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Congress can get Trump tax records, appeals court rules
"I'm Mike Gracia reporting an appeals court rules Congress can get former president Trump's tax records A federal appeals court has agreed with the lower court ruling saying Congress can access former president Donald Trump's tax returns a three judge panel of the U.S. Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia circuit agreed with U.S. district judge Trevor mcfadin a Trump appointee who in a December ruling said the chairman of the House ways and means committee has brought authority to request the records The House ways and means panel first requested Trump's tax returns in 2019 Under the Trump administration the Justice Department defended the decision by then treasury secretary Steven Mnuchin to withhold the tax returns from Congress Mnuchin argued the records were being sought by Democrats for partisan reasons Mike Gracia Washington
Supreme Court won't let Biden implement immigration policy
"The Supreme Court halts a Biden administration deportation policy and agrees to hear arguments this winter A Supreme Court order issued Thursday stops a Homeland Security directive that would have prioritized deportations of people in the country illegally who posed the greatest public safety risk The Biden administration tried to update a Trump era policy that deported people regardless of criminal history and ended up having to request an emergency ruling after conflicting decisions by two different federal appeals courts The order freezes the policy for now and the court says it will hear arguments in the case in late November The vote was 5 to four with conservative justice Amy Coney Barrett joining liberal justices and saying they would have allowed the new guidance the order was the first public vote for new justice katangi Brown Jackson Jennifer King Washington
Prominent Conservatives Issue Report Rebutting Trump Election Claims
"A group of conservatives now reading from a CNN article, a group of conservatives, including prominent lawyers and retired federal judges issued a 72 page report. Categorically rebutting each of the claims made in court by former president Donald Trump in his supporters over the 2020 election results. So you've got a group of these jurists. Who are we talking about? Thomas B Griffith, retired federal appeal court judge, J Michael ludig. A guy I know, Michael McConnell, a very smart guy, and professor at Stanford University, former solicitor general Ted Olson, former U.S. senator John Danforth, and Gordon Smith. And a couple of other people. Now CNN does admit quote several of them are longtime Trump critics. So these are these are kind of never Trump jurists. And they contend, and it looks like this report. It's a 72 page report that was produced to help the January 6th committee. In other words, they're working in a sense to support the democratic narrative on this. And they say that Trump and his supporters quote had an obligation to recognize the election debate was over. Now, on what basis do they come to this remarkable conclusion? Well, it turns out, all that they do is they review in some depth, the cases that went before various courts. Now they admit this group does that many of these cases were not adjudicated. Some of them were dismissed for lack of standing or you filed it in the wrong court. You should have filed this one before the election. And this one is now moot. And so it seems to me that, I mean, I don't have difficulty believing that in those cases, filed in the immediate aftermath of the election, there was insufficient evidence there. That the election was stolen.
Administration seeks Supreme Court OK on deportation policy
"The Biden administration is asking the Supreme Court to allow it to put in place guidance that prioritizes deportation of people in the country illegally who pose the greatest public safety risk The emergency request to the court on Friday follows conflicting decisions by federal appeals courts over a September directive from Homeland Security that pause deportation unless individuals had committed acts of terrorism espionage or egregious threats to public safety The guidance issued after Joe Biden became president updated a Trump era policy that removed people in the country illegally regardless
Roy Moore’s defamation suit against Baron Cohen rejected
"Comedian Sasha Baron Cohen has scored another legal win over a former U.S. Senate candidate A federal appeals court in New York has dealt another blow to former Alabama Supreme Court Justice Rory Moore more who was an ally of president Donald Trump ran for the U.S. Senate in 2017 During that time he faced allegations of having pursued romantic and sexual relationships with teenage girls when he was in his 30s During that time Sacha Baron Cohen taped him in a TV appearance in which he used a mock pedophile detector that went off in Moore's presence More sued for defamation but a lower court ruled in favor of Baron Cohen noting that more signed a disclosure that barred him from suing the appeals court has now upheld that ruling A Moscow's Gabriel
FDA Suspends Ban on Juul While Vaping Company Appeals
"I'm Mike Gracia reporting the FDA temporarily suspends its order banning jewel E cigarette sales The Food and Drug Administration has issued an administrative stay on its order for vaping company Juul to stop sales of its electronic cigarettes In a post on Twitter Tuesday the FDA said the stay is temporary while it conducts further review but the order issued last month has not been rescinded The initial FDA action banning Juul sales was issued June 23rd one day later a federal appeals court temporarily blocked the FDA order To stay on the market vaping companies must show their E cigarettes benefit public health as improving adult users are likely to quit or reduce their smoking and
Federal appeals court greenlights federal deportation policy
