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"emily tucker" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

05:21 min | 8 months ago

"emily tucker" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Story than that Yeah there is Nathan Chan is a gold medal favorite in men's individual skating But he came to China looking for redemption too and we love redemption stories Four years ago he had a really bad short program That's the first and shorter of two performances in the competition It was so bad at ruined his chance for a medal So he came into today's short program with a lot of pressure hearing the constant reporters questions about the debacle of 2018 That's a lot to carry But he delivered He hit his two quadruple revolution jumps He skated beautifully He let out a whoop and a fist pump at the end It was a rare emotional display for him And he talked about it afterwards I have no idea what came over me I don't generally do stuff like that but it just felt right And it wasn't really thinking honestly it just was really happy and I guess that just came out Now lela his score confirmed that happiness the 113.97 points were a short program world record So is he the favorite heading into the longer free skate on Thursday Yeah he is but you know there's the potential for Thursday to be a great competition because all the top guys are skating well In fact that's what made Chen's performance today so impressive The guy is skating right before him were fantastic And the closest skaters to him are two from Japan Yuma kageyama He's about 5 two but skates really big and then uno he won the silver medal at the last Winter Olympics And there are a couple of other skaters who have a shot depending on how everyone performs So let's turn to the new sport big air just from the name I'm getting vertigo What is it What made today's debut exciting Yeah the skier in big air not big hair Stands at the top of a steep hill looking down at a big ramp that's going to fling them high into the air You know where they perform tricks and hope to land on their skis I'm getting vertigo talking about it Today's excitement was the winner in the women's event was Eileen goo and it's impossible to be in China and not know Eileen goose She was born in San Francisco to a Chinese mother She announced a few years ago she would stop competing as a freestyle skier for the U.S. and instead compete for China that has obviously made her incredibly popular here She has endorsement deals with Chinese companies and constant commercials on Chinese TV She speaks fluent Mandarin along with English She's a model She got accepted to Stanford She won a gold medal Layla and she's 18 I do not feel worthy But quite a remarkable young woman and we'll get to see her two more times and two events Sports correspondent Tom Goldman mister wow himself joining us from the Beijing Winter Olympics Thank you Tom You're welcome The Internal Revenue Service already has a lot of personal information about American taxpayers Obviously they know how much we earn and how much we pay in taxes so should the IRS also get access to a picture of each of our faces Here's NPR's Brian naylor First of all let's be clear the IRS was not requiring that every taxpayer filing their returns submit a selfie but the agency signed a contract with a private company to verify the ideas of people who wanted to see their past returns Or get information about child tax credit payments And a few other things Still it was an overreach says Emily Tucker director of the center on privacy and technology at the Georgetown law school The consequences of not agreeing to give up a photo of yourself which is then stored in a corporate database which is protected only by that corporation's own easily changeable privacy policies is that you may not be able to comply with federal tax law under some circumstances The IRS had contracted out the ID verification to a private company called ID me They're the ones taxpayers would submit their photos to and they're the ones who would keep them in their files Jeremy Scott is senior counsel at the electronic privacy information center known as epic He says one of the problems without sourcing this information is whether it's kept safe What it does is it creates another target for criminals Obviously data breaches are a big issue And the more areas that sensitive information is the more likely it will be the target of a data breach All right Demi says it's data is secure And it does not sell the personal information of its users We do not sell data period We will never sell data That's Blake hall cofounder and CEO of ID me Our mission as a company the reason we exist the reason I founded this company is to put people in charge of their own information and to get it out of the hands of data brokers and credit bureaus Many of which are owned by foreign corporations And the IRS was not alone in using the company ten other federal agencies do as well And a number of states are also using the software to among other things check the identities of those applying for unemployment benefits Emily Tucker says that's a problem Federal and state bureaucracy should just not have the power to make the ability to buy groceries or drive a car or pay your taxes or do the other things you need to do to survive contingent on giving up your biometric information Tucker and other.

