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05:28 min | 1 year ago

"eric gladys" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

"Hundreds of thousands of medicare recipients who experienced financial hardship during the pandemic are paying monthly premiums. When they don't have to all people have to do is call the california department of health care services and request a waiver. Fatima clark with a nonprofit children now says families are leaving anywhere from a few hundred to a few thousand dollars on. The table are estimated that about forty percent of families who could be taking advantage of. This program are not today. I'm susan potter min. Account provides health insurance to about fourteen million low income californians including families with children pregnant individuals and people with disabilities. The new york post reports. Dr anthony foul cheese. Sunday warned that the country's latest cove in nineteen surges. Going to get worse but insisted he doesn't expect the climbing case numbers turner. Any new lockdown orders. The post says the white house chief. Medical adviser acknowledged that the us has yet to turn the corner in the recent outbreak. That's been driven by the spread of the highly contagious delta. Variant things are going to get worse ouchi told. Abc news this week but found. She said he doesn't expect the nation to shut down again and kids advocates colorado urging the state's congressional delegation to make healthy school meals. Free for all students. Eric gladys has wore during the covert health emergency. The federal government made school meals available for free to all students. Regardless of their financial situation at home children's advocates are now urging congress to make that change permanent in its recovery legislation ashley wieland with hunger free colorado says the move would reduce child hunger and food insecurity and could put an end to lunch line shaming when families fall behind on bills and reduce the stigma. That kids who qualify for free or reduced price meals experience. That is didn't that need help. That poor kids. They take with them in their stress every day. Actually i've children older receive less and less of them participating and programming because of that. Shame and stigma. They don't wanna be that kid. Some school cashiers have taken lunch trays away from children with so-called lunch debt giving them cheaper replacements which have become known as stigma sandwich. Some schools stamp students hand with a message to parents. I need lunch. Money critics of continuing the free meals for all programs site high costs and others worry. It could lead to dependency on government. Assistance schools would no longer have to field applications determine eligibility and meet federal requirements. Cody reporting each meal. Correct reimbursement category. This is pms. You're struggling with your mortgage. You think about it all the time. What are we gonna do if we lose the house. It's time to stop thinking and start dialing call one eight nine nine five hope for free government program that offers expert one on one advice about your mortgage options. We've helped over a million homeowners and we want to help you call one. Eight eight eight nine nine five hope or visit makinghomeaffordable dot gov brought to you by the us treasury hud and the ad council. Did you know that birthday parties. Help build confidence in kids. Yeah did you know that giving kids less sugar before bedtime helps them sleep better. Oh did you know that friendly kids have more friends. Everybody knows that. Hey guys did you know that. Most people think they're using the right car seat for their kid but they're not. I didn't know that parents who really know it. All know for sure that their child is in the right car seat at the right age and size visit safercar.gov/therightseat to make sure your child is protected. 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"eric gladys" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

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06:07 min | 1 year ago

"eric gladys" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

"Mo- makers in nebraska leaning on older residents now to help fund the state's economic recovery last week governor mark. Gordon signed lbj. Sixty four into law which begins the process of phasing out state taxes on social security benefits. Todd stupid deck with aarp. Nebraska says the move will help nebraska's live their retirement years independently and with dignity. And he says everydollar going back into nebraska's pockets will be spent locally on necessities. And that's going to be a huge economic impact especially at the time in which we're coming back from vin and it's important that we're supporting our local economies so i think this will be a huge economic driver in our state these tax dollars getting back into our systems. Stupid deck says nebraska's aged fifty and older account for fifty six cents of every dollar in consumer spending in a state in part because many have moved past year spent saving for retirement and generate fifty billion dollars in economic activity after some lawmakers voiced concerns about lost revenue lb sixty four was revised cut just half state taxes over the next five years. Lawmakers will need to pass additional legislation to phase out the share by twenty thirty. I'm eric gladys national public radio reports. Texas governor greg abbott says he intends to withhold paychecks to state lawmakers that after house democrats stage to walk out to block voting restrictions proposed by republican counterparts. A large group of democrats walked out of the house chamber in austin late. Sunday was no quorum and that prevented a final vote on the proposal. Npr reports bill which had appeared poised for passage would cut back polling hours reduce access to mail in voting and give more authority to partisan poll-watchers footing rights advocates say those other provisions in the bill would make voting more difficult in texas and an online tool from the institute for women's policy. Research makes the case that ending reproductive-health restrictions is good for women and good for business more than five hundred bills restricting or banning abortions have been introduced to cost forty six states so far this year but according to alexis mcgill johnson with the planned parenthood federation of america the data show that if all state level abortion restrictions were eliminated. More than a half million women would enter the workforce an annual earnings for all women would increase by an average of more than sixteen hundred dollars a year. We know at the national level. The state level abortion restrictions cost hundred and five billion dollars per year by reducing labor force participation in earnings. The research shows if all abortion restrictions were lifted. The estimated earnings increase for working. Women in new york state would be more than fourbillion dollars. I'm andrea sears. Reporting this is pms. You're struggling with your mortgage. You think about it all the time. What are we going to do if we lose the house. It's time to stop thinking and start dialing call one eight eight eight nine nine five hope for free government program that offers expert one on one advice about your mortgage options. We've held over a million homeowners and we want to help you call one eight nine nine five hope or visit making home affordable dot gov brought to you by the us treasury hud and the ad council. Did you know that birthday parties. Help build confidence in kids. Yeah did you know that giving kids less sugar before bedtime helps them sleep better. Oh totally did you know that friendly kids have more friends. Everybody knows that. Hey guys did you know that. Most people think they're using the right car seat for their kid but they're not. I didn't know that parents who really know it. All know for sure that their child is in the right car seat at the right age and size visit safercar dot gov slash therightseat to make sure your child is protected brought to you by the national highway traffic safety administration and the ad council. Can you tell if these vegetables are being contaminated with bacteria that could cause paralysis. Listen you can't see it either. Use different cutting boards so that the bacteria in raw meats and seafood and their juices doesn't touch prep services for other foods like veggies. Raw food may contain bacteria that can make you very sick or worse. Roughly three thousand americans will die from food poisoning this year. But you can keep your family safer check your steps at foodsafety dot gov brought to you by the usda hhs and the ad council dear. Smokey bear for teaching us. How to prevent fires seventy years. Outdoor lovers would like to say something. Happy seventieth bigeye. Let's bring it in for a bear hug come. On for safety tips. Visit smokybear dot com brought to you by the us forest service your state forester and the ad council. Join me as i prepare. Collection of cherished family recipes passed new generation watch recipes for disaster. Foodsafety dot gov. You'll learn the right steps as maria. Does everything wrong brought to you by the. Usda s and the ad council. Here's a look at weather from the heartland newsfeed weather center. Tuesday isolated showers otherwise. Mostly cloudy with a high near seventy three tuesday night. Scattered showers otherwise. Mostly cloudy with a low around fifty eight wednesday cloudy with thunderstorms likely in the afternoon. High near sixty nine. That's the latest weather checkup more news weather on our website at heartland news feed dot com. Who ceo marissa mayer said in a statement at yahoo. We prefer that our employees pretend to work side by side right here in. Our offices is the onion news network and now live from the studios of freedoms felix ernest hancock. Believe me when. I say we have a difficult time ahead of but if we are to be prepared for it we must i shed our fearless here without fear because i remember i remember that i am here. Not because of the path that lies before me because of the path that lies behind me. I remember that one hundred years we have these machines and after a century of war. I remember that which matters..

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"eric gladys" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

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05:09 min | 1 year ago

"eric gladys" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

"While makers in nebraska leaning on older residents now to help fund the state's economic recovery last week governor mark. Gordon signed l. Sixty four into law which begins the process of phasing out state taxes on social security benefits town stupid deck with aarp. Nebraska says the move will help nebraska's live their retirement years independently and with dignity. And he says every dollar going back into nebraska's pockets will be spent locally on necessities and that's going to be a huge economic impact especially at a time in which we're coming back from calvin and it's important that we're supporting our local economies so i think this will be a huge economic driver in states these tax dollars getting back into our systems. Stoop index says nebraska's age fifty and older account for fifty six cents of every dollar in consumer spending in the state in part because many have moved past year spent saving for retirement and generate fifty billion dollars in economic activity after some lawmakers voiced concerns about lost revenue. Lb sixty four was revised to cut just half a state tax over the next five years. Lawmakers will need to pass additional legislation to phase out the remaining share by twenty thirty. I'm eric gladys national public radio reports. Texas governor greg abbott says he intends to withhold paychecks to state lawmakers that after house. Democrats staged a walkout to block voting restrictions proposed by their republican counterparts. A large group of democrats walked out of the house chamber in austin late sunday so there was no quorum and that prevented a final vote on the proposal and pr reports. Bill which had appeared poised for passage would cut back polling hours reduce access to mail in voting and give more authority to partisan poll-watchers falling rights. Advocates say those and other provisions in the bill would make voting more difficult in texas and online tool from the institute for women's policy research makes the case that ending reproductive-health restrictions is good for women and good for business more than five hundred bills restricting or banning abortions have been introduced costs forty six states so far this year but according to alexis mcgill johnson with the planned parenthood federation of america the data. Show that if all state level abortion restrictions were eliminated. More than a half million women would enter the workforce annual earnings for all women would increase by an average of more than sixteen hundred dollars a year. We know at the national level. The state level abortion restrictions cost hundred and five billion dollars per year by reducing labor force participation earnings. The research shows if all abortion restrictions were lifted. The estimated earnings increase for working women in new york. State would be more than fourbillion dollars. I'm andrea sears. Reporting this is pms. You're struggling with your mortgage. You think about it all the time. What are we gonna do if we lose the house. It's time to stop thinking and start dialing call one eight nine nine five hope for free government program that offers expert one on one advice about your mortgage options. We've helped over a million dollars and we want to help you call one eight eight eight nine nine five hope or visit home. Affordable dot gov brought to you by the us treasury hud and the ad council. Did you know that birthday parties. Help build confidence in kids. Yeah did you know that giving kids less sugar before bedtime helps them sleep better. Oh totally did you know that friendly kids have more friends. Everybody knows that. Hey guys did you know that. Most people think they're using the right car seat for their kid but they're not. I didn't know that parents who really know it. All know for sure that their child is in the right car seat at the right age and size visit safercar dot gov slash therightseat to make sure your child is protected brought to you by the national highway traffic safety administration and the ad council. Can you tell if these vegetables are being contaminated with bacteria that could cause paralysis. Listen you can't see it either. Use different cutting boards so that the bacteria in raw meats and seafood and their juices doesn't touch prep services for other foods like veggies. Raw food may contain bacteria that can make you very sick or worse. Roughly three thousand americans will die from food poisoning this year. But you can keep your family safer check your steps at foodsafety dot gov brought to you by the usda hhs on the ad council dear. Smokey bear for teaching us how to prevent wildfires. For seventy years. Outdoor lovers would like to say something. Happy seventieth bigeye. Let's bring it in for a bear hug come. On for safety tips. Visit smokybear dot com brought to you by the us forest service your state forester and the ad council. Join me as i prepare. A collection of cherished family recipes passed through generation watch recipes for disaster at foodsafety dot gov. You'll learn the right steps as maria. Does everything wrong brought to you by the usda hhs and the ad council. Here's a look at weather from the heartland news feed weather center. Tuesday isolated showers otherwise. Mostly cloudy with a high near seventy three tuesday night. Scattered showers otherwise. Mostly cloudy with a low around fifty eight wednesday cloudy with thunderstorms likely in the afternoon. 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"eric gladys" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

