to come over the next week. Antiques as you said roussel be spinning in circles. Nine still guessing fuelling not sure what all when to eat or drink on rides that matter never again optimize your feeling strategy with real time glucose data actionable insights and personalized analytics. We're here to help you. Achieve your performance goals to super sapiens dot com from all on how to track your energy levels and fuel for success. Thank you very much. Indeed to our title sponsor super sapiens they sponsor all the talk shows including the cycling podcast femina and some exciting us from super sapiens. They have just launched their first wearable device the super sapiens energy band is the first and only wearable. It can display real time glucose data directly from abbas libra sense glucose. Biosensor is the only way to get minute by minute. Lucas data without needing a phone within bluetooth range is designed for athletes. Analogy bond can be ward on the wrist or attached to the bike and it syncs with the biosensor via bluetooth to show your glucose levels as you as you train super sapiens energy bond is available now at super sapiens dot com for one hundred fifty nine euros as you said earlier rose. I was at the world championships in bruised. Time trials 'em over the opening weekend and at the end of the women's time trump won by ellen van dyke ahead of marlin russert enemy gluten. The three of them gave a press conference and it was quite lively affair. Let's hear some of the highlights from it. Now i feel super super happy and like three Has come through. And yeah. I i knew i was in four but i also who is in great shape and also under the olympic champion so i knew it was going to be very hard battle and i had to do something better than the last week. So yeah somehow. I met his and yeah. It's quite unbelievable. Years out. Because i started one hour earlier than the molyneux on the meek and i saw the start listen. I wasn't so happy with also. Because i was looking at the wind and it seemed like windows getting stronger and we had a tailwind afford. It's not so great to start earlier. But at the same time i never wanna here intermediate dams. I don't wanna focus on anything else. That myself so Indefinitely due to write my own own trial. And i knew i had to Completely die at the famous. I i just felt like i have to the will end the finish because i just wanted to give everything in this stand. Yeah and i think i did. I mean i go faster but yeah always Pretty critical myself. So i ate. It was It was for sure it was enough. And then yeah My boyfriend told me. I say he did a great. You like yeah. You always say that. I mean it's nice really. What so i knew it was. It was gupta trial but i also knew i good in the past two weeks and then mullane would still beat me by quite a big app. So yeah i never fought fought. It could be for the win. But i really wasn't sure about that. So yeah the hour off the nerve wrecking and when i saw p seconds false intermediate the. She's better than two weeks. So it's no surprise. But i was also still opening of because it was only three seconds and then the yeah the finish just Yeah for we such emotional moment. Because then all of a sudden i realized I was gonna make it at least on the meek still had finished but that wasn't such She was already bit behind. Yeah just incredible. And i really want to run the other christian and because yeah indeed after two thousand thirteen. I just put a lot of pressure on myself. And i fought now. I have to show in every race. We'll keep this level. And i yeah. I couldn't even bear the jersey trading. Because i always thought people look at me like oh she should go champion now. Uh felt so. I put pressure on myself. And it's just a shame so Yeah i really said to myself. If i ever made it again so for sure. We'll it'll be on my jersey Yeah i've overheard different jerseys. So i better by some good whitewashing power. Driving are to clean everything but yeah it's very special. Yeah yeah somebody told me like two weeks ago. You will be european champion on the road and we'll champions answer. I would you believe for sure. So i knew this. I mean this was always a big old me this time of the year to be super good here especially after i couldn't dried the olympics. Bits of course was this appointment and also my my spring classics didn't work out because i got the corona virus and then i thought okay from now on. Everything is focused on the end of the year. Yeah and tomorrow. I just came into great flow. Now it all goes. It's going by itself. Congratulations on winning silver medal. It's a special day for your birthday. You reached out for the gold medal the perfect gift but ended up with two silver. How do you feel about that. Yeah it was also really a big three of mine to win today. As you say it's my third s first-aid was just actually. It was the biggest goal my season. So i have to say really disappointment. It's really busy for me. But to see the ellen woman she's so happy makes it a little bit better. But i'm disappointed. Hello from new personnel. Also christian commitment. Sorry last week You said after ellen won the european title uso happy for.

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"ellen woman" Discussed on KNST AM 790

KNST AM 790

05:24 min | 2 years ago

"ellen woman" Discussed on KNST AM 790

"Here, knsd Am 7 90 Tucson's most stimulating talk three things. I think you need to know number one. Is that? Ah, the FBI now has Hunter's laptop and again, like I told you, one of their best investigators that investigates child pornography has signed this subpoena for it. That is. I mean, what does that tell you? What's on Hunter? Biden's laptop, right? We can only speculate right now. But Rudy was all with us. Said he found pictures so disturbing you turned them over to the Delaware state police. That's that's crazy pictures out now again, more pictures of Hunter and Joe and a Kazakhstan gazillionaire who wanted influence and power and everything. And I never ask Hunter about his business dealings. I don't know anything about them. Except when I pose in pictures. Go out to dinner and have them the chai calms beat in the White House. Yeah, but sides that I never asked. Second thing that I think you need to know is that we're getting to this deuce Afer has Ah said. All right, we're gonna relax some rules. So you can actually do karaoke E and play bowling and induce, Um ah, place and pool and throw some axes. But there's severe restrictions about them. You must wear a mask for all of them, Of course. Ah, and we'll get into the fun hating rules coming up in just a minute. Third thing I think you need to know. Ah, and ah, man, there's there's a lot. I mean, which one year the whole show is what you need to know. Right. I mean, it's all there. Certainly no CDC What's that information that gets ignored by the media? First, they said, the Gators don't work. They don't advise them. There's no actual science says they worked the study that was done. University of Georgia talked about last week. It was done with the manufacturer that makes them so It was completely compromised. So there's no sciences. Gators actually stop anything and if people are going I'm protecting myself. Get out of here anyway. Um They report that the percentage of covert deaths has declined since early September. Yet the media's like we're all going down is like a sin. They said The percent of testing positive has increased or remain stable throughout the country. There you go. That's when you have three things. I think you need to know really quick. We've got to get into this. And Ryan wanted to comment on it. We got cut short in a 6 A.m. hour and I want you to hear it. Wait. Maybe this has to do with the actual lawsuit itself. You have Willoughby was the Ilhan Omar would be terrible. Worm and Ellen Woman. He's the professor that is representing over 100 bars, including a bunch here in Tucson, suing the governor because he is just going going after him. And it's ridiculous and some of these bars they, you know, they bring people in by playing darts and karaoke and pool and can't do any of that stuff. So here's the best part. So now you can go bowling is now allowed. I don't know about that. Did you know bowling was not a lot. I had no idea. No, no, no, I can't keep it, but you have to bring in your own ball. Because they can't just spray lice all into where your fingers go by that I have been my line. I talk about the show. I was always grossed out that people can eat in a bowling alley. People literally. You don't know these people's fingers have been They all use the same ball and they eat nachos and cheese sticks and everything is disgusting. Lick their fingers. Put it back in the ball. I've never been a fan of that. I've never thought of it until now. Thanks. You're welcome. How can people not think of that? The ball the hell wasn't anybody watching her? Yeah. What do you think goes in the holes? Fingers. So anyway, you can't bowl unless you bringing your own bowling ball. Axe throwing. I've done that once. I want to do it again. I didn't is a close. I thought I saw pictures of people doing it Still, Apparently, the governor wants you to bring in your own acts. I'm not making that up. I'm not making that up. You have to literally bring in your own axe. And when it comes to bowling and axe throwing The governor's rules are you have to do with a mask on and if they're with people, everyone must remain seated. Except the person rolling the ball or throwing the axe. So you're gonna drop me off for my wife was like we need to go ax throwing again because she found it to be fun. And she watches a lot of snapped where wives kill husbands, so she's good at it. And she was it frightens me, but she wants to go again. And I'm thinking, all right, we go with friends. Witnesses. We're adults here, right? We're in our forties and we're not going. I can't stand up and share on my wife. I can't show so we can all go out to dinner instead of a table together, But we cannot stand up. If we go bowling or axe, throwing the only person that can say the governor's treating us like kids. I am so sick of this freaking loser. I can't stand this guy. He needs to go somewhere else. Go take a job somewhere else, Just leave and honestly, the fact that there's no Republican lawmaker Just mocking the hell out of the governor for such a stupid, stupid set of rules. I don't understand it. Nobody is going to take this seriously and think it's the right thing to do. Unless you're of course. Liberal wacko. Ah, Dr Teresa calm, but but she actually doctor treats Colin. You know what she'd actually say? No, we shouldn't have any of this at all. You have this like, I don't need him to be my dad. I don't need Doug Ducey to order me around. I have a wife, right? That's it..

