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"employment commission" Discussed on 90.3 KAZU

90.3 KAZU

04:00 min | 2 months ago

"employment commission" Discussed on 90.3 KAZU

"With a couple of minutes ago, the state of play post election with a relief package and what's gonna happen? Or not in this economy because of it. Three quarters of a million people lost their jobs. Two weeks ago, we will get an update on first time unemployment claims tomorrow and his marketplaces, Mitchell Hartman reports. A lot of those people who are out of work have similar stories to tell about dealing with long delays in trouble, even getting benefits. About juggling work with home schooling. Kids all of that mixed in with plenty of financial struggles. Here's Mitchell. Daniella night, Fairfax, Virginia ticks off pretty much all of those issues grappling with work and unemployment in case they have some child noises in the background. It's okay. Yes, for constantly all day long. That's nights, three year old. She's also got a five and a nine year old No one. That school everyone is home. When we spoke back in the summer night was juggling two jobs, which she did at night to make ends meet, but she couldn't keep it up with home schooling. Now, she says, she's going through the stages of grief. And I think I've been depressed morning life before. I have put one of my jobs because I would say it was impossible nights. Husband just started a new job at a government agency after several months out of work, so that at least was a big relief. But we still have not seen anything any money from his unemployment benefits for the two plus months that he was not employed there expecting more than $5000. Knight says the Virginia Employment Commission is still reviewing the claim. We're trying as best we can to keep up with build jobless benefits started coming in the spring for an Zebley of Kansas City, Missouri, when she closed her one woman bakery in the first wave of covert shutdowns. Like everyone on unemployment back then she got an extra $600 a week in federal pandemic assistance that helped a little but that help me pay my rent basically and keep the electricity on. In the summer. She re opened the bakery first for a few hours, then a few days a week, But then she got Cove it. It's Been rough. For sure. I have had the long haul coded stuff going on. When she started feeling better. She re opened the bakery, which is just barely breaking even and she dropped off unemployment. She says After the $600 a week federal payments expired in July. My state benefit would have been $120. So instead, I just pushed and went back to work. I probably should not have done that. I would not contagious. I wasn't you know, putting anyone else at risk, but I wasn't ready. Fear of illness has kept some people on the unemployment rolls for the long haul. Mark Smith is in his late forties, He worked as a janitor in a factory in Portland, Oregon, for 25 years until it closed when the pandemic hit. Then he went on unemployment. He could look for another job, but he's decided not to. I'm basically truthing along as the pandemic and the emergency is still going on to be at least one left. Vector of possible contagion. He has a roommate who works in health care and an elderly relative living with them. Smith's been getting about 300 a week on unemployment. At the beginning of October, he ran out of his 26 weeks of state benefits and applied for the 13 week. Federal extension. I am hoping doing like fingers crossed. It's been four weeks so far. He hasn't gotten any money. I'm Mitchell Hartmann for Marketplace. I need you to follow me on this one for a minute here, But mobility was on the ballot here in California yesterday. Economic mobility, yes, but also.

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"employment commission" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

03:20 min | 3 months ago

"employment commission" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"Equal time means that ABC gives Biden three hours that they then have to give Trump three hours. Not that NBC has to give three hours. What a moron! W M A L F M WOODBRIDGE, Washington Now more than ever depend on 105.9. W M. A cumulus stations. News now male news in 11. Good morning, everyone. I'm John Matthews, with testimony by Supreme Court nominee Amy Cockney Barret, now complete Democrats took their shot to delay her confirmation. Senator Amy Klobuchar, conjuring memories of 2016. And the words of Majority leader Mitch McConnell. He said the American people should have a voice in this collection of their next Supreme Court justice. Therefore, when he was looking back at the Merrick Garland time, this vacancy should not be filled until we have a new president. But that argument didn't fly, and it wasn't expected to the panel will vote on Barrett's confirmation next Thursday. Europe has sanctioned Russia for the poisoning of an opposition leader. European Union says it's imposed sanctions on six Russian officials closed the president Ademir Putin on one of the country's state scientific research centers. The sanctions relate to the poisoning of opposition leader Alexei Navalny in August. Germany says he was targeted with a nerve agent. Russia denied involvement and it won't be you. It may retaliate in London, Simon now in Fox News, a group of senators has asked President Trump to sanction Russia as well. New this hour. A veteran D C police officer is suing the department, claiming it retaliated against her for blowing the whistle. The conduct of some supervisors Sergeant Charlotte You show a 16 year. Veteran claims that officers were instructed to conduct unlawful searches of black men and a classified felony crimes is misdemeanors to water down the city's crime statistics just so claims she made internal complaints about the conduct and was passed over for promotions and given negative performance appraisals. As a result, the Police Department declined to comment on any pending litigation. A group of Fairfax County parents battling to get Agents back into the classroom is hosting a rally tonight. We want to show them that we're still fighting and we're still working hard to get our kids back in school where they belong, D J, founder of the Nova parent student Alliance tells w e mails mornings on them all. They're people that don't have a parent beside and to help them learn. The Fairfax County School Board has yet to hear from Superintendent Scott Bray brand tonight about a plan to return a small number of early learners and transitioning students. Back into the classroom. Barbara Brit w l w l dot com That fiber optic cable cut earlier this week in Virginia screwed up more than just the state's online election portal was receiving unemployment in Virginia will now have to wait a little longer for their money. The Virginia Employment Commission says it's due to the fiber that was cut earlier this week on accident by a road crew. Even though the VC was open. It says that incident and the holiday on Monday has resulted in a delay of up to two days for payment to be received The damage. Cable also took out the voter registration system for a few hours on Tuesday. Really fun W e mail and double gmail dot com Montgomery County's debuted It's long planned rapid bus program in the route..

