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Biden: Public works plan can boost US that's 'fallen behind'

AP News Radio

00:52 sec | Last month

Biden: Public works plan can boost US that's 'fallen behind'

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The Case for Less Government, Less Spending

The Larry Elder Show

00:44 sec | 2 months ago

The Case for Less Government, Less Spending

"I believe in article one section 8. And if you read article one section 8 it lists the duties, responsibilities, obligations of the federal government, and they're just a handful, most notably, national security. There's nothing in there about welfare, healthcare, social security, Medicare, fema, on the many, many other things, the federal government does. You look at our budget, almost half of the budget is transverse out of one pocket to another, and then another quarter of it or so is defense, and then you throw in interest on the debt. There's a little sliver of the so called discretionary spending, and it isn't much because much of what federal government spending is, is on automatic pilot. And it's outrageous.

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Justin Olson Makes Case to Win Arizona Senate Race

The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

01:02 min | 3 months ago

Justin Olson Makes Case to Win Arizona Senate Race

"You a little AOC yesterday. Cut number 14 for Justin Olson. He fought tooth and nail for the inclusion of undocumented people in relief packages, stimulus checks, fema, assistance, and we've actually helped huge amounts of undocumented families in our districts get federal relief that many others were trying to lock them out of. So Justin Olson should undocumented families have qualified for stimulus payments. Not at all. That's what's wrong with the radical left. Our enticing folks to put themselves in harm's way and they're creating what's the humanitarian crisis. You know, I mean, it breaks my heart to see young infant children being dropped over the border wall and abandoned by smugglers. This should not be happening in the United States of America. And it's because of the failed policies of the Biden administration and abled by folks like senator Mark Kelly in the Senate and AOC. When we

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Biden highlighting federal 'surge' to help weather omicron

AP News Radio

00:52 sec | 4 months ago

Biden highlighting federal 'surge' to help weather omicron

"President president Biden Biden will will be be highlighting highlighting the the federal federal response response to to the the Kobe Kobe nineteen nineteen pandemic pandemic in in a a speech speech today today which which includes includes the the deployment deployment of of military military personnel personnel the the White White House House says says president president Biden Biden will will be be announcing announcing the the deployment deployment of of six six additional additional military military teams teams about about a a thousand thousand personnel personnel will will be be sent sent to to overwhelmed overwhelmed hospitals hospitals and and other other medical medical facilities facilities in in Michigan Michigan New New Jersey Jersey New New Mexico Mexico New New York York Ohio Ohio and and Rhode Rhode Island Island the the health health care care industry industry struggling struggling with with many many workers workers having having to to quarantine quarantine at at home home due due to to the the sharp sharp spike spike in in virus virus cases cases spurred spurred by by the the Omicron Omicron variant variant White White House House press press secretary secretary Jen Jen Psaki Psaki says says some some fifteen fifteen thousand thousand National National Guard Guard and and FEMA FEMA workers workers are are already already at at work work in in the the hardest hardest hit hit states states we we have have helped helped more more than than thirty thirty eight eight states states and and territories territories and and deployed deployed over over twenty twenty one one hundred hundred federal federal personnel personnel on on thousands thousands of of ventilators ventilators ambulances ambulances and and other other critical critical supplies supplies hi hi Jackie Jackie Quinn Quinn

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Biden sending more COVID tests to schools to keep them open

AP News Radio

00:53 sec | 4 months ago

Biden sending more COVID tests to schools to keep them open

"About about an an administration administration is is making making more more covert covert tests tests available available to to schools schools in in a a bid bid to to keep keep them them open open but but will will that that be be enough enough as as more more grapple grapple with with closing closing the the White White House House announced announced Wednesday Wednesday ten ten million million tests tests are are ready ready for for use use by by the the end end of of the the month month and and schools schools can can request request them them immediately immediately but but that's that's only only a a small small fraction fraction of of the the more more than than fifty fifty million million students students and and teachers teachers in in the the nation's nation's schools schools with with safety safety concerns concerns mount mount Portland Portland parent parent Marty Marty Glickman Glickman tells tells Kate Kate to to TV TV her her child child is is afraid afraid to to eat eat lunch lunch at at school school I I think think we we should should be be online online until until the the spike spike you you know know show show some some sign sign of of changing changing but but Eric Eric kapple kapple disagrees disagrees it's it's pretty pretty much much useless useless from from an an education education standpoint standpoint but but it it made made keeping keeping schools schools open open a a priority priority and and faces faces criticism criticism over over long long lines lines and and supply supply shortages shortages for for Kobe Kobe testing testing the the administration administration is is also also looking looking at at putting putting FEMA FEMA testing testing sites sites in in schools schools I'm I'm Julie Julie Walker Walker

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FEMA Says Climate Change-Induced Weather Is the 'New Normal' But Even Left-Wing PBS Won't Cop to That

The Larry Elder Show

01:38 min | 5 months ago

FEMA Says Climate Change-Induced Weather Is the 'New Normal' But Even Left-Wing PBS Won't Cop to That

"President Biden said on Sunday we know everything is more intense when the climate is warming. And as you heard the fema administrator dean Chris will refer to the tornadoes as the new normal. Really? I'm holding in my baby Brown libertarian fingers. An article from PBS. Public broadcasting system. Left wing, it's been a study about how left wing it is and about how left wing its listeners and viewers are. This is from March of 2019. So a little more than two years ago. Headline is climate change, making U.S. tornadoes worse. Quote, some signs point to human made climate change. But those conclusions are mixed at best. Whether in climate scientists have confidence, for instance, in the parallels between tornadoes creeping east and global warming, but are less convinced that climate change is increasing the number of tornadoes overall. And the article ends as follows. Given these tornado trends. Coincided with those of warming oceans there might be a link to climate change except no one knows for sure. That's. PBS.