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"ellen woman" Discussed on 550 KFYI

550 KFYI

06:29 min | 2 years ago

"ellen woman" Discussed on 550 KFYI

"We have. Ellen Woman in law professor at A S. U is suing the governor Doug Ducey, on behalf of small businesses. He is back. Back to catch us up. And Professor Worm in the Arizona Department of Health Services issued these guidelines for bars and restaurants. What do you think of him? Thanks so much for having me back and I'll add that you left out acts throwing there's actually died in. Theo had no idea that that was a thing. I don't actually know if any of my plaintiffs actually engage in acts during but stay we lifted these. There was new guidance issued yesterday and this is a partial victory for us in this lawsuit because they make clear That the, uh that the guidelines apply to restaurants that serve alcohol as well. So one of our big claims was well, they're often restaurants with a different license number different license. Siri that act like bars right? There are hotel bars that act like the bars that were shut down right, And it wasn't clear that the's August guidelines from a VHS applied to them. And so what was happening while my plaintiffs on my client's while the bars quote unquote bars weren't doing karaoke, E couldn't do pool couldn't do darts, which is a big draw for people, right? In many places. Ah, lot of restaurants were doing it right. The restaurants from we're offering, you know, thirsty Thursdays at eight o'clock at night, you know, karaoke, and it's like, Well, if they can do it, then we should be able to do two. And the new guidelines, at least on their face suggests that they apply to restaurants to AA and other serious of liquor license. So this is this is progress for us. You know, we still have some discrimination claims right were still making the claim that bars that don't throw food you know, are singled out like if they could follow the same social distance. Sing requirements and you know that everyone else is. Why does it matter if they have a kitchen or not? There's still lots of bars that are closed down. It's not. You know, we have two bars have to sign this form they have to sign was holding at the station form under penalty of perjury. It looks like restaurants Now We'll have to do that, too. But that's you know yet to be seen on then, Of course, we still have the non delegation, doctor. You know how long The governor get exercise his emergency powers. So bottom line. This is progress for our lawsuit. I think the departments The governor's on the departments are recognizing the unfairness ah, that they've sort of created for bars. But there's still much more work to be done in our lawsuits, Professor while it's nice that they changed the guidelines, I mean, does it leave you with the same impression that that it leaves me that these guidelines were arbitrary anyway? And they could change at the drop of a hat? I mean, should they have been in place? It shouldn't have been in place in the first place. Yeah. I mean, that's absolutely true. So first of all, we never should have been closed down in the first place. But if they wanted to impose, you know these guidelines that they issued yesterday in July, you know, are the end of June, right? Maybe that would have been justified. We did see a tremendous increase in and hospitalization rate and so on, and maybe something had to be done. But the point is now it's been months, months and months and months of declining cases, and I know there are some increases today. An infection rates right. But the key metric is hospitalization and hospitalization for covert like illnesses has been in minimal, right. 23% of all hospitalizations, that's it. Four months since August 4, So the question is, What's the emergency? What's the emergency? So, as we say in our briefing to the court, the governor has effectively declared an emergency because we're in a bad hurricane season or in about fire season. You know, maybe you can close down restaurants and bars and shut down the state in March, you know, and we don't know what the pandemics going to bring. That's like That's like declaring emergency because there's an impending hurricane. Fine, but hurricane came it went. Maybe you Khun declared emergency again in June when hospitalization rates you know, kind of went up a lot, but now it's gone. The hurricane came and went, and you can't just have a perpetual emergency because it's about fire season or about hurricane season. Governor Ducey has said. Time and again this is the new normal. This is the new normal. He said that over and over again Well, it's for the Legislature to decide what restrictions should exist on people individuals, So they wear masks or not, you know, should schools be open should bars because should karaoke you'd be restricted should capacity a restaurant be restricted. If we're living under the new, normal well, it's for the Legislature to legislate under normal conditions. And so that part of our claims still very much alive, You know, as well as their stolen from other discrimination going on. But you know, that's what this boils down to. This would have been great a few months ago. It's an improvement now, because, as you said the previous guidelines were clearly arbitrary, singling out, you know, a specific series of license and so on. So it's an improvement, but they're still much much work to be done. Professor Ellen Woman is AH, he's a professor at a S U he's suing Governor Ducey on behalf of small businesses. Yeah, I have to ask you just one more question here. I've heard that there is some expectation that the judge might rule this week. Do you share that expectation? And can you guess what the ruling might be? Also, I can't really get on either of those things. I'm hoping that we get a ruling this week. Right now. There's nothing further to be done in this case until we get a ruling from the judge on our preliminary injunction. You know, we had that hearing two weeks ago, and then we had some oral arguments on what's called the motions to dismiss where the governor is trying to throw out the case, right? And so I suspect the judge will deny the motion to dismiss is right. That doesn't mean we'll win on the merits of the end of the day, but it means at least she thinks our lawsuit can proceed right? So, so I'm expecting shall rule in our favor there. But But But it's hard to know. I don't really know if you'll rule in our favor on the preliminary injunction, and at the end of the day, there's no time women I want a judge can rule and, you know, judges are busy and so on. But Because the hearing was two weeks ago. I'm expecting a ruling this week, maybe early next week, so at least we could move on to the next stage is of this case, Professor Worm unwanted. Thank you very much for bringing us up to speed and I just have to tell you The more we learn about this, the more perplexing it is. We have not heard from the governor. He has done his his usual one week presses again, I guess because there's nothing to say. And there's questions out there that he does not want to answer. So here we are playing this game. We had the governor earlier this week or with President Trump saying, you know, Hey, we don't vote for Biden because he's going to shut you down and here he is still having sections of the state. Shut down the hypocrisy. Is crushing.

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"ellen woman" Discussed on 550 KFYI

550 KFYI

05:07 min | 2 years ago

"ellen woman" Discussed on 550 KFYI

"Conservative circus. I am your Ring Master James T. Harris. Last week. We had Professor Ellen Woman. He's a law professor. At issue. We had him in the centre ring. The This was right before he headed off. The court is trying to sue Governor Doug Ducey. He's back to catch us up. And I think that Ah, apparently of Mr Woman Ah, you didn't get a mini straight answers from the people who could have shed some light on this whole situation. What did you learn from your appearance in court? Well, thanks again for having me And I guess that's right. I didn't get straight answers, but I think if he enters I expected, so let me catch you up on this. You know, One big issue in our case is the non delegation doctrine Can the Can The governor basically act like the Legislature and make all these important policies for for an indefinite period of time. And so when I had Dr Chris on the stand, I tried to get her to say, When will this emergency be over? Or at least went in these restrictions on bars and gyms? And so on. When can those be repealed? The executive order is supposed to be considered for repeal every two weeks. Turns out the governor hasn't considered hasn't talked to Dr Krista about it. It's August 10 in two months, right? Oh, wait. It's supposed to be every two weeks and this hasn't been asked his since the 10th of August. Right. So so Executive Order $2020.52, which extended executive order 2020 43, which was that second lock down. The restrictions it says, shall be considered for repeal or revision every two weeks since they promulgated the guidelines. You know that bars and gyms have to follow on August 10. They haven't considered repealing it. And so then I asked. Look, you know these Basically these restrictions. They're strangling our businesses. Right? We had a plaintiff, Ah, bar owner of in Sedona, who said if we follow them, literally to the teeth right? Everyone has ever butt in a seat. 6 ft. Apart. That creates 18% capacity. Bars and restaurants, by the way, aren't designed to operated 18% capacity like so we're hemorrhaging money so we can't go on indefinitely. So I asked Dr Chris So based on your own benchmarks, right? Your department's own benchmarks, percent positivity cases. 100,000 coping like illness is in the hospital. When will this When will this be over? If there in minimal transmission for eight weeks? Will you tell the governor to repeal the order? No. Can't say hard to predict hard to predict. Can't say, you know, And so basically, it's gonna go on forever and ever and ever until The Legislature terminates this which which they may never let me put it this way. If I may I know I'm talking about one. Okay. This is kind of like to think back in March or April. Okay, There's a declaration of emergency. We're not saying the governor couldn't have shut down the state that okay, that's like declaring. An emergency when there's an impending hurricane, But then the hurricane comes, it goes and the emergency over it's over. Now, Maybe there's a bad hurricane season and you have to declare another emergency because there's another hurricane. Maybe that's what happened in July with Spike in case is OK, but the governor has basically done Well, there's an impending hurricane coming to declare an emergency. And then I'm going to declare an emergency and act like a lawmaker for all of hurricane season or all of fire season. You know, the fact that it's fire season doesn't mean you get to act like a Legislature. The fact that it's hurricane season doesn't mean you get emergency powers. Right. At some point. This has to end We've met our objective. OK, our objective We have 13 14 weeks of decline in case is declining. All of these benchmarks. We met our objective. Now, remember the businesses that have been sacrificed in order to meet that objective and tell us when it tell us one of the little end and they couldn't do that. They couldn't do that. We have Professor Ellen Woman in the Centre ring other conservative circus. He is representing the bar owners in the state. In a lawsuit against Lord Juicy to get things opened about that you get the sense Professor Indecent, said. These scientists are at all embarrassed about the lack of science. Well, let me put it this way. No one could ask. I ask Dr Chris, you know, I asked Dr Vessel. Who's the other expert, You know, from better health, you know, Has any case of coronavirus been traced to a bar here in Arizona? And they said, no, We don't have that data. We don't have that data. Well, how do you know? You know that that bars you know, spread coronavirus. Well, you know, I go to bars and Their cramped indoor spaces off and I'm like, Well, can you ballpark for me? How many of the 2000 bars in Arizona have cramped indoor spaces? No, We have no idea. In fact, the majority of bars that their expert went to last year had outdoor patio. You know, like, where do they get this stuff? What do you mean bars of cramped indoor spaces? Yes, Some dude. Just like some restaurants do right. What You mean Bart had exceeding some do some. Don't Most of my clients don't have exceeding, you know they could Moved around and they could mark the father. I mean, it's just ridiculous. And then the other thing is the other thing is no one is willing to talk about the summer demonstrations. What you would think it's important, Okay? You think it's important for you to make an opinion, a scientific opinion that the increase in cases and subsequent decline was due to bars being open engines being open and subsequently closed? You think it would be important to exclude from your analysis? Other potential causal factors. And no one was willing to give an opinion on the contribution of mass demonstrations, even though they're experts said, Yeah, those are high risk event. And I said, Well,.

