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"federal aviation authority" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

01:51 min | 3 months ago

"federal aviation authority" Discussed on WTVN

"Say one of their officers was involved in a shooting near 21st in Cleveland Avenue in South Lyndon. Around three o'clock today. No injuries have been reported, and no arrests have yet been made. Once the officer heard those fired shots. He then got out of his vehicle and fired his gun. We are told at this point there are no known injuries and the police officer is okay something else. We're now learning as there is multiple people who they believed were involved. Involved with multiple ages and now multiple people have been detained. Also, police have alerted all area hospitals to be on the lookout in case anyone does come into a hospital with a gunshot wound to notify police ABC six is Alexis. Mo. Burger reporting there. BC is on the scene. They are leading this investigation today. Will the federal government be prosecuting those disruptive airline passengers you've been seeing online? Will the airlines in the employees hope So. A group representing airlines and unionized airline employees is sending a letter to U. S Attorney General Merrick Garland asking for the Justice Department to throw the book at air travelers who disrupt flights or act aggressively or violent while on board. There have been a growing number of cases many seen online in videos of unruly passengers getting physical, prompting the Federal Aviation Authority to stop offenders from flying commercially. The letter states. There have been more than 400 complaints filed against passengers for assaulting or threatening crew members. Evan Brown Fox News. Meanwhile, right now finding an affordable starter home is nearly impossible, with the market's saturated with buyers in the cost of lumber and building materials still too high. Most of us are not tracking the price of lumber, but it could be the difference between you buying a new home or waiting, the Homebuilders association says. Surging lumber.

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"federal aviation authority" Discussed on WBAP 820AM

WBAP 820AM

06:52 min | 3 months ago

"federal aviation authority" Discussed on WBAP 820AM

"P Forecast mostly sunny this afternoon and partly cloudy tonight with a low 72 degrees. It is mostly sunny 84 at DFW Airport. This news brought to you by Reliant air conditioning. More states are pledging help to Texas amid the continued surge of migrants crossing the southern border. Governor Greg Abbott, who blames Biden administration policies on the surge, says help from other states was brought on by an initial partnership between Texas and Arizona triggered a multistate compact. The response to emergencies and disasters, and we asked governors of other states to join in with us to help address the disaster they were facing. Florida, Nebraska and other states have promised to send law enforcement to the Texas Mexico border. The airlines are hoping the federal government will start prosecuting disruptive airline passengers Group representing airlines and unionized airline employees, is sending a letter to U. S Attorney General Merrick Garland asking for the Justice Department to throw the book at air Travelers who disrupt flight. It's or act aggressively or violent. While on board, there have been a growing number of cases many seen online and videos of unruly passengers getting physical, prompting the Federal Aviation Authority to stop offenders from flying commercially. The letter states. There have been more than 400 complaints filed against passengers for assaulting or threatening crew members. Texas business Closing Numbers on Wall Street The Dow up 69 points NASDAQ Up 112 the S and P 500 Up by 22 again the low Tonight 72. It is 84 degrees from the W B A P News desk. I'm Eric Bushman. You're next update at five o'clock. 24 7 coverage of w b a p dot com You don't have to feel distant. Come join the conversation. I want to say it. Hello, America Because everyone gets avoid. This is used talking 20 w b a t v a p dot com State legislatures across the country are passing away of anti voter laws, based on the same repeatedly disproven lies that led to an assault on our nation's capital. They are putting these laws in place because they did not like the outcome and they continue to perpetuate. A lie about the outcome of the election. That's why we're here. Okay? All right. No, you're there because, Well, I'm going to be nice. Um, you know, this isn't the first time the Democrats had tried to do this. If you remember in 2018, then Governor, Rick Scott of Florida, he defeated, Um the incumbent Democrat Bill Nelson. But that didn't stop Nelson. And Democrats at a national level from trying to overturn the state's election laws. And count votes that were not legally cast Democrats entire game plan. To attack the system. This is what they want you to know. This is what they're trying to drive into the heads of those Americans that are too lazy or just simply won't That what they're being told by the media by TV by radio by newspapers. They want you to believe that? Oh, yeah, well, the reason we have two nationalised is because your states Election laws are broken. The system is broken. And then they turn right around in the same breath and claim Hey, the only way to fix the broken system. Is to pass. Their policy prescriptions. In this case, it's uh, the power grab nationalized the elections. Um Chuckie. Schumer admitted as recently as last week that his goal is to pass a partisan bill because according to him, according to him, the idea that election reform Can have some kind of bipartisan solution. Solution. He doesn't understand. I think he used the word befuddled. And he looks like the epitome of someone that's befuddled. Democrats want Americans to believe state election laws are broken so badly The only way to fix it is to pass a national corrupt Politicians Act or I'm sorry for the People Act. That's the only way to fix it. Perhaps the only way to fix it Mhm. And they've got a willing partner with the mainstream media to push push this this false narrative than it is false. The media slobber all over themselves. When they give reports on the Democrat bill is its landmark. It's a landmark voting rights legislation. Yeah, it is. Thinks his back back to the cave man days back to the very beginning of this country. But it fails report the massively unpopular provisions. Of the corrupt and it is corrupt legislation. Darryl in raw note barrel How are you? I'm doing fine, Rick carry you I'm good. Thanks. Good. Yeah. Thanks for taking my call. Um Yeah, I've got a theory that I have it really hurt anybody else. Bring up Or I hadn't personally heard But through the life of me, I couldn't figure out why Kamala Harris has been ignoring the border for what? Three months now. And Until I heard about This through the People Act, which is going to get rid of voter ID. Well, the more illegals that they can fled in here. The more people that they can get the mail in ballots into their hands. And nobody is going to even ask a question about it because there's no voter out there. Well, they wouldn't. I mean, they wouldn't ask the question, because under used to be HR one. Now it's in the Senate. So it's just be one. Right in that it gets rid of the voter ID requirement. In the individual states, so there'd be no reason to question um, but you're right, Darryl in I've mentioned it before. Good call, By the way, in the sense that you have to wonder aloud. Why are they doing this? Well, it's to create new voting blocs, and I know originally people call them. Oh, you're crazy Record, your right wing nut and all this kind of stuff. Um, well, why else would you do that? Because black people can't get I'd say Give me a break. You think you know better than that? I'm sorry Democrats, but the American people are not that stupid any longer. You know, that may have worked at one point. Well, the poor black people they can't get a photo I d. Oh, yeah, the poor Hispanic people like it's a racist idea to get rid of. No, it's not. Black people can get.