"I'm Mike Gracia reporting a federal appeals court greenlights of federal deportation policy A federal appeals court is allowing the Biden administration to make changes to Trump era federal guidance on the deportation of people in the U.S. illegally In September a directive from the U.S. Department of Homeland Security paused deportations a less individuals had committed acts of terrorism espionage or egregious threats to public safety Trump era policy allowed for deportations regardless of criminal history or community ties Arizona Ohio and Montana sued to stop the Biden administration policy arguing it would lead to an increase in crime and strain law enforcement resources But the 6th U.S. circuit Court of Appeals overturned the judge's preliminary injunction saying the states couldn't prove the injuries they alleged I'm Mike
Appeals Court Delays FDA's Ban on Juul E-Cigarettes
"Mike Gracia reporting Juul can keep selling E cigarettes as a court blocks in FDA ban A federal appeals court Friday temporarily blocked a government order for Juul to stop selling its electronic cigarettes A three judge panel of the U.S. Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia granted Jules request for a temporary hold while it appeals the sales ban On Thursday the Food and Drug Administration said Juul must stop selling its vaping device and its tobacco and menthol flavored cartridges The FDA action was part of a sweeping effort to bring scientific scrutiny on the vaping industry after years of regulatory delays Mike Gracia Washington
An appeals court finds Florida's social media law unconstitutional
"Federal appeals court ruled a Florida law on social media is unconstitutional a three judge panel concluded it was overreach for governor Ron DeSantis and the Republican led Florida legislature to tell social media companies how to conduct their work under the constitution's guarantee of free speech The ruling upholds a similar decision by a Florida federal district judge on the law It was part of an overall conservative effort to portray social media companies as generally liberal in outlook and hostile to ideas outside of that viewpoint especially from the political right a similar law is in effect in Texas tech companies want the Supreme Court to step in there I'm Ed
"federal appeals court" Discussed on WTOP
"Of the Senate Judiciary Committee's confirmation hearings for Supreme Court nominee She is now a federal appeals court judge as we've been reporting of course if she's confirmed she would be the first black woman on the Supreme Court WTO's Mitchell Miller is on Capitol Hill Judge Jackson has been asked about a wide range of issues including her views on roe versus wade which she sees as settled law but Republicans have zeroed in on her handling of sentencing and child pornography cases which Missouri senator Josh hawley argues has not been tough enough I am questioning your discretion and your judgment That's exactly what I'm doing I want to assure you senator that I take these cases very seriously Democrats have praised her for being a judge who's thoughtful and fair But South Carolina Republican Lindsey Graham questioned her about support from liberal groups Did you notice that people from the left were pretty much cheering you on A lot of people were sharing me on That's true On Capitol Hill Mitchell Miller WTO Judge Jackson will face a second and final day of questions tomorrow 1133 now Ukrainian forces launched an aggressive counterattack in the southern part of the country today saying that they've retaken a strategic suburb of the capital Kyiv Russian troops have been firing multiple air strikes in populated areas of several Ukrainian cities but their ground offensive in many parts of the country seems to be advancing very slowly if at all CBS Holly Williams reports from Umar Across Ukraine ordinary people have mobilized to defend their towns and villages Video filmed by a shopkeeper shows him helping to ambush Russian tanks At this checkpoint we met Anatolia I think loaded a pig farmer armed with his own hunting rifle He says the biggest thing he ever shot before was a goat Ukraine's president volodymyr zelensky says peace talks with Russia have been tough and sometimes confrontational but he says step by step we are moving forward This is WTO news CBS News special report at least one person has died in New Orleans as people assess damage from a tornado that tore through parts of the city This man lives in the West Bank The phone.
Biden nominates Jackson, first Black woman, to Supreme Court
"President Biden has made his Supreme Court pick my nominee for United States Supreme Court judge cantante jacks she would be the high court's first black woman Jackson is a federal appeals court judge here in Washington in the president's words a proven consensus builder and someone who knows the law must work for the American people she strives to be fair to get it right to do justice standing alongside him in the White House thank you again Mr president for this extraordinary honor if confirmed Jackson would replace justice Stephen Bryer for whom she once clerked as the court waste cases including abortion and voting rights Sager mag ani Washington
Biden Nominates Ketanji Brown Jackson to Supreme Court
"Biden will nominate judge Kate Brown Jackson to fill the vacancy on the U.S. Supreme Court. It would be, of course, of course, the first black woman nominated to be a justice on the nation's highest court, fulfilling his promise. She's 51 years old. She serves on the U.S. Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia circuit. Interestingly, she is has only served and she'd be the youngest second youngest justice on the current court justice Amy Coney Barrett turned 50 in January. She only David souter. Came to the Supreme Court with less time on the federal appeals court. She is only served on the federal appeals court for 8 months. She was nominated a district court 8 months ago, you know what's an interesting fact, she's related by marriage to Paul Ryan. The former House speaker, who gave her a hearty endorsement. Paul Ryan of all people, the former House speaker, her husband's twin brother, is married to Paul Ryan's wife's sister.