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"ellen woman" Discussed on KNST AM 790

KNST AM 790

07:23 min | 2 years ago

"ellen woman" Discussed on KNST AM 790

"Aaron's solo number 1 56% of Americans tell Gallop. I'm better off now than it was four years ago. That's the highest ever. Going into an election. Obama's was 45% just, you know, Reagan. 44% So what does that mean to you? Plus travel Gar, which is one of if not the most trusted a polling outfit. That's out there, says Trump is up by four points here in Arizona. Second thing I think you need to know Dr Cara Chris being questioned by Phil on warming, the Lawyer and ask you law professor that is representing all the bars in the lawsuit against Lucifer. Well, she actually said, I don't really have any, um, indicators that could be used to tell the governor We should probably endure your tyrannical run and dissolve these powers of the emergency covert declaration. Nothing. I have nothing I could point Are you kidding me? We'll talk to Ellen Woman about thatjust a 2nd 3rd thing I think you need to know is that Gretchen Whitmer was supposed to be kidnapped by a bunch of crazed lunatics. The media's telling you, they're far right guys. She blamed Trump for inspiring them saying their supporters yet there's videos out now, and we have a least two of the videos to guys that were arrested. They actually talk about how Trump's attire and they hate Trump. They hate all police and all government thes air anarchist. They actually do the video with an anarchist flag behind them. Words matter, except when Kamala says the protest shouldn't stop and they're not going to stop and Maxine Water says Getting their faces are the only words that matter is when they may come up at a at a trump like he's somehow inspired this ridiculous three things. I think you need to know. So let's bring on the issue Law professor who's representing over 100 bars, including We just talked to Susan for the Bay Horse Tavern, Ellen Worm and Ellen. Thanks for joining us this morning. I appreciate it, man. Yeah, My pleasure. Thanks for having me back. Of course, well before you get up data on everything that's going on with the boar lawsuit. I have to talk to you about you questioning Dr Keira Krist and the fact that she said, I mean, she looked at you and said, I have literally no indicators that I could bring to the governor to recommend that he ended his own emergency coverted powers and declaration. Yes. So one of the issues in this case, right? Is this non delegation doctor in case How long can the governor exercise these emergency powers? How long can you do that without being effectively a lawmaker without calling the Legislature decision. And Dr Chris you is that Well, you know, the emergency would be over if we had a vaccine, or if we had heard immunity or our therapeutic sufficiently advanced, you know, so that people stopped dying and getting these bad results from code of ours And so on. And question to her was well, okay. We might never get a vaccine. We might never get her herd immunity are Therapeutics might not advance sufficiently quickly. So I want you to imagine that all those things were true. We never get any of those things. At what point can you tell me that the three benchmarks right that your department promulgated in the August 10 guidelines? Okay cases for 100,000% positivity hospitalization, purported like film and I asked her if there in minimal transmission. For the entire state for eight weeks. Could you tell me that you could recommend to the governor to repeal the executive order to repeal the guidelines to call the emergency over and she said it would. It would just depend, too are to predict and, you know, give me their their benchmark. Their their benchmarks. Onda. Whole Point is, look We had a plaintiff yesterday comes Mooney's Irish pub, Sedona, who testified, he said, Look these guidelines. If they had come out in June, I get it. They would have been reasonable. We had an increase in cases, but we've met her objective. We've had 14 weeks now. 14 weeks of decline, no evidence of any obvious sort of rebound. It's sort of it's sort of stabilized. Okay, so we've met our objective. And now you have to remember the sacrifice. That we bar owner, the business owners that Jim had made because we cannot survive like this. They're hemorrhaging money, Mr Jules Pub in Sedona. If you literally follow the guidelines to a T this everyone has to be ceded to. You have to have tables and everyone has to be 6 ft. You know apart, he's done 18% capacity. You can't survive like that. You're going to run out of money in a month. I'm going to run out of money. And if you have to sell the house we're gonna have to, you know, declare Baker buzzing and give up. You know in a lot of plaintiffs are like again the guideline If they had been rolled out in June, Remember, they weren't They just closed down. Bart didn't even give him a chance didn't even give him a chance. If they had been rolled down world out in June. Find maybe, but we met our objective and now they can't tell us when they're going to let up. They can't tell us when they're going to let up. Well, business is we're going to start going out of business and they've already have they already have, And that's what that's the situation we're in today. One of the things we're talking with Ilan workmen. He's the lawyer and law professor representing all the bars 100 plus bars in his lawsuit against their lawsuit against Doug Ducey. Eyes on Candice T Am 7 91 of the things that I read that that Chris told you is that the reason they did they did the emergency order was to make sure that hospitals weren't overwhelmed. Did you happen to ask her is right right now. Hospitals are actually furloughing people according to people that I know in hospitals, hospitals or not overwhelmed at all. They don't have covert cases anymore for some of them. So did she say anything about that? They're they're still keeping this going. Even though the original excuse was, we can't overwhelm hospitals when our hospitals are empty. Right? That's that's That's the whole point again. One of the one of the three benchmarks three metrics, right? He's getting criterion covered like hospitalization. And they've been in minimal for weeks. Even if you know people still positive sometimes doesn't mean you're gonna be hospitalized. You solve cases sometimes right? That doesn't mean you're going to be hospitalized, But hospitalizations have been in the minimal transmission category for a long, long, long time. And their argument is well, but what happens when we get the flu? And then we have to do with the flu and the Corona virus? And so it always Michael? Back up? So there's a risk it Michael back up? Well, yeah, I guess so. So then we're going to have a public emergency for two years and we're just going to lose business is left and right. You you've met your objective met your objective, and now it's time to remember the sacrifice that these business owners have made. Did they give you any examples? XI give you examples of bars being super spreaders of this virus. No, she could be none of that None. None of the witnesses could answer. I mean, they didn't answer. They said, you know, Do you know of a single taste of Corona virus in Arizona? That could be traced to a bar in Arizona, and they all said, we don't know. We don't know. We don't have that kind of data. It's all based on assumptions. And look, we're not disputing. We're not disputing that bars. Under certain conditions can create conditions for spread. Just like any location where you're going to have a lot of people, potentially maybe loud music and no one can create the condition for spread. But the whole ridiculous thing is why that true on ly of bars, Okay, That's the first thing and B. You never even gave bars a chance to try to conform to reasonable regulations. Like how about just, you know no loud music. After 10 PM or something like that, so people don't have to scream and shout over each other and spread these droplets or whatever right there. That's what we don't understand. That's the basis of our lawsuit. I mean, putting aside that they don't actually have any evidence. The bar's actually contributed to the spread here in Arizona. The question is, why are you singling bars out? All you're doing is funneling these young people into other establishments that basically acted like bars. You know, we showed this video of a serious 12 restaurant license in Tucson in Tucson. You probably know them that has a deejay and nightclubs. Every Thursday, Friday and Saturday night. OK, cirie 12 license..

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"ellen woman" Discussed on KNST AM 790

KNST AM 790

05:50 min | 2 years ago

"ellen woman" Discussed on KNST AM 790

"By strong bill plumbing, air and solar number one Gallup asked the question. Are you better off now than you were four years ago? 56% of Americans said Yes, I'm better off now than it was under Obama. Biden 56%. When Obama ran for reelection. It was only 45%. When Reagan swept 49 of the 50 states. It was only 44%. 56% into pandemics. Yeah, better off now than I was four years ago under Obama, Biden. So you want to know? I'm confident. That's just one of the reasons second thing that I think you need to know. Is it looks like the unfortunately ah, the the Doug Dusa for China virus locked down will continue. I guess until we get a spent until the Legislature gets back in jail, Dr Cara Chris was deposed by Ellen Woman representing 100, plus bars in the lawsuit against Lucifer. And he asked her. What the indicators that will that will you go that you have that say it's okay to open fully now. And she said, Well, I we have no indicators. We only have benchmarks to get schools and businesses open but nothing to say that no indicators to say that we should get rid of this emergency power Emergency Covic Declaration. No indicators. None. Sick. No reaction from any state lawmakers where Artie third thing that I think you need to know. Gretchen Whitmer was supposed to be apparently kidnapped by AH militia group. And they're an anarchist militia group videos out that they hate Trump. We play the audio. The ringleader literally said Trump's attire, and he's not a friend of ours. Yet instead of saying Thank you, Gretchen Whitmer blamed Trump for inspiring them to do it. She said. Words have meaning. Yeah, well, what about Kamala Harris, saying the protest shouldn't end there. Not going. They shouldn't end and Maxine Waters get in their face. Hypocrites. Three things. I think you need to know we have. Ah, Sarah, obviously a lot coming up the next 3.5 weeks, one of the big races CD to where you have a right now an incumbent congresswoman. Who I mean, she's a relevant. Where is Ann Kirkpatrick? I have no idea. So the Republican candidate Branden Martin joins me now to talk about, well, everything that's going on so you can get some flavor for him and figure out if maybe he's a better choice, which he is then. And Brandon. How you doing, man? Morning, Garret. I'm doing great. How are you? All right. Thank you. First where I've been looking. There are no new stories about Ann Kirkpatrick, her Twitter account. I think it's operated by her staff, because there's nothing but like, you know, retweeted news stories. I have no idea where this woman is What I have not heard from her. I've not seen her. There's no local news stories. I don't even know why she gets a paycheck. Well, maybe we should ask Ruben Gay go because he's rolling by proxy for So maybe maybe he knows where she's at. Oh, it's one of those. She's afraid to go anywhere because of the China virus. She's been she was missing. Before that she's missed over 100 votes. She's the most absolute member of the Arizona delegation. He's been getting paid over $174,000 a year and not doing her job. And she has crazy Reuben Diego who is a hard core leftist up in the Phoenix area, His sisters, the mayor, Phoenix, she said, I want you to vote for me. She is outsourced are our opportunity. She outsource our You know everything. She outsource our boat here in city too. Right now. Reuben Gay goes voting for you. Did she ever us respond to you, Brandon about any kind of a debate, you know? Is she willing to do anything in public or no? She said, according to the Arizona Daily Star, that she's willing to do it that she's willing to participate in a debate. But she hasn't committed to that. And yesterday we went, we went to Twitter. And when we said, and it's time to debate people deserve to know where you stand on the issues, and she's not willing to do it. I mean, I haven't heard a peep from her yet and she didn't show up at the veil community for him. She hasn't been showing up to work. She's just coasting along, hoping that she can. She can win. If you just stayed quiet. She's hiding in the bunker. And you know Nancy Pelosi He just wants to remain quiet because she votes 100% of time with Nancy Pelosi when her votes go in 100% of time within my own Nancy Pelosi, so she's just hoping that you can coast by and win this, but we're going to take the city back. We're going to win. Brandon Martin's on knsd Am 7 90. He's running for Congress in District two here in Southern Arizona s O. I look, she's getting 174 grand did not do her job. She's missing in action. She's not doing anything for Southern Arizona right now. If people are you know if people are listening right now, maybe they backed her supporter don't know much about your They're just finding out that she's literally doing nothing. What are you offering The people of southern Arizona if you were to be the representative in Congress. Great question. They can go to Brandon Martin for congress dot com. Check out my contract with the city to I've put everything out there. I put what I plan to do how I would represent them. What bill that I would support. What issues that I want a dress for them. How I would run the office. I mean, we have a detailed contract with CD to on how we're going to this, But my whole life has been about service to my nation. I want to continue that service in the House of Representatives for seeding, too. You deserve a vote you deserve a voice in Washington is going to actually advocate for you and your rights to keep businesses open to keep families earning paychecks, really compare their bills and put food on the table..

