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"federal administration" Discussed on GovExec Daily

GovExec Daily

07:45 min | 4 months ago

"federal administration" Discussed on GovExec Daily

"Then go by the administration as diversity equity and inclusion as cornerstones of his administration's policies. How systemic problems lie at the heart of inequality in federal agencies need to address those problems both within and outside their organizations fifty shot is a managing director with deloitte consulting. Where she the behavioral insights practice. He's also one of the authors of a new deloitte report titled governments equity imperative path towards systemic change and currently advises the by white house about the federal government's racial equity initiatives. She goes me now to discuss the report and racial atrophy in the federal government. Welcome to the program. Hey thank you so much for the conversation. So how do you see the executive orders within this current ecosystem. What affects can they have and will they have. And how do you see going forward. I'm so i'm very very hot. By the range of executive orders the equity arena in the new administration. There were a couple on the first day of january the twentieth that looked at both regulatory impacts but also federal policies in practice later on a faceted other executive orders around customer experience et cetera. So i would say. I would describe them. As very holistic traditionally in the positive seeing the role of government as being about like its role as an employer or its rollers abaya but these executive orders taking us outside of that space into space it impacts three hundred million people which is what what is governments. Role as policymakers regulator anna market. Making rather than just a buyer in terms of advancing equity and racial justice in this country. So i'm very excited. By the breadth of view of what racial equity in the role of government in the role of government comply. We have a lot of Federal employees as most of our listeners in our audience so you know within the human capital in the workforce management framework What outcomes chan and should be pursued a by the federal government. I think there is this Outcomes that are kind of the well for the we'll let loose itself so in looking at the entire pipeline of government sevice career. Who is it that actually imagine themselves as a future government employees and so not just like who gets recruited but you know let's address poverty of expectation and communities who might not see themselves as federal workers and who have so much to add in terms of being part of the federal administration and the federal web force so the entire pipeline from those who expect to apply to apply to those who get recruited paul on promotion and progression equal wages equal rights experiences along the way so those are internal to the federal wet close in add comes. I think you know. Intensive equity and representation along the way in each stage of that pipeline that we should be tracking measuring in seeking to advance equity and equality of opportunity equality of access for but. I think there's also another dimension in here which is there's a richness that comes from a federal wet close to this diabetic is not just manifested in the experience of the federal workforce itself. It actually has a amazing impact on the policies that made the rules of made the programs that are designed by having a workforce that has many many different shared experiences rather common shed experiences that a treaty reflective of the country. We can actually design better government. We can design policies and programs and said we should also be looking at the impact in to the qualitative pants. Obey down bus Wet votes on. Just actually being able to run by the government. How how would that be measured. Even well i think you can look at for example different communities in the way they interact with public services if they'd be designed by people with a we that kind of back with a similar background to those communities they may be more empathetic. We made that better. Customer experience scores if we have reduced burdens on people who are applying for particular benefits and programs with the ease of access to entitlement programs is improved than those are all. You could be impossible parcel of a feature of having a more diverse wet force and more empathetic workforce that is able to understand the nuances of how government contracts with different communities and the services that it works with them for so it's not a direct impact and it. It's a secondary impact but it's something that is a value of a diverse workforce. The we should be. We should be championing. We've talked on this shot. The procurement process in the initiatives through that end. So how can the federal government Encourage a diversity and equity through procurement. So i think this too. It's a twofold way. So that traditionally the way that we've looked at is in terms of how much the government spends with little minority businesses. Diverse owned businesses veterans. I'd businesses trap people with disabilities on that businesses on. I think that is incredibly powerful and on an actually you could and should be expanded. But i will say think. There's a role that government complained that goes beyond that is similar to the role of government policy maker in the role of government procuring. In the way that it buys it can also be a market maker and so the way that it helps and supports. Small businesses minority businesses diabetics businesses to be able to grow whether they're in the government market based on not the small business administration has really powerful role to play in terms of building networks for small businesses building. That supply chains helping them advance. Not just in the government industry but throughout industry and supporting small businesses in diversity For small businesses in that way as well so a market maker as well as just a traditional buyer of sevices itself. You noted the obvious the obvious role of government has a policymaker a lot of that is through the regulatory process. so how does that factor in his. Well how can Defense encouraged a diversity equity inclusion Through the regulatory process. I think this is probably one of the most powerful ways in which government can impact an unachievable improve diversity equity inclusion in this country because rules and regulations impact. Everyone From the way that we access policies benefits in programs to benefit in. Who doesn't and the bud in that interacting with government places on us. And so. I think the first one the first way is actually getting better measuring the impacts of policies regulations there are other countries around the world like the uk has equity impact assessments. So every time a new law rule is considered not only does it consider the impact on businesses in the hospital in the cost benefits of that but it also considers the impacts on different communities. I think that was something that was very very welcoming not.

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"federal administration" Discussed on UK Column Podcasts

UK Column Podcasts

02:15 min | 4 months ago

"federal administration" Discussed on UK Column Podcasts

"So one of maybe piece of evidence is sure that what we told about nine eleven is a complete fabrication is not credible. But in the meantime david various leaders made into commemorate well. I thought this was a wonderful contrast year. Because here we see all of the president's lined up the official nine eleven commemoration one. There's no donald trump and justice as the mainstream press was getting into the the line of old trump snobs Nine eleven veterans. I doesn't short for this. Someone find a where the donald was on. The donald wasn't in the middle of new york surrounded by police and firefighters. Getting his photograph taken with a lot of people who wanted to be in his presence of course and joe biden cannot do that. Joe biden and the entire administration couldn't go anywhere near the public in our informal and uncontrolled setting light but he wouldn't get smiles and handshakes and sell fees all he would get hostility on a good talking to. So it's all for. The lido says all full shoots that are tightly controlled with beautiful block mosques so you can't see anyone's face on for the donald Its life amongst people an interesting contrast. don't you think yes but if we stick with biden for second then of course. Last week. Brian had a clip of joe biden basically threatening people that The you know the federal administration and he is losing patience with people that aren't vaccinated and that they need to consider getting evacuated very very quickly. But you have another quick clip from that same press conference yes. This is introduction to all of the various restrictions on again on an interesting watch as you. President i'm announcing tonight. A new plan require more americans to be vaccinated to combat those blocking public health..

