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Fresh update on "federal law" discussed on Rob Kendall Show
"The table. So what do you think the administration has planned for gun control measures coming up in the short term? Yeah, it's a great question, And the problem we really have is that unfortunately, President Trump sets unprecedented in this area that is very troubling was traveling at the time. It's even more troubling now, and I said it at the time, but you know, after the Las Vegas shooting Where bump stock was allegedly used, although we still don't know a hell of a lot about what really happened in Las Vegas, but where bump stock was allegedly used, then you heard from President Trump. Well bump. Stocks are gone, and he instructed a T F to essentially rewrite a TFC interpretation. Of federal law so as to outlaw bump stocks, but that was all done without the involvement of Congress. It was all done through President Trump telling the 80 F what he wanted them to do. That creates a terrible precedent because we banned something that was legal before and illegal after Biden has already come out and said right on his Web sites on his campaign Web site, Joe biden dot com slash gun safety That he wants to require registration of all so called assault weapons. He wants to have a buyback plan, which is a euphemism for confiscation.
FBI targeting single assailant in death investigation of Capitol police officer after Washington, DC riot
"A major breakthrough the fbi investigation of a capitol hill riot mystery. What caused officer. Brian sick nick to collapse and die after clashing with protesters during the chaos federal law enforcement officials tell nbc news. The fbi is now focusing on a single assailant. Officials say unreleased video shows. The suspect attacked several officers with what appears to be bear spray. Bear just as wide as seen doing in this video. Sources say sick. Nick was among the targets. The air force veterans died in the hospital shortly afterward. Although his death was ruled a homicide officials had not pinpointed the exact cause but the fbi now suspects he may have come to a chemical irritant law enforcement officials said the man suspected of attacking sick. Nick is heard on video talking about spraying officers prior to the incident. They say they are working to identify the suspect. And the potential charges so far include assault on a police officer but not necessarily homicide because the cause of sickness. Death has not been determined
Fresh update on "federal law" discussed on Part Time Genius
"The Secret Service won't release his travel expenses, but the hotel tab in Uruguay alone was estimated at nearly $100,000, according to the Washington Post. According to federal law, the Secret Service is authorized to protect the sitting U S president and vice president or the next in line for the presidency, their immediate families and all former U. S presidents and their spouses. As well as their Children under age 16. While in office. Neither the president nor the vice president Kim declined Secret service protection. Their spouses in adult Children can Almost all presidential families have accepted full secret service protection for as long as the law allows. Bill Clinton and George W. Bush even acts for extensions to cover their college age Children for a period after they left office. A few exceptions are Ronald Reagan's youngest son, Ron, who declined Secret service protection during his father, second term. And Richard and Pat Nixon, who can't sell their lifetime protection in 1985. To save the government money. They hired their own security detail in 1994. Congress limited protection of future presidents to just 10 years after leaving office to cut costs, But in 2013, it reinstated lifetime protection, citing concerns over terrorism. Not every Congress person wasn't favored, though. Some thought former presidents should pay for the longtime security themselves. Despite the cost, the Trump family is doing nothing unusual by accepting Secret service protection at home and while traveling abroad In fact, there is a legitimate reason for extending that protection. If anything were to happen to a family member, it would have a huge psychological impact on the president. However, never in the history of the American presidency, has the commander in chief been an international business mogul? And never has a multibillion dollar.
Judge indefinitely blocks 100-day pause on most deportations
"Meanwhile, late yesterday, a federal judge, it definitely stop President Biden from enforcing a 100 Day moratorium on most deportations. U. S District Judge Drew Tipton issued a preliminary injunction sought by the state of Texas, which argued the moratorium violated federal law. And wrist imposing additional costs on the state. Biden proposed the 100 Day pause on deportations during his campaign is part of a larger review of immigration enforcement and an attempt to reverse the priorities of former president Trump buying his proposed a sweeping immigration bill that would allow the legalization. Oven. Estimated 11 million people living in the US without authorization is also instituted Other guidelines on who immigration and border agents should target for
Houston judge bans enforcement of Biden's 100-day deportation pause
"From enforcing its 100 Day moratorium on most deportations. The state of Texas had sought the preliminary injunction, arguing the man violated federal law and imposed additional expenses on the state. It's unclear if the Biden administration will appeal. The White House says President Biden plans to take
Judge bans enforcement of Biden's 100-day deportation pause
"I'm Julie Walker a federal judge has indefinitely banned the enforcement of president Biden's one hundred day pause on most deportations Texas had argued the moratorium violated federal law and wrist imposing additional costs on the state president Biden had proposed the one hundred day pause on deportations during his campaign as part of a larger review of immigration enforcement and an attempt to reverse the priorities of former president trump but in his proposed a sweeping immigration bill that would allow the legalization of an estimated eleven million people living in the U. S. illegally he's also instituted other guidelines on whom immigration and border agents should target for enforcement I'm Julie Walker
Tech Industry Challenges Maryland Online Ad Tax
"Maryland is being sued over its new online advertising tax. The suit comes from an industry group backed by Amazon, Facebook and Google and the U. S Chamber of Commerce. Attack giant say Maryland's first in the nation tax is unfair, unconstitutional and doesn't meld with federal laws that ban states from putting in new taxes that specifically target online services. Maryland's taxes an effort to help pay for education.