Biden nominates Ketanji Brown Jackson to Supreme Court
"President Biden is nominating could kanji brown Jackson for the Supreme Court Jackson says her interest in the law began as a preschooler while her dad was in law school they'd sit at the dining table she with coloring books he with law books she eventually graduated from Harvard law just last year the president elevated her to the federal appeals court for the DC circuit to wear three current justices also sat Jackson bird three GOP votes while being confirmed the fifty one year old was a federal trial court judge before that if confirmed this time would be the high court's first black female justice Sager met Ghani at the White House
Federal Appeals Court Blocks Joe Biden's Vaccine Mandate
"Daily wire just some examples Federal appeals court blocks Biden's staggeringly over broad vaccine mandate This is the 5th circuit Court of Appeals they did this late on Friday calling it as I said staggeringly over broad The three judge panel in New Orleans ruled that Biden's mandate grossly exceeds osha's statutory authority something I told you right here I mean read the statute Now the Obama lawyers read the statute they didn't give a damn And writing that rather than a delicately handled scalpel the mandate is one size fits all sledgehammer that makes hardly any attempt to account for differences in workplaces and workers They have more than a little bearing on workers varying degrees of susceptibility to the supposedly grave danger the mandate purports to address This is a quote from them Judges Curt the englehart Edith H Jones who would have been outstanding on the Supreme Court on her day And Stuart Kyle Duncan said that the mandate imposed financial burdens on businesses They could potentially violate the constitution while it does Writing the mandate imposes a financial burden of on them by deputizing their participation in ocean's regulatory scheme exposes them to severe financial risk if they refuse or fail to comply And threatens to decimate their workforces and business prospects by forcing unwilling employees to take their shots take their tests or hit the road The court stayed the mandate in a ruling Saturday writing that there were potentially grave statutory and constitutional issues with the mandate
Federal court declines to lift stay on vaccine mandate
"A federal appeals court is keeping in place it's halt to the by did ministrations vaccine mandate for businesses with one hundred or more workers the fifth circuit court of appeals in New Orleans rejected the government's arguments for lifting the emergency state the court imposed last week lawyers for the labor and justice department argued stopping the vaccine mandate from taking the fact that large companies will prolong the pandemic and caused dozens even hundreds of lives every day but judge Kurt Engelhardt wrote from economic uncertainty to workplace strife the mere specter of the mandate has contributed to untold economic upheaval and that this day is firmly in the public interest at least twenty seven states have filed legal challenges after
Appeals court temporarily blocks imminent release of Trump White House records
"Hi Mike Ross you're reporting a court temporarily delays release of former president trump's January sixth records a federal appeals court has temporarily blocked release of records from the trump White House sought by a U. S. house committee investigating the January sixth insurrection at the U. S. capitol the U. S. court of appeals for the district of Columbia granted administrative stay sought by former president Donald Trump effectively delaying at least until the end of this month release of the records that were to be turned over Friday after president Joe Biden waived executive privilege on the records trump went to court arguing as a former president he still had the right to exert privilege over the records the U. S. district judge rejected those arguments Tuesday and that same judge denied an emergency motion by trump Wednesday might
Appeals court stays vaccine mandate on larger businesses
"A federal appeals court has temporarily halted the Biden administrations vaccine mandate for larger businesses the occupational safety and health administration rule requires workers at businesses with one hundred or more employees be vaccinated by January fourth or facemask requirements and weekly tests the fifth US circuit court of appeals has granted an emergency stay of that requirement the Weezy and as Attorney General Jeff Landry a Republican says the rule would impose medical procedures on the American people White House deputy press secretary Corinne jump here Friday called such characterizations I misread it is a standard for safe work place to either comply with weeklies testing or to be vaccinated president Biden has been encouraging widespread vaccinations is the quickest way out of the pandemic I'm
Appeals court allows Texas abortion law to stand
"A federal appeals court has rejected the Biden administration's latest attempt to undo Texas's new law banning most abortions it's the third time the fifth US circuit court of appeals has allowed the law to proceed since August known as Senate bill eight the Texas law bans abortions once cardiac activity is detected usually around six weeks no exceptions are made in cases of rape or incest the decision leaves the justice department and Texas abortion providers with the narrowing path to try stopping the law that's farts prevailed because of a unique structure that leaves enforcement up to private citizens anyone who brings a successful lawsuit against an abortion provider for violating the law is entitled to claim at least ten thousand dollars in damages the Biden administration argues that amounts to a bounty I'm
