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"eric gladys" Discussed on KZSC 88.1 FM Santa Cruz

KZSC 88.1 FM Santa Cruz

02:11 min | 1 year ago

"eric gladys" Discussed on KZSC 88.1 FM Santa Cruz

"An oil and gas company is just far too great. BLM approved the Dallas based developers request to expand the Manetta divide oil field by some 4200 Wells. Athon argues that Madison is a good site for wastewater since it's already polluted with the carcinogen benzene. The Wyoming Oil and Gas Conservation Commission has not yet approved the company's request for an aquifer exemption. O'Neill points to research showing if state regulators Kranthi exemption. The town of Gillette's recent investment and drinking water infrastructure could be at risk. If that water it should. Contaminate that awkward for the $200 million investment. The 42 mile long water pipeline to supply the drinking water needs of the community would no longer be viable. Manetta is one of a number of extraction projects. Critics say the Trump administration is pushing through by limiting environmental review. The legality of projects approved under William Pendley is also in question. Hendley was never confirmed by the U. S Senate to lead the BLM and in September of federal court ruled that he must vacate the position because his leadership is acting director undermined the constitutional system of checks and balances for public news service. I'm Eric Gladys, another date to a story we had earlier in our newscast, the White Ohio police officer Fatally shot unarmed 47 year old Andre Hill was fired today after body Cam footage was shown documenting what happened. He had Appeared before a hearing held to determine whether he should be terminated. Adam Coy also refused to administer first aid for several minutes. Quay remains under criminal investigation for last week's shooting. The determination came after the conclusion of the hearing to determine whether the actions taken by former officer coy in the moments before and after the fatal shooting of Hill were justified. Public safety director upheld the recommendation of police chief Thomas Quinlan. Quinlan made a video statement Christmas Eve, saying he'd seen enough to recommend it's a coid be terminated. The 63.

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"eric gladys" Discussed on KZSC 88.1 FM Santa Cruz

KZSC 88.1 FM Santa Cruz

04:46 min | 1 year ago

"eric gladys" Discussed on KZSC 88.1 FM Santa Cruz

"H. group Brazilian owned JBS USA and Tyson foods had temporarily closed about twenty U. S. meat plants as the virus infected thousands of employees prompting meat Packers and grocers to warn of shortages some plants have resumed limited operations as workers afraid of getting sick stay home according to US department of agriculture data is analyzed by Reuters while pork supplies tighten as the number of take slaughtered each day plunged by about forty percent since mid March shipments of American pork to China more than quadrupled over the same period Smithfield which China's Debbie age group brought forward bought for nearly five billion dollars in two thousand thirteen was the biggest U. acts exporter to China from January through March reporter Eric Gladys has more many Nebraska meatpacking workers who stand side by side in cool virus preserving conditions are reporting that the meat they process is more valuable than their lives according to Douglas county health director seventy percent of code nineteen infections involving two or more people have been linked to the area's nine meat packing plants Abby credits with the heartland workers center says she understands the need to protect the nation's food supply at the same time these workers are working in close quarters and whereas some companies are trying to take the necessary precautions and recommendations by the CDC not all are doing that and we still have workers becoming infected president Donald Trump recently signed an executive order to prevent plants from closing and keep food supply chains moving crisis group is calling on governor Pete rickets to move beyond voluntary compliance and demand that plants install uniforms safety protocols recommended by health experts including social distancing adequate sanitation and personal protection equipment and testing along with paid medical leave so sick workers can stay home and not lose their job Kretz says she worries that plant managers don't understand that there is a life and family behind each worker considered an essential employee many of whom are immigrants and refugees she is hopeful that the pandemic has made it clear that everyone is connected and everyone should be treated as a valued member of the community but it can no longer be like this us versus them mentality and I think once we can begin to see ourselves as one Nebraska we can actually like dental and argue with each other and say that these actions need to take place for the benefit of all in Nebraska and across the U. S. minority populations have been disproportionately affected by the novel coronavirus a recent live well Nebraska magazine reports showed nearly seventy percent of all confirmed code nineteen cases in Douglas county were people of color for public news service I'm Erik alas the British government performs an about face on masks today telling people to cover their mouth and nose and shops buses and subway trains the change came as part of what prime minister Boris Johnson called the first careful measures to lift our nation wide lockdown imposed seven weeks ago to slow the spread of the new coronavirus it's a recommendation rather than a rule people won't be penalized if they don't wear a mask the government outlined a three stage approach to ending a lockdown beginning on Wednesday with the relaxing of limits on outdoor activity people in England may take unlimited amounts of exercise rather than just one trip out today and may sit and Sunday the outdoors driving to a park or beach will be permitted and golf courses and tennis courts can re open Holly Hudson has more from London after weeks of insisting there was little scientific evidence to support the use number ten is now advising the face covering should be worn in enclosed public spaces like public transport in shops with social distancing isn't possible the new guidance is included in the government's fifty page plan to rebuild announced by Boris Johnson which edges more people to return to work where possible this week public health officials stressed coverings will only prevent transmission in some circumstances and they should instructions on how people can make their own masks so as not to place undue pressure on health workers Holly Hudson London France and Spain are lifting some of Europe's toughest coronavirus restrictions the two countries have been locked down for about eight weeks with today's partial re opening French residents no longer have to Kerry forms allowing them to leave their homes some schools have reopened crowds developed at.

