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Campbell leads parade of hopefuls for mayor's chair, Boston

WBZ Morning News

01:00 min | 6 months ago

Campbell leads parade of hopefuls for mayor's chair, Boston

"With her message in her run for mayor. WBC's Mike Macklin. She announces she's running for mayor last September when it appeared she be taking on Marty Walsh. Popular second term incumbent Now City Councilor Andrea Campbell faces only fellow council of Michelle Woo with mayor Wall she expected to leave office in the coming days to be president. Joe Biden, secretary of labor Campbell says Walsh's departure won't change her campaign strategy. You know it never was about who was in the office who was going to jump in the race or who else might jump in the race. It was looking at the moment in time we're in and saying it is about time to the city of Boston addresses home painful history with race and racism. And the persistent inequities that continue in the city of Boston. As a result of that city Council President Kim Janey will take over as acting mayor would Marty Walz leaves for D? C. But she hasn't said whether she'll run to keep the top job at City Hall. What? Macklin WBZ. Boston's news radio outrage continuing after members

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Seattle City Council Member Calls for Immediate Budget Cuts to Police

Morning News with Manda Factor and Gregg Hersholt

00:17 sec | 1 year ago

Seattle City Council Member Calls for Immediate Budget Cuts to Police

"Officers were injured. Seattle City Council member Shama Sawant once proposed cuts to the Seattle Police Department's budget. To happen immediately, and she's expected to offer amendments to the current proposal to slash funding by 50%. Asking fellow council members to make it happen this year and

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"fellow council" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

01:48 min | 2 years ago

"fellow council" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"Yes yes it is more than more than all of the Democrats combined I don't know if you guys are where the for there's a coup coming tanks are coming to Washington DC present from you know install himself at first WMAL FM with which WMAL Washington while five point nine FM W. eight where Washington comes to talk email news at nine good morning I'm John Matthews knew this hour in battle DC councilmember Jack Evans is set to make his case at this hour it was felt fellow council members at his own request Evans who has been dogged by allegations of multiple ethics violations will plead his own case in front of the DC council Evans the longest serving DC council member has already relinquished his role on the wall mount aboard his fellow council members vote next week on whether to strip Evans of his chairmanship on the DC finance committee Evans says he simply wants to tell his side of the story Barbara brick WMAL and WMAL dot com Maryland is withholding more than fifty five million dollars in capital funding for metro after the state's transportation secretary accuse the transit agency of stonewalling on audits and refusing to be accountable over how the state's money is being spent Pete Ron who is set to join metro support in the coming days says Metru set a pattern of not cooperating with the state capital funds pay for physical equipment buses and rail cars for example Maryland operating fund contributions money to keep the system running are not impacted the presidential election so more than a year away but political scientists are already trying to figure out who's going to win bad news for president Donald Trump and Republicans according to Rachel bit coffer with the Watson center for public policy at Christopher Newport university my model right now.

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"fellow council" Discussed on Here & Now