08:05 min | 1 year ago

"eric gladys" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

"The celtics are up seven with two eighteen laughed and tatum's getting every call and a world. Every time he dribbles the ball he gets a call. So there's no way they're not winning this game. When you get the whistle every single time. He touched the ball. They call it foul and so he's going to the line and this guy's got forty six points in this game a career high in the play offs. And it's pretty simple now forty seven. He's money and I'm telling you that you cannot go on the road in an nba playoff game and allow forty seven points to forty eight now. He hits both free-throw so it's a nine point lead with two fifteen left enrolling great heavens goblin on. I always love that dude. He's awesome does great shows. He's always cool and he comes on Willingly every time. It just goes off on everything. I love it so i enjoyed talking to scott. And i'm telling you that padre a dodger brace is gonna be phenomenal. I'm going to the game on the twenty ninth of july. I'm literally bought a row of seats. I mean i have liked fifteen people going. it's out of control hookers drug dealers stromboli makers. Everyone's going ice cream vendors. They're all along with me to the game lawyers. Doctors did i mention prostitutes. Are we on the air. Check one two seven point game again with two left. I'm very confused. If the miracle nets can pull it off with a couple of three daggers. If they can get back in it i mean. I've seen a hardening at one need. I need your boy k. Dita at one. I need somebody to stop tatum from another bucket. My god we got another hour to go on a bench. This is bryan alvarez with wrestling observer. Live monday through friday noon pacific three eastern sundays three pacific six eastern daily replays five pacific eighty started wrestling. Observer live on the sports byline. Usa broadcasting. Now you're listening to ferrall on the bench here on sports overnight america. You're listening to the heartland newsfeed. Radio my newsfeed dot com. This stream is supported by advertisers and contributions by follow us on facebook twitter and instagram. These service join us cast jimmy. I am fourteen. Twenty makers in nebraska leaning on older residents now to help fund the state's economic recovery last week governor. Mark gordon signed lbj. Sixty four into law which begins the process of phasing out state taxes on social security benefits taught stupid deck with aarp. Nebraska says the move will help nebraska's live their retirement years independently and with dignity. And he says every dollar going back into nebraska's pockets will be spent locally on necessities and that's going to be a huge economic impact especially at time in which we're coming back from calvin and it's important that we're supporting our local economies so i think this will be a huge economic driver in our state these tax dollars getting back into our systems. Stupid checks says nebraska's age fifty and older account for fifty six cents of every dollar in consumer spending in the state in part because many have moved past here spent saving for retirement and generate fifty billion dollars in economic activity after some lawmakers voiced concerns about lost revenue. Lb sixty four was revised to cut just half a state taxes over the next five years. Lawmakers will need to pass additional legislation to phase out the remaining share by twenty thirty. I'm eric gladys national public radio reports. Texas governor greg abbott says he intends to withhold paychecks to state lawmakers that after house. Democrats staged a walkout to block voting restrictions proposed by their republican counterparts. A large group of democrats walked out of the house chamber in austin late sunday so there was no quorum and that prevented a final vote on the proposal and pr reports. Bill which had appeared poised for passage would cut back polling hours reduce access to mail in voting and give more authority to partisan poll-watchers falling rights. Advocates say those and other provisions in the bill would make voting more difficult in texas and an online tool from the institute for women's policy. Research makes the case that ending reproductive-health restrictions is good for women and good for business more than five hundred bills restricting or banning abortions have been introduced to cost forty six states so far this year but according to alexis mcgill johnson with the planned parenthood federation of america the data show that if all state level abortion restrictions were eliminated. More than half million women would enter the workforce annual earnings for all women would increase by an average of more than sixteen hundred dollars a year. We know at the national level of abortion restrictions cost hundred five billion dollars per year by reducing labor force participation earnings. The research shows if all abortion restrictions were lifted. The estimated earnings increase for working women in new york. State would be more than fourbillion. I'm andrea sears. Reporting this is pms. You're struggling with your mortgage. You think about it all the time. What are we gonna do if we lose the house. It's time to stop thinking and start dialing call one eight nine nine five hope for free government program that offers expert one on one advice about your mortgage options. We've helped over a million homeowners and we want to help you call one. Eight eight eight nine nine five hope or visit makinghomeaffordable dot gov brought to you by the us treasury hud and the ad council. Did you know that birthday parties. Help build confidence in kids. Yeah did you know that giving kids less sugar before bedtime helps them sleep better. Oh totally did you know that friendly kids have more friends. Everybody knows that. Hey guys did you know that. Most people think they're using the right car seat for their kid but they're not. I didn't know that parents who really know it. All know for sure that their child is in the right car seat at the right age and size visit safercar dot gov slash therightseat to make sure your child is protected brought to you by the national highway traffic safety administration and the ad council. Can you tell if these vegetables are being contaminated with bacteria that could cause paralysis. Listen you can't see it either. Use different cutting boards so that the bacteria in raw meats and seafood and their juices doesn't touch prep services for other foods like veggies. Raw food may contain bacteria that can make you very sick or worse. Roughly three thousand americans will die from food poisoning this year. But you can keep your family safer check your steps at foodsafety dot gov brought to you by the usda hhs on the ad council dear. Smokey bear for teaching us how to prevent wildfires. For seventy years outdoor lovers would like to say happy seventieth bigeye. Let's bring it in for a bear hug come. On for safety tips. Visit smokybear dot com brought to you by the us forest service your state forester and the ad council. Join me as i prepare. A collection of cherished family recipes passed through generation watch recipes for disaster at foodsafety dot gov. You'll learn the right steps as maria. Does everything wrong brought to you. By the usda hhs and the ad council here is a look at weather from the heartland news feed weather center for your memorial day. Monday mostly cloudy with a high near seventy two monday night. Mostly cloudy with a low around fifty. Six tuesday a chance of showers in the morning. Otherwise mostly cloudy with a high near seventy. 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"eric gladys" Discussed on KZSC 88.1 FM Santa Cruz

KZSC 88.1 FM Santa Cruz

03:27 min | 1 year ago

"eric gladys" Discussed on KZSC 88.1 FM Santa Cruz

"A moment. Attorneys at the trial of former Minneapolis police officer charged in George Floyd's death of moved closer to the seating A full jury They chose three today. Bringing the panel to 12 to alternate still must be chosen. Prosecutors want a judge to allow a forensic psychiatrist to testify that Floyd's actions when he struggled with officers trying to put him in a squad car were consistent with any reasonable person's anxiety or panic during a traumatic event and that he wasn't necessarily resisting arrest. Floyd said he had claustrophobia. The former officers attorney says If that is allowed, he should be able to tell the jury about Floyd's drug arrests a year earlier, the judge will rule Tomorrow, a new report says an overwhelmed 911 system, chaos and delays hampered the law enforcement response to a Southern California bar during a 2018 attack. Killed a dozen people. The after action report cites a syriza of problems that created confusion after a Marine veteran opened fire inside the borderline bar and grill in 1000 Oaks in long killed himself after fatally wounding patrons, many of them college students. The dead included a Ventura County's sheriff's sergeant who was wounded by long and then hit by friendly fire. Report says long left no note and his motive may never be known. Civil rights attorney John Burris will investigate the circumstances surrounding the fatal shooting of Terrell Wilson in the suburban San Francisco Bay area city of Danville. Laura says the 32 year old African American man was shot by Officer Andrew Hall after a foot chase. Hall reportedly believed that Wilson was throwing rocks from the freeway. After a brief chase. The officer claims that Wilson approached him with a knife, and the officer shot him once in the face. Bursts. Ed Wilson's parents don't believe the account and that an independent witness disputes the officer's report. The witness said that the officer chased Wilson across the street. They got into an argument and officer Hall pulled out his weapon and shot Wilson after Wilson made a hand gesture. Wilson's parents said their son has suffered for years with the mental impairment he was homeless. It is the second time the Danville police officer has used Deadly force, and now we believe we have that story from Eric Gladys on the effort to vaccinate migrant farm workers in Colorado. Hey, hot sand Pillar is with River Valley Family Health Center, serving a lathe, Montrose and Delta on the Western slope, she says Migrant workers face unique risks frequently more than 20. Farmers work alongside each other every day and go home together at night to dormitory like settings. They have a common kitchen, common living room, and so if one of them goes to a supermarket and brings it back It's highly likely that they will all get it..

