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House set to approve Biden's $1.9 trillion stimulus plan

News, Traffic and Weather

00:36 sec | 5 months ago

House set to approve Biden's $1.9 trillion stimulus plan

"Debate now underway on the House floor and President Biden's proposed covert relief bill. Congressman Frank Pallone, New Jersey Democrat Madam Speaker, The American Rescue plan meets the unprecedented challenges our nation is facing, and it deserves strong bipartisan support. Republicans, including Texas congressman August Pflueger say the bill cost too much as I rise today in complete opposition. The Democrats blue State bailout bill This bill will cost the American taxpayer nearly $2 trillion bill includes $1400 stimulus checks for most Americans, expanded unemployment benefits and billions more for vaccines and

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Pharma Executives Promise Congress They Aren’t Cutting Corners in Fast-Tracking Coronavirus Vaccine

Sean Hannity

00:46 sec | 1 year ago

Pharma Executives Promise Congress They Aren’t Cutting Corners in Fast-Tracking Coronavirus Vaccine

"Vaccine pharmaceutical companies during a house hearing or pledging not to compromise safety, House Energy and Commerce Committee chairman Democrat Frank Pallone says he's concerned President Trump will pressure the Food and Drug Administration to approve an ineffective vaccine. Manila's Pangalos with AstraZeneca told lawmakers all vaccine data will be published for the world to see. Remember that is going to be a vaccine that is going to be used globally. So every regular to authority is gonna have a view on the efficacy and safety of our vaccine. The president has been hoping for a vaccine by the November election or the end of the year under his administration's program. Operation Warp speed. Rachel Sutherland Fox is an hour from now The president is

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"frank pallone" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