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The Left Doesn't Waste an Opportunity to Blame Recent Tornadoes on Climate Change

The Larry Elder Show

01:51 min | 5 months ago

The Left Doesn't Waste an Opportunity to Blame Recent Tornadoes on Climate Change

"As I mentioned, 64 confirmed dead over a hundred missing in Kentucky. Authorities believe the tall may increase to 80. As of today, over a hundred Kentucky residents still on account for? The storm of course struck other states, including Arkansas, Illinois, Missouri. Tennessee, tens of thousands of people are without power. Including about 30,000 homes in Kentucky. That candle factory in Mayfield, Kentucky. 94 survivors have been reached 8 workers dead. Another 8 are still missing. Now, it didn't take long before, and I knew this was going to happen, as happens every time there's a shooting. The left attributes it to whatever pet cause they want. In this case, of course, climate change. Here's what the fema administrator said about these hurricanes. This is gonna be our new normal and the effects that we're seeing from climate change are the crisis of our generation. We're taking a lot of efforts at fema to work with communities to help reduce the impacts that we're seeing from these severe weather events and help to develop system wide projects that can help protect communities. The crisis of our generation. Not the fact that Iran is this close to getting the nuke. Not the fact that we've left $80 billion worth of cutting edge equipment in the hands of Al-Qaeda the Taliban. Not about the oppression of the Uighurs in China, and about the possible takeover of Taiwan by communist China. Not the growing aggressiveness of Russia, the possibility they may invade Ukraine no. The generation or crisis of our time is climate change.

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Kentucky Tornado Disaster: Act of God, Lack of God, or Climate Change?

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:41 min | 5 months ago

Kentucky Tornado Disaster: Act of God, Lack of God, or Climate Change?

"We want to start with our prayers and our action. We're going to be helping out in any way we can to any of the disaster relief to what happened in Kentucky over the weekend. Tornado ripped through 200 miles of Kentucky and 64 people dead 105 people missing awful tragedy. Now some people are saying, well, this is an act of God. Well, that's not my theology. Disaster, famine, strife. It's not an act of God. It's the lack of God in a world that creates such suffering. Now, of course, the other side can't help themselves. Immediately, almost instantaneously, while there are still over a 105 people missing in Kentucky, we now have people going all in saying that the reason why this is happening is because the climate is warming and even worse, it's because we have people that are trying not to admit that this is the greatest threat to human existence. Now, I'm not going to get into whether or not this tornado is something like anything we've ever seen before. There's plenty of scientific literature going back and forth. The fema directors come out and said that this is the new normal. The effects that we're seeing from climate change are the crisis of our generation. AJ plus says whether experts say the deadly tornadoes that hit Kentucky and nearby states were fueled by unusual heat and humidity. Fema's director says that such events are now the new normal.

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Biden Pounces on the Moment, Calls on EPA to Investigate Role of Climate Crisis in Deadly Tornadoes

The Dan Bongino Show

02:01 min | 5 months ago

Biden Pounces on the Moment, Calls on EPA to Investigate Role of Climate Crisis in Deadly Tornadoes

"Yes so as I said they couldn't wait the Biden administration You have this tornado tragedy in the Midwest people are dead They're still searching for more bodies and they've got to make political hay out of it right away Climate change global warming making storms more intense more tornadoes none of what they're telling you is actually true How gross that they have to disgusting This is speak to the complete lack of morality their lack of a spine to be able to tell their far left activists going hey we can make an opportunity out of this You know this dead bodies in this tornado zone we can get some money for the global warming and the Green New Deal thing Why not just say them hey you know what This probably isn't the right time Why not just do that The answer is because you don't have any guts Nobody cojones that's why There is no evidence that global warming or whatever agenda you're pushing Hasn't any way led to an increase in intensity in the number of storms Matter of fact the evidence says the opposite do you actually do evidence Here's a guy on Twitter there's a lot of homework into this stuff Roger pike He put out on Twitter The international panel on climate change Here is their quote about trends and tornadoes So if Joe Biden and his female administrator are right apparently there's this trend in tornadoes where boatloads of tornadoes are hitting the shore and more than ever and they're more intense Well here's an actual quote from their gods at the IPCC Quotation meaning this was actually set a written down Left these have a hard time with that Trends and tornadoes associated with severe convective storms are not robustly detected Are not robustly detected It goes on Attribution of certain classes of extreme weather for example tornadoes is current is beyond current modeling and theoretical capabilities How tornadoes will change is an open question That's the left The gods of climate change on the left the IPCC They're a national panel on climate change saying the exact opposite of what Biden and his fema director just said it's almost like this is all about an agenda on the backs of people who just died and families whose homes have been

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Terry McAuliffe Has No Say About Teaching Critical Race Theory

Mark Levin

01:39 min | 8 months ago

Terry McAuliffe Has No Say About Teaching Critical Race Theory

"So all you parents and taxpayers out there. Who know their critical race theory is being taught who are speaking at the school board meetings pushing back at the school board meetings. Tournament column says. What's the big deal? It's not being taught Terry McAuliffe Is What you find on the bottom of your shoe. Sometimes you understand what I'm saying. Mr Producer. That's what he is to the body politic in the nation. And in Virginia, he was the bag man for the Clintons. He's been involved in many shady business deals. Virginia is a very, very old state. And never once As a governor who has served one term, you only get one term of Virginia. Sought to run for a second term. What he did is He was governor for one term, Barely one Then we have this this black face KKK governor. Who denies he was in blackface or wearing a KKK robe after he apologized for it surrounded by these sleazeballs, it's unbelievable and some might call Oh says. No, no, no, no, It doesn't say I can't run again. I can't have two consecutive terms. So what he does As he runs for another term. To my knowledge, the first one to do that. And he beats to African Americans, one of whom is FEMA. Maybe both of them were While talking about we need to have diversity here. Pointing to have diversity. Mix up when it comes to wealthy slimeball white liberals. They don't care about diversity, really? Certainly not in their

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Biden Pledges 'All the Assistance That’s Needed' After Ida

AP News Radio

00:35 sec | 9 months ago

Biden Pledges 'All the Assistance That’s Needed' After Ida

"President Biden is pledging to do whatever is necessary to help the nation recover from natural disasters from a massive wildfire in California to hurricane itis destruction along the Gulf coast and elsewhere my team at the Federal Emergency Management Agency FEMA is on the ground and ready to provide all the assistance is needed the president tomorrow will visit Louisiana or idea came ashore as the fifth strongest storm ever to hit the U. S. savaging the Gulf coast before flooding several states further north and east Sager mag ani at the White House

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Ida's sweltering aftermath: No power, no water, no gasoline

AP News Radio

00:52 sec | 9 months ago

Ida's sweltering aftermath: No power, no water, no gasoline

"Tens of thousands of utility repair people are trying to get the lights back on in New Orleans hurricane ida wrecked most of the power system providing electricity to New Orleans and its surrounding parishes Elgin green berry says he's worried about the meat that's in the freezer we got more and you know we could cook so they they're bad I gotta go get some ice to some you know what is this meeting yet because we have to figure it out but it needed to allow quick more than a million homes and businesses in Louisiana and Mississippi are without electricity and many could be so for many more days FEMA administrator D. N. Chris well please listen to your local officials please listen to when they tell you it's safe to come back home some four hundred forty thousand people in seventeen parishes are without water nearly three hundred twenty thousand are under boil water advisories I timid wire

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Could Any of Us Have Expected Biden to Be This Bad?

