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"general lewis joy" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

04:55 min | 1 year ago

"general lewis joy" Discussed on KOMO

"Northwest's on ly 24 hour news station. KOMO News. Good afternoon 1 16. I'm Jeff Postell ability. Elle is at the editor's desk here. Some of the stories we're following House Democrats are launching an investigation of Postmaster General Lewis Joy and have called for his immediate suspension following accusations that he reimbursed employees for Republican campaign donations. If true, that would be a violation of numerous campaign finance laws. Joining us now is Amy Gardner with the Washington Post and first off, how did this alleged scheme supposedly work? Well, according to the former employees that we spoke to you for the story New Breed logistics, which is a company in high point, North Carolina, that Louis to joy used to run, he would put ah certain of pressure on a wide range of senior and middle level managers who worked for him to donate to his candidates. But what we also heard from Ah, smaller number of individuals who used to work at new breed is that he would then signal to people who controlled, you know the financial and payroll side of of the business. To add to those employees bonuses enough to defray the amount that they were giving Onda and this way. We looked at a period of time from the year 2000 up until 2014, which is when Lewis to Joyce sold new breed logistics and expand a variety of state and federal campaigns, including the presidential campaigns. Rudy Giuliani and John McCain. Senate campaigns of Richard Burned Thom Tillis of North Carolina gubernatorial campaign of Pat McCrory, the former Republican governor of North Carolina. So why is this sort of campaign donation and then reimbursement illegal? Well, it's known as a conduit contribution or a straw donor scheme, and basically, it's a way to defy and evade campaign contribution limits that are Enshrined in both federal and state laws on and so, ah, it's It's a violation of the campaign contribution limit laws, and it is also a violation of a law that's on the books in North Carolina and in the federal statutes that prohibits The identity of a donor being obscured or masks or hidden. So those air two of the provisions that make these allegations is true illegal. On the House Oversight Committee, launching an investigation as we set off the top, are we expecting to joy to be summoned to testify once again? I think that they will. The House Democrats on the government Oversight and Reform Committee will want to see Mr to joy again. When he was in front of them. A couple of weeks ago, a lawmaker from Tennessee asked him if he never reimbursed. Ah, ah! Former employees for campaign contributions to President Trump campaign, and he answered quite vehemently that he had not, and he was offended by the question well, We didn't speak to anybody about Trump campaign contributions. Mr De Joy had sold the company by then. And so it's not clear whether he might aid mean he might have been answering truthfully about President Trump. But the House leaders now want to get him back and part of them to ask you a more specific question about some of the contributions that we did document. In our story. In addition, there's actually a meeting tomorrow. A closed meeting of the United States Postal Service Board of governors at which the joy is expected to be in attendance and where We have been told that he will face some tough questions about what's gone on. Alright. That's Amy Gardner with the Washington Post. Thank you so much for joining us. Come on news time. 1 20 time for your propel insurance Money Update A down day on Wall Street's good, Please Jessica the message from the major airlines where that mask while on board. More than 700 airline passengers have been banned from flying on domestic airlines for refusing to wear masks. Delta Airlines has been the strictest, putting 270 passengers on its no fly list for flouting its mask policy. United has banned 150 Spirit 128 Frontier 106 and Hawaiian Airlines six. Major auction houses have in recent years added sales of sports music and fashion paraphernalia in order to cater to an expanding market for pop culture items, especially among the younger generation of collectors. Next week, Sotheby's will launch its first hip hop auction a live event in New York. That will feature some 120 lots. That's your money now at the moments are actually at the clothes. Rather, the Dow was down to 632 points S and P Off 95 Stay home. Stay connected It.

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"general lewis joy" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

04:15 min | 1 year ago

"general lewis joy" Discussed on KCRW

"It's morning edition from NPR News. I'm Steve Inskeep, and I'm No well King. Good morning. Senators are back in Washington, D C after their August recess with a lot to get done. Congress needs an agreement to fund the government to avoid a shutdown at the end of this month, and the next round of Corona virus relief has been stuck. But on their first day back, there is some movement from the Senate and NPR's congressional correspondent Kelsey Snell has been following it. Hey, Kelsey! Hi there. So Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell announced something today. What he notes Well, he says that the Senate will vote this week on a new GOP written aid bill, he says its pretty targeted, he says, it's focused on healthcare, schools and economic issues. But he really didn't give any additional details. He also didn't say how much money the bill will include. And those air not exactly little details. This is this is a process that's been going on for months, and the entire holdup over these past few months has been a disagreement among Republicans about the details and the price tag they unable to reach a consensus among themselves. Since March. They've notably not been able to offer a bill that could pass with the support of the majority of their members. But President Trump has been blaming Democrats for the hold up. They don't want to make a deal. Because they think that if the country does as badly as possible, even though a lot of people are being hurt, that's good for the Democrats. But Democrats say they've already budged a lot, and they simply want more aid. They are now at a figure of about $2 Trillion, which is down from the $3.2 Trillion that they passed out of the house in May. And so we're waiting to hear from Republicans. If this bill that is coming out this week will create a unified stands for Republicans so that they can actually have to clear positions to negotiate from Okay, so that's covert relief. And then there is a potential government shutdown at the end of the month. Right? And we do know that then Speaker Nancy Pelosi and Treasury Secretary Steve Mnuchin have been talking about this specifically know they're the most important players here because Mnuchin has been one of the main representatives from the White House. They have more or less agreed that they don't want a government shutdown. They want a simple extension of current funding levels for a short period of time without any changes. Now, the question is how long that's going to last and whether or not Corona virus relief could be somehow package together with this air next to this, and those air kind of again details that matter because they changed the you know the outcome of the negotiations. Let me ask you about the last thing. So Congress has been investigating the postmaster General Lewis Joy for changes that he made to the Postal Service and then the president said yesterday that do Joyce should be investigated for campaign finance violations, and the president said, lose his job if he's done something wrong. What is up with Louis? Do jewelry in Congress right now? So the comments from the president yesterday were about a Washington Post report that to joy pressured employees to make political donations and then reimburse them with bonuses, which, if that's true, it would be illegal. Now. The Washington Post is also reporting that House Democrats are adding that That the whole question of these political donations to their list of investigations of the joy now Joy's already testified before Congress twice, and he has denied that he was responsible for any slowdowns and mail processing, and he's defended the agency. But Democrats continue to insist that the joys actions are politically motivated. He was a major trump donor, and Democrats are trying to look into his communications and his emails. They've actually subpoenaed some of those records to try to figure out how to Joy's making decisions as the new postmaster general. Congressional correspondent Kelsey Snell. Thanks, Kelsey. Thank you. More than 80% of Sleepover camps for kids did not open this summer because of the pandemic. Some camps that did became Corona virus hot spots. Others used the isolated nature of camping to their advantage. They created covert free bubbles where kids could forget about face masks and social distancing. Now some camps are offering those who can afford it. A refuge from the virus where students can live in a 10 classes remotely. NPR's Jason Beaubien reports for nearly a century, the 180 acre camp Robin Hood has hosted hundreds of kids each summer on the shores of.