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"emily tucker" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX

News Radio 1190 KEX

05:24 min | 2 years ago

"emily tucker" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX

"One carrying six passengers finally allowed to dock in fort Lauderdale after nearly a month and see how to proceed into port Everglades more than three hundred Americans and one thousand for travelers on board at least four people on board this Sunday are dead two of the deaths are blamed on covert nineteen more than two hundred and fifty reporting flu like symptoms as the numbers spike in the U. S. and worldwide there might be some hope in finding treatments that could work on code nineteen patients in Detroit mayor Mike Duggan announced this week essential workers there will be the first group in the country to receive a new rapid response test the president said he received one of those tests this week and tested negative UCLA Dr David Eisenman explains this new testing can detect the virus pretty quickly it runs on a much smaller machine about the size of a toaster yeah a lot of doctors offices have now because they use it for stroke for stroke tested for flu test and the doctor take this waltz from the nose of the back of throat and inserted into the machine and the results are available anywhere between five and fifteen minutes later so it's very rapid now there's a few things about the test one is that we don't really know how accurate is the current tests that take a lot longer to get back he is falsely negative results about thirty percent of the time still the very point to see if this does better than that but any kind of testing is always really reasonably good accuracy is really important thing to have out there scientists are also scrambling to find a vaccine ABC's Tom rivers has more on what the World Health Organization said this week the global race to come up with an effective in St corona virus vaccine is well under way striking an optimistic tone the World Health Organization at a news conference in the Philippines WHO's regional director for the western Pacific Dr Takeshi Kasai says researchers are working incredibly fast this is a remarkable speed and I hope that that vaccine development would be as much as fast as we want but it will still take some more time as to the current research picture he says well as of today more than fifty candidate vaccines and several clinical trials for treatments are ongoing Tom rivers ABC news at the foreign desk ABC's T. J. Holmes reports on the progress one lab is making even though in actual vaccine may still be months away Dr Jacob Glanville featured on the Netflix series pandemic for his work on a universal influenza vaccine is now working on what he calls a candidate cure for coronavirus Glanville's company is taking antibodies that were effective in two thousand two when fighting the sars outbreak and modifying them in a lab to make them fight Colby nineteen and he says it's working our challenges right now is a race against time to be able to manufacture them the enough and then distribute them out to people who need them all over the world he says the next step is for the military to confirm his findings and test antibodies on live coronavirus one treatment being tested in China utilizes a popular drug used to treat malaria and some autoimmune diseases studies suggest it could lessen the severity of covert nineteen and doctors in Detroit are looking to start a medical trial and first responders but ABC news chief medical correspondent Dr Jennifer Ashton cautions about the treatment's effectiveness new study out of China very small just sixty two patients they compared a group with a mild illness one got standard of care one got standard of care with hydroxy chloride Quinn again the group that got the hydroxy chloride Quinn had one day shortening of their symptoms nana progressed in terms of severity in the group that just got standard of care without the drug for went on to develop pneumonia so again early data there are some risks to this medication potential irregular heart rate that could be serious or fatal so it's not ready for prime time yet but apart from the health crisis the financial one jobless claims this week skyrocketed to six point six million more than seven hundred thousand jobs lost leading to a big uptick in the unemployment rate experts like TD Ameritrade's chief strategist JJ Kinahan said it's worse than estimates this is one of those numbers that so monsters nobody really knows what to do with it we knew things were bad and so this confirms that things were bad state unemployment benefits offices are also getting overwhelmed more from ABC's Rebecca Jarvis a staggering figure which doesn't even include the self employed or undocumented workers or the many Americans who been trying to apply but can't like Emily Tucker who worked as a sales associate in San Antonio Texas Annaly has been trying to file for unemployment benefits for more than two weeks I can't even get in contact with somebody to speak with them so I I am stuck with bills to pay mouths to feed no job to provide me an income growing unemployment numbers put unprecedented strain on phone lines and websites dedicated to unemployment benefits and the White House echoing those sentiments president trump's top economic adviser Larry Kudlow said today at the White House the worst is yet to come for the U. S. economy and employment data we have not seen the worst.