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"ellen woman" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

05:44 min | 2 years ago

"ellen woman" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"A Bloomberg radio special selecting the next Supreme Court justice. I'm David Western President. Trump has made an official nominating me Cockney Barrett to replace the Late Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg on the high court. I have no illusions that the road ahead of me will be easy, either for the short term or the long haul. I never imagined that I would find myself in this position. But now that I am, I assure you that I will meet the challenge with both humility and courage. Barrett has been the front runner since the death of Justice Ginsburg last Friday. Sources tell us President Trump views the judges a smart, hard nose conservative who can have a long tenure on the high court. But how will her legal views shaped the court's approach to the economy and to business? Joining us now to help answer that question is Ellen Woman he is associate professor at the Sandra Day O'Connor College of Law at Arizona State University Press. The woman specializes in administrative and constitutional law. So welcome Professor is great to have you here. We tend to think about the Supreme Court at least the popular culture in terms of abortion and gun control. But there are a lot of things the court does that really affect businesses. Well, do we have any sense of how Judge Barrett becoming a justice Barritt? Might affect business. This is a hot topic, sort of among the lawyer circles in legal circles but also been among the business community is the role of the administrative state, the role of the administrative state in our constitutional system and its impact on businesses Because you know the traditional separation of powers model Congress makes the law the president executes along the courts adjudicate the law and business is kind of know where to go. If you want a lot pass to go to Congress, right if you you're in trouble, you go to the courts and so on. Today. More and more administrative agencies make the regulations right that buying businesses that affect the business community that hell, because this is what they can and can't do. These regulations are made pursuant to really, really broad delegations of power from Congress. You know, Congress likes to past statutes like you know, there shall be clean air, and it leaves it up to the agencies to figure out well, who has to pollute less. And you know the cost. On businesses. And so we may see some revival of some older doctrines like the non delegation, doctrine and other doctrines to try to rein in the administrative state. And and this has the potential to be AH, more business friendly environment. A zoo result of that. So when you talk with the Ministry of State you're talking, I think larger but some of what we call the independent agencies, the FCC, the FTC, the SEC that are appointed by the political people, but actually, they have some 10 year beyond that. That's right. And it's not just the these independent agencies. The so called independent commissions will make him independent is that they're somewhat insulated from the president's ability to fire them. They're insulated by what's called four cause removal provisions. But also, you know, executive branch agencies that aren't protected that way. The environmental Protection Agency OSHA, the Occupational Safety and Health Administration under the Department of Labor, you know that The these could be sub cabinet departments were in theory. There's a direct line of control to the president. But for a large measure, they operate crazy autonomously, you know, pursuant to these broad authorities that Congress gives the agencies but yes, but independent agencies are sort of the biggest corporate what people tend to think about FTC SEC as you say, but it's also other, you know other agencies as well that aren't Technically independent, but but they still exercise a lot of autonomous power. Given how large the country's gotten the commerce has gotten business has gotten. Do we have any alternative but to delegate? Some of this? The president's self can't administer every one of these laws. It's true, you know, the society have gotten more complex. Congress doesn't have the capacity on the attention span even but had the desire you know, to legislative more details, so maybe delegation of power is inevitable. But that doesn't mean there aren't you no other options and potentially business friendly options. You know the rain's acted in an example Rand Paul introduced it, I think every year the rains Act basically would say, look for important and economically impactful regulations. The agency can go ahead and propose the regulation go through the process promulgate the regulation, but before it actually takes effect before it has The force and effect of actual law. Congress has to vote on it. So Judge Perry has been in the seventh Circuit Court of Appeals. Before that she was 15 years at Notre Dame Law School on the factory there. Do we have any indication from her writings for rulings are writings how she might come down on this issue? I really can't say I mean, as a general, you know, and originalist someone who takes the founders intentions seriously you no one can assume that she'll have the same. Are similar views, at least to justice Gorsuch just a cabin on Justice Thomas and so on. But, you know, I consider myself an originalist and I have and I write a lot of the non delegation doctrine and I have very quirky views. You know my view of what Congress is a lot to delegate it actually much more capacious than Justice Thomas's view. So there is an intra originalist disagreement over the scope of the non delegation doctrine over just how limited cars have to be. And just where you know the new justice will fall, you know is yet to be determined their possible ramifications to go even beyond delegation or non delegation to the scope of the commerce clause because we saw Chief Justice Roberts even as he voted to uphold the Affordable Care act based on the tax point. Did a lot of dictum. I thought at least saying, you know what? I'm not sure the commerce clause goes that broadly, which would be a very big departure from where the Supreme Court has been. Yeah, you think that's right. I think we already have had the vote before, As you say, under the Affordable Care Act case, the Supreme Court basically said in the last five or four part of the opinion that it would violate the commerce clause, who forced people into commerce. But even then, you know, forcing people into commerce is pretty narrow. I mean, it's not like Congress does something like individual mandate that often right? The reality is today. Almost everything affects commerce. Every you know all economic activity in the states affect interstate commerce somehow, and I find it very unlikely that the Supreme Court is going to reconsider those cases. Fascinating. This really, truly helpful Thank you so much. Professor Ellen Woman, He is from Arizona State coming.

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"ellen woman" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

05:43 min | 2 years ago

"ellen woman" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Is Bloomberg. This's a Bluebird radio special selecting the next Supreme Court justice. I'm David Western President. Trump has made an official nominating me Cockney Barrett to replace the late Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg. On the high court. I have no illusions that the road ahead of me will be easy, either for the short term or the long haul. I never imagined that I would find myself in this position. But now that I am I assure you that I will meet the challenge with both humility and courage. Barrett has been the front runner since the death of Justice Ginsburg last Friday. Sources tell us President Trump views the judges a smart, hard nose conservative who can have a long tenure on the high court. But how will her legal views shaped the court's approach to the economy and to business? Joining us now to help answer that question is Ellen Woman he is associate professor at the Sandra Day O'Connor College of Law at Arizona State University. First, a woman specializes in administrative and constitutional law. So welcome Professor is great to have you here. We tend to think about the Supreme Court at least the popular culture in terms of abortion and gun control. But there are a lot of things the court does that really affect businesses. Well, do we have any sense of how Judge Barrett becoming a justice Barritt might affect business? This is a hot topic sort of among the lawyer circles in legal circles but also been among the business community is the role of the administrative state, the role of the administrative state in our constitutional system and its impact on on businesses Because you know the traditional separation of powers model Congress makes the law the president executes along the courts adjudicate the law and business is kind of know where to go. If you want a lot pass to go to Congress, right if you you're in trouble, you go to the courts and so on. Today. More and more administrative agencies make the regulations right that buying businesses that affect the business community. Tell this is what they can and can't do. These regulations are made pursuant to really, really broad delegations of power from Congress. You know, Congress likes to past statutes like you know, there shall be clean air, and it leaves it up to the agencies to figure out well, who has to pollute less. And you know the cost. ONBUSINESS ism So we may see some revival of some older doctrines like the non delegation, doctrine and other doctrines to try to rein in the administrative state. And and this has the potential to be AH, more business friendly environment a result of that. So when you talk with the Ministry of State you're talking, I think larger but some of what we call the independent agencies, The FCC, the FTC, the SEC That are appointed by political people, but actually, they have some 10 year. Beyond that, That's right. And it's not just the the independent agencies. The so called independent commissions will make him independent is that they're somewhat insulated from the president's ability to fire them. They're insulated by what's called for cause removal provisions. But also, you know, executive branch agencies that aren't protected that way. The Environmental Protection Agency OSHA, the Occupational Safety and Health Administration under the Department of Labor, You know that the these Khun B sub cabinet departments were in theory, there's a direct line of control to the president. But for a large measure, they operate pretty autonomously, you know, pursuant to these broad authorities that the Congress gives the agencies but yes, But independent agencies are sort of the biggest corporate what people tend to think about FTC SEC as you say, but it's also other, you know other agencies as well that aren't Technically independent, but but they still exercise a lot of autonomous power. Given how large the country's gone the commerce has gotten business has gotten. Do we have any alternative but to delegate? Some of this? The president's self can't administer every one of these laws. It's true, you know, the society have gotten more complex. Congress doesn't have the capacity on the attention span, and even but had the desire, you know, toe legislated more details, so maybe delegation of power is inevitable. But that doesn't mean there aren't you no other options and potentially business friendly options. You know the rain's acted in an example Rand Paul introduced it, I think every year the rains Act basically would say, look for important and economically impactful regulations. The agency can go ahead and propose the regulation go through the process promulgate the regulation, but before it actually takes effect before it has Force and effect of actual law. Congress has to vote on it. So Judge Barrett has been in the seventh Circuit Court of Appeals. Before that she was 15 years at Notre Dame Law School on the faculty there. Do we have any indication from her writings for rulings are writings how she might come down on this issue? I really can't say I mean, as a general, you know? Ah, originalist, someone who takes the founders intentions seriously you no one can assume that she'll have the same are similar views, at least to justice course. It's just a cabin on justice Thomas and so on. But, you know, I consider myself an originalist and I have and I write a lot of the non delegation doctrine and I have very quirky views. You know my view of what Congress is a lot to delegated actually, much more capacious than Justice Thomas's view, so there is an intra originalist. Disagreement over the scope of a non delegation doctrine over just how limited cars have to be and just where you know the new justice will fall. You know yet to be determined are their possible ramifications to go even beyond delegation or non delegation to the scope of the commerce clause because we saw chief Justice Roberts even as he voted to uphold the Affordable Care act based on the tax point. Did a lot of dictum. I thought at least saying, you know what? I'm not sure the commerce clause goes that broadly, which would be a very big departure from where the Supreme Court has been. Yeah, you think that's right. I think we already have had the vote before, As you say, under the Affordable Care Act case, the Supreme Court basically said in the last 54 part of its opinion that it would violate the commerce clause who forced people into commerce. But even then, you know, forcing people into commerce is pretty narrow. I mean, it's only Congress does something like the individual mandate that often right The reality is today. Almost everything affects commerce. Every you know, all economic activity in the states affect interstate commerce somehow, and I find it very unlikely that the Supreme Court is going to reconsider those cases. Fasten this. Really, truly helpful. Thank you so much, Mr Ellen Woman he.