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:55 min | 9 months ago

Could Any of Us Have Expected Biden to Be This Bad?

"Fairness to those who made a decision that i didn't agree with on november the third. Maybe you didn't either. Could any of us expected it would be this bad. I mean this guy is so out of touch and so out of step and so out to lunch. It enfeeble is is being polite. Remember all the gaffes the racist gas. He's made member when he talked about. Barack obama being clean and articulate or when he talked about how you couldn't go into a seven eleven without people here in people with an indian accent. I mean say says things like this like some old geezer who says things that you know ukraine's but you say well he's an old guy and you know old people say racist things how 'bout this week in talking about fema and ida how about referring to his black female advisor as boy now let that sink in and consider for a moment what the left and the media and the beast would be doing if donald trump publicly called a black aid. Boy it's literally would biden. Did with all of this other crisis in afghanistan. you're not noticing things like gun control legislation. They're pushing forward. You're not noticing a civil rights investigation into the states. That wanna ban mask mandates. Oh no you're not noticing you're not noticing perhaps the president of the united states calling a black female advisor. Boy

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Hurricane Ida Knocks out Power to New Orleans

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:55 sec | 9 months ago

Hurricane Ida Knocks out Power to New Orleans

"Of Louisiana after Hurricane Ida. I don't have a generator. I am in the dark. She's in material. Louisiana. Ida is now a tropical storm and is just passing through Jackson, Mississippi as it heads north. There have been many water rescues along the Gulf Coast. Sheriff Joe Le Pido was with Jefferson Parish and says some wanted to stay back as long as they're okay and not needing assistance. We were not going to force them and put them in a boat to bring him back, But there are other people that obviously not in that situation, so we're making sure we're getting all of them out. First workers from the F D N Y and NYPD are heading to the area to help and President Biden says federal help is headed to the area to More than 5000. Members of your National Guard has been activated from Louisiana, Mississippi, Alabama and Texas to support search and rescue and recovery efforts. Only one death was blamed on the storm. FEMA says power could remain out for weeks CBS News Special

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Joe Biden Refuses to Take Afghanistan Question, Walks Away After Offering to Take Questions at FEMA

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:54 min | 9 months ago

Joe Biden Refuses to Take Afghanistan Question, Walks Away After Offering to Take Questions at FEMA

"I don't want to come into the studio on a monday until you that the whole country is in trouble but the whole country is in trouble. Don't mean for you to panic. I don't want you to be glum because we're going to get through this. 'cause we get through everything we're america and we are americans and we'll survive a president who literally slumps over and falls asleep during a meeting with the israeli rarely prime minister. We're going to survive a hurricane. We're going to survive. Cove it we're going to get through all of this as a country so don't lose faith but acknowledged and recognized. There's nothing wrong with acknowledging that we are in it. Did you hear this guy yesterday. Trying to give an update about i guess the hurricane and so far there has been one confirmed death in the state of louisiana which is obviously sad for the family of the person who lost their life but thank goodness did not appear to equal the the catastrophe of katrina. But we got a catastrophe of different kind. Is this guy. I mean just turns his on his heel. I'm not afghanistan. I'm not going to answer that question about what you're not gonna answer. You can't talk about ghanistan while you're talking about hurricanes or cova. I'm not gonna answer turned again. His back on the reporters walked out and when he does that. He's not turning his back on reporter's he's turning his back on the families of those who lost their lives in this stupid debacle in afghanistan.

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Hurricane Ida Slams Louisiana, Forces Mississippi River to Reverse Flow

the NewsWorthy

01:43 min | 9 months ago

Hurricane Ida Slams Louisiana, Forces Mississippi River to Reverse Flow

"One of the most powerful storms to ever hit the. Us made landfall over the weekend. Hurricane ida directly hit port fouchane louisiana with one hundred and fifty mile an hour winds flooding rain in life threatening storm surges. That were more than seven feet above normal. The storm ripped the roofs off homes businesses and at least one hospital it snapped trees and power lines flooded streets and left more than a million electricity customers in the dark. In fact the entire city of new orleans lost power the winds were so strong they reverse the flow of the mississippi river near new orleans something the us geological survey calls extremely uncommon only four stronger storms in history of ever hit the mainland. Us and as of early this morning hurricane ida has weakened a little but it is still packing hurricane strength as it moves inland tornado. Watches have also been issued for parts of louisiana mississippi alabama and florida. For a lot of people this is all too familiar ida hit on the exact same date as historically devastating hurricane katrina sixteen years ago. I came ashore about forty five miles west of where katrina first struck land but the area was more prepared. This time since katrina hit newer stronger more sophisticated levees were built to hold back storms. Like this and it seems they've been able to hold up this time much better than the ones that failed following katrina more than eighteen. Hundred people died after katrina. This time. it's too early to know what the human toll may be. Hundreds of thousands of people evacuated ahead of hurricane ida but not everyone got out so there are twenty one search and rescue teams from about fifteen different states ready to find survivors as soon as the storm calms down the federal emergency management agency or fema also sending more than two thousand emergency workers hundreds of extra ambulances and millions of meals and leaders of water. We should also get a better idea of the overall damage. Once the sun comes up

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Rinse and Repeat: Louisiana Residents Brace for Another Major Hurricane

NPR News Now

01:01 min | 9 months ago

Rinse and Repeat: Louisiana Residents Brace for Another Major Hurricane

"In the gulf region are bracing for hurricane ida which is projected to make landfall as a category four storm tomorrow afternoon on the southeastern louisiana coast. It's now a category two storm with maximum sustained winds of one hundred five miles per hour. Shalini chat lonnie from the gulf state. Newsroom reports in louisiana governor. John bel edwards says. It's time to take the storm very seriously for just the second time in the history of the hurricane. Risk reduction system in new orleans. We will fully activate that system tomorrow morning. Edwards is mobilized the entire louisiana national guard and requested resources from fema and other emergency responders and other states in neighboring mississippi governor tate reeves is also getting prepared. We know also that there is going to be the potential of search and rescue missions. We have federal teams as well as our local teams in our state. Teams that are positioned. Alabama's governor has issued a state of

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Hurricane Ida: Louisiana Faces Possible Category 4 Storm

The Zero Hour

00:23 sec | 9 months ago

Hurricane Ida: Louisiana Faces Possible Category 4 Storm

"Biden is being briefed by FEMA before hurricane item makes landfall in Louisiana. Make sure we're ready to respond. The storm is rapidly intensifying and is expected to make landfall tomorrow, possibly as a Category four hurricane tomorrow marks the 16th anniversary of Hurricane Katrina that devastated New Orleans.