Why Tech Companies Are Limiting Police Use of Facial Recognition
"All right emily kwong so. We're talking about this announcement from a string of tech companies that they are going gonna put limits on their facial recognition technology especially when it comes to law enforcement amazon microsoft and ibm yes on june eighth. Ibm said it would discontinue general purpose facial recognition or analysis software altogether. Get out of the business completely and it made an impression after. Ibm's big letter. Amazon announced a one year moratorium on sales of they're very popular software recognition spelled with a k. To law enforcement to give congress time to implement appropriate rules so a one year ban. Yes microsoft took it a step further saying it wouldn't sell products to law enforcement at all until a federal law is in place. Here's microsoft president. Brad smith speaking to the washington post we need to use this moment to pursue a strong national law to govern facial recognition that is grounded in the protection of human rights and for matali in conde who has been pushing for regulation changes in tech for years. This was a big deal when these words were coming out of silicon valley. She felt all of the feelings. My initial was thank god. Thank god i was. I was happy. I was pleased. I was optimistic. I was short of breath. I was exhausted. Tally is the ceo of ai. For the people a fellow at both harvard and stanford universities for her. These announcements shifted the conversation. But that's about it. So i'm pleased. It's got us incredibly far but we're by no means the woods not out of the woods because for all of the advancement and facial recognition systems. Still get it wrong. They'll incorrectly match folks what's called a false positive or fail to associate the same person to two different images of false negative. Yeah and what's vaccine. Is these errors are happening. More often. when the machines are analyzing dark-skinned faces and that can disproportionally affect already marginalized communities prone to unconscious bias at the hands of law enforcement leading to false accusations arrests and much worse so until there's action on this metallic said words just aren't enough gotcha. So let's unpack this a little bit. Let's talk about how biased gets into facial recognition systems in the first place. I'd love that okay. So it starts right with how the systems learn to do their jobs. A process known as machine learning so to make facial recognition systems engineers feed algorithms large amounts of what's called training data in this case. That would be pictures of human faces. Yes the way machines learn is that they repeat task again and again and again and again and again developing a statistical model for what a face is supposed to look like so if you wanted to teach the algorithm to recognize a man you'd put in like millions of pictures of men you got it. The machine will then measure the distance between the eyes on each picture the circumference of the nose for example the ear to measurement and over time the machine starts to be able to predict whether the next image it seeing is quote a man which sounds okay right here comes the but but the machine is only a smart as its training data so remember joy ghulam weenie who i mentioned at the top of the episode. Yeah the the mit yes. So she and her colleague timid gabe developed a way to skin color in these training sets and the two they looked at were overwhelmingly composed of lighter skinned subjects. Seventy nine percent for ibi dash a and eighty six percent. For etienne's these are two common data sets that were largely as joy. Put it pale and male. So basically the training data used to create these algorithms is not diverse. And that's how that bias gets in The diversity of human beings is not always being represented in these training sets and so faces outside the systems norm. sometimes don't get recognized. Here's matala explaining what the research meant to her. That goes back to this other issue of not just hiring but a bigger issue of those no one in the team to say that you haven't put all the faces you haven't put all the digital images of all human beings could look like in the way that they sharpen society in order to recognize these faces. And it's so. After realizing how unbalanced these training sets were joy intimidate decided to create their own with equality in race and gender to get a general idea of how facial ai systems performed with a more diverse population so basically they fed it more diverse pictures to to look at. Yeah it was kind of interesting. They used images from the top ten national parliaments in the world with women in power specific yes specifically picking african and european nations and they tested this new data against three different commercially available systems for classifying gender one made by ibm the second microsoft and the third by face plus plus an running these tests joint him knit found clear discrepancies gender and racial lines with darker skinned faces getting mis classified the most. Here's mut-ali again. So one of the things that joy blue armies amazing work looks. That is the coloration between short hair and gender so many many many black women with afros where mislabeled as men mis gendered because the system had trained itself to recognize short hair as a male trait and this research project mattie produced a massive ripple effect further studies legislation in december the national institute of standards and technology or nist published a big paper of its own testing one hundred eighty nine facial recognition algorithms from around the world and they found biases to looking at one global data set some algorithms in their study produced one hundred times more false positives with african and asian faces compared to eastern european ones and when tested using another data set of mug shots from the us. The highest false positives were found among american indians with higher rates in african american and asian populations again depending on the algorithm. Wow yeah that is not what you want from your data. And i'm guessing white. Men benefited from the highest accuracy rates. Yes they did now. The knicks study did conclude that the most accurate algorithms demonstrated far less demographic bias but for multi. This evidence of bias raises a bigger question about the ethics of relying on. Ai systems to classify and police at all the problem with ai. Systems machine learning is that they're really really really good at standard routine tasks and the issue with humans is that we are not standard. We're not routine. Were actually massively messy right. We're not the same but when a police officer searches face in the system. They're not making arrests based on just spat match alone are they. Oh absolutely not. Yeah it's a tool for identifying potential suspects but if you think about how there's already implicit bias in policing critics. A facial recognition are basically saying. It doesn't make sense to embrace technologies riddled with bias to right if all this research has shown. These tools are capable of misidentifying black people. We cannot use biometric tools that discriminate against a group of people who are ready discriminated against within the criminal justice system but policing most specifically mattie. When i first spoke to mut-ali in march she was open to moratoriums on facial. Recognition like amazon is doing buying time for these systems to improve regulations to be put in place but the protests have her views. Because why why am i being moderate with completely reimagined how we interact with technology so now she wants to see facial recognition banned from law enforcement use which some cities in the us have done. Moutallos has tried to push for legislation to outlaw discrimination in technology before but it seems like now people are paying attention and have a language for talking about structural racism that they just didn't have before whether why america listened to me or not. I was gonna continue with this work. I believe that technology should be an empowering force for all people and that's my work but now having old and new ala not just allies but co-conspirators bright. I'm so happy. Because i didn't think would happen in my lifetime and it's an it's