Here & Now

03:21 min | 2 years ago

"fellow council" Discussed on Here & Now

"He helped create the national parks. You've spent a lot of your life in, in and around urban areas. Do you feel like you have an appreciation for rural America or, or the more natural part of the United States? Oh, yeah, anytime I can get outdoors and go for a hike. It's like a godsend. It's a literal, and figurative breath of fresh air, actually teddy Roosevelt's. Great granddaughters, godfather, figure that one. Really? Yeah. But I'm a huge fan of the great outdoors. I would preserve our natural forests and lands, we've been trending in the opposite direction there. And that's something that we need to get right for the next generations, who's your favorite president. You know, I'd say teddy in part because I feel sorta spiritually aligned. But also he did so much that struck me as nonpartisan bipartisan. Plus he finished a speech after being shot. I mean, what's, what's more bad than that? What would you say is your biggest challenge right now to get this? Nation, the only challenge I have is having more Americans. Meet me get a sense of me in the campaign in my vision for the country, would you support any of your democratic opponents? If they beat you in the primary all the goal is to win. I've met the other candidates, and I could work with many of them and many of them will have a place in the Yang administration. That is Andrew Yang, who is a democrat running for president of the United States. Thanks so much for joining us. Thank you. It's been a pleasure. The city of states will North Carolina voted Monday night to keep its flag size limit to twenty five by forty feet. That's big. But that means an even bigger flag at the outdoor store. Gander RV us to go that flag is forty by eighty feet nearly as big as basketball court, but CNBC reality show host Mark limos, who's the CEO of Camping World, which owns the store, says he's not taking it down and John Stafford is siding with him. One of three city council members who are several others voted against a bigger flag. John, welcome. Thank you. Well, as you know, your fellow council members say, this is the law and limos appealed for a variance a few years ago. But according to the city, didn't prove that this size restriction caused him any hardship which is how you change a law. So make your case that he should be allowed to keep the flag. That's is, there's always been, my belief that the American flag should not be part of our sign or. Nets government has the responsibility to pass laws and ordinances. That create order and safety beyond that I don't believe it is the rule of government to do that. Those laws become contentious, people stop obeying them and all citizenry becomes outlaws. Whereas, you know, your fellow council member? William Morgan says this is not about patriotism. It has to do with being a nation of laws. And that's what the flag stands for. And once they say to one citizen while. Yeah, you can go with a massive flag. They have to say to somebody else. Yeah. You don't have to cut your lawn or you can do something that might block somebody else's business. You know, in other words, we have to abide by laws agree one hundred percent we are nation of laws, and if it was somebody's lawn. That is order, if that flagpole was an airspace was dangerous. Those are safety issues, this violates. None of those parameters I believe he has a.

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"fellow council" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

03:55 min | 2 years ago

"fellow council" Discussed on KQED Radio

"You are. I'm Robin young. It's here and now the city is states will North Carolina voted Monday night to keep its flag size limit to twenty five by forty feet. That's big. But that means an even bigger flag at the outdoor store. Gander RV has to go that flag is forty by eighty feet nearly as big as basketball court, but CNBC reality show, host Marcus limos, who's the CEO of Camping World, which owns the store since he's not taking it down. And John Stafford is siding with him. One of three city council members who are several others voted against a bigger flag. John, welcome. Thank you. Well, as you know, your fellow council members say this is the law and Lomas appealed for a variance a few years ago. But according to the city, didn't prove that this size restriction caused him any hardship which is how you change a law. So make your case that he should be allowed to keep the flag. That's is always been, my belief that the America. Flag should not be part of our sign ordinance government has the responsibility to pass laws and ordinances. That create order and safety beyond that, I believe it is the rule of government to do that. Those laws become contentious, people stop obeying them and all citizenry becomes out was well, as you know, your fellow council member. William Morgan says this is not about patriotism. It has to do with being a nation of laws. And that's what the flag stands for. And once they say to one citizen while. Yeah, you can go with a massive flag. They have to say to somebody else. Yeah. You don't have to cut your lawn or you can do something that might block somebody else's business. You know, in other words we have to abide by laws. I agree a hundred percent. We all the nation of laws, and if it was somebody's lawn that is order at that flagpole was in an airspace was dangerous. Those are safety issues, this violates. None of those. Those parameters I believe he has a first amendment right to fly that flag, and we city do not have a right to tell him. He cannot back in two thousand fifteen when the city rejected that request for a variance last year. The city council agreed to a small increase in the flag size limit to try to compromise twenty five bucks. When I ran for office, it was part of my, and this is such a minor issue, compared to the major items we have to deal with in our city. But if I could just jump on that for a second, that's what, you know, people on the opposite side of this argument are saying, you know, this has clogged up city hall. They can't take care of business. Can barely answer their phones? You know, it shouldn't it be Mr. la- Mona's who drops this for the sake of the city Mitch didn't institute. We did as a city. He's done this another municipalities, and they had the foresight not to go ahead and try to enforce it upon him again. It's the American flag. Each flags you dick with this. You see them everywhere throughout our state, and our nation eighty four years pretty big meantime, Camping World. Yeah. Well, okay, we'll Camping World has more than ten thousand dollars in fines, and Marcus lamotta says he'll go to jail. Some of said, you know, maybe Camping World isn't doing that, well financially and you and others are playing right into his hands in that this is a great marketing campaign for him for him. It may be a great marketing campaign and not any of my concern. He's a businessman in the city of St. still he pays taxes. He employs people, we should not make it difficult for businesses in our city to do what they need to do, as long as it doesn't cause harm or violate other people's. Right. It's councilmember John Stafford of the state's Ville city council and they're North Carolina. John, thank you so much for talking to us about this. I think you very much your guy. Millions of Americans.