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"fema" Discussed on NPR's Story of the Day

NPR's Story of the Day

02:05 min | 11 months ago

"fema" Discussed on NPR's Story of the Day

"The. Has they want receipts for me paying the rent. But i don't pay the rent the check. I pay the rent in cash in army seat after the fire. Everything happens so fast. She got this place from a friend. She doesn't have a lease. she's found another place but the rent is four times what she was paying before the fire is is a lot of money and if they could help me to pay half the rent. They're asking for a lot of things. I don't have them. So what ledesma hoping for is that. Even though her new rent will be more expensive she'll have a lease to give fema and get rental assistance. Sean is there something about the way. Famous application system is setup or designed that is causing so much confusion and leading to so many denials in particular people who seem to have really legitimate claims. There is a pattern to these kinds of things that trip people up people who are in even slightly unconventional living situations people like roommates married couples who have different last names people in trailer parks. We got documents from an internal fema survey over a thousand people. Last year complained about communication with the agency or didn't know why they were denied or in a couple of case. We're told they didn't live in the home that they've actually lived in almost their whole lives but then from his point of view they can't trust everyone who says they're paying rent in can't prove it. We've of course been speaking to fema about all this last week. The administrator deanne chriswell told congress that she knows they have work to do to make it easier to access for us. The big takeaway is that the system is just not designed for real people for example. The fire here in southern oregon wiped out several mobile home parks. The people living there were elderly or they didn't speak english as their primary language. This is a complicated system to navigate and people are expected to get every little detail and their application right or face a denial and then a long road to try to undo that which most of them just can't pull off april. Sean thanks for your reporting guys. We appreciate it thanks..

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"fema" Discussed on Environment: NPR

Environment: NPR

03:08 min | 11 months ago

"fema" Discussed on Environment: NPR

"Jefferson public radio in southern oregon looked closely at the wildfires last year in oregon to understand why it's so hard to get approved with me. Now are the reporters who worked on this story. Sean mcmahon is an npr data editor and april. Erlich is a reporter with jefferson public radio. Hello to you both. Hey good morning. Noel april let me begin with you. Remind us what happened in southern oregon last autumn. Yeah so last year over labor day weekend there were these huge wildfires. All over the west coast including one in southern oregon called the amita fire. It destroyed twenty six hundred homes and a few small towns including the one i live in. Firefighters actually created a fire line on the street that i live on so almost everything across the street from me is destroyed but my house is fine. So that's actually what got me started on this project. I kept hearing from people saying that. They were hitting roadblocks when they were trying to get disaster assistance from fema. I asked fema for more information. And i learned that. They denied seventy percent of applicants in oregon. So we started this project to really dig into why that denial rate was so high. Seventy percent in. This case in oregon sean. When you looked at that really large number of denials what did you find behind it yet. So that's seventy percent number is really interesting. Of course it seems high and if you look at the data compared to where we were about fifteen years ago around hurricane katrina it is it seems more and more people are getting denied now even as wildfires get worse but another thing to note is that that number does not include cases fema says were potentially fraudulent fraudulent applications made up almost half of those filed after the oregon fires with that men was fema had to figure out how to weed out people who are trying to take advantage of the system but what we found happened was the same measures they were using to weed people out. We're actually catching people who were real victims. Who really lost their homes and some of these people april you ended up speaking to. Yeah and what i was hearing from them was that they were getting denied from the system that has become so complicated or they got inaccurate information from fema representatives on the ground. People like jose messiahs who lost his home to the alameda fire. I met massias for his house was getting rebuilt in phoenix oregon about twenty miles north of the california border..

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"fema" Discussed on Short Wave

Short Wave

01:42 min | 11 months ago

"fema" Discussed on Short Wave

"Becky. Before you tell me about your visit with donny. Helped me understand the background. Here what is us role after disasters like hurricanes. Well it's pretty straightforward. Fema is supposed to help people with their immediate needs and safe. Stable shelter. is the big one. So people who own homes can apply for money to repair damage or finding a place to live if the house was completely destroyed. And there's also money to help cover the cost of rent or a hotel room and then sometimes fema brings in temporary trailers that you might have heard about an emergency housing. And what do we know about who ends up getting that money right. So that's the question. I've been asking for years now. Actually so all the way back in two thousand seventeen. I noticed that poor people seem to be struggling to get adequate help from fema and it was anecdotal and mostly noticed in houston after hurricane harvey back then there were some studies coming out that suggested that fema assistance was disproportionately benefiting whiter wealthier people. And i imagine you ask fema about that. And what did they say. Yeah i did and basically. They said that their programs were designed to be fair. Everyone can apply for help under the same criteria so it's a level playing field then fast forward a couple of years and i heard from a source of mine that fema had been doing some internal analyses about this exact topic. So you know a reporter. I asked to see them and initially fema denied that. Npr appealed months went by but eventually they gave these records to me and the records showed low income. Disaster survivors are less likely to receive some types of housing assistance from fema. When they do receive money they often receive

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"fema" Discussed on Henderson County, Texas

Henderson County, Texas

03:36 min | 1 year ago

"fema" Discussed on Henderson County, Texas

"That happens as well as well. I remember we had a one year one summer when we really haven't troubles poor camp. Lvs like their their pipes. Were that track. Ancient ancient and shattering in the ground and they had they were doing water at the city hall. I think so. Come and pick it up. They had to run a new pipeline to a new source rate. It was it was. It was a difficult time for them so water. It's one of those things. We learned during snowmageddon reminded us of exactly how convenient is to turn on spec it and how much we don't think about it. That's right all right. Let's move on last thing. I want to talk about today. Really important is the communication system. Now we've talked about this several times in the past. And i talked about it often with Sheriff hill house. The new nine one one that nine one one. The new communication system for first responders were fire departments police departments. And it's going to be for a whole lot of other things as well new digital system..

today Sheriff hill house one year one summer one of those things nine one
"fema" Discussed on Henderson County, Texas

Henderson County, Texas

04:20 min | 1 year ago

"fema" Discussed on Henderson County, Texas

"Hello francis michael from having in media. And i am here in the court room of anderson county judge will wade mckinney..