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"federal administration" Discussed on Pod Save America

Pod Save America

06:11 min | 6 months ago

"federal administration" Discussed on Pod Save America

"For your trial at noon dot com slash crooked that's n. o. m. dot com slash crooked to sign up for your trial here to talk about the delta variant. All the latest on covert is marcela. Nunez smith white house cove. Nineteen equity taskforce chair and professor of medicine and epidemiology at yale. Dr smith great to have you here today. Thank you the with you. Well let's start with president biden's speech today on vaccines. What does he announcing it. What is he trying to accomplish. Yeah we're at a really important right now. I think it's so important and key to the president is talking directly to the american people saying this is what we are. Let's talk straight about this pandemic we have delta here now and that makes things more urgent than ever before right if you're unvaccinated. Your risk is so tremendously high. And so the key still is vaccination. That is the path out of the pandemic and so the president does making sure people understand those basic tenants of the science but also pushing important policies to help get us. They're talking about the key. Need for incentives making sure barriers or address for people like to peed. Time off to get back to me to get their families vaccinated and of course. Really importantly saying the federal government is a large employer. And we're gonna kind of model that safe workplace behavior and so can you just shuttle the like what. The new federal government policy is now earlier in the week. The department of veterans affairs and look in hospitals for those patients facing employees workers. Vaccination is is going to be a a must And that is something that's happening in healthcare systems across the country. Certainly something happening. Where i work and today you know really very strong clear statement from the federal administration that if you can't attest to being vaccinated as a federal employee as a contractor then it's going to be just important mandatory for you to be part of a rigorous testing protocol. We have to make sure that our workplaces are safe. Why not go a step further right at with you. A lot of companies now are insisting on proof of vaccination to return to employment or part of employment because under the policy. As i understand it if you are not vaccinated you have to go through testing and mitigation but that still puts the vaccinated employees at some measure of risk. Why not go one step. Further and have an actual mandate on federal employees. Be real clear. It's not in anybody's advantage to try to game this system right. I mean if you're unvaccinated and you around others you are extremely extremely high risk. So everything we're talking about is really a bridge vaccination. They're going to be a few people. Of course are medical reasons. Why vaccines are not advise. That's a very very small number of people. So i think what we're seeing is making sure people understand the urgency and how this window of time able to say let me go get vaccinated and everything we're talking about. Terms of mitigation is that bridge testing strategies masking strategies. Those are not destinations in this public health crisis. The destination is vaccination and so whether we see municipalities are employers. It's important to give people that window of time to get vaccinated. So is there a point which understanding that as i see the numbers the number of daily doses going pretty quickly here which is very good sign but is there appointed which you will know. Federal government other should say to unvaccinated. People like you have to do this as a part of your federal employment school students have to attest to vaccination for polio measles etc. Is there a need. For more sticks. In the process of getting people vaccinated vaccination is obviously. This is a personal decision. It's a choice. I do think when you look across the country like you see. The combination of different strategies and approaches directly to the final ministration guidance policies are gonna continue to be revisited. I think this is the right policy the right direction the right conversation where we are right now before iraq to seeing internal medicine. Physician needed to attention might higher career for my employment for example with flu influenza. And that's key that's about keeping you safe is keeping my colleagues say it's about keeping my patients safe so certainly you know we talk a lot. You bring up a really great pie. which is you know. We have a history in the country about vaccination a shared understanding about the critical importance of vaccination for our public health. The the revise mask guidance. From the cdc. I think it was a wakeup call to a lot of people particularly vaccinated people about the risk. That still exists in that. The pandemics is can you. Can you help explain to our listeners. What the new guidance is. And why the cdc took this step to revise. Guidance has this is so important. So the cdc came out and updated their guidance and very appropriately. So i think you know. I am certainly reassured as someone living in our country that designs the evidence the data really leading the way that everybody's paying really close attention when the science changes and the recommendations change so this week. Cdc came out. I point is. We are now living in the time of delta. So delta is a very unlike the variance we had previously. It is extremely extremely contagious. And so with the new dynamics of this virus new dynamics of transmission gotta think again about what's necessary. I think the sort of these two ways right cd. I made recommendations directed that communities and then recommendations directed at individuals on the community level. Cdc really recommended and of local leaders encourage vaccination right number one vaccination particularly in areas where there is hybrid transmission ninety nine percent of people hospitalized and dying in our country now from nineteen unvaccinated. This is a preventable.

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"federal administration" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

01:43 min | 8 months ago

"federal administration" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"FM, W. M, a tell where Washington comes to talk. Our Maryland We have some breaking news out of Maryland this afternoon on immigration, specifically this piece of legislation designed to enshrine into law that Maryland be a sanctuary state precluding Local officials from working with federal authorities in order to curtail illegal immigration in the state of Maryland in the news just out this hour Is governor Larry Hogan has vetoed that legislation. Well, that is a nice little victory Governor Larry Hogan as issued a bunch of vetoes today a couple of them for but importantly, the one I want to tell you about. Is this immigration detention and this, uh, this house Bill 16 and House Bill 23. Here's what he says in the video message. Local law enforcement should fully cooperate with federal law enforcement. It's a principle I have consistently upheld throughout three federal administration's lead by presidents from both political parties. Log legislation such as this. That's a dangerous precedent regarding the state's commitments, upholding the law and ensuring the safety of our citizens as governor, I believe in creating an inclusive and diverse Maryland Which is why our administration is consistently welcomed refugees that the federal government has determined are properly and legally speaking refugee status and have been adequately vetted. Promoting diversity and inclusion, he says. For all while upholding our commitment to public safety, Maryland's approach is consistent with both our laws and our values. Okay. The rest of the social justice gobbledygook. At the end of that, just set that aside for a moment, the basic points Larry.

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Climate change is now a national security priority for the Pentagon

Monocle 24: The Globalist

02:59 min | 1 year ago

Climate change is now a national security priority for the Pentagon

"No surprise at joe. Biden has moved swiftly to change the white house's approach to climate change after all his predecessors view was that it was all a big hoax but few could have predicted just how quickly and radically president biden would act. Climate change is once again a national security issue. He said well. Joining me. Are paul rogers author and professor of peace studies at the university of bradford and actually at rati climate and energy reporter for bloomberg news. Good morning to you. Both gentlemen and pull man became with you. The idea of climate change is a national security. Threat isn't new. But could you just recap what it actually means. Please don't quite show what it means. You can record the pentagon this saying. It's really looking at it from his own rather narrow perspective A lot of the talk is about all the problems that some of the basis of had with inclement weather disastrous for as roma occasions. This quite a lot of talk about the need for the us military to decrease carbon emissions. They rainy presenter. Quite a significant minority the overall american emissions but in terms of the world y. position of climate. Change there's very little yet. There is a risk in securitising in climate change or climate breakdown and basically treating as a threat which has to be counted when it has effects on the problem with climate breakdowns. You're actually have to be working ten twenty ahead of when it starts to happen to be really effective. It is much more about prevention rather than try and clear out the mess. That's not to say that given where we are now won't be major problems across the world mass migration the rest but the real point is. This is something which has to be really concerned with the prevention. There isn't an an easy kill once you get started So we're really. It's a very odd situation that the military taking it on a particular way which probably is not the central issue when you define something act as an national security threat. How does that change a country's approach to something such as climate change. In this case i think a one other way to interpret a biden administration is trying to do is use. What firepower it has it. The cash spends on on sectors of the economy but of course defense as well which is a huge part of its spending and try and increase the demand for cleaner energy. So we've seen that one other route that the by Administration is going to use is to try and electrify the entire federal administration fleet. And so. maybe it's a way to create demand from the defense sector which you know is As paul rightly said an insignificant amount of emissions. But it is a huge spender of money on technology. And so maybe that's another way to push for a national security agenda on climate change