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"eric gladys" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

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08:16 min | 1 year ago

"eric gladys" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

"Changes court proceedings begin today in the trial of derek. Chauvin the former minneapolis police officer charged. In the killing of george floyd images of extra security and throngs of media bring up an array of emotions phil black community nelia gear. After floyd's death sparked massive protests and civil unrest hill is with the worldwide outreach. Church for christ is located near the south minneapolis. Quarter were floyd was killed while we witness was a nine minute murder of a man in something aside to all of us broke and so you know trying to deal with that trauma over these last ten eleven months and then now having rehash reopen with the trial protest against police misconduct were held across the nation over the weekend in advance of the trial. Brock seder is with mass action against police brutality. Ninety nine point nine nine percent of the cases never even go to trial this hundreds of thousands of cases going back years that have never been prosecuted in many of these. Have you know. There's families represented these people who've passed to are still out here. Fighting demand justice. Mothers of children who died at the hands of police were among the speakers out. Saturday's boston protest a proposed amendment to pennsylvania state constitution that would create judicial districts for the election of appellate court. Judges won't be on the primary ballot in may but still could go to the voters this year. Hp thirty eight was put on hold after two republicans on the house. Judiciary committee voted against the measure. Supporters of the amendment claim it would increase regional diversity on the court by electing judges for more rural areas but opponents say it would undermine the separation of powers by politicizing judicial selection elizabeth randall with the aclu pennsylvania. Points out that judges don't have local constituents. The way other elected officials do it. We're going to have judges be elected. Then everybody should be able to weigh in on all of the people that sit on those courts because the ruling they make apply to all pennsylvania bill as it is currently written would need to pass both houses of the legislature by early september to be on the statewide ballot for the november election. I'm andrea sears. Reporting solar joe manchin democrat west. Virginia and longtime defender of the filibuster signaled he might nevertheless be open to filibuster reforms. Vox news reports. That could make it easier for democrats to advance their legislative agenda mansion. Told todd on meet the press. If you want to make filibustering a little bit more painful. Make them stand there and talk. I'm willing to take a look at anyway. We can't this is pm. Us states like iowa have lifted covid nineteen restrictions amid a gradual decline in case activity and promising news on vaccinations but new survey results say most older residents want businesses to keep safety in mind as they welcome back customers at a statewide survey from. Aarp iowa ninety five percent of respondents aged fifty and older said mask mandates make them feel somewhat or extremely safe brad anderson state director for aarp says he hopes the business community takes. That results very seriously masks are king in iowa in older islands do expect shopkeepers. restaurants in any anywhere indoor grocery stores to keep those mask mandates in place respondents also indicate strong support for other safety measures such as increasing outdoor dining rather than indoor the iowa department of public health says more than two hundred thousand iowans have now been fully vaccinated and case averages have declined as well as covert i. Mike mohan the wyoming game and fish department gearing up to put. Gps radio callers on about fifty mule deer in southwestern wyoming biologists hope the callers will provide new and robust data revealing deal gration activities including the risks to animals as herds encounter and cross interstate eighty and state highway one eighty nine bill rudd with the wyoming migration initiative says the study should give wildlife managers the tools they need to keep deer population strong and help make wyoming highway safer that helps us understand the risk that deer face as they crossed some of the highways in south west wyoming but also the risk that motorists face there are some twelve to fourteen thousand you into mule deer in southwest wyoming and parts of utah and in winter they travel in groups of between twenty to fifty dear. I'm eric gladys finally are nettie romblon tells us last year was the second wettest on record. For north carolina the north carolina coastal federations new plan shows new water-management technics like rain gardens and watershed restoration to absorb heavy rainfall and prevent dangerous flood conditions. Your own miller. An expert on flood preparedness with the pew charitable trusts says nature based solutions are both cost effective and practical and fast growing state like north carolina. These challenges are often compounded. By the fact that traditional development uses impervious surfaces like concrete and asphalt which prevents rain from soak into the soil. The american society of civil engineers include stormwater for the first time on its infrastructure report card. The nation received a d for stormwater management systems support for this reporting was provided by the pew charitable. This is mike clifford and thank you for starting your week with public news. Service member enlisted supported. Her great radio stations across the nation and online at public new service dot. Org you're struggling with your mortgage you think about it all the time. What are we gonna do if we lose the house. It's time to stop thinking and start dialing call one eight eight eight nine nine five hope for free government program that offers expert one on one advice about your mortgage options. We've helped over a million homeowners and we want to help you call one eight eight eight nine nine five hope or visit making home. Affordable dot gov brought to you by the us treasury hud and the ad council. Did you know that birthday parties. Help build confidence in kids. Yeah did you know that giving kids less sugar before bedtime helps them sleep better. Oh totally did you know that friendly kids have more friends. Everybody knows that. Hey guys did you know that. Most people think they're using the right car seat for their kid but they're not. I didn't know that parents who really know all know for sure that their child is in the right car seat at the right age and size visit safercar dot gov slash the right seat to make sure your child is protected brought to you by the national highway traffic safety administration and the ad council. Can you tell if these vegetables are being contaminated with bacteria that could cause paralysis. Listen can't see it either. Use different cutting boards so that the bacteria in raw meats and seafood and their juices doesn't touch prep services for other foods like veggies. Raw food may contain bacteria that can make you very sick or worse. Roughly three thousand americans will die from food poisoning this year. But you can keep your family safer check your steps at foodsafety dot gov brought to you by the usda hhs and the ad council dear. Smokey bear for teaching us how to prevent wildfires. For seventy years. Outdoor lovers would like to say something happy seventieth big eye. Let's bring it in for a bear hug. Come for safety tips. Visit smokybear dot com brought to you by the us forest service your state forester and the ad council. Join me as i prepare. A collection of cherished family recipes passed to generation watch recipes for disaster at foodsafety dot gov. You'll learn the right steps as maria. Does everything wrong brought to you by the usda hhs and the council. Here's a look at weather from the hop lands. Newsfeed weather center monday sunny with a high near sixty six south west wind up to fifteen miles per hour monday nights increasing cloud cover with like wind. Low around forty. Four tuesday mostly cloudy gradually becoming sunny high. Sixty six moderate wind gusts up to twenty five miles around. That's the latest weather chicago. More news and weather on our website at hotlines newsfeed.

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"eric gladys" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

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08:11 min | 1 year ago

"eric gladys" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

"Is about specialization. I mean you're not wrong. In that way nobody but that said. I don't think that it's it's wrong to encourage someone to learn the basic activism skill of pointing a video camera. Something if you're gonna go somewhere you're alone or something and that's what she's doing she's going alone in and this is a bad idea. Plan to own is in bad company. No doubt about it. And i know that there are activists in nashua. I just don't know where they are. I know how she could get in touch with them. I don't know what they did. They think they have meet up. Maybe we should make doesn't lend their frank. he lives in manchester. Let's off there. Let's shut down free. Keenan start free new hampshire and start as no reason to shutdown freaking. I'm sorry let's not and shutdown expanded. Its purview to enclo- hampshire. But every time i've added someone from some other area they've never performed. They've never With with the exception of lear at work. It's not my problem if you've got something to do if you're interested in reporting on a thing i've brought people into free keen from manchester and elsewhere and they right like one blog and then that's it they're done so i love your idea. Nobody but no one has done this successfully as of yet nobody invalid there used to be a free grafting blog that got shut down because the guy that ran it left town and that's really been only other attempt and that free concord with guarantee and he did it too and then he moved to king. That's that's why. I say that we've got to. We've got to professionalize the movement somewhat. We've gotta get just like every other nonprofit organization or movement we've got to have donations coming in and we've got to be paying the people on the ground because you can't spend your whole life. Doing something and not getting paid and doing doing activism is not conducive to your day job. Whatever your day job is and like to say that the camera. If she had a camera on while she was doing this it could have been kind of like the weapon that kept her from getting kicked out. The absolutely should have camera. She's going to do the does she have a phone like she could use your phone. That's what i'm suggest for one one. You don't have to do crazy. You know expensive video camera. Almost everybody has a phone and almost every phone has a camera. You know so you can do this. You just have to put it into into play. And it's hard to do it to have to be doing all the roles. It's much easier if you've got a cameraman with i agree with you. I agree with you. that's why i do that for you and you do that for me some. Yeah and that's why it helps to be around a group of activists and ask for help. If you're not willing to ask for help then you better learn how to do it yourself because otherwise you're gonna get pushed around. There's more coming up here hour three next look. 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You're listening to the heartland newsfeed radio network broadcasting live twenty percents newsbeat. This stream is supported by advertisers and contributions by on facebook twitter and instagram serve. The public service still newscast aboard the eleven. Twenty twenty one. I might differ health. Experts are pressing colorado's governor jared polis to distribute kobe vaccines to denver's homeless population. Who have no other option. But to in large group settings danika lee is deputy director of denver's kobe response team. She says the risk of exposure for staff and clients at shelters is extremely high and people experiencing homelessness are at much greater risk of sickness and death. We know that we have disproportionate rates of african americans and next people including people as well with commodities and so able to reach this group of people is a priority for the city and county of denver because people without homes cannot self isolate and travel across the city for services leary's outbreaks. It's shelters could quickly spread in overwhelm. Local hospitals police told reporters this week. That people sixty five and older experiencing homelessness can receive vaccines but said shots in younger arms would cost lives. I'm eric gladys advocates say getting also to residents and staff vaccinated at the same time would be more efficient and require fewer trips now. These bullet points from cnbc regarding data to of trump impeachment trial to house impeachment managers arguing that for president. Donald trump sided insurrection against the government used graphic video and audio of the january six. Us capitol riot to recreate the events. Security footage shows former vice president. Mike pence senate majority leader. Chuck schumer and senator mitt romney of utah among others rushing away from the mob. He prosecutors from the house or making arguments to jurors who lived through the very attack and the fight against food apartheid of california to boost this at the los angeles. County board of supervisors voted to create food justice roundtable to explore ways to reduce hunger and make healthy food more accessible one program doing just that is called market match which gives people who qualify for food assistance programs such as cow fresh pandemic or wick an extra ten dollars to spend at farmers markets by velazquez. Dns worse with sustainable economic enterprises known as l. a. which runs multiple farmers markets. She says poverty worsened by the pandemic has driven a lot more customers to use market match. There have been line of people wrapped around the block at some market. 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Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