"fema" Discussed on Eric Erb Live

Eric Erb Live

04:15 min | 1 year ago

"fema" Discussed on Eric Erb Live

"The theory goes civilian government is already collapsed under a fraud corrupt courts treasonous actions and a majority of the lawmakers both democratic and republican and charge right now as a combination of fema and the military authority. The election being fraud fraudulent and void. If it's nolan void i would say well you probably need to tell the folks that on the left because they are and moving ahead as as on schedule less than one week for today A six days january twentieth at twelve pm. They're planning to swear in. Joe biden folks. And that's what they're planning on doing so right wrong or indifferent. They're still planning on it so if something is to come out of this then there needs to be action fairly quickly and i know like the same like they say in business. Timing is everything. I totally totally get that. But they you have to realize that the american people were getting itchy. American people people in general don't have a lot of fucking patients to be honest with you. And because they don't they wanna see some action they wanna see people go away in handcuffs. I don't know if that will or won't happen. I've here both shit all over the place folks. I hear they're working behind the scenes or planning this elaborate operation blah blah blah blah blah. But you have to ask yourself a few things now. You have to ask yourself. Why are there so many troops in washington. dc some say the stop the writers. You don't need twenty thousand troops. There fully armed troops folks. You don't as soon as the gunshots starts. Most of these whiny bitchy Blm and antifa people will go home as soon as guns gun. Shots go off. They're not gonna do that. They're not in the military or even the national guard. They're not going to get shot at and they don't wanna get killed so that's the first point. The second point is why are there so many troops there. That's a good question. There's so many troops there because something is going to take place something very very very big. I understood that they are planning. And this is being coordinated by the fbi the bad people in the fbi the upper echelon up chalon people that the fbi is planning and they're planning at all major us capitals throughout the united states. Their plans to be riots. They're so that's what they're thinking that's when they're planning and that's what they want to have a false flag and go ahead and carry that out now again whether that's true. I don't know. I don't know you you you hear. There's always so much bullshit going on all the time. So that's what you got understand. You know one side says the other side says that it's up to you when you have critical thinking to figure out what's going on so i can say right now is just hold the line. That's that's all. I can say President trump did declare obviously He he declared emergency That emergency exists in the district of columbia ordered federal assistance to supplement the district's response efforts due to emergency conditions regarding the fifty ninth presidential inauguration january eleventh to january twenty fourth. Twenty twenty one At something to think about You know there's there's things going on again. There's you just have to have to decide for yourself. Folks that's all i can say.

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"fema" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:30 min | 2 years ago

"fema" Discussed on KQED Radio

"And we're very pleased today with the partnership that we have with FEMA the partnerships we have with counties up and down the state of California that we've identified roughly seven thousand hotel rooms that are now in our possession what we have occupancy agreements and we are now building partnerships throughout the state of California to begin to get folks in to these sites some six thousand eight hundred and sixty seven hotel rooms to be exact right now are in our possession on the way to getting fifteen thousand in the phase one of our efforts a female a remarkably and to their credit I have created a template first in the nation in partnership with the state of California where FEMA is providing seventy five percent reimbursements for this project this is first in the nation their support is profoundly significant to address this crisis head on it's all around making sure that we address the most vulnerable Californians with the kind of acuity and focus that is required at this moment the bucket of support for FEMA is very focus it's not limit less by any stretch of the imagination its focus specifically on individual homeless populations that have been exposed to the virus that specifically are deemed high risk that would be our seniors out in the streets and sidewalks in campaigns and intense and knows the I have tested positive for covert nineteen that's the bucket for reimbursement that FEMA has advanced its all around saving lives in its all around as I suggest a decompressing our medical system particular hospitals in the state of California we're already seeing hundreds and hundreds of individuals now off the streets and sidewalks and in to these non congregate sites and all reinforce that frame non congregate sites what we want to do is relieve the stress in our shelter system so we can separate individuals and ultimately again relieve the impact in our medical dot care delivery system if left unaddressed we allow our most vulnerable residents of the state of California to be exposed to this virus this was the crisis that predated the current crisis in the state of California and we're doing everything in our power to meet it head on it's a county state partnership with.

FEMA California
"fema" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

02:33 min | 2 years ago

"fema" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"Since the covert crisis began to manifest and we're very pleased today with the partnership that we have with FEMA the partnerships we have with counties up and down the state of California that we've identified roughly seven thousand hotel rooms that are now in our possession what we have occupancy agreements and we are now building partnerships throughout the state of California to begin to get folks in to these sites some six thousand eight hundred and sixty seven hotel rooms to be exact right now are in our possession on the way to getting fifteen thousand in the phase one of our efforts a female a remarkably and to their credit I have created a template first in the nation in partnership with the state of California where FEMA is providing seventy five percent reimbursements for this project this is first in the nation their support is profoundly significant to address this crisis head on it's all around making sure that we address the most vulnerable Californians with the kind of acuity and focus that is required at this moment the bucket of support for FEMA is very focused it's not limit less by any stretch of the imagination its focus specifically on individual homeless populations that have been exposed to the virus that specifically are deemed high risk that would be our seniors out in the streets and sidewalks encampments and intense and those that have tested positive for covert nineteen that's the bucket for reimbursement that FEMA has advanced its all around saving lives and it's all around as I suggest a decompressing our medical system particular hospitals in the state of California we're already seen hundreds and hundreds of individuals now off the streets and sidewalks and in today's non congregate sites at all reinforce that fried non congregate sites what we want to do is relieve the stress in our shelter system so we can separate individuals and ultimately again relieve the impact in our medical dot care delivery system if left unaddressed we allow our most vulnerable residents of the state of California to be exposed to this virus this was the crisis that predated the current crisis in the state of California and we're doing everything in our power to meet it head on it's a county state partnership.