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"eric gladys" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

01:53 min | 1 year ago

"eric gladys" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

"Filtering respirators to keep them safe from infection by the novel Corona virus but facing a national shortage of masks. These centers for Disease Control and Prevention has downgraded the minimum level of recommended protection twice according to Kensington with national nurses united. Congress needs to intervene. We need an Osha. Temporary Emergency Standard. That will tell hospitals. They have to have the highest level of personal protective equipment. That will actually do the job. Keeping Healthcare worker safe he says the CDC has told. Hospitals is permissible for healthcare workers to wear surgical masks. Bandannas or scarves. When treating suspected or confirmed call nineteen patients. The latest House version of the covy nineteen stimulus package had a provision that would require protections for healthcare workers. The Senate version at that point did not Colorado's community. Health centers have done a complete re figuring of their health delivery models in response to cove in nineteen and are set to take enormous hit in their ability to continue to provide care if the congress does not approve critical funding polly Anderson with the Colorado community health. Network says centers also don't have enough personal protection gear for workers or enough testing kits. Health centers need immediate fund to say operational to continue to serve on the front lines of this public health crisis. We also need Congress to act and reauthorized the federal funding for this program. So that we're not in a month among situation when we're most needed federal. Stopgap funding for centers passed in December but is set to expire on May. Twenty second and Anderson says many staff could face furloughs without additional support. I'm Eric Gladys Atwood says hell centers that serve Colorado's regardless of their ability to pay will continue to do all they can. This.

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"eric gladys" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

01:44 min | 1 year ago

"eric gladys" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

"Control and Prevention has downgraded the minimum level of recommended protection twice according to Kensington with national nurses united. Congress needs to intervene. We need an Osha. Temporary Emergency Standard. That will tell hospitals. They have to have the highest level of personal protective equipment. That will actually do the job. Keeping HEALTHCARE WORKER SAVED. He says the. Cdc has told hospitals. It is permissible for healthcare workers to wear surgical masks. Bandanas or scarves when treating suspected or confirmed Khalid nineteen patients. The latest house version of the Soviet nineteenth stimulus package had a provision that would require protections for healthcare workers. The Senate version at that point did not Colorado's community. Health centers have done a complete re figuring of their health delivery models in response to Cova nineteen and are set to take enormous hit in their ability to continue to provide care if the congress does not approve critical funding polly Anderson the Colorado community health network says centers also. Don't have enough personal protection. Gear for workers or enough testing kits. Health centers need immediate fund to stay operational to continue to serve on the front lines of this public health crisis. We also need Congress to act and reauthorize the federal funding for this program. So that we're not in a month among situation when we're most needed federal. Stopgap funding for centers passed in December but is set to expire on May. Twenty second and Anderson says many staff could face furloughs without additional support. I'm Eric Gladys and is says hell centers that serve Colorado's regardless of their ability to pay will continue to do all they can. This.