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"employment commission" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

02:21 min | 3 months ago

"employment commission" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"Representative from a group of Fairfax County parents joins mornings on them all at 6 35 this morning decisions over education or coming is the region saw its number of new Corona virus cases jumped to a Two month high contact Racing interviews in D. C found that more than 20% of new cases or people who had been to a bar or restaurant nearly a quarter it attended some sort of social event. Don't come to Cove it fatigue and part of that is the way I say it is. You don't have to go just because you were invited, Mayor Muriel Bowser says. You need to wear a mask if you're around others who don't live with you, even if you're in your own home after nearly two months of negotiations, Virginia House and said Negotiators have reached agreement on changes to the states to your spending plan amid the ongoing pandemic. The proposal includes money to carry out police reforms ordered by lawmakers, as well as $500 bonuses for police officers and funding to recruit new officers. It also includes bonus money for state and local government employees and salary incentives for teachers. If there's enough money left to pay for it. A vote on the plan could come this weekend. That fiber optic cable cut earlier this week in Virginia screwed up more than just this. Dates online election portal. Those receiving unemployment in Virginia will now have to wait a little longer for their money. The Virginia Employment Commission says it's due to the fiber that was cut earlier this week on accident by a road crew. Even though the VC was open. Its has that incident and the holiday on Monday has resulted in a delay of up to two days for payment to be received. The damage. Cable also took out the voter registration system for a few hours on Tuesday. Really fun W m a l and double gmail dot com. Checking your money. The Dow futures down 279 this morning, the NASDAQ futures Down 208 in sports. The Astros rain alive in the American League. They beat the raise for 23. The Dodgers score 11 in the first in all time playoff record. Then they close to a 15 to 4 win over the Braves in the NLCS. Atlanta leads that series two games to one News times, six. Four up next traffic and weather as mornings on the mall continues on Mel I am Dennis Miller, host of the podcast. The Dennis Miller option. Your source for opinion stories, possibly. Well, probably a few where it went from 20 minute. Mark 91.

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Virginia voter registration extended after website crash

C-SPAN Programming

06:32 min | 3 months ago

Virginia voter registration extended after website crash

"Election. 2020 Virginia voters got an extra day this year to register to vote. Sabrina Marino of the Richmond Times. Dispatch joins us on this story, Sabrina Marino explained what happened yesterday that led to today's extension. Yeah. So you know, yesterday with the whirlwind, as with everything nowadays, it kind of started with the tweets. And so yesterday morning, the Virginia Department of Elections posted that Horizon Cable was cut near the headquarters of an agency that you know, provided technical support for various states. Entities, you know, including the Virginia Department of Health and Virginia Employment Commission and, of course, the Virginia Department of Elections. So, basically the elections website crashed, which meant that on the last day for Jenny residents coded register to vote, they couldn't online for several hours and then also impacted. Early in person voting with Freddie Starr's offices statewide, you know, fighting that they couldn't access the full books or verify voter eligibility, and even though it was prepared by 3 30 called it already mounted to extended registration deadline, which is something that the governor did not have the authority to do and said So in his briefing, and then hours later, a lawsuit was filed. How is that cable cut? So there was a roadside utilities project in Chesterfield County, and, you know, they released a statement kind of thing that it was quote. Inadvertently struck and there's not more information other than not, and they're saying it was an accident. And that roadside utilities project is a super installation. And that happened in the early morning yesterday and that part of you been in the works since May. And it was right next to the headquarters of the major agency. That kind of is the you know, the technical support for for a lot of state agencies. So their website crashed. You mentioned the governor's involvement here. How hard is it to change a voter registration deadline in the Old Dominion? So from what I've done will be gathered. It's pretty difficult and you know, they're the governor's legal counsel, said yesterday in the briefing that they don't have the authority to just change the registration deadline that is in, you know in the state coat and that on DH You know they were talking about how that is kind of litigation. It takes the courts and they couldn't violet themselves. They sighted legal procedures for that, and So it takes litigation where it takes the General Assembly and so happened back in 2016. There was a computer glitch right before the 2016 election also occurred. You know, in October and there was There's a lawsuit filed again and back then Virginians were given a 36 hour extension to register. But back then it was, you know, a plaintiff has to file the lost two and both times the lawyers Committee for Civil Rights under law was the person who filed it on behalf of you know, advocacy groups and people who kind of register to vote. Is there any way of finding out who tried to register yesterday and couldn't and to reach out to them or what's being done to let them know about the extension through tomorrow? Yeah, so right now we do not have You know specific numbers of how many people weren't able to vote. But the lawsuit was filed with the intent to explain how this is out of voters of control and that the website crashing impacted thousands of voters with a disproportionate impact on black, indigenous and Latino people. And so part of the lawsuit Also included that Register's office. State officials had to issue press releases by 11:38 A.m. this morning, you know, kind of for local writer Sharp to be notified of this order. And so that was also a part of what the federal judge ruled today was, you know? Yes, we're extending the deadline and Virginia 11 59 on Thursday, but You also have to issue project leases. And so that was a way to kind of push the state butt and make sure that you know registrars were aware that this extension was granted and that people could be registering to vote, You know, passed yesterday deadline. Was there Anybody arguing against the extension? So we haven't seen it yet? Of course. We were seeing new kind of change by the hour. But, you know, even Republicans were plotting decision and they weren't at the Sarah. We You know, having pushed back against the decision, but against Northern administration, they said that it was a failure of the states for letting this happen. And even the defendant, Virginia Department of Elections Commissioner this morning said that you know this kid eligible Virginia's additional time to register or update their current voter registration record, and in a statement, the Republican Party You know, kind of made a joke that was like, you know, make sure next time you call Miss Utility and so and then I've been different than other states. You know, in Florida, there was pushback when lost me. Their registration deadline was pushed and challenged in the courts. And but we're not really seeing that right now with Virginia, with the exception that the Republican Party Did say that it was Northern Administration's fault. And besides that I have not seen pushback otherwise is their efforts to ensure that the voter registration system isn't tied to one cable in the future. Or is that something we're expecting in the coming days and weeks? Yeah. So in the briefing yesterday, Some of the Northern administration was talking about how you know this cable would put on a 10 gigabyte circuit and it was placed in the spring due to Corbett because of the increased workload because of You know a lot of traffic, a lot of people working from home, so they needed a backup, but the back of To that was not strong enough. And with the innovation of people going to register online, you know the backup wasn't enough. And so that's what they were kind of explaining, And they said, you know that they're working on pushing. So in the event that something like this were to happen, the backup would be able T sustain it and so That's kind of where we're at right now. And and yeah, and that's why that's why they were thinking. All right. Next time. You need a better backup. Um, but us for next step. We haven't heard much on that. Sabrina Marino