08:07 min | 2 years ago

"frank pallone" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"New Jersey congressman Frank Pallone made news on the Brian Lehrer show this week when he refused to stop taking donations from the fossil fuels industry. Even though he now chairs the energy committee that if you start going down that road that nobody can contribute you on the next Brian Lehrer show, a response to congressman Pallone from the founder of the sunrise movement, which supports a green new deal and has protested outside the congressman's office, the vitamer show at ten AM on WNYC. This is morning edition from NPR news. I'm David green. And I'm Rachel Martin. Good morning. It is day. Twenty one of the partial federal government shutdown, and there is no compromise in sight. President Trump still wants five point seven billion dollars for a border wall. Democrats refused to fund it at all caught in the middle. Hundreds of thousands of federal workers who are not getting a paycheck today because congress and the president can't find a way to reopen the government so far most Republicans in congress are sticking by the president, including our next guest. Congressman Gary Palmer of Alabama. He chairs the policy committee for House Republicans congressman thanks so much for joining us this morning. Nice Ramya on Rachel both sides have to give in any kind of compromise deal. You're a Republican I'm going to ask you about your party. And where you see that give where should the Republicans and the president be willing to compromise to end the shutdown. Well, I I think you might could compromise on the amount of money that it's needed. Although I think the five point. Seven billion dollars is. At least that much is needed. And it's not just I think there's some misunderstanding out there about what we're trying to do. It's not just it's not about a wall. It's about border security part of it includes fencing, however, whatever the form that might be. But almost a billion of it is for humanitarian aid is to provide more bids. It's provide more medical care and relief for those folks who are trying to get across the border that that need our help. And I don't think that message gets out. Very well. And and that's on us. I think that that we're not communicating as well about what all we're trying to with the funding. The president has said that if he can't get congress and Democrats to give him that five point seven billion dollars that he will declare a national emergency to end, what is really a political battle. Do you think that's a good idea? Well, I think what's going on at the border is an emergency. And we've been talking about this Democrats have talked about the humanitarian disaster. I mean, just if this has been ongoing for really ever since I've been in congress when all the children start showing up that was happening during the Obama administration. I do think it is it has devolved into a political battle. And and I realize I'm Republicans sound partisan. But when you sit down in a room to try to. To talk through things and try to resolve a problem. You have to have both sides willing to to engage in that discussion, and that's not happening with the other side of the aisle. And I can tell you Rachel that are people on the outside of the aisle that want to see this resolved because they realized that people are suffering. I mean, it's been Democrats and Republicans have agreed that something needs to be done at the border. I think were the problem lies in the fact that people aren't dealing with the same facts, right? You hear Sarah Sanders. Talk about thousands of people who are connected to terrorism coming across that southern border. And and that's just not true. I mean, data from customs and border protection proves otherwise. It's the number is closer to between six and twelve. Well, it doesn't matter what the number is in the sense. What they've what we know is that there were at least three thousand people whose travel patterns warranted special attention, and those who are all at the southern border. But when you talk about it's only six or twelve that came across the southern border is only nineteen took down the world trade towers. I mean, I don't think we ought to get caught up in ham. Any if only one carried out an attack that killed hundreds or thousands of people that's one too many. And you get you get lost in in those things. I think what we've got to talk about is go back and look what we did in two thousand six with the secure fence act. We we authorize funding for seven hundred little over seven hundred miles. We built about six hundred something miles of that, particularly in Yuma and Tucson border crossings illegal crossings are down ninety five percent and it works. Go ahead. If I may going back to what I'm saying, it's not just about fencing. It's also about humanitarian aid it's about more border patrol agents. It's about more technology being used in particularly for interdicting drugs. But even the department of homeland security says just over four hundred thousand people a legally entered the US in twenty eighteen that is down from one point six million in the year two thousand so you talk about being a. It's up from four the last five years. So again, when you get into numbers, your baseline is two thousand that when you say that the border illegal border crossings are up. They are up from for the last five years. Let me ask you a kind of about a different aspect of this. We recently interviewed Mark Krikorian on the show. He's the executive director of the center for immigration studies, which is a conservative group that wants a stricter immigration caps. And he said, President Trump's focus on the wall because he has focused on this idea of a wall rhetorically that it comes at the expense of other policy changes that he wants to see let's listen to this clip more border barriers like, I said, they're important. But there are other things that are more important things like plugging loopholes in our asylum laws e-verify, and what have you what do you make of that? Well, I haven't registered is. And I don't know the gentleman. So I think the president's focus on the wall is jeopardising larger more conservative efforts to. To to curb immigration. Well, the president has has repeatedly shown a willingness to compromise. And even in the context of whether it's a wall or a fence, or whatever you wanna call it. And again, the funding for this is not just about fencing. We realize we're not going to build a wall our barrier. Along the entire southern border. What we're trying to do is secure the border, and that's a combination of more board projects. Technology and fencing congressman Gary Palmer, Republican of Alabama. We appreciate your time. This morning, sir. Thanks for coming in. Thanks. Rachel. So there is one remaining open seat in the US house of representatives. It was left empty because of an ongoing investigation into potential election fraud, North Carolina's ninth district, Republican Mark Harris is leading that race and NPR's miles parts has this profile of a boisterous pastor who's been trying to break into North Carolina politics for the past half decade before Mark Harris, the center of an election that just won't end. He stood on a stage three years ago in Charleston, South Carolina. This the light of mind, go ahead and get your lights up. Come on come on. Let's sing it together. This little light of mine, I'm gonna let it shine. This little light of mine, I'm gonna let it shine. This was their encouraging Christian leaders to run for higher office at that point Harris just run and lost in the two thousand fourteen primaries for US Senate. He'd been pastor at First Baptist Church in Charlotte for the previous decade often. Blending the spiritual with the political hide it under a. Bushel? Oh.

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Defense rests its case in Manafort trial

All Things Considered

00:42 sec | 3 years ago

Defense rests its case in Manafort trial

"Closing arguments are expected to. Begin tomorrow in the financial fraud trial of former Trump, campaign chairman Paul Manafort that's after the defense rested its case. Without presenting evidence or calling any witnesses Manafort himself did not take the stand the defense opted arrest after more than. Two hour hearing that was closed to the. Public Kevin downing is one of manafort's lawyers and speaking to reporters explained, the defense decision matter for. It just rested his case and he did so because he and his. Legal team we've that the government has, not met its burden of proof prosecutors have spent more than two weeks presenting evidence showing Manafort. Hid millions, of dollars the IRS and overseas Bank accounts he faces charges of Bank and tax

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"frank pallone" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