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"eric gladys" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

01:52 min | 1 year ago

"eric gladys" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

"Nurses say they need filtering respirators to keep them safe from infection by the novel. Corona virus but facing a national shortage of masks centers for Disease Control and Prevention as downgraded the minimum level of recommended protection twice. According to Kensington with National Nurses United. Congress needs to intervene. We need an Osha. Temporary Emergency Standard. That will tell hospitals. They have to have the highest level of course not protective equipment. That will actually do the job. Keeping healthcare workers safe he says the CDC is told hospitals. It is permissible for healthcare workers to wear surgical masks. Bandannas or scarves. When treating suspected or confirmed Calvin nineteen patients. The latest house version of the Soviet nineteenth stimulus package had a provision that would require protections for healthcare workers. The Senate version at that point did not Colorado's community. Health centers have done a complete re figuring of their health delivery models in response to cove in nineteen and are set to take an enormous hit and their ability to continue to provide care if the congress does not approve critical funding polly Anderson with the Colorado community. Health NETWORK SAYS CENTERS. Also don't have enough personal protection gear for workers or enough testing kits. Health centers need immediate fund to stay operational to continue to serve on the front lines of this public health crisis. We also need Congress to act in reauthorized the federal funding for the program. So that we're not in a month among situation win more most needed federal. Stopgap funding for centers passed in December but is set to expire on May. Twenty Second Anderson says many staff could face furloughs without additional support. I'm Eric Gladys Addison says hell centers that serve Colorado's regardless of their ability to pay will continue to do.

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"eric gladys" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

01:33 min | 1 year ago

"eric gladys" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

"Josh givens with the Institute says wages would likely go up under Medicare for all because owners could elect to give some of the money that would have otherwise gone to insurance companies to workers instead. And so you've got about seven hundred billion dollars today. That is employee compensation the comes in the form of employers. Paying for health insurance premiums. Take off their back. It's the potential for employers to instead pay higher wages besides contending that Medicare for all would mean higher taxes. Some critics recently have sounded the alarm about potential job loss pointing to research projecting that one point eight million insurance related administrative and bill processing. Jobs would disappear once private. Health insurance is no longer needed. I'm Eric Gladys View report project switching to a single payer system would create demand for two point three million fulltime Healthcare Workers Kentucky. Lawmakers are considering a bill that would ban spanking in Kentucky is among nineteen states that continue to allow corporal punishment. Glasgow Family Court judge. Michael Wood pence is responsible for placing children in foster care. She says when children have experienced physical violence in the home hitting or spanking in school can do serious damage to a child's wellbeing in our field. One of the recent focus is really become trauma and how trauma affects the brain and how we need to deal with and treat children the. Irs finally caught up with Louis my taxes in eight years old irs. A lot of money Louis was in deep trouble. We're GONNA take your house. Put a lien on your bank account..

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"eric gladys" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

02:05 min | 2 years ago

"eric gladys" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

"Do I pay utility bills or do I purchase food for my household household and no one should have to make that choice. US Agriculture Secretary. Sonny Perdue says the proposal aims to modernize snap and reduce benefit discrepancies between estates. I'm Eric Gladys this is P. N. S. debt collection is pushing families into poverty and needs reform in every state. That's according to a new report. We get more from Eric. Take it off. The National Consumer Law Center released a review of state exemption laws that is protections sounds from seizure by creditors for basic items so that people can't continue to work and support their families J Doran with the statewide poverty. Action Network says more folks are living paycheck to paycheck. People shouldn't be rendered homeless. They shouldn't be rendered jobless they shouldn't be stabilized in a way that's going to be detrimental for their family for themselves and for our greater community at the expense of these debt. National Consumer Law Center did not give any state an eighth grade a landmark. Bill was passed by the House. Judiciary Committee Wednesday. That would decriminalize criminalized marijuana use at the federal level and give states more flexibility in creating unique regulations however it would still need to pass the full House and the Senate where it's expected to stall. Mass shootings often are preventable and a majority of the weapons were obtained legally those are just two of the findings of a Comprehensive Ansah federally funded study released this week from the violence project. Suzanne Potter has more researchers. Found that shooters tend to have four things in common. They've experienced variance childhood trauma there at a crisis point or nurse a specific grievance they study prior massacres and have access to a gun. Professor James Densely a CO author on the study says people shouldn't despair. Solutions are out. There are a lot of times we just right people. All the bad things are going to happen in bad people are GonNa do bad that things and there's nothing we can do about it but actually all data showing us. There's a lot of warning signs and there's a lot of actually opportunities for intervention if we have the right pieces in place the data show that at one hundred sixty seven mass shootings.

