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"five hundred forty two million dollars" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

10:09 min | 2 years ago

"five hundred forty two million dollars" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"Studio driven by my cast receive forty the Billboard in Alexandria this is the largest volume for dealer in the tri state and let them see you time and money number one four weeks and that's my cast Russi Ford. what the original today so because we've been discussing a little bit delay so basically under scrutiny and lots of other than some investors and people use an improperly and to get more on this let's go to the phones and talk to ABC Erica Turkey and what's going on my friend. jul labs is under the gun from the FDA which wrote a letter today saying that the the company has been marketing products as a safe alternative to cigarette smoking and they could not really allowed to do that yet the FDA has of course authorize certain dating products but it's the way that they're being marketed especially to kids at the at the game seemed to have trouble with and it comes as there been hundreds greeting related long illnesses that have developed and perhaps yeah and I I think we talked I guess Michigan outlaw room as some of the the the flavored ones right the ones that are in a bubble gum and this and that yeah same thing with labor stuff it is also a real concern about the key she got up to the main ingredient marijuana because those appear to contain a vitamin he asked. by the by the need to be very good for you a lot of people think of the supplement fine but when inhaled at high temperatures doctors are wondering if there's a potential connection to a long problem and and so for for for a number of other states may yet start taking a look at that we know that there's going to be subpoenas issued by the state of New York. get the recipes some of these things. and and what may be causing me so long elements but the the concern is certainly hi. are they worried that these are kind of one ofthe situations in terms of these products have been tampered with were added to at home or they actually concerned about the products they're being sold out of the problem is the is is that it's so much of it sold on the black market or you know a lot of some corner store that you don't actually know what it is or or what you did so for the the shops that sell that stuff is a push to to create warning labels Alabama they had a different approach they decided to take the doors off the restroom stall. we've been talking about that. different colleges have different responses but I think that the concerns are kind of coming into poker labored that appeals to kids PH and painting products and and as you say the the the the availability of so many things on the black market governor intercom here in New York today it was like you know the attitude of you don't know what Dennis don't smoke it. but my new I mean Joe's defense I would be I would imagine would be look I I we're we're not responsible for what you do or what you get on the black market if you use our product just the way it was intended which was just you know vape in under the the amount that we suggest and all that there there's no issues and couldn't couldn't make that case you sound like you're selling pretty formal or or no manufacturer that say if you know if if used properly our our oxycontin is is perfectly fine well it is it on the gun is probably fine to boast of the users when they when they use it the way the doctor prescribed to them why should they be responsible for the a few people that use in properly that's not right well and and and you know you've got a good perfect that I kept all these I'll be state but we've come to find out and you know what when it comes to product liability that the manufacturer does bear and what's your. actor in this country which has a special called out and let you know that that it's your manufacture of these products you do have some some liability for once it hits you know we want to becomes available to consumers. in regards to this kind of mystery illness as they're calling it how many confirmed deaths are there now that thing for a quick you know definitively but suspicion is five and you know because. all point to current visited in all five had at it okay being an and no other history of of of anything that has to do with the lungs so that that's been the natural suspicion eventually they'll confirm that I'm sure and and they'll look to see if there are common components five deaths and how many millions of people of a that's asking saying I err we appreciate somebody thank you yeah. Hey it's me what is it about a logical thing to ask your should it should McDonald be responsible if you buy your fifty big macs Anita Monday no but I I mean it we're getting into a a weird place of like if these these products were contaminated or they were altered in some way that is not in a way that was produced by a mass manufacture under the FDA guidelines right how is it that's what we need to figure out you can't just ban vaping you need to figure out where the the what part aping is actually making people sick that's I don't know how should you will be responsible if someone takes their vape and doctors it up and add stuff to it if we find out tool is responsible course out to dry yeah if it if it comes out that like they originally said our product contains this and it turns out that the recipe actually contain this that was killing a bunch of people then then hang on but by the the the longest road we can find right but if if people were you manipulate and with this their their vape in a way and that's causing the die how in the hell should you will be responsible for that well and and that's not helping people that might actually be getting altered product somewhere that think that that is okay because it's a jewel problem or it's a this problem or that problem you are not limiting the problem or the scope of it so that people that might actually be impacted and may face health consequences actually get that information because you just convoluted by saying it's an all vaping situation that's not reasonable like you said anybody this baby is probably like that's not reasonable nariz will not only well it is some people so but you've made it so convoluted with your umbrella statement that now nobody's gonna listen to you nobody's going to cut through the noise to find out what products are actually hurting people and you know posing a an actual health risk to people in this country this is a very dangerous precedent that that is being is being set right now. I mean you could take take anything you could take a I don't know I am a skateboarder comes on one kid gets her on some means every skateboard manufacturers responsible for so and every kid getting hurt and they're gonna get the pants suit often that's stupid it should a gun manufacturer be responsible if if a single or person uses their gun and a and a homicide I don't think so this is not this not indicative of the behavior of all the people who buy guns just one person is the person doing the right person doctor up and buying the black market vape not the person who goes to the store and buys the joy vape everything is fine which is I imagine you enjoyed by me is not my thing but I imagine just enjoyed by millions of people out there how does not their problem if someone's getting on the black market that's ridiculous well and again you know to your point. when you when you kind of super up an automobile let's say when you take a car that is has a factory warranty and then you decide to customize it put a chip in it we had worked on at home and then that car you know something goes wrong and you wreck that that car racks and you are hurt you've you've messed with the fundamental components of the car in a way that man has made it unsafe but if the car was manufacturing unsafe way you get recall right somebody's trying to tell you Hey we messed up bring that car back in so that we can fix it for you and make things right right and there's a difference there even though you could rack in both situations have become injured but it all has to do with whether or not that that the first element has been tampered with war has had some post factory additives put onto it it is it's a great analogy put out there it would it's again and and also five people have have maybe died of this how many of the five if it I mean it deliver we're gonna find out if that's actually what they died from war was because they were messing with the the ingredients for messing with this and that hi Doris Doris and how that is Jules problem which they're going to you know their own make that case in court but the press is getting sent one Johnson Johnson was sued for what was it five hundred forty two million dollars or something they had to pay out because of their in they put out like a negligible amount of the open what products out in the street and they'd get sued for that amount of money there's also a well I we we'd like ninety nine point nine percent of people use our products properly in the ones that didn't and now we got to pay this whole he's pale I think that in that lawsuit has more probably to do with less how people use the product and more how they put her in product towards doctors and towards a a you know other health officials in a way that they incentivized giving out those prescriptions you got a trip to a golf course you got to go somewhere cool you got swag if you put out X. many prescriptions and all that in some way. exactly and and so that is what when they are looking at the problem they're saying well okay maybe you shouldn't incentivize prescriptions with trips and money and maybe we should rethink I I want to see how this plays out and I want to see if if the ingredients enjoy they lied about it or they they were misrepresent what was actually in it turns out this was actually in the source and so then I'm on team your think wow yeah both state board. look at the. yes No will get the Zack Zack Taylor report after this rob what do you got from the you see health traffic.