08:22 min | 1 year ago

"eric gladys" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

"And instagram's the new service dila newscasts aboard the eleven thousand eight hundred twenty one mic differ. Health experts are pressing. Colorado's governor jared polis to distributed kobe vaccines to denver's homeless population. Who have no other option. But to shelter in large group settings. Danika lee is deputy director of denver's kobe response team. She says the risk of exposure for staff and clients at shelters is extremely high and people experiencing homelessness are at much greater risk of sickness and death. We know that we have disproportionate rates of african americans and latin x people including people as well with come abilities and so being able to reach. This group of people is a priority for the city and county of denver because people without homes cannot self isolate and travel across the city for services leary's worries outbreaks. It's shelters could quickly spread and overwhelm. Local hospitals police told reporters this week. That people sixty five and older experiencing homelessness can receive vaccines but said shots in younger arms would cost lives. I'm eric gladys advocates say getting all shelter residents and staff vaccinated at the same time would be more efficient and require fewer trips now. These bullet points from cnbc regarding day. Two of trump impeachment trial to house impeachment managers arguing that for president. Donald trump excited insurrection against the government used graphic video and audio of the january six. Us capitol riot to recreate the events. Security footage shows former vice president. Mike pence senate majority leader. Chuck schumer and senator mitt romney of utah among others rushing away from the mob. He prosecutors from the house or making arguments to jurors who lived through the very attack and the fight against food apartheid in california to boost this week. At the los angeles county board of supervisors voted to create a food justice roundtable to explore ways to reduce hunger and make healthy food more accessible one program doing just that is called market match which gives people who qualify for food assistance programs such as cal. Fresh pandemic e-bt or wick an extra ten dollars to spend at farmers markets by letty of alaska's dns worse with sustainable economic enterprises known as c. La which runs multiple farmers markets. She says poverty worsened by the pandemic has driven a lot more customers to use market match. There have been line of people wrapped around the block at some markets to get the incentive whereas before it used to be just like a free steady flow of traffic. I'm suzanne potter. According to the la food policy council low income communities of color have two to three times fewer options for healthy food compared to more affluent areas this is pms indiana's vaccine rollout rapidly evolving and advocacy. Groups are working to make sure people want the vaccine know how to get it. Indiana is following the cdc's guidance for vaccine distribution by vaccinating residents tiered priority groups. Addison pollack with aarp. Indiana says that now includes health care providers frontline essential workers and people aged sixty five plus. We're lucky because some of our most vulnerable members of our society are getting the vaccine first. Aarp indiana volunteer marla. Pollock kramer is on a small team. That's calling older adults to make sure they have the information. They need about the vaccine. Some people are not comfortable with it and that's fine. We're not here to push them. Overwhelming majority are really eager to get the vaccine appointments. Local health departments can be made by calling two one one or online at corona virus dot dot g-o-v e. mary sherman reporting meantime eric. Tate off explains montana's will have another chance to find low cost health insurance as starts monday through executive order. President joe biden has reopened enrollment in the affordable care act marketplace. Jeremy smith is the program director for montana navigator a nonprofit that assists in healthcare enrollment says people who have been laid off likely have lost their employees based healthcare as well a lot of the people that have lost their jobs. They may have never have had to shop for health insurance before they may not be very familiar about. Healthcare dot gov were the health insurance plans on the marketplace so they may have missed the first open enrollment period. Smith says last year about four and five applicants qualified for financial help and more than three and five got a plan for less than fifty dollars per month. Finally diane bernard tells us while for president. Trump's impeachment trial is demonstrating deep divisions in the nation. A new documentary released today presents. A powerful look and for americans attempting to bridge political and racial divide is executive produced by tv news pundits van jones and meghan mccain the re united states profile. Susan bro mother of heather higher. Who was murdered by a white supremacist. At a twenty seventeen charlottesville rally at a commemoration for heather's death bro tells a crowd it wasn't until a white woman was killed before white. Americans recognize racist. Violence is a major problem that needs to be healed. So many mothers lose their children every day and we have to fix that. I don't want other mothers to be in my spot. I don't want this. The public is invited to join jones mccain for an online red and blue carpet premieres tonight go to re united states dot tv slash premier. This is by clifford for public. Do service member and listener supported. Heard on some of the nation's most interesting radio stations and online at public new servants dot. Org a look at weather from the hop lands news feed weather center today. Cloudy windy and cold with a thirty percent. Chance of snow. Pioneer twenty two tonight mostly cloudy with like wind. Low around ten. There will be partly sunny skies on your friday with continuing cold pioneer eighteen. That's the latest weather checkout more news and weather on our website at heartland newsfeed. Dotcom project veritas. Have you ever heard of project veritas. Yes they rock. What i will veritas means. Truth in latin i believe fullness or maybe truthfulness okay but they have They're more conservative than than libertarian-leaning spend some time attacking like planned parenthood and all that but But they do some they do some good stuff. They send in Under undercover reporters into organizations like see like present different scenarios. and just publicized. How the crew reacts to it begley. They've really stirred up of controversy because of this undercover cameras stuff. I mean it's great. Great work any time. You can get bureaucrats for instance to behave how they would normally behave because they don't see the cameras so that's where they see you as an employee so they don't see you at all. Yeah so you know you put these people in a position where they are treating you as they would normally shoot because when you bring a video camera openly they behave differently of course like a cop is not going to act the same way if he sees you carrying a camera as he will if you're not right so unfortunately once in a while they tell the truth off camera and it's so fascinating that that mask fall away for a moment so now the guy who's behind project veritas has been suspended and as has project veritas permanently suspended from the twitter platform as of today to come out over to social that freetalklive dot com guys because We'd love to have you and.

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Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

07:27 min | 1 year ago

"eric gladys" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

"Electrify off road equipment. Just president joe biden announced plans to replace the government's fleet with electric vehicles wyoming lawmakers considering a proposal that would require a governor's order before any of the state's winter. Ill feedlots can be phased out. Jonathan radnor with the western watersheds project says the move ignores and warns it would make it much more difficult to address. The potential for permanent chronic wasting disease contamination across western wyoming. They're making it much harder to solve this problem by something. In the current status quo which was developed approximately one hundred years ago prior to any understanding of disease transmission issues or wildlife management ethics conservationist. Sworn that feedlots where large numbers of gathering. Close quarters are potential super spreading events for the disease livestock producers and outfitters have defended winter lots to keep elk away from cattle feed and maintain large herd numbers. I'm eric gladys and finally are tate. Off has been talking with an idaho congressman who may have taken the first step tangling the tricky dot of dams in the northwest and their effects on salmon representative mike simpson has laid out a thirty three billion dollar columbia basin fund while it includes breaching the four lower snake river dams. It also addresses replacing their benefits such as energy and irrigation for local agriculture. Brian brooks heads. The idaho wildlife federation. He says it's critical. Lifeline for the region's endangered salmon and steelhead finally. Finally someone giving attention to this issue because it is such a big problem and it's going to require a big solution. Simpson is giving it. The attention it serves simpson has been working on the plan for three years and has held three hundred meetings with stakeholders over that time. More than a dozen fish species have become endangered since the dams were constructed. This is by clifford. Four public news service. We are member listener. Supported radio stations across the nation and a line at public new service dot. Org here's a look at weather from the hotline news. Feed weather center today. Mostly cloudy and cold with a high temp nia. Nineteen tonight a slight chance of snow after midnight. Later turning into freezing rain low around sixteen. There is a chance of snow before eleven am wednesday. Later turning to snow sleet mix high near twenty one. That's the latest weather checkout more news and weather on our website at heartland newsfeed dot com. It's one six zero again. Six three two eight three six one six. Oh in the studio tonight me your host. The reverend canton kick ass and joining me. It's and nobody. We've been talking about this article from health line tom. That is highlighting non consensual internal exams of medical patients. Who have not consented to such. These are apparently according to this article routinely done to patients who are put under anesthesia even when the procedure is not necessary for these particular patients. A tell you what. I'd bet a lot of time taking people to hospitals taking my wife to hospitals when she was dying of cancer. And if if you're going to a hospital or someone you love is going to a hospital. I there should be at least two people there. I mean you and the patient else and the patient right. And i guarantee if someone goes to the hospital with me and i go out for a snickers bar and come back. And they're doing that. There's going to be a bloody asked. Dr on the floor wishing that he hadn't done what he just did. I guarantee yeah and there should be this. This practice is absurd to say the least. Yeah and the problem. Apparently is widespread two thirds of medical students in oklahoma intended. Even say that forget go on another context entered the building and yeah i see where it was. That was the sentence. The problem said they did just shouldn't have been fair to say The article continues. Two thirds of medical students. In oklahoma reported being asked asked to perform pelvic exams on patients who hadn't consented ninety percent of medical students surveyed in philadelphia performed the same exam on an s patients. Who thank you like your tongue now without knowing. How many had actually consented so. These students had no idea whether these patients consented it or not and their and their instructor like yeah go ahead. do it do the thing. Well if you're human. You're supposed to ask these things. Well this reminds me of verse in consented to this reminds me of the milgram experiments right. Yeah like they got a guy in a lab coat and they. Oh the love coach said. Oh she'll do it. he's an authority. I'll just go ahead and do it. Yeah the article continues recently. Several medical students around the country reported to the associated. Press that they too had conducted pelvic exams on unconscious patients and didn't know if any of them had actually given consent many in the medical community scoff at the idea that this is unethical or could be considered assault since this has been standard practice for years now so if you do it all the time it's okay you just because it's routine does not make it ethical and there's also a communist in your eye all the time you still like it right all. Its routine eight in the patients. I yeah standard operating procedure. There's also a common view in hospitals that if a patient already consented to surgery and since surgery in and of itself is invasive then an additional consent for a pelvic exam isn't needed right. I because you know five consented to you. Yeah no cleaning my ear out. Obviously that's all of my orifice except it's kind of not if you take your car to the mechanic and they go. You need a new alternator replaced and and you go. Okay go ahead. Replace the alternator Does that mean that they're also going to replace your muffler. Yeah yeah we broke your brakes taking them apart. You're gonna have to replace some of the well. Why did you take my breaks or bart. I never told you to do that. Consenting to a medically necessary surgery however it doesn't mean a patient consent to a stranger entering the room afterward and inserting their fingers into the vagina. It's true i i mean. I can't believe that not obvious. I'm sorry i still your thought you did. But your words there.