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"eric gladys" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

01:31 min | 2 years ago

"eric gladys" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

"Time is the health equivalent of smoking fifteen cigarettes a day according to analysis assist by a._a._r._p. And stanford university just one in three older adults who talks with neighbors is lonely compared with more than sixty percent of people who have never spoken to a neighbor ryerson says all it takes to help out to knock on a door check in with older neighbors to see if they're okay or invite them out for coffee or tea. I'm eric gladys finally see with court hearings in charleston and illegal moves underway the former blackwell miners blocking coal shipments say they remain optimistic. Most the miners in harlan county kentucky have registered as debtors in the black jewel bankruptcy minor jeff will says they're also watching a separate legal case ace where the company is trying to force them to stop blocking the train after nearly a month and a half. He says they're not moving being on and try and track down down and we have the labor on our side basically saying no you know moving until the evening it paid black lawyers have argued that the delays making the cold decay okay and become less valuable. Dan hyman reporting critics point out that west virginia has loosened their bond requirements. This is by clifford for public news service chris. We are member supported and we're online at public service dot o._r._g. But if we are to be prepared for it we must burst. Shed our fear of it. I stand here without.

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"eric gladys" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

02:46 min | 2 years ago

"eric gladys" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

"The plan imposes a mandate on automakers that at least five percent of its fleet sold by twenty twenty three zero emission vehicles. Some critics argued that consumers in colorado. Don't want today's electric sedans. They want s._u._v.'s dealerships. Dealerships also oppose the measure in part because electric vehicles require less maintenance and a higher percentage of the sales could force them to change their business model. I'm eric gladys class. A recent study of fifty major cities found that zero-emission drivers could save on average seven hundred seventy dollars a year that.

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"eric gladys" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

03:18 min | 2 years ago

"eric gladys" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

"Pricing and performance Bob Smith with the Colorado business this group on health one of the groups behind the report says current incentives in place have boosted stock values but the marketplace is not working for firefighters and school districts who have been hit with rising costs Colorado hospital net profit. If it is four to five times the average hospital in the country insurers have seen their earnings per share go up anywhere from three hundred thousand percent in the last decade. The system works really well for them. The report found that performance outcomes very as much between as within hospitals and Smith says there seems to be no reliable correlation between price and quality of Care Hospital administrators have long argued that higher costs are passed along to commercial plans to help make up for what they believe are are insufficient Medicare and Medicaid reimbursements hospitals also charge more to cover the costs of treating people who can't afford to pay. I'm Eric Gladys that report was released Tuesday by Smith's group and the Colorado Consumer Health Initiative a cut in state funding will severely impact program that helps people with disabilities remain in their homes Edris sears tells us that's the message advocates for people with disabilities want governor Andrew Cuomo to hear the consumer directed directed personal assistance program allows people who need home care to hire those who provide that help including friends or family members the program.

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"eric gladys" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

02:03 min | 2 years ago

"eric gladys" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

"One of the groups behind the report says current incentives in place have boosted stock values but the marketplace marketplace is not working for firefighters and school districts who have been hit with rising costs Colorado hospital net profit is four to five times. The average hospital in the country insurers have seen their earnings per share. Go up anywhere here from three hundred thousand percent in the last decade. The system works really well for them. The report found that performance outcomes very as much between as within hospitals and Smith says there seems to be no reliable correlation between price and quality quality of Care Hospital administrators have long argued that higher costs are passed along to commercial plans to help make up for what they believe are insufficient Medicare and Medicaid reimbursements hospitals also charge more to cover the costs of treating people who can't afford afford to pay. I'm Eric Gladys that report was released Tuesday by Smith's group and the Colorado Consumer Health Initiative a cut in state funding will severely impact a program that helps people with disabilities remain in their homes Agra sears tells us that's the message advocates for people with disabilities want governor Andrew Cuomo to hear the consumer directed personal assistance program allows people who need home care to hire those who provide that help including friends or family only members the program helps more than seventy thousand New Yorkers get paid assistance from people they already know and trust instead of relying on agencies to send strangers into their homes. The state budget cuts the funding for the fiscal intermediaries who administer the program by one hundred fifty million dollars according to Heidi Siegfried with the Center for independence of the Disabled New York that will effectively end availability the program for many participants Glenn they meet areas are saying they're just not going to be able to manage managed this and having hundreds close their doors. He's going to be no other school intermediary that the worker and the consumer can turn to continue to provide the service. The State's budget office says the.