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"fellow council" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

01:39 min | 2 years ago

"fellow council" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"Who are making it clear that she will not answer questions about her time in the White House. They referring to a letter sent by the White House counsel last night. That's baloney who said that she is immune from answering questions about her service in the White House. And of course, there are number of questions that Democrats have had planned to ask our correspondent Manu Rajoo another house panel is holding a hearing into the Boeing seven thirty-seven max jet and getting. An earful from Allied Pilots Association. Dan, Carey he is just infuriated at all this innuendo and talk up on Capitol Hill by Boeing and the FAA that somehow or another, you can blame this on pilots. He wants to put the focus squarely on this plane, the design of this plane, and why and how the FAA certified this plane to fly respondent drew Griffin. So at least sewin- burger the pilot who landed his jet on a frozen Hudson river in New York. A decade ago is also testifying today. Montgomery County lawmakers are demanding solutions to outages that are plaguing. The county's emergency communication system, though. Your police officer you're in a building you need to call for backup. You want your radio to work. They want to get a busy signal. But that's exactly what happened over mother's day weekend for more than twelve hours when police and firefighters had to scramble using cell phones. Instead council member Hans Riemer called the communications failure. Outrageous, fellow council member. Andrew freidan agreed. I mean, this is a drastic operational failure, and now new battles by residents who don't want new towers, nearby is delaying a fix by at least another year. Barbara WMA Ellen WMA AL dot com. And then there's this..

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"fellow council" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

02:08 min | 2 years ago

"fellow council" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"The perils of immigrants, and what they're fading and they're facing in their native countries before seeking asylum in the United States. He says the White House should be supporting pathways to safety and opportunity instead of cutting a Central America, which Newsom believes will further fuel illegal immigration in the past few weeks dead. Wales have washed up along the west coast last week a gray whale became stranded in the carquinez strait near the town of rodeo, Dr product dig- in the marine mammal center in sausalito, performed the Nick Nick, Nick crops. I should say indeterminate the whale died of malnutrition. But he also said that the starvation of grave Wales is a result of overpopulation, probably at the level of what the environment can support. So very young animals will not be able to fund sufficient food, and some of the very older animals like this guy. We did the crops on yesterday will not be able to sustain themselves, and they'll die from mount utrition. So it's it's an actual phenomenon. The chief research pathologist also says the problem of malnourished Wales also happened twenty years ago and that lowered the population enough to allow them to thrive. But now twenty years later, there's not enough natural food to support the growing population of gray whales. They say they council on his law. Make American relations wants a southern California mayor too. Resign over multiple images posted on Facebook needs to apologize and the white thing for him is to leave office. It's not befitting of a person like him to be the mayor of care, Los Angeles, executive director who saw a loose says Yucaipa mayor Bobby Dunkin posted hateful words by sharing the memes which included one claiming Islam was mankind's. Most violent supremacist culture. Other memes, criticized illegal immigration Dunkin posted on Facebook yesterday that he supported the US constitution, but not was not trying to negatively impact the city. His fellow council members or the community, and he promised to serve all Yucaipa residents equally along with more caution on what he would post on Facebook, not of the arrest of Julian Assange and other top national stories on news ninety three point one K F B K. Julian.