FEMA California
"fema" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

04:50 min | 2 years ago

"fema" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"The money required to convert the energy contract convention center will be paid for by federal funds FEMA and the state and obviously given what we're doing with our employees and our own budget we will obviously make sure that we get all funds we are qualified for however we took that action today was city council because we didn't want there to be any delays you know everyone's working as hard as they could can but if there's a you know the federal government's obviously a large bureaucracy if there's any slowdown in spending or procurement or delays we ensured the National Guard you can use our money in order to move quickly and then of course we'll make sure we get reimbursed later and so we will be monitoring that situation daily and again at a big picture level you know well you know you those of you watching we've all been to the convention center a million times throughout our lives and looking at it today and realizing it's going to be converted to a hospital is just one of those incredible moments of holy moly what is happening life will continue to go on and there are some things that we have to do independent of the fact that so many of us can't work one of him one of which is the census I'm wearing a pen because today this is no April fools day joke today is literally census day once every ten years under the United States constitution we are required to conduct a census census this is incredibly important the more so now than when we thought we were planning for this couple months ago the amount of money that the federal government spends in our region on a variety of investments including prescription drug benefits for senior citizens on Medicare and Medicaid including the staff program including head start and many many many other things is directly tied to how many people are counted in the census I remember this isn't just a gift from Washington this is our money so we send money to Washington and we get a proportion back based on an accurate count of the census and so getting that number right is critical and obviously since we're not all going through a major economic downturn we want to maximize the money that we are entitled to this isn't asking a favor this is getting the money we're entitled to which only happens if we do an accurate count by all measurements over the last probably forever Cincinnati in our region have been undercounted undercounted which means we're not getting our own money back that we deserve and given the amount of pain that we will be going through economically we want to ensure that we do this time around it is also the case that for the first time in seventy years Cincinnati is going to show a population increase and one of the reasons among many that I believe our community will bounce back faster than many other communities in the Midwest is because unlike many communities and Midwest we are a rising tide were one of the very few that are rising in the midst of overall population decline throughout the Midwest and I say that because in these dark times I want people to realize that there is hope there will be a light at the end of the tunnel and we will move fast to that light and pass that light than most communities and part of that is accelerating that growth of our city and getting it accurately counted so that we will inspire other businesses and people around this country to want to locate here the census can be completed online by phone or by paper questionnaire it takes no more than ten minutes my wife Tina did it over the weekend it really was fairly easy okay see the website is my sense that my twenty twenty senses dot gov my twenty twenty census dot gov is the website please a please don't go make sure you do that.

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"fema" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

03:39 min | 2 years ago

"fema" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"The supplies chain at FEMA to make sure that we're harnessing the full energy of the American government justice for harnessing a whole of government approach of the federal state and local level to confront the corona virus we've done starting last night as we reached out to our viewers all over America asking them to file questions with us and many of these questions come back by way of video so when you get to those right now and I I know in this interactive since we want to try and bring the American people the White House and vice versa that's that's why we're here today but let me let me respond on the ventilator issue just to be very clear the national stockpile as we indicated has some twenty thousand ventilators and we've been making those available to states particularly we have been focusing resources ventilators of masking gowns on the states most impacted those would be Seattle where the major first outbreak occurred California and really what what's become the epicenter of the corona virus the threat in this country in the state of New York and the greater New York City area including New Jersey we'll continue to prioritize those resources but the American people should understand and be encouraged to know that when it comes to ventilators which of those devices with when people reach a point with the corona virus for they have severe respiratory struggles but there are by most accounts for more than a hundred and fifty thousand respirators in in hospitals and clinics across the country today it's not merely was in the national stockpile bill but also because the president brought together the leaders of all of our medical groups in the country a week ago we were able to inform governors that the anesthesiologist have a piece of equipment that they use for outpatient surgery for administering anesthetics for anyone that's ever been put under and working quickly with the FTA we were able to inform governors that those devices can be quickly converted to respirators for corona virus people struggling with corona virus should be if you had to approve the change of a single event so yesterday again speaking with all the governors across the country we're calling on governors in every state to survey all their outpatient clinics and identify what we also know our today tens of thousands of ventilators that are available to meet this need going forward we're also pleased to know that General Motors working with the subsidiary has already made a commitment to re purpose some of their manufacturing line to create ventilators that we're seeing industry step up but I want the American people to know that are that because of our cooperation with medical professionals are on the country we're identifying only resources all new equipment that can be converted that can add that to the supply of tens of thousands of ventilators and will continue to meet this week but with creativity and with the resources of the Americans just want to give our viewers at home an opportunity get in on the site leadership the answer on that will come back to that a bit later here today Carlier from Merritt island Florida has the first question here is currently up on that right now we're just wondering what is the potential for national stay home order is this something that America could be seen in our near future the national stay at home order how much should you consider that Carly I can tell you that it no point is the White House corona virus taskforce discussed what some people call a nation wide lockdown or as you described.

