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"general mark burnett" Discussed on KNST AM 790
"Stimulation. Welcome back. I'm another disgusted American. That Martin in for Garrett Lewis. Let's go back to your phone calls, Eric. Welcome to kn S. T. Yeah, thank you. So I don't is anybody surprised by the decisions Biden's making if If Obama had followed by his advice, Osama bin Laden would be walking around alive today. And we traded Then back Then we traded a a traitor and a coward. Bowe Bergdahl for five Taliban commanders good trade. Real good negotiation is like trading a Yugo for five Rolls Royces. This guy? What? To the fools who voted for Biden. What did you expect? I mean, the guy is first of all, any commander in chief who doesn't remember what his generals told him. 25th amendment. Okay, that the commander in chief is not in command. And he is Displayed remarkable. Sense of unawareness of his surroundings, and the facts that are clear clearly were before him. He is not in command. This this no impeachment go to the 25th amendment. He's incompetent, and he's proven it. This this this is this is a national crisis and it transcends politics. And I do not agree. This man has to go this man. Has has advocated his ability to lead this country by his, uh, inept performance and I have a theory on it. But I'm gonna hold it until the other side of the news. Eric excellent point. And I think you've got a lot of people shaking their heads in total agreement with you Anyway, This is Ed Martin in for Garrett Lewis on Kunst am 7 90. Attorney general Mark Burnett.
"general mark burnett" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM
"Metrics continue to drop you can find the latest details on the pandemic in Arizona and Katia are dot com slash coronavirus that we don't want folks being released that have criminal records or criminal charges are felonies, or they have covert 19 into our communities. Arizona attorney General Mark Burnett, Bitch told the MIC Broom head show earlier today. His lawsuit against the Biden administration alleges the 100 Day stop to deportations. Not only goes against an agreement with Arizona, but federal law, you can hear the full interview online as well. Oh, because I'm hardness and this year's Super Bowl headliner. The weekend is coming to the Valley Twice. Next year, The Canadian artist will make a stop at Hell. A river arena march 22nd and then come back for a second time to the Phoenix Suns Arena. April 24th his 2022 after hours tour kicks off next January and tickets go on sale Monday. For his April 24th date. Details online at Katie Jr dot com. Now for a quick check on traffic, here's Josh K. Live in the Valley Chevy Dealers. Traffic Center. Yeah, tell her we'll look out for an accident eastbound on the 10 of the deck Park tunnel. This is off on the shoulder. Traffic is still getting by relatively easily here in North Bend on the 17 year, tapping the brakes from 16th Street and Seventh Avenue. South bound lanes are slow from 19th Avenue until seventh Street, and we've got a surface street crash in Scottsdale on cactus that, Aiden this report is sponsored by Allstate. If you're driving less, you could be saving more on car insurance. Save money with paper mile insurance from all state called local Allstate agent and get a quote. I'm Josh K. K t a R news. Thanks, Josh. Katy are whether for the Valley and 72 degrees right now, in Tempe today, your high is looking like it'll be around 72 degrees. Sunny.
Judge bars Biden from enforcing 100-day deportation ban
"General Mark Burnett, which is suing the Department of Homeland Security over a new policy, halting most deportations for 100 days. It claims the move violates an agreement Arizona signed with the Trump administration in January, requiring the feds to provide 180 days written notice of changes in immigration policy. Federal judge has already paused the Biden administration policy. While a similar lawsuit filed in Texas plays out. The Tucson Unified School District confirms that lost four employees to cope in 19 last week in five days because of medical privacy laws. Exact details have not been released. A memorial will be held at next week's governing board meeting. I'm
"general mark burnett" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM
"By Howard Air Arizona's morning news. Newsflash. I'm Jamie West. Here's what you need to know. Right now. Katya are eyes that immigration. The Department of Homeland Security is now canceled its agreement with Arizona that promised to give us 180 days notice before any changes to removal policies. Comes after our attorney general sued over President Biden's executive action, halting deportations. We'll talk more about it next. It's the greatest show on grass and a tees off in Scottsdale this morning. The waste Management Phoenix Open normally attracts 500,000 or so fans, but It's limited to 5000 Day this year because of CO big concerns. Vaccine hope mixed with urgency. Dr. Anthony Fauci, talking about the current state of the pandemic for the Journal of the American Medical Association, says new cases and hospitalizations air down The potential of