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"federal aviation authority" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

02:05 min | 3 months ago

"federal aviation authority" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"A measure expected to fail. I'm rich Dennison. Fox News Senate Republicans are expected to block the Democrats supported election reform bill Later today, White House Press secretary Jen Psaki acknowledges a sweeping voter reform bill will fail in the Senate. They've been clear the Republican Party and Republicans in the Senate, they do not want to make it easier to vote before the People Act would give the federal government more say in how elections are conducted. Republican Senator John Kennedy tells Fox and friends he believes states should run elections. Why anybody would take something that's working and give it to the federal government is beyond me. Democrats argue The legislation is needed the combat new state Republican voter laws, foxes Rachel Sutherland and the White House. The White House says more than 70% of Americans aged 30 or older have received at least one dose of a covid vaccine. President Biden continues his administration's efforts to hit that percentage with all adults by the fourth of July. The federal government's been asked to do more to prosecute disruptive airline passengers. A group representing airlines and unionized airline employees is sending a letter to U. S Attorney General Merrick Garland asking for the Justice Department to throw the book and air travelers who disrupt flights or act aggressively or violent while on board. There have been a growing number of cases many seen online in videos of unruly passengers getting physical, prompting the Federal Aviation Authority to stop offenders from flying commercially. The letter states. There have been more than 400 complaints filed against passengers for assaulting or threatening crew members. Foxes Evan Brown, the number of people stopped from buying guns through the U. S background check system hit an all time high of more than 300,000 last year amid a surge of firearms sales. About 42% of those denials were because there would be buyers have felony convictions on their records. America's listening to Fox News, Hmm. From the mosque. Nissan Traffic Center officials still on scene of a car fire that is shut down.

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"federal aviation authority" Discussed on KPRC 950 AM

KPRC 950 AM

01:50 min | 3 months ago

"federal aviation authority" Discussed on KPRC 950 AM

"I'm Rich Dennison. Fox News Senate Republicans are expected to block the Democrats supported election reform bill later today, White House Press secretary Jen Psaki acknowledges the sweeping voter reform bill will fail in the Senate. They've been clear the Republican Party and Republicans in the Senate, they do not want to make it easier to vote before the People Act would give the federal government more say in how elections are conducted. Republican Senator John Kennedy tells Fox and friends he believes states should run elections. Why anybody would take something that's working and give it to the federal government is beyond me. Democrats argue The legislation is needed the combat new state Republican voter laws, foxes Rachel Sutherland and the White House. The White House says more than 70% of Americans aged 30 or older have received at least one dose of a covid vaccine. President Biden continues his administration's efforts to hit that percentage with all adults by the Fourth of July, the federal government's been asked to do more to prosecute disruptive airline passengers. A group representing airlines and unionized airline employees is sending a letter to U. S Attorney General Merrick Garland asking for the Justice Department to throw the book at air travelers who disrupt flights or act aggressively or violent while on board. There have been a growing number of cases many seen online in videos of unruly passengers getting physical, prompting the Federal Aviation Authority to stop offenders from flying commercially. The letter states. There have been more than 400 complaints filed against passengers for assaulting or threatening crew members. Foxes Evan Brown, the number of people stopped from buying guns through the U. S background check system hit an all time high of more than 300,000 last year amid a surge of firearms sales. About 42% of those denials were because there would be buyers had felony convictions on their records. America's listening.

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"federal aviation authority" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

03:36 min | 3 months ago

"federal aviation authority" Discussed on WTVN

"Child inside now behind bars. Man charged in the kidnapping of a four year old is in custody. The Franklin County sheriff's office telling us Nathan Taylor was arrested over the weekend. Last week. We showed you this surveillance video, Taylor hopping into a jeep at a gas station, driving away just seconds after the boy's father stepped away. That boy was found safely still in the car. But Taylor was on the run for days and now faces a number of charges are news partners at ABC six Columbus City Council, approving a measure to help fund and in fund an increase in security at the city pools. This Summer Council voted last night to approve that request by the Parks Department for $100,000 in order to contract with a private company to handle security at the pools. Will the federal government be prosecuting those disruptive airline passengers we've been hearing about. Recently a group representing airlines and unionized airline employees is sending a letter to U. S Attorney General Merrick Garland asking for the Justice Department to throw the book at air travelers who disrupt flights or act aggressively or violent while on board. There have been a growing number of cases many seen online in videos of unruly passengers getting physical, prompting the Federal Aviation Authority to stop offenders from flying commercially. The letter states. There have been more than 400 complaints filed against passengers for assaulting or threatening crew members. Seven Brown Fox News For many Americans, it is the backbone of the American dream. But right now finding an affordable starter home may be nearly impossible, with the market's saturated with buyers and the cost of lumber and other building materials still through the roof. Most of us are not tracking the price of lumber, but it could be the difference between you buying a new home or waiting, the home builder. His association says. Surging lumber prices added nearly $36,000 to the price of a new home. Freddie Mac, a Federal loan mortgage corporation says the U. S also has upheld as housing shortage of just over 3.8 million homes around the country. As of the fourth quarter of 2020. The Ohio Department of Natural Resources says they are looking into reports of some mysterious bird deaths. They say they have been getting calls over the past several weeks from around the state with the birds, all having a combined symptoms that are not normally found together that includes some discharge from the eyes. Anyone who comes across any of these dead birds with this that may have died from the suspected illness is to call O d. N. R as soon as possible. NEWS radio 6 10 w T V. N. It's four coming up tonight as the NBA draft lottery. The calves are hoping to get lucky they have an 11.5% chance of one. The topic. Buckeye basketball or Dwayne Washington, earning an invite to the NBA draft Combine this week. Washington and E. J. Liddell considering turning pro. They worked out at the G League elite camp over the weekend. Liddell did not get a combine. Invite the Clippers back in action tonight, hosting Saint Paul and another diamond Dog night. The Indians play at the Cubs. The Reds are playing this afternoon. From the central Ohio Honda Dealer Sports Desk Matt McCoy used radio 6 10 w T v N I'm Alison Y into your ABC six first warning weather Sunshine. Today We'll see an afternoon high of 72. No, no, no. Yeah. Mm. Bob Away. Zimbabwe, the broken bones and burner burns so bright South Jamie, Southeast Asian Peninsula. Hey, Jamie. Yes, I think the only line we need from you today is drivers who switched to progressive could say big cool. I just.