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"fellow council" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

01:32 min | 2 years ago

"fellow council" Discussed on 710 WOR

"It's thirty thirty-one in cloudy at five o'clock. Good evening. I'm no one Lleyton. Former Trump campaign chief Paul Manafort is awaiting sentencing in federal court in northern Virginia at this hour. He was convicted of tax evasion could get a decade or more behind bars. Straphangers lawmakers getting together this afternoon to call on the MTA to figure out why debris falling from the elevated tracks in queens to the street below wwl wars James flippin has more speaker flanked by fellow council members including Jimmy van Bremer and Daniel drama queens who represent districts for the seven line runs on elevated track fan Bremer says it's only luck that no one's been killed. Where is the protective netting? Where is the emergency scaffolding two weeks ago? A wooden beam fell nearly impaling a driver while Wednesday was a hunk of metal that cracked windshield councilman drums says lead paint. Meanwhile is a nearly forgotten concern. The last time I remember being painted with nineteen Eighty-one speaker Johnson, renewing his call for buses and subways. Return to city control at city hall, James flippin for seven ten W O R cops questioning a person of interest in the groping of a girl in queens. This comes hours after the NYPD released a photo of the wanted. Man police say the first incident happened February twelfth seven train is pulled into Queensboro plaza happened again same victim on a train at the eighty-sixth street. Subway, stop state and federal leaders trying to address the decades of neglect and mismanagement and the city's public housing program today Federal Housing official Lin patent touring the dilapidated queens bridge public houses in Long Island city. This is.

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"fellow council" Discussed on WJR 760

WJR 760

02:05 min | 2 years ago

"fellow council" Discussed on WJR 760

"He owns the mayor came out of his house to talk to reporters and was asked. If he was surprised I am. Blindsided. I don't want to say, you know, again, I don't want to ever say blindsided. But but but I'm surprised for sure I'm gonna I'm gonna continue to work with them. I'm going to do everything I can do. But at this time, I just can't comment. I don't want to jeopardize the investigation. So thank you guys very much the exact nature of the probe was not announced. But it does come amid questions about Taylor. Police officers pocketing vehicle inspection fees and allegations that so LARs in a city councilman received kickbacks while towing contractor, Ken Rogulski, WJR news. Detroit city council rejecting auto Ramos request to stage. A stunt jump of a car in Detroit saying the events supporting the confederate flag auto ram had planned to open the sixty seven th annual show on March first with a smokey and the bandit replica car going airborne off of a ramp recreating a scene from the nineteen seventy seven movie councilman Scott Benson, telling fellow council members the car quotes still proudly flies a confederate flag, which is. A symbol of oppression slavery as well as home bred American terrorism. Now, the original Pontiac Firebird trans AM from the movie carried a front license plate with the former state of Georgia flag, which features a confederate emblem. Recent. Facebook post though show that Amblin had been removed a high school student from Covington Kentucky is suing the Washington Post for defamation claiming the newspaper falsely accused him of racist acts and an instigating a confrontation with a native American activists in January. This had been videotaped at the Lincoln Memorial. That incident went viral sixteen year old nNcholas and man is seeking two hundred and fifty million dollars in damages. The lawsuit claims that the newspaper wrongfully targeted and then bullied the teen to advance its bias against President Trump because Sandman is a white Catholic who wore a make America great hat a souvenir cap. This was during a school field trip to the March for life anti abortion.

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"fellow council" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