more contagious variants. Taking hold is a big concern. You are never more than 15 minutes away from today's top stories on Arizona's news station, Katya our news Has mentioned Arizona's top prosecutor is going after the feds. It all started yesterday afternoon when Attorney General Mark Burnett Bitch unveiled a lawsuit against the Biden administration over its 100 Day haul to deportations. Burn a bitch tells Katie are already we're seeing illegal immigrants with removal orders released in our community believe that halting deportations that right that leads to increases in facilities which leads to release people with felonies or people have been Sergeant crimes. It's something that seriously affects us. And that effect includes public health have expressed very strongly. They're concerned that people have been released, possibly without being covert tested. Possibly that have Cove it without any sort of coordination with local officials. Sheriff's We'll talk to Yuma County Sheriff Larry will not at 7 12 this morning, and Attorney General Mark Burnett Bitch will talk more about the lawsuit with Mike Broom head at 10 30 now The federal lawsuit alleges Arizona has signed it as a signed agreement with the feds to give notice. Before changing policy. You're Jamie mentioned that they're supposed to be a 180 day notice and the executive order violated it. We have an agreement Homeland Security that talks about them coordinating in communicating with us before they make any major changes in immigration law that may affect us it was an agreement burn of it signed with DHS toward the end of the Trump presidency to try and restrict President Biden's ability to overhaul The Trump administration's immigration policy. We reached out we've tried to communicate. We've tried to start a dialogue. We haven't mou with them, and the response has been toe not only pound sand, a pound double sand, so it's really unfortunate that you know, Homeland Security is taking a position basically, that they don't want to cooperate with the sheriff's local law enforcement or the attorney general's office and burn of it explains one of the problems with pausing. Deportations orders federal law that says they shall remove these people from the United States so Real issue is. Can you allow the President United States in the department Homeland Security to basically unilaterally rewrite immigration law without Congress or without anyone having any input into the process? Well, if it was that easy it would have been there years ago. But this is something that Congress has struggled with for many, many, many years year after year. S O. I'm I'm thinking it can't be solved with a signature on a piece of paper. It doesn't appear that way. Now. This also leads to the question. What are the chances This lawsuit will succeed entering. One judge has already pushed the pause button on the paws of deportations. Arizona's lawsuit stands a good chance of going forward. That's our Katie, our legal analyst, Monica Lindstrom. Now as we mentioned attorney General Mark Burnett, Bitch will join the mic broom head show this morning at 10 30 to discuss this in greater detail. You can he Would live on 92 3 FMR app online or tell your smart speaker to placate ER and again?.
"general mark burnett" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM
"Brunette showed today at 10 30. Here. State health director Dr Carrick. Chris give us the latest UPDATES on vaccinations in Arizona. Ah, University of Arizona climate expert says the recent fantastic storms will put a dent in Arizona's deep drought. But will it take several more powerful storms to make a huge impact? Katya CARS Jim Crosses live in Phoenix. Jeff Heavy rain across the desert earlier this week at better yet, feet of snow up in the high country, you have AIDS. My Crimmins climate scientist says before the storms that 95% of the state. Was in the deepest levels and drought. So we need more of these events. This recent precipitation is definitely gonna help take the edge off for short term drought conditions, but it's definitely not going to race the longer term deficits that we've stepped up over the past nine months on even a little bit longer, longer, timescales. Now the Valley could see a little bit of rain Friday and Saturday and snow of north but only a maybe. 3 to 6 inches in the Flagstaff area Live in Phoenix. Jim Cross Katie Arnie's Katya, our eyes on immigration Danger. It's a problem. Arizona Attorney General Mark Burnett Bitch says the fence had violated an agreement with Arizona by halting deportations of federal judge this week. Granted a restraining order for 14 days on the deportation ban will have an effect on what goes on here in Arizona. It may also impact whether Arizona decides to sue the federal government or not for the agreement dated January, 9th. DHS should consult Arizona before making big changes on immigration policy. Get an update on traffic, and we have some late morning trouble on the one on one in the North Valley. So had let's head live to the Valley Chevy dealers Traffic center and check in with detoured and beach. Thank you, Jeff. Yes, indeed. That.