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"general lewis joy" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

04:12 min | 1 year ago

"general lewis joy" Discussed on KQED Radio

"I'm Steve Inskeep, and I'm no well King. Good morning. Senators are back in Washington, D C after their August recess with a lot to get done. Congress needs an agreement to fund the government to avoid a shutdown at the end of this month, and the next round of Corona virus relief has been stuck. But on their first day back, there is some movement from the Senate and NPR's congressional correspondent Kelsey Snell has been following it. Hey, Kelsey. Hi there. So Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell announced something today. What he notes well, he says that the Senate will vote this week on a new GOP written a bill, he says its pretty targeted, he says, its focus on health care schools and economic issues, but he really didn't give any additional details. He also didn't say how much money the bill would include. And those are not exactly little details. This is this is a process that's been going on for months and the entire holdup over these past few months. Has been a disagreement among Republicans about the details and the price to Hegg. They have been able to reach a consensus among themselves since March. They've notably not been able to offer a bill that could pass with the support of the majority of their members. But President Trump has been blaming Democrats for the hold up. They don't want to make a deal because they think that if the country does as badly as possible Even though a lot of people are being hurt. That's good for the Democrats. But Democrats say they've already budged a lot, and they simply want more aid. They are now at a figure of about $2 Trillion, which is down from the $3.2 Trillion that they passed out of the house in May. And so we're waiting to hear from Republicans. If this bill that is coming out this week will create a unified stands for Republicans so that they can actually have To clear positions to negotiate from. Okay, So that's covert relief. And then there is a potential government shutdown at the end of the month, right, And we do know that then Speaker Nancy Pelosi and Treasury Secretary Steve Mnuchin have been talking about this specifically know they're the most important players here because Mnuchin has been one of the main representatives from the White House. They have more or less agreed that they don't want a government shut down. They want a simple extension of current funding levels for a short period of time without any changes. Now, the question is how long that's going to last and whether or not Corona virus relief could be somehow package together with this air next to this, and those air kind of again details that matter because they changed the outcome of the negotiations. Let me ask you about the last thing. So Congress has been investigating the postmaster General Lewis Joy for changes that he made to the Postal Service and then the president said yesterday that D joy should be investigated for campaign finance violations, and the president said, lose his job if he's done something wrong. What is up with Louis de jury in Congress right now? So the comments from the president yesterday were about a Washington Post reports that the joy pressured employees to make political donations and then reimburse them with bonuses, which, if that's true, it would be illegal. Now. The Washington Post is also reporting that House Democrats are adding that That the whole question of these political donations to their list of investigations of the joy now Joy's already testified before Congress twice, and he has denied that he was responsible for any slowdowns and mail processing, and he's defended the agency. But Democrats continue to insist that the joys actions are politically motivated. He was a major trump donor, and Democrats are trying to look into his communications and his emails. They've actually subpoenaed some of those records to try to figure out how to Joy's making decisions as the new postmaster general. Congressional correspondent Kelsey Snell. Thanks, Kelsey. Thank you. More than 80% of Sleepover camps for kids did not open this summer because of the pandemic. Some camps that did became Corona virus hot spots. Others used the isolated nature of camping to their advantage. They created covert free bubbles where kids could forget about face masks and social distancing. Now some camps are offering those who could afford it. A refuge from the virus where students can live in a 10 classes remotely. NPR's Jason Beaubien reports for nearly a century, the 180 acre camp Robin Hood has hosted hundreds of kids each summer on the shores of Lake.

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"general lewis joy" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

01:58 min | 1 year ago

"general lewis joy" Discussed on KOMO

"Look at the weather now, and meteorologist Shannon O'Donnell in the Coma Weather Center, another beauty here in late August in western Washington highs around Puget Sound today, right back into the mid to the upper seventies. I will do it all over again tomorrow. Now a little bit of a change this weekend. It's not gonna be a major difference from what we've had. But you will feel the cool down and that's because a stronger onshore flow is going to carry some of that. Cool, moist ocean air in from the Pacific Saturday morning, we'll wake up to a blanket of overcast. That's the Marine layer out of the get on Saturday morning, but lots of afternoon Sunshine High School and back to about 70 on Saturday afternoon in the Comer Weather Center, I'm meteorologist Shannon O'Donnell, 77 in downtown Seattle. You are in the middle of 20 Minutes of nonstop news on coma. Add 406, a federal judge has given the Trump Administration 10 days to turn over documents about changes made At the Postal Service. The order comes as part of a lawsuit Attorney General Bob Ferguson filed to ensure ballots are delivered and processed on time for this fall's election. Postmaster General Lewis Joy has come under fire for making changes that could invalidate thousands of ballots by slowing delivery. The chief judge for the Eastern District of Washington, issued the order expediting the discovery process to joy has denied any wrongdoing. But Democrats have argued that the moves are a way of negating votes. Jeff Pooja will come. Oh news. An increased demand for outdoor dining during the pandemic has led the pike Place market to launch a full buffet of pop up restaurants. Here's Cuomo's Corwin Hey, Papa patios on historic market cobblestones, sidewalk cafes on Western Avenue with Puget Sound views. These are some of the attractions the market is promoting in the late summer outdoor dining initiative. Amy Wall, Smith with the market says. As you approach the iconic market clock start to see little outdoor patios down the cobblestones, the main cobblestones, and then there's a few side have some really huge little taking over the market's front.