WHAS 840 AM

02:40 min | 3 years ago

"fellow council" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

"People. Are disadvantaged they're picking locations where there, are large number of people. That live in poverty they're picking locations where there is already alcohol saturation in the area in that. Area has already had negative impacts alcohol. Fellow Council members. Jessica green Barbara Sexton, Smith and Barbara Shanklin also supporting similar demonstrations in their districts the Family Dollar corporate office releasing a statement saying, the chain is trying to provide customers with a convenient option. To purchase adult beverages while shopping for everyday needs election managers around. Louisville say they're doing all they can to make sure November's. Election is secure Noriega Budi with. The Jefferson County board of elections says they met with representatives of the department of. Homeland security they went over the entire process of handling ballot somehow the ballots are taken to the polls to how, the, votes are counted at the end of the day in Washington the president says he's not planning on trying to weaken. Russian sanctions sanctions on Russia will remain. As is at the White House Monday the president says those sanctions on the. Kremlin will remain the president has strongly rejected, criticism he wasn't tough enough on Vladimir Putin at their Helsinki summit he argues That no, president has, ever been tougher on Russia then he is in California more than a. Dozen wildfires continue to rage out of control the car fire near reading in northern California now scorching more than one hundred and three thousand acres there's only twenty. Three percent contained that, fire responsible for six deaths and more than eight hundred homes being burnt Stephen Colbert weighing in on the sexual misconduct allegations against his boss CBS president les Moonves this Matthew jokes about. My boss being in trouble and we're still broadcasting Stephen Colbert on last night's the late show beginning with a joke is he. Addressed the sexual misconduct allegations against CBS president, les Moonves says, but the rest was serious as coal bear spoke, for over three minutes including about how women are speaking out. Now after being ignored for decades so we shouldn't be surprised. That when the change comes it. Comes radically this war is just a natural backlash to all. That silence Bear also noted that. Moon Vaz's gave him his job and supports the show but even so accountability is meaningless unless it's for everybody whether it's the leader. Of a network or the leader of the free world. Christopher Watson ABC news repeating this hour's top story Al impede involved in an injury accident at seventh inhale potentially. Involving a pedestrian your next news update coming at.

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Stephen Colbert addresses sexual misconduct allegations against Les Moonves

Kentuckiana's Morning News

02:40 min | 3 years ago

Stephen Colbert addresses sexual misconduct allegations against Les Moonves

"People. Are disadvantaged they're picking locations where there, are large number of people. That live in poverty they're picking locations where there is already alcohol saturation in the area in that. Area has already had negative impacts alcohol. Fellow Council members. Jessica green Barbara Sexton, Smith and Barbara Shanklin also supporting similar demonstrations in their districts the Family Dollar corporate office releasing a statement saying, the chain is trying to provide customers with a convenient option. To purchase adult beverages while shopping for everyday needs election managers around. Louisville say they're doing all they can to make sure November's. Election is secure Noriega Budi with. The Jefferson County board of elections says they met with representatives of the department of. Homeland security they went over the entire process of handling ballot somehow the ballots are taken to the polls to how, the, votes are counted at the end of the day in Washington the president says he's not planning on trying to weaken. Russian sanctions sanctions on Russia will remain. As is at the White House Monday the president says those sanctions on the. Kremlin will remain the president has strongly rejected, criticism he wasn't tough enough on Vladimir Putin at their Helsinki summit he argues That no, president has, ever been tougher on Russia then he is in California more than a. Dozen wildfires continue to rage out of control the car fire near reading in northern California now scorching more than one hundred and three thousand acres there's only twenty. Three percent contained that, fire responsible for six deaths and more than eight hundred homes being burnt Stephen Colbert weighing in on the sexual misconduct allegations against his boss CBS president les Moonves this Matthew jokes about. My boss being in trouble and we're still broadcasting Stephen Colbert on last night's the late show beginning with a joke is he. Addressed the sexual misconduct allegations against CBS president, les Moonves says, but the rest was serious as coal bear spoke, for over three minutes including about how women are speaking out. Now after being ignored for decades so we shouldn't be surprised. That when the change comes it. Comes radically this war is just a natural backlash to all. That silence Bear also noted that. Moon Vaz's gave him his job and supports the show but even so accountability is meaningless unless it's for everybody whether it's the leader. Of a network or the leader of the free world. Christopher Watson ABC news repeating this hour's top story Al impede involved in an injury accident at seventh inhale potentially. Involving a pedestrian your next news update coming at.