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"employment commission" Discussed on WRVA

WRVA

02:49 min | 3 months ago

"employment commission" Discussed on WRVA

"Times six So one severed fiber optic cable that shut down Virginia's online voter registration system has prompted a lawsuit from civil rights organizations. Tuesday was the deadline to register to vote in Virginia before election Day. Governor Northam said Tuesday he would support a court ordered extension of that deadline. Deadline is set in our code. And it does not appear that I have the authority to change it. That is up to the courts and I would support a court ordered extension of the deadline. The cut cable affected connectivity for multiple agencies, including the Citizen portal and registrar's offices. The voter registration system was back up about 3 30 yesterday afternoon. Other impacted agencies included the D. M V in Virginia Employment Commission and FBI agent tells a court in Michigan. The group's accused of the kidnapping plot against Michigan's governor also discuss governor north of that story from that deadline. An FBI agent during a hearing in Grand Rapids says the group discussed taking out nor them. The hearing was for three people allegedly involved in the conspiracy. Nor them has faced a lot of criticism and court cases over his coronavirus regulations the same thing governor Gretchen Whitmer was facing in Michigan. Some of those involved in the alleged plot remembers of a Michigan militia group. That damn wine news radio. W RVs Supreme Court nominee Amy Cockney Barrel was grilled about 12 hours Tuesday by members of the Senate Judiciary Committee, taking questions on issues like abortion, voting rights and the Second Amendment. Chuck Stevenson has more with a third challenge coming before the Supreme Court to the law that established guaranteed coverage of pre existing conditions, increasing those insured by an estimated 20 million. I'm not here on a mission to destroy the affordable care act. I'm just here to apply the law and adhere to the rule of law. Judge Barrett also saying the right to use birth control the right to abortion are examples of rights protected by substantive due process later saying Roe v. Wade may not be immune from overturning because it's still hotly debated Chuck Secrets and ABC News The confirmation hearing continues today. 4th and 5th. Grade students in Chesterfield will be headed back to the classroom a week from Monday, October 26th. There will be two groups and each will be in school two days a week with the other three days virtual learning kindergarten through third grader started on that schedule this week. School board hopes to have middle and high schoolers back sometime next month after months of debate to schools and handover finally have new names. The school's formerly known as Lee Davis, Haigh and Lee Davis and Stonewall Jackson will now be Mechanicsville High and Bell Creek Middle after a school board vote last night. Most of those who came out to Tuesday's meeting said the name should never have been changed to begin with new mascots and colors will be left up to the school's president. Trump was on the campaign trail Tuesday in Pennsylvania and said that if he doesn't win reelection, the US will deteriorate as ll end up in a large scale version of Venezuela if.

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"employment commission" Discussed on WRVA

WRVA

02:44 min | 3 months ago

"employment commission" Discussed on WRVA

"Registration system to vote is down this morning on this the last day to register it's due to a cut fiber line in Chester that's impacting a lot of agencies They include, but are not limited to the D. M. V of the Department of Health and the Virginia Employment Commission. It's not just impacting registration album. Earl says it can't check its pole books and is having people vote early on provisional ballots. The Virginia Information Technology Agency says people are on site trying to fix the problem. There are breaking reports out of Michigan that the group accused in an alleged plot to kidnap Michigan's governor also discussed taking out Governor Ralph nor them. An FBI agent revealed it during a hearing in federal court in Grand Rapids, nor them has faced a great deal of criticism from the right over his Corona virus regulations. It's been a busy morning for President Donald Trump on social media. It was a late night for President Trump On Monday. He returned to the White House just before 10:30 P.m. after his rally in Florida and was tweeting after midnight. But he was up dark and early Tuesday morning and very active on Twitter. By 7:30 A.m.. The president had tweeted or retweeted messages, at least 46 times. Post focus on a wide range of issues. Joe Biden Supreme Court nominee, Amy Cockney Barrett on the Commission on Presidential Debates. The president has no public events on his scheduled today until his evening rally in Pennsylvania. Karen Travers. ABC NEWS Washington Questioning of Judge Amy Cockney, Barrett underway and Republican as Republicans tried to get her nomination through the Senate Judiciary Committee. Judge Barrett presented her approach to the law. As conservative and fair. Judges can't just wake up one day and say I have an agenda like guns. I hate guns. I like abortion. I hate abortion and walk in like a A royal queen and impose their will on the world. Barrett invoked her mentor, the late Justice Scalia, but declined to answer whether she agreed with Scalia that Roe vs Wade was wrongly decided, actually be wrong in violation of the cannons for me to do that, as a sitting judge. A committee vote on her nomination is expected next week. Aaron Carter Ski ABC News New York and write the place to the executive director of an advocacy organization has been charged with misdemeanor offenses for protest Ng on the property of the acting director of immigration and Customs Enforcement. Acting director Tony Fam wasn't home at the time. Nancy Win has been charged in Pennsylvania, where she lives. Her group calls the charge is bogus. The polls are open in Texas A bee sees Jim Ryan is in Dallas and says Early voting has begun. Voter turnout records are expected to fall even before November. 3rd in order to accommodate the volume. County clerk Chris Hollins in Houston says We're going to offer a record number of days, 18 days of early voting as partisans, the country seems to have become Some voters see principal above politics, no matter who you vote.