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"federal administration" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

07:21 min | 1 year ago

"federal administration" Discussed on KQED Radio

"They also acknowledge they were stung by their association to June's violent clearing of black lives matter. Protests So before and after the election, he took pains to ensure the military had no role and when law enforcement authorities did not request National Guard at a rally protesting the election results, the military was eager to comply by 6:45 P.m.. Hundreds of National Guard soldiers had arrived outside the capital. As many as 20,000 of them could be in D C for next week's inauguration, when military and local officials say they are eager instead of hesitant for a show of force. And that show force will include guardsmen who are armed. You can see that already Today, Guardsmen with long rifles, helmets and body armor. That's an acknowledgement of what the D C police chief calls a quote major security threat. She's asking people not to come to the city and is trying to cancel all public protest permits their offenses now around the capital and around vice President. Pence's official residents, officials moved up what's called the National Special Security event to today, so would include scheduled protests for this weekend as well as next week's inauguration. Those security fears extend to all 50 state capitals, where the FBI says protests will take place as well and discuss that part of the story. I'm joined by Michigan's attorney general Dana Nessel, Thank you very much. Welcome back. To the news hour. What happened last week here at the Capitol in Washington, D C. Sadly must have felt all too familiar to you. Back in April, Of course, and Lansing armed protesters entered the building they demanded to excess legislative chamber. Do you think federal afford authorities should have done more to recognize that that event in April was almost a prelude to what happened here last week? I absolutely do. I think that Michigan in many ways was ground zero and was, you know a dry run. If you will to see what could happen in the event that people try to take over state capital, you know they were successful in the event of what happened in Lansing in April. They chose not to do anything but we know From those who plotted to kidnap and execute the governor, that one of their alternative plans was actually to take over the state capital either blow it up or to begin executing people inside of it s so I do think that those who decided to take over the Nation's capital. So I would happen in Lansing were encouraged by it on decided to do the same thing in Washington, D C. And In fact, many of the people that were at the Michigan capital in April were also at the Capitol last week. Let's look forward now. Yesterday you tweeted that the Michigan Capitol building is quote Not safe. What do you concerned about? I'm concerned about firearms in the building. At long last, the Michigan Capital Commission acted to ban the open carry a firearms. But we still don't have metal detectors and I could be winding people, you know, essentially people to bring in virtually anything that they want, and they're not prohibited from doing so. S O. Of course. I'm greatly concerned that people will bring firearms in the building. Or perhaps some sort of device, which you know, could be an explosive device of some sort. And that is gonna see a set of circumstances. When you've had thousands and thousands of threats against lawmakers in our state and against lawmakers all across the country, it's a recipe for disaster. Thousands of threats against lawmakers in your state, but also specific threat this weekend. The FBI says that there will be armed protests in state capitals over the weekend. And they specifically warned that supporters of the so called Boogaloo movement are planning to convince commit violence in Michigan on Minnesota, our state our federal authorities doing enough to prepare for this weekend's events. Well, I know that there's going to be coordination between federal authorities and state authorities and also local municipal authorities. And of course, those at the Capitol building is well, since I imagine everything will be geared towards that. Of course, on Sunday, the Capitol building is closed. They're building a fence around it. The National Guard I'm told is coming in on. There's going to be a very heavy police presence. But next week, our Legislature is scheduled to be in session on when they are in session. According to the Open meetings at that we have in our state. It has to be open to the public as well S O. Those meetings have to be accessible. And so my concern is what then if you're going to allow people to come in, and you are not going to ensure that they do what they do it every single courthouse in the state of Michigan, which is just to make sure that people are not carrying firearms or explosive devices. How can you ensure that you were keeping the members of the public were there are lawmakers and the staff at the Capitol building say. You mentioned the National Guard Governor Wittner, as I understood, had not yet said that in fact, the National Guard would be deployed on Sunday, even though Lansing's mayor has asked for it. Will the National Guard be deploy? My understanding is that yes, they will be parlor and other social media organizations where these right wing extremists have been coordinating. Our are being taken down on. There are reports that they are using encrypted. Perhaps does that present a concern to you that you might not be able to know what's coming? Well, I think it means that we have to be more vigilant than ever. And those who are in law enforcement who are charged with monitoring those types of spaces are going to have to really step up their game and make sure that they're on top of it and make sure they understand exactly who it was communicating with Who and what If any plans are being made. I will say, I think it's going to be more difficult for the average person who wants to participate. They're really gonna have to be deep down in the weeds for them to know exactly what if any, plans are being made if they're not going to be able to use this other types of social media platforms that people have become more accustomed to and there Easier to access. And finally, it seems to me that since 9 11, this country's national security has been so focused and we have fought wars over the threat of international terrorism. Do you believe it's time to ship? Some of that focus? Absolutely. We know that domestic terrorism is the biggest threat to our nation right now, and we need to become more focused on it. Unfortunately, I think what we've seen for a very long time is that as long as you had people who really were domestic terrorists, but at the same time we're supportive. Of the Federal Administration. And by that I mean, specifically President Trump. You had a federal government that was really unwilling to take the proper and appropriate steps to combat it. Michigan attorney General Dana Nessel. Thank you very much. Thanks for having me. In.

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"federal administration" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