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"ellen woman" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

05:43 min | 2 years ago

"ellen woman" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Selecting the next Supreme Court justice. I'm David Western President. Trump has made it official nominating me Cockney Barrett to replace the late Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg on the high court. I have no illusions that the road ahead of me will be easy, either for the short term or the long haul. I never imagined that I would find myself in this position. But now that I am I assure you that I will meet the challenge with both humility and courage. Barrett has been the front runner since the death of Justice Ginsburg last Friday. Sources tell us President Trump views the judges a smart, hard nose conservative who can have a long tenure on the high court. But how will her legal views shaped the court's approach to the economy and to business? Joining us now to help? Answer that question is Ellen Woman he is associate professor at the Sandra Day O'Connor College of Law at Arizona State University or Woman specializes in administrative and constitutional law. So welcome Professor is great to have you here. We tend to think about the Supreme Court at least the popular culture in terms of abortion and gun control. But there are a lot of things the court does that really affect businesses. Well, do we have any sense of how Judge Barrett becoming adjust? Spirit might affect business. This is a hot topic, sort of among the lawyer circles in legal circles but also been among the business community is the role of the administrative state, the role of the administrative state in our constitutional system and its impact on businesses Because you know the traditional separation of powers model Congress makes the law the president executes along the courts adjudicate the law and business is kind of know where to go. If you want a law passed to go to Congress, right if you you're in trouble, you go to the courts and so on. Today. More and more administrative agencies make the regulations right that buying businesses that affect the business community that tells us this is what they can and can't do. These regulations are made pursuant to really, really broad delegations. Apart from Congress, you know Congress likes to past statutes like you know, there shall be clean air, and it leaves it up to the agencies to figure out well, who has to pollute less. And you know the cost. On businesses. And so we may see some revival of some older doctrines like the non delegation, doctrine and other doctrines to try to rein in the administrative state. And and this has the potential to be AH, more business friendly environment a result of that. So when you talk with the Ministry of State you're talking, I think larger but some of what we call the independent agencies, the FCC, the FTC, the SEC that are appointed by political people, but actually, they have some 10 year beyond that. That's right. And it's not just the these independent agencies the so called independent commissions. What makes them independent is that they're somewhat insulated from the president's ability to fire them. They're insulated by what's called four cause removal provisions. But also, you know, executive branch agencies that aren't protected that way. The environmental Protection Agency OSHA, the Occupational Safety and Health Administration under the Department of Labor, you know that These could be sub cabinet departments were in theory. There's a direct line of control to the president. But for a large measure, they operate pretty autonomously, You know, pursuant to these broad authorities that Congress gets the agencies, But yes, But independent agencies are sort of the biggest culprit. What people tend to think about FTC FCC as you say, but it's also other, you know other agencies as well that aren't Technically independent, but but they still exercise a lot of autonomous power. Given how large the country's gone the commerce has gotten business has gotten. Do we have any alternative but to delegate? Some of this? The president's self can't administer every one of these laws. It's true, you know, the society have gotten more complex. Congress doesn't have the capacity on the attention span. And even that had the desire, you know, to legislative more details, so maybe delegation of power is inevitable. But that doesn't mean there aren't you no other options and potentially business friendly options. You know the rain's acted in an example Rand Paul introduced it, I think every year the rains Act basically would say, look for important and economically impactful regulations. The agency can go ahead and propose the regulation go through the process promulgate the regulation, but before it actually takes effect before it has the force and effect of actual law. Congress has to vote on it. So Judge Barry has been in the seventh Circuit Court of Appeals. Before that she was 15 years at Notre Dame Law School on the factory there. We have any indication from her writings for rulings are writings how she might come down on this issue. I really can't say I mean, as a general, you know? Ah, originalist, someone who takes the founders intentions seriously you no one can assume that she'll have the same are similar views, at least to justice, Gorsuch and just just a cabin on Justice Thomas and so on. But, you know, I consider myself an originalist and I have and I write a lot of the non delegation doctrine and I have very quirky views. You know my view of what Congress is a lot to delegated actually, much more capacious than Justice. Thomas's So there is an intra originalist disagreement over the scope of the non delegation doctrine over just how limited cars have to be and just where you know the new justice will fall. You know yet to be determined their possible ramifications to go even beyond delegation or non delegation to the scope of the commerce clause because we saw chief Justice Roberts even as he voted to uphold the Affordable Care act based on the tax point. Did a lot of dictum. I thought least saying, you know what? I'm not sure the commerce clause goes that broadly, which would be a very big departure from where the Supreme Court has been. Yeah, you think that's right. I think we already have had the vote before, As you say, under the Affordable Care Act case, the Supreme Court basically said in 54, part of its opinion that it would violate the commerce clause who forced people into commerce. But even then, you know, forcing people into commerce is pretty narrow. I mean, it's not like Congress does something like the individual mandate that often right The reality is today. Almost everything affects commerce. Every you know all economic activity in the states affect interstate commerce somehow, and I find it very unlikely that the Supreme Court is going to reconsider those cases. Fascinating. This really, truly helpful Thank you so much. Professor Ellen Woman, He is from Arizona State coming up the.

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"ellen woman" Discussed on KNST AM 790

KNST AM 790

03:53 min | 2 years ago

"ellen woman" Discussed on KNST AM 790

"So Karen Lewis is off today. He is on a secret mission. That I am at the sign a non disclosure forms then couldn't tell you about. So you gotta listen to him tomorrow. Hopefully, he'll be able to share with you his top secret travel. Why did you know I didn't sign anything He's going to go get you said whatever you do, don't say anything, all right? Home. I mean, I I had the like. Offer him my entire liquor cabinet. Maybe it was just a roast. Talk me out of my liquor cabinet. I hear it's phenomenal. Nobody comes over to see us anymore. I'll see you at 10 40. My wife says nobody wants to talk to me because I talk too much about politics and the covert virus. Over your Kittery. Everybody's talking about it. She says. Well, nobody's gonna like you anymore. Says good people I don't wanna have, like, anyway. Let's go back to your phones, Kunst. Good morning, Susan. This is Ed Martin and forget Carlos. Morning and you do a good job. Don't tell yourself we got to get a lawsuit going, Ellen Woman from a rescue for the bar owners and, uh, a lot of us are too small Mom and pop organizations, You know, I mean, I probably know more than maximum 50. People in our place is if that And the whole idea of duty is that he's he's being financed by the by the restaurant association is the corporate takeover to get better. Mom and pop are almost always vote conservative for obvious reasons, but they got a hand strong, You know, they've got a license and realizes and re feed and feed and lighten up one side and down the other and so It is. We're stuck. Anybody who owns the property outright like me. We have to have a liability waiver of some sort because false accusations can be done with impunity. Nobody. Nobody checks up on those to see how many of these complaints quote unquote are actually riel? And now we're in a Napoleonic law. You have to prove it didn't happen as opposed to, you know, whatever happened to innocent until proven guilty. What about the windows? In that way? I have to tell you in that way about 20 years unity ball with female white liberal women that I have Made the mistake of employing over time. Not lately, but I've seen that happen has been some sort of problem what they're thinking, and I'm just saying that sale people decide. They've had enough of this. And take that the company because Republicans You know? Unfortunately, there are no you don't get a good guy, either one of them They're left bad, Maybe, but it conservatism is where we're supposed to be. People have to figure out who's got the consequence. I'll be lion. Nobody. Nobody that college educated people think that we're stupid that we don't know the same result they took, which is well, that is hardly needs, says the top of the elevator in a pyramid of needing everything you need to get by in life. Elvis team. You've got to be self actualized. We've got to go back to work. All these social problems you're gonna have from suicide, drug addiction, depression. You know, this is going to be a huge problem and duty needs to be thrown the hell out of any future in politics. A man has back wrong horse and we need him to go away and we can't give it to him. Now, Maybe he'll get Corona virus And, uh, you know, have a heart Hey, will die won't die. I mean, it's not good to watch what hope hope somebody dies. But even if he did get Corona virus, his chance of getting really in trouble is pretty minimal. You know, I mean, you know me. They scare the crap scared the crap out of everybody. And that's the reason why you're cranked up about what? Hey, let me ask you a question. Yep. Can people go to the bar and sit at the bar? Not my bar. We're not even open. You mean you're not.