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05:47 min | 1 year ago

"eric gladys" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

"Loss of income. During the pandemic fifty one percent of colorado's of color have lost income since the beginning of the pandemic compared with thirty five percent of white colorado's hagar says additional federal assistance will be needed to meet the scale of the crisis but some members of congress have opposed passing additional. Relief package is citing concerns about rising national debt and uncertainty. That money will go to those most in need. I'm eric gladys that same poll found that hugger is now a top concern for almost one in four. Colorado households help is available online at o. Food finder dot. Org cnn reports. President biden is open to some negotiations on this one point nine trillion dollar covid nineteen relief package but not the six. Hundred billion dollar counterproposal announced by some republican senators. The white house is reported to be specifically open to considering scaling down checks for families making more than one hundred fifty thousand dollars per year but the administration is not considering cutting off months of unemployment insurance access or money going to schools at home caregivers for people with disabilities and older folks washington state a whole do the line at budget talks with the state we get more from eric titles individual provider members of. Sei you seven. Seven five are negotiating their contract for the next two years. They don't want to be swept up in potential budget cuts during the pandemic caregiver. Dora pokey says state contracts workers for certain hours but they often provide care around the clock. Especially they're helping out a family member limited with the hours do contract you for and sometimes the second job. You're not able to work out of the house because these clients that we take care of. They require that hands on. Lawmakers have pushed back because of the unusual budget year during the covid nineteen pandemic. The state is looking at three point. Three billion dollar shortfall through twenty twenty three according to a forecast from last year the workers contract expires at the end of june. This is a key advocacy group for asian americans. Have minnesota hopes a country is turning the corner on reducing hateful rhetoric towards community members but it says emerging plans need more detail and that diversity and government still is a big concern last week. President joe biden signed a memorandum condemning and combating racism and xenophobia against asian americans and pacific. Islanders the move directs the justice department to enhance efforts on data collection and reporting of hate crimes and harassment nick core of minnesota's coalition of asian american leaders authorities need to do a thorough breakdown when taking a closer look at the numbers because the american experiences so wide and diverse company. Everyone together within asian american sort of like check boxes can be misleading at times. Before they're encouraged to see biden condemn rhetoric such as china virus that former president. Donald trump used to describe covid nineteen. I might mohan meantime. Many teachers in illinois are joining a national campaign. This week called black lives matter at school to raise awareness about structural racism in the us. It's often not included in the standard curriculum. They're advancing agenda for schools from including more black and ethnic studies in the curriculum to hiring more black teachers. They also want to end. Zero tolerance disciplined policies and fund more and social workers rather than school. Police officers dr mo niekro smith is with the illinois federation of teachers curing race and racism. Lesson plans in black history history month ideas not just during this week not just during this month but year round and not just in schools that served black students or the first students of color. We need to ensure that curricula is really a mirror and a window. Research shows black students who have at least one black teacher early in life in kindergarten through third grade are more likely to graduate from high school and attend college for public news service. I'm willie bulky. Finally mary sherman tells us they. State of the art tool is helping researchers indiana a small device known as a super gauge gathers data around the clock on water quality and the wabash river in new harmony. Knox county farmer ray. Mccormick explains the wabash as a primary source of nitrogen and phosphorus flowing into the mississippi river and onto the gulf of mexico. Wabash is the biggest contributor as a percentage per acre to the golf hypoc is on the wall bash rivers very pristine and it's quite the asset for our state but the watershed that goes into the wall. Bash has been highly degraded river super gauge. Which cost several thousand dollars was installed with funding from the nature conservancy along with public and private partners. This is mike clifford. Thanks for starting your week with public news. Service member enlisted supported or not great.

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Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

08:20 min | 1 year ago

"eric gladys" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

"President joe biden signed executive this week ending the federal use of private prisons. But are eric off reports. The order does not extend to privately run immigration facilities including the northwest. Ice processing center in tacoma washington formerly known as the northwest detention center. The facility is run by geo group and is one of the largest in the country. Meru more of pondo is a community organizer with the group stem zia which has long called for the center shutdown she sees biden's order as misleading knock solution to they the attention enterprise the has been built and now we have to push kim and he sometimes many stretch to start facing out private detention and ultimately close all detention centers. The president's executive order is a continuation of an obama era policy. It directs the justice department not to renew contracts with private prisons more than fourteen thousand. People are housed in these facilities as of one year ago eighty-one percent of people detained in ice custody were held in privately owned facilities according to the aclu washington state. Lawmakers are considering a house. Bill ten ninety which would ban private for profit detention facilities of their states including new mexico maryland or also working on banning private prisons marketwatch reports ameritrade has restricted access to game stock. Amc and other securities as retail traders. Continue to send the markets for a loop fox business answer market did give the retailer stock. A bit of a slap in the face after hours trading ended with the stock falling nine percent. The dow jones down six hundred points wednesday for its worst bay since october of twenty eighth. Not dakota families facing hardships could see some relief from state lawmakers with a bill that calls on the state to cover school meal expenses for all students over the next two years this week. The house education committee heard testimony and the bell house bill. Fourteen thirteen with set aside more than eighty million dollars and legacy funds to ensure each public. School student has access to free breakfast and lunches through the school year. Supporters say it's a response to increasing need but also to help end lunch. Chaim for lower income kids. Chrysanthemum peterson apparent and paraprofessional at man. Dan highschool believe more families. Need this help. And one might think i have seen families who don't qualify for free lunch struggle to pay for lunch and sometimes the kids don't eat even middle class. Families can struggle at times to pay orleans. The bill's sponsor says despite enhanced federal lunch aid during the crisis. The state can offer a cushion for families as the pandemic subsides. I'm mike moen. This is p. m. s now producers. File a pair of reports to follow up on positive. Biden's package of executive orders this week designed to fight climate change curb pollution as well as addressing environmental justice. We begin with mark richardson. The directives establish a new federal office of climate change and a national climate task force to work on global warming renewable energy in public health. Dr scott williams director of the healthy environmental alliance of utah believes any plan to cover. These issues must also focused on bringing benefits to all utahns. The health effects of the vernon pollution has been visited primarily on disadvantage populations for people people's color dishes people and that's true in utah. I think it's really important that as we solve this. We need to make sure. The solutions are across all populations. The administration is directing forty percent of clean energy investments toward under served and marginalized communities the colorado chapter of green latinos welcomes the trove of executive order signed by president. Joe biden this week. Ian to foia with the group says colorado in rural areas small towns and cities understand something more needs to be done to address more powerful frequent wildfires prolonged drought and other impacts of a warming planet. And they're concerned that the climate crisis. I hear loss from them about wanting to be part of this coming in green revolution. And i think there's a huge opportunity here laid out for all of us. In colorado urban and rural to benefit biden sweeping orders include investments in communities affected by pollution and other measures aimed at building a net zero emission economy by twenty fifty oil industry group. See the moratorium on new oil and gas leases on public lands as an attempt to delay drilling until it's no longer viable which they claim will cost jobs others say even more needs to be done and faster to avoid the worst impacts of climate change and sees on economic opportunities of clean energy transition. I'm eric gladys finally some kentucky lawmakers are proposing a statewide voucher program based on tax credits. So families can send their kids to private schools. But there's more to the story. Here's nadia ramleh. Gone house bill. One forty nine donors like major corporations a special interest tax break for giving money to privately controlled organizations that use the funds to pay kids private school. Tuition critics say that would drain twenty five million dollars from the state budget in. Its first year alone. They at county public schools teacher. Jenny bolander says she understands why. Some families choose private schools but thinks public tax. Money shouldn't be used to pay for them. We've had textbooks cut for the past two years. We've had no professional development funds. I think title one got reduced. It's just a lot of the funding gap between students in wealthy and poor districts in the commonwealth is now almost three thousand dollars per student. This is by clifford for public news. Service member listener supported radio stations all across the nation and online at public news service dot. Org here's a look at weather from the heartland news weather center now is likely today with a sixty percent chance accumulation of less than one inch high near thirty tonight. Cloudy transitioning to clear conditions overnight heading into thursday low around sixteen. There will be sunny skies in store for thursday with like with high near thirty one. That's the latest weather. Chacao more news and weather on our website to top lands news dot com super bowl. So check it out you'll find it on the homepage. Sports byline dot com and speaking of the nfl. The detroit lions have had no shortage of suitors when it comes to teams enquiring about trading for quarterback matthew stafford about one third of the league has reached out to the lions to discuss a possible trade involving the veteran quarterback. The lions will likely receive at least one future first round pick in exchange for stafford and after twelve seasons together. Stafford and the lions have mutually agreed to part ways via trade. Lions coach. dan campbell in general manager matt holmes. Who were both hired earlier this month. New prior to there being higher that the lions were planning to trade stafford who still has two years remaining on his current contract and the lions have fallen on hard times over the past three seasons during that span detroit posted a fourteen thirty three and one record and the lions lack of success led them to firing coach matt patricia and five games with five games remaining on the twenty twenty regular schedule. So we'll keep an eye on that situation we're going to be talking with claudio reyna injustice second considered one of the greatest soccer players in. Us history. He's now the sporting director for the mls expansion austin fc and we'll build and oversea the team soccer operations austin fc joined major league soccer as the twenty seventh club. In the city of austin's first major league team and then larry merchant will be here longtime commentator for hbo's sports presentations of hbo world championship. Boxing boxing after dark and hbo pay per view telecast. He's been called the greatest television boxing analyst of all time. And then we'll talk some basketball with kenyon. Martin power forward who played fifteen years in the nba after playing college ball at cincinnati and he was the first overall pick in the two thousand draft by the nets. We've got you on america's sports talk show.