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"five hundred forty two million dollars" Discussed on WDTK The Patriot

WDTK The Patriot

01:40 min | 3 years ago

"five hundred forty two million dollars" Discussed on WDTK The Patriot

"Between import teen in Washington. I do pretty slow travel. There's still but better do headed towards Livingston county Twenty-three, northbound CLYDE road that accident has been cleared. But traffic is still slow for all right around ninety six the forecast for tonight, mainly clear skies, the low dipping out of fifty five tomorrow mostly cloudy skies early. Then partly cloudy the afternoon with a high of eighty now sunshine, seventy eight degrees around metro Detroit. From the townhall dot com newsroom, the ruling by McComb county judge taking four veteran Warren city council resolved the mallet has been reversed late yesterday. The Michigan court of appeals overturned the decision. City council candidate counter birdie filed the lawsuit of may arguing council president seasonal saint-pierre and councilman Robert Bork amino Scott Stevens, and Stephen Warner can't run again to determine it's all four of served three four year terms, governor Whitman has been asking lawmakers for an alternative to her forty five cent per gallon gas tax hike proposal to come up with road repair money and the House, Republicans have unveiled some of their idea. They're looking at putting the six percent sales tax paid gasoline into roads while protecting the money currently goes from that to local governments in schools Republicans in the house, say that would put an extra five hundred forty two million dollars into wrote repairs while Whitmer and former Republican governor Rick Snyder say, over two billion a year is what's needed. We update traffic and weather four times. An our, I'm Scott, Bradley, on the patriot FM one, a one point five and AM, fourteen hundred every time I go to cruise hearing. I'm reminded of the first time I went and considering what they've done to better my life. It's hard to believe on nervous. I was on that first peak into the world of hearing correction since I talk.