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"federal aviation authority" Discussed on KPRC 950 AM

KPRC 950 AM

01:50 min | 3 months ago

"federal aviation authority" Discussed on KPRC 950 AM

"I'm Dave Anthony Fox News Later today, the Senate will vote on whether to advance Democrats transparently partisan plan to tilt every election in America permanently. In their favor, as you can tell. Republican leader Mitch McConnell opposes that. And the GOP has the votes to block the election reform bill that Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer says is vital to combat state reforms he claims aimed to suppress minorities. Republican legislatures are making it harder to vote early. Harder to vote by mail harder to vote after work. Republicans also keep pointing out big increases in crime in many cities this year, Congressman John Cat Coat tells Fox How can you retrain police when you deform them? How can you buy implement new policies and get them ready for those new policies on the streets? When you When you cut their funding? It doesn't work tomorrow. President Biden will discuss crimes rise, expecting to stress that much of it is related to guns. And he's been calling for stricter gun control laws. Summer travel is heating up for the fourth time in five days. More than two million people went through T s a airport checkpoints yesterday, but there is worry about How some are behaving boxes. Evan Brown as more Live and David Group representing airlines and unionized airline employees, is sending a letter to U. S Attorney General Merrick Garland asking for the Justice Department to throw the book at air travelers who disrupt flights or act aggressively or violent while on board. There's been a growing number of cases, many on video seen online of unruly passengers getting physical, prompting the Federal Aviation Authority to stop offenders from flying commercially. The letter states. There have been more than 400 complaints filed against passengers for assaulting or threatening crew members. Dave Heaven for the fourth month in row previously owned home sales dropped almost 1% in May amid a limited supply of houses on the market, but buyers keep paying more. The National Association of Realtors reports the median price for a home sold.

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"federal aviation authority" Discussed on The Patriot AM 1150

The Patriot AM 1150

01:31 min | 3 months ago

"federal aviation authority" Discussed on The Patriot AM 1150

"Transparently partisan plan to tilt every election in America permanently in their favor, as you can tell. Republican leader Mitch McConnell opposes that, and the GOP has the votes to block the election reform bill that Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer says Is vital to combat state reforms he claims aimed to suppress minorities. Republican legislatures are making it harder to vote early, harder to vote by mail harder to vote after work. The Republicans also keep pointing out big increases in crime in many cities this year. Congressman John Cat Coat tells Fox How can you retrain police when you defund them? How can you buy When when you cut their funding? It doesn't work tomorrow. President Biden will discuss crimes rise, expecting to stress that much of it is related to guns, and he's been calling for stricter gun control laws. Summer travel is heating up for the fourth time in five days. More than two million people went through the s a airport checkpoints yesterday, but there is worry about How some are behaving boxes. Evan Brown as more Live and David Group representing airlines and unionized airline employees, is sending a letter to U. S Attorney General Merrick Garland asking for the Justice Department to throw the book at air travelers who disrupt flights or act aggressively or violent while on board that there's been a growing number of cases, many on video seen online of unruly passengers getting physical, prompting the Federal Aviation Authority to stop offenders from flying commercially. The letter states. There have been more than 400 complaints filed against passengers for assaulting or threatening crew members..

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"federal aviation authority" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

KLBJ 590AM

03:08 min | 3 months ago

"federal aviation authority" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

"Block at the Senate. I'm Dave Anthony Fox News Later today, the Senate will vote on whether to advance Democrats transparently partisan plan to tilt every election in America permanently in their favor, as you can tell. Republican leader Mitch McConnell opposes that in the GOP has the votes to block the election reform bill that Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer says Is vital to combat state reforms he claims aimed to suppress minorities. Republican legislatures are making it harder to vote early, harder to vote by mail harder to vote after work. The Republicans also keep pointing out big increases in crime in many cities this year, Congressman John Kat Cho tells Fox. How can you retain Much of it is related to guns, and he's been calling for stricter gun control laws. Summer travel is heating up for the fourth time in five days. More than two million people went through the s a airport checkpoints yesterday, but there is worry about Some are behaving. Vox's Evan Brown as more live and David Group representing airlines and unionized airline employees, is sending a letter to U. S Attorney General Merrick Garland asking for the Justice Department to throw the book at air travelers who disrupt flights or act aggressively or violent while on board. There's been a growing number of cases, many on video seen online of unruly passengers getting physical, prompting the Federal Aviation Authority to stop offenders from flying commercially. The letter states. There have been more than 400 complaints filed against passengers for assaulting or threatening crew members. Dave Heaven for the fourth month in row previously owned home sales dropped almost 1% in May amid a limited supply of houses on the market. But buyers keep paying more. The National Association of Realtors reports the median price for a home sold top $350,000 a record high America's listening to Fox News. News radio K L. B J I'm Patrick Osborn. This news is brought to you by Van Rossen contracting calm. While some Central Texas school districts are doing away with virtual learning in the fall, the Leander School district will not be one of them, Chief academic officer Matthew Ben says. For students who need it, there will be a 100% virtual option gather documented information. From 346 of our LSD families, and there are 504 students. They have a need to start the next school year in remote based on an ongoing medical concern. Districts who won't be offering virtual class include Austin and Round rock, and they say that's due to a bill in the Legislature not passing, which would have funded virtual learning. Luby's Cafeteria has a buyer set up to scoop up 32 of its locations. Planned sales expected to be worth almost $29 million. Lubis is also reportedly working to sell off 25 other of its properties. And until further notice, the Georgetown City Council will have no district six representation on the Diet. Councilwoman Rachel Jonrowe is resigning, citing her concerns about the Georgetown school district, and her disagreement with the results of a recent Election Council will meet today. John Rose says she won't be there. A special election will have to be called to fill her seat..