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08:17 min | 1 year ago

"eric gladys" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

"I am michael jackson see. I called ago. You talk with god throughout your life. You heard this voice that you recognized as god telling you. Do you believe magic inviting you to look out the window. Where you then saw michael jackson coming down from a rainbow ray of light coming from the sky. So what happened. Then did he invite you to his playland or whatever it is. He has nine months later. The virgin birth happened again. We're happy that night He he could resurrect in vitamin e. Gold jackson's baby i'm out. I'll have listened the free talk live seven nights weeks six to nine. Pm central time on the heartland newsfeed radio network and heartland newspaper dot com aloe. Kubo what have you got planned for today. This way adventure can be found anywhere but the best place to start is in the forested most powerful magic theories outside to discovering credible animals slough and beautiful platz that come together to create an unforgettable adventure so grabbed your loved ones and explore a world of possibilities visit discovertheforest dot org to find the closest forest park to you brought to you. President joe biden signed an executive order this week ending the federal use of private prisons. But are eric taken off reports. The order does not extend to privately run immigration facilities including the northwest. Ice processing center in tacoma washington formerly known as the northwest detention center. The facility is run within our are housed in these facilities as of one year ago. Eighty one percent of people detained in ice custody were held in privately owned facilities according to the aclu washington state. Lawmakers are considering a house. Fill ten ninety which would ban private for profit detention facilities of their states including new mexico and maryland or also working on banning private prisons marketwatch reports ameritrade has restricted access to game stock. Amc and other securities as retail traders. Continue to send the market for a loop fox business market did give the retailer stock a bit of us. Verna pollution has been visited primarily on disadvantaged populations for people of color edition. As i said. I hear loss from them about wanting to be part of this coming green revolution and i think there's a huge opportunity here laid out for all of us in colorado urban and rural to benefit sweeping orders include investments in communities affected by pollution and other measures aimed at building a net zero emission economy by twenty fifty oil industry group. See the moratorium on new oil and gas leases on public lands as an attempt to delay drilling until it's no longer viable which they claim will cost jobs others say even more needs to be done and faster to avoid the worst impacts of climate change and sees on economic opportunities of clean energy transition. I'm eric gladys finally some kentucky lawmakers are proposing a statewide voucher program based on tax credits. So families can send their kids to private schools. But there's more to the story. Here's nadia ramleh. Gone house bill. One forty nine Donors like major corporations a special interest tax break for giving money to privately controlled organizations that use the funds to pay kids private school tuition. Critics say that would drain twenty five million dollars from the state budget in. Its first year alone. Fayette county public schools teacher. Jenny bolander says she understands why. Some families choose private schools but thanks public tax. Money shouldn't be used to pay for them. We've had textbooks cut for the past two years. We've had no professional development funds. I think title one got reduced. It's just a lot of the funding gap between students in wealthy and poor districts in the commonwealth is now almost three thousand dollars per student. This is by clifford. Four newsfeed dot com wall street. Bats read it someone claiming now whether this is true or not. I don't know it's just a post on the internet but it's interesting. It says that. Google just deleted over a hundred thousand negative reviews of the hood app and get to that on the way here becomes the fiftieth st. Nay can have our spot yeah. That's that's definitely where i wanted to come from on it twelve. We certainly seen people talking about secession here in new hampshire and texas and california and elsewhere so it would be nice. If they didn't have to change the flag they could just let one st go. And then you know. Dc can be a state at that way out But i've got some other related stories here to to money. This would have been sitting on for a couple of weeks. I think it's interesting. We're we're we're going to leave. The united states here for a moment and go down to to argentina Down in south. America where the us dollar has long been the most one in foreign currency according to coin desk dot com these days. People can't stop talking about. Di do you guys know what di is no d. I've held a couple of times team. So what it is. Is it as a stable coin that is based on the the us dollar value. It is but it is not a dollar backed dollar stable coins. So what makes die interesting. And i'm not going to do a good job of explaining because there's some intricacies that i can't really explain but basically die is backed is backed by crypto currency deposits. That are sort of over deposited. So when you. I think it's like when they're minting new died they require. I spend a lot of time in the backyard. 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"eric gladys" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

"Fifteen dollars per hour. State representative bridget kelly. A democrat from cincinnati is asking colleagues to cosponsor bill modeled after a recently passed ballot initiative in florida. The measure calls for the current wage of eight dollars. Eighty cents an hour to be raised to ten dollars in twenty twenty two. It would then increase every year until hitting fifteen dollars and twenty twenty seven. Kelly says too many working ohioans can't make ends meet including some fulltime workers. We can't continue to bury our heads in the sand. We need to be modernizing our minimum wage creating a pathway for people and families to be able to take care of themselves and to be able to meaningfully participate in our economy to democratic state senators seasonal thomas of cincinnati. Hersal crank of colon are introducing a companion bill in the senate. Meanwhile president joe biden wants to more than double the current federal minimum wage to fifteen dollars an hour. It's been stuck at seven twenty five since two thousand nine. Mary sherman reporting. This story was produced in association with media and the public interest in funded in part by the george foundation. Does is pms. Coloradans lost jobs or income during the coronavirus pandemic may qualify for the federal earned income tax credit or iae tc when they filed their taxes kelly wagner with the group. Get ahead colorado says. It's an opportunity to get as much as sixty six hundred dollars into the pockets of struggling families. Earning fifty seven thousand dollars a year or less even before the health emergency one in four eligible families in colorado missed out on getting the federal cash. Back refund we wanna make sure that families especially during these hard economic times as a result of the pandemic that they're getting much cashback as do them and they can do that aside filing their taxes for free and claiming income tax credit child tax credit colorado matches ten percent of your total federal. It refund and a new state law extends that match to workers with individual taxpayer identification numbers. I'm eric gladys and new hampshire resonance older than sixty five and those with two or more underlying health conditions now are eligible to receive the covid nineteen vaccine it also includes caregivers of children with underlying conditions residents and staff at facilities for people with developmental or intellectual disabilities and corrections workers and staff. Nearly two hundred thousand people have registered to get the vaccine since friday. The first day people in one be were eligible to do so and sixty percent have scheduled appointments according to scott schueller the covid nineteen response. Commander for the seacoast and strafford county health network. Right now we have about seventeen thousand five hundred doses coming into the state a week And we have about three hundred thousand people who fit in the one. B category or fades for vaccine distribution shuler says the state recommends registering for an appointment at vaccines dot. Net dot gov but someone doesn't have access to a computer or is uncomfortable registering that way. They can call two one for assistance. I'm lily bulky. Vilely our eric. Ticket off tells us a treasure valley program is helping young women from refugee communities in the workforce and hopefully narrowing idaho's gender. Pay gap the starling project. From economic opportunity by janice pairs mentors with college women ages eighteen to twenty five. Who arrive in idaho as refugees. Senior project manager. Racial accidents says one of their most impactful programs is wage negotiation workshops. She knows that salary. Negotiations are cited as a major reason. Why the gender wage gap persists when winter in fact indo sheet earlier and negotiate better earlier and they get those higher wages it impacts in positive way say the rest of their career unfortunately covert nineteen likable exacerbate inequalities for women women have left the workforce greater numbers of men since the pandemic began this is by clifford public news service member listener supported heard on great radio stations across the nation and online at public news service dot. Org here is a look at weather from the off. Lands newsfeed weather center today. Expect rain freezing. Rain and sleet with an occasional snow. Mix sleet will be heavy at times high near thirty six tonight. A forty percent chance of rain before eight p. m. later becoming mostly cloudy low around thirty two mostly cloudy skies on tuesday with like wind from the northwest high thirty six. That's the latest weather. Check out more news and weather on our website to top lands. Newsfeed dot com eight one. Because i know we talked pelicans spurs this afternoon on coast to coast. Both teams had some cova issues. That game gets whacked lakers now five ninety six ninety one nuggets mavs eighty to seventy one. Denver leads dallas and at the half the celtics who destroyed the cavs last night. We talked about that before. A sixty two fifty lead over the bull so a good monday night in the nba. We have college hoops as well. Texas tech in virginia tech going on west virginia going on right now. Virginia absolutely smoked syracuse. Tonight mafioso we've got some of that to look at as well yes on the way. Obviously gotta get into all the people that forget about this sport until the nfl is over. What was that time of the year now. And it's you know. Heating up usually. It's one of the best getting the best. You know now not exactly to that point because of all the things that have been crazy with covert now the games matter more especially for some of these teams that have struggled early. Honor had games cancelled. And you know you probably not gonna get those made up. So it's becoming a lot more feisty and a lot more i think necessary to win every game you can in february than has a previous years. This is the time when you need to start locking in on college basketball wants to the nfl ends and you need to start looking at these teams starting to decide. Who are you going to back when we get to march now is when you open the door and you start to do that. Ferrall on the bench of monday night. Mike kaga brian siano. We are with you for the next. Two hours will get things with the nfl and championship. Sunday in the books carver. High and mafia. 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"eric gladys" Discussed on KZSC 88.1 FM Santa Cruz