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"emily tucker" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

02:53 min | 2 years ago

"emily tucker" Discussed on KOMO

"The two thousand one Rose Bowl when markets to A. **** so Paul let the dogs passed drew Brees and the produce for lawmakers and the guys just rallied together to put great team defense and then they believed in we fed off each other but you know I don't know if enough credit goes to our defense today we also have Bob rondeau and Jason Hamilton's call of the two thousand eleven pac twelve men's basketball championship when I say it Thomas stunned Arizona CBS television this weekend replace final rounds of the two thousand four and two thousand nineteen masters emotional victories for Phil Mickelson and Tiger Woods the W. N. B. A. is the latest to modify its schedule because of corona virus basketball training camps in the season opener may fifteenth postponed and the league will hold its April seventeenth draft with basketball player selections done remotely sports update to ten and forty after the hour bill Schwartz come on news companies time one eleven here in the middle of twenty minutes of non stop news I'm Jeff poach a lot as the corona virus outbreak continues millions of Americans are losing both their jobs and their health insurance the soaring number of Americans out of work a record six point six million people laid off last week alone in just two weeks nearly ten million people in this country have filed new claims for unemployment insurance a staggering figure which doesn't even include the self employed or undocumented workers or the many Americans who been trying to apply but can't like Emily Tucker who worked as a sales associate in San Antonio Texas I just got an apartment started a new job and I was laid off because my business is not essential Lee has been trying to file for unemployment benefits for more than two weeks I can't even get in contact with somebody to speak with them so I am stuck with bills to pay mouths to feed no job to provide me an income growing unemployment numbers put unprecedented strain on phone lines and websites dedicated to unemployment benefits that rising joblessness adding another strain the potential loss of health insurance for millions we have never experienced an economic crisis that has come on you know this fast or this profoundly and this is coming in the midst of not just an economic crisis but a public health crisis as well when people need their health insurance more than ever after losing her job as a cook in Las Vegas two weeks ago Jacqueline Bali on has been trying unsuccessfully to file for unemployment I am running out of all my money which was not a whole lot to begin with and now I'm being told by my insurance company but if I can't pay my premium and I have to switch to Medicaid and lose all my benefits across the country in Houston Texas James anyway lost his job as a photographer and is battling cancer for the third time my family mobile is.

"emily tucker" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

02:39 min | 2 years ago

"emily tucker" Discussed on KOMO

"Up in a lot of Houston got home so he isn't saying the Australian museum got it all at home in in the guide to Germany but the state because their parents like it's just as bad here and we don't you go on the airplane right now and the second part was you can do online because this is in a meeting of the harpy do online classes seven times on the way in Michigan the standouts in a study that seeded men's and women's NCAA tournament brackets based on graduation rates academic success and diversity in the head coaching ranks Gonzaga was a number one seed in both records released yesterday by the institute for diversity and ethics in sport at central Florida university Michigan a one seed for the men a three seed for the women's sports ten forty pass each our toddler komo news twenty minutes a nonstop news continues now and as the corona virus outbreak continues millions of Americans are losing both their jobs and their health insurance to the soaring number of Americans out of work a record six point six million people laid off last week alone in just two weeks nearly ten million people in this country have filed new claims for unemployment insurance a staggering figure which doesn't even include the self employed or undocumented workers or the many Americans you've been trying to apply but can't like Emily Tucker who worked as a sales associate in San Antonio Texas I just got an apartment started a new job and I was laid off and because my business is not essential he has been trying to file for unemployment benefits for more than two weeks I can't even get in contact with somebody to speak with them so I am stuck with bills to pay mouths to feed no job to provide me an income growing unemployment numbers put unprecedented strain on phone lines and websites dedicated to unemployment benefits that rising joblessness adding another strain the potential loss of health insurance for millions we have never experienced an economic crisis that has come on you know this fast or this profoundly and this is coming in the midst of not just an economic crisis but a public health crisis as well when people need their health insurance more than ever after losing her job as a cook in Las Vegas two weeks ago Jacqueline Bali on has been trying unsuccessfully to file for unemployment I'm running out of all my money which was not a whole lot to begin with and now I'm being told by my insurance company but if I can't pay my premium and I have to switch to Medicaid and lose all my benefits across the country in Houston Texas James anyway lost his job as a photographer and is battling cancer for the third time my family mobile.