"general mark burnett" Discussed on KNST AM 790
"This back before the election. Conspiracy that is ash. Including believers in the Democratic Party. The president continues to legally contest results in battleground states, alleging his loss is the result of fraud. Several judges have dismissed those claims. Going all. Scott Fox News. Meantime, the head of the Wisconsin Election Commission, just announcing Joe Biden is the winner. After wrapping up a recount in two counties, America is listening to Fox fees. Arizona's November 30 election is official. I'm Greg Paul Kunst News. Arizona's election results are official as Secretary of state. Katie Hobbs certified the results earlier this morning Governor Doug Ducey, Attorney general Mark Burnett, Bitch and Arizona Supreme Court Chief Justice Robert Brunelli signed the canvas as witnesses. This signed and sealed document now constitutes the official canvass. Results of the November 3rd 2020 general election. The campus officially awards Arizona's Aleve. Electoral votes to Joe Biden. State law allows President Trump and his legal team to challenge the results within five days. Members of President Trump's legal team are holding a public hearing with select members of Arizona's legislature in Phoenix to gather and examine any evidence of election irregularities and fraud in the state are large number of President Trump's supporters have gathered outside the downtown Phoenix hotel where the hearing is being held. I'm Greg Paul. Candice T A M 7 92 sons. Most stimulating talk.
"general mark burnett" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM
"Positive cases reported overnight, bringing the total number of positive cases. 2 299,665 7 deaths reported overnight, bringing the total number of deaths to 6464. Arizona and more than 30 States will share $113 million from a settlement with Apple. Their class action lawsuit accused the company of throttling its iPhones deliberately slowing them to speed up sales of new ones. So when you get a group of state ages together, both Democrats and Republicans get sends a really strong message, and it helps increase our capacity in our ability to take on these big tech companies. Arizona attorney General Mark Burnett. Bitch says Apple must now pay and post most the most information online about performance and battery health. The $5 million coming to our state will pay for enforcement of consumer protection laws. Let's go technology or traffic and weather in the Valley Chevy dealers Traffic Center. It's Josh Kay. Well, construction South bound on the 17 is shutting down both the cactus on ramp as well as the Peoria off ramp. You'll have to detour with Dunlap Avenue to enter and exit the freeway. Instead, Bell Road is dealing with some road construction at 32nd Street, also on Belle Cruiser on the scene of a crash coming in at the 51. This report is sponsored by Allstate. If you're driving less, you could be saving more on car insurance, save money with paper mile insurance from all state. Local Allstate agent and get a quote I'm Josh K. K t a R news He teii our weather for the valleys Stay Partly sunny and warm. 85 Tonight Partly cloudy seen one degrees Whether is brought to you by Howard Air. Whether replace.
"general mark burnett" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM
"All right, You know the fraud the election, the The lack of evidence the lawsuits. When is all this stuff going to end? You know, there was a poll 80% of Republicans say the election is over. And Joe Biden won. Do you think that's a small number? Pretty big number? Okay, so only 20% are holding out now. It doesn't mean that people don't think That there was nefariously this but they're at the point Now where they look, It's over. Joe Biden won were moving on and the evidence I mean, there was so many people talking about Nevada. And how crooked it was. Let me tell you something that place Well, it's you know, it's lost wages there right there, right one. Ballot. Mother was too okay. Sorry to ballet. But then they figured out that one was a lady who signed the wrong one right because her mother just died. And so there was a confusion, but they have now sort of Now it's one ballot, but that's a very important It's not that important. It's worth 36,100 votes. Eso get this. What happened in Arizona? Is there a button for guests? You? Ah, guess who says No, We're all good out here. Arizona attorney General Mark Burnett. Now hold on a second. Isn't this the same man who's also great with nunchucks? Yes, He's a nun chucks. It is. He's also a Republican to see think that there was fraud in Arizona on election night. If you looked at the numbers and a lot of people that Are really good at politics and pulling here had said that it was possible for the president come back as the numbers started returning. The president started making some gains. But the reality is right now there's you know, less than 50,000 votes to count and the president have to get about 65% of them to win Arizona. So it does appear that Joe Biden will win Arizona that being said we are officer received more than 1000 complaints. Shortly after the election, dealing with bleed throughs and people using sharpies. We looked into that were able to determine that did not affect anyone's vote. They also did a random audit of 2% of the precincts and it came back 100% that there wasn't any statistical anomalies errors. Sounds to the lawsuit that was filed. We are literally talking about less than 200 votes that are in question doubt. So the reality is even if it was possible that those votes flip those 200 votes. I do not think it will make a difference in Arizona. Just because of the numbers. I mean, a lot was said they're from Ah, Republican. That there wasn't voter fraud in Arizona. There are 180 ballots that they're looking at. That's a very low number. You figure it out. This happens in every election. They're going to be valid here. A ballot there. And Yeah, I mean, I think I think if you've got less than 50,000 ballots to count statewide, Trump's not going to win it now he could he could. Anything is possible, but it doesn't look likely. But the most important thing is there wasn't anything in there. There. There. There. There. There. They thought it's got to be something. How could this be? And one of the things that's going on, and somebody sent something earlier that says that you and I need to open her eyes and they sent me something that showed how many people voted in places like like Georgia or even here, where they voted for Biden. Bite, and it looks overwhelming. And then you find out Well, hold on a second. Yeah, they voted for Biden. But on the bottom of the ticket all the way down. They voted Republican and that's what people look. This was a This was about Trump. Nothing I love out of the presidential election results were all fraud, but all the Republican senators and house representatives were accepted. How did Republicans do? Take trump out of the equation? How'd they do really Well, really? Well, houses across the country, legislative branches flip. They flipped governors they held. It looks like they're gonna hold on to the Senate. And they added more seats to the house. So at the end of the day, this was a referendum on in many ways, a person's attitude and who he is more than anything else. All right, coming up next Becky Lin. She's got the five o'clock tea our news expansion. It's all straight ahead. Do you know a teacher who's deserving of $2500 Just text teacher 2411 92 3 nominated worthy teacher.