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"eric gladys" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

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02:02 min | 2 years ago

"eric gladys" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

"One of the groups behind the report says Kern incentives in place have boosted stock values but the marketplace is not working for firefighters and school districts who have been hit with rising costs. It's Colorado Hospital. Profit is four to five times. The average hospital in the country insurers have seen their earnings per share. Go up anywhere from three hundred thousand percent in the last decade. The system works really well for them. The report found that performance outcomes vary as much between as within hospitals and Smith says there seems to be no reliable correlation between price and quality of Care Hospital administrators have long argued that higher costs or passed along to commercial plans to help make up for what they believe are insufficient Medicare and Medicaid reimbursements hospitals also charge more to cover the cost of treating people who can't afford to pay. I'm Eric Gladys that report was released Tuesday by Smith's group up and the Colorado Consumer Health Initiative a cut in state funding will severely impact a program that helps people with disabilities remain in their homes address sears tells us that's the message advocates for people with disabilities want governor Andrew drew coble to hear the consumer directed personal assistance program allows people who need home care to hire those who provide that help including friends or family members the program.

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"eric gladys" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

02:06 min | 2 years ago

"eric gladys" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

"One of the groups behind the report says current incentives in place have boosted stock values but the marketplace is not working for firefighters and school districts who have been hit with rising costs Colorado hospital net profit is four to five times. The average hospital in the country insurers have seen their earnings per share go up anywhere from three hundred thousand percent in the last decade. The system system works really well for them. The report found that performance outcomes vary as much between as within hospitals and Smith says there seems to be no reliable correlation between price and quality of Care Hospital administrators have long argued that higher higher costs are passed along to commercial plans to help make up for what they believe are insufficient Medicare and Medicaid reimbursements hospitals also charge more to cover the costs of treating people who can't afford to pay. I'm Eric Gladys that report was released Tuesday by Smith's group and the Colorado Consumer Health Initiative a cut in state funding will severely impact a program that helps people with disabilities remain in their homes address sears tells us that's the message advocates for people with disabilities. What governor Andrew Cuomo to hear the consumer directed personal assistance program allows people who need home care to hire those who provide that help including friends or family members the program.

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"eric gladys" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

02:04 min | 2 years ago

"eric gladys" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

"One of the groups behind the report says current incentives in place have boosted stock values but the marketplace is not working for firefighters and school districts have been hit with rising costs Colorado hospital net profit is four to five times. The average hospital in the country insurers have seen their earnings per share go up anywhere from three hundred thousand. I was in percent in the last decade. The system works really well for them. The report found that performance outcomes vary as much between as within hospitals and Smith says there seems to be no reliable correlation between price and quality of Care Hospital Hospital administrators have long argued that higher costs or passed along to commercial plans to help make up for what they believe are insufficient Medicare and Medicaid reimbursements hospitals also charge more to cover the costs of treating people who can't afford to pay. I'm Eric Eric Gladys that report was released Tuesday by Smith's group and the Colorado Consumer Health Initiative a cut in state funding will severely impact a program that helps people with disabilities remain in their homes. Andrea sears tells tells us that's the message advocates for people with disabilities. What governor Andrew Cuomo to hear the consumer directed personal assistance program allows people who need home care to hire those who provide that help including friends or family members the program.