C-SPAN Radio

03:06 min | 3 years ago

"frank pallone" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

"The house energy and commerce committee also on the floor today the ranking democrat frank pallone he supported today's bill but cautioned that it doesn't go far enough i think it's essential that we keep this opium package in the context of a larger healthcare debate in congress as i've stated before my republican colleagues are interested in taking credit today for some policies that helped those by the crisis while at the same time actively threatening and sabotage the very healthcare coverage at many of the same people rely on in the first place the ongoing efforts by house republicans and the trump administration to repeal or sabotage the affordable care act have only harm those affected by this crisis earlier this month republicans directed directly threaten to healthcare people with opiate use disorder when the trump administration is to federal court to strike down key patient protections in the affordable care act is successful the trump administration's action would eliminate protections that ensure more than one hundred and thirty million americans with pre existing conditions cannot be denied coverage and guess who is considered a pre existing condition opiate use disorders and people with republicans also continue with their attempts to gut the medicaid program which is our most important weapon in the fight against the cepa dynamic both a consumer protections of the medicaid have saved countless lives that would have otherwise been destroyed by the opioid crisis so it's nice that we're passing this bipartisan package today but we should not forget the tremendous harm republican policies would inflict elsewhere on the same people we seek to help with this package congressman frank pallone today's opioid bill passed the house by vote of three hundred ninety six to fourteen a house hearing today focusing on president trump's latest space policy initiative that he signed this week and that's the have the commerce department keep track of space debris that might be threat to commercial satellites the commerce secretary wilbur ross testified the need for timely and accurate and actionable ssa data in stm services has never been greater dod currently observes well over twenty thousand objects circling the earth many of which are softball size or larger pieces of manmade space debris these objects fly around earth at dangerous speeds of up to seventeen thousand five hundred miles per hour about ten times the speed of a small bullet even more concerning the estimated six hundred thousand smaller objects that could still cause significant harm if they collision occurred congestion in space will only increase in the next few years the number of american satellites in space will likely grow from eight hundred to over fifteen thousand as more and more.

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Police: Woman fatally stabbed by ex-boyfriend at N.Y. racetrack

The Eric Metaxas Show

01:44 min | 3 years ago

Police: Woman fatally stabbed by ex-boyfriend at N.Y. racetrack

"The answer and seventy five degrees what's going on we of the answer members of congress from new york new jersey are getting a firsthand look an ice detention center in jersey where immigrants were separated from their families the democrats including jerrold nadler adriana espaillat hakim jeffries caroline malone and frank pallone junior made the surprise father's day visit to the elizabeth contract detention facility jeffries tweeted that they were first denied admission by ice but we're let in an hour later the visit was also marked by protests by dozens of people outside of the detention center police have arrested a man in connection with the fatal stabbing of a woman early sunday in a barn at belmont park cops say fiftythreeyearold jose franco martinez the former boyfriend of the woman and charged him with second degree murder the fifty one year old woman who was not identified was found with multiple stab wounds have pronounced dead at a nearby hospital police say the woman worked as a hot walker at the facility someone who calls down horses after a training session in sports mets will travel to colorado to take on the rockies starting a four game series the first pages at eight forty and then the yankees will travel to washington to take on the nationals this is a makeup game that first pitch begins at five oh five traffic delays currently at the inbound g wbal one hour on the upper level thirty to forty minutes on the lower level fifteen to twenty four or forty six approach looks like the palisades approach would be the best one inbound lincoln tunnel twenty minute wait now outbound not a problem holland tunnel that'll be a pretty smooth ride both inbound and alabam parking was the rules in effect for monday citywide weather for today we'll see a mixture of.

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1 dead, several injured in shooting at New Jersey festival

Wait, Don't Tell Me!

02:16 min | 3 years ago

1 dead, several injured in shooting at New Jersey festival

"Thousands left homeless precedent jimmy morales says the projected cost to deal with damages from the volcano stance at some seventy million dollars for npr news i'm maria martin in antigua guatemala this is npr this is wnyc in new york i'm lance lucky as you've been hearing on wnyc authorities say one suspect is dead and another is in police custody after gunfire erupted at an all night arts festival in trenton at least twenty two people were injured trenton resident urban higginbotham told whyy he was looking at an exhibit when shots rang out at about two forty five am all of a sudden right like that hey realized shocked on the ground another shot how and then i seem to blood leaking down my leg others were injured as they scrambled for the exits mercer county prosecutor angelo enough recess seventeen people were treated for gunshot wounds including a thirteen year old boy who was in critical condition enough offering says a neighborhood beef was behind the shooting local congressional democrats chose father's day to conduct an unannounced inspection of a federal detention facility in new jersey they wanted to speak with asylum seekers who have been separated from their children speaking outside the facility in elizabeth new jersey congressman frank pallone said one detainee had heard that his daughter is now in michigan but can't be sure he described how the man's five year old daughter was taken away while he was sleeping and three forty three way immigration and customs enforcement has not yet responded to a request for comment pallone and six other members of congress were joined by immigrant and civil rights groups calling for an end to the trump administration's immigration policy of separating children from their parents eighty eight degrees now in air quality alert remains in effect until eleven pm sunny ninety two tomorrow wnyc support for npr comes from the walton family foundation where opportunity takes root more information is available at walton family foundation dot org.