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"fellow council" Discussed on WSB-AM

WSB-AM

01:41 min | 3 years ago

"fellow council" Discussed on WSB-AM

"With students on board when at school spokesman bernard watson says the witness sent the patriot to district administrators we would like to thank the good samaritan for her determination her persistence and letting us know about this incident best driver in dekalb county was also recently fired for texting with a student on board in gwinnett county sandra parrish wsb smyrna police accused the woman of distracted driving when she struck and killed a man outside an apartment complex on windy hill where we feel is that what we have at this point leads us in a good direction to think that she was a distracted driving chief louis defense tells channel two action news it took several months to assemble the evidence to charge let me burden with the hiccuper homicide and reckless driving marietta councilman calls police to accuse a fellow council member of assault reggie copeland claims andy morris flipped them the bird and got up in his face after testy meeting monday others on the council say it did not get physical but copeland's filed a complaint and seeks a restraining order a judge sets a hearing date later this month after judge clears the way for the at and t time warner merger abc's rebecca jarvis predicts more megamergers very likely will have two bidders disney which is the parent company of abc news and comcast which has been inching closer and closer to making a bid to own some of the assets of twenty first century fox at and t hopes to close its deal with time warner in a week wsb news time eight eleven before eight thirty we will get the thoughts of wsb consumer champ ian clark howard on what that merger means what it could mean in the future and what it'll mean for you and me as a consumer it's it eleven smilin' mark mckay for scott slade atlanta's morning news rolls on with today's forecast wsb meteorologist kirk mellish following those thunder shower chances that's right and we're giving on a six meter for today with a fifty.

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"fellow council" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

01:53 min | 3 years ago

"fellow council" Discussed on KOMO

"Here's the top local stories recovering for tuesday june twelfth many of the roughly seventy thousand korean americans who live in western washington watched the us north korean summit closely one of those was sarah oh president of the federal way koreanamerican association there's a lot of work ahead but this is just a first step a very important first step to what can potentially lead to the end of a korean war she says the korean peninsula is still deeply divided but she hopes the summit means a peaceful reunification of the two countries is closer komo news time is four thirty two business leaders and community members are sorting out the seattle city council's apparent aboutface on these socalled head tax komo's joel moreno reports we had an access at twenty thousand signatures were well above since of victory was already in the air as an effort to overturn a tax on seattle's biggest businesses declared more than signatures to make the ballot watching my market laid a lot of the groundwork here people are coming right up i want to sign this so people were aware they they knew what it was about and they wanted to sign denise more gucci says the council needs to be more accountable and how it uses tax dollars in already committed to confronting homelessness instead of asking for more money from those who create jobs and generate revenue as pass the tax would bring in nearly fifty million dollars a year for affordable housing and emergency services that's komo's joel merino reporting only too slowly to city council members are not part of that repeal one is teresa moscato said she's not on board until some other plan is in place didn't make a decision easy to support the employee hours tax initially i didn't make a decision easy today on to not be able to support it i will happily find a replacement strategy but we have to know with that path forward is mosquitoes said she's committed to working with fellow council members and the business.

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"fellow council" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

01:48 min | 3 years ago

"fellow council" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"State of the union today utah's gop convention did not go the way mitt romney it hopes today i'm asking for your support that we may come out of this convention as united party with all of us pulling together going into the general election none of the twelve senate candidates romney included met the sixty percent threshold to avoid a primary romney actually came in second in convention voting behind state representative mike kennedy romney oh now go up against kennedy in the primary set for june twenty six dc council member trae on white says he is done apologizing putting out a facebook live video this weekend not going anywhere i'm not stepping down i'm not going to be quiet i'm just not three of his fellow council members have called for white to be censured following the revelation that a five hundred dollar donation was made out of whites constituent services account to an event put on by louis farrakhan during that event according to the washington post farrakhan called powerful jews his enemy white claims farrakhan's group is doing community service work in south east dc whites also denied cutting out of his tour of the holocaust museum early was following the stepped off from the rest of the museum by myself the post reported white was found outside the museum that jewish community already had a skeptical eye toward white after his instagram video last month in which he asserted the rothschilds family controls the weather someone posing as a sheriff's deputies trying to scam people in loudon county the collar uses the name of a real loudon county sheriff's deputy and they advise the citizen that they have failed to appear for jury duty and that they can avoid a fine or arrest if they will let chronically transmit money now in circuit court clerk gary clemens says if you do mystery duty you'll get a letter not a call if the scammers contact you clemen says file a report hopefully this sheriff's office can.