"general mark burnett" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM
"Back to our news on Barry marks, and it's the count as we continue to bring you up to date on election coverage here in Arizona and around the country joining us right now it's Maricopa County Recorder Adrienne Fontaine. Mr Fontas. I appreciate taking some time with us today. We have many questions for you that our listeners are interested in Thanks for having to be here, Barry. And after all those questions Thanks for being here. I don't want to spend a ton of time on this, but we just saw that Attorney General Mark Mark Burnett Bitch sent a letter to the Maricopa County Election office about what apparently is now called Sharpie Gate. Number one of you received that letter yet? No, But I'm glad Mr Burger, which is interested in I'm sure once we sit down and have a conversation about it, everything is gonna be just fine. Listen, I'll tell you exactly what the deal is very well, let me let me let me just walk you through it for a second is what I know is I understand that these ballots are designed to use a Sharpie that you have that in their specifically and that sharpies air. The best utensil to use because of the ink dries fastest, and that's what makes the computer scan them correctly. Is that right? That's exactly right. You said it better myself. So So then the next part of this seems to be the question of the bleed through that If the Sharpie bleeds through onto the other side of the ballot that potentially you could be marking another vote on the second part of and so is their believe through and does that cause either double voting or canceled voting as a result. So the answer to your questions in order? Yes. And no. Yes, there can be bleed through and no, it won't lead to over voting or double voting. Okay? And let me be very clear. Let me clarify something because this used to be the way that folks would have problems with the ballots in the last system that we used through the mid term elections in 2018. So using sharpies and bleeding through was a real problem with that old system. When we had two arrows, remember, connect the arrows and you have all the right edge is on the back. Well, the arrows were lined up front to back because that was very old optical scan technology. It was really much more mechanical. Ah, then software driven. The new technology. Not only this aligns the ovals on either side of the page because the software makes sure that they're not lined up. But we're taking a scan of the ballot and reading the scan. It's not optical technology like the last type of system that we had. All right. So let me just let me pause for somebody simple like me and make sure I understand it. And then we can move on, even if there's bleed through. So if I'm voting on the front page, and I vote for a congressman or a senator or somebody, and then it bleeds through. On the back page where the judges were. For example, there's no way that bleed through can have me vote for one of those judges one way or the other. The ballots are designed so that that cannot happen. Okay, so that I got to say Now, let me ask you a question. Just one question that attorney general burning in his letter to you said he's asking how many ballots cast at each voting center were rejected because of the Sharpie gate. Were there any rejected because of Sharpie Gate? And no, You can't reject a balance That's using tech, the marking technology that was designed for OK, so these ballots were designed to be used with sharpies. So this is the same system that they approved along with everybody else. So everybody that used sharpies if they filled a little oval out, even if there's bleed through, even if they use a Sharpie, their votes counted known work it. None were canceled. Or rejected. Yeah. Sharpies sharpies recommended by the manufacturer in the same system that certified by the sea and went through Ellen A testing by the secretary. I mean, this is the system. All right? I got to purchase where we least for $6.5 million in support of supervised only I get it. Look, I get it. I understand that people want to find reasons to have a lot of fun with elections. This is serious business. We're talking about facts, and the fact of the matter is somehow some way people want to make hay about what's going on with these elections. And I understand that all right, but let's be responsible Adults as we move forward here, Sharpie Gate is not a things unless you're just having some fun. You know part of the body and knock your socks off. We're not having fun with it. We're going to stop talking about it loud. Let me askyou some other questions. Adrian Fontas is with us here on our he's American County recorder. He's in charge of Elections here in the county. So you're going to be releasing data as I understand it every day until everything's counted at 7 P.m.. Is that right? Light and I'm super excited that we're doing it on Wednesday because we've never released data on Wednesday. We are 24 hours ahead of time this year and I want to shout out to my staff. You know all the stakeholders involved in the board Election department were crushing this. You guys are excited that we're actually gonna have results. 