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"frank pallone" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:32 min | 3 years ago

"frank pallone" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"The conclusion of the summit we signed a joint statement in which chairman kim quote reaffirmed his firm and unwavering commitment to complete denuclearization of the korean peninsula this is the beginning of the process toward the denuclearization of north korea i sometimes say the d nuking of north korea and those are beautiful words during our conversation i emphasize the tremendous new prosperity security and opportunity that awaits north korea wedneday denuclearize as i said in singapore chairman kim has the chance to season incredible future for his people anyone can make war but only the most courageous can make peace our world has seen more than enough conflict if there's a chance at peace if there's a chance to end a horrible threat of nuclear conflict then we must pursue it at all cost the people of america the people of korea the people of the world deserve a future of security and of peace and that is why we signed this joint statement in the coming days and weeks and months secretary pompeo will be working directly with north korea to implement the denuclearization deal in the meantime sanctions will remain in place we know that there's a great deal of work ahead but peace is always worth that effort we have been working very hard i made the trip it was worth every second it was an incredible event the people of asia feel safe and right now the people from all over the world feel much safer than the days before i was president we're doing a good job we're working very hard and we're going to produce it's all going to happen thank you god bless you and god bless america new jersey congressman frank pallone delivers his this week's democratic party address you can hear that at seven well a bloomberg business up in just a moment but i remember when you're away from your radio you can always listen to wbz on the iheart radio app wbz news time six.

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"frank pallone" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

C-SPAN Radio

01:37 min | 3 years ago

"frank pallone" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

"The opioid crisis on the floor of this week i urge my colleagues to remember that protecting and expanding access to care is the most critical piece of the puzzle in any efforts to roll back the affordable care act such as the republican led attempt to repeal the aca and got medicaid will hurt those who need it most and with that said i'm pleased to support hr four four nine and the other bills we will consider underspent suspension of the rules today that was frank pallone democrat of new jersey on the house floor earlier today preceded by bob latte republican of ohio it's a primary day today and midterm elections were also on the mine of house majority whip steve scalise when he was interviewed by politico's anna palmer and jake sherman he said the party would seek to pass tax cut two point oh legislation in advance of the election and would continue to back president trump's anti regulatory agenda on capitol hill representative scalise also reflected on last year's shooting that left him injured remembering the support of fellow politicians and also talked about why he didn't change his pro gun stance as a result of the incident we are now it's june twelfth so we are just under five months from from election damned curious what you think is you sit here today knowing the cl the political climate which is you know jobless rates at a almost historic low economies ticking pretty well stock markets up what you think congress needs to do besides no harm between for republicans between now and election day what would you what do you think helps your chances.

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"frank pallone" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5

New Jersey 101.5

01:39 min | 3 years ago

"frank pallone" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5

"Turn that around and hopefully stop strangers from dialing your number several times a day jersey congressman frank pallone says the stopping bad robocalls act broadens the definition so holes that exist now get plugged up says that consumers have the ability to stop close they've previously authorized and calls would not be able to come through unless they have a clearly identifiable number basically gives the fcc a lot more enforcement power so that they can stop robocalls coming from overseas which is increasingly the case dino climbing on new jersey one zero one point five news we continue our look this morning at new jersey's ailing pension system when should police officers disabled by post traumatic stress disorder get extra retirement benefits provided after a debilitating accidents the state supreme court was split in two recent cases and once the legislature now fix an ambiguous state law for a program that covers two hundred nineteen million of our dollars a year in benefits police officer who helped us wash three teenagers burnt alive in a car explosion could be eligible for extra benefits a hostage negotiator her demanding talked with for twelve hours plead for his life seconds before being shot dead isn't in it's ruling the supreme court makers to make the standards clear appoint justice and patterson also made during oral arguments maybe making a really good arguments for the legislature to take a serious look at this and to maybe come up with a statute that specifically deals with psychiatric injury as opposed to physical injury legislature tried to fix the issue in recent years but could reach agreement with then governor chris christie at the state house michael simon's new jersey one zero one point five news fairleigh dickinson.