FEMA
"fema" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

05:40 min | 2 years ago

"fema" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"Make a request to the FEMA system request for assistance at the local and county level should first go to states from states to the regional female offices and then for those officers right here in DC with the national response coordination center is open and running we are getting requests for mass of PP swap sets a test site supports ventilators hospital capacity assessments and many more we are in lockstep with HHS to answer these requests but what we will do whatever is necessary to get states tribes territories and others were they what they need and then finally what we are doing here washing DC again this is a whole of government response like all mercies responses most successful where is locally executed state managed and fairly support we can't say that enough on Thursday a federal partners fully integrated with our national corporation responsible nation center and additionally all ten FEMA regions across the country have been activated the female regional ministries will continue to call want to close with governors state Mersey managers a state public health officials to determine the type the level support needed to respond to this dynamic threat thank you very much greatly appreciated that transaction thank you Mr president Mr vice president for your tireless leadership here but I also want to thank the fellow task force members who've been working around the clock the very patriotic waited serve their fellow Americans you know part of the American dream is having a home and sometimes people say well what is housing have do it health has everything to do with health having a safe home and that is the reason that the president has authorized the immediate cessation of foreclosure and eviction proceedings for American citizens single family for mortgages as well as reverse mortgages and that as you know FHFA has also decided to do the same thing for sixty days and the CFPB is very happy with all this as well and it's really all about helping our people recognizing that they're being severely impacted by the crown by a virus and we've also asked the various services of mortgage loans to exercise forbearance for anybody who's having difficulty it is important if you're having difficulty to actually contact people who have made the law who established the markets because it doesn't happen automatically what does happen automatically is that we cover all eight point five million people in terms of the moratorium on foreclosures and evictions we want also for the PJ's to be protected how does not have authority to mandate that evictions can occur but we are in contact with all the PHCs across the country and are petitioning Congress for the power to be able to actually enforce that but the fact of the matter is most of the PH ace are run by people who actually care about other people so we really haven't seen much of a problem there we haven't see much of a problem of forbearance in needing to try to force people to do it because they wanted to keep for stepping up and saying what can we do to be helpful as far as housing choice voucher section eight is concerned the April fifth vouchers will be sent out next week may boxes are already being worked on and we were also staying in contact with all the stakeholders the advocates for low income housing as well as other stakeholders to make sure that we're doing things that are most helpful to them and additionally we've extended the deadlines for a health care and multi family financial reporting requirements and that's for over twenty thousand multi family and healthcare Bowers until April the thirtieth and that provides them with a lot more flexibility to deal with the issues that they're dealing with I also want to thank our FHA commissioner Brian Montgomery as well as the FHFA director mark Calabria and Kathy can injure the director of the CFPB who've all worked tirelessly with us to make this happen what we're trying to do is bridge the gap recognizing that it's a lot easier for us to take these measures and for Congress to take the measures that they're taking so that we don't destroy a very excellent system and have to start all over again so for those who are worried about the money that's being spent if you if you don't spend the money and deal with this now kind of cost a whole lot more to try to build all this up again and as was mentioned by the president there's been a sense of unity that we haven't seen for a long time in this country and let's hope and pray that that unity last far beyond this crisis well thank you very much.

FEMA
"fema" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

02:36 min | 2 years ago

"fema" Discussed on KTRH

"For FEMA to approve the funds this building would cost around eleven million dollars and with the funds coming from them we couldn't justify paying that out of our own here's county coffers the jury simply building was one of several courthouse buildings flooded during Harvey which caused months of delays in local court cases one person dead following a freak accident the Bayport container terminal today a spokesperson for the port of Houston authority says the unidentified worker was operating a truck used to load shipping containers somehow the entire truck was lifted up by a crane when the container field to release no word on the specific cause of death as the Astros prepare to take the field for their first bring training game Saturday it's getting ugly off the field in the aftermath of the sign stealing scandal outfielder Josh Reddick says Eunice teammates are getting serious threats you just see the first things in your suggested boxes are just as I will kill your family I will kill your kids bottomline is is is is the preferred a depressing to read because over game of baseball is not worth that kind of drastic measures Mike Fiers the former Astros pitcher who blew the whistle on the sign stealing last fall says he has also been receiving death threats K. T. R. H. news time ten oh three the number of coronavirus cases in the U. S. is at least thirty four and likely to rise government officials say thirteen infections happened when travelers fell ill and returned on their own the other twenty one were Americans of the state department of actuated from areas where Colbert nineteen was a threat officials say it is likely more passengers who were aboard the diamond princess cruise ship will come down with it the virus has spread to more than seventy six thousand people and claimed more than twenty two hundred lives worldwide yeah it's Tom Roberts reporting and if L. player making his first federal court appearance today in West Texas on drug charges a judge set bond for Greg Robinson at twenty five thousand dollars also ordering him to not have access to guns or speak with his accused accomplice Robinson was arrested earlier this week at the Sierra Blanco border checkpoint with agents saying over a hundred fifty pounds of pot found in his S. U. V. twenty seven year old played for the Cleveland Browns last season speaking of NFL players J. J. watt not a fan of the pros collective bargaining agreement being voted on by the players union any NFL want tweeted he's a hard no on the proposal which would reduce preseason games add another regular season game and expand the playoff format thank you to sports day tomorrow the Astros take on the nationals in spring training play that's on sports talk seven ninety usually covers at Memphis is on KPRC am nine fifty in the rockets at Utah Jazz tomorrow night at seven right here on K. T. R. H. our next update at ten thirty time now for ground zero I'm Corey Olsen on newsradio seven forty KTRE church in.

FEMA
"fema" Discussed on Podcast RadioViajera

Podcast RadioViajera

01:56 min | 2 years ago

"fema" Discussed on Podcast RadioViajera

"Going to eat it yeah I don't know if you look at the Islam yes will in the end what he got a spaghetti nothing did fema online they're not reasonable got better hey looking below that but but they can dip indicate that seniors won't be no matter I wanna be is the bureau August will be visible you won't be in Oh we ran.

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"fema" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

01:44 min | 2 years ago

"fema" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"Things that you have and then contact your insurance company they are the first line of defense FEMA could never if there is an individual assistance provided FEMA can never and will never duplicate benefits so your insurance company is primary and then do what you need to do to clean your home but document the the things that you're doing as well thank you for clearing clarifying that because I know there are a lot of you know gets confusing especially when you go you're going there's something so catastrophic is so dramatic homeowners are trying to clean up and they really need to know the process so thank you for the clarification and to ensure the questions one what can people do in terms of registering with FEMA on their website and also there's always a lot of confusion when we have these storms which insurance is going to kick him because you have homeowners insurance and then you have flood insurance which is a separate policy that you need explain the difference between the two and why it's important for people to realize that well most people don't know that their standard homeowner's insurance policy will not cover flood damage so the best thing for everyone to do is insure I it's it's it's late now but for those that are not going to be impacted by this event you know September is national preparedness month I'm encouraging everyone across the country even those across the state of Florida that won't be impacted by the storm to take stock of what insurance coverage you have now but always contact your insurance company first there's no immediate way to apply for assistance right now because we haven't even seen what the impacts are yet and we don't know if that assistance I will be available after the storm we have to assess that with the state of Florida and with the the local communities as well but contact your insurance company first insurance companies are wonderful they wanna SS but if anyone is not.