Justice Department asks court to stop Texas abortion law
"The justice department again urged the courts to suspend Texas's abortion law Monday night the latest attempt comes just days after a federal appeals court reinstated what is now the most restrictive abortion law in the country after a lower court suspended it the law has proved durable because the state offloads enforcement of private citizens who can collect at least ten thousand dollars in damages if they successfully sue abortion providers the justice department told the court if Texas's scheme is permissible no constitutional right is safe from state sanctioned sabotage of this kind wording that seem to be a message to the Supreme Court to take up the case meanwhile it's not clear when the appeals court will decide whether to extend what is currently a temporary order allowing Texas's abortion law to stand I'm Julie
"federal appeals court" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM
"Sixties, one of the Beatles biggest musical rivals was Gerry and the Pacemakers. Both groups were signed by Brian Epstein. Jerry Marsden led the group with songs like Don't Let The Sun Catch You Crying, Very Cross the Mercy, and How do you Do It? Pacemakers version of you'll Never walk alone is an anthem for soccer club Liverpool. The group broke up in 1967 and Marston later had a career on British television marches are Aleta. Birthdays today after Dabney Coleman is 89 years old Hockey Hall of Famer Bobby Hall, 82. Musician Stephen Stills 76 actress Victoria principal's 71 actor Mel Gibson is 65. Breaking news and analysis at town hall dot com. A federal appeals court yesterday dismissed a lawsuit by representative Louie Gohmert of Texas and other Republicans had sought to expand vice President. Pence's legal authority to effectively overturn President elect Biden's electoral win. A three judge panel of the U. S Court of Appeals for the fifth Circuit affirmed the lower court judge's decision from Friday that the GOP plan there's lack the legal right to sue. The ruling was the latest setback for President Trump in his allies who have increasingly look two pence to challenge normal election protocols. He presides over the joint session of Congress on Wednesday. The three judge panel that issued the ruling Saturday comprised of Republican appointees, including two judges tap my former President Ronald Reagan and the Trump Appointee Bernie Bennett reporting. There's gonna be 118 women in the 117th Congress. 89 Democrats 29 Republicans. That's five Maura than the previous record of 25 back in 2000 and five Check out more in these stories by logging on to town hall dot com. I'm Rhonda Rocks, Tre. What kind of a dreary looking.
"federal appeals court" Discussed on 77WABC Radio
"A federal appeals court has rejected the Trump campaign's latest effort to stop the state from certifying the election for President elect Joe Biden. The case had been argued last week in a lower court by the president's attorney, Rudy Julie. Johnny, who claimed widespread voter fraud in Pennsylvania. But the third Circuit Court of Appeals ruled that quote the campaign's claims have no merit. The number of ballots it specifically challenges is far smaller than the roughly 81,000 vote margin of victory, and it never claims fraud or that any votes were cast by illegal voters. TEXAS Christian Fischer Trump campaign attorney general is posting the campaign will turn to the Supreme Court. Campaign paid for two counties in Wisconsin to recount their votes. Milwaukee County has now finished and says the results of the same AH large victory in the county for Joe Biden, the elections director says they found no evidence of fraud. Milwaukee County Clerk George Christenson, this recount demonstrated what we already know. That elections of Marquis County or fair? Transparent, accurate and secure, reaching a five day average of more than 4700 coronavirus cases a day Los Angeles is ordering its residents to stay home starting Monday, virtually all gatherings involving people from more than one household banned except for church services and protests. US is now eclipsed 13 million cases of the virus since the outbreak began, and more patients are requiring hospitalization. Nearly 90,000 Americans are currently hospitalized with Corona virus across the country. That is the 16th Day had a row. Those hospitalization records have been broken and the data shows That nearly 18,000 of those cases are in the ICU or critical care beds. Fox's Casey Stegall America is listening to Fox News. Now the latest from 77 to BBC and the BBC radio dot com I'm Bob Brown millions of people shopping online for black Friday deals, but many are still showing up in person, even during a pandemic. Why people keep coming? A lot of us have been here for last. Like six hours. People were waiting outside Willowbrook Mall in Wayne for stores to open this morning, despite a survey by the National Retail Federation showing fewer than half of Americans plan to shop in person on Black Friday. No one do it in person. Since we've been inside so much came out 12 o'clock until buy me a PlayStation. I want to make me some money. I'm Sara Lee Kessler for 77. W. ABC News. Well, things were mostly quiet around New York City in terms of shopping activity this black Friday, Long lines were reported yet again. A Corona virus testing sites one side on Staten Island, where the state has designated an orange zone. The wait time for a test. Was up to two hours. Cara Public school teacher hopes through testing schools can reopen Once again. I do think schools should be up in a few days, I saw.