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"general lewis joy" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

04:39 min | 1 year ago

"general lewis joy" Discussed on KOMO

"I'm Jeff Pooja Love Bill O'Neill is at the editor's desk here. Some of the stories we're following Vice President Mike Pence, praising President Trump's accomplishments as Republicans kick off their convention in Charlotte, North Carolina. Mr Pence says the military has been rebuilt any touts the cuts TED taxes and regulations. President Trump has been formally nominated for a second term Wildfires raging across California have torched more than a million acres and claimed at least seven lives. President Trump declared a state of disaster for several hard history hard to hit counties, including North California's wine countries. The L. A new lighting complex fire is now the second largest wildfire in California history. And prepared testimony before the House Oversight Committee today. Postmaster General Lewis Joy is warning that voters should request mail in ballots at least 15 days before the November 3rd election to make sure they have enough time to receive their ballot completed and mail it back. Acknowledging an expected surgeon mail in ballots because of the Corona virus pandemic. Joining us now is a B C's Adam Kelsey. And is this a concession from the Trump administration about the need for mail in voting? Well, I'm not so sure This is a cz much about the need for male and voting. As much of it is Postmaster General Lewis to joy, acknowledging that there are some major systemic problems with within the USPS. I think the one thing that Democrats and Republicans agree on is that the Postal Service needs to modernize some of its processes needs to figure out a way to operate without spending so much money, and that's what the joy is claiming. This whole issue is about that. When he took over this role is postmaster general. He's been trying to figure out a way to bring the U. S. PS into the 21st century Democrats. On the other hand, they are suspicious, still voicing their suspicions during this hearing today that joy is carrying out the will of President Trump. Joy was a long time major Republican donor and president. Trump has voiced his opposition to these widespread vote by mail expansion efforts amid this pandemic, so Detroit continues to claim this has nothing to do with the election, he acknowledges. There has been a male slow down. It's obviously affect folks waiting for prescription drugs to the man. L and pension checks as well. But he says these are long overdue reforms cost cutting measures in order to save money. He's putting them on hold right now until the end of November, so it doesn't appear as if there will be any interference in the election. But that being said he said, the mailboxes, mail sorting facilities that have already been closed. He's not going to do anything to replace them. Hence that warning. Everyone needs to request those balances earliest possible. Now we've had some locations and sorting facilities here in the Northwest closed as well as a number of places throughout the country, but has the joy given any assurances about the handling of ballots and making sure they get to election officers on time? Well, he continues to say that it is a safe and secure way to vote, so a little bit of a different message on what we're hearing out of the White House. He said that all of those dollars can be trusted to make it to their final destination. He did say he might be willing to reopen some of these facilities that Congress can provide the Postal Service with extra money, and that's something that they tried to do over the weekend, House Democrats Voting on a bill to provide the Postal Service with $25 billion with something that's likely to get caught up in a Republican controlled Senate, something that President Trump is unlikely design as he said that it was too much money to go to the Postal Service. So, in the meantime, to joy continues to maintain that they're going to make you with the budget constraints that there are currently working within that so long as everybody request those ballots, Nation early. He's sure that these mail carriers can get them to their final destinations have Republicans on the committee been coming to Joyce's defence? Yeah, I think largely. They've been making the argument that joy is right to come in from the private sector. T see some of the inefficiencies that the Postal Service has been dealing with for the past couple of years and to try to do something about it. But the jury kind of painted himself into a corner a few minutes ago, getting questioned by California Congresswoman Katie Porter, who basically asked him who was the first person who set all these reforms in motion. You know the removal of these mailboxes, the closure of these facilities. Even things like limiting mail carriers. Hours to, Joyce said. That wasn't his doing and he couldn't name the person who came before him or or the many executives within the Postal Service. We're pushing for these, so I would expect him to go back now to the Postal Service. Try to get some of these answers for these legislators and try to kind of come up with a more straightforward proposal for why the USPS week exchanges That's a bee sees Adam Kelsi. Thank you so much for joining us. Come on news time. 1 20. 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"general lewis joy" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