Bear spray may have killed Capitol Police officer Brian Sicknick in Washington DC riots
"Are still looking into the death of a law enforcement officer during the capital riot federal law enforcement sources say they're making progress with their investigation as they work to determine who is responsible for the death of Capitol police Officer Brian Sick, Nick. SEC. Nick was a 13 year veteran of the Capitol police force. He died January 7th a day after the Capitol riot, one initial theory was sick. Nick died after being hit in the head with a fire extinguisher. But now investigators are looking at the possibility that chemical irritants may have led to your reaction, causing his death. One theory is that it was bear spray or tear gas. Law enforcement used pepper spray tear gas and other items to slow down the mob. The government alleges several the riders brought Tasers and bear spray with them. On Capitol Hill, Mike Emanuel Fox News and now
Biden signs order to ramp up refugee admissions and plans to allocate 125,000 spots next fiscal year
"On immigration, another area where reality does not matter. Right. Reality is not something that the Democrats feel bound by. They have a vision. They have a have a version of the world around them that they're dedicated to. Nothing can get in the way of that. Nothing can be more important than that. Including what actually is going on That zip that goes without saying you have Biden here. He's talking about. Refugee admissions. Raising this to 125,000 persons. Just this just came up. I mean the borders effectively open now, folks, and we'll get into that in a moment. But here's bite and play five. I'm approving an executive order to begin the hard work of restoring our refugee admissions program help meet the unprecedented global need. It's going to take time to rebuild what has been so badly damaged, but that's precisely what we're going to do. This executive order position us to be able to raise the refugee admissions back up to 125,000 persons for the first full fiscal year, the Biden Harris administration Raising refugee admissions. Now how this is all define. I mean with these things, it's always about the actual implementation. And when you say raising refugee admissions, Okay, well, You have how many people at the southern border claiming asylum, which is a version? Of refugee status. These are very similar things. Right. A asylum and asylum. E. I believe shows up. And asks for what is effectively refugee status. A refugee applies from abroad from a place to come to the states. In order to get that that status. So you know, a person who request asylum in United States is an asylum person request protection while still overseas and then has given permission and of the U. S. Is a refugee. So that's there's a procedural difference here, but what they've already done is created a massive flow of false asylum seekers to our southern border. We've run this experiment. As I like to say. We've already gone through this. We have seen the results. People from Central America were passing through Mexico and they were saying things that were not true in order to get into America, so they could then not show up for their asylum hearing. They would just stay. It was a back door entry point in the United States and people who say that what they're doing is not illegal. Don't know what the heck they're talking about. It is illegal. Not showing up for the court date is illegal and the initial entry because they weren't even going through. The ports of entry. They were surrendering at the border. It is, um it is an illegal act believe or not, you just step across the US Mexico border that is a violation of federal law. So when you step across the was you can do in places Still, we don't have a wall from sea to sea. I hate to be the one to tell everybody that when when you do that you have broken the law. And people do that, so that they can skip the port of entry waiting line and just right away and to the United States claim asylum past the credible fear standard. And then they bought by saying what they've been coached to say, and then they stay in the country. But this makes people feel good Liberals feel good. I'm taking more refugees and taking more asylum seeker doesn't matter if they're gaming. The system doesn't matter if they're breaking our laws. This allows people who are not virtuous to feel virtuous. Because they don't have to deal with the consequences of these policies. And you're going to see a lot of that with Biden on immigration on pretty much everything that this administration is planning on doing.
Efforts to stop spread of COVID-19 kick into high gear amid mutant strains
"Not wearing a mask on most forms of public transportation will be considered a violation of federal law. Under a sweeping public health order issued by the CDC efforts to stop the spread have taken on new urgency as three mutant strains have now appeared in it least 31 states even more worrying. The cases are being found in people with no travel history, a clear sign of community spread. We should be treating every case as if it's a variant. I'm during this pandemic right now. There are Also questions about how the vaccines will stand up to new strains. Johnson and Johnson, which is set to ask for emergency authorization of its one dose vaccine this week, noted that its efficacy dropped from 72% in the U. S to 57% in South Africa, where the mutant strain is driving new cases. This is
Virginia county prohibits voluntary information-sharing with ICE
"County will cooperate when required. But as of this week, the Board of Supervisors has cut off all voluntary cooperation and information sharing between local government, including police and federal immigration authorities. By a vote of 91. On Tuesday, the county Board of Supervisors approved the public trust and confidentiality policy. This is a policy that says the county will coop. Great with immigration and customs enforcement or ice when state and federal law requires it, but it will otherwise restrict the sharing of personal information that could help enforce immigration law. This policy is aimed at encouraging undocumented residents, You ask for county services or police protection when they need it without fear of being turned over to ice agents.
CDC requires face masks on airlines, public transportation
"The centers for disease control and prevention have issued an order requiring those traveling on airplanes and public transportation to wear face masks the order exempts children under the age of two and people with a disability that makes it unsafe to wear a mask the CDC says transportation operators can require a passenger provide medical documentation and travelers will be allowed to remove masks while eating or drinking but otherwise the order makes refusal to wear a mask of violation of federal law enforced by the transportation security administration and other federal state and local authorities in the CDC says some face coverings aren't good enough that list includes face shields bandannas masks with exhalation valves and masks that are too big or otherwise don't fit properly I'm Ben Thomas
Fairfax County adopts policy barring cooperation with federal immigration agents
"County Board of Supervisors banning county employees from disclosing the immigration status of county residents unless they're required to by state or federal law or a court order or subpoena the county's so called trust policy formalizes guidelines. A county employees were already expected to follow the county board chair, Jeff McKay says. While there are no known instances of county employees voluntarily sharing such information policies like the These are critical steps forward in building community trust and transparency.