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"employment commission" Discussed on PR & Law

PR & Law

04:51 min | 3 months ago

"employment commission" Discussed on PR & Law

"How long is this going to drag on for how many articles are we going to have circulating on the internet, you know suggesting or inferring that Walmart is is a bad place to work as a woman. So you're probably on the bottom line you're coming at it with a presumption of guilt though, and I'm not so sure that's J case, right? So if if Walmart actually feels that this test absolutely is Justified and they don't regret doing it and they're going to maybe alter it but have something similar going home. Forward it doesn't necessarily make sense to come out and make a big statement about it because in Walmart's case they would say we already take this seriously, like it really depends what exactly happened. It's it's really hard to say without the details the you know, the amount of weight they had to carry and how everything was sort of structured but but in general, I mean if they're if they feel guilty about it if they feel caught could make a a bigger statement I think but it really is case-by-case because there's not there's not something here you would say, you know, for sure when you're in the situation do a and if the circumstance is off, you know different doobie. It doesn't work that way because it does depend on the details. It depends on the time. It depends on who's accusing you I think having the equal opportunities are the Equal Employment Commission involved as a young age is a factor because they probably have resources as well to draw public attention towards it and so you look at and go even if again even if you don't feel that you are guilty you just you do want it to go away and that's what time To to handle it and the interesting thing too, and I just wanted to point this out because in Hong Kong for instance, you know, when I was at the exchange this is a sort of trilingual City, you know may have Cantonese and Mandarin in English English and Cantonese the two official languages here, but often times, you know, we would need a native English speaker for a role because it involved speaking English or writing English in press releases or other Publications. And so by Nature at almost excludes Chinese people then almost along racial lines almost perfectly and yet there's a justification. Now, of course, it's not absolutely along racial lines because there are native-born Canadians and Americans and Europeans who who speak native English with have a Chinese face, but that's just an example of when you go down this path. The whole point of screening for a role is to screen out the people that you don't think would be suitable or who have demonstrated that they are not Super Bowl. All through, you know, we would provide a written test for instance so I can see how this is a very very delicate thing for companies to try and dance around..

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"employment commission" Discussed on WRVA

WRVA

04:14 min | 4 months ago

"employment commission" Discussed on WRVA

"Cloudy skies 69 degrees in Midlothian. These radio W R V eight times 601 Thie, first of eight of the 2020 presidential campaign set for tonight in Cleveland. Terry Moran has a preview, including the main topics on the table. It should be a meaty debate on paper, but let's see those six topics. 15 minutes each. The Trump and Biden Records, the Supreme Court, the corona virus pandemic, the economy, race and violence in our cities and the integrity of our elections. I think voters are also going to get a good look at both men under pressure at length, really, For the first time due to the Corona virus, the candidates won't shake hands in the crowd will be very small they will will will not where mass while on stage House Democrats late Monday put forward a new proposal for Corona virus relief. It's a $2.2 trillion plan that would revive a $600 per week jobless benefit and send a second round of $1200 direct payments to most individuals. Would also said money to state and local governments, colleges and universities and businesses. Unemployment were unemployed workers in Virginia will have to wait a bit longer to get $300 in extra weekly benefits after the State Employment Commission pushback its target date to begin payments by two weeks to October. 15th. Those eligible will not need to file a separate application to receive the federal supplement. The governor said Monday. The state has hit a record low Corona virus positivity rate, Matt Dim line reports he was tweeting from isolation. The governor who received a positive Corona virus test last week, says Virginia's positivity rate is at 4.7%. Also, the seven day rolling average of cases is at its lowest point since July. The governor is in the mist of a 10 day isolation for his positive covert tests. Although he is not experiencing any symptoms. His wife, who also had a positive test has had mild symptoms. Department of Health is also unveiled a new covert dashboard, which will include a school metric stab to help districts make the decisions about classes that damn wine news Radio W. R. Corona virus numbers also trending in the right direction in Chesterfield and Hendrickje. President Trump announced Monday that the federal government is sending 150 million rapid care tested governors in order to get the Corona virus infection rate under control. We slash red tape and approved Emergency use authorizations for 243 type of test said So many tests we have I invoked the Defense Production act and related authorities more than 100 times and distributed $171 million to expand testing production. Governors are being encouraged to use the test for schools and other high rest settings like nursing homes and assisted living facilities. After a week of protest surrounding the grand jury decision not to charge the former Louisville officers in the death of Briana Taylor, an unnamed juror has filed a motion to release the transcripts but make it the region Port, Kentucky's attorney general fields that could be a disastrous move overnight. Kentucky's attorney General Daniel Cameron, condemning the move, releasing a statement claiming Our team has an ethical obligation not to release the recording from the grand jury proceedings, adding, We stand by our belief that such a release could compromise the ongoing federal investigation. Taylor's family has accused Cameron of slowing down the case since the beginning. The Republican Party of Virginia says by failing to make it clear that a witness signature requirement for absentee voters has been waived. State elections officials have created confusion among voters ahead of the November election. In a motion filed in federal court, the GOP argued the required proactive steps were not taken to advise the public regarding the elimination of the richness requirement and after pushback from residents and a group of Civic Association City Council last night delayed a vote on a resulting proposal for some areas along West Broadway. The GR TC pulse runs The aim of the proposal was to spark construction and redevelopment. But there are concerns that it would allow 20 story buildings that could dwarf properties in some neighborhoods. You're next news at 6 30 News on demand News, Radio w. R va. Dot com I'm Gunnery Hess on Richmond's news, weather and Traffic Station, NewsRadio, W. R Va. I hate to be the one to say this, But does anybody think that somebody is building a 20 Storey building in Richmond, Virginia anytime soon? Well,.