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"frank pallone" Discussed on Recode Decode

Recode Decode

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"frank pallone" Discussed on Recode Decode

"Knowledge center democracy and technology i've met with open markets institute i've met with free press the electric frontier furnish can we come up with some compromise legislation principles and then let's start the legislative process and get frank pallone was the ranking member in my dwell who i was just gonna say there's a thing called the republicans how are they on this i think we can make progress with the republicans right now the the reality is re republicans have been very sympathetic to the at and t's and comcast's and the internet service providers and that's just been the divide the that they have so they are less concerned about privacy and at and t has got the at and t bill of rights which is a little bit laughable if you ask me but you have to have randal stevenson state i'll ask him about it and ask him about the the michael cohen stuff oh no he's not happy about that he's going to have to answer those questions i'm not you know people are like oh i can't believe me did that i'm like of course he did it why wouldn't you do like it doesn't it makes perfect sense to me we should just disclose it the one thing i will give the i've been critical at and t and a lot of the net neutrality issues others but maybe one of the interesting thing someone told me he was doing is taking lineman at at and t giving them a full paid credentialing and education and getting them jobs in in a totally different field in a different career and there'd be interesting if you have him on yeah that's where yeah yeah tar position in ways running it's big as it is it's got challenges everywhere you go i would not want that's tough company to run but when you have all these competing is like i said so you get the republicans are not you feel like they're interested in it because it seems like they're interested in nothing like almost nothing there are some of the libertarian members who are interested in privacy but then they default on those committees to defining privacy the way at and t comcast and the internet service providers defining and they basically want to go after the facebooks google's and social media companies.

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"frank pallone" Discussed on WDEL 1150AM News Talk Radio

WDEL 1150AM News Talk Radio

02:40 min | 3 years ago

"frank pallone" Discussed on WDEL 1150AM News Talk Radio

"So don't know what do you make of this democrats voted pretty much against this right to try and i i don't get that because it seems to me like the democrats you know with the right to choose and choice would be all about this thing but but no it's it's just it's like bizarro world and they want to try some different therapies some different medication well the law is you have to go through the fda and the democrats who are against us right to try say oh well the the fda approved ninety nine percent of all the people who want to do this but there's a long process and republicans are saying is look let's get them out of the proxy process let's get them out of the bureaucracy it's your life you're dying your doctor says your terminal now you can go and try something without that companies fear of being sued or anything like that in other words being sued by the federal government because they're going beyond what the fda would allow them to do i just think this is just bizarre so the house has passed the senate passed it it's going to be law now it was a two hundred and fifty to one six nine vote really along party lines it just doesn't make sense or maybe you think so let's talk about hey jersey let's let's talk about your guy jersey okay representative frank pallone all right frank pallone of jersey is a top democrat on the house energy and commerce committee and he's been opposes thing for the very very beginning there's been a few different iterations of this bill but he's totally against us he says it puts vulnerable patients at risk by completely removing the food and drug administration from the review or the oversight of access to investigational therapies these are people who are dying and you have these democrats like schumer and pallone who are saying yeah we can't put these people at risk which i just don't understand how how this makes sense and if you could make sense of it bring it because we have a few minutes here at five to nine one zero one seven three zero to five to nine one one seven i just don't understand the opposition and it to me it's it just.

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"frank pallone" Discussed on Sports 600 ESPN

Sports 600 ESPN

02:13 min | 3 years ago

"frank pallone" Discussed on Sports 600 ESPN

"Nfl is going to have help republican frank pallone me not frank pallone of new jersey excuse me but senator orrin hatch of utah could be the nfl's propose voted for this as far as introducing legislation but at a very base level to me calls to mind the question because the nfl's thinking has long lagged behind almost everyone else the nfl reacts because it's big and bulky and it's allowed to because its success seems so teflon even as we talk about small falls and ratings it's a drop in the bucket relative to how monstrous the numbers they still put up our how much of the top tv broadcast they still represent how much money they're still bringing in and i wonder aloud how dated and antiquated this thinking has become how much the nfl's holding onto something that doesn't really exist anymore as we see them already on the losing side of an argument about marijuana use as that continues to change in the nation i wonder if gambling goes the same way now it feels like it doesn't it feels like the nfl might be fighting against ghosts on this i could be wrong but it seems like one hundred ninety billion dollars in gambling revenue later we might be at a place that has already waved goodbye to this idea now some of that will there will always be conspiracy theorist will always be people that buy in but i wonder if the nfl is doing more harm than good once we get specifics of this legislation what they're potentially proposing as far as framework for this maybe it's merely just the insurance that they'll be getting paid no beginning their cutoff this to which seems to be at the forefront of the owners mind for almost everything else but how the nfl chooses to oppose or not oppose this is going to be very interesting because regardless of how it's perceived it is still a league that wields a big stick in all of this and it's fight could potentially affect the other leagues pursuit of trying to make this a more common part of their game eight seven to nine three seven seven six triple eight say espn how to sports gambling ruling affect the future of one guy who continues to.