"federal appeals court" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"And now, with this rise in Kobe cases, unfortunately, they're likely to be a continuation of accelerated digital paper. Just being good for these companies today and then separately, Bitcoin has been on quite the care and papal in square with their transactions in their investments. Have really done something very unusual and brought Bitcoin into the world of you know, in competition ones are regular transactions. At least we have to leave it there. But thank you so much. Always a pleasure, Felice Maranz. We do need to get to D C. Now, though, on Nathan Hager, That's some breaking news. Bonnie President Trump's plan. The trip to Gettysburg, Pennsylvania today has been abruptly canceled. CNN is reporting. A member of the Trump campaign has tested positive for the coronavirus. Earlier sources have told Bloomberg News. The president was going to travel with his lawyer Rudy Giuliani to a hotel where state Republican lawmakers air holding a hearing this afternoon on alleged vote irregularities Course. This comes after Pennsylvania certified President elect Biden's win in the state. In time. The Trump campaign is asking to have Giuliani argue its appeal in that case to federal court to the federal appeals court. Giuliani did make his first court appearance in nearly three decades last week to argue the case, occasionally showing rusty legal knowledge and making wild claims of vast voter fraud conspiracy That was before U. S. District Judge Matthew Brand issued a stinging dismissal over the weekend. In a filing today, the Trump campaign asked the U. S Court of Appeals in Philadelphia to schedule a hearing and allow Giuliani to present the arguments. President like Joe Biden is going to deliver a message of national unity this afternoon On the day before Thanksgiving. Biden's transition team says he will discuss the shared sacrifices Americans are making amid the coronavirus, Serge Chicago Mayor Lori Lightfoot's asking people in her city to actually make that sacrifice, asking every Chicago and to avoid travel and avoid visiting someone else's home. This Thanksgiving holiday and weekend President elect's address is expected around two PM Wall Street time. Bloomberg Radio will have it live Global News 24.
"federal appeals court" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot
"The president says his personal attorney, Rudy Giuliani, and former New Jersey governor Chris Christie, are assisting him with debate prep, he says each of them has been playing Biden in their practice sessions. Mr Trump says he hasn't prepped a lot. Because answering questions from White House reporters keeps him sharp. This whole thing, though, is that paper. You know what I do is debate prep every day. I'm taking questions from you people all the time. The president and Biden will face each other in the first presidential debate Tuesday night here in Ohio. Greg Clugston. Cleveland, Florida police as well as campaign officials say President Trump's former campaign manager Bread par scale has been hospitalized after he threatened harm himself. Lise officers had a talk part scale out of his house in Fort Lauderdale after his wife called to say that he had multiple firearms and was trying to hurt himself. Gas prices slip just a little bit over the past two weeks, the average gasoline prices slipped one penny in the past two weeks. The average is now to 25. That is a whopping 47 cents under what it was one year ago. You'll analyst Trilby Lundberg says there are several conditions keeping pump prices low. One is the seasonal decline and demand but we also have appointed news in unemployment. Ah, signaling lower demand and schools are but re opened. A federal appeals court is temporarily halt to the six day extension for counting absentee ballots in Wisconsin. The decision Sunday by the seventh U. S Circuit Court of Appeals is a momentary victory for Republicans as well as President Trump in the key. Presidential battleground state as it stands now, Ballots will now be Dubai. Eight PM on Election day on Wall Street down futures up 236 points News and analysis at townhall dot com. Does a person get rights? When a person is a person all.
"federal appeals court" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio
"A federal appeals court rejecting California's efforts to label roundup weed killer as a carcinogen the court ruled yesterday there's not enough evidence to back up the claim as only the World Health Organization has labeled the product as a probable carcinogen doing so in twenty fifteen bear which is only around a brand since twenty eighteen facing lawsuits from thousands of users and juries have awarded payments in the billions already so bear is appealing those verdicts arguing the chemical is safe to use and Beatles fans can breathe a sigh of relief as it turns out the street penny lane in Liverpool was not named after a slave trader last week in the midst of black lives matter protests which had spread around the world including to the U. K. the penny lane street sign in Liverpool was defaced thought to be named in honor of Jesus pennies a note for you seventeenth century slave merchants opposed abolition if confirmed the iconic road was in danger of being renamed but the international slavery museum is now debunked those suspicions issuing a statement reading in part we have concluded the comprehensive research available demonstrates there is no historical evidence linking penny lane James remember you can find us online anytime we're at U. S. A. radio dot com and for USA radio news I'm Chris Barnes sometimes life.