Atlanta, Dallas-Fort Worth and Houston Top Of List For Airports Where TSA Confiscated Most Firearms At Security Checkpoints
"Pandemic has taken a toll on travel worldwide but fewer passengers did not lower the rate of guns being seized at security checkpoints in us airports but see essay says they found about ten guns for every million travelers. That came to check points in twenty twenty a record pace and double the rate of twenty nineteen. The agency says they seized three thousand five hundred twenty seven firearms last year. Even though the percentage was higher total number of firearms was about a thousand fewer than twenty nineteen. The top three airports with the most gun seized atlanta dallas fort worth and houston. Federal law prohibits passengers other than certain law enforcement officers from bringing guns or ammunition into the cabin but does allow passengers to put guns and checked bags. If they're unloaded and watch case. Rob dawson fox.
Trump entertained plan to install an attorney general who would help him pursue baseless election fraud claims
"Lead story. Today comes from the new york times and they say quote. The justice department's top leaders listened in stunned silence this month. One of their peers. They were told had devised a plan. Along with trump to oust. Jeffrey rosen as acting attorney. General and we'll the department's power to force georgia state. Lawmakers to overturn the presidential election results. This unassuming lawyer. Who worked on the plans names. Jeffrey clarke had been devising ways to cast doubt on the election results to bolster trump's continuing legal battles and the pressure on georgia politicians. Because mr jeffrey rosen had refused the president's entreaties to carry out those plans mr trump was about to decide whether to fire. Mr rosen and replace him with mr kark danial remember. We were talking about like. who's this. Jeffrey rosen person. And i was like well his career official. I don't think he's going to go along with the bullshit. Turns out we were right. He did not go along with the bullshit. The department officials convened on a conference. Call then ask each other. what would you do. If mr rosen was dismissed and the answer was unanimous. they would all resign in protest They're informed packed. Ultimately persuaded trump. To keep rosen in place calculating that a furor over mass resignations at the top of the justice department would eclipse any attention on his baseless accusations. Voter fraud so he didn't he didn't do it for the right reasons. He said If you everyone resigned and mass it would take. He wouldn't say and mass if everyone was designed all at once. Take away attention from my lies. And so he didn't and trump's decision came only after rosen and clark made their competing cases to him in a bizarre white house meeting to officials compared with an episode of the apprentice albeit one that could prompt a constitutional crisis. This should be looked at and light of the impeachment article that will be sent to the senate as majority leader. Chuck schumer has agreed to delay the impeachment trial until february eighth. Some people think that this shows weakness. I do not. I think this was a calculated political shrewd. Move by chuck schumer. I think it allows more evidence to come out about the insurrection which will make it more difficult for republicans to acquit. And i wanna be clear here not because they have morals but because voters do and voters will be holding them responsible It's going to be more morally difficult for them to acquit. And a lot of people say well. We had the momentum. Right after the insurrection to get this vote to acquit and then additional vote to prevent it from running for office again. But that's not the case they wouldn't have had seventeen republicans and they still don't today but as we start to learn more we may be able to push more republicans over the edge and again not because they have morals but because the people who vote them into office do and some of that evidence came to light this weekend including the arrest of a man who had plans to assassinate alexandria. Ocasio cortez self-styled militia members from virginia ohio and states also made plans to storm the capital days in advance and then communicated in real time as they breached the building on both sides and talked about hunting for lawmakers and that's according to court documents filed tuesday while authorities have charged more than one hundred individuals in the riott details in the new allegations against three. Us military veterans offer a very disturbing look at what they allegedly said to one another before during and after the attack statements that indicate a degree of preparation determination to rush deep into the halls and tons of congress to make citizens arrests of elected officials and they even mentioned sealed sealing off the tunnels and and putting gas in them. Us authorities charged the apparent leader of the oath keepers That's an extremist group. Thomas caldwell sixty six of virginia. They're all from virginia in the attack. Alleging that the navy veteran helped organize a ring of dozens who coordinated their movements as they quote stormed the castle to disrupt the confirmation of biden's electoral college victory. Despite this current department of justice officials and federal law enforcement officials are privately debating whether they should declined to charge some of the individuals who stormed the capital so politically loaded proposition. But one alert to the practical concern that hundreds of such cases cases could swamp the local courthouse. You know tough shit. Internal discussions are in the early stages. No decisions have been reached whether to forego charging some of these folks and that's according to multiple people familiar with the discussions and we also learned that trump's campaign paid more than two point seven million dollars over two years to individuals and firms that organized the january sixth rally that led to the riot And that's according to the center for responsive politics and these payments which span trump's reelection campaign. Show an ongoing financial relationship between rally organizers and trump's political operation they were all made through november twenty third the most recent date covered by the federal election commission filings. Which is before the rally was publicly announced. I'm sure we'll see more in the next. Fcc filing so. That's where we are.
AP source: Lawmakers threatened ahead of impeachment trial
"Federal law enforcement officials are examining a number of threats aimed at members of Congress as the second impeachment trial of former president trump nears an official told the Associated Press the threats include chatter about killing legislators or attacking them outside the U. S. capitol and that armed protesters could return to try to repeat what happened earlier this month when trump supporters stormed the capital this is prompting the U. S. capitol police and other federal law enforcement to insist thousands of National Guard troops remain in Washington as the Senate moves forward with plans for trump's impeachment trial next month I'm Julie Walker
Thousands of Guard troops will remain in D.C. through mid-March
"The National Guard troops protecting D C will be here longer than expected, as the city remains on high alert for potential threats. NBC four reports. The guard plans to continue supporting federal law enforcement agencies with 7000 members, then draw down to 5000 troops through mid March about 25,000 troops were on hand for the inauguration.