04:22 min | 1 year ago

"general lewis joy" Discussed on KOMO

"For your Monday, 24th Day of August, Frank Lindsay's at the editor's desk, then with Greg Personal time and the factor US Postmaster General Lewis Joy is warning today before a House committee that voters should request mail in ballots at least 15 days before the November 3rd election to ensure that they have enough time to receive their ballot completed and mail it back to elections offices on time. Technology and expected surgeon mail in ballots because of the Corona virus pandemic to joy says voters should mail back their balance at least seven days prior to the election. Last week's Democratic National Convention delivered a favorability boost for Democratic nominee Joe Biden, particularly among the core base of the party. And this is, according to a new ABC News Ipsos poll. So can President Trump expect a similar bounce after this week's RNC and ABC News political analyst Steve Roberts is with us this morning? Let's just put the question to your right now, Steve, do you believe that the President Trump can expect a similar bounce out of the Republican National Convention? Yeah, I do. I think that President Trump's eyes determined. To speak every night of the convention. I'm being run man Show down. The Trump is might be an amateur politician and even in the view of his critics and amateur president, but no one doubts that he's a professional TV performer. I believe he has a shrewd instinct for what works. I think by this time next week we'll be back to where we were two weeks ago. In terms of the basic shape of the race some Republicans have described last week's DNC is angry and dark. What do you expect to see this week? I mean, you know Donald Trump. We'll hear a lot about anarchy from Donald Trump will hear a lot about socialism from Donald Trump will hear a lot about marauding immigrants seeking to, uh, invade the country and commit crimes. When they get here. You're going to hear a lot of negatives from Donald Trump that in my view, The biggest challenge for Trump is actually the opposite. He has to convince people that America's getting better right now, his unfavorable wait until I'm 60% about 60% of Americans think he has not handled the Cocotte. 19 epidemic well as schools re open and so many kids air. We're staying home from school. Kellyanne Conway, his own counselor, announced he was leaving the White House right because before school age kids are gonna be home from school, and every American family is facing the same problems, so companies gotta convey to people this week and over the next two months. Things are getting better. He's not gonna cure Corbett in two months. He's not gonna be open schools in two months. He's not going to rebound the economy in two months, But he has to convince people with the country's on the right track. It vote is going to the voting booths in November with a sense of optimism, a sense that The president was turned things around. He has a fighting chance to win this election. But if you can't accomplish that, Ronnie is in big trouble. It's gonna be an unusual convention for a couple of different reasons. First of all, none of the previous Republican presidential candidates are on the agenda to speak. And then we learned that there is not even going to be a party platform. What do you make about all of that? Because this is all about Trump. I mean, he doesn't want to share the spotlight with really anybody. And the Republican Party is a wholly owned subsidiary. Now Trump incorporated on, so you're not gonna see any of the Bush is right. I mean, the the whole Bush family is clearly the anti trump and probably won't vote for him. You won't see Mitt Romney, The last Republican nominees for president who was the only Republican senator votes with Trump's impeachment United. We're going to see a lot of senators go in close races. Senator Collins of Maine, for instance, or Senator tell US North Carolina because they don't want to be associated overly with Donald Trump. They know that it's in their states that if they're tied too closely to trump they could be in trouble. So This is the Trump Show. This is the Apprentice with Trump in the driver's seat and the head of the table and this is another re one. But this has been true for the Republican Party now for years. This is a one man show and that's been true when it's going to continue to be truth through the election. Steve, Thanks for your time is always ABC News political analyst Steve Roberts. Our coverage of the Republican National Convention. Begins each night. This week Monday through Thursday at 7 P.m.. Cuomo News time. 7 51.

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"general lewis joy" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

01:40 min | 1 year ago

"general lewis joy" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"A man convicted of first degree murder will no longer face a death sentence after an appeals court ruled the state of Oklahoma can't prosecute him. This isn't a story about who Patrick Murphy killed. It's about where he did it. Patrick Murphy says the state can't prosecute him because the murder happened on his tribe's reservation. Oklahoma argues that reservation no longer exists. Every tribe has sovereignty. And this is not given to us. It's within us. My name is Rebecca Nagel and I'm a citizen of Cherokee Nation in this podcast. We're going to go way back. To the trail of tears. The story of how my people came to Oklahoma to the story of my family. The treaty they signed and why they were killed for our land. This case has involved mistakes, and the agent that was in charge of it somehow just got the location wrong by about a mile and a half or so there was pressure from oil and gas interests in Oklahoma that encourage them to intervene quickly, but for the people of my tribe and the four other tribes in Oklahoma Christina Mendoza, Sam Shane Kfbk Morning New News 93.1 KFBK Now trending Postmaster General Lewis Joy is scheduled to testify today before the Republican led Senate Homeland Security Governmental Affairs Committee. U S Postal Service chief will publicly answer questions and accusations that the Trump administration is purposefully handicapping the service to hinder mail.

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"general lewis joy" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

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04:01 min | 1 year ago

"general lewis joy" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"And the vast majority of these homeowners missing payments are in forbearance plans and protected from foreclosure. They're supposed to get affordable repayment plans when they get back on their feet. Chris Arnold. NPR News in Israel A new deal to establish ties with the United Arab Emirates is sparking controversy. It's over whether the U. S. Will sell advanced warplanes to the U. S. A. NPR's Daniel Estrin reports from Jerusalem. Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu says he opposes the U. S selling F 35 jets to the UFC. Israeli security officials worry Israel could lose its military superiority in the region. It's unclear of the U. S agreed to such a sale. In Sudan, A government spokesman said Sudan also wants to establish ties with Israel. Then Sudan's Foreign Ministry backtracked. NPR's Daniel Estrin, the National Interagency Fire Center, says there is significant fire activity in multiple states. At least 68 large fires together have burned more than half a million acres across 15 states. There are two large fires burning in California. The L and you lightning complex fire only started yesterday and has burned more than 50 Square miles. There are evacuations. Another complex, made up of more than 20 fires near the San Francisco Bay area has burned a similar amount of land. This is NPR. And this is WN my sea in New York. I'm Sean Carlson. New York's postal workers are rejoicing following the news that Postmaster General Lewis Joy has halted anymore cost cutting changes that affected sorting machines and deliveries until after the election. Ron Suss Lack is a queen's based representative with the American Postal Workers Union. God, I'm glad to Harish say decided he wasn't going to stand in the way of our great democracy at its finest, right. U S Postal Service was facing potential lawsuits from more than a dozen state attorneys general. Some lawmakers saw the changes as a deliberate attempt to undermine the Postal Service ahead of the presidential election in November. When an unprecedented number of mail in ballots are expected. Police say four people were injured during a mass shooting outside of a queen's public housing development. The NYPD says a suspect opened fire at the Ravenswood Houses in a story of yesterday afternoon. The victims range from ages 17 to 21. None of the injuries are considered life threatening. Authorities say the suspect fled the scene and investigation is ongoing. The incident comes amid a spike in gun violence around the city. There's been in 88% increase in shooting victims this year. Compared to the same period last year. A new NYPD task force will investigate hate crimes against people of Asian descent. Department says it's in response to a spike in anti Asian bias crimes during the pandemic. Deputy Inspector Stuart Lou says he's seen numerous reports of Asian New Yorkers being verbally and physically assaulted in recent months. And that many people in the community feel neglected by the authorities. Everyone's saying the same thing. Police don't care. Asian Americans voice it'll matter. This task force is saying otherwise that we are equal, and we do matter. The group consists of about two dozen Asian detectives who speak different languages. Lou says one of its goals is to help victims overcome language barriers when reporting incidents to the police. Childhood home of suffragist and 19th century activist Susan B. Anthony will be preserved and taken care of by the state of New York. The white painted brick home, built by Anthony's father is located up in Baton Bill That's east of Saratoga Springs, where Anthony lives as a teenager. The foreclosed home was bought by the state in 2006, but it's mold issues were never resolved. Nearly $700,000 investment will go towards fixing the roof, masonry and drainage. The renovations are expected to be done by the end of September. The state's announcement comes on the 1/100 anniversary of the ratification of the 19th amendment, which Anthony did not live to see. This year is also her 2/100 birthday. Today in our area Showers are possible this morning, but it should be clouded.