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"emily tucker" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

03:38 min | 2 years ago

"emily tucker" Discussed on KOMO

"Double hit for so many Boeing workers we know that there ever a plane has been hit especially hard by Kobe cases and you'll remember they even lost one employee to the coronavirus operations at Boeing's Puget Sound production facilities closed up tight since March twenty fifth now the company says they're preparing to bring back their production work force next Wednesday four six that's the voice of a thirty plus year Boeing manager whose identity were concealing to protect their job and state parks department is emphatically telling people to stay away from ocean beaches despite the governor's orders thousands of people continue driving to the coast during this corona virus pandemic a message on the parks websites simply states please postpone your visit to the beach it will still be there when this is all over komo news time nine ten Tom other joining us now for the Harley exterior sports desk with more of the stories of people in sports lending a hand or voice during these uncertain times the corona virus pandemic impact continues to be felt around the globe in far more ways than it is in the world of sports but there are a lot of stories of athletes and organizations who are pitching in to help those in need during this time A. B. C.'s taught it has more every morning the head of New York Presbyterian provides a live video link to the hospital system of more than forty seven thousand employees one briefing this week featured former New York Giants quarterback Eli manning we cannot thank you enough want you to know how much we all appreciate what you're doing and Buffalo Sabres center Jack Eichel purchased five thousand protective masks from Bauer the company that switch from making hockey equipment to producing medical face masks are healthcare heroes continue to fight the fires head on I cannot thank them enough for their continued dedication in western New York and across the entire country Todd it's ABC sports New York fans though it's still it's very doubtful the Washington interscholastic activities association still holding out hope that I can have some sort of spring season despite the shut down for the coronavirus the executive director Mike Hoffman said yesterday that if the schools return to session by may fourth they would hold some sort of culminating of it sports a ten forty past each hour Tom other companies so as the corona virus outbreak continues millions of Americans are losing both their jobs and their health insurance to the soaring number of Americans out of work a record six point six million people laid off last week alone in just two weeks nearly ten million people in this country we have filed new claims for unemployment insurance a staggering figure which doesn't even include the self employed or undocumented workers or the many Americans who been trying to apply but can't like Emily Tucker who worked as a sales associate in San Antonio Texas I just got an apartment started a new job and I was laid off because my business is not essential Lee has been trying to file for unemployment benefits for more than two weeks I can't even get in contact with somebody to speak with them so I am stuck with bills to pay mouths to feed no job to provide me an income growing unemployment numbers put unprecedented strain on phone lines and websites dedicated to unemployment benefits that rising joblessness adding another strain the potential loss of health insurance for millions we have never experienced an economic crisis that has come on you know this fast or this profoundly and this is coming in the midst of not just an economic crisis but a public health crisis as well when people need their health insurance more than ever after losing her job as a cook in Las Vegas two weeks ago Jacqueline Bali on has been trying unsuccessfully to file for unemployment I'm running out of all.

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"emily tucker" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

01:33 min | 2 years ago

"emily tucker" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Can hear market running this week on Bloomberg radio obviously be on the CBS television network Sunday morning and on Bloomberg radio listen to face the nation Sunday at two PM in New York Washington DC and Bloomberg one oh six one Boston Newbury port at space nation this Sunday at two on Bloomberg radio so Tom Margaret and it was gonna be busy Sunday morning trying to really get a sense of kind of how this is going to play out I think things are so fluid it means Sunday's forever away we just gotta get through Friday Friday afternoon and even across a busy and historic Saturday as well an important headline this from the international economic agency saying on OPEC plus the statistic ten million barrels per day ten which is a lot of oil for Jeff ten million barrels per day that is not enough to stabilize the oil market we decided we heard that from I'm Regis center earlier Bloomberg surveillance international energy agency this morning with our news in New York City here's Michael Clarke Paul Tom thank you very much using the numbers from the labor department this morning U. S. March payrolls decreased seven hundred one thousand but there are names to go with each one of those jobs lost Emily Tucker from San Antonio says she has struggled since being laid off even reach someone to begin the process of filing a claim I can't even get in contact with somebody to speak with them so I am stuck with bills to pay mouths to feed no job to provide me an income your.