08:51 min | 1 year ago

"federal administration" Discussed on KGO 810

"We understand they would run fewer cars because there are fewer people traveling, but now with the limited numbers of cars There are certain times when Munich is becoming crowded, and people are not able to do that social distancing. Can you tell us that the city is looking into that s O that we could provide? I'm sorry. I'm not familiar with that because there is a plan in place to not allow a certain number of people on the immunity cars or trains, too. Avoid the overcrowding. And in fact, we've been seeing just the opposite The trains and the bus is air. Not as full as they once were on. We're cutting back service. As a result of that s O. What? You're what you're talking about. I would have to definitely look into whether or not that's happening. But I'm hearing Thea exact opposite. Um and I'm seeing it myself even walking around the city when I'm not getting my fresh air. Munis is virtually empty. The train's air pretty empty and the bus is as well. Is there a directive than that, um, that the drivers are not to allow more than a certain capacity on any particular car. Well, there is a recommendation of what the number is two separate people, But the drivers are not necessarily enforcing that for their own safety, and, um they're their responsibility is to, of course, pay very close attention to it. And if they run into any challenges to reach out to dispatch if they have Ah, situation where they are Carrying Maurer than what they think is appropriate for maintaining social distancing s. Oh, there's a system that's put into play that they're supposed to follow. So let me ask you about the greatest challenge that you think San Francisco is facing right now in this regard, I mean, I know there are massive challenges. You've got a jail population. You've got a homeless population, including people living on the streets. But there are a lot of challenges to a city the size of San Francisco. What do you think is the greatest challenge in the midst of this crisis? I think the greatest challenge is the people that were having difficulty with, um the social, social distancing. On Boer, specifically those who are sadly very careless and inconsiderate. Um, but also those who have, um, substance use disorder. People who are struggling with drug addiction. Um that's been a real challenge. The police are doing everything they can to educate the public on why this is important. And and this population continues to be a real challenge for us. And and the biggest concern I have is what happens? Um, when, uh, things they're spread quickly. Amongst the particular community and, most likely this community. They, um, interact with a lot of people. Um, and they sometimes live in our sorrows and congregates settings. Where they They're sharing bathrooms. And so, um, that is my biggest concern is the congregate living settings and then the people who are living on the streets and One of the things that we're doing is we're opening up Mosconi West to start to, um move people out of the shelter so that people are able to have more space and people who are homeless and and trying to Get them into hotel rooms and various situations. But, um, it is going to be very challenging because part of it is we are giving people direction and asking people to do this. On the challenge is going to be forcing people to comply. Uh and and that's where we're headed. We we've you know, spent the first week Being understanding and compassionate on dis week going into this weekend. We're going to be making some very hard decisions if we don't see an improvement. Well, particularly with people who seem to be just scofflaws who think it's funny. You aren't taking it seriously. You know, I wonder if it's time for the police to start doing some enforcement to start issuing tickets. Is that something you're considering? Well, the chief said today and the press conference that we still have rooms in our jails. That is not idea. We don't want to start arresting people for I'm not following the direction because we're also concerned about the spread of the virus in our jail system s. So I think that you know the goal is to, um be a little bit more heavy handed, but also We are gonna have to take, um, just a harder stance than we have before We tried to, um, you know, just focus on communication in a ah kind and responsible and compassionate way. And if that isn't working, Ah, we're gonna have to take further steps. Are you getting enough support from the state of California and from the federal government? Well, I think, um, for the most part Ah, our governor Gavin Newsom is doing Ah, ah, great job of working to try and leverage. Resource is for our cities. It's not been easy. It's not been easy working with the federal Administration. Unfortunately, um I think that, um There. Ah ah, what we're focused on because we don't want to keep complaining about PPE and test kits. On. So we have gotten creative in trying to get access to the things that we knew we needed even before we declared a state of emergency, um, and the challenges of trying to get all the resources that we need. But we are working collaboratively with the hospitals that are here in San Francisco. We're lucky to have an incredible health care system and great healthcare partners. Ah, ah, and even in even with all the resource is we have we're still. Um We're still not where we should be. Which we still don't have everything we need. But we're grateful. For example, the governor was able to send us 1000 masks. We work with the private sector. I'm sorry, not 1000 a million million masks picking around all these numbers, But hey, said the million mask and we work with the private sector and Flex point in and Facebook and others where they've been able to. Ah, creatively get access to these mask and these gowns and the protective equipment that we know people desperately need who are working on the front lines. So we're not waiting around for the federal government, although I'm hopeful the stimulus package reach reaches people sooner rather than later and reaches our city sooner rather than later. But we can't wait because the longer we wait, the less prepared we would be, And so we're going to continue to do everything we can to prepare so that we can A deal with this when we know Ah, when we know it's going to get worse, and we just need to be as prepared as we can be. You know that we've seen Wall Street just up and down and up and down, down down and whatever it's going to do, But it just occurred to me that in a city like San Francisco, such an amazing, vibrant, wonderful city, the most beautiful city in the world. We rely heavily on tourism dollars and that surely has dried up. Is that going to have a devastating impact on the city? Is there anything in the stimulus package that's gonna help? Our city. Well, I'm not gonna even sugarcoat it. We're gonna have a It's gonna have a devastating impact on our economy. Uh, the comptroller's office is crunching the numbers now, and we expect to report next week to help understand exactly what we're anticipating as it relates to. Ah, loss in our revenue for not only Um, uh, the issues around hotel tax revenue and other taxes that we get as a result of tourism. But, um, just the taxes that we've had to delay with some of our businesses and some of the community. We're gonna have a real challenge next year in San Francisco financially. Ah and ah, we're gonna deal with the financial challenge that we've I can't think of in recent history that we've ever had to deal with..

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"federal administration" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

04:30 min | 1 year ago

"federal administration" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Said. The two officers who played key roles in the In the raid that on Briana Taylor's apartment Joshua James, he's the one who acquired the warrant the lead officers to our door after midnight and then detective Miles Cosgrove, who fired with the FBI considers to be that fatal shot. They've been on paid leave for months. Really. Louisville's intern. Police chief is determined at this point that Joshua James had provided improper information in obtaining that warrant, saying that He had confirmed with the postal inspector that Taylor had been receiving packages involving an ex boyfriend who was involved in drug dealing and that he actually hadn't made any contact with the post officer determined that And then in the case of Miles Kozberg that he had improperly used use of force, and he was one of other officers who was firing into Taylor's apartment. But the Inter police chief determine that he didn't know who his target Woz and was firing indiscriminately into the apartment. What's in the reaction to this decision? I'm wondering here about those on the police force, but also the public. The protestors have been out there for months now. Right, Well, the um, dress with Jane's one of the officers involved. He will be defending himself, and he says that his lawyer says that he's done nothing wrong and will appeal it. They say that the police department's already essentially made their determination of it. There will be a UNMIN ist rate of hearing over this in the coming days to basically give the officers a chance to respond, But And also the, um You know the protesters there, you know, I think that they're frustrated that this has taken so long for this. This has been one of one of the rallying Christ was toe get the officers involved in this trade fired but also charged and I think that there's a little bit of satisfaction that it's moved in that direction, but also frustration that it hasn't gone as far as some people are calling for it. Yeah, Now Bryant, Briana Taylor's family and many others have been calling for officers involved in the raid to not just be fired. They want them arrested, criminally charged. How likely is it that this could happen? There is the investigation's ongoing. There's a federal investigation into this ongoing and it will be interesting to see how this might change. You know the Anu Federal administration coming in, you know, there is one officer who was criminally charged with one endangerment Brett Hankinson earlier this year, but it's still yet to be seen if any more charges come down. That's Ryland Barton of Kentucky Public Radio. Thank you for your coverage. Thank you. Exactly. This'll is morning edition from NPR News. I'm Layla folded, and I'm Steve Inskeep. A number of high Zynga's sitting in for day. Freeman and I felt a gentle roll here on the fifth floor, the Bechtel building in downtown San Francisco and Trent tells me we have a We just had a little earthquake. But you and hey, where did not feel it? Yeah, I did not feel it here, or 3.6 that struck just before 5:42 a.m. and death 3.6 what the USGS is placing it at lets out along a creek for a quick update on an accident there 6 80 south before north main, and this is possibly two separate accidents, with one overturned in the right lane and southern several other vehicles on the shoulder. We've seen a big back up. On 60 80 south as you approach the scene of that crash, no problems of the Bay Bridge Toll Plaza. I'm trying Chase for KQED. Thank you so much trend. You know, No. One. None of us. It's kind of fitting. We have a little earthquake, right just to start off the last day of the year and none of us will ever forget the year 2020. It seems like it's going out with a little bit of a bank. And if cake you ladies helped you navigate this difficult year. Please make a donation before midnight tonight. The 2020 cares Act allows many options for deductions. But you do need to do it before 2021 arrives..