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"federal aviation authority" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

KLIF 570 AM

01:42 min | 3 months ago

"federal aviation authority" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

"A roadblock at the Senate. I'm Dave Anthony Fox News Later today, the Senate will vote on whether to advance Democrats transparently partisan plan to tilt every election in America permanently in their favor, as you can tell. Republican leader Mitch McConnell opposes that, and the GOP has the votes to block the election reform bill that Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer says Is vital to combat state reforms he claims aimed to suppress minorities. Republican legislatures are making it harder to vote early, harder to vote by mail harder to vote after work. Republicans also keep pointing out big increases in crime in many cities this year. Congressman John Cat Go tells Fox How can you retrain police when you define them? How can you buy implement new policies and get them ready for those new policies on the streets? When when you cut their funding? It doesn't work tomorrow. President Biden will discuss crimes rise expecting to stress that Much of it is related to guns, and he's been calling for stricter gun control laws. Summer travel is heating up for the fourth time in five days. More than two million people went through s a airport checkpoints yesterday, but there is worry about Some are behaving boxes. Seven. Brown as more live and David Group representing airlines and unionized airline employees, is sending a letter to U. S Attorney General Merrick Garland asking for the Justice Department to throw the book at air travelers who disrupt flights or act aggressively or violent while on board. There's been a growing number of cases, many on video seen online of unruly passengers getting physical, prompting the Federal Aviation Authority to stop offenders from flying commercially. The letter states. There have been more than 400 complaints filed against passengers for assaulting or threatening crew members. Dave Heaven for the fourth month in a row previously owned.

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"federal aviation authority" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

01:46 min | 3 months ago

"federal aviation authority" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"Play Kosovo. Hey, roadblock at the Senate. I'm Dave Anthony Fox News Later today, the Senate will vote on whether to advance Democrats transparently partisan plan to tilt every election in America prominently in their favor, as you can tell. Republican leader Mitch McConnell opposes that, and the GOP has the votes to block the election reform bill that Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer says Is vital to combat state reforms he claims aimed to suppress minorities. Republican legislatures are making it harder to vote early, harder to vote by mail harder to vote after work. The Republicans also keep pointing out big increases in crime in many cities this year, Congressman John Cat Coat tells Fox How can you retrain police when you defund them? How can you buy implement new policies and get them ready for those new policies on the streets? When when you cut their funding? It doesn't work tomorrow. President Biden will discuss crimes rise, expecting to stress that much of it is related to guns, and he's been calling for stricter gun control laws. Summer travel is heating up for the fourth time in five days. More than two million people went through T s a airport checkpoints yesterday, but there is worry about Some are behaving. Vox's Evan Brown as more live and David Group representing airlines and unionized airline employees, is sending a letter to U. S Attorney General Merrick Garland asking for the Justice Department to throw the book at air travelers who disrupt flights or act aggressively or violent while on board If there's been a growing number of cases, many on video seen online of unruly passengers getting physical, prompting the Federal Aviation Authority to stop offenders from flying commercially. The letter states. There have been more than 400 complaints filed against passengers for assaulting or threatening crew members. Dave seven for the fourth month in row.

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"federal aviation authority" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Globalist

Monocle 24: The Globalist

05:10 min | 9 months ago

"federal aviation authority" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Globalist

"Time now to do business with the financial analyst broke louis cooper. Good morning to you. Louise good morning so we might all be going to hell in a handcart but the stock market's a soaring. Yes very odd. Isn't it chaos in capitol hill but the stock market soared. Say the and in america at one and a half percent. The tech heavy nasdaq got two and a half percent. Asian shares this morning at record highs the nikkei in japan highest levels thirty years china hit a thirteen year high. Yesterday and europe's expected to open up about half a percent this morning as well and you think to yourself. Well how can this be when. American democracy is threatened with essentially aku. Well it's because the democrats won georgia and so now we have the position where the democrats control the senate they control the house and they have a democrat president and that means it's a lot easier for biden to pursue his goals and one of his biggest goal is much more stimulus for the us economy to support in times of covert and in fact while campaigning in georgia. He said i want the two thousand dollar stimulus check. Basically sent to every american center immediately as soon as i take office. So this is the reason why fresh stimulus fresh government money to support the us economy and of course we're looking for some pretty dire economic times the next three months we've got. Us monthly jobs figures this morning then lunchtime. They're not going to be great. But we're looking through second lockdowns these difficult times and looking at the vaccine and thinking well the second half of the year is going to be much much better. Said that is why counter intuitively stock. Markets globally up despite the chaos in washington. Yeah now look at boeing because this is a really interesting deal that they've reached a two point five billion dollar agreement to settle a criminal charge. tell us more about this so yeah. This is a big amount of money two and a half billion. They agreed with the justice department. They've been investigating bearing of course because of the seven. Three seven max. Two fatal crashes killing three hundred forty six people. They're going to dismiss the justice. Department dismissing charges against boeing if the company cooperates with government and allows their employees to testify etc. A i mean. The wording of the document is pretty extraordinary. Actually i mean. The justice won't say exposed four -dult and deceptive conduct by employees of boeing. That's pretty hard hard hitting stuff. When you look at what boeing chief executive. Oh we you know. We fell short of our values. We fell short of our expectations. No some of your employees lied to the federal aviation authority. Didn't tell them what was wrong with the system that led to three on forty-six people dying a mini eat avoids criminal liability and one could. Well say there are an awful lot of families who are still in court with boeing seeking financial redress for the loss of their loved ones. I mean i. I look at this and i have to say you know. I wonder why the justice department did this because they wanted the money importantly because it was the easiest thing to do. But yeah i mean we are plenty of other court cases around. The world is going to take years to see how much this is going cost. Well a man who wouldn't miss two and a half billion is elon. Musk so this is an extraordinary story. Okay tesla this year has been phenomenal. The stocks up seven to eight times. It's now paul is now one of the companies in the s. and p. five hundred this sort of the index of big companies and elon. Musk has now become the richest man in the world. Worth almost two hundred billion dollars. I went by the way he added something. Like one hundred sixty five billion dollars to his fortune in this year just a year which is truly extraordinary. I mean the share price is up. Usually i was looking actually. The share price of tesla despite the fact that only produces half a million cars. A year is worth more than all the other. Global automakers put together. The share price of tesla is even worth more than facebook which connects like to the vast majority of the people on a big percentage of the people in the planet absolutely bonkers. Anyway i love the tweet. When sort of his status the world's richest man was announced. Musk tweeted how strange. I'll get back to work. Go to respond gotta love. That was built by the way. He's only richer than jeff bass his amazon. Because of course jeff bass source of amazon got divorced and that cost him an awful lot of money. So jeff bass over amazon would still be the world's richest might if that thing is important to him if he hadn't got divorced louise thank you very much. Indeed for joining us that was the procasa and financial analysts. Lewis coupon and this is the globalist on monocle. Twenty.