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"fellow council" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

01:30 min | 3 years ago

"fellow council" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"You have complete coverage today's national walkout as long as as well as the local response this afternoon on all things considered new york city council member you mommy williams is fighting his arrest at a protest two months ago williams and the protesters were speaking out against the detention of immigrants rights activist ravi rog beer at a court appearance yesterday williams pleaded not guilty to georgia's that he obstructed an emergency vehicle and rejected an offer to plead guilty to a lesser charge williams said he hopes his case will shed light on the trump administration's deportation practices he said to appear in court again on may nineteenth fellow council member donnas rodriguez was also arrested at the protest but he pleaded guilty with time served saying he feels he can do more good for the public by moving on to other matters we've got a slight chance of snow or rain showers this afternoon watch out for wind gusts up to thirty miles per hour tonight it will be cloudy with a low oh down in the low thirty s tomorrow we've got partly sunny skies with highs in the mid forty s currently it's thirty nine degrees it's mostly cloudy in central park at three oh six support for npr comes from the npr wine club offering wines from around the world with the stories behind each one and bottles inspired by favorite npr shows available to adults twenty one years or older learn more at npr wine club dot org.

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"fellow council" Discussed on KMJ NOW

KMJ NOW

02:31 min | 3 years ago

"fellow council" Discussed on KMJ NOW

"Accusations of that bill designated to remove restrictions on all mentally ill to purchase gone sun's uh that was passed by the gop side by the president has long been debunked it's false news it's fake it's trickery it's not true all three networks abc nbc cbs they all report of this to be true all three networks i will take the time believe today to explain exactly what they said exactly what they did and how they did nothing but damage themselves and it's another example of how the news media collude amongst itself to lie about the leader of the free world just to bring him down because they do not like him personally now in other areas very quickly speaking of what to do with the bad guys the mad dog has a problem defense secretary mattis there are hundreds of prisoners as a result of the war on terrorism becoming a problem what do we do with all of these isis prisoners the mad dog says it would have been a lot easier of these isis fighters had died on the battlefield like they wanted to there now we have done so well so great and defeating this evil we really have the media has not given the trump administration the justice they deserve for these victories over isis ha we've done such a great job but we don't know where to put or house all of these defeated forces k done what to do with them have you and follow the story of the of pico rivera councilman who's called the folks in the military a bunch of dum chace h i easy yeah his fellow council colleagues have a rothe at his chestnuts the guy's been barbecued by colleagues and voters alike he refuses to step down to make matters even worse now been revealed and most of you know this that councilman gregory south sito is a free can history teacher i can't think of a worse profession for them at the school put him on leave the video of him damning the military in front of his students it's gone viral the students got the bit out there god bless them for that the mayor of pico rivera friend of south seattle one gustavo camacho raise and a cousin of yours my dear friend reconnoiter it has as ripped his friends riots calling him a bowling arrogant wants him out of the.

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"fellow council" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:01 min | 4 years ago

"fellow council" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Possibility that police killed him and a fellow city council member said where's the evidence if you don't have evidence of this that that bringing that up and and questioning the police in such a way could be really counterproductive omitted do you have evidence i am glad that are going to have an open trial because i like i like i said has been said um i believe in our sixth and seventh amendment rights to to to prove beyond a reasonable doubt that that somebody is guilty on i have not accused anybody or or of anything but you've left open that you've left open the door the police might have might have killed this man i think your fellow council members saying that's as a city council member that's not it's not productive to leave that idea that the police did something dangling if you don't if you're not sure i wonder if you see which is coming from i don't think i'm right me answer your question i mix i answer your question i don't know what happened adjusted car this is men with eyesore yes um i know i was standing about fifteen feet away from him um when he was wounded i saw the fall into his friends arms i saw the by leave his body there's a law that's what i saw and i don't know anything else other than what i saw um i think uh justin um his family on the city uh deserve an uh an objective uh kind of displaying of the facts surrounding his death uh i guess i guess the question i'm i'm getting at is it does this speak to to you it being in these two different roles and if you're at if you are under pressure from fellow city council members like that.