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"general lewis joy" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

05:57 min | 1 year ago

"general lewis joy" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"Now. Poor Postmaster General Lewis Joy and I have to tell you I feel sorry for this guy because all of a sudden he finds himself in the hot seat accused of all sorts of nefarious deeds. He is set to testify the Democrats calling him for Monday and now he will be testifying before the Senate Homeland Security and Governmental Affairs Committee. Friday. So getting out in front of the testimony on Monday which has promised to be hostile, how did we get here? This came out of nowhere all of a sudden. The Postal Service is critical to our election system and picking a president and it's apparently falling apart. And this all happened in about the span of 24 hours. Well, this is the Democrats newest attempt to undermine the president. This is their newest conspiracy theory. It's a baseless conspiracy theory, just like the Russian hoax, just like the Ukrainian folk call. And it's the Democrats effort to try to undermine the president to try to take away from the fact that they're warning Tio vote universal ballots there wanting to vote people that could possibly be illegal that are ineligible to vote. And somehow the postmaster general got caught up in this just because he was simply Trying to make some efficiency measures to the Postal Service, which we all know has been in a spiral. Ah, downward spiral for many years. Now, The big thing that the left is leaning on in all of this congressman is a conversation that President Trump had with Fox business is Maria Bartiromo about $25 billion in emergency funding for the United States Postal Service and he said, quote. Now, if we don't make a deal, that means they don't get the money. That means they can't have universal mail in voting. They just can't Have it near the left, says This is the president interfering with the Postal Service on purpose to slow down the mail in election season and you say I threw that the bottom line is the Postal Service. Received a $10 billion line of credit in the cares act, the first in the major stimulus bill that we passed that $3 trillion bill. They have not tapped into that. In addition, The Postal Service currently has $14 billion cash in hand, so they have $24 billion cash. They do not need a bailout Saturday. When we go backto Washington they do not need a bail out before the election day. They can operate for the next 13 months. But As as a conservative and as an advocate for the taxpayer. I don't want to give the Postal service any money until they demonstrate some reforms and that simply what the postmaster general was trying to do. In 2014 Barack Obama made significant reforms to the postal Service that created a much larger delay in mail delivery. And the left didn't have a problem with that. The media didn't have a problem with that. So you know, this is just something that the Democrats have used another way issue. Another Hail Mary, They're trying to Discredit the president to try to somehow get their inferior candidate across the finish line in November. Isn't this though, about exactly just that? It's not about discrediting the mail service. It's really about creating chaos around the election and muddying the waters said that they can say that the results if Donald Trump does become victorious and does win the election that they can then flagged this and put out a ton of lawsuits. To say that there's a problem with the election system and they're going to challenge it all on every state and thereby drag it out. You're exactly right. This is part of their master plan their contingency plan in case They lose the election in November. You know the issue here, in my opinion, isn't the postal Service The issue here is the problem with the voter rolls in the state. If you look at my home state of Kentucky, we have over 100,000 names on the voter rolls in on a big state. We have a 100,000 names on the boat Rose. That are ineligible to vote. For whatever reason. They're people that have passed away that are still on the voter rolls are people that have moved years ago, There were people that haven't voted in a decade. Yeah, they're still on the voter rolls That's happened in every state and what the Democrats are wanting to do and what we've seen them do and in states like California in the past, with Valen Horace T. They want they want to mail out ballots. Universal about everyone listed on them on the voter rolls that could create a potential for major fraud. Sure, Congressman Holtz offers but the post office can handle the uptick in male. That's not an issue. Right Congressman before we let you go. Is it a coincidence that the postal hearing is scheduled for Monday, which is also the first day of the Republican convention. No coincidence there. This is another act of partisan politics. Another disrespect for Ah, for the Republicans. You know, there were not in Congress this week because the Democratic convention but we're gonna have to go up on Saturday vote. Then Monday, they want tohave profile committee to deter detract from the Republican convention politics as usual. This this shows that Well, Congressman, Thank you so much for joining us. And by the way, congratulations to the Republicans Finally being proactive and having this hearing on Friday to preempt the Democrats hearing on Monday, you're starting to play like democrats, and I love it. Thank you for that appreciate, And we thank you for your time this morning. Thank you so much. It's 7, 43 and W. Washington comes.

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02:14 min | 1 year ago

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"John Schaefer. The Las Vegas Metro Police Department is investigating it. Officer involved shooting on Cygnus Street That's a residential area near Sahara and similar on a woman had called 911 Sunday afternoon report that her husband was having a medical episode making politically motivated statements and firing gunshots inside their home. Woman fled from the residents after making the call Officers arrived contain the residents and attempt to make contact with the suspect suspect reportedly exited the house while holding a gun arriving officers fired on the suspect multiple times striking him that suspect pronounced dead at the scene. About a health officials report 697 more confirmed Corona virus cases with three additional deaths Numbers released Sunday increased the state's totals to 61,305 cases in 1072 known deaths. Two of the latest deaths and 628 of the latest cases occurred here in Clark County. Residents of this suburb near Austin, Texas, or being told to stay indoors as police around a home where three officers have been shot. Hours earlier mother called and said that her son had kicked in the door. Was acting very aggressive. Our officers responded. Once they went into the house, they were met with gunfire are officers. Cedar Park, Interim Chief of Police, Mike Harmon says a man remains barricaded inside the home with three family members. All three officers are in stable condition. Their injuries aren't considered life threatening. House Speaker Nancy Pelosi says she is calling the house back into session over the crisis at the Postal Service. This sets up a political showdown amid growing concerns that President Trump is trying to undermine the post office. Ahead of the election. Pelosi is cutting short lawmakers summer recess with a vote expected the Saturday after the Democratic National Convention on legislation that would prohibit changes at the Postal Service as tensions mount and pressure the Republican held Senate to respond. Trump's new post best general Lewis Joy has sparked nationwide outcry over delays, New prices and cutbacks. Justus millions of Americans will be trying to vote by mail to avoid polling places during the Kuroda virus outbreak. I'm Julie Walker. The Chicago Blackhawks gave the Vegas Gold Knights their first loss in the playoffs, beating Vegas 321 Sunday in the NHL bubble and Edmonton. But the night's still have a three game to one lead in the best of seven series, not team That's gonna go away, given their history with.