Texas attorney general challenges deportation freeze in first of promised lawsuits against Biden administration
"The Biden administration over a deportation pause. Well. 100 day deportation freeze by the Biden administration is unlawful and perilous, Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton argues filing a lawsuit to challenge the Department of Homeland Security policy announced this week. Deportation pause does have exceptions. Excluding anyone engaged in terrorism, espionage or posing a danger to national security. Paxton claims to executive action violates federal law. As well as agreements made between Texas and DHS. The deportation freeze is one of several executive actions from President Biden, who also reversed the Trump era travel ban. Stop funding for border Wall construction in Washington. Jared Halpern
Judge: New York lawsuit seeking NRA's dissolution can go forward
"A request by the National Rifle Association to dismiss a lawsuit seeking to dissolve the gun rights. Crew. York State attorney general The T shirt James in her lawsuit against the National Rifle Association, and several top officials claims the group mismanaged funds violated state and federal laws and even violated its own by laws and policies. A state judge Thursday rejected the entire race request to move the lawsuit out of New York City and to issue a stay or dismiss the case out right. James, in a statement says the ruling reaffirms that the N R A does not get to dictate if and where they will answer for their actions. The nation's largest gun rights group filed for bankruptcy protection last week and announced plans to reincorporate in Texas after 150 years in New York. Steve
"federal law" Discussed on TIME's Top Stories
"President trump announces surge of federal law enforcement agents into Chicago and. By colleen long and Jill Colvin the Associated Press in Washington. President, Donald Trump announced Wednesday that he will send federal agents into Chicago and Albuquerque to help combat rising crime, expanding the administration's intervention in local enforcement, as he runs for re-election under a law and order mantle, using the same alarmist language that he's employed in the past to describe illegal immigration trump painted democrat-led cities as out of control and lashed out at the quote. Radical left even though criminal justice experts say the increase in violence in some cities defies easy explanation. In recent weeks there has been a radical movement to defend dismantle, and and dissolve our police department. Trump said a White House event blaming the Movement for a shocking explosion of shootings, killings, murders and heinous crimes of violence. This bloodshed must end. He said this bloodshed will end. The decision to dispatch federal agents to American cities is playing out at a hyper politicized moment when trump is trying to show that he stands with law enforcement and Depict Democrats as weak on crime with less than four months to go before Election Day. Trump's been serving up. Dire warnings that the violence would worsen if his Democratic rival Joe Biden is elected in November as he tries to win over voters who could be swayed by that message. In trying to explain the spike in violence, experts point to the unprecedented moment the country's living through a pandemic. That's killed more than one hundred forty thousand Americans historic unemployment. Stay at home orders amass reckoning over race and police brutality, intense stress, and even the weather compared with other years. Crime is down. Overall local authorities have also complained that deploying federal agents to their cities has only exacerbated tensions on the streets hundreds of federal agents. Agents, already have been sent to Kansas. City Missouri to help quell a record rise in violence after the shooting death of a young boy. They're sending federal agents to help. Localities isn't uncommon attorney. General William Bar announced a similar surge effort in December for seven cities that had seen spiking violence. Usually the Justice Department sends agents under its own umbrella like agents from the Bureau of Alcohol Tobacco firearms and explosives or the Drug Enforcement. But this surge effort will include at least one Hundred Department of Homeland Security Investigations officers, working in the region who generally conduct drug, trafficking and child exploitation investigations. DHS officers have already been dispatched.
"federal law" Discussed on WINT 1330 AM
"A little bit about your area of expertise and you can maybe go into it a little further because it's a little bit more complicated than the way i described federal law call the individual ability education act called the itta and that is fan lien writes if their children are disabled and disabilities a really broad term that's that's kind of probably the biggest problem this entire field watch disabled your child may be dyslexic your child may have adhd and appear like oh walking talking typical person i do not use the word normal by the way language is really important here um or you might have a child who has some very obvious physical or social notional disability like autism and you've known about it from birth early childhood all of those children or protected and the objective of the act is to provide kids with right in schools and every state has just own regulations sorta like a contract states get money chooses this law and kids who qualify school district half to identify kids within the district who have disabilities and they've got to do this through what's called an evaluation it's an assessment and that's a requirement of the law and a lot of people probably heard about this something called an iep that's an individualized education program and that has to be drafted in cooperation with the parents and based on these assessments show once a kid has an i p there are entitled to a free appropriate public education and that means that it's an education that allows them to make meaningful progress weather and socially emotionally with an academic they're having a really rough time with math and.
"federal law" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM
"Immigration laws on things like sanctuary cities as he is federal law you there follow federal law you don't we're a were a nation of laws not a nation of men and the law is the law you follow law and and you are a lot of people saying that on immigration laws then when a turnaround say well big you can sort of ignored the whole marijuana thing don't get do i think if you use marijuana for whatever reason you wanna use it i do i think you ought to be sitting in jail send in prison puts a whole nother discussion over a beer which is legal i would i would tell you now i don't think so i don't all have strong feelings his i don't have a direct interest in that although on the issue of medical marijuana that that may just change not for me personally but just for people like i care very deeply about but the answer right now is if you're user medical marijuana federal law says you can't possessing the bill introduced here would say local law enforcement campuses fed's input new injure that mean the feds can't come do it it just means that local law enforcement can't help now again does that mean i oppose all others bowed i absolutely not i think it ought to be decriminalised by also thank you for a caller cells a nation of law and not a nation of men the process to involve going to congress and having congress decriminalize marijuana on the federal level it'd be done with it we will have the bait now is the idiot discussion even on immigration without wayne on immigration her on the gun guy show if if if if you don't want the immigration laws and think they unjust can go to congress through your elected federal representatives and heavily laws change don't just ignore them and don't support cities and states that ignore them well i think it's hypocritical.