24 hours before we usually do. And I love that we have so many ballots counted already. But let me ask you as somebody in radio in the media here. Why just once today, why not give it to us at one o'clock and then again at seven. You know what guys talk about the rest of the day. Let's talk about the valve release. Look, wouldn't no no again in all seriousness, you know? Okay, let's be fair. We want to make sure that the process is accurate, and we want to make sure that we are thorough. And in order to make sure that we do that we established these best practices. These float throughs of work early on. And we worked through this entire system, and we did the exact same thing in the primary. With Meyer tweets. We've improved some of our efficiencies. But at the end of the day to release these ballots, as we do is the best way for us to administer this election for a whole host of reasons. We could sit here for hours and talk about it. But you don't need that. They don't need that. Let me ask you this of the ballots that the information is going to be released tonight. Which ballots are are you counting now? Are they the ones that were mailed in and receive closer to election day? Or are they the ones that were dropped off at polling places? Is it a mixture? What's being counted right now? So so the ballots to rephrase that a little bit. You mean the results that were going to be released today? Where did those numbers come from? Right. Which balance? Yes, mostly that's going to be what is left from the early early. Okay. These are the ones that came in prior to Election Day. They've already been scanned. They've already been taken to through the signature verification process. They've already been removed from their envelope. They've already spent their You know, however, 10 minutes, Teo a day marinating in the vault. Before they get rolled out into the ballot Tabulation center and then scanned. And then each of these batches has already gone through electronic adjudication. OK, what? I just described the pipeline of process for every single one of our ballots. And there's ballots in each of those slots through the process, which you get tonight is ballots that have gone through all of it already. Okay? Adrian Fontas joins us from the East America County recorder so that the information that you're going to release tonight at seven o'clock the ballots that were going to be those that count tonight are what you're calling the early early..
"general mark burnett" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM
"Numbers this afternoon, a D HS reporting 1527 new cases reported overnight. That brings the total number of positive cases to 247,473. There were two deaths reported overnight. The total number of deaths in Arizona now stands at 5981. There have been more than 2,100,000 tests performed since the pandemic began. John Roller. Our news. Alright in pro Football. Arizona Cardinals are not playing today. It's the bye week for the Cardinals. They'll get rested up member last Sunday night's big win over the Seattle Seahawks Cardinals are now five and two on the year next Sunday. Arizona will host the Miami Dolphins at State Farm Stadium in Glendale. And speaking of tickets and money. Ah, payday for Arizona nce $71 million in ticket refund concert stages in sporting events went silent because of Corona virus. But Ticketmaster's initial policy allowed event organizers descent refund limitations, meaning some people were out money they spent on now canceled events now. Attorney General Mark Burnett says Ticketmaster reached an agreement with the state they will notify You. You should receive an e mail from them. If you have any issues of being the refund, you know, please reach out to our office. The agreement applies to purchases made before March. 14th Luke Force Ner R news right onto the roadways right now for mishaps and road Construction Valley Chevy dealers, Traffic center Jasmine Scott in Scottsdale. You're gonna find debris, tying up the right lane on the loop to 02 heading westbound near Scottsdale Road on the 17th south bound near Glendale Avenue. We were shortly dealing with the collision, blocking that H O V and left lane..