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"federal aviation authority" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Globalist

Monocle 24: The Globalist

13:18 min | 1 year ago

"federal aviation authority" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Globalist

"Well it's time to business now with the financial analyst Lewis. Good morning to you Louise now. We have been talking about why the Faroe Islands and of course the US trade will but there's a really important deadline coming up yes. It's Sunday December. Fifteenth trump had promised that this is the deadline blind to get the phase one agreement with China over the trade war done. We haven't seen this trade WH- trade first stage agreement with the Chinese and now Sunday is the deadline for Taras to be put on additional one hundred sixty billion dollars worth of Chinese goods imported into America and for the first time. These are very much consumer goods so particularly footwear. So Seventy Percent Of American soled shoes out of the footwear sandals flip flops whatever beauts Oh makes me think Oh my shoe collection but anyway seventeen percent of all the American shoes and everything sold is made in China and so an additional fifteen in percent tariff would be horrendously horrendously damaging and it would increase costs to the end consumer and of course never underestimate Americans designed to spend consumption is a huge part of the US economy and denting that consumer confidence at increasing prices for them would have quite a chilling effect on the state of the US economy. So this this is quite a big deal. There's a significant that will. There's a White House meeting today. According to Reuters where trade will be discussed with term trump's top trade advisors. Frankly who knows what he will decide. Predicting what trump is going to do is almost impossible. I'm not even sure trump knows what he's GonNa do day-to-day but yes. What's out markets have been fairly ambivalent driven higher by higher interest rates? But it's starting to get really quite quite concerned about where this seventeen month. Trade War is going to end up. I bet you've got an amazing. She collects Oh geor- Cina I have and more importantly I can use my shoe collection to explain inflation. You can. I have to tell us what it's all about the deflation the Chinese China joining the WTO has created and it's all about the deflation that the Internet has created fist price competition on products. And how how cheap can buy seventy seventy pound pair of shoes as for excellence. Let's look at really a very serious story this is about. US aviation regulators who knew apparently that further crashes from the seven three seven bucks could happen but they still allowed it to fly. I mean this is truly astonishing so this is an investigation hyphen by American makers and they have had like the head of the FAA people from bearing in front of them and they've been grilling them and asking them questions and what they've what they found out is after the first crash the Federal Aviation Authority the regulator for airlines did load of analysis did loan of work on this automated control system the mcat system. That's that's been found to be the problem. And it showed showed that if left unchecked if left left unchanged this software could see fifteen more crashes now despite that they didn't tell anybody about it it was kept within the FAA. It didn't come out publicly after the first crash and truly astonishingly the FAA didn't ground the aircraft and so five months after they did this analysis we had another crash and we've got a Republican lawmaker. Talks about the chilling. How chilling this is and the FAA rolled the dice? I quote with the safety of the flying public. It is truly astonishing what this US Congressional hearing. has been hearing all I'm sure will impact on people's willingness to take flights as will environmental mental concerns. Now we've just seen that Greta Tornberg has been made Time Magazine's person of the year and of course she's absolutely highlighted the biggest issue facing us right now which is climate change and one of the ways she's done that is by refusing to fly and coming across the ocean in various environmentally friendly ways which brings us to this story? which is the world's first liquid hydrogen ship so this is really interesting? Okay so identity member 1937 clean clean and suggesting you're that old hydrogen could be a very clean fuel but hydrogen is incredibly volatile and pretty flammable and in nineteen thirty seven. The the German Hachette Hindenburg very famously caught fire and exploded so hydrogen is treated with great reverence and great care because it is so volatile but but it could be it could be or could play a major role in decarbonising. The economy a hudgens clean-burning as gas it could be used as to energy storage hate transportation and industrial prices. The problem is it's really really difficult to move around the world and it's really really really dangerous now. Japan has got got a problem. It's a major industrial country but it has little space on shore for wind and solar and Japan is really looking at hydrogen to decarbonised its economy and therefore it is now produced the first ever and it's more of a demonstration project rather than a you know it's actually going to be used a lot but it's be produced produce the first ship that is we think safe enough to carry hydrogen now we have liquefied natural gas we have a gas a AH gasp dig out the ground and that's carried around the world but we liquid hydrogen is very difficult things very flammable and they've produced this this ship. It Scott all kinds of vacuum insulated double shell tank. I just hope. It's really well insulated and very strong strong wolves holding hydrogen Agen chilled to one minus two hundred and fifty three degrees Celsius. So they are hoping and they can produce hydrogen and Australia. Australia's got a lot of coal. Although you that producing hydrogen idea they can actually do it. In a fairly environmentally friendly way and catch all the carbon released from from producing hydrogen. And then they're going to use this ship to go from From Australia where they can produce the liquid hydrogen from coal and ship it to Japan where it can be used in their industrial processes. So this is kind of the very beginnings of potentially a greening up our economy and it's Japan that stunning absolutely Louis. Thank very much indeed and as we all know you shouldn't wear high heels on board ship or certainly not on board or you're just to bring it back to shoe collection. Thanks very much Louise Cooper. This is the globalist a monocle twenty four. Have you ever heard your favorite Christmas banger. Whilst on an annual Oxford Street festival hall and find yourself buying gifts not just feel family but for for yourself your colleagues and your Great Aunt Joan or whatever her name might be well. There could be some science behind that on yesterday's briefing Dot Chris Smith from from the naked scientists along with rob would creative director of music. CONCIERGE sat down with Monaco's Andrew mullet ask what a shops playlist might do to. She'll retail mentality. Chris started by explaining if Christmas songs actually make people buy more they absolutely do. And that's on. The basis of the responses of members of the public are asked about this but also proper scientific research the describe this question if you also general probably they will say when Christmas songs play it puts them in a good mood. It may make Christmas songs. Put people in a good mood. Skit is dependent on when because actually if you ask people will win in the year. Would you like to hear Christmas songs. They do say look it can get a bit much if you play them too early so it seems like the reasonable playing field is December. Once it's December people are comfortable. We're in advent. Okay bring on the Christmas June's I've got a year to get over them until the next time and and actually it does put people in a good mood at tends to influence buying habits. If you ask people. Do you fill more or less generous than people will tend to say. I feel more Christmasy. I fill in a more generous mood. I'm more likely to indulge in a slightly more expensive gift left. If I'm hearing some Nice Christians I happen to like on the other hand grumpy people because imbalance twenty-five percent of people that don't actually like Christmas music they say the poor this and actually they say it really upsets them and they may in fact be more likely to walk out of the shop or the retail outlet and not by gift as a result so for the majority not probably does influence them for minority. Perhaps it would upset the maybe you're in that minority. I have found my people I am. I am the twenty-five percent. I'm I'M GONNA get t shirts printed the second I'm out of here rub from music concierge. Not just at Christmas and I think Chris has done a very good job of explaining the obvious associations between between Christmas songs and Christmas and therefore buying Christmas gifts but any other time of year is music actually conducive to consumption. Yeah I think music so very powerful force hearing socio second in mice important sense and music effects us as you know. He's not many medium Zeke. Listen to a truck on the radio and just had a violent reaction against their or he got our minds something from one charity. I love that try. It has big effects on us just in terms of an an emotional response but also it can stimulate us or slowest down and how he behaves but just to follow that up. Because this I've always wondered about the music at a p is in in shops restaurants hotels airports wherever else it is. How do you go about it in a way? That doesn't annoy the heck out of most of the people who will listen to it because most people don't like most music even if you are somebody who loves music and thinks they're thousands of songs. You like that still is A. It's a fraction of a percentage of all the music that's ever made. How are you able to do that in a way? That isn't going to irritate people. Well I would say yeah I'm guilty of Creighton Creighton background music and I would also agree that sort of ninety five percent of background music. Generally isn't that great for my kind of points in all reasons exist is is to create it very carefully in terms of understanding the space. It's GonNa be played in and who those people are what brands about and then conveying music. Actually we think will improve experience and uplift it that works well where. It's a Boutique Hotel or retail space or wherever Chris we've been talking talking a lot about the psychological associations that people have with music which are of course profound. That's why people listen to music because it triggers something powerful in them as far as we he knows. Is there a physiological aspect to that as well as tapping into something besides just whatever you know personal associations we may have developed in our boneheads about a particular song. Is there an aspect to it that we actually can't control because it's it's physical I say absolutely yes and this has been the subject of a lot of scrutiny in the research community. She has a lot of people. Spend a lot of time looking at this kind of thing. And there's a range of different things to consider volume for a start and maybe rob can comment on this shops. Have to be really careful about how loud they play music because some people will be repulsed by really loud music. Basically you're adding noise to noise and if if you make it too loud you can get people to want to leave a shop. And in fact some shops Doodoo this they turn the volume up towards closing time because he gets people who tend to loiter out the door a mess not just the staff. That's actually the people who are shopping. This a volume is important. But the other thing that you mentioned is innate traits and synchrony it seems hard wired ride into all kinds of different animals that there's innate sense of rhythm and a tendency to synchronize amongst groups so if you look at birds for example birds of a feather the flocking together that phrase doesn't exist for no reason birds fly together in flocks in sync. And you'll see those amazing murmur patterns of say starlings mosquitoes synchronized curnow their wing beat frequency when males and females fence each other. The males will bring the frequency of wingbeats into register with female and then they go off for me because they say hey we like each other armies March instep crowds cheer in unison. Ordinances applause clap together all in sync so playing music of a certain tempo can plug into intrinsic rhythms in our head and does influence behavior. And in fact if you play foster pacier tunes you tend to make people spend less time in a retail center. If you play slow itunes. They spend more time there. They do literally drag their feet and in fact that can translate into an impact on sales and so in fact the sweet spot when it comes comes to selling in a shop. If you're a supermarket is to play relatively slow music with more minor keys in it makes people feel depressed and the argument goes that they compensate compensate by buying something to cheer themselves up. Finally because we are running out of time I I want a quick response from each of you. I'm GonNa put you on the spot. Rob You first..