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"ellen woman" Discussed on 550 KFYI

550 KFYI

07:59 min | 2 years ago

"ellen woman" Discussed on 550 KFYI

"Ring Master James T. Harris. Professor Ellen Woman is a He's a professor of Day issues Law school. He's representing the Arizona bar owners of who were targeted by Governor Doug Ducey. And yesterday there was a setback. We're going to welcome into the center ring, Other conservative circus and you had a miracle. Superior County judge who ruled in the case and said that the governor that was, she said the bar's suing the governor have failed to show that the governor's orders violate the Arizona Constitution or caused irreparable harm to the business. Which I just think it's absolutely laughable, Professor Worm in Well where what did you think about this ruling? Yeah, thanks So much for having me again. So yesterday was ah, setback. We lost our temporary restraining order motion or a preliminary injunction motion that just to be clear this was, you know, a motion for temporary relief. It's a motion for immediate relief. It doesn't mean we're going to ultimately lose of the case, but at the Superior Court, but it but it is a setback. You know, the judge had language in there to the effect that were unlikely to succeed on our non delegation argument, and we're unlikely to succeed on our privileges or immunities argument. But look, Although this is a setback, the ruling was not entirely unexpected. But this is why we actually filed the lawsuit initially in the Supreme Court of Arizona. Because the non delegation claims you know that we're making again. The non delegation doctor in this idea that the Legislature can't delegated legislative power that governor do see is basically acting like a lawmaker. There hasn't been a successful non delegation challenge at the federal level since 1935. But we think this is a successful one. But we think it's going to take the Supreme Court of the state of Arizona to make that ruling. It's not surprising. Right that Ah Superior Court judge certainly at the temporary restraining order, a phase, you know, didn't agree with us on that The judge gave us one paragraph on the non delegation argument. You know, I have four article from the non delegation argument. We had pages and pages of briefing and we got a paragraph on it, but he had not unexpected. At this stage in the case, but it is, but it is something of a setback on the discrimination argument that we're making. The judge also said that we're unlikely to show success on that claim because the government simply has to show a rational basis. You know, some conceivable basis for thinking there's a reason to single out Siri's sixes and sevens. Now again. This is the preliminary phase on so we may win on this ultimately. But again, you know there are things we argued that makes this case different. State legislatures usually get deference. They you know, as long as there's some rational basis for the some conceivable basis right for the Legislature to think you know that this was reasonable, then the courts will differ, but But no one's ever said that the executive acting alone gets this massive amount of deference right? And so that's sort of where we are in the case. Those are the arguments that were going to be pushing when, when the judge hears Mohr about this case on the merits in the next couple of days or so, my problem with the decision is, you know her language, she says. Our world is facing And unrelenting spread of the guard novel Corona virus, which causes communicable infection, Communicable infections disease known as covert 19, What the hell does that have to do with the Constitution or the constitutionality of the governor's actions or the fact that he's picking and choosing winners? Right. So so what? What I will say on this is, you know she does borrow a lot from the governor's briefing. And that's not unexpected, either. You know, she only had a couple of days to write the temporary restraining order. Ah, ruling. And so that's unexpected. But look, we're not conceding, or, you know we're not accepting or denying the fact that we are currently in a state of emergency of extreme peril, toe safety of persons or property. You know, some of the plaintiff's think we are something we aren't We don't want to put the judge in the position of judging that. But your point is exactly right argument is even if we are still in a you know, a state of emergency. The governor has still exceeded statutory authority. We argue that under the emergency statute, the governor basically has authority to marshal the emergency services of the state, right. He can build order Field hospital to be built. He can ration medicine. He can order healthcare workers from one state to another. He can order MM services from one county to another. Excuse me. That's what the emergency power is its emergency assistance, its recovery operations. It doesn't give the Governor authority to take actions. You know, for months and months on end, however, you know, secondarily or tertiary Lee. It might be related to the Corona virus, so we're going even if we are still in a state of emergency. The governor, You know, can'tjust legislate on every economic, social and cultural question. You know for the foreseeable future, which we argue is what he's doing here, and I thought that was what the judge should be acting gone. We have a professor Yelland Ah, Woman in the center ring of the conservative circus Yesterday. You tweeted. One of my clients has a big pool hall but can't open his bill birds, even though he's been pulled table even though he suspended his liquor license and no longer serves alcohol because he Hey, Siri, six, yet David Buster's main event and another bar all continued to offer pool and alcohol. What kind of justice is this? And that speaks to what? What? What? You're what you're going. Get here into my opinion. What the judge did not address. What kind of justice are we looking at here? Yeah, And that's the whole point of the distinction between Sirius six and seven licenses that they're drawing. Our whole argument is even if there's a rational basis for them to have thought that was that distinction makes sense. It's defensible by evidence. If we have evidence that she was actually completely irrational to draw that distinction, then we should win and it is irrational. As you said, I have a client with a big pool. Hall tried to suspend his liquor license, no alcohol at all. But they say no, you have to pause operation because you have a serious six even if you don't serve any alcohol, and yet David Buster's main event bolero in these other places. Different series of licenses, you know, have alcohol and bowling. So on pool Excuse me and another parlor games and so again. Where is the justice? We think we've shown the discrimination and we hope the judge reconsidered that part of her ruling Professor. Women. One last question quickly. There are a lot of people out there who are who say you know what do these owners? Hey, you know, just open and tell the governor tell the judicial system that God I'll should they Well, I'm certainly not in a position to tell my quiet, You know, Tio do that. We still have hope in this case because we're seeking to clear it Ori judgment, The case should proceed on a speedy basis. So maybe we'll have a hearing on the governor's motion to dismiss next week and the judge couldn't reconsider it. And then we'll be quickly on our way to an appeals. But yes, look, the litigation process is slow. There's no doubt about that. But I really hope everyone can, you know, hold on for just a little bit longer, Even though it's getting harder and harder and harder. Some of my clients have been closed going on for six months night. It's crazy, Professor woman I want to thank you very much for your time, and we will touch base with you. As this continues to develop, we're going to talk about a little bit more about this and also how there's been a change with the Democrats. When it comes to the violence we're seeing across our country will do that is 7 48. So you want to go tankless? Because you know that is the best way to go. But the timing is not right. Well, I understand. It is not time to go within all about water Tankless water heater, then you should definitely get all about water, too, to service. Your tank That's going to make it last longer is going to help your tank perform better, and it will flush out all the settlements in the tank, which will make the water cleaner. Now when you're ready to go within all about water tank with water eater, Here's what's going to happen. Number one, You're gonna get an analyst an instant hot water flow of hot water. That's.