"federal law" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM
"To bring it in line with federal law eddie other state laws here in indiana dealing with purchaser transfer of a of a gun now says it's illegal to buy a gun with intent to transfer it to someone you know who is ineligible to buy a gun from a dealer who's a dealer of federal firearms licences the that if you want to transfer gun to another private individual you can do so an indiana war dozen put restrictions on you in that respect unless you have reason to believe that person is ineligible to buy governor deal well as early as to the question of can you can you say you know they what why don't you pick out the gun you want i'll go down the gun store and buy it for you zack legal can you do that here in it again well again the transfer of a guard if you buy a gun intending to keep it the later change your mind decide give up someone else that's okay fong's that person can legally receive a gun or you'll have reasonably you're you're not knowingly transferring it to someone who can't buy a gun from a deal but but we're thomas a whole different you know your your your wife girlfriend khuzman boyfriend whoever it is says we i've picked out that you know pick a gun clocked nineteen june four that's the gum i want would you go down there by that four me for christmas rest now let's say in that situation your significant other whoever it is the is completely legal to go by their own though they have no criminal history there are no other prohibitions on that person's ability to possess a gutter by their own guy can you.
"federal law" Discussed on KHNR 690AM
"But let me tell you what's ironic about the yediot making this comment the fugitive slave acts plural there were two of them were federal loss they were federal laws the future the slave acts were federal or so those people who reject federalism those people who reject the tenth amendment it's ironic those people who think the federal government's noble the federal government's role about civil rights it's a mixed bag for the federal government as it to make bat mixed bag for certain states the fugitive slave acts essentially required the free states her neutral states to return escaped slaves to the states from where they came to the owners quote unquote from whom they escaped this was federal law federal law now as for it rama manuals point about where welcoming city we're not a sanctuary welcoming city we have federal law in this case which was upheld by the supreme court which essentially holds that the federal government controls the issue of immigration whether you agree with it or not and so what chicago storing in this case is not the same as what was done with respect to the fugitive slave act it's the same as what was done but the confederacy they're nullifying a federal law they're not buying a federal law not because the federal laws unconstitutional as the fugitive slaves slave acts were they're not buying a federal law because they're leftists who did disagree with it there simply leftists who disagreement.
"federal law" Discussed on WDRC
"You know a either a prosecute or or defend some one for breaking the law reich who is accused of breaking the law that's that's what it's about the the laws the big were when we go back and forth i mean every time that there is a any shooting what's the first thing the left does they jump on politics immediately now they don't wait it used to be a few days and then they would jump in will now it's immediate because of social media the comments are analysts and they go straight to it so gadgets disingenuous for the left to be a saying while the president's politicizing this listen it's a very real situation there's i don't care you can say politicizing or not it doesn't matter what you say about it the questions remain the debate will always remain as long as we have sanctuary cities who are not willing to go out of their way proactively lee to create policy that says we're not going to help these federal law enforcement of this nation you know they enjoy their their national parks they enjoy the benefits that the federal government provides to them but when it comes to the federal government doing their job on immigration no we're not going to be a part of that and and that's what this his it was political from the get go how is creating sanctuary city policies not political it always had at exactly that's that's the entire point of it they're doing it to make a point and in this case it cost the life thank you sir thank you read you we're pressured the whole discussion of a negative political is like saying water is what what you're making water y yes stop making waterway you guys with all the who all you guys as though with the waters drank it you're just bring it in my glass i thank you captain obvious that so yeah and and i brought up earlier because it's it's it is you know humorous if it wasn't for trump politicize will do so reasonably politicized unit americans believe it's wrong won't but you know this this is the whole thing is that the left far too often gets the victim dismisses the victim and this goes back to an earlier caller what if as the a ceiling manual does than you would have seen protesters vowed you would have seen you know and and.
"federal law" Discussed on VIBES-LIVE
"In life love plenty of cut both and all and luke powell and bon iver and pay gulf veering is with the gold luke the their third gold federal law in any way the core in the patron looping gulf very very common home i know you've done bonner bolton but uh old download a new the title all the time goo of bottom now from being beaten up all night bill dowd ludi lin luke okay knows boom and when the result of david luke maye at that point one no the wrath the death another though the rebel funded following the full old old day he is song hey struggled thus nick she association hurled no full rotate shark tank for all of full hey.
"federal law" Discussed on KQED Radio
"That this mistake meant kelly with flagged as part of his background check to be ineligible to buy a firearm civilized can be effective that left just as they have some pretty big hulls the most glaring one is in our federal law and in many state laws dating partners are not covered and that's known as the girlfriend loophole he says a lot of couples even an abusive relationships stay together a time and never get married unmarried women are at even higher risk in their abusers aren't gonna make it onto any database to prevent them from buying a weapon okay so this this link is pretty clear we know that domestic offenders may be more likely to commit mass shootings are other other signs to help predict who might become more violent let's so obviously the people in the most danger our infant partners of domestic offenders and with your says mass shootings are so rare that it's really hard to develop a strong pattern but he did say there are few signs that authorities could look out for if they want to turn of flags certain people here's eighth as individuals who are massing on new number of weapons than larr to mount of ammo that obviously is a red flag individuals whose violence generally extends beyond the family relationship also you would be of an indicator of greater danger but i just think about the massive attack in las vegas at the concert the shooter amassed this huge number of weapons employ found them in that hotel room but beyond that we don't know anything about him i mean no reports of domestic trouble no history of violence that were aware of on the injury and that ina that's really the issue webster points out that trying to evict predict will become a violent is an exact science and especially in these mass shootings their perpetrators that fit some patterns but there's no perfect profile of a person's can take a.