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"To improve runway safety. The Federal Aviation Authority requires a graded section and at the end of Commercial Airport runways. In the event and aircraft overruns the landing area many airports however were built before the one one thousand foot standard was adopted in other cases a lack of land or obstacles such as bodies of water highways or residential communities construction of the required safety area impossible so the. FAA began research to solve the problem. An engineered material arresting system places specially designed crushable material at the end of the runway. The tires of an aircraft sink into the lightweight material Israel causing the aircraft to slow down and safely come to a stop based on the FAA's research and technical standards for amass installation runway safety area. Improvements have been made at hundreds of commercial airports protecting both passengers and crew for innovation. Now now I'm Jennifer. Pele

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"Specially designed safety areas protect aircraft that might accidentally overrun the runway. This is innovation now now bringing you stories behind the ideas that shape our future to improve runway safety the Federal Aviation Authority requires a graded section and at the end of Commercial Airport runways in the event and aircraft overruns the landing area many airports however were built before the one one thousand foot standard was adopted in other cases a lack of land or obstacles such as bodies of water highways or residential communities make construction of the required safety area impossible so the FAA began research to solve the problem an engineered material arresting system places specially designed crushable material at the end of the runway the tires of an aircraft sink into the lightweight material Israel causing the aircraft to slow down and safely come to a stop based on the FAA's research and technical standards for amass installation runway safety area improvements have been made at hundreds of commercial airports protecting both passengers and crew for innovation now now. I'm Jennifer Pele. Innovation now is produced by the National Institute of Aerospace Through collaboration with NASA.