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"federal administration" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

06:22 min | 1 year ago

"federal administration" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"There was a very specific call to action from the physician and health care community to say, Please don't let this be politicized. Right. And once we stopped seeing the Federal administration put their thumb on the scale of the approval process, and everyone followed the landmarks that they had set out when this started by numbers of patients, diversity of patients, timelines to be expected. You know, everything seems to be falling into place. And the other thing I will say is, you know we're seeing multiple countries look at the data separately and come to the same conclusion. So even if there is mistrust in our system, and our FDA looks at the primary data, not an aggregate data, we're seeing the approval happen in the UK and they will see the vaccine even earlier than we do so we can look to our neighbors around the world and say if they're all getting vaccinated in doing okay, and they looked at the data and they've approved it, we can start to feel globally more comfortable with this process. Again. That's why people like me that do you feel comfortable will have to lead the way and say I will get back to the early and show you that. I'm okay. I'm curious. Elizabeth. How reassuring was that? Answer to you? Somewhere. Can I ask a second question on the lease? Okay, So the first people in hospitals are hospital workers to be vaccinated. Um, I understand there's a 21 Day period for the second vaccination. Is there going to be any, um, entity that will be monitoring their reaction to this vaccine and that 21 Day period And afterwards with the second dose. Yes, so I'm sure that there's there's always There's always monitoring like post distribution of vaccines, and there's continuing they'll be continued data. Mining and aggregation of the effects of the virus of the vaccine, even just for side effects. Things like headaches, muscle aches, fatigue that will be published continuously as more and more people get the virus, the vaccine so we can see what it looks like when 100,000 people get it or 200,000 people get it. I also want to kind of push back on the idea that there will be a mandatory vaccination for people in the hospital. We actually haven't seen that anywhere that I have seen where that's been published. Yet. I think that there will be unease in actually. To vaccinations to start just to make sure that there is a community by in because I do think that the idea that people are hesitant towards a mandatory vaccination so early is reasonable. Right, and that we want to make sure that people are feeling that they're coming to this with the best comfort they can, and depending on how many people volunteered to be vaccinated early, we may not have to see mandatory vaccinations in order to protect the health care workforce early on. Just tell people they can't have it. Then everyone will want it. That's always the way it is right. Right. It's like all these kids who want to go to school now so badly when in the history of humanity have kids wanted to go to school? Rather can I skip school today? Because they can't. Um, before you go Actually one question on schools and one question on Trump's. It's since we were just talking about vaccines and the timing just President Trump. Deserve some credit in your opinion for his operation warp speed. We know he's been so counterproductive to encouraging public health behaviors in so many ways during this You know, preferring his magic bullet approach of hyping vaccines and hydroxyl. Because he was so focused on the magic bullet contribute to these various vaccines being ready this fast or with the pharmaceutical companies have done it like this anyway. The answer is yes. He helped us get here this fast on. I will say that with the knowledge that that came with a massive American sacrifice on don't think that we could acknowledge both things at the same time, the unilateral focus on therapeutics and vaccinations with an overwhelming financial support and the guarantee that we were gonna purchase Vaccine doses, which gave the industry comfort that they were having less financial risk in the production of these vaccines early on, which is why we can deliver it so quickly, no doubt accelerated the timeline for the delivery of this vaccine to people's arms, assuming it gets approved. But that must have Ah asterisk. That that choice was made against virtually every single public health measure that would have prevented an overwhelming number of people dying, including the 3000 people that died yesterday. And lastly on schools and we have a minute left. We've gotten everybody's opinion on this. So get yours in Michigan. Governor. Wittmer is now ordering high schools and colleges to halt in person classes. Here in New York Elementary School classes reopen next Monday. Despite the rising positivity rate does the data show that little kids spread the virus to their teachers last In high school in student college students. Spread it more because you can't stop teenagers from social gathering. Right. The answer is, yes, the data. The data supports the idea that investing in K through five even K through eight. Education is in person. Learning is safe for teachers and students, and that when you get through over the age of 12 middle high schoolers, I had certainly to college students that the risk ratio stops being beneficial necessarily for the spread, and we should Focus on especially since they do so much outside of school work right today. It's the aggregation in the congregation outside of school of these students that brings the risk back in. It's not the school environment that's always a good arrest for spread. It's the fact that these air kids that mobilize themselves separate from their families more right. Second graders don't generally go out to the park and hang out with their friends without a mask or supervision. And, unfortunately, high schoolers, D O. So I agree with both the Michigan decision and the New York decision to focus on elementary education for both social, emotional learning, and for academic learning. Absolutely. Dr Derek CASS, emergency physician at the Columbia University Medical Center and a Yahoo news medical contributor..

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"federal administration" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