"federal appeals court" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK
"Federal appeals court gives judge Emmet Sullivan until June first to rule on whether to dismiss charges against former national security adviser Michael Flynn the case against Flynn was a key element and Robert Muller's Russia collusion investigation plan has admitted to lying to the FBI but the justice department wants the case dismissed fox's Ashley Strohmeyer and the fox news poll shows how Americans would vote if the presidential election were held today the poll shows that Democrats by with a forty eight to forty percent edge over the president just last month it was even at forty two percent fox's colonel Scott says the survey also shows if coded nineteen is still a threat sixty three percent say they favor mailing in a ballot America is listening to fox news thunderstorms giving way to the occasional showers so things tapering off just a bit and still we could see some flooding with rain continuing to fall and we will drop the temperature back to the low to mid sixties slight chance for showers and storms on Friday afternoon high near eighty Jeff you know for the weather channel on one oh six one FM talk next news in thirty minutes follow us on social media go to one oh six one FM talk dot com to connect this is Monica Lowe with Tony Marshall who's going to tell us more about his company and how apprenticeships NC has helped them I'm the president and CEO of artistry also known as innovative systems group and we provide cybersecurity services cyber security very interesting so tell us about how your company came to work with the apprenticeship and see one of the things about apprenticeship that most.
"federal appeals court" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM
"Circuit federal appeals court Friday issued a nationwide injunction blocking the trump administration order that asylum seekers from Mexico must stay in Mexico until their cases are heard but the full ninth circuit appeals court later voted unanimously to suspend that ruling which the White House in a statement called another reckless in junction which obstructs the executive branch from faithfully executing the immigration laws passed by Congress the house of representatives serves as narrowly approved a new tobacco legislation designed to curb teen vaping a bill passed narrowly by the house would ban flavors in tobacco products including E. cigarettes and menthol cigarettes this is legislation to protect our children house speaker Nancy Pelosi says Congress must respond to an epidemic of youth smoking in teen vaping but several Democrats joined a majority of Republicans opposing the measure North Carolina Republican Richard Hudson says it doesn't address the public health concern it's a big government liberal leads telling the dolls what they can and cannot do a house passed plan is not expected to win Senate support the White House is also issued a veto threat on Capitol Hill Jared Halpern fox news veterans groups and some lawmakers for calling for more to be done for veterans who served in a toxic base in whose Pakistan they're called K. two veterans service members who worked in the basin is Pakistan contaminated with radiation and chemical weapons Kim Brooks who lost her husband to brain cancer told a house subcommittee more needs to be done to help K. to families affected by illness is newly devastating to learn that there are so many others going through the same pain and loss that my family did without the support that they were promised Republican congressman mark green the Tennessee who also served at the base says he's now suffering from thyroid and colon cancers in Washington Rachel Sutherland.
"federal appeals court" Discussed on WTVN
"Federal appeals court upheld trump administration rules barring taxpayer funded family planning clinics from referring women for abortions Richard Cantu ABC news scattered rain and showers through the overnight with a low in the low forties and then on Tuesday a high near fifty degrees it'll be wet for the morning and the afternoon commute on Wednesday we'll see some rain in the morning and that changes in the wintry mix and snow showers in the afternoon I'm A. B. C. six first morning chief meteorologist Marshall make peak on your severe weather station newsradio six ten WTVN to talk to George Noory call the wildcard line at eight one eight five zero one four one zero nine the first time caller line is eight one eight five zero one four seven two one to talk toll free from east of the Rockies call eight hundred eight two five five zero three three from west of the Rockies toll free call eight hundred six one eight eight two five five to reach George via Skype user Skype name George nine seven three one three seven Georgia text message anytime at eight one eight two nine eight six five two one from the city of angels this is coast to coast AM with George Noory and of course we'll be back with your calls and Dr Wallich from critical health news dot com in just a moment to don't forget the number to call for assistance one eight five five nine four nine radio one eight five five nine four nine seven two three four the website critical health news dot com you get great information you can even email doc in pharmacist Ben Fuchs through that website well if you have been to the coast to coast AM dot com website looking for offense you have noticed that we have live shows coming up at least in Houston Asheville.