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"employment commission" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

01:50 min | 5 months ago

"employment commission" Discussed on WTOP

"Trucks of all kinds are packing the narrow streets of this neighbourhood in Edgewater off Solomon's Island Road in Virginia Avenue. There are cranes would chippers, roofing trucks and power crews working away? This. After large trees were toppled, fences blown over roofs damaged and power knocked out. The worst damage appears concentrated in a small area. No injuries reported. But there is plenty of clean up work still to be done here. In Edgewater, Maryland. Michelle Bash w T O P. News, The Virginia Employment Commission will soon be sending some out of work Virginians another $300 in jobless benefits, The additional payment should begin around September. 20th president Trump said only those already getting 100 bucks in benefits are eligible, which leaves out the Commonwealth lowest wage earners. A spokesperson for the Virginia Employment Commission says text messages will go out to eligible recipients. Within the next week. Unemployment dropped to 8.4 Sent last month down 10 down from 10.2% the month before, But it's not all a rosy picture because job growth has slowed a positive sign here. The number on temporary layoff plunged by 3.1 million. Still, we have more than six million listed as on temporary layoff. Obviously, they continue to hold onto the hope. That their jobs will come back in the coming months. That is bankrate dot com senior economic analyst Mark Hamrick using machines, shovels and even their hands. Rescue crews in Lebanon are frantically searching for survivors of that huge blast for a second day. Rescue crews are digging as if a life depends on it. They believe they've found a heartbeat. Under all of this rubble, Scanners and probes have been pushed into the debris to find out where the pulse may have been coming from. We have been able to acquire.

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"employment commission" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

02:57 min | 6 months ago

"employment commission" Discussed on WTOP

"But again expect good chance of rain in your location over the next 72 hours and again. We need it 84 is our temperature right now is we Heat up in D C. Baltimore also it 84 Ashburn. It's 79. And Stafford at 83. All right, Lauren, Thank you and Fairfax. It's 82 this morning, and it's brought to you by new look home design. Right now, say 50% on all roofing materials. It's a 22 on a federal judge has rejected a request to block Governor Ralph Northam is Cove in 19 restrictions. It comes from a Loudon County businessman who says those restrictions imposed on businesses violate equal treatment of the laws by discriminating against some categories of businesses. He also argues that Northam is exceeding his emergency powers. John take zones, Zion Springs Vineyard and Wedding venue. He says his business stands to suffer irreparable harm from their restrictions. A trial on that is set for late next month. Thie End of Stay at Home Orders More travel and people going back to work has led to a rush for Corona virus testing in Virginia. Lot of Copan 19 tests or taking a week or more to process our capacity is not able to meet keep up with the demand. Paramjit buries, the chief deputy commissioner for public health and Preparedness in Virginia would be ramped up their capacity to think we're doing fairly well in Maine, June and then towards the end of June. As we saw the cases across the U. S and increase more individuals interested in testing. He believes taking steps to reopen the state triggered the increases something because having more interaction, the longest delays are in commercial labs, often used by health care providers and drugstore sites. State labs are starting to see slowdowns to so they're planning to use their federal stimulus dollars this year. Toe work to increase capacity. Michelle Morello w T. O P. NEWS the Virginia Employment Commission is spending $124,000 to clean up its public relations image. The commission has hired lobbying firm capital results to issue press releases, reporter briefings and social media campaigns on its behalf. At the same time, Virginia lawmakers are urging the commission to modernize processes and establish a more robust online platform after coming under criticism for its slow response to an unprecedented flood of claims for unemployment benefits. Fairfax County Police are investigating a crash yesterday that killed in Alexandria government official 61 year old Robert Bloom died yesterday morning when his SUV veered off North King's Highway a telegraph road and struck a traffic pole. Bloom was a public safety systems administrator in the Department of emergency and Customer Communications for Alexandria. On its website. The city says it was devastated by the loss of bloom. Still to come on. W T O P Money news in a wine pairing event that involves Cheez It crackers. It's a 20 for our homes today are like little cities full of different Internet ing burrows like the entertainment district. Or the virtual fitness center in the garage and Xfinity.

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"employment commission" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

02:42 min | 6 months ago

"employment commission" Discussed on WTOP

"The door with state purchasing agents. Maryland made a 12.5 $1,000,000 deal with a company that was founded by two Republican political operatives with no medical experience. Just as the Corona virus swept the country. Most of the goods never arrived. The state later cancel the contract, never got a refund and is now in settlement negotiations. In this new normal of Corona virus. You have likely encountered someone you don't know who's not wearing a mask, or maybe wearing it incorrectly. A psychiatrist has some ideas about how to address strangers about their face coverings, wearing a mask and socially distancing isn't on Lee. What we're told we should be doing. It's an act of kindness. In the beginning, it was about infectious disease. But now it's all about human behavior and the human behavior of people not doing what they need to do. But the chair of psychiatry at MedStar And in hospital center Dr Elspeth Cameron Richie says changing behavior is no small thing, and we can politely remind strangers of their social responsibility. If we all said to each other, please wear a mask. I said people say please Basque up when people wear under their nose, But she says, you don't have to be a doctor to care for others making about them and say you don't want unknowingly infect them. Meghan Cloherty. W T o P News during the worst of the pandemic, many hospitals in New York stopped performing heart transplants hearts that would have gone there came here. Instead, the decision to continue doing transplants wasn't made lightly. We had very interesting discussions about this, because obviously we were taken risk ourselves and taking a risk for our patients in some ways. Dr Ezekiel Molina's a cardiothoracic surgeon at MedStar Heart and Vascular Institute, he says. Two times the typical number of patients received new hearts. In March and May. Molina's program also implants L've add pumps into people in end stage heart failure to extend their lives is definitely on extremely rewarding feel to have the privilege of helping MS patients. Christi King W GOP News Dozens of Virginia lawmakers from both parties are calling for reforms that the Virginia Employment Commission, which deals with unemployment benefits, They say complaints have been pouring in from struggling constituents. As in other states, the commission has been swamped with an unprecedented number of benefits claims. State officials have said the vast majority of eligible claims have been paid within two weeks. Coming up next in money news on upside for the company, computer security with employees working from home. It's 7 24 Some say the greatest threat to a network for security attacks are on the rise comes from hackers and cyber criminals. Some say the greatest threat to a network the traffic is on the wrong path. Something went wrong during the change.