"general mark burnett" Discussed on KNST AM 790
"Close. He really going to tell the American people that I'm not going to send that relief to you just for political reasons, and I don't think our chances get better after election Earlier today, a smaller measure put together by Senate Republicans was blocked by Democrats. The senator disease control and Prevention. Redefining what counts is close contact with someone who s covert 19. To include shorter but repeated encounters. Now it's a total of 15 minutes. Arm or shorter, but repeated contact that add up to 15 minutes over a 24 hour period now count as close contact. A day before the final presidential debate, both sides out campaigning this our former president Obama, campaigning for Joe Biden in Philly, while Senator Kamala Harris was in North Carolina Senator Kamala Harris made another stop in hotly contested North Carolina. Speaking at UNC Asheville, she outlined the differences between Joe Biden and President Trump Won Cove in healthcare and Racial justice. And told those gathered the outcome of this race will in very many ways be decided by you. North Carolina. It will be and in that way, the choices and the decisions you are making will impact people around the country. Recent polling shows Biden with a slight lead in North Carolina, which President Trump won four years ago. Colonel Scott Fox News. President Trump holds a rally in North Carolina later this evening. Fox News DEMOCRACY 2020 Coverage of the final presidential debate tomorrow, watching the Fox News Channel and listen on the Fox News APP. America is listening to Fox News. Arizona reaches a settlement with an automaker. I'm Donny G K Honesty. News. Honda has agreed to pay $5 million to Arizona to settle allegations to conceal problems with defective Takata airbags in some Honda and Acura models. Attorney General Mark Burnett says the settlement with the state includes restitution for Arizona consumers. And a repair incentive program. Not only are we holding Honda accountable, it also is incentivizing people to get their dangerous airbags or place Burn. A bitch says Takata. Airbags and Honda vehicles are responsible for hundreds of injuries and two fatalities in Arizona. The Arizona.
Honda, Arizona reach $5 million settlement over air bags
"Honda has agreed to pay $5 million to Arizona to settle allegations to conceal problems with defective Takata airbags in some Honda and Acura models. Attorney General Mark Burnett says the settlement with the state includes restitution for Arizona consumers. And a repair incentive program. Not only are we holding Honda accountable, it also is incentivizing people to get their dangerous airbags or place Burn. A bitch says Takata. Airbags and Honda vehicles are responsible for hundreds of injuries and two fatalities in
"general mark burnett" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM
"Read Maura about the state's new numbers at Katie Jr dot com. Arizona is going to court this time to defend a 2016 law. That prohibits ballot harvest state, The U. S. Supreme Court has agreed to review a 2016 law that prohibits ballot harvesting. Arizona Attorney General Mark Burnett says the law itself is clear. If you are not a caregiver or a family member, you should not be collecting somebody else's ballad. However. In January, federal appeals court said the Arizona law violated the Voting Rights Act and the Constitution. But the court's ruling has been put on hold in the law itself well that will remain in effect through this year's election until the Supreme Court. Justices rule on the matter, Gabriel Dominion Ki ta ta, our eyes on the economy U. S employers adding 661,000 new jobs in September That marks the third straight month of declining numbers. Still, Valley economist Elliot Pollock telling Katie The economy's still in pretty good shape. When the third quarter data comes out, the economy would have grown probably 2025% in third quarter. It had a very good quarter very quickly about any unemployment rate has come down along with the unemployment rate now has fallen from nearly 15% in April, 27.9% last month for Let's check in with Mike Daniels. He's keeping an eye on traffic live in the Valley Chevy dealers track. John, We've got a little ramp closures going on this weekend. Do the payment work to go to West found on all France close at HQ, Irene Way too westbound on grand closing, Talk and on the road and the 202 westbound offering.
"general mark burnett" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM
"I think the Biden campaign is gonna have to take this on a day to day basis. I know. They say they're going out there campaigning. They're gonna have the right tone. But I think they have to really watch this and decide what to do as this moves forward and see how the president does in the midst of the ABC News political analyst Matthew Dowd, you're listening to ABC News. Arizona's new station used Station Jr on Air 92 3 FM online at dot com and streaming Live on the tr new Zap your Breaking News and Traffic. No ta our news time is 902. I'm Jim Brinson. The President, United States hospitalized at Walter Reed Medical Center with covert 19. And a former surgeon general says this did not have to happen. Dr. Richard Carmona is disappointed in what President Trump did not do. He has probably the most visible person in the world to really model to behaviour that wouldn't want everybody in the United States to exemplify that is wearing a mask, social distancing washing your hands frequently. Instead, Dr Carmona says. The president put thousands of people in his rallies at risk for covert 19, he tells gayness and Chad, the president. Must quarantine where he'll get the best medical care best cases is that we're gonna have two weeks He comes out of quarantine. You'll be retested and make sure that he no longer is infectious. And then he'd be able to resume his duties Peter same or Arizona going to court this time to defend a 2016 law that prohibits ballot harvesting. The U. S. Supreme Court has agreed to review a 2016 law that prohibits ballot harvesting. Arizona Attorney General Mark Burnett says the law itself is clear if you are not Caregiver or a family member. You should not be collecting somebody else's ballad. However. In January, federal appeals court said the error zone a law violated the Voting Rights Act and the Constitution. But the court's ruling has been put on hold in the law itself well that will remain in effect through this year's election until the Supreme Court justices rule on the matter. Gabriel Camino News..