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"federal aviation authority" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

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01:55 min | 2 years ago

"federal aviation authority" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"I governor Cuomo is threatening action against an international body that regulates waterways between the United States and Canada. If it doesn't reimburse New York for costs linked to record flooding around Lake Ontario. The governor says the international joint commission took little preventative action after the 2017 floods and Cuomo says recent high waters, from a massive snowpack and spring rains have again damaged homes, businesses and property costing tens of millions of dollars. Authorities say a small plane crashed on Long Island killing both people on board. The Federal Aviation authority said the plane crashed in south hold New York yesterday morning south whole town supervisor Scott Russell said the two people on board were killed their names were not immediately released a dog on the planes revived the crash. The FAA says it will investigate the crash along with the National Transportation Safety board. Ten candles on the cake today for a city park that now welcomes eight million visitors a year and Manhattan's high line is marking to milestones, the parks, final section opened on Wednesday just days before the tenth anniversary of the opening of the first section on June ninth two thousand nine the elevated rail line was built in the nineteen thirties to raise freight trains, above street level efforts to preserve the line started in the nineteen eighties after the train stopped running the line has since been converted into an urban oasis art showcase and tourism magnet, sixty four degrees. Now a high of seventy seven this afternoon with mostly sunny skies today. It will be mostly cloudy tonight, slight chance for some showers. Dropping down to a low of sixty two degrees, six minutes after nine o'clock. It's WNYC support for NPR comes from the Alzheimer's Association, working toward a vision of a world without Alzheimer's, providing care, and support to all those facing the disease with a commitment to advancing. Critical.

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"federal aviation authority" Discussed on KQED Radio

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02:21 min | 2 years ago

"federal aviation authority" Discussed on KQED Radio

"You had women who had been able to break through traditionally male dominated areas. But we don't hear enough of their stories. That's coming up in reporting women after the news. ABC news with Neil newness. British MP's have once more defeated the government in a vote over Brexit. This time they rejected leaving the European Union without a deal on March twenty nine th or at any other time later on Thursday MP's vote and whether to request an extension to the Brexit process. Facebook is currently suffering the most severe outage in its history with many of its services inaccessible to us as across the world about from Facebook, itself, messenger and Instagram have also been disrupted. Boeing says it agrees with the decision of the US aviation regulator, the FAA to ground temporarily all of its seven three seven max aircraft operating worldwide the Federal Aviation authority said it had taken the decision. After new evidence emerged from the site of Sunday's fatal crash in Ethiopia. The former Texas congressman Iraq will later today formally announced his bid to become the presidential candidate for the Democrats in the twenty twenty US elections. He has told a TV station in his home state of taxes that he is joining the race to take on Donald Trump. The US Senate has approved a resolution that would end US support for the Saudi Arabia led coalition in the war in Yemen. The vote in the Republican controlled Senate goes against President Trump's policy towards Riyadh three prominent political prisoners are among seven hundred people being pardoned by the new president of the Democratic Republic of Congo faded juicy. Katie rights groups have called for more than a hundred other political prisoners to be freed police in Brazil have dismantle the human trafficking. Ring that targeted transgender women by offering to cover the cost of surgery, then forcing them into prostitution to pay for it. Five. People have been arrested in police are searching for four others BBC news. Welcome back to.

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"federal aviation authority" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Globalist

Monocle 24: The Globalist

03:19 min | 2 years ago

"federal aviation authority" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Globalist

"You know, frankly, I think we'd see the selectric in the labor party taking the selection of Lieber candidates further of to the left. So, you know, the center of gravity in British politics right now was Boston a quick question to you both do you still support your respective parties wholeheartedly? Yes. But not wholeheartedly and in just about and very very Finally, I know that you're an Oprah buff in when will fight lady city. Oh, hey, you know, we've had everything I in this one. I mean in the summer of two thousand sixteen people said people were giving lots lots of analogies, stole the bloodthirsty stuff. I think well, I would say this with my accent is more like MacBeth, right? There's lots of dig- the binding which is actually quite good old pro in Anderson from this group and John tin. Thank you very much. Now, here's what else we keeping an eye on today. The US Federal Aviation authority says it will not ground Boeing seven three seven bucks eight aircraft despite mounting pressure from politicians and workers unions following Sunday's crash in Ethiopia the FAA said it had found no systemic performance issues with the planes following review. The UK the European Union, China, Singapore and Australia of all banned the planes from flying in the s base negotiators for the US on the Taliban have wrapped up their longest round of peace talks to date with no agreements on when foreign troops might leave the country after sixteen days of talks in Doha. The US special envoy said progress had been made for the Americans any deal hinges on assurances the Taliban will not allow militant groups to use Afghantistan to stage a tux talks are expected to resume in late March and Japan is decided it will not join the United Nations motion condemning North Korea and rights of. Uses for the first time in a decade, Japan and the European Union have submitted a joint motion every year since two thousand and eight bucks on Wednesday. Tokyo said it would not join this year given American efforts to end North Korea's weapons program. This is the globalist. Stay tuned. Ukraine is gearing up for a presidential election at the end of March leading the field of forty four candidates as an inexperienced comedian Vladimir Zielinski, but is renewed political turbulence what the country needs as Russia looks poised to China increase its influence over the nation. Current president petro Persian co might be the west best bet for maintaining stable relations, Gwendolyn sauces, director of the center for east European and international studies in Berlin and joins us on the line to explain more Gwendolyn. Thanks for coming on a partial has been powerful five years, and he has a pretty mixed report card. Can you give us a snapshot of his time at the helm? Yes. He votes to the presidency after the euro wind down the mass protests, which led to Origene change in Kiev got rich off the very corrupt president. Kovic?.