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"frank pallone" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

02:04 min | 3 years ago

"frank pallone" Discussed on KGO 810

"The the decision says congress can regulate sports gambling directly but if it elects not to do so each state is free to act on its own our job is to interpret the law congress has enacted and decide whether it is consistent with the constitution this law is not now here's what nobody's talking about the court's action could jump start action in congress to pass legislation calling for federal regulation of sports betting something the sports leagues would prefer over separate state rules from state to state some sort of blanket federal rule that would pass constitutional muster has been in the works for a long time but it just hasn't gotten done i wonder if there's a public support for that says representative frank pallone is sounds like a mobster he's a democrat from new jersey so he's probably a mobster quote now that the supreme court has struck down this unlawful and confusing law it is time for congress to move the game act forward to ensure that consumer protections are in place in any state that decides to implement sports betting so the discussion is not over but what do you think the public will is i think the public will is nobody cares so congress is not going to regulate them i don't know defense who bribes them right who's going to spread the cash around who's got a really vested interest note forces aren't gonna have a lot of money to throw at them but the yes forces will unless the no forces include sheldon adelson the dog sinoe crowding right that will inferior hurt van but it doesn't seem to have from what i've read they thought a lot of different legalized gambling with going to hurt vegas and that hasn't really people still go there doesn't seem to avert him go there is a destination we've all seen the rapidly shrinking las vegas strip with a new casino being torn down every oh no wait a minute president trump says he's hoping for peace is the new american embassy in jerusalem officially opened up today in a video statement from the white house trump said we extend a hand in friendship to israel.

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"frank pallone" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

C-SPAN Radio

02:12 min | 3 years ago

"frank pallone" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

"We are often not aware of we've seen the issue can have detrimental effects on our democracy so when dense retake the house will you implement data regulations similar to that of europe's general data protection regulation thank you for your question the the little beyond i just say that right now we're in the process of putting forth informed by the testimony that we just saw and heard a internet bill of rights about privacy and the rest is this is so important and thank you for asking that question whether we follow the european we will are right now i have test our energy and commerce committee members congressman and she's been a leader on this mike doyle frank pallone that so many of the members so that we have a large as you can imagine from california a big interest in this we know the companies we know the challenges so they are putting together now a a proposal for what we should have an internet bill of rights row connor has put forth his version but we will have something that has a consideration of the members of the committee as well let me stay on this issue a little sidebar related to on the net neutrality issue which is where we want freedom on the internet the platforms have so much control it's just it's just not right it's just not right in many of them are wonderful people we you know for one thing and another what they do the the cables and the at and t all that rise but they cannot control we cannot let them control the internet even though they have big financial shall we say access in the congress of the united states so we have a a bill now at markey in the senate mike doyle in the house to overturn what they're trying to do at the f fcc on a net neutrality but all of this it's about a completely different world that didn't even.

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"frank pallone" Discussed on WSB-AM

WSB-AM

02:13 min | 3 years ago

"frank pallone" Discussed on WSB-AM

"Take a chill pill that'd be my recommendation second big thing you need to know facebook faceoff between c e o of facebook mark zuckerberg and the united states congress in terms of which i know a little bit about another nothing burger the session with the senate yesterday was a nothing burger the members of the house and the senate both a thing in that if they summon ceo's zuckerberg to congress that they are going to have some gotcha moments relative to privacy of information and censoring they didn't get their gotcha moment because mark zuckerberg very carefully gansta around the whole issue of privacy and the whole issue of censorship without making any firm could mitt mints that's what they were going to do representative frank pallone democrat from new jersey he didn't like the answer he got from mark zuckerberg about making changes to facebook use a default settings will you make the commitment to changing all the user default settings to minimize to the greatest extent possible the collection and use of users data that's i don't think that's hard for you to say yes to unless i'm missing something congressman this is a complex issue that i think is deserves more than a one word again that's disappointing to me with all due respect to representative frank pallone mark zuckerberg could not answer it because it is a complex issue and when you consider zach averse admission that silicon valley and his company of twenty thousand employees are left leaning.