06:08 min | 1 year ago

"federal administration" Discussed on KQED Radio

"For secretary of the interior, she would be the first indigenous Cabinet member. Biden was swept into the White House, in part by a wave of support from tribes across the country. Once he's there can he deliver for Native Americans joining us now to talk about that, and the record turnout across Indian country is Holland's colleague, Democratic representative. Sure, Reese David's. She's a member of the whole Czech nation, and she represents the third District in Kansas, which is just south west of Kansas City. Congresswoman David. Welcome back to 10. Thank you so much. It's good to be here. You were elected to Congress back in 2018 alongside depth. Holland. What do you think about reports that she's being considered for Cabinet seat? I think it's really exciting. I think that you know, even though rap Holland and I were the first to native women elected in 2018. You know, she has been just a fierce advocate and organizer in Indian country for a really long time and you know, she has worked with tribal governments and native communities and Has also worked with local administration at the state level and even at the federal level to help Just to help tribal communities and I think she really understands the consequences of the Federal administration and how that impacts Indian country. How do you think this could change the relationship between the federal government in tribal nations? You know, I think that one of the most exciting things that I saw during the course of the Biden Harris campaign was that They were doing outreach and asking questions and trying to get more native voices included so that when the Biden administration starts that will see really active engagement listening. On bleeder ship when it comes to the federal government's relationship with tribal governments and native communities, and I think AB. Holland brings something to that conversation into the table that we haven't seen before. Not only would it be historic for her to be the secretary of interior. It would also, I think, demonstrate that that the Biden administration Um, is really actually showing up in the way that we we saw the beginning of during his campaign for the presidency. Six indigenous candidates won their congressional elections this month. That's that includes you. What does it mean to you to have more native candidates elected office? It brings joy to my heart, I guess is one of the things I would say. But, um having more native folks in Congress is going to mean that the Education of native issues amongst our colleagues is going to be increased. There's three Democrats and three Republicans now is part of the Native American Caucus and It's a demonstration. I think of the diversity of tribal communities and that you know there are I look at it is a place where we can really see some some bipartisanship going forward, Which is something that I think a lot of people would really like to see. We got this tweet from freedom to be. Who asks, what are some of the difficulties that might be present? During the attempt to undo Trump's damage to native American rights and sovereignty. How many departments might have to work together? You know, I think that one of the things that we're going to see, um, with Biden Harris administration is A recognition of just how important the programs that the federal government has in the resource is that the federal government needs to be you know, putting into different communities, native communities, of course, but communities across the country And it is absolutely imperative that the departments are working together and that the departments across the border working with uh with communities hand in hand to try to figure out what the most effective Path forward is going to be particularly when we're in the middle of a pandemic. This public health crisis has certainly demonstrated the need tol work with communities toe work with our state and local governments. Theo, try to get this thing under control. Talking to Democratic representative Cherie's David's of Kansas. She's a member of the whole Chunk nation and she was re elected to Congress this month. As you said, we're still in the middle of a worsening covert pandemic, and state leaders are looking at shutting things down. Two of the hardest hit counties in Kansas. Johnson and Wyandotte are in your district. How are you addressing this crisis right now? I appreciate you asking about how things were going in Kansas and in Johnson County and Wyandotte County, because it's been hard. I mean, one of the most important things that I feel like I can do is to be constantly advocating to get the resource is that we need to our our county's or state and local governments and Have been pushing for bipartisan relief package and I hope that we're going to be able to get that done. How hopeful argue that you'll be able to get that next aid package passed. There's been gridlock in Congress for for so long now. You know, I think it's been really frustrating, Um, for frustrating is probably not even strong enough of a word for what the people who are being impacted by the pandemic, whether it's there Health and well being or their economic security. That's being threatened to see there being so much gridlock. You know, I think the leadership of both of our parties Needs toe. Continue working on getting a package done, and that needs to be our number one priority..

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"federal administration" Discussed on A Desi Woman with Soniya Gokhale

A Desi Woman with Soniya Gokhale

08:04 min | 1 year ago

"federal administration" Discussed on A Desi Woman with Soniya Gokhale

"Welcome back to another episode of a Deysi Woman Podcast I'm your host Sonia Klay, and the voices I am seeking may have never been heard before, but their stories deserve to be told what is a day see woman she's a dynamic fearless and strong woman she is your mother, your grandmother, your daughter, your sister she is every one of us who is on an endless pursuit of self empowerment and fulfillment. I am Sogno Klay and I am a Deysi Woman Hello I'm Sonia go play and welcome to another edition of a day deysi woman podcast I. AM delighted to be joined today by covet the Mara who is executive director of New York City based Sake for South Asian women. Sake was founded in nineteen, eighty nine in New York City and the second oldest South Asian women's organization in the United States which founded to promote women's rights to end violence against women. They Unites Survivors, communities, and institutions to eradicate domestic violence and work together to create strong and healthy communities. Sake uses an integrated approach that combines support in power meant do service delivery, community, engagement advocacy, and policy initiatives. Covet the I joined sake as an intern in two thousand two while in her second year. After her experience, she hoped to come back specifically to lead the organization and in June of twenty seven tomb, she was named it Fifth Executive Director. During her tenure sake has been. Welling in leaps and bounds and has even launched a trauma informed mental health program a transitional. Housing Program. Welcome to the show at the key for having me Sonia Covid Our country on the wound is facing an unprecedented global pandemic with Kovac. Nineteen New York City was especially hit hard by the spend AMAC and even stay at home orders lifting an areas reopening. There's still an increase in stressors as a result of the pandemic, not most domestic partners and families are spending more time together at home for extended periods of time, and this can also result in higher stress levels. What is sucky seeing an experiencing in the midst of this unprecedented global pandemic? That is a great question Sonia. So I wanted to opportunity to take a step back and describe what the last several months have been like for us on the ground at Sake and the community that we work with and the survivors that we work with here in New York. City to on March twelve is when our team went remote, which was weak at almost a week before the New York City school system before most of New York recruit down. And we realized that given the work that we do. We need to have a very aggressive sense of reach to the survivors that we work with specifically to talk about safety planning because as York City was starting to shut down to address one public health a DEMOC-. We knew a second public health epidemic was going to be on the rise, which is gender based violence intimate partner violence a shelter in place to into effect in New York City. And that was clearly the case. So my colleagues who work directly with survivors as they were having those calls around safety planning specifically for the survivor at work at that live with those individuals who inflict harm upon them. They were also indicating that there was an immediate sense of fear in our community and that sense of fear in our community was coming up through the economic instability that was almost immediately felt as a result of the pandemic. So when we think about. Intersection -ality. This is this is a case in point in which. The survivors that we work with are living layered lives and so as they are experiencing or have had experienced forms of intimate partner violence or gender based violence, they're also experienced in other forms of reality. which might include Economic instability, which might also include immigration instability and all of that was coming a what we knew at that moment is that our response is in organization needed to think about how we were continuing to commute to communicate to the survivors that we work with that in the midst of the moments through March and August in early, May when New York was in such a difficult dark place that we would continue to stand by our community and serve the community. No matter what. And I am incredibly proud of colleagues that I work with because this this the last few months have been so incredibly difficult. But we came together to it trust how we could step up and really be there for survivors in the midst of this moment. Over ninety percent of the survivors that sucky works with our emigrants sake also provides information services and advocacy to women who are pursuing legal residency. Many would hold the current administration responsible for causing heightened xenophobia and anti immigrant sentiment in this country what are you seeing covid though with sake and you work in this area? Yes. So Since the last four years since this administration has come into its its power. It's been clear that it is stoking fear and hatred towards. People of Color Immigrant communities must the Muslim community and we feel the ramifications of that. We feel the impact on federal policies. The have come into effect that are directly creating a sense of instability for the survivors that we work with. I'll give you an example about a year and a half to two years ago. The Federal Administration had decided to expand its definition of what they consider a public charge at a public charges. Essentially, someone who is deemed does a burden to the state, the nation state and therefore cannot be accepted into or it is then. CanNot Receive Immigration Status Permanent Immigration status to the United States. On so the administration decided to expand its definition. And while many of the survivors that we work with. Are Not. Deemed as a public charge. It still has resulted in Greek deep sense of fear in the community. So. While we've been doing a lot of work around covid relief efforts. One of the things that we've been doing has been around food security work. So between the months of March, and August, we distributed sixteen thousand pounds of food. To serving fifteen hundred sorry fifteen hundred grocery deliveries to one hundred and seventy families. That's a tremendous amount of food in a very short period of time. Some of the survivors that we work with started to ask us is this considered a public charge. And we had to share that it is not considered a public charge. The work that we're doing is directly from second has.