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"A federal appeals court will not take up president trump challenge to a lower court decision allowing his financial records to be presented to Congress A. P. that Jackie quit reports it likely set up an appeal to the nation's top court this spring the house oversight committee subpoenaed president trump's accounting firm seeking financial records since two thousand eleven he sued accusing the committee of exceeding its power but lost that case drop appealed and a three judge panel ruled against him and now the full district of Columbia appellate court has declined to take the case it's believed president trump's next step will be an appeal to the US Supreme Court Jackie Quinn Washington China tested its Mars lander for an international audience as it pushes to be involved in more space projects a demonstration of the lander hovering its ability to avoid obstacles and its deceleration capabilities was conducted outside Beijing where they recreated conditions on Mars where the pull of gravity is about one third that of earth China plans to launch a lander and rover to Mars next year to explore parts of the planet in detail China's space program achieved a lunar milestone earlier this year by landing a probe on the far side of the moon it has developed rapidly especially since I conducted its first mission with the crew in two thousand three the US has banned most space cooperation with China out of national security concerns keeping China from participating in the international space station guests at Thursday's event came from nineteen countries and included the ambassadors of Brazil France and Italy an ugly scene took place in the NBA in a game between the Detroit Pistons in the visiting Indiana Pacers in November of two thousand four a huge brawl broke out with a few players going into the stands fighting fans.
"federal appeals court" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer
"Needs to come before Congress as a material witness because he worked for Joe Biden at the same time hunter Biden was get money from corrupt all of guards I said good night to the media do your job and the camping world news for Kentucky's Republican governors as voters need to deny Democrats any victories in today's election it's our traditions our culture our history and our heroes they want to subjugate you and break you to their well but can he will never be broken in a tight contest between Republican incumbent Matt Bevin democratic challenger and the sheer voters in four states will cast ballots today a federal appeals court has upheld the president trop must turn over his tax returns to New York City prosecutors the Manhattan district attorney's office is seeking eight years of the president's personal and corporate tax returns for its investigation into hush money payments and the second US circuit court of appeals agrees trump lawyer J. secular says the president will appeal that ruling to the Supreme Court because the constitutional issues are significant the trouble legal team has argued that the president is immune from state criminal law Greg clutched in the White House after being named the incoming police commissioner in New York City chief of detectives stir bought Shea says he'd like to broaden community involved how do we prevent crime from happening in the first place I would love to get to that place in New York City replaces James o'neil who's retiring after three years in charge of the nation's largest police department this is Tom all are calm the following is not an actor but a real life story from Trinity debt management I was between jobs and we had over sixty four thousand dollars in credit card debt if you're into and you need help call.
"federal appeals court" Discussed on 860AM The Answer
"A federal appeals court in siding with president trump dismissed the lawsuit completely big win lots a wedding for president trump and he's going to need all the help we can get these going to be the wind is back to continue the momentum of this country has been having as it gets closer to real beat reelection in November of twenty twenty one welcome you into the Mike Gallagher show in the really factor dot com studios eight hundred six five five Mike is our number if you'd like to join us eight hundred six five five six four five three trying to find the details of this so I heard as I love this operation for two upcoming friendlies against Russia the US women's national team played the F. C. Dallas U. fifteen boys academy team and they lost five two to reserve fifteen year old kids could be big mouth Megan Rapinoe and her fellow team members so I like that I like that congratulations when was this I don't care again like to me said on a little little man eight hundred six five five Mike welcome into the Mike Gallagher show we all have those home.
"federal appeals court" Discussed on Talk 1260 KTRC
"A federal appeals court in New Orleans were Democrats you're trying to have a Texas court decision overturned district judge Reid o'connor declared that Congress made the law unconstitutional in twenty seventeen by zeroing out the tax on people who don't have insurance o'connor said the entire law falls when the mandate falls house speaker Nancy Pelosi is fighting that every family in America is one phone call one diagnosis one accident away for being fillets to pre existing conditions the cost that they incur and more importantly the toll they take on the health a family member the state department contends the special relationship between the US and Great Britain will survive the leak of emails by the British ambassador critical of president trump spokeswoman Morgan Ortega so we have an incredibly special and strategic relationship with the United Kingdom that has gone on for quite a long time and it's bigger than any individual it's bigger than than any government it's something that has stood the test of time and will continue to do so three people have been stabbed at a Nordstrom in Seattle two are in critical condition the police spokesman Sean what Kim says the suspect took his clothing all the suspect wasn't naked upon apprehension police say the stabbing appears to have been a random act less than two hours after beginning a special session called in response to a mass shooting Virginia lawmakers abruptly adjourned today without taking action the state house speaker Kurt **** was critical of governor Ralph nor the whole thing is just someone watching your stock lawmakers were summoned to consider a package of bills to put forward by northern in response to the Virginia beach massacre on Wall Street the Dow was down fifteen points.