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05:09 min | 2 years ago

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"Follow me at Gary Lewis on Twitter at Jerry Lewis on parlor again. You see the Doug Ducey picture all that stuff? We'll talk about Portland coming up in a minute as well. But we talked about Doug. Do you see the end of the last hour? On the fact that Ah, the massless Doug Ducey sent the liquor board. To go. Shut down. Ah, three bars right now in the Scottsdale Tempe area. They're not messing around. And people had the audacity to stand. They were standing at a bar standing. How dare you say you must sit? Some people were dancing. You can't dance. You must sit all this stuff. All this stuff at bar Siri's Ah, six and seven licence holders at the restaurant. Siri's 12, you can go do that mean it? No one's going to say anything. What do see is eyes doing? Eso bar owner. The Bay Horse Tavern owner here in town, Susan has called in Susan. Hi. Welcome. Thank you for waiting. Thanks. So I see this is a deuce deploy. He's going to use this to defend against the over 125 bar owners that are suing him, saying This is precisely why I shut down sixes and sevens because as you can see, We have them sign and access station and they verified that they would adhere to be blood on rules and they did not. Consequently, I can defend my actions by saying that this is proof. And by the way, none of the casino hotel Or restaurants. Bars have been opening and operating and getting 70% of their income already that they lost initially, while we were shut down, those particular ones didn't have to find out at the station. There's verification in photographs that they have had the same kinds of things going on theirs and they're not. Open any kind of recrimination from it. It's disgusting. I'm very disappointed that the Supreme Court didn't want to hear the case. I'm assuming that some of them are appointed by do see, and they kind of did him a favor. Ah, that's what I think. Because it seemed like an open and shut case. Did you join that Ellen Woman lawsuit 126 bars or No, We're just watching it at absolutely. And I did not find it at the station and we're not open and we're not going to be I will no longer go ahead and play these games with this man who thinks he has the future. What I said everybody who's a voter in this state. Make sure that you plan your life in the future to make sure he has no future. At all in politics. Yeah. Yep. Did you speak with a Mr Ming? You spoke with the attorney up there and rescue That professor was also intended to Ilan warm. And what did he say to you about this whole situation? It sends out he sent out emails everyone and keeps us up. Tio speed on what's going on. I just went ahead and said exactly to him in an email, so I just said to you. And I suggest that it is, in fact, a ploy. Why else would he have all of us son and access station that no one else has to do that has the same kind of situation going on and has been doing it when we were closed, so those people can do whatever they want, where we have to adhere to the particular rule. In fact, he's made it very simple for me to go ahead and go in and they could have been sent in to take photographs and claim this is what we're going on. And it was actually do see people doing it to make sure someone gets sent in and be the beyond the headlines. The media would pick it up the sea. These bars can't be trusted. Interesting. You know, He's a very busy man. And, yeah, it is easy is a sick powerful. You know, when we had Andy Biggs on on Thursday, I think was Thursday mean Andy Biggs doesn't say anything bad about anybody. And he pretty much had it with juicy and you know, there's only so much you Khun Dio, You know, we have a wuss. Ified Ah, State legislator. You think there'd be some state lawmakers? I would actually want to side with business. Write some of these Republicans, you'd think that they'd want to side with businesses. Better getting closed down unfairly. But have you noticed that? I mean, I haven't seen any of them, right? This is the land of McCain. This is exactly what McCain I'd like. Jane was displayed in the very beginning when I met him clear back in the eighties. He's always been a good man, and this is part of his legacy on the bottom line on all of this business is that this man is going to go ahead and think that he's going to go ahead and get these Trump from Trump. Well, there's an Oakley say, You know, you keep your friends close and your enemies closer. And as of last week, Trump did tweet once once after I've been saying it now to him for weeks and months. We need to open the entire country. I see something coming and it won't be from duty. Thank you from juicy. Thank you Take care. I feel terrible. I mean, she's got to pay property tax. He's got to pay everything Still, she can't even she's not open. She can earn a living. Lucy's not helping her. I mean that, like what Ellen Woman said that professor that the register the restaurant lobby here in Arizona is extremely powerful, and they have do see in their pocket and he's doing stuff to help them succeed. And he is doing everything to destroy their competition, which are bars. So I could go to a restaurant. I know Senator Bar in a restaurant. It's spaced out. You and I can get up and I could walk to the bathroom. I can't even stand up and going to go talk to someone while wait. Who knows? But I can't do that. At a bar. We're all adults, by the way..

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09:19 min | 2 years ago

"ellen woman" Discussed on KNST AM 790

"Then he got so flipping really quick. 31. A reporter you can hear him says, You know, there's some businesses that just don't want to comply. Here We go. Listen to this. The ages have served something you have to shut down. Some of my spokesperson. We're not gonna do this for a couple of reasons. Can't do it governs not being clear. This isn't gonna hold up in court. Well, well, we'll see about that. Yeah, and said, Get in line when home landlords want to sue him people in our homes and rent them out because they can't evict people. We're not getting paid themselves. This guy's created such a mess. Eso, Ilan Mormon is doing great work, representing 80 small businesses. At least 80 and he joins me now. Thank you for the time this morning, sir. What's your reaction before I asked you about? You know, if you think legally you, Khun B. Do see what's your reaction to what you just heard, the governor say from yesterday's press conference. Oh, my gosh. I have so many reactions. First of all, thank you for having me on the show, and I want to be clear that the governor keeps saying that all his actions will be motivated by public health guidelines. He loved things stuff like that, with the CDC treats restaurants and bars the same. There's one set of guidelines for restaurants and bars, according to the CDC. The wine Arizona is he treating series six and seven licensees, which are quote unquote bars, But I would like to get more into that differently than his friends in the restaurant industry who have serious 12 license. Sirius. 12 Restaurants are open in Arizona Series six and seven. Quote unquote bars are closed. That's not following public health guidelines. The public health guidelines are the same for restaurants. And bars. But governor do see is treating them differently. And I wonder if it could be because the Arizona Restaurant Association is very politically powerful. In Arizona, and the bartenders and the series six owners are not And so it's completely outrageous and let me let me say one thing. People keep calling my client's bar owners, and in a sense, they are bar owners, but what they really are our Siri's six and seven licenses. What is a theory? Six license the on ly difference. Between a series six liquor license and a serious 12 liquor license, which is a restaurant. Okay, quote Unquote restaurant is a serious six licensee paid for the privilege up to $100,000. Paid for two privileges, the privilege of not having to have a minimum number of food sales privilege Number one and privilege number two for the ability to sell alcohol off premise in packaged goods. This is what's called off sale Well, what has Governor Ducey done? At the beginning of this pandemic? He gave restaurant the privilege of off sale. They didn't pay for that. The series six has paid $100,000 for the privilege of selling alcohol to go in package containers. Okay, Governor Deuce. He gave that to restaurants and then let the restaurants open. And kept the bar's closed. Okay, either he doesn't understand what the distinction is between series six and serious 12 which again has nothing to do with public health. It's purely food consumption and off sale right either. He doesn't understand the distinction or he's corrupt and picking winners and losers. And the winners are friends in the restaurant industry. So those are my initial reactions. None good. Wows. And this is incredible. I wanted to get into this because you put this all over your twitter. Great information on your Twitter at Ellen, I l a n underscore woman w u R M A N s So it actually costs more money to get the licences. If you're just a bar owner not to discredit. What about serious six and cirie seven versus a restaurant that could serve booze too, which is a serious 12. So I have that correct. You do? And the reason for that is there is no limit in Arizona law on how many serious 12 there, Khun beat. Someone wants to open a restaurant. Get a liquor license. No problem. Series six and seven. Liquor license is a fixed number by law, and that number only changes every 10 years. According to population. What does this mean? It means the series six license is a property, right? You can literally buy and sell a serious six license. They don't disappear. If you go out of business. Your license is transferred to somebody. You sell your business. Your license goes with them. If you're serious, 12 you closed down. Your license disappears. No problem. Series six is a property right? That could be bought. Consort, and they're going costs for them $100,000 to open a restaurant. It's like $1500 for a serious 12 restaurant, maybe $2500. And all the valuable privileges at the series six paid for you just gave to the restaurant for no consideration at all while keeping them open and shutting down the bars again. There's no relation to public health. What is food like the privilege of not having to have a certain number of food they'll have to do with public health. Many of the serious six do sell food, by the way, not that that makes a difference. Those coronavirus disappear. If you've got a case idea in front of your margarita lutely insane, it's insane. My one of my favorite clients. Okay, Who's my favorite bars has huge outdoor seating. Several of my clients have huge outdoor space is 100% closed down. You Goto an Applebee's. It's basically turned into a night club now, OK, you can have restaurants that are totally cramping, karaoke, a loud music dancing. No restrictions on them except the 50% capacity. There's no actual difference between Sirius six and these other licensees that has any relation to public health. It is incredible stuff. Ellen Woman and issue law professor and lawyers on Canister Game 7 90 Now the governor, You know what he's going to Dio. He's going to sit back and say, Well, if you're in a bar, there's no way they can socially distance. They're going to be standing up there going to be, you know loud music. They're going to be screaming in each other's ear. Things like that. What is going to be your response? Because you know his lawyer is going to say that what's gonna be your response to try to Ah to counteract that. Sure if the governor wants to pass a regulation that says no dancing, no karaoke. No loud music. You have to social distance. Fine. We don't oppose any of that. But the whole point is Those criteria apply Justus much to restaurants and two bars and Soto apply them only two bars but not to their direct competitors is an unconstitutional violation of the state privileges or immunities clause right, which says basically that no law can be enacted, granting to one set of citizens or corporations, privileges or immunities that that don't belong toe other citizens or corporations on equal terms. His Peking Winners and losers. We don't object to reasonable sanitary measures, all of my clients or 100 of them Now, by the way, all of them invested heavily in social distancing measures, temperature check. Some even got Plexi glass. When I was a cataract downtown, you had to put a mask on to go to the bar, and you had the spacious outdoor seating. They did they check how many people Coming in the door. But restaurants bars all of them could do it equally again, because there's no legal distinction Other than the privilege of not having to have a certain number of food sales. A restaurant could be in a totally cramp building. You've been in serious 12 that are totally cramp building poor ventilation that have music, right? And so the point is, we don't Dispute the reasonableness of sanitary measures to combat the Corona virus. We just want to be treated equally, and the Constitution demands that. S o. I mean, you're having more and more restaurant and I'm bars. I'm sorry. Bar owners small this series 637 They're joining it 100 now, And I think you have some from Tucson in the Tucson area down here in southern Arizona. And as soon as deuce he gave those Those those crazy recommendations. I mean, with the gym's everything that he was forced to buy that judge you had like what? Eight additional 25 30 different bar owners contact you and taken you represent us. We want to be part of it. It's ballooned in size. We had 64 bar owners previously, and it's over 100. Now there's been a flood of people. Alba has basically given up its lobbying efforts. That's the license Beverage Association. Basically, these requirements that were promulgated on Monday. Say that if you're a bar without a food permanent, right, A lot of my clients have food permits of some kind, but they're not that that should matter. If you're a bar without a food permits from the county, you have to wait until you're your county is under 3% positivity for covert cases. This there have never been a 3% or lower positivity rate since this began, and it might not be for a year, and miracle account is currently 13%. And there's a two week delay by the way on the data Now even When they can open in 2021 or 2022 assuming they're not out of business because the positivity rates have gone down. The guidelines say you could only open a 50% and no karaoke, you know, dancing, no open seating, etcetera. All these requirements that we think are reasonable, but the don't apply to restaurants. Don't apply to restaurants. Right? So it's just all of the governor's arguments fall flat here. When's the time line like When are you going to get before the state Supreme Court and argue about this, and I hope it happens soon to these businesses can actually stay open. We lose him. Lucilla. Tell you what, Why don't we take a quick time out and we'll come back with him. Okay, Because this is a This is a huge, huge, huge deal. I want to get into that. I want to get.