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KDWN 720AM

02:25 min | 1 year ago

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"Substation. It's news time on the new 10157 20 A M K D w Good morning. John Schaefer. The Las Vegas Metro Police Department is investigating an officer involved shooting on Cygnus Street. That's a residential area near Sahara and similar on a woman had called 911 Sunday afternoon report that her husband was having a medical episode making politically motivated statements and firing gunshots inside their home. Woman fled from the residents after making the call Officers arrived contain the residents and attempt to make contact with the suspect suspect reportedly exited the house while holding a gun arriving officers fired on the suspect multiple times striking him that suspect pronounced dead at the scene. About a health officials report 697 more confirmed Corona virus cases with three additional deaths Numbers released Sunday increased the state's totals 61,305 cases in 1072 known deaths. Two of the latest deaths and 628 of the latest cases occurred here in Clark County. Residents of this suburb near Austin, Texas, or being told to stay indoors as police around the home where three officers have been shot. Hours earlier mother called and said that her son had kicked in the door was acting very aggressive. Our officers responded. Once they went into the house, they were met with gunfire. Cedar Park, Interim Chief of Police Mike Harmon says a man remains barricaded inside the home with three family members. All three officers are in stable condition. Their injuries aren't considered life threatening. Speaker Nancy Pelosi says she is calling the house back into session over the crisis at the Postal Service. This sets up a political showdown amid growing concerns that President Trump is trying to undermine the post office. Ahead of the election. Pelosi is cutting short lawmakers summer recess with a vote expected the Saturday after the Democratic National Convention on legislation that would prohibit changes at the Postal Service as tensions mount and pressure the Republican held Senate to respond. Trump's new post best general Lewis Joy has sparked nationwide outcry over delays, New prices and cutbacks. Justus millions of Americans will be trying to vote by mail to avoid polling places during the Kuroda virus outbreak. I'm Julie Walker. The Chicago Blackhawks gave the Vegas Gold Knights their first loss in the playoffs, beating Vegas 321 Sunday in the NHL bubble and Edmund, But the night's still have a three game to one lead in the best of seven series, not team That's gonna go away, given their history with guys that have been here. So, um,.

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KDWN 720AM

02:13 min | 1 year ago

"general lewis joy" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"The Las Vegas Metro Police Department is investigating an officer involved shooting on Cygnus Street. That's a residential area near Sahara and similar on a woman had called 911 Sunday afternoon to report that her husband was having a medical episode making politically motivated statements and firing gunshots inside their home. Woman fled from the residents after making the call Officers arrived contain the residents and attempt to make contact with the suspect suspect reportedly exited the house while holding a gun arriving officers fired on the suspect multiple times striking him that suspect pronounced dead at the scene. About a health officials report 697 more confirmed Corona virus cases with three additional deaths numbers released Sunday increased the state's totals to 61,305 cases and 1072 known deaths. Two of the latest deaths and 628 of the latest cases occurred here in Clark County residents of a suburb of Austin, Texas, or being told to stay indoors as police around the home where three officers have been shot hours earlier. Mother called and said that her son had kicked in the door. He was acting very aggressive. Our officers responded. Once they went into the house, they were met with gunfire. Officers fired Cedar Park, Interim Chief of Police Mike Harmon says a man remains barricaded inside the home with three family members. All three officers are in stable condition. Their injuries aren't considered life threatening. House Speaker Nancy Pelosi says she is calling the house back to the session over the crisis at the Postal Service. This sets up a political showdown amid growing concerns that President Trump is trying to undermine the post office. Ahead of the election. Pelosi is cutting short lawmakers summer recess with a vote expected the Saturday after the Democratic National Convention on legislation that would prohibit changes at the Postal Service as tensions mount and pressure the Republican held Senate to respond. Trump's new post best general Lewis Joy has sparked nationwide outcry over delays of new prices and cutbacks, just as millions of Americans will be trying to vote by mail to avoid polling places during the Kuroda virus outbreak. I'm Julie Walker. The Chicago Blackhawks gave the Vegas Gold Knights their first loss in the playoffs, beating Vegas 321 Sunday in the NHL bubble and Edmonton. But the night's still have a three game to one lead in the best of seven series team That's gonna go away,.

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"general lewis joy" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

02:13 min | 1 year ago

"general lewis joy" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"John Schaefer. The Las Vegas Metro Police Department is investigating an officer involved shooting on Cygnus Street. That's a residential area near Sahara and similar on a woman had called 911 Sunday afternoon report that her husband was having a medical episode making politically motivated statements and firing gunshots inside their home. Woman fled from the residents after making the call Officers arrived contain the residents and attempt to make contact with the suspect suspect reportedly exited the house while holding a gun arriving officers fired on the suspect multiple times striking him that suspect pronounced dead at the scene. About a health officials report 697 more confirmed Corona virus cases with three additional deaths numbers released Sunday increased the state's totals to 61,305 cases in 1072 known deaths. Two of the latest deaths and 628 of the latest cases occurred here in Clark County residents of a suburb of Austin, Texas, or being told to stay indoors as police around a home where three officers have been shot. Hours earlier Mother called and said that her son had kicked in the door. He's acting very aggressive. Our officers responded. Once they went into the house, they were met with gunfire are officers. Cedar Park, Interim Chief of Police, Mike Harmon says a man remains barricaded inside the home with three family members. All three officers are in stable condition. Their injuries aren't considered life threatening. Speaker Nancy Pelosi says she is calling the house back into session over the crisis at the Postal Service. This sets up a political showdown amid growing concerns that President Trump is trying to undermine the post office. Ahead of the election. Pelosi is cutting short lawmakers summer recess with a vote expected the Saturday after the Democratic National Convention on legislation that would prohibit changes at the Postal Service as tensions mount and pressure the Republican held Senate to respond. Trump's new post best general Lewis Joy has sparked nationwide outcry over delays, new prices and cutbacks just as millions of Americans will be trying to vote by mail to avoid polling places during the Kuroda virus outbreak. I'm Julie Walker. The Chicago Blackhawks gave the Vegas Gold Knights their first loss in the playoffs, beating Vegas 321 Sunday in the NHL bubble and Edmonton. But the night's still have a three game to one lead in the best of seven series, not team That's.