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"A federal appeals court says the Trump administration can for now resume sending asylum seekers back into Mexico. The ninth circuit court of appeals issued a temporary stay that blocked. A ruling that told the Trump administration it couldn't some the migrants back into Mexico to await their asylum hearings because the policy failed to evaluate the dangers these people face in Mexico. The government appealed saying judge, Richard Seaborg's ruling was aronie ass- and it endangers the public during a humanitarian crisis at the border. The original injunction was sought by civil rights groups who are suing to change the policy, but lawsuit and the appeals process could take months. Jackie Quinn, Washington. Meanwhile, the president's threatening to place illegals, and so so-called sanctuary cities if local governments don't cooperate with immigration officials atop House Democrats telling the IRS a federal law clear. Airlie gifts congress the right to President Trump's tax returns, Richard Neal says the administration's failure to respond by April. Twenty third deadline could send the dispute indefensible court Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin is taking issue with Neil's characterization of the dispute as a straightforward issue, and he's critical of an arbitrary deadline. During a Friday speaks North Korean leader, Kim Jong UN included some restrictions on a potential third nuclear summit with the US. North Korea's leader says he's open to another summit with President Trump. But with conditions Kim Jong UN wants Washington to offer mutually acceptable terms for an agreement to salvage the high stakes nuclear diplomacy and by the end of the year, Shelley Adler reporting top Democrats are defending Representative Ilan Omar after President Trump retreat a video that was edited to suggest a freshman. Minnesota democrat was being dismissive of the significance of the worst.
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"Federal appeals court in Cincinnati is upheld an anti-abortion law Kentucky, Kentucky governor Matt Bevins' praising an appeals court decision to uphold HP to a law that requires doctors to perform ultrasounds and show fetal images to patients prior to having an. Abortion the thousand seventeen law was enacted shortly after the GOP took control of the state's legislature and was supported by Bevan's a staunch abortion opponent. The state's loan abortion clinic had sued over the law and one in a lower court, but the six circuit court of appeals upheld the law saying it doesn't violate a doctor's first amendment rights. Mark Remillard, ABC news. We hear about signs of a slowing economy, but employers apparently aren't worried yet the government says the number of first time claims for jobless benefits fell to their lowest level in March since December of nineteen sixty nine university of central Florida economist, Sean Snaith construction, of course, is strong. I think manufacturing has been surprisingly strong one sector struggling with ongoing structural changes. In the information sector on Friday. The Labor Department reports on employment in March. The polls are not amused. Police in Cracow Poland investigating after four English-speaking tourists were spotted on surveillance imagery strolling through a market square in. In lime green men Kinney's a LA the fictional character borat. If convicted each faces up to thirty days in jail and a thirteen hundred dollar fine. This is ABC news. Ready to create your own income with your own home based business where there's no such thing as getting laid off if a billionaire entrepreneur spent five years in twenty million dollars searching for the next big trend..
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"A federal appeals court considering whether the internet should be more regulated as net neutrality goes back to court President Obama the FCC passed rules that said internet service providers can't limit access to websites. So a company like Amazon can't pay to make their site faster at the expense of others in two thousand seventeen the FCC got rid of those rules. The FCC's Republican chairman said the FTC can handle any competition problems. A bunch of groups sued Michael beckerman is the president of the internet association to where they went through the room making big all evidence of what the market is. And they ignored all evidence of impact on consumers. DC circuit court of appeals will consider here whether broadband was properly classified as an information service instead of a telecommunications service, Jessica Rosenthal, Fox News Xouli public court documents show, the family behind the drug Oxycontin, made billions as they pushed to billion down the powerful painkiller longer. Details may public this week in a lawsuit filed. By the state of Massachusetts against Purdue pharma and the Sackler family apple says, it's sorry for a massive FaceTime security glitch after racing to disabled group FaceTime apple says it will issue. A software update to reenact. The feature for users next week the company credits, a fourteen year old Arizona boy for helping to discover the glitch the family tried for over a week to alert apple, but the company was slow to respond apple saying in a statement. We are committed to improving the process by which we receive escalate these reports in order to get them to the right people as fast as possible Christine Goodwin. Fox News Loria and Emilio Stefan will receive the library of congress Gershwin prize for popular song there the first Mary couple and the first song writers of Hispanic descent to get the honor. Wait a Marino when Andy Garcia will co host the Gershwin tribute, which will air may third on PBS..