"emily tucker" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

02:56 min | 2 years ago

"emily tucker" Discussed on KOMO

"Five ten now to the Harley exterior sports update ten Tom hustler the mariners were to have been Kansas city for their first road trip the Huskies were going to be taking part in spring football practice and the Sounders would have a game tonight at Nashville none of that is happening of course because of the corona virus pandemic another thing it's not happening the husky open crew races on the Montlake cut coach Michael Callahan talked about the cancelling of the cruise season including the Windermere Cup on may second said as tough as it is it's the right call it might be very grateful you get to pursue your dreams a lot of people I don't get to do that and you have to get up from a personal perspective perspective enjoying the journey and I'll be really Frank I'm disappointed about the season brother and I also know we we've created something really special in our group turning to golf British open organizer say postponement is an option for this year's turnout at royal St George's the one hundred forty ninth edition of the open championship set to take place July sixteenth through nineteenth the last time the open wasn't played was in nineteen forty five because of World War two the same situation as occurred at Wimbledon and former major league all star Jim Edmonds says he's tested positive for the new coronavirus Hanford ammonia had been said in a video posted on Instagram he is symptom free now and doing really well and thank people for their well wishes the forty on your plate seventy big league seasons mostly for the California and Los Angeles angels and the St Louis cardinals were hit three hundred ninety three combined home runs four to ten forty Patty tower tumblr local news come on it's time five twelve as the pandemic spreads millions of Americans are losing jobs and health insurance the soaring number of Americans out of work a record six point six million people laid off last week alone in just two weeks nearly ten million people in this country have filed new claims for unemployment insurance a staggering figure which doesn't even include the self employed or undocumented workers or the many Americans who been trying to apply but can't like Emily Tucker who worked as a sales associate in San Antonio Texas I just got an apartment started a new job and I was laid off and because my business is not essential Lee has been trying to file for unemployment benefits for more than two weeks I can't even get in contact with somebody to speak with them I'm sorry I'm stuck with bills to pay mouths to feed no job to provide me an income growing unemployment numbers put unprecedented strain on phone lines and websites dedicated to unemployment benefits that rising joblessness adding another strain the potential loss of health insurance for millions we have never experienced an economic crisis that has come on you know this fast or this profoundly and this is coming in the midst of not just an economic crisis but a public health crisis as well when people need their health insurance more than ever after losing her job as a cook in Las Vegas two weeks ago Jacqueline Bali on has been trying unsuccessfully to file for unemployment I'm running out of all my.

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"emily tucker" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX

News Radio 1190 KEX

02:32 min | 2 years ago

"emily tucker" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX

"News I'm Brian Clark the corona virus pandemic has upended daily life in the United States and around the world a new poll finds most Americans think normal is at least a few months away details from ABC's Jim Ryan Michigan's governor Gretchen Whitmer sums it up for many of us this is a challenge unlike anything we've ever faced before a new ABC news Ipsos poll reveals that nine in ten Americans have had their daily lives disrupted by covert nineteen and that fewer than half think they'll return to their regular routines by June first eighty nine percent of us now worry that we or someone we know will be infected with the virus up from seventy nine percent last month for millions like Emily Tucker of San Antonio Texas the disruption has included job loss I just got an apartment started a new job and I was laid off because my business is not essential later this morning the March jobs report to be released expected to show a massive jump in unemployment claims ABC's chief business correspondent Rebecca Jarvis says small businesses are likely to be hit hardest the thing to remember when we look at these numbers is that they should and are temporary and then on the other side there are plenty of big companies that will bring employees back but of course there are the small businesses that are having to white knuckle at and it is hard to imagine that unfortunately all of those businesses are going to make it to the other side beginning today small businesses can apply for loans the government will forgive the White House president trump said GM and other companies are ramping up production of much needed ventilators for covert nineteen patients invoke the defense production act to compel GM to do so he also used to get three M. to make more face masks we anticipate issuing more orders under the defense production act in the very near future in addition to the one that I just signed against three M. for face masks you're listening to ABC balance of nature changing the world one life anytime I do high school ball I am higher softball and baseball so I'm very busy very active and the main thing I've noticed since I started balance of nature is when I do these baseball softball tournament I don't deal with cramps anymore which is really been a big deal because I used to be basically after two days of the tournament I would be bound up with cramping a good bit of the next day and now I don't deal with that at all so that's a real good thing don't wait to see what getting over ten servings.