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"employment commission" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

02:15 min | 1 year ago

"employment commission" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

"Has now filed a complaint with the employment commission claiming that she was placed on administrative leave from the recording academy Grammy's for reporting misconduct and that the complaint includes an allegation that she was sexually harassed by the academy's general counsel top lawyer he's denied that her lawyer tells can access she's being punished for coming forward you have French establishment at the academy there is really insignificant diversity yeah the academy you know said the right things in terms of reporting to be open to change and at the end of the day we missed you can actually attempted to execute on those initiatives she was ultimately sideline retaliated against and removed controversy swirling all around as we approach the Grammys are supposed to be handed out staples center on Sunday state assemblyman bill bro from south Orange County facing call to resign the OC register reporting that a number of Republican leaders say he's degrading the party as investigations got under way under a number of claims of sexual harassment the a legislator has also been accused of misusing campaign money he is the light any wrongdoing dismissing the accusations as politically motivated three former middle school students in Redlands of sued a former teacher claiming sex abuse the crimes allegedly happened between nineteen ninety nine and two thousand want to comment middle school that's according to the riverside press enterprise the suit was filed under a new state law that extends the statute of limitations for certain sex crimes the teacher Shawn Lopez was convicted in two thousand five of molesting and sexually harassing three other miners and is currently serving a seventy four year prison term LA X. offering incentives for the airlines to fly quieter the idea is to encourage commercial airlines to operate as quietly as possible to cut down on airport noise and surrounding communities the five quieter program will evaluate airline danieli on their compliance with Allie X. noise abatement procedures other use of quieter aircraft to do technology also be a value waited on Holly engage the local community the program is in the early stages of airport management is working with the airlines to further develop the possible incentives Allie X. will collect data and engage with each airline for a year and recognize those that make the most substantial efforts to address a craft noise Bob Brill can extend seventy twos.

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Intel releases results of EEOC data on pay, gender and race

KNX Afternoon News with Mike Simpson and Chris Sedens

00:24 sec | 1 year ago

Intel releases results of EEOC data on pay, gender and race

"Who are the top earners at Intel mostly white and Asian men the company's released results of a reported center the equal opportunity employment commission it's the first company to release date details about Hey race and gender Intel says among its fifty two top executives twenty nine or white men eleven or Asian man eight are white women Intel says fewer than ten percent of black employees are among top

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"employment commission" Discussed on Pod Save America

Pod Save America

04:11 min | 1 year ago

"employment commission" Discussed on Pod Save America

"From the privileges of American citizenship that they have a right to so. Let's talk about the response from the press us from Democrats. To what trump did you know in in your piece you had criticism for. Both let's take each you mentioned this weekend that you agreed with crooked editor in chief Brian Butler that it's the job of reporters to bear witness faithfully what does that. What does that look like to you? I mean maybe it means telling the truth about what's happening. Even when power is trying to convince you otherwise you know something that there was a dispute towards the end of the Bush administration over whether to call waterboarding torture torture because that was essentially not about whether or not waterboarding was actually torture it was about the fact that the Bush administration was contesting the definition of waterboarding torture because they didn't want to admit that they were torturing people now with the racist chant U._C.. Something similar like go back is Literally Textbook Racism. It's referred to by the equal opportunity. Employment Commission is like a textbook version of racism so to say well. We don't know if this is racist or call to caught racially charged or racially tinged is as to concede to power <hes> disability to create controversy around facts when there actually is no controversy <hes> so when I'm echoing Brian's <hes> admonition to to bear witness faithfully what I'm referring to is not concede need to power the ability to create controversy where none should exist and then on the Democrats you know everyone should read the piece but I do WanNa read one passage because I think it was particularly devastating Democrats now hold the house and they are. I'm not holding trump back. The president has a better to attack in American democracy. He has obstructed justice. He has vowed to turn federal law enforcement on his political enemies. There are squalid camps at the border where families are being separated and children are being sexually assaulted their existence justified as a necessary response to a foreign. Earn invasion trump has sought to rig American democracy in favor of white voters and refuse to recognize the oversight authority of Congress and now a sales the cornerstone principle of multiracial democracy that none of us is more American than any other. If the Democrats convince themselves that anything they do to attack the president risk alienating white voters who believe the country belongs only to them and they will be partially responsible for the path that country is taking what in your mind would democratic leadership that meets this moment. What actions would that entail <hes> I I think it would entail more rigorously fighting the administration in terms of calling witnesses and turning in terms of subpoenaing documents in terms of pursuing investigations but it would also entail a more rigorous defense of the principles of multiracial racial democracy against the president? I believe <hes> Pelosi's response after the all these tweets was <hes> united said what I'm going to say. I'm not gonNA say anything else. I mean that is the Marco Rubio approach to presidential <unk> tweets. It's insufficient in the United States is facing someone who simply does not believe in the principles of multiracial democracy that have guided this country since nineteen sixty five that is an existential threat to those of US whose Americanise might reasonably be questioned under a regime that states that only white Christians are real Americans. I in the Democratic Party cannot exist without those constituents and should be doing much more forceful job of defending them so it seems you know when you pull back from specific moments specific moments to offer rebuke to to speak more forcefully against the president seems that there is a kind of feeling that Democrats in Congress are not fulfilling the mission that voters sent them on in twenty eighteen <hes> that seems to be informing a lot of the internal democratic fights between the squad as we now call them and the leadership <hes> that seems to be informing a lot of the criticism of the way <hes> leaders leaders like Colossians Schumer and people like Jerry Nadler have responded to trump's you laughing at the face of efforts to hold him accountable. Do you believe that there is pressure that can be brought to bear that could get Democrats in the house kind of to step up to this fight in a bigger way to kind of to kind of rise to this moment..