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02:57 min | 2 years ago

"ellen woman" Discussed on KNST AM 790

"The messaging so much that he can actually control exactly what people think. And that is, that is our job. That is our job. Do everything you think Losing control isn't eight eggs all listen. Okay, Let's go. Let's go. Number 19. The old lies coming back. These have all been, of course, debunked but doesn't stop Mika from spreading the fake news. Here we go. Look at how he's worn us down from his paid off porn star to Russia lies to racism and Charlottesville racism across the board Children in cages. Get off her Children in Katia. Exactly Rush arrests and Children in Kate. Every Obama built the cages. There was no racism in Charlotte's, but we've gone over. We've actually played Trump Sound. What he actually said she and stormy Daniels. Every case has been thrown out. Yeah. Hey, stormy horse face. How you doing? You do one more, one more. We'll get out of the way because I think it's just so good. Who had more the final breakdown that we're going to play so far, Number 20. Here we go. Mika, His constant lying is now killing people. It's killing people going all day with his calamitous corona virus leadership. It's killing Americans. Every day. He could be keeping people alive. He's choosing not to. He's choosing to not keep people alive. She speaks about it like he's the Messiah. Or something. I am. I will not save you. But job at Joe Biden has a cure to cancer. Why is he saving these other people? What's going on by the I don't remember her ever complaining that Andrew Cuomo could've kept people alive. Oh, but instead he's shipped him to the back to the nursing homes where they all died. But yeah, So Mika has lost her mind this morning. It is so good. She needs prescription drugs in the worst way. Okay. Trumps too crazy Hold office. Yeah, she's too crazy to hold office. I think you're too crazy to be on TV. I said, I think That's a nightmare. You go is what happens when the husband's not there to control and he's got a lot easier not to anyone will continue. We have AH, our data analyst Uh, coming up at 6 35 on how the Arizona Department health Services. I mean, they have to know what they're doing. They are literally inflating the numbers of a benchmark. The cases per 100,000 of covert covert case part of their inflating it. He'll explain everything. I got do super comments coming back is 705 We have the lawyer, Ellen Woman. He is the law professor representing over 80 bars at the Supreme Court. Now, here in Arizona, suing Ducey over him, keeping bars close. It's all coming up. Don't go anywhere. Get his CanIs T the morning ritual with.

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01:49 min | 2 years ago

"ellen woman" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"Liberal Gamino bar owners across the state of Arizona have come together to file a lawsuit against Governor Doug Ducey following his order to close down bars due to the pandemic. The court filing is with the state Supreme Court is your law Professor Ellen Woman is representing the bar owners and contents. The authority for loss comes from the Legislature. Governor, you have the legislative power. You have the police power do whatever you want, And that statute is unconstitutional and if the statute is on constant You feel that the executive orders that were issued under it are also unconstitutional. Jim's our also shut down by the governor filed a suit in court and lost with a ruling in favor of the governor. Phoenix Mayor Cake Diego claims abroad So health is nearly out of morgue space and is requesting from the Maricopa County Health Department. Extra refrigerators storage, she tells our TV partners at ABC, 15 near capacity, So we are miracles at county, public health, and others are really looking at everything they can do. However, brazo health tells key TA are they only asked for the extra storage in case off a surgeon patients? They say it's part of its protocol when they activated its emergency plans. You might not have to wait as long to get tested and to see your results for covert 19 thanks to our new partnership, Bison or request laboratories. The hope is to process 35,000 covert 19 tests per day by the end of this month in 60,000 by the end of August, turnaround time for test will also go from 7 to 10 days to 24 hours. K D A R eyes on education. A new survey shows how teachers feel about the way distance learning went when schools had to close for the pandemic. It finds many teachers didn't feel prepared for online learning work more hours per week and often struggled to contact their students. Now for a check on traffic..

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04:21 min | 2 years ago

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"We're kind of on football right here, steps up to 12 conference has joined with the Big 10 Conference in canceling nonconference games for the upcoming football season. That means Arizona State Games against Northern Arizona. UNLV and B. Why you will not happen issue will open the Pac 12 schedule on September 26th at USC. Arizona's games against Hawaii, Portland State and Texas tag have been dropped. The Wildcats will open the Pac 12 season September 12th at home. Against Stanford will freak over 19. Testing extends where it's needed. Most first come first served. Testing will continue at South Mountain Community College. For those meeting testing in an area where there isn't much into August 7th. We will be having testing from next to be to make Friday. Aaliyah Pinto August 7, founder of the Heroes Ona Foundation, Alan AP, Powell explains why they picked South Phoenix. We're testing there because we like to serve the underserved all you need to bring in Did I, d and probably some patients as they expect results. After 10 days. We vet our news, Suzanne's mayor, Regina Romero, tells there's gators and chat. She is frustrated with governor deuces. Lack of action in the fight against Kobe 19 she says. Pema County needs help our I C u Bed capacity fluctuate between six. And 23 in a county of a 1,000,000 people on Sunday, July 5th, There were no eyes you beds available. This is my frustration, The Pima County Medical Examiner will begin using extra capacity in its morgue for hospitals, funeral homes and mortuaries to store human remains and a startling claim from Phoenix Mayor Kate Diego this morning on MSNBC. Maricopa County, which is our County public health agency, just announced that they're going to be getting refrigerated trucks because the Abruzzo healthcare system has run out of money. Beds that Brazo Health denies this in a statement today are abroad, so says they've activated their emergency plan and have asked for refrigerated storage in the event of a surge of Kobe 19 patients. But they say at this point it's not needed. Bar owners across the state have come together to file a lawsuit against Governor Ducey following his order to shut down bars due to the pandemic. Christian Brinson now is live the newsroom with more on that, Becky. Thank you. The court filing is with the state Supreme Court. Arizona State University law professor Ellen Woman is representing the bar owners and contends the authority for laws comes from the Legislature. Governor. You have the legislative power. You have the police power do whatever you want, and that statute is unconstitutional, and if the statute is unconstitutional, then the executive orders that were issued under it are also unconstitutional. Jim's that were also shut down by the governor filed a lawsuit in court and lost with a ruling in favor of the governor Live in the newsroom. Jim Brinson our news before classrooms can reopen in the Corona virus crisis, state health services director care. Chris tells our Mike Broom head she wants to see positive test results dropped 10% in each school community. However, if we are on a steady decline and areas are showing reduced transmission within the community reduce cases. Well, maybe an indicator that it would be safe to go back. Dr. Cristo also announced a new saliva test for covert 19 That's launching tomorrow at auction pavilion. You Khun visit ese health dot gov slash testing If you'd like to register to get a test, the state hopes to issue more than 100,000 saliva tests by the end of the month, and the test results should come back in three days. By those seven Let's check on the roads again. Still got that roll over and it is causing some trouble. Here's detour Dan in the Valley Chevy dealers, Traffic Center. Yeah, There's not a lot to go around. But there is definitely trouble on the 101 westbound near seventh Street. This is a rollover crash looked very serious. When now the firetruck and tow trucks have arrived. Now, three of the four lanes available are now all blocked in this construction zone with no emergency length on ly the H O V lane on the far left is getting vice. That's what I recommend. But again the ride times climbing 37 minute ride now, just like that, from Frank would write Boulevard West 75th Avenue and growing will keep you posted. This travel report is brought to you by people's mortgage interest rates are near historic lows Reach out People's mortgage company Today, a local lender in the valley for Over 20.

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02:15 min | 2 years ago

"ellen woman" Discussed on KNST AM 790

"Cand Esti am 7 90 Tucson's most stimulating talk sort of the Arizona Capital Times bars now taking Ducey two courts about time. An attorney. An associate professor at S u got Nema Ah, Is it Ellen Ellen woman? He's doing this, he said. There look, there is not an emergency due to the Chinese virus outbreak. There's not He said. The law that gives do see the unilateral power to do things like clothes. Certain businesses unconstitutionally delegated legislative power of this state to the governor. He wants the justices to not only avoid the law giving the governor those powers but declare any orders do CIA already has made under the law illegal and cannot be enforced. This is phenomenal, more coming up. Don't go anywhere. It is gaining several hours on the mayor's, including two sons, Regina Romero have signed a letter calling on governor Do C to do more to fight Covert 19. They want a statewide mask mandated more testing, among other things, firefighters continue to make progress against the 119,000 acre Bighorn Fire, which is now 85% contained. Summerhaven and Willow Canyon residents and employees air now allowed to return to the area without a sheriff's escort. The CEO of Goya says the US is blessed to have a leader like President Trump comment sparked backlash on social media and a call to boycott the food company. I'm John H. E. K and S T A. M 7 92 sons, most stimulating talk. Cannister is your chance to win $1000. Text the nationwide keyword home to 202 100. You'll get a confirmation text a nympho standard data investigate supplying this nationwide contest that's home to 202 100. I'm supervisor Steve Christy. We've accomplished so much over the last four years like fixing 70 miles of district four roads. But there's so much more to do. I had been the strongest partner with our sheriff and deputies demanding the county except stone Garden grants. I have been a tireless fighter against those who would close businesses, keep people out of work and ruin our economy. Keep me fighting for you. Vote Steve Christy paid for unauthorized by Steve Christy for supervisor. Hi, It's Gary Lewis. A lot of craziness going on in the world right now can cause you some pain. You can't really control that. But you know what?.

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