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04:08 min | 1 year ago

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"From ABC News. I'm Dave Packard. The president's appointed postmaster general Lewis Joy called to testify on Capitol Hill on changes being made at the post office ahead of a presidential election with expected record mail in voting. Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer, calling out the president for trying to cripple mail in voting. The problem is President Trump But it's also that political attack appointee Mr de Joy with millions of mail in ballots at risk of not being counted. Protesters lining up outside the postmaster general's home, accusing Lewis to Gioia Trump ally and GOP donor of dismantling the Postal Service after putting in place cost cutting measures that critics say will flow mail delivery. The president tweeting, the Democrats know the 2020 election will be a fraudulent mess. Threatening to block funding for the post office unless Democrats meet his demands on Corona virus relief. ABC is Rachel Scott, the last challenger to presumptive Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden is applauding his choice and VP Bernie Sanders on ABC is this week discussing Joe Biden's VP pick Kamala Harris. I think she's an asset for the Biden campaign. Sanders says. Harris is a skilled debater who will present a challenge to Vice President Mike Pence. I would not like to be Vice president. Pence in a debate with Sanders was asked about his supporters and if they're going to back Biden, Sanders says he believes they will, As he says, there is a quote, overwhelming understanding that Donald Trump must be defeated overseas to Belarus, another day of mass demonstrations after 26 years in power, the people want the man known as Europe's lost dictator out. People rejecting President Lukashenko's claim of a landslide victory in last week's election. Dozens of people reporting mass beatings being deprived of food and water for days. Around 7000 people were detained. That's ABC is Julie McFarling, your listening to ABC News. Stay connected. Stay informed Cuomo's Sunday 11 02 here in Seattle. I'm r. Christopher. Let's get you caught up here with some of the stories. We're working on The coma, 24 7 News Center State Patrol investigating a single car fatality. This occurred late yesterday on I 90. The car was eastbound. Your Lake Eastern Lost control apparently enrolled multiple times. The driver, a 21 year old male from Sheldon was flown to harbor view here in Seattle, where he later died. There was a passenger in the car, a 28 year old male also from shelter, and he was taken to Overlake Hospital in Bellevue. Nowhere. On his condition. His day Patrol says Neither men were wearing seatbelts at the time. A Bellevue man who hospitalized earlier in the week after a jet ski accident on Lake Shaolin, has died. Doctors believe Jeff Koffler may have suffered and rid me up after he was ejected from the jet ski on Thursday, and arrhythmia is a problem with the heart's rate or rhythm. He died about five o'clock Friday afternoon at Central Washington Hospital in Wenatchee. Jeff Koffler was a father of two and worked at Microsoft is a senior software engineer. Public officials in Oregon and here in Washington have a warning for people visiting trail heads and recreation areas across the region this weekend park illegally and you might get towed. Oregonian reporting the U. S. Forest Service tweeting a photo showing a car being told from a trailhead parking area in the Mount Hood National Force, saying law enforcement agencies with ticket until vehicles that pose a danger to public safety for service in state Park officials saying that while illegal parking is nothing new, it's been a bigger problem This summer is huge crowds flock to natural areas across the region. And the Corona virus pandemic. Other stories we have, like, when actually is a destination. The King County Sheriff's Guardian one helicopter, in fact, in route there late last night to help search for a man who may have taken a child after a domestic violence situation, photos have been released A 41 year old Travers hotel skull investigators believe he has a 20 month old boy with him currently hiding in the woods in that area of common news. Watching for some updates here today. Every sports Mariners still trying to figure things out against the Astros. Saturday's final to tow one Houston with the wind. Both teams play again today, Seahawks 28 days from their first game of the season, It will be a road.