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"eric gladys" Discussed on KZSC 88.1 FM Santa Cruz

KZSC 88.1 FM Santa Cruz

01:41 min | 2 years ago

"eric gladys" Discussed on KZSC 88.1 FM Santa Cruz

"To protect Americans health care for as long as it takes an urban institute study concludes that twenty million Americans could be kicked off of their health plans of the lower court ruling is allowed to stand that would be a sixty five percent increase in the uninsured it's unclear when the three judge appeals court panel of the fifty U. S. circuit court will rule in the case that appears destined for the Supreme Court the High Court has previously reviewed the law and its coverage and insurance protections for millions of Americans the ultimate outcome will affect protections for people with pre existing conditions Medicaid expansions covering roughly twelve million people and subsidies that help about ten million others afford health insurance reporter Eric Gladys has more from Denver Rachel wall a patient advocate with a pre existing health conditions says she does not want to go back to life before Obama care for the ACA plan creatures to conditions could be held against you I either couldn't get health insurance or I could only get very costly health insurance that we wouldn't cover much of anything based on pre existing condition Steve Kerr act currently prohibits insurance companies from denying or charging more for coverage to people with pre existing conditions which can include cancer diabetes or even asthma and glaucoma plaintiffs in the case argue that the entire ACA is unconstitutional after Congress as part of the two thousand seventeen tax bill removed a key part of the law that penalized individuals who had not signed up for.

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05:11 min | 2 years ago

"eric gladys" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

"He Associated Press reports democratic candidate Jill Biden reversing course and declaring he no longer supports a long standing congressional ban on using federal healthcare money to pay for abortions. The AP says by made the declaration, Thursday, folly, two days of intense scrutiny and criticism for rivals after his campaign affirmed that the seventy six year old former vice president is still supported the Hyde amendment at a Democratic Party fundraiser in Atlanta Biden said, keeping hide would prevent poll women from exercising, their constitutional rights to terminate a pregnancy every day. At least one hundred Americans die from gun violence. Roz Brown reports advocates for tougher gun laws say they're making slow, but steady progress to change that today is national gun violence awareness day when many gun law advocates will wear orange to call attention to the issue. The most recent mass shooting in Virginia two weeks ago, left thirteen people. Dead. And many others injured at municipal complex, Shannon watts founder of moms demand action for gun cents in America says her group's efforts have led to new gun safety legislation in twenty states. It important to remember that it isn't just the mass shooting in school shooting. It's the daily gun violence to kill hundred Americans in city centres, and in rural communities, homicides, and suicide, the light, Colorado recently became the fifteenth state to pass a so-called red flag law allowing the temporary removal of firearms from a person who may present danger to others or themselves the US has more guns per capita, about three hundred billion at any other nation at a higher gun death rate than any other developed nation in the world. The gun violence. Orca shows forty people have been killed in mesh shootings in just the past thirty days this week, the US House passed legislation that would provide more than two million people path to permanent residency and citizenship. Eric Gladys catches us up on the details. The American dream and promise act include.

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"eric gladys" Discussed on KZSC 88.1 FM Santa Cruz

KZSC 88.1 FM Santa Cruz

01:59 min | 3 years ago

"eric gladys" Discussed on KZSC 88.1 FM Santa Cruz

"The announcement and planned to introduce the public option legislation on the first day of the session January fourteenth for public news service. I'm Eric take it off. DNA United States Department of the interior has taken steps to restrict public records requests, which are allowed through the freedom of information act. Eric Gladys reports the proposal would allow the agency to deny requests that it deems burdensome or vague and officials at the agency say it's necessary because foia requests are bogging down the departments work Jason O'neil with the western values project calls the move an attack on open public records and transparency is our organization and others have found there's been a clear late between special interests industry interests, and the work and the rule changes that have been done bad interior under this administration without access to government records. O'neil says his group would not have uncovered documents showing industry requests for changes to the greater sage grouse management plan to tip the scale for oil and gas producers over ranching and other interests interior department. Officials also say. The changes are needed because foia requests have been used for political reasons. O'neil says under previous administrations interior department moves were made in an open and public process. He says watchdog organizations like his and the news media rely on the freedom of information act when agencies aren't transparent in their decision making up kitchen requests when you're making decisions behind closed doors that obviously going to be the outcome because he's a factor. Public lands are wildlife a water their way of life up north. The public has until January twenty eighth to comment on the interior department's proposal, according to the hill newspaper due to the government shutdown. The agency isn't currently processing public comments interior is also the only federal agency that has shut down online foia requests until the government reopens for.

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