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"employment commission" Discussed on The Lead with Jake Tapper

The Lead with Jake Tapper

09:35 min | 1 year ago

"employment commission" Discussed on The Lead with Jake Tapper

"Stay North Carolina state key to his two thousand sixteen victory and his twenty twenty reelection campaign and president trump left no doubt today that he will target target those four democratic congresswoman of color who told back he told to go back to their home countries tweeting quote. I'll talk talk also about people who love and hate our country mostly love this evening the president insisting that is racist comments. We're not in fact racist but he might want onto consult the U._S.. Equal Opportunity Employment Commission manual which states and I'm quoting here that harassment based on national origin includes quote insults taunting or ethnic epithets such as making fun of a person's foreign accent or comments like go back to where you came from whether made by supervisors or by Co workers on quotas C._N._N.'s Kaelin Collins now reports the president and his advisors believe it is to his political advantage to brand these four Democrats as the the face of the Democratic Party my opinion. They hate our country. That's the message president. Trump plans to test drive at has rally in North Carolina. Tonight.

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"employment commission" Discussed on WRVA

WRVA

03:29 min | 2 years ago

"employment commission" Discussed on WRVA

"Three. Oh one. A Royal Air Morocco official says Morocco has halted the commercial use of its so operational. Boeing seven thirty-seven max eight pending tests and examinations after the GOP and airlines crash on Sunday. Royal Air Morocco is the latest airline and government to ground the newest Boeing airliner ABC's. Alec stone on the heels of China ordering that country's entire fleet of Boeing seven thirty-seven max, eight planes to be grounded in other countries and airlines following now. Calm Aaron South Africa's grounding its max eight fleet will it consults with Boeing in the US United southwest at American are all still flying. The plane Virginia's unemployment rate stayed at two point eight percent in January. It's the sixth consecutive month. The rate was that low the lowest we've seen since April two thousand one it's all do the jobs being added to the workforce. In fact, Virginia had the largest gain in jobs. In the country and Lang chief economist with the Virginia employment commission. I think that you know, this was a good report for Virginia. We had that steady unemployment rate. We did see with the unemployment figures that there is an increase in the labor force. We had more people reporting that they were working and people also looking for, you know, an increase in people seeking work three small satellites that were developed at Virginia public universities will be lifting off into space next month Old Dominion university. In Norfolk says the satellites will be aboard Northrop Grumman's and taro's lunch in April in the international space station. Astronauts aboard the space station will then put the devices in orbit collecting measurements of the earth's atmosphere to help accurately predict orbits for small satellites dominion. Appalachian customers are about to get a one time gift of sorts credit is on the way your upcoming Bill. Will no word yet on how much you'll get. But if you get a Bill, you'll get the credit the state corporation commission is Ken shred says two things that behind the rate reduction a change in federal law and the new Virginia law commission was directed to actually go through all the financial records and make a determination as to what the actual tax savings would be for those utility companies that is now been done and by order the commission now the remaining part of that corporate tax rates. Savings is going to be passed along to customers starting on April. First and checking your money, the Dow is up seventy one SNP up thirty six the NASDAQ up fourteen your next news at the bottom of the hour. News on demand at NewsRadio WNBA dot com. I'm Dennis Edwards on Richmond's news, weather, and traffic station. Newsradio eleven forty W R V A and ninety six point one FM. Four. Students radio RV a Monday. We are back at it. More people. United States than ever before are ready to sign onto socialist. Now, we we of figure.

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"employment commission" Discussed on WRVA

WRVA

02:32 min | 2 years ago

"employment commission" Discussed on WRVA

"After saying he wouldn't blame Democrats if there's a partial government shutdown. President Trump down tweeting that Democrats will own any shutdown Virginia democratic Senator Tim Kaine responds that's a complete lie. There's only one person in the United States who is continually had a gleam in his eye. Every time he's talked about the shutdown. And that's Donald J Trump you do not negotiate with bully. Cain says he doesn't think shutdown is inevitable at this point. But says he hopes someone can talk some sense into Trump. Senate majority leader Mitch McConnell told reporters Senate Republicans had a good meeting with the president about border security and paying -unding the government with just hours to go before a partial shutdown ABC's. Stephanie Ramos is on the hill. After speaking with the president Senate majority leader Mitch McConnell says the conversation will continue, but the Senate will move forward voting on that house Bill that passed which includes the five billion. Dollars for the president's border wall. Radical concept that physical barriers play an important role in shaping security. Senate Democrats are standing firm saying the president will not get his tax payer funded wall. The supreme court won't let the Trump administration begin enforcing a ban on asylum for any immigrants who illegally crossed the US Mexico border. New Justice Brad Kavanagh and three other conservative justices sided with the administration the court order today leaves in place lower court rulings that blocked President Trump's proclamation in November automatically denying asylum to people who entered the country from Mexico without going through official border crossings, no new trial for an ex green beret killer, Richmond's federal appeals court refuses to grant the request of Jeffrey McDonald who was convicted of slaughtering his pregnant wife and two young daughters at Fort Bragg nearly fifty years ago McDonald. Has had decades of failed. Appeals this time taking his case to the fourth circuit court. The case was the basis for a book and a television movie in the nineteen eighty s Beth Harris, NewsRadio WR VA Virginia's November unemployment rate fell to two point eight percent. The lowest seasonally adjusted rate in seventeen years down a tenth of a percentage point from October and down eight tenths of a percentage point from year ago, November economist and Lang at the Virginia employment commission says Virginia is ranked sixth in the nation..