"Country and the world. And it poses an existential threat. It will be a focus of President elect Biden in this entire administration. The hearing on Yellen's nomination was one of five confirmation hearings the Senate scheduled for the eve of the inauguration. Capital watches. Consider Yellen's confirmation process likely to move forward rather easily. Ah, full Senate vote on her nomination could come as soon as Thursday reporting for Pacifica Radio News KPFK I'm Christopher Martinez and his confirmation hearing President elect Joe Biden's nominee to lead the Department of Homeland Security. Called the pro trump mob attack on the U. S. Capitol. Horrifying Alejandro May or Kiss said authorities still have much to learn about what happened that day and what led to the insurrection. If I should have the honor of being confirmed, I will do everything I can To ensure that the tragic loss of life the assault on law enforcement the desecration of the building that stands as one of the three pillars of our democracy. A terror that you felt your colleagues, staff and everyone present will not happen again. If confirmed, the former federal prosecutor and senior homeland security official under President Barack Obama would be the first Latino and first immigrant to lead the Department of Homeland Security. Senate committees also held hearings today on national intelligence director nominee April Haynes, Secretary of State nominee Anthony Blinken and Defense secretary nominee Lloyd Austin. Senate remains under Republican control until three new Democratic senators are sworn into office. They are California's Alex Padilla is replacing Vice President elect Camel Harris and two Democrats from Georgia. Raphael Warnock and John US off Republican Senate Majority leader Mitch McConnell and incoming Democratic Senate leader Chuck Schumer have been negotiating how to share power in the evenly divided Senate, According to media reports. Senate committees will have an equal number of Democrats and Republicans, although the committee chairs will be Democrats and Legislation will advance to the Senate floor, even on a tie vote in committee. You're listening to the evening news on KPFK in Berkeley, Kpfk Los Angeles. KFC it Fresno Online K P F a dot or This is an hour long newscast. There's each night at six. There's half hour edition on the weekends, all our newscast. Are archived online at kpfk dot org's They're also available as podcasts. I'm mark Miracle. A federal appeals court has thrown out a rule that was one of the Trump administration's most momentous climate rollbacks. U S Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia says the administration acted illegally under the Clean Air Act in easing federal regulation of pollution. From power plants. The rulings expected to give the incoming Biden administration a freer hand to regulate emissions from power plants, one of the major sources of climate damaging fossil fuel emissions. The decision came in a court challenge by environmental groups. Some state governments And others, The U. S. Supreme Court today took up a climate case that could affect the ability of cities and the Bay Area to sue oil companies for damages. Baltimore is seeking damages for the effects of climate change. Today's case was about Jurisdiction Baltimore once the lawsuit to be heard in state court, the oil companies prefer federal court where they feel they have a better chance of prevailing. The decision could determine the fate of similar lawsuits filed around the country, including by the cities of Oakland and San Francisco. San Francisco's city attorney, Dennis Herrera, said in a similar case last year that the city had brought its lawsuit in state court because that's where it belongs. Herrera said at the time that San Francisco and Oakland taxpayers are already incurring the costs of dealing with the damage that fossil fuel companies knowingly caused. It is time for these companies to pay their fair share, he said. They should not be able to stick taxpayers with the bill for the damage they knew they were causing, said San Francisco's city attorney. President elect Biden is considering canceling the permit for the Keystone XL Pipeline project as early as tomorrow day, one of his term, which could be good news for Native American communities. The Nebraska Living near crowded worker camps during the covert pandemic. Eric Gladys reports. Wesley for along with the Native American Rights Fund, says Indian country is at greater risk of illness and death from covert 19 due to a systemic lack of access to quality health care, which has led to higher incidences of heart disease, diabetes and obesity. Because there's been a surge generational black of adequate healthcare in Indian country, you have very vulnerable populations who have preexisting conditions you have The cold mobility's that make the virus especially deadly, if you catch it, he says. The Rosebud Sioux tribe on Nebraska's northern border has less than five respirators for its 15,000 residents and zero respiratory therapists. Petroleum Equipment and Services Association, told High Country News. It was initially concerned about testing, quarantining and other covert related safety measures for workers. But the group is now confident that most operators have gotten the hang of things for long, his skeptical, pointing to a lawsuit involving Trans Canada now called TC Energy, while the company had announced safety measures, including mask wearing and social distancing. When construction started, Furlong says those protocols went out the window. People were grouped together and not wearing masks. I think of industry was really doing what it could to keep their employees and the people of the communities that they're operating in safe. It wouldn't be bringing in hundreds or thousands of people to live in very close quarters. It's the exact opposite of what should be happening during a pandemic. TC Energy spokesperson responded by email saying that the safety of its crews and the public are core company values for long notes. One challenge protecting tribes from outbreaks. A transient work camps is that official covert case counts are recorded in a worker's home state, Not in the county where they're working. This is Eric Gladys reporting for the Nebraska News connection..

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Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

06:50 min | 2 years ago

"eric gladys" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

"Today is mlk. Day and folks in michigan are not letting the pandemic stop observances honoring the legacy of martin. Luther king junior elaine hardy with the martin luther king junior commission of in michigan says in the wake of global outrage against racism. Dr king's message of equality injustice is more important than ever. She knows that while king was a peaceful civil rights leader. He didn't sit quietly on the sidelines. Really was an agitator and he understood that he needed to remind america of the promise that she wants to all people but how that promise was deny for poor people and black people and he did so very forcefully and with some very plain language around the state annual events including performances lectures will be held virtually while others including volunteer. Projects will be socially distanced. Hardy says the commission's honored to be hosting king's daughter. Dr bernice king during its day celebration. Which will be broadcast on. W. i l. x. tv ten in lansing and on social media at seven pm mary sherman reporting in the spirit of martin luther king junior's messages of equality and justice indiana's legal community is offering free legal counsel today to those in need kelsey kotnik with the indiana state bar association. There's so many hoosiers who are needing help because of the pandemic has just made everything worse for so many people and the entire indian illegal system has kind of come together to make sure that hoosiers can get the legal help that they need. But there's such a demand. The indiana bar has hosted. Its talk to a lawyer today. Program for nearly twenty years. As an annual tribute to dr king meantime anne maryland justice project and his partners are urging the general assembly to override. Governor larry hogan's veto of a bill to revive what they say is a desperately needed pre. Release program tell women transitioning out of prison despite having more than eight hundred women in prison. The state has nine pre release units for men but none for women. According to monica cooper of the maryland justice project the state faces a budget shortfall because of covid nineteen but cooper says lawmakers recognize the urgency in helping women get jobs in housing after their release. She is confident. The override will pass and notes. The original bill was approved with a one hundred two four to twenty seven vote. We already won this fight. We don't have to redo this battle. The only thing we have to do is get those people to say yes again. They said yes before and we need them to say yes again. And that's it's cooper sensor group spearheaded the gender responsive pre-release act in two thousand. Sixteen governor hogan cited covid nineteen budget constraints when he vetoed the bill in may. The general assembly is expected to vote on an override. This week. i'm diane bernard this is p. Ns the nevada coalition against the death penalty is urging state lawmakers there to use their twenty twenty one session to end state level executions and members of the. Us house say saito act to end the federal death penalty after three federal executions last week. All in indiana of lisa montgomery cory johnson and dustin hicks nevada's still allows capital punishment but hasn't carried out executions since two thousand six father chuck toronto of saint thomas aquinas cathedral in reno calls the practice quote barbaric and says it waste government resources. He has rarely doesn't execution truly provide closure for a victim's family we stand opposed to the death penalty for many many reasons of dignity of human life being the most obvious primarily but the racial inequity the economic inequity geographic inequity in the weeks leading up to their executions cory johnson in dustin hague's both tested positive for covid nineteen and they weren't the only ones prisons across the country have been epicenters for the virus with incarcerated people unable to take many key safety precautions for public service. I'm really bulky nebraska. Lawmakers are considering a bill that aims to provide some relief for meat supply chains by allowing consumers to purchase smaller ownership shares of livestock and zony with the oakland meat processing plant says legislative bill. Three twenty four would help more nebraska's who have struggled to find meet at grocery stores during the coronavirus pandemic access food from trusted local sources. The people that aren't able to purchase a seven hundred dollar quarter being able to just get that piece of what they need whether it be the rose. A couple of steaks some hamburger. This is gonna get you to your local farmers freezer. Lv three twenty four is similar to steps taken by iowa. Kansas missouri oregon wyoming to increase local neat processor capacity. I'm eric gladys. finally mike. Mohan tells us minnesota struggling to meet emission reductions goals set worn a decade ago but the author of a new report issued today suggest a tool that could provide a boost. That should be getting more attention. The nature conservancies finding say practices such as expanding forests while protecting prairies and wetlands across minnesota would reduce carbon emissions by up to twenty six million metric tons year. The group saatchi graber says the very resources. They're trying to protect can do much of the work themselves. For example she cites tree-planting in rural areas. They breathe in carbon dioxide in breed out the opposite of people right as the tree grows but storing carbon in its trunk. The author said another key. Theme is more climate-friendly practices in agriculture to reduce harmful runoff in store carbon in the ground. This is mike clifford and thank you for starting your week. We public service. We are member and lister supported and online at public news service dot. Org from the hotline newsfeed weather center today mostly cloudy skies with a forty percent chance of snow in the afternoon high in That east low forties tonight mostly cloudy skies with a fifty percent chance of snow accumulation around an inch. Bill around twenty five. They will be partly sunny skies on tuesday becoming mostly cloudy in the afternoon high in the low thirties. That's the latest weather checkouts more news and weather on our website at heart and newsfeed. Donald trump sound sportstalk blood. This is my turn is my usual time slot once again rick tuttle. We call titillating sports. Get it got good. I am the pomace one so come on in. And let's talk some sports here on a monday morning in san francisco. California were dominik. Commended says he's on the other side of where i'm sitting of cisco bay in our studios there and north beach in downtown sf. I'm on the other side here.