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"frank pallone" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

01:50 min | 3 years ago

"frank pallone" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"In new york congressman frank pallone of new jersey says it's time for congress to regulate facebook pallone sits on one of three congressional committees investigating misuse of data by cambridge analytica ceo mark zuckerberg has agreed to testify in front of those committees next week in an interview with npr the democrats as congress needs to intervene i don't think we can just read it up to facebook or other groups liked into just police themselves that we probably need to put together legislation that applies to everyone because you know their various levels of good and bad actors cologne says he helped introduce a bill that would make companies keep user information safe and notify people if they're information is compromised the mta's working on a plan to upgrade its century old signal system wnyc stevenson reports the proposal comes right after the mta abandoned other costly modernisation plans the recently installed head of new york city transit indie byford had been putting a fresh set of eyes on the subways oldest problems specifically had a speed up the replacement of the aging signal system which currently is expected to take forty years he told reporters a plan is coming next month and that will set out in high level terms what is required to modernize this system top to bottom in every aspect so we will be talking big dollars two years ago governor cuomo launched a nine hundred million dollar plan to modernize thirty two stations but that program ran out of steam and money this week with twelve stations left to go the mta says byford plan will cost even more money thirty eight degrees this is wnyc support for npr comes from wnyc members and from move providing businesses of all sizes with premium print products and humantohuman customer service along with features like gold foil thick paper stocks and rounded corners to help businesses stand out.

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"frank pallone" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

C-SPAN Radio

01:44 min | 3 years ago

"frank pallone" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

"The potential to expand treatment options for those suffering must carefully consider how we can safeguard against further abuse or misuse of controlled substances and finally will consider two proposals that i continue to have strong concerns about one is hr two eight five one which attempts to address the problem of illicit synthetic analogues and the second is the discussion drift that were proposed scheduling tablet again encapsulating machinelike control substances i recognize the importance of addressing illicit synthetic drugs and illegal importation but both of these proposals will give the attorney general broad and unprecedented into a thority incluing including criminal penalties as a way to deter traffickers that fuel are opioid crisis uh i just want to say mr trump do look forward two hearing more from d a and are witnesses today on these issues and hoped to work with all of us on a bipartisan basis to address these concerns thank you democrat frank pallone house engine commerce subcommittee hearing live on capitol hill jerry reluctantly thinks the gentleman joan yields back share now is pleased to uh well i will conclude with members opening statements i would remind members pursuant to committee rules all members opening statements will be a part of the record can we again want to thank our with this for being here today taking the time to testify before the subcommittee we do have to panels and each witness will have the opportunity to give an opening statement followed by rounds of questions from members are first panel today we are hearing from susan gibson the deputy assistant attorney diversion control division of the drug enforcement administration we do appreciate you being here with us today was gibson you are recognised five minutes for an opening statement please chairman welding.

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"frank pallone" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

C-SPAN Radio

02:43 min | 3 years ago

"frank pallone" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

"The safest possible that commitment must come from all levels of play including from the highest level of football since the nfl recognize his link between repetitive hits and brain trauma they need to go to supporting independent research meaningful meaningfully reducing the risk and supported players suffering from the effects of longterm brain injury so this form is critically important it's unfortunate however that this discussion is not being conducted any formal congressional hearing despite our repeated requests for a series of hearings on this subject last year the republican majority agreed to one hearing during way ask congress on concussions in youth sports and that's simply not enough but i'm hopeful that today's form of build will help us build momentum for further action in discussion i thank you again to all our witnesses contributions for being here for this important discussion on traumatic brain injuries in athletics and i hope we can all continue to work together to find the best ways to address the subversion a public health issue i can imagine the the the my colleagues because they are uh uh each had to be part of this forum in discussion but i do want to say that looking at the the people that are up here uh uh julie many of them have played a major role in dealing with issues so i appreciate the fact that they're here today so let me a call on a ranked here i call them chairman of the judiciary committee congressman conyers opening statement thank you for letting its use your room as well franken on is the ranking democrat on the house energy and commerce committee you'll get the bill gene top of the morning everybody what a pleasure it is to be here with the our energy and commerce a ranking member frank pallone in all my colleagues in sponsoring the event that some important event and it takes a little while to get there and we've got a long way to go two days forum brings together some of the nation's leading experts from the medical research and athletic communities to review the causes effects and treatment of concussions another head trauma in particular the forum exam what is known about brain injuries what gaps scientific literature and what is being done to address those gaps the following year the judiciary.