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"five hundred forty two million dollars" Discussed on WJR 760

WJR 760

03:02 min | 3 years ago

"five hundred forty two million dollars" Discussed on WJR 760

"A disgrace, I actually don't they, she's a talented person? I've tried to be nice to because. I would have liked to have gotten some deals done. She's incapable of doing this. She's a nasty vindictive, horrible person Enbridge has gone to court after talks broke down on line five, the oil pipeline that runs under the straits of mackinac and bridges asking Michigan court to rule on an agreement reached with former governor Snyder to build an oil pipeline beneath the channel linking lakes Huron. Michigan inside of a tunnel. Enbridge says the deal was passed legally, Michigan attorney general, Dana Nessel has said the law enacted in December onto the tunnel agreement. Violates the state constitution, and she is declared that she will stop the new line five a nineteen year old Detroit man has been charged for a triple murder over the Memorial Day weekend. Devon Robinson basis murder charges in the killings of three members of the Detroit, LGBTQ community, according to police, the victims were fatally shot in found inside of a home on Devonshire on Detroit's east side. It's the boyfriend again, a thirty five year old guy. Garden city man charged in connection with the fatal shooting of sergeant Elaine Williams. An off-duty Detroit police officer who is body was found in the home on Belton street on Monday in garden city, Eddie Johnson and Williams lived at that home Williams was dead inside the home. When officers arrived, they found Johnson wounded in a car, he had shot himself. He's in custody at a hospital. A leading water researcher who helped in the investigation into Flint water says lead levels in Flint water were hired during part of twenty eleven than they were during the height of the Flint water crisis in two thousand fourteen Mark Edwards, Virginia Tech thinks the lead levels were high before the water turned Brown when the source of Flint water was switched from the Detroit system to the Flint river. That's correct. In fact, for a long time to Brown water. They were cheating on the lead, and copper monitoring. And they were still claiming it was safe until we did the citywide sampling playing that expose the problem and Flint residents. Really, you know. To help lead that charge and one level, we've never know just what triggered the problems that occurred in twenty eleven but there's it's indisputable now that it occurred details of his new study are found in science direct dotcom House Republicans are working on their own road funding plan. A Michigan house panel has approved a shift in hundreds of millions of dollars in sales tax revenue, generated at the gas pump instead of allocating into schools and local governments. The new proposal includes five hundred forty two million dollars to meet a right to to the roads. The tax shift is part of a yet to be revealed road, funding plan by the Republican House, as an alternative to govern Whitmore's forty five cent a gallon, gas tax proposal. That's WJR's, Ken Rogulski house. Republicans are also talking about the possibility of the state selling the blue water bridge to private enterprise Sparty is getting arrest. Michigan State University.

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"five hundred forty two million dollars" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

01:31 min | 3 years ago

"five hundred forty two million dollars" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"Morning news and unbelievable weather in the midwest. Rapid fire line of tornadoes, tore across Indiana and Ohio overnight last about, I'd say ten to fifteen seconds. Scariest fifteen seconds of my life. Those twisters were so close together that one actually crossed the path of another. But I state lawmakers here in Arizona worked until one this morning. Passing nearly twelve billion dollar budget than call it a quiz for the year. It's our top story. And here's Jamie west, I'm marathon, Arizona. Legislative session has come to an end after one hundred thirty five days KTAR, Jim cross is live with details on what's in the new state budget erupted. I've just before one A M a sauna, the governor now here is in a lawmakers passed that almost twelve billion dollar budget. Republican senators Paul Boyer, Heather Carter refused. Back, a budget deal without the measure being approved that gives child-sex-abuse victims more time to sue them as your extensive. Statute of limitations from age twenty to thirty that proposal, passed the house and Senate unanimously governor quickly signed the measure the budget, which remains yet to be assigned also adds five hundred forty two million dollars. Aaronson is rainy day fund that brings that to one billion dollars. That's a record. It also includes one hundred sixty five million to fulfil the twenty twenty teacher pay raises live in the news center. Jim cross KTAR news. It is seven to one here. Quick programming note. Senator, Martha mcsally US Senator Martha mcsally is gonna join us here on Arizona's morning news coming up in about fifteen minutes or so, right now, let's get an update on traffic.

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"five hundred forty two million dollars" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

News Talk 1130 WISN

01:41 min | 3 years ago

"five hundred forty two million dollars" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

"What fifty four dollars total cost in health insurance under no circumstance is that unaffordable? The fundamental problem would be in taking the money. Minnesota is always held up as the example of a state that has done so well by taking this money. In fact, either is himself launched a campaign ad during the campaign for governor in which he said, Minnesota's governor took the funds they made changes Wisconsin families pay nearly fifty percent more than Minnesotans for the same healthcare. It's not true. Premiums in Minnesota. Jumped by about fifty to sixty seven percent, Wisconsin sixteen percent. As a result. The state government of Minnesota was forced to come up with three hundred million dollars to subsidize roughly one hundred twenty three thousand Minnesotans who didn't qualify for ObamaCare subsidies. They spent an additional five hundred forty two million dollars last year to establish a reinsurance program to hold down costs. Now, we starts in enacted a similar program, but the cost state taxpayers is about thirty four million dollars premiums. This year expected to go down by an average of three point five percent. Thanks to that program, which has federal approval and is doing very well. And contrary to all the rhetoric..

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