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WalMart and Wisconsin discussed on The KDKA Radio Afternoon News with Robert Mangino

The KDKA Radio Afternoon News with Robert Mangino

00:14 sec | 2 years ago

WalMart and Wisconsin discussed on The KDKA Radio Afternoon News with Robert Mangino

"The federal equal opportunity employment commission has filed a lawsuit accusing WalMart of forcing pregnant workers. That are Wisconsin warehouse to go on unpaid leave and denying their request for easier workloads now, WalMart denies any

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Michigan man jailed for selling body parts infected with HIV, hepatitis

The Paul W. Smith Show

01:44 min | 2 years ago

Michigan man jailed for selling body parts infected with HIV, hepatitis

"Set his wife on fire here's wjr's gene fogel fifty five year old david garnett or should be shutting on a charge of assault with intent to murder police say the two got into an argument in their home in february the dow doses wife of gasoline sutter on fire she's able to get out of the home your bedroom window and run to a neighbor for help she suffered second and third degree burns on one of her legs garnett has been in jail and a one million dollar bond since his arrest gene fogel wjr news the grosse pointe park man convicted of selling bad body parts has been sentenced to nine years in prison arthur rathburne who covered up the fact that the body parts had tested positive for hepatitis b hiv others they were used for medical training at national conferences and at colleges there were no reports of illnesses from the conference attendees rathburne was convicted of various crimes including illegal transportation of hazardous material a lawsuit charges that supervisors at some mcdonald's restaurants in several states including michigan sexually assaulted workers lawsuit claims supervisor harassed workers in the form of groping propositions for sex and lewd comments and the reports were just ignored cooks in cashiers of the restaurants have filed various charges what the equal employment commission alleging various illegal conduct at michigan and other restaurants across nine cities including detroit the time's up legal defense fund is carrying this out they provided the financial support to investigate and filed the charges mcdonald's says they're committed to a culture that fosters a respectful treatment of everyone and there was no place for harassment and discrimination in their workplaces it's been a year since well a.

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"employment commission" Discussed on WRVA

WRVA

01:59 min | 3 years ago

"employment commission" Discussed on WRVA

"Two and scott's addition newsradio w r v a time we all want virginia beach man has been arrested and charged with threatening to kill virginia gop congressman scott taylor we get more from w arvydas matt dem line where reportedly came over marijuana policy sixty nine year old wallace good win allegedly went to the congressman's virginia beach office and after getting frustrated told a staff member that he was going to go to a weekend event of the congressmens with his shotgun and do something about this he also threatened to staff members as well goodwin also is previously shown up at the congressman's house he could get ten years in prison if convicted of making the threat met them line newsradio w are good news on the state's jobless front virginia seasonally adjusted unemployment rate is down to three point five percent in february it's down a tenth of a percentage point from january and down a half a percentage point from a year ago february communist and lang at the virginia employment commission says that three point five percent rate is the lowest jobless rate for the commonwealth in ten years president trump has signed a spending bill shortly after threatening the veto it the move avoids the government shutdown but trump says there are a lot of things he's unhappy about with the bill including not enough funding for his border wall more from abc's jonathan karl the bottom line is though for the president and i think the number one reason why he's so upset about being put in the position of having to sign this bill is that there is virtually nothing in there for his border wall he mentioned one point six billion dollars that's one point six billion dollars for border security but there's only money in this bill for thirty three miles of new wall on the border that is more than two thousand miles long as far short of what he wanted that's why he came so close to he says considering vetoing this bill a sixteen year old shot at her maryland high school this week has died abc's aaron katersky has more.

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Man arrested for threatening to murder Virginia congressman

Jeff Katz

01:59 min | 3 years ago

Man arrested for threatening to murder Virginia congressman

"Two and scott's addition newsradio w r v a time we all want virginia beach man has been arrested and charged with threatening to kill virginia gop congressman scott taylor we get more from w arvydas matt dem line where reportedly came over marijuana policy sixty nine year old wallace good win allegedly went to the congressman's virginia beach office and after getting frustrated told a staff member that he was going to go to a weekend event of the congressmens with his shotgun and do something about this he also threatened to staff members as well goodwin also is previously shown up at the congressman's house he could get ten years in prison if convicted of making the threat met them line newsradio w are good news on the state's jobless front virginia seasonally adjusted unemployment rate is down to three point five percent in february it's down a tenth of a percentage point from january and down a half a percentage point from a year ago february communist and lang at the virginia employment commission says that three point five percent rate is the lowest jobless rate for the commonwealth in ten years president trump has signed a spending bill shortly after threatening the veto it the move avoids the government shutdown but trump says there are a lot of things he's unhappy about with the bill including not enough funding for his border wall more from abc's jonathan karl the bottom line is though for the president and i think the number one reason why he's so upset about being put in the position of having to sign this bill is that there is virtually nothing in there for his border wall he mentioned one point six billion dollars that's one point six billion dollars for border security but there's only money in this bill for thirty three miles of new wall on the border that is more than two thousand miles long as far short of what he wanted that's why he came so close to he says considering vetoing this bill a sixteen year old shot at her maryland high school this week has died abc's aaron katersky has more.

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"employment commission" Discussed on KKAT

KKAT

02:04 min | 3 years ago

"employment commission" Discussed on KKAT

"I went to hr in the guy from h r tried to seduce me and take the otherwise had been boarded a new way of one girl review employment commission i mean there are all kinds of avenues you don't have to take back crap well you don't understand what cayo you know what i had enough trouble trying to maintain my job and do my jaw you made it warns need any i didn't need to know i i made a choice because i needed employment i did nothing wrong no no there were i could have gone to the halos woman says not only is more positive press me uh but the birth of my my hr department sitting on me as well you have a you always have a recourse staying silent is not an option well in the day it was my i i've worked on christmas but my cousin from new york was telling me they sat around the christmas table and not one warm and the key was sitting with had not been affected by goals nato some men the fine messages away if i may say something um the attitude you displayed in this call uh is exactly why there's never been a mood substantive conversation on this because women that have gone through this you know god be with him it was wrong but they cannot have a conversation with man about sexual harassment just like you called up and said europol's at my attitude i have been as delicate with this as i possibly could be what i was bringing up after thirty or forty years there's a reason there is a statute of limitations as called being time barred and simply saying while i was a woman i was helpless i couldn't do anything and if i wanted to keep my job i had to keep our mouths shut there are other options there are other that might have been the easiest course of action for you i don't know i wasn't there i.

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