"general mark burnett" Discussed on 550 KFYI
"Or go to sweet James dot com. AH, Attorney General Mark Burnett, Bitches sent a letter to Governor Ducey, saying he's found a supplier for a drug needed for lethal injections. And that do SI should act quickly. So far, the governor has not responded. Arizona has not executed inmates since 2014 as many companies refused to sell drugs for that purpose. This All fire has now forced the evacuation of about 20 homes between Roosevelt Lake and Claypool. The Lightning sparked wildfire in the Tanto National Forest has burned 13,000 acres. As of yesterday. It's 0% contained Four Arizona counties have met all three benchmarks to reopen schools. They are Apache coaches, Coconino any occupy Maricopa County's meeting two benchmarks but is coming up short in percent positivity. FEMA County only has one benchmark. Checked off. Schools are not required to use those benchmarks and their decision making process. It's likely President Trump will make an appearance at the Republican National Convention in Charlotte, Monday. Six delegates from each state and U. S territory are expected together in North Carolina. This report is brought to you by Republic Monetary Exchange. Protect your wealth and profit with gold and silver Visit Republic Monetary Exchange on Camelback just east of 40th Street, 602682 gold or our Emmy gold dot com. Now let's look at traffic here. Steve Slow Traffic 17 south bound between 19th Avenue in seventh Street, £10 is slow from Seventh Avenue to seven street traffic lights around Cave Creek Road in the loop on a one Also an accident. Glendale Avenue east of Dicer, northern or Camelback, are your alternates qualified? 50 K f Y I. It's a great time to get a great deal on a new car. When you get approved.
"general mark burnett" Discussed on The Conservative Circus w/ James T. Harris
"You are listening to the conservative circus. I am going master James to Harris. General Mark Burnaby, accusing Google of misleading consumers about how and win. Their personal data and location is collected, and for making it nearly impossible to turn off the tracking systems. Yesterday. He found a forty eight page lawsuit against Google, and he is in the centering of the conservative circus. AG Arnovitz this outstanding. Your office is the first in the country against Google Tummy why you're filed a lawsuit. Do you think other states are going to follow? Thanks for having me on James Always. Getting itchy feet to get back here in the circus, I, I appreciate you having me on, and yes, this is a this is a major lawsuit I think it's a first step I think other states watching what we're doing the reality is, is I know a lot of your listeners now is a big tax has become big power information is power, and what we allege, and what we've seen with companies like Google. IS THEY'RE? They're basically misleading consumers. They're collecting all this information, and then essentially what they do is they monetize it. by selling its advertisers and targeted for certain ADS and they. Their model works based on having as much personal private information about you so every time you go to the doctor. How long you're at home who you're with, I mean I I joke that people here in the office. That you know basically. They know more about where you've been than your spouse does and more about where you're going. Your travel agent does I mean that's the kind of data we're talking about. They know what you've done and what you're GONNA do. Attorney General why didn't the Attorney General's office? Discuss the lawsuit with Governor. Ducey or India the agency heads. James I. Think you know the answer to that? Time, the people lot we talk about this I mean, and you know whether it's suing the universities whether suing you know big corporations like Theranos. Your Volkswagen, I'm going to do what's right by the people of Arizona and my job I'm I'm an independent constitutional officer. My job is to enforce laws. There's so whether it's you know on on election security issues, or whether it's you know soon. Corporations that are taking advantage of consumers that that's what I gotta do. I got to do I can't worry about what anyone else. In the center ring. We have a attorney general. Burner Vich, any concerns that Google will back out of its one billion dollar plans to build a data center in Mesa. Oh. I don't know James I Google. Look. Let's put some perspective. In Twenty Nineteen over eighty percents more than eighty percent of Google's revenues, more than a hundred and thirty billion billions of dollars was generated from advertising. That's just one year they are making money. Hand over fist in our issue isn't with Google per say look, I'm not against technology I'm not some Luddite or something what I against is that when Arizona consumers are not provided real opportunities to opt out when Arizona consumers are being deceived. Opted out of location, tracking or sharing their personal information, when in reality they are, you see that eighty percent of smart mobile devices are running android, which is controlled by google, so Google has all this power all this knowledge all this information in even when you think you are opting out, you aren't and that's. That's my problem. Another problem with Google problem technology, but I do have a problem with deceptive and unfair advertising, or acts or actions on any corporation part attorney general. What could be done as we move forward to help consumers a disabled? All of the different tracking programs that Google has on us. Well. This is part of the problem James Because we alleging in lawsuit that even when consumers tried to quote unquote, opt out of the information. The company is continuing to find misleading