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"federal aviation authority" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Briefing

Monocle 24: The Briefing

03:17 min | 2 years ago

"federal aviation authority" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Briefing

"These groundings have taken place despite advice from the US regulator have a name Alabama. That's right. Boeing's suffered more groundings of its most important airline as operators from Brazil to South Korea. Idolised seven three seven max planes following second deadly crash in five months. China became yesterday. The first major market whole takeoffs and landings of Boeing's latest single model, but groundings of quickly cascaded around the globe. Singapore barring all takeoffs in amounts of the state move, followed by Australia. Elsewhere in Asia, South Korean carrier has followed suit and to add on's in Latin America also halted operations of the plane now that zero risk approach by airlines and aviation. Authorities contrast with. Sure. Ince's by US regulates the airline that the aircraft remains airworthy the Federal Aviation authority administration while the came out in support of the aircraft saying the plane remains at safe to fly and the reasons conclusive evidence linking the loss of the Ethiopian three seven jets over the weekend with that line at plane which crashed late last year. But the similarities between the two disasters has really spooked airlines and passengers really this quad similarities between the two incidents in both cases their lines. The aircraft's crashed just minutes off the takeoff as the pilots failed to maintain control. Now, the fallout from disaster weighing heavily on Boeing's stock the shelves slumping as much as fourteen percent yesterday and trading down a further two percents in early trading today. The tricky thing about these these sorts of issues is that often the the reaction doesn't always come down to the actual science or the logic behind that. All do you looking at this from what? You can say you, and do you think the seven three seven max can actually regain its reputation. Now. I think you're quite right. There have been it's interesting that these sort of back to back incidents where aircrafts look to be possible culprits, actually, quite read. Normally, we talk about pilots area to mechanical failure or terrorism. It's probably a testament to how safe most planes all these days. So this is quite unusual in the space of six months to very similar incidents which point to perhaps a problem with the plane went nobody's quite sure. That yet certainly Boeing says it's too early to speculate about the causes of the accident. If we look back perhaps some of the planes that have happened. This has happened in the past back in nineteen seventy nine the McDonnell Douglas DC ten crashed an airline was engine was lost takeoff. Ripping out crucial her joining lines killing everybody on board that plane those defects really dogged the address reputation throughout its life the Boeing seven eight seven. Which had big battery problems when it's in its early days thought that she proved to be no more than just a bump along lines and what became a very profitable plane for Boeing. So I think it's a little bit too early to say Boeing says they're planning a software update for the plane because a number of airlines still flying the seven three seven max one sign which could be problematic for the company lion era. Of course, the operator of the plane which crashed last year is said to be considering a complete switch to Airbus. It's very very big customer of Boeing's..

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Planes grounded after Ethiopian Airlines crash

Monocle 24: The Briefing

01:16 min | 2 years ago

Planes grounded after Ethiopian Airlines crash

"Suffered more groundings of its most important airline as operators from Brazil to South Korea. Idolised seven three seven max planes following second deadly crash in five months. China became yesterday. The first major market whole takeoffs and landings of Boeing's latest single model, but groundings of quickly cascaded around the globe. Singapore barring all takeoffs in amounts of the state move, followed by Australia. Elsewhere in Asia, South Korean carrier has followed suit and to add on's in Latin America also halted operations of the plane now that zero risk approach by airlines and aviation. Authorities contrast with. Sure. Ince's by US regulates the airline that the aircraft remains airworthy the Federal Aviation authority administration while the came out in support of the aircraft saying the plane remains at safe to fly and the reasons conclusive evidence linking the loss of the Ethiopian three seven jets over the weekend with that line at plane which crashed late last year. But the similarities between the two disasters has really spooked airlines and passengers really this quad similarities between the two incidents in both cases their lines. The aircraft's crashed just minutes off the takeoff as the pilots failed to maintain control.

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"federal aviation authority" Discussed on Opening Arguments

Opening Arguments

03:39 min | 3 years ago

"federal aviation authority" Discussed on Opening Arguments

"From title to was to disclaim any authority to regulate broad broadband network management practices. So they transferred all of the authority to the FTC to the Federal Trade Commission and the Federal Trade Commission hasn't spoken on this at all. So there cannot be any reclusive effect to this order because the order says we don't have any right to regulate this. So the fact that what we want to do by disclaiming our right to regulate it is to deregulate ordinarily if we had maintained some jurisdiction, then yes, it could have precluded affect and let me give you a classic example of that in the early nineteen eighties, the Reagan administration deregulated air traffic controllers. Right? And that order that the Federal Aviation authority issued regulations. Pursuant to congressional authority to deregulate air traffic controllers. But the FAA said, we're the governmental body with the authority to regulate air traffic controllers. And the order said, we're going to preempt, you know, the the Bakersfield airport LAX can't decide to regulate air traffic controllers. We are occupying the field. We are preempting any contrary state legislation and the court said, Yep, that's totally reasonable. You can do that. EPA has jurisdiction, their policy is deregulation. Deregulation can have preclude effects over more restrictive state legislation, but but this is a novel question of this is not an example of where the FCC has retained jurisdiction. They've said we don't have the authority to regulate ISP's. So if they don't have the authority to regulate ISP's, how can they then say the federal government has a compelling interest in regulating ISP. In this particular way or deregulating is peace. So it's an interesting arket. Yeah. That makes sense to me. The only thing that seems weird is like if they don't have the authority to do it, how does the state have the authority like I get how it functions within that argument, which it seems pretty compelling to me which is when when they did that, they were saying, we're not entering the space. You know, we're not. You know, we don't mean to, we're not going to be a presence in this regulatory space, but it also is weird that they're using the language of. We don't even have the thority to do it. It seems weird. Then I maybe it's a separate argument, I guess, but that the state governments would have that authority. So I think that the response back to that, right, like if I were arguing on behalf of the state of California or any of the which we'd love to have you with love to have you do, I'm I'm, I could be admitted, proactive chat, come on, get on Tony hawk h. e. I would concede, I would say yes. If the Federal Trade Commission promulgates rules that that prohibit the all of the states from engaging in any activity that is contrary to the open internet order, promulgated by the FCC than yes, we would. We would be bound by them that would have preclude. Effect over SBA twenty two, but they haven't done that. So we're entitled to pass SBA twenty two right now. Okay, and and that's the position that I would that I would take in court with with respect to this. There's one more wrinkle, and I know we don't have time to go all the way down the rabbit trail. I would love to do that..

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