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KQED Radio

05:40 min | 1 year ago

"general lewis joy" Discussed on KQED Radio

"It'll help get our kids factors will. So it's not about who it's not about how often but it's really about who needs to be tested. And when you add up the numbers, it does get into many 1,000,000 today. Dr Rashi Shaw is the director of the Harvard Global Health Institute. Thank you very much. Thank you. Understandably, the pandemic is completely dominating the presidential race. But that's not the only issue that has voters motivated the controversy over the post office and mail in voting, the financial crisis and what Congress is doing about it. There is a lot going on. We're joined now by NPR national political correspondent Mara Liasson to break it down. Hi, Mara. Tyler Lou. So we know what President Trump is doing about the pandemic because he is the leader of this country. But what does Joe Biden's campaign saying about this crisis? After all, he wants to lead it. Yes, he wants deleted in the very first event that the Harris the Biden Harris ticket did after the announcement that she was on the ticket was a briefing by public health officials. The core of Biden's argument is that Trump has failed to show leadership on the pandemic. He's failed to use the enormous resource is of the federal government to protect people's lives and their livelihood. Sze Biden is calling for all governors to issue mask mandates. He's saying that's what would be one thing we could do to protect our fellow Americans and that it's the patriotic thing to do course. That's something that's opposed by the president. All right. Let's move on to another big story this past week President Trump's threat to block funding for mail in ballots as well as for the US Postal Service to deliver them. He's very openly against mail in ballots. And here is what he told Fox News. Let's listen, but if they don't get those two items that means you can't have universal. Mail in voting because they're not equipped to have it. So there's been a lot of backlash to this on Dunder the direction of his new postmaster General Lewis Joy, one of the president's donors. The Postal Service has been removing mailboxes and high speed sorting machines around the country. Right, you know, pressuring Ukraine to announce an investigation into Joe Biden might be hard for a lot of people to follow. But everyone understands what slower postal service means not just for mail in ballots, but for a central mail like veterans checks and prescriptions. You know, A recent Pew poll showed 91% of Americans have a favorable view of the post office. Wow. The Post Office you could say is not just one of the most important institutions in American life if they beloved institution. And so this is one of the biggest stories around the country today. Thebe resident hasn't ruled out a compromise. But he has said that if they don't get extra money, which he's against, they can't carry out increased vote by mail. And there were protests outside the postmaster general's house here in Washington, D C yesterday and the president expressed his support for him last night to S O. That's the one side. What if the Democrats saying There's a lot of pressure on Democrats to come back to Washington stopped their recess hold hearings on the changes that the post office has made cost cutting measures that have the result in slower mail delivery for ballots and also for essential services. And Democrats want to have people come out in public either testified to say they haven't gotten their medicine their checks their balance their ballots to show how the president is undermining this basic institution of a democratic society. The president on the other hand, even though he says he wouldn't rule out a compromise, has said he believes that voting by mail not only increases fraud, there's no evidence of that, but also increases the number of Democratic votes and hurts Republicans. There's no evidence of that, either because there are States like Utah that have universal vote by mail and the president himself Votes by mail. Okay. The president has also been attacking Joe Biden's running mate, Senator Kamala Harris. What do you think she'll bring to this ticket? I think thatjust like vice president. Pence represented the bedrock part of the Republican base Evangelicals, Kamala Harris has the potential to excite the bedrock constituency of the Democratic Party. Black women voters. As well as voters in Asian American and Caribbean American communities. But I think even more important than that she's going to carry out the task of all vice presidents, which is to prosecute the case against this vice presidential candidates, which is to prosecute the case against the sitting president. She can carry out the kind of attacks that Biden won't do or doesn't want to do here is just a example of something, she said when she was announced. As the running mate. Trump is also the reason millions of Americans are now unemployed. He inherited the longest economic expansion in history. From Barack Obama and Joe Biden and then like everything else he inherited. He ran it straight into the ground. No. Harris is a prosecutor by training, and she has shown that she is more than willing to prosecute the case against Trump. One last thing before we wrap up we've heard that the president's younger brother Robert Trump, passed away last night. Do we know anything about his cause of death? The hospital. New York Presbyterian did not say the cause of death. But we know he had a fall recently and he had had brain bleeds on DH. That's pretty much all we know right now. And that's NPR. National political correspondent.

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600 WREC

02:46 min | 1 year ago

"general lewis joy" Discussed on 600 WREC

"Morning. Long your next report at 7 40 on NewsRadio, 1055 W. E. R C Well, we've got some sunshine this morning. We'll have Ah little mix of clouds and sun today, about 92 behind, But the good news greater chance of those showers for 60% chance We'll see something this afternoon. Cross your fingers. Right now We've got partly cloudy and 73 Alabama's morning news. Alabama Department of Public Health. Talking about some problems with Kobe testing. Leah Brandon has more on that in just a couple of minutes. But first Fox News covers the world Fox News. I'm Karen McCue. Despite the continuing numbers of Corona virus cases across the state, Florida schools are beginning to reopen. Florida Teachers are suing the state to stop it. Everything they're saying in the lawsuit, which is so frivolous is completely opposite of what we did. What we did. Wass is give maximum flexibility and maximum Joyce to the district so that they could protect their teachers protect their students protect the whole education community. Florida Education Commissioner Richard Corker and on Fox Postmaster General Lewis Joy drawing fire from congressional Democrats who claim his service cutters slowing deliveries. The new head of the Post office, a political appointee, wants the slash and burn, and Furthermore they are opposing. Congresses desire to put $25 billion into the post office. Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer, America is listening to Fox News. Theo, Alabama Department of Public Health, admitting yesterday that there are labs involved in covert 19 testing that the agency was unaware of. They also claimed these labs didn't know that they were supposed to report case numbers to the state. Now 80 pH says some areas might see short term spikes in the number of new cases because newly installed reporting equipment has just been brought online. It has the capability of reporting new numbers within four hours, the Gulf South Conference has announced. The post. Moment of fall sports competitions until the spring of 2021. The decision also applies to the fall football schedule. Cross country and golf, though, will still be allowed during the fall semester. The schools include Montevallo, West Alabama, the University of Alabama in Huntsville and Auburn University at Montgomery. I'm Leah Brandon. And this is Alabama's morning news Now back to your host. Here's J T. All right. Thank you so much. Liam is 7 33 lots going on this morning, and every interview we do will be available in our podcasts. After the show. W f m dot com And we're Facebook Live ing every morning from seven.

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KFI AM 640

01:33 min | 1 year ago

"general lewis joy" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"Decision to close San Fernando to traffic and open it to restaurants is a lifeline after indoor dining was again banned under covert 19 guidelines were just starting to get back. Up and then got our needs taking out from underneath us. And this whole, I think, hopefully incentivize people come back out, You know, kind of al fresco dining, so It's It's only good news at this point. It started earlier this evening Burbank Close San Fernando Boulevard between Angelino and Ah Orange Grove to traffic. The closure may continue through Labor Day with City Council approval for the latest on businesses open and closed across Southern California. You can check out our website at K. If I am 6 40 dot com Heward Open President Trump has blamed the country's economic challenges on strict federal regulations from spoke outside the White House, praising his administration for its record number of deregulation actions where everyone knew Regulation added. Nearly eight federal regulations have been terminated. Trump says deregulation will stimulate the economy, improve health care and increased job growth. Budget cuts have threatened the timeliness of the U. S Postal Service maybe sees Ryan Burrows says the new US postmaster General Lewis Joy, has vowed to cut costs among the cuts, eliminating overtime pay for hundreds of thousands of postal workers. Postal Service document shared with the Associated Press is late trips by carriers will no longer be allowed, it says. If distribution centers are running late, the male will wait. Postal Service officials say they will run out of money by the end of September. If Congress doesn't help Southland weather from Ko Phi, some clouds and fog through the morning lows of around 60 degrees, clear skies by mid date and degree of two hotter just above 70 at the.

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