FEMA Florida
"fema" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

03:47 min | 2 years ago

"fema" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"As FEMA and peers Frank or don't yes says the money will instead be used to buy more beds for detained migrants who illegally crossed the southern U. S. border the administration claims that this search at the border is overwhelmed resources that they have no choice to do it they say they need this money to address a lack of detention space particularly for a increase in single adults coming to the border you know you can imagine Democrats are slamming the decision they say the administration is overstepping its authority to push their own policies senator Chuck Schumer called the plan quote backwards and cruel but supporters they're arguing that Congress has left them no choice and beers Frank or don't yes reporting the College Board is dropping its controversial measure of student adversity some admissions officers called an adversity score it was intended to help colleges admit more diverse students from member station W. B. U. R. Kathleen McNerney has more last spring parents and educators criticize the College Board for reducing demographic details about neighborhoods in high schools to one number the single score is a mistake can have retreated from that David Coleman is CEO of the College Board a new pilot will aggregate the same information like the number of students eligible for free and reduced lunches or median family income but it won't be a single score underlying mission of the College Board is to ensure that regardless of where you're from or who you know or who knows you think you're given a second look Coleman says one hundred colleges have signed on to this year's pilot for NPR news I'm Kathleen McNerney in Boston United Kingdom prime minister Boris Johnson has asked Queen Elizabeth to suspend the UK parliament next month and beers Frank link that reports from London this would make it much easier for Johnson to by pass U. K. lawmakers and pushed through brexit Johnson's as the queen this is been parliament not long after returns from summer recess next week not reconvene until Johnson lays out the agenda for his new government on October fourteenth walking out parliament would leave lawmakers little time to try to block and deal brexit U. K. is scheduled to leave the U. on October thirty first British legislators are on record opposing such a move which would damage the economy but the U. K. far more the Johnson government says this is about addressing other issues facing the UK and not brexit a key leader of the opposition labor party called it quote an utterly scandalous affront to democracy Frank like that NPR news London this is NPR this is W. NYC in New York at seven oh four good morning I'm Kerry Nolan some activists say a mayoral task force's recommendations on improving diversity in school enrollment doesn't go far enough the task force has been working for nearly two years on the recommendations which include phasing out elementary school gifted and talented programs and getting rid of middle school admissions screens some student activists calling for the elimination of selective admissions at all city high schools are disappointed it was not among the recommendations Tiffany Tauruses with the group teens take charge we have an organization are ecstatic that they are being so aggressive when it comes to middle school and elementary schools but when it comes high school's recommendation kind of just fall flat merited Lazio has final say on whether or not to implement the task force's recommendations he says he still reviewing the proposal sixteen women who say they were victims of Jeffrey Epstein are speaking out in court the women share details of absence alleged abuse at a court hearing in Manhattan yesterday nearly three weeks after F. Steen died of an apparent suicide chante Dave Davies was one of them after sharing her story she said she wished Epstein had been in court it was both empowering and.

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"fema" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

04:25 min | 2 years ago

"fema" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Such as FEMA and peers Frank or done yes says the money will instead be used to buy more beds for detained migrants who illegally crossed the southern U. S. border the administration claims that this search at the border is overwhelmed resources that they have no choice to do it they say they need this money to address a lack of detention space particularly for a increase in single adults coming to the border you know you can imagine Democrats are slamming the decision they say the administration is overstepping its authority to push their own policies senator Chuck Schumer called the plan quote backwards in cool on but supporters they're arguing that Congress has left them no choice in the years Frank or don't yes reporting the College Board is dropping its controversial measure of student adversity some admissions officers called an adversity score it was intended to help colleges admit more diverse students from member station W. B. U. R. Kathleen McNerney has more last spring parents and educators criticize the College Board for reducing demographic details about neighborhoods in high schools to one number the single score was a mistake can have retreated from that David Coleman is CEO of the College Board a new pilot will aggregate the same information like the number of students eligible for free and reduced lunches or median family income but it won't be a single score underlying mission of the college for a second sure that regardless of where you're from or who you know who knows you that you're given a second look Coleman says one hundred colleges have signed on to this year's pilot for NPR news I'm Kathleen McNerney in Boston United Kingdom prime minister Boris Johnson has asked Queen Elizabeth to suspend the UK parliament next month and beers Frank length it reports from London this would make it much easier for Johnson to bypass U. K. lawmakers and push through brexit Johnson's as the queen diss spend parliament not long after returns from summer recess next week and not reconvene until Johnson lays out the agenda for his new government on October fourteenth walking out parliament would leave lawmakers little time to try to block and deal brexit U. K. scheduled levy you on October thirty first British legislators are on record opposing such a move which would damage the economy but the U. K. far more the Johnson government says this is about addressing other issues facing the UK and not brexit a key leader of the opposition labor party called it quote an utterly scandalous affront to democracy Frank like an NPR news London this is NPR India's Supreme Court has asked the government to explain its takeover of the region of Kashmir the court has also delayed until October a full hearing of a challenge of India's action and peers Lauren Frayer reports from New Delhi Kashmiri politicians are asking India's Supreme Court to overturn the government's takeover the Indian government unilaterally amended the country's constitution to wipe away cashmere's autonomy cashmere's used to have special rights to property and jobs in their home region cashmere journalists have filed petitions challenging the communications blackout when the Indian government amended the constitution it also cut off phone lines and internet in the country's only Muslim majority state and it's denied foreign journalists permission to travel there the government says it's doing this to better integrate cashmere but the United Nations has set its tactics amount to quote collective punishment Lauren Frayer NPR news New Delhi pharmaceutical maker Purdue pharma says it's actively working with state attorneys general and other plaintiffs this comes after a judge ruled that pharmaceutical maker Johnson and Johnson is liable in a civil lawsuit filed by the state of Oklahoma the judge ruled Johnson and Johnson contributed to the opioid epidemic by deceptively marketing pain killers Deutsche Bank says in court documents it has tax returns sought by house Democrats that are related to president trump's personal and business finances it's not clear who's records the bank has house Democrats subpoena the bank this year for trump's financial records as well as those of his children and businesses trump has sued to block this I'm korva Coleman NPR news in Washington support for NPR comes from NPR stations other contributors include indeed with its skills tests builds for employers who want to see the deeper sense of the person behind the resume learn more at indeed dot com.

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"fema" Discussed on Elvis Duran and the Morning Show

Elvis Duran and the Morning Show

01:33 min | 3 years ago

"fema" Discussed on Elvis Duran and the Morning Show

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