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KZSC 88.1 FM Santa Cruz

02:53 min | 2 years ago

"eric gladys" Discussed on KZSC 88.1 FM Santa Cruz

"Critics of single payer proposals, including Medicare, for all warned that people may not want to go to medical school if they can't earn high salaries. Others have argued that pharmaceutical companies depend on high profit margins to produce groundbreaking new medicines. Breunig says similar systems and most of the world's developed countries have not deterred people from wanting to be doctors and nurses. Still earn higher than average salaries. He agrees. The surplus funds are necessary to develop new medicines, but says that money does not have to come through high drug prices. For example, the National Institutes of Health Fund a lot of drug research already, sometimes it grants money to academic researchers. Sometimes it grants money to companies are indeed money's got to be there, but you don't have to pay 100 times what other countries paying for insulin. Bruning adds that a single payer system would not replace or takeover hospitals and pharmacies and make health care decisions. It would simply reduce the number of companies that currently pay for health care for multiple insurers to just one this'd Eric Gladys reporting for the Colorado News connection. Fast food workers across the country went on strike today advocating for a federal increase of the minimum wage to $15 an hour. When Democrats gained control of Congress next month, they might Just get what they're asking for. Kpfk stamp. Same Anderson. Reports Maria Ruiz, McDonald's worker for 20 years stood outside of McDonald's restaurant on International Boulevard in Oakland today. As cars honking their horns clogged the drive through lane. She explains that while fast food and other workers have achieved a $15 minimum wage here in California, they must continue to advocate for that measure to be implemented nationwide. Mostly involved, well, speedy looking a lot of dollars. Sounds to me the way went on strike today because we are advocating for better working conditions and $15 an hour. For the federal level, and we're here as fast food workers to make sure that everyone knows that we need $15 an hour nationwide. The car caravan protest was part of a national fast food workers strike that took place today in at least 15 cities. In some states, fast food workers still make his little a 7 25 an hour fast food workers have also been on the front lines during the pandemic, many without access to paid sick leave this summer over 70. Oakland. Fast food workers in their family members tested positive for covert 19. We said that McDonald's has also not provided adequate PPE for their workers. Joseph Bryant is the president of the Service Employees International Union, or S, E i U for Northern California. He said he's heard some horror stories about conditions for fast food workers in the pandemic. Some of the most alarming have been worker who.

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KZSC 88.1 FM Santa Cruz

07:44 min | 2 years ago

"eric gladys" Discussed on KZSC 88.1 FM Santa Cruz

"Alameda County attorney announced today that she will not file a murder charge against a second transit officer involved in the shooting death of a 22 year old black man in a train station in 2009. Saying they officer did not personally kill Oscar grant or aid or event. The officer who did Baxter Pringle reports. Alameda County District Attorney Nancy O'Malley met with grants family Monday to discuss her office's decision. Which came after a month long investigation into former officer Anthony Perrone and his involvement and grants death. Grant's family say Peron's aggressive conduct like penning grant to the Fruitvale Bart platform with his need to his neck escalated the situation. In a video statement, O'Malley said there wasn't enough evidence that Perot's actions contributed to Grant's shooting, although ponies conduct was aggressive. Utterly unprofessional and disgraceful. It did not rise to the mental state required for murder. Grant was killed at the Fruitvale Bart station on January 1st 2009. His family is since demanded murder charges against Peron. Former BART Transit officer Johannes Mehserle. Lee was convicted of involuntary manslaughter in the shooting Death of Grant for baby of a news I'm Max Pringle. The only woman on the federal death row is scheduled to be executed tomorrow. If the execution goes ahead as the federal government plans Lisa Montgomery will be killed a Terra Haute, Indiana federal prison, Daniel Witty reports, Montgomery was convicted of strangling Bobbie Jo Stinnett to death in 2004 with a rope and cutting her unborn child from her womb. And claiming the infant as her own. Montgomery's lawyers appealed to the Trump administration to commute her sentence to life in prison. The administration has denied the request. Kelly Henry told CBS that Montgomery shouldn't be executed because she suffers from mental illness. Lisa Montgomery is thesaurus of person because she suffers from severe mental illness. Who is more appropriately punished with life imprisonment without parole. When you look at Lisa's history, you see Time after time after time where people could have intervened and gotten her the help she needed, and none of this would have ever happened. Montgomery's lawyers say she was sexually abused and traumatized as a child. Prosecutors say Montgomery deserves execution. Because of the crimes premeditated cruelty and because it would bring closure. Justin, it's family. Montgomery's execution will take place just over a week before death penalty opponent Joe Biden is inaugurated. Montgomery originally was scheduled to be put to death on December 8th. But the execution was temporary. Blocked after her attorneys contracted coronavirus while visiting her in prison for K P F a news I'm Daniel Witty. Ron kind. He is one of 173 people on death rows who, since 1973 have been exonerated of all charges related to the wrongful convictions that had condemned them to death. He's a conservative is part of the movement to abolish the death penalty. Eric Gladys reports on Tuesday. Wyoming nights will have a chance to hear firsthand how Ron kind he came close to being executed for a crime he didn't commit kind. He is one of four men convicted wrongfully of the kidnapping, rape and murder of a college student in New Mexico. In 1974 Kylie Taylor directs conservatives concerned about the death penalty's Wyoming chapter. She says it's important for people to hear kind, his experience as an innocent man living on death row in his own voice. As long as we have the death penalty has along the books. The risk of executing an innocent person will always exist, and I think that hearing wrong story will make that real for a lot of people. In July, Governor Mark Gordon said he considered a death penalty moratorium in part due to its price tag. Roughly $750,000 per year, even with no one on death row death penalty proponents have argued it's an important crime deterrent and provides justice and closure for Victimsfamilies to sign up for the zoom events set for 6 P.m. Tuesday visit Conservatives concerned daughter Warg Taylor says numerous studies have shown that the death penalty is not an effective deterrent. She says she can on Lee. Imagine the hurt and anger families feel but points to families working to end the death penalty, who have reported that the drawn out process did not produce a sense of justice or peace. And they have said, going through the trial and the appeal process and everything that it puts them through its continuous cycle of trauma. Tiny and co defendants were sentenced to death and we're only exonerated after an investigation by the Detroit News found false testimony in a key piece of evidence Kind. A self described lifelong conservative Republican is also expected to explain why he doesn't trust government with the authority to execute its own citizens for public news service. I'm Eric Gladys. Several gorillas at the San Diego Zoo Safari Park have tested positive for the coronavirus in what's believed to be the first known case is among such primates in the United States and possibly in the world. Parks Executive director Lisa Peterson told The Associated Press today that eight gorillas that lived together at the park I believe to have the virus and several have been coughing. It appears. The infection came from a member of the park's wildfire care team, who also tested positive for the virus but who has been a symptomatic and wore a mask at all times around the guerrillas. The park has been closed to the public since December. 6 as part of the state of California is locked down efforts to curb the Corona virus spreads. Better known Arians are closely monitoring the gorillas and they will remain in their habitat at the park north of San Diego. Peterson said that for now they're being given vitamins, fluid and food but no specific treatment for the virus. While other wildlife has contract ID the Corona virus from makes two tigers. This is the first known instance of the transmission to great apes, and it's unknown if they will have any serious reaction. Wildlife experts have expressed concern about the Corona virus infecting gorillas. As endangered species that share 98.4% of their didna with humans and are inherently social animals. The guerrillas infected at the San Diego Safari Park or Westbourne lowland gorillas. His population is declined by more than 60% over the last two decades.

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