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"frank pallone" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

C-SPAN Radio

01:54 min | 4 years ago

"frank pallone" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

"And a hope that the sec is spinning this time reviewing the millions of comments that have been file including comments from the democratic members of this committee i also hope the fcc considers the thousands of consumer complaints that have been made public since the common period clothes these complaints demonstrate that consumer problems with broadband providers is much farther reaching the afc he's proposed rule making let's on not together these items have the potential to address typically remake the way americans communicate in and taking on these issues the fcc must find a way to insulate itself from the political pressures from the president chairman pie has claimed that he has restored independence to the fcc it he refuses repeatedly to put any distance between himself and president trump whether it's net neutrality sinclair or even protecting a free press and the evasiveness does not inspire confidence i i've said many times and i think i've i've told some of the commission members that i remember earlier this year when sean spicer was at a press conference and he said that the the president would have the fcc repeal net neutrality before the fcc even addressed the issue so you know again it just seems that everything is you know whatever the president once and there's really no independence at all on net neutrality or the other issues and the sec has a long tradition of bipartisanship but unfortunately that simply not the case today hardworking american consumers in future congress zurture to take a dim view of the current partisan politics at the fcc and it's time to restore that bipartisan tradition but again i thank the chairman and the commission's role being here today and i have i like to yield a minute each to uh mr mcnerney and matsui i guess i'll start with mc nearly democrat frank pallone three kingdom for yielding operatives the troubling trimmed in the afc sees recent actions the very core of the afc sees mission is in the public interest in fact the words public interest the pierre over 100 times in the.

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"frank pallone" Discussed on The Sports Hub 98.5

The Sports Hub 98.5

02:21 min | 4 years ago

"frank pallone" Discussed on The Sports Hub 98.5

"The league said at the time and the nih said at the time the money came with no strings attached this was announced by the way in the wake of junior sales suicide thirty milliondollar unrestricted gift from the nfl to the national institutes of health for brain research outside the lines reported this week that sixteen million of that thirty million is still unspent and at the national institutes of health agreement with the nfl will be expiring in august and they have decided to wedded expire and have no plans to spend the rest of the money in large part because the nfl has attempted to monkey with the research they have the this doctor who put out there the study this week and mckee is a colleague of a doctor stern who oversaw this research the net for the national institutes of health the nfl attempted to have dr stern removed from the research in fact they didn't want to give any money to them at all because they felt like dr stern was biased against the nfl and so the nfl tried to according to the report redirect the funding to a group that included researchers affiliated with the league that is for me congressional report is congress has been looking into this as well for the last couple of years in a matter of fact there was a a letter that came out from congressman frank pallone of new jersey there was sent to the nfl this week saying it's disappointing that the nfl's inappropriate actions soured the relationship to the point where it appears that the nih couldn't see a path forward at a time where there is a desperate need for research dollars i strongly encourage the two sides to work to use the remaining funding that the nfl committed to support critical research that could protect current former and future players so this this medical so they had the and if other and take.

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"frank pallone" Discussed on WCTC

WCTC

01:36 min | 4 years ago

"frank pallone" Discussed on WCTC

"That in premiums the insurance premiums on the rise sheeran jersey on if you had a chance to notice that or maybe you've have gone up on that is things are going onda salvage efforts that perhaps do away with the affordable care act lawmakers industry officials say those efforts that are going on are actually driving up health churns rates in jersey there is a push perhaps ghetto vote scheduled in the senate next tuesday on this say healthcare bill of this is even as the congressional budget office said their latest proposal would still leave over twenty two million americans without health insurance the alternative would be a repeal without a replacement now that number goes from twenty two million people with no one churns then it goes the thirty two million people with no one shirts but i'll see how that any better the drive to repeal and replace obamacare is being blamed for the insurance rates here jersey in the jurors themselves seeking higher rate increases than otherwise they would have requested now let's use horizon boop cross blue shield of the jersey's an example they are the largest ensuring their state they requested rate increases two to three times higher than the ones they would have without any actions of what's going on with the gop insurers who are selling policies under the affordable care act we'll they're fearing that the republicans will eliminate the requirement that everyone we have health insurance or pay a penalty president trump will stop payments apparently designed to hold down the of pocket expenses for low income policyholders congressman frank pallone of course representing jersey he says the.

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