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"fellow council" Discussed on We The People

We The People

02:53 min | 4 years ago

"fellow council" Discussed on We The People

"The issue returned to the floor of congress um as a uh as was suggested um um and um the um a uh and the congress and at the house in the house of representatives proposed that an expansion of the two thousand one a authorization to embrace quote unquote associated forces worked who purposes one in determining who the president could make war against and second in determining who we could capture this proposal with selfconsciously rejected by the senate and the shan it's position was affirmed in the final bill the only acceptance by congress of the associated forces doctrine which was never used in the two thousand one resolution was so far as capturing entertaining terrorists so we fewer terrorists involved in with an associated force of al qaeda others and we uh and we grasp you we can treat you as a legitimate a prisoner under the aumf however and this is the legislative history once again the associated press forces doctrine which explicitly rejected so far is expanding the precedence warmaking power so uh these war the legal arguments i presented uh along with my fellow council david reims uh to the court of appeals uh uh and uh our assure our basic claim that at the very least the president has a responsibility to present an opinion explaining why vive suri serious legal problems both with two thousand one and two thousand two should be overcome no such opinion exists we cannot we cannot accept a situation in which the president in a single paragraph a short change that two thousand one and two awesome two hoverer she knew war of two thousand fourteen without actually giving a furious opinion um batch in the in the absence of such an opinion from the executive branch it ears.

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"fellow council" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

01:40 min | 4 years ago

"fellow council" Discussed on KOMO

"Seattle because i was telling fellow council members that seattle and king county will be fighting protect to protect dreamers in washington state and seattle city attorney pete homes issuing a statement saying that he will do everything in his power to ensure that the city of seattle continues to treat everyone fairly regardless of their immigration status he says that includes attention filling yet another legal filing another legal challenge against the trump administration homes goes on to say lawyers in his office have been looking at a possible claims for some time and he says those efforts will be accelerated still to come on komal venerable local hospital under fire i'm corwin hake attorney general says they denied charity care to thousands or snuffed eight on komo aaa traffic every 10 minutes on the 4's here's kiera jordan and we are working on a handful of province that let's start with them kidneys in seattle we had our battery tunnel closed for a while in the south that direction d to at crashed that's like they key asked reopened its now we got to work on our back at that starts around mercer an earlier crash here's county's by south on i5 that'll slow from thirty eight team bridgeport westbound five clubs still tricky prep pacific trying to reach i i5 and northbound i 5 selfbinding flying around this wally anti couple of we have a crash being reported south pacific at east thirty four is that our extension of seventy south i5 and they reportedly have a motorcycle involved in this crash cell at that might be there for a while as they work on an investigation we also have roadwork they could thing is heading northbound on the ballard bridge blocking the right lane leaving is slow from that dreyfus your next report's at 1224 i'm kiera jordan on companies rather peculiar weather forecast with the ash.

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"fellow council" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

01:31 min | 4 years ago

"fellow council" Discussed on KOMO

"Of the daca decision this morning the expertise shen that to the president will ended the protections and for undocumented immigrants is drawing swift condemnation locally couples cohen hake reports the state ag bob ferguson has vowed to file suit to block such a move ferguson issued a statement monday saying in part if the president follows through ferguson's office will file suit to block with the aga is calling a cruel end illegal policy for obscene adds quote we expect to be joined by other states in this action democratic us representative pramilla giant paul from seattle says the obama era dreamer act enjoys bipartisan support in congress there's a lot of members who are saying they don't think even republicans that they don't think the daca should end paul ryan said that ryan of course speaker of the republicancontrolled house of representatives he can put a bill on the floor and call for a vote any would pass trump's order delays ending daca for six months giving congress a chance to pass its own daca reform bill corwin haeck komo news and the ag ferguson currently holding a press conference in the process of outlaw in that possible lawsuit members of the seattle city council were expected to approve a proclamation this afternoon celebrating the week of mexico and that country's independence day september 16th councilmember already gonzalez says she passed around the proclamation to fellow council members coveting on the trump administration's decision to end the daca program today is a very sad day with respect to dhaka guns out of saying the city will continue to fight like heck to protect dreamers in seattle and king county turns out one.

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