"federal law" Discussed on WAFS Biz 1190
"To what really quickly abc he's cutting jobs god we're we're we're a show we promote jobs but abc i gotta tell you they are not doing this country any good so i'm not really shedding a tear over that no i am not either on any of the seas really worry me abc cbs nbc cnbc msnbc it just goes on all of them have an agenda that agenda driven in a journalistic driven that's for sure incredible hole but on the other hand i was very impressed that don lemon a cnn was crying the other day because he was very upset about a white supremacist i swear i'm telling the truth he was upset he was crying because he felt he was victimized by white supremacists it's on the internet for white supremacist um i dunno i mean it's this is just another way way over topic but you know we're we were we were talking about jobs here today and we got to talk about jobs in the marijuana business and there's a lot of jobs being created in the marijuana visit i gotta tell you that i've seen people you know getting involved in investing in mere want my mother's investing in marijuana stocks i mean it it it's i always tell you about it was very hip i want you to know that and she's a pretty hip later when i never seen her do a net but you know the whole thing is i i i know other folks who are investing who are trying to get license the growth howwever a attorney general jeff sessions today said that federal law clearly is in effect in states where marijuana is legal in what he's saying is that hey look it's still it's still nationally illegal to be involved in marijuana to to to possess it to grow it and to do business with it um even for medical purposes it is against federal law and he sing that they are going to do their best to enforce federal law wherever they believe that they need to do.
"federal law" Discussed on PRI's The World
"Any kind of a crime if there's something about their behaviour something about them not suggests that there unlawfully in the country sell makeup it could be your name could be their inability to speak english any number of factors there's no opportunity for that reality to be communicated to ice and turn not cooperate with federal law enforcement minimises the likelihood of having of an effective outcome ensuring the greatest likelihood of justice and the greatest likely to protect ethnic instead of california so you see a future of legal chaos in california but some proponents of the law say it'll actually make community safer partly because crime victims and witnesses won't be afraid to come forward would you agree with them well i i think is a totally false argument uh in my time and law enforcement never ever are gonna have occasion to ask somebody about their immigration status shook they were victim of a crime a witness to a crime or even a suspect in a crime however incidental to all right incarcerating them for state or local violations of law if there's information to suggest that they are immigration violator of that information can be shared only when they're in custody for something else so this false narratives has been created that there subject to deportation if they reported crime absolutely not true but to to act like they are not violating immigration law and does send a mixed message i think is contrary to federal law confirms the constitution so your position john is that california no state has the right to declare itself a sanctuary state is that what you're saying.
"federal law" Discussed on KMJ NOW
"Pike here in california let's go to the phone lines now again that number four nine zero 58 eight will started off with matthew matthew what do you think hey how's it going to go out you know i'm more worried about take them all right or that igf triple bill laura uh with having uh you know i'm going to let it go south and mary pat that little show the law or uh i gotta call out the bribery show at a concert or federal law electrically uh either alone or go out there and enforce laws for you were when they when they don't apply to their dive think uh offduty law or it probably oh think we might wish can entertain order air show on earth there are a threat of a they do get by many although her percent agree with everything wall and artha so i'm i'm not i'm not tracking with you matthew talk to me a little bit more about what you mean about are saying there at the area but what are i think what i need to go out and help already know when it comes to the magazine limit or the fight with a gun or even a our choice group uh you know the first thing about it you know why why are a law enforcement or very pro second secondly hit off here so people even allowing us to be or face an eternity in are making the era but it goes down to it at the end of the day none of that really applies to them when they get off work they go into the doors none of that legislation effect on at all uh and so anyway we don't have uh if if you and we have more people out our team if they are exempt from that law or survival stand up with eligible uh home what well i have found that just to be.
"federal law" Discussed on Where Should We Begin? with Esther Perel
"I like her whole marriage is just me around there on your needs and you never try like i knowing that you thing by providing the but that you did your part but i'm talking more about a motion low things i've been trying to show you that i don't know if in there and a good job of it but you've been much better in terms of how your home your involved was the kids more feels like a family more now by the love thing between us that federal law to bring back so one of the ways it comes back is when you do have defeating debt he gets what does it mean to say i feel used that doesn't mean it's own what he did i understand in a part of weight when sunam defame me is because you did absorb some very old patriarchal of notions of a heft to give it to him because that's what men needles that's part of like call where race and his 10yearold daddy's cut chater to manion in gator to them you just give it to them and he doesn't want you to just give it to him the conversation will be primarily on each of you having the excuse of tear the person gets it and that you can together see what happen to us what did we do versus you did this and you did that don't let this sit and daunting time is going to do all of it it needs attention you kits are watching.
"federal law" Discussed on On Point with Tom Ashbrook | Podcasts
"Yeah it seemed to be places where elderly people tend to retire um and i agree with what he's saying that there are i mean i've heard stories about family members who are frustrated because it's too hard to get guardianship over a loved one so i think generally as just a field of the law that is not um to the coherent are consistent or regulated so it can go in either direction in in las vegas i think it was just uh so bad that it that i would say that it was criminal by it was operating with the approval of the courts and i had been going on for i mean since the 80s so this is thirty years of people who have deprived of autonomy in of contact with family um easily in the final years of their lives mike thanks so much for the call a pimp taster guardianship is still controlled statebystate right not by federal law is that correct yes mary it's a creature of each state has different state laws and what you're hearing is a reflection of how this particular state laws function kentucky by the way has a really nice system of an ice adversarial system but it is the only state in the country that has a jury trial in in one of the reasons this abuse may happen is that there are no statistics right no hard data about how many how much this is going on no expletive guardianship data out there to to that that states keep dronka there's very little of that jana the the caller mary who talked about a protective services that would be where i usually go to to try to understand the problem uh but really uh what is what is really um uh agree just is that there are no data no one state at all knows how many people were under guardianship in it that's incredible rachel no state knows.