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"federal administration" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

03:30 min | 1 year ago

"federal administration" Discussed on KOMO

"Max. Freed, felled with the union that represents about 900 post doctoral scholars says every year between 40 and 60 postdocs go without health insurance because of UW policy that needs to be changed, affecting mostly foreign scholars face of all the other challenges that international scholars and students are facing right now from all different areas, including the Federal administration. We think it's really important that we, you know, support our colleagues to make sure that everybody all prospects on campus health, he says. Under the policy postdocs paid by external grants or fellowships may not get health insurance while working at the university. You W administration has not responded with a comment. Looking ahead to this weekend, there will be closures along East Pine Street in Seattle's Capitol Hill neighborhood to bring back the black lives matter. Mural s dot removed the old mural last week to make room for the new one. Officials tweeted about it today and thank all the artists who worked with them to recreate the mural. Nine members of the Pierce County Sheriff Special Investigations Drug Unit, which was disbanded five months ago, have filed a $1.5 million claim against the prosecutor and former sheriff Paul Pastor. Who retired this week. Details from comas Carleen Johnson claims were filed this week as a precursor to lawsuits. The sheriff Special Investigations unit was disbanded in April after concerns arose that members had violated multiple policies. The alleged violations included writing fake police reports, all members were reassigned to other positions. But those members stand by their actions, insisting the false reports were part of a legal ruse to protect the lives of an informant and his family from a Mexican drug cartel. They claim the investigation was launched for political reasons. As one of the unit's members. Lieutenant Cynthia Fajardo is running for sheriff on Monday, she told the news Tribune. A fake reports were made to save the life of someone cooperating with law enforcement. There was no personal game, another officer wrote in the claim. My reputation and truthfulness are essential in this career field and both have been destroyed. Darling Johnson come on First Seattle grunge band with a gold record lands. Another honor, Cuomo's Ryan Harris tells us it comes from a local institution that needs your help to stay open. Alison chains is without a doubt right there at the top of the list of legendary Seattle music and now the group will lend its name and talent to help the Museum of popular culture as it receives Mo Pops highest honor the annual founder's award. The award ceremony is Mo Pop's biggest annual fundraiser even more critical this year. But Jacob McMurray, Mo. Pops exhibits director says As visitors return they've gotten creative beyond just social distancing over 70 touch strains in the galleries. So either removing those things making the interactive that you don't have to touch them were actually also provided styluses for visitors that they can actually the interactive with stylus is this year, The ceremony will stream online, including performances by Alice in chains and other musicians with their Own spin on the band's music. The MO pop founder's award show streams December 1st Brian Harris Camo News News time 9 40 For the Cuomos Sports Desk n ba Finals game to the Lakers beat the Heat 1 24 to 1 14. Travel, basketball and football fans cheering loud enough for their teams to hear them in Florida, Bill Schwartz explains. You have the Seahawks and the storm competing in the state of Florida this weekend. Seattle in control of the W N B A Finals Game one thanks to Ah, hot, shooting second quarter from their star player..

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"federal administration" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

01:40 min | 1 year ago

"federal administration" Discussed on WTOP

"To get the federal administration to back off and leave our city. It will happen all across the United States. CBS's Carter Evans says the president is sending officers into more cities. More than 200 federal agents have been sent to Kansas City. A similar number are now heading to Chicago, which has seen a 48% rise in the murder rate over the last year. And 35 agents are deploying to Albuquerque, Chicago. Mayor Lori Lightfoot calls it a smokescreen. The president is trying to divert attention from his failed leadership on covert 19 she says she'll sue if federal agents overstep their bounds in her city. CBS News Update. I'm Deborah Rodriguez Derrick Show, Vin, the former Minneapolis police officer who was charged with murder in Is now also charged with his wife with multiple felony counts of tax evasion. The Minneapolis Star Tribune reports the couple's accused of failing to claim more than $460,000 of income and not paying proper sales tax on a $100,000 BMW that they registered in Florida. Kelly show Vin fire and filed for divorce earlier this year. Straight ahead and update on the corona virus in the U. S. And in this area. It's 7 34 loving this phone tour of the GLC awesome gland to help. Oh, can you change the interior color to pink? Sure can, sir. More coral think. How is this perfect head to the Mercedes Been summer event and get the car of your dreams stop in schedule, a private showroom appointment or shop online with virtual tours and contact, free delivery and participating dealers. Mercedes Benz.

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"federal administration" Discussed on KTOK

KTOK

01:50 min | 1 year ago

"federal administration" Discussed on KTOK

"Group of governors urging the White House to not change current Corona virus reporting protocol. The bipartisan National Governors Association is urging the Trump administration to delay that changes the hospital reporting requirements, which were announced on Monday for 30 days. Governor Larry Hogan, the chair of the N G, a writing in a statement, thes sudden changes by the Federal Administration impose undue burdens on our state health departments and hospital systems, which are already working at full capacity. The administration has stated that they plan to utilise this data to better allocate supplies. And drugs to all 50 states in Washington. John Decker Fox News, a major airline makes a deal that could keep some pilots from losing their jobs. United Airlines and its pilot's union have a deal to limit involuntary furloughs. Airlines are dealing with a dramatic plunge in demand because of the Corona virus. They're two different packages. Pilots age 62 or older being offered an early retirement deal. There's another program that will allow pilots to leave voluntarily or reduce their hours while keeping their health benefits and staying current on their training. Airlines air hesitant to layoff pilots during a downturn because it's expensive to retrain them when they return to work, United is sending out notices of potential furloughs to 36,000 employees in the US That includes more than 2200 pilots. GeneCo's Silda Fox knew and early and key adviser to Reverend Martin Luther King Jr has died. The Reverend C. T. Vivian organized pivotal campaigns during the civil rights movement and spent decades advocating for justice and equality. In the 19 forties, he began staging sit ins in Peoria, Illinois. He met King in 1955 after the Montgomery bus boycott and help organize the freedom rise. It eventually forced federal.