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"emily tucker" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

02:56 min | 2 years ago

"emily tucker" Discussed on KOMO

"Clark the corona virus pandemic has upended daily life in the United States and around the world a new poll finds most Americans think normal is at least a few months away details from ABC's Jim Ryan Michigan's governor Gretchen Whitmer sums it up for many of us this is a challenge unlike anything we've ever faced before a new ABC news Ipsos poll reveals that nine in ten Americans have had their daily lives disrupted by covert nineteen and that fewer than half think they'll return to their regular routines by June first eighty nine percent of us now worry that we or someone we know will be infected with the virus up from seventy nine percent last month for millions like Emily Tucker of San Antonio Texas the disruption has included job loss I just got an apartment started a new job and I was laid off because my business is not essential later this morning the March jobs report to be released expected to show a massive jump in unemployment claims ABC's chief business correspondent Rebecca Jarvis says small businesses are likely to be hit hardest the thing to remember when we look at these numbers is that they should and are temporary and then on the other side there are plenty of big companies that will bring employees back but of course there are the small businesses that are having to white knuckle it and it is hard to imagine that unfortunately all of those businesses are going to make it to the other side beginning today small businesses can apply for loans the government will forgive the White House president trump said GM and other companies are ramping up production of much needed ventilators for covert nineteen patients involved the defense production act compelled GM to do so he also used to get three M. to make more face masks we anticipate issuing more orders under the defense production act in the very near future in addition to the one that I just signed against three M. for face masks you're listening to ABC komo news good morning art Sanders and now your top stories from the call twenty four seven news center the state stay at home orders will be in place at least another month governor Jay Inslee announced yesterday that he's extending the orders restricting travel and keeping many businesses closed until may fourth we're not out of the woods yet and we shall never flag or fail in our commitments to win this battle we will not accept unnecessary deaths in our state nearly as businesses could open a travel restrictions be lifted his may fifth Ansley warrants he could further extend the closures of the corona virus outbreak gets worse he doesn't rule out calling a special session of the state legislature to address what he believes will be a big budget shortfalls the total number of coronavirus cases in Washington state now tops six thousand according to the state department of health about sixty six hundred total cases have been reported a county by county count shows at least two hundred and seventy one deaths across the state one hundred and seventy five of those deaths are reported in king county now you're como traffic.

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"emily tucker" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

02:40 min | 2 years ago

"emily tucker" Discussed on WTOP

"People during this and tenants will have an entire year to figure out the payment of that the restaurant industry has been devastated some twenty five billion dollars reported losses since businesses starting shutting down Emily Tucker is a server in Houston that keeps going on for months and longer I guess start looking at another career **** you know this has been my whole life so I don't want to CBS news update I'm Peter king it's now six thirty two here at W. T. L. P. while a growing number of health care workers have the virus and members of Congress say more needs to be done to protect them WTOP's Mitchell Miller is on Capitol Hill region to congressman Bobby Scott says it's clear that every day covert nineteen spreads healthcare workers and first responders reporter in grave danger of Scott and other democratic lawmakers are pushing to get new emergency workplace standards put in place by OSHA nurses doctors other health care workers are desperately seeking these protections house speaker Nancy Pelosi hopes the federal protections will be included in the next phase of legislation to deal with the crisis house members will not return to the capitol until at least April twentieth the date that's also been set for the Senate but lawmakers say there regularly talking to each other trying to prepare for what's ahead on Capitol Hill Mitchell Miller WTOP news well it's not just GM and now Ford says it plans to build a lot of ventilators and they plan to do it very quickly five hundred older workers called paid volunteers will start building the ventilators at a plant in suburban Detroit the week of April twentieth for vice presidential Bombeck says they plan to move fast court starts to produce fifty thousand of the violators within the next one Hundred Days with the ability to produce thirty thousand a month thereafter as needed Ford is working with G. E. on this and two other ventilator projects Jeff Gilbert CBS news Detroit North Carolina this is other news this morning North Carolina congressman mark meadows delivered his letter of resignation to house speaker Nancy Pelosi yesterday meadows is stepping down to become president trump's chief of staff hello replacement Mulvaney who's been serving as the acting chief of staff for the past year and a half meadows is one of the first Republican lawmakers to campaign with Donald Trump ahead of the twenty sixteen election and has since become one of the president's closest advisers meadows begins his new position today up ahead why the least affected areas are the most vulnerable to corona virus six thirty four right now Americans pay too much for prescription drugs even generics are sometimes far too expensive so Blue Cross and blue shield companies are shaking up the.

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