"federal law" Discussed on KKAT
"Six firearms owners protection act the agency responsible for administering and enforcing federal firearm laws including machine gun laws as the bureau of alcohol tobacco farms and explosives let's see federal law is a violation for any of the following to acquire a or possess firearms including machine guns anyone under indictment for or convicted of thoni fugitives from justice illegal aliens anyone unlawfully using or addicted to control substances and he went subject to a domestic violence restraining order veterans discharged under dishonorable conditions anyone who has an adjudicated mentally defective are committed to a mental institution people have renounced their us citizenship anyone who's been convicted of misdemeanor crime involving domestic violence and he goes on and on and on you cannot just walk into a storm by machinegun or an automatic weapon born automatic weapon now let's go back to our caller allen go right ahead management work requiring added per power power where where i'm not in a perception management i'm into reality and substance and if there is something that you want to propose that will actually protect americans we wanna hear it from your i don't want to hear your psycho babbel about perception management go ahead put a handgun in a college student hair right.
"federal law" Discussed on The Majority Report with Sam Seder
"Uh you know what what has happened since the end of the 1960s does to that extent represent a real and dramatic shift in american immigration policy that is certainly true and so uh and we're we're we in terms of amisi the the the nazis looked to um thirty different states for anti miscegenation uh laws what did they have any issue with me was there any sort of legalistic uh questions surrounding the idea of like state laws versus a federal law did that come to play at all in a hi how did they sort of integrate those two bodies our where they just looking for just any type of precedent when not very much i a couple of nazis who really new america more well understood the problems distinguishing stay for federal law i'm but in the discussions i talk about the topic is really generally just the united states or america with relatively little sense they were certainly aware that although for example there were thirty states with anti such a nation laws on the books they were obviously eighteen at the time that didn't uh they knew there were there was a huge variety in american law they knew there was inconsistency in america more what they typically said about this variety an inconsistency was that the americans although they clearly had gotten the right idea at they achieved the fundamental recognition as the basic nazi temple put it were nevertheless not being sufficiently rigorous and carrying out uh the race program uh their hope intention of course with the nazi regime would be much more rigorous about doing the same thing and that's the way they tend to to talk about it uh not tolerate tolerating any such regional differences or.
"federal law" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN
"And is talk 1130 wins n two on rush limbaugh one of them are failing show hopefully one from this programme 'cause i loved him back on the show and announce a winner so get busy texting all right here's what's coming up on the program let's see a bit of a small perhaps category one hurricane over foxconn so we'll talk about that i i n until it looks like the storm is getting substantially more powerful i'm gonna call this something you only have to you know basically take care to protect yourself for home the foxconn kerfuffle going on with the republican senate so we'll talk about that on the show i also on the program milwaukee county has signalled its intention to use milwaukee county taxpayer money to sue the federal government over what over the federal government telling milwaukee county if you expect to receive federal law enforcement grants designed to help you enforce federal law you have to actually enforce federal law know shocking milwaukee county things like chicago like a handful of other cities quite likely think that they're going to be successful in court suing the federal government over threatening to withhold federal law enforcement grants if they continue to enable federal law breaking obviously i'm talking about sanctuary cities here milwaukee so intent on maintaining its position as a sanctuary city that it somehow also thinks that has the ability to demand from the rest of the country taxpayer money to promote lawbreaking how's that going to work out for milwaukee county probably not well and yet you're going to pay for it because virtue signalling costs money so we'll talk about that on the show as well and also the hyperbole and hysteria that is surrounding the administration the administration's reaction to an a a much more aggressive and assertive north korea and also demands some addresses well congressman sean duffy will join me on that text that word text that word don't be asking me for it either already told you that were not allowed to tell you more than once from get texting that word on that national contest to win those tickets the i heredia music festival just do that right now otherwise you'll be shop paying for tickets online if you want to go to.
"federal law" Discussed on KOIL
"And i need to ask a huge huge favour that you do get our podcast make sure that you give us a five star rating and then also if you could give us a written review that will totally help us get to the top of the the ratings chart there for the podcast and also tech news this week and commando ondemand a christopher in gaffe these south carolina either christopher i am hour i'm good chris what's going on a federal law but all her in south carolina one of the issues that we have a call at all his hike were more pipe work that you at you the more you owe the more sure i don't like that we how low of our r and they're a whole m n i don't like that now those where we will wait hold on just like the forms that you say their online and type of all are they at the police station's website or that gray or they are they are they on the web or are they on the individual computers no no they're they're they're within our own and by okay so your internal site okay awesome okay keep on us at great yes ma'am and so they're they're they're walkup what alarms out there that when you have a hand right whale most of the four that we have to hand why not really a big club it's not a lot of information however there is one it it period too right information and done everything i know so i can only thank it will appeal have taken a picture of it all converted it if it our whatever end on an i can often i could actually wording on it however went out and stuff like that were always all gray and uh you know there's probably some legacy formatting even hidden characters that you may not just see in this form when it was first created and of course you tried like pdf filler you tried all those normal suspects no no i heard about back yes yes we can and and the way the dow the there you actually got at high or you actually your why uh about a big.