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"federal administration" Discussed on WDRC

WDRC

02:51 min | 1 year ago

"federal administration" Discussed on WDRC

"Three advanced. You can try a full 30 day bottle free. Just pay, shipping and handling. No strings attached. No obligations and no commitment to buy. Call 1 803 879903 1 803 8799031 803 879903 A group of governors urging the White House to not change current Corona virus reporting protocol. Bipartisan National Governors Association is urging the Trump administration to delay that changes The hospital reporting requirements, which were announced on Monday for 30 days, Governor Larry Hogan, the chair of the N G, a writing in a statement, thes sudden changes by the Federal Administration, impose undue burdens on our state health departments and hospital systems. Which are already working at full capacity. The administration has stated that they plan to utilise this data to better allocate supplies and drugs to all 50 states. In Washington, John Decker fucks a major airline makes a deal that could keep some pilots from losing their jobs. United Airlines and its pilot's union have a deal to limit involuntary furloughs. Airlines are dealing with a dramatic plunge in demand because of the Corona virus. They're two different packages. Pilots age 62 older being offered an early retirement deal. There's another program that will allow pilots to leave voluntarily or reduce their hours while keeping their health benefits and staying current on their training. Airlines air hesitant to layoff pilots during a downturn because it's expensive to retrain them when they return to work, United is sending out notices of potential furloughs to 36,000 employees in the US That includes more than 2200 pilots. GeneCo's Olga Fox knew and early and key adviser to Reverend Martin Luther King Jr has died. The Reverend C. T. Vivian organized pivotal campaigns during the civil rights movement and spent decades advocating for justice and equality. In the 19 forties, he began staging sit ins in Peoria, Illinois. He met King in 1955 after the Montgomery bus boycott and help organize the freedom rise. It eventually forced federal intervention across the South. Reverend Vivian was 95. Hi, Lisa. Sarah, This is new. Talk of Connecticut. Weather Sunny today. Highs in the low nineties mostly clear tonight lows in the upper sixties. Sunny and hot tomorrow highs in the upper nineties. Chance of showers Monday High 95 Get the latest forecast online at talk of Conn dot com. The size of the cheque, Terry Ville Chevrolet pays you for your car or truck is you down? That's a big check. This is Jeff inviting you to terrible Chevrolet. We're buying cars.

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"federal administration" Discussed on Liberty Talk FM

Liberty Talk FM

02:12 min | 1 year ago

"federal administration" Discussed on Liberty Talk FM

"Aronson. They have any questions? Email me and Bubba bubba train dot com That's little direction Train to help you be better. Bubba treating dot com. A group of governors urging the White House to not change current Corona virus reporting protocol. Bipartisan National Governors Association is urging the Trump administration to delay the changes The hospital reporting requirements, which were announced on Monday for 30 days, Governor Larry Hogan, the chair of the N G, a writing in a statement, thes sudden changes by the Federal Administration, impose undue burdens on our state health departments and hospital systems. Which are already working at full capacity. The administration has stated that they plan to utilise this data to better allocate supplies and drugs to all 50 states. In Washington, John Decker fucks a major airline makes a deal that could keep some pilots from losing their jobs. United Airlines and its pilot's union have a deal to limit involuntary furloughs. Airlines are dealing with a dramatic plunge in demand because of the Corona virus. They're two different packages. Pilots age 62 were older being offered an early retirement deal. There's another program that will allow pilots to leave voluntarily or reduce their hours while keeping their health benefits and staying current on their training. Airlines air hesitant to layoff pilots during a downturn because it's expensive to retrain them when they return to work, United is sending out notices of potential furloughs to 36,000 employees in the US that includes more than 2200 pilots. GeneCo's Silda Fox News and early and key adviser to Reverend Martin Luther King Jr has died. The Reverend C. T. Vivian organized pivotal campaigns during the civil rights movement and spent decades advocating for justice and equality. In the 19 forties, he began staging sit ins in Peoria, Illinois. You met King in 1955 after the Montgomery bus boycott and helped organize the freedom rides. It eventually forced federal intervention across the South. Reverend Vivian was 95. Lisa Sarah, this is America's ready to get back at Steve, Check out. This guy's like, Yeah..

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Trump threatens to cut federal aid if schools don't reopen

AP News Radio

00:37 sec | 1 year ago

Trump threatens to cut federal aid if schools don't reopen

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"federal administration" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

02:01 min | 2 years ago

"federal administration" Discussed on KOMO

"You visit dispatch health dot com to learn about medical professionals that make house calls dispatch health covered by most insurance south Wayne has your call forecast mostly cloudy conditions returned this morning but partly cloudy skies expected later this afternoon my temps today in the upper forties and then some wet weather returns tomorrow and with it comes a series of these systems are watching the next weather maker bring the rain on Tuesday and sticking around with the wet weather through the end of the week on set point in a comma weather center right now in everyday it's forty degrees Bremerton forty four it is to qualify forty to Tacoma forty three degrees downtown Seattle also forty three degrees come on use time five thirty six snow packs across much of the Pacific Northwest are far below their average for this time of year according to the US department of agriculture almost the entire cascade range has half the average of median snow for why that should happen this time of year the rest of the western U. S. however has above average snow packs namely California the head of the federal administration or Federal Aviation Administration is set to testify before a house panel about the agency's review of Boeing's grounded seven thirty seven MAX administrator Steve Dixon set to go before the house transportation committee on when stay writers reports it is unlikely the seven thirty seven Max will be cleared to fly by the end of December the FAA has faced criticism from lawmakers who question the agency's prior decisions to delegate many of the seven thirty seven certification tasks to Boeing was Kelly Koopmans reporting Seattle police are investigating after a man was found dead inside an R. V. firefighters responded to a possible overdose situation near thirty Sixth Avenue south and south Adams on Sunday morning turns out the fifty one year old had been shot Seattle police department now asking the public for information that could help peace this investigation to gather a Seattle woman's collection of classic vinyl records has been stolen now she hope.

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"federal administration" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

01:41 min | 3 years ago

"federal administration" Discussed on KQED Radio

"At the yellow vest protests ransack shops and the news shows avenue and several buildings on fire. Buying Heidi said, they were able to save a woman in her child from the burning building interior minister called the rioters killers and presidents honesty. Crackdown and he said want to destroy the Republic. The government said it would announce new measures this week to alter violent, troublemakers. There was a slight boost in turnout this week with thirty two thousand protestors around the country. Recent demonstrations have been much smaller than when the movement began but much more violent the cost of damages cleanup and lost sales for businesses across the country is estimated to be more than a billion dollars for NPR news. I'm Jake sagana row in Paris after six years of negotiations Southwest Airlines in its mechanics union says they are close to a preliminary agreement on a new contract the tentative deal needs to be approved by the by the twenty four hundred mechanics who will get a twenty percent raise. If it's authorized the agreement comes after the federal administration Aviation Administration warned that the deteriorating relationship between the company and the union threatened to undermine southwest safety management system, south west had complained about mechanics, flagging, minor maintenance issues to force unnecessary flight canceled. Nations, I'm Janine Herbst. And you're listening to NPR news from Washington. Support for NPR comes from NPR stations. Other contributors include the Charles Stewart Motte foundation for more than ninety years supporting efforts to promote a just equitable and sustainable society more at dot org and the corporation for public broadcasting..

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