ways to obtain your information, so for example you turn off location tracking. Your phone settings Google can still track you through other applications, and so that's part of the problem, and that's one of the things that we want to do with this lawsuit, is we? WanNa make sure that consumers have there's informed consent, and when they opt out and they say they aren't GonNa be. Be Subject to tracking. They aren't so. That's part of the big problem is You know really the bottom line is is that you shouldn't have to attack expert to figure out how to opt out of them tracking simple as that it is, it is a tangled web is one of these things that I? It's almost impossible for you to escape. So this is going to be very interesting. Just have one more question for you. Attorney General. How would any settlement monies be paid out to consumers or with the money? Stay with the AG's office. Well if you look at James Our history, when it comes to settlements, whether it's intervening class, action, lawsuits, or you know stopping plaintiff's lawyers were filing frivolous lawsuits. Our focus has always been on returning restitution to consumers, and so for example we sued lagging. We made sure that that money went right directly to the people that bought Volkswagen's people who are affected by the class recently. Recently, you may have seen. We had a successful lawsuit against Santander a financing company now of course Arizona fish wrapped in cover that because they don't cover all the good stuff we're doing, but in that settlement the money goes directly back to people that were harmed by the Finance Corporation that Santander company, so our focus has always been on trying to get restitution to victims sometimes. We had a large class. You'll end up with penalties like. And some of those penalties, some of those fees do go back to not only sometimes the general fund, but they also go back. To the various law enforcement agencies including our own, so it really depends on the settlement. Our focus is always money to Arizona. Consumers getting them restitution. That's always our first priority you know, but at the end of the day this settlement could be in the hundreds of millions if You look at and so we'll have to see how it all plays out. It's GonNa, be a tough fight but jeans. I think you and your listeners know whether it's taking on the university's whether it's taking on, you know some of these special corporate interests. My job is attorney. General is to make sure everyone matter who you are whether you're the university president or corporate President you know or someone. Someone Swing and rock on the corner. If you're breaking the law, you'll be held accountable by our office. If you're not following the rules, you'll be held accountable attorney general I want you to know I've been a heavy Google user and I've been harmed by them. And I will be first in line to when you witness Wasser lawsuit at some lutely there it is, and this is fantastic news. About the lawsuits, the pushback I ask some more observations about this. Because we did cover this in a different way last year we'll do that at eight thirty three. Sean Hannity Works Everyday to make America great again. Listen at one on five fifty K. A. Y. and on FM at ninety five point five hd two. You are listening to the conservative circus I am the ringmaster JMC Harris. Just heard from Arizona Attorney General Mark Burnett Jr.. And? This move against Google is is is very very timely. And the amount of information as we said earlier, the amount of information that these big tech companies have on you. They got your common. They've got you going. And it's amazing how they could take that technology. Really apply it to whatever they want to do whatever they want to find out, but what we have with have people most..
"general mark burnett" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM
"You know just yesterday by the way we had our Attorney General Attorney General mark Burnett **** who recently announced that the state of Arizona with suing some of these very manufacturers vape companies because of them marketing or targeting products towards kids and the danger that that is and that they didn't properly marked the amount of nicotine on the package as well got it we have numbers out by the way this study which was published yesterday in by the way I know that this is something you sit around and read for fun alcoholism clinical and experimental research trial yeah I've got every volume is it found that the number of alcohol related deaths in the United States has nearly doubled in the last twenty years that alcohol two thousand seventeen was last for your they heard seventy two thousand five hundred and fifty eight people died of alcohol related deaths context about seventy thousand died from heroin fat no illegal drugs right which we hear big scourge we hear all these focuses on public health yeah this worry about people we have a dozen people die from vaping and it's a national emergency seventy two thousand five hundred and fifty people die in a year from alcohol and we're like well yeah that's just a call no I don't believe that that's the case I don't believe people leave another just alcohol when you look at what the president of the FDA did back in December by raising the age of tobacco use two twenty one in the country are your have alot about thirty states that have done that the federal government is hoping to get the other twenty on board by raising it to to twenty one and I'm not opposed to it so you're using the numbers here that there are seventy two thousand alcohol related deaths among people over the age of sixteen and two thousand seventeen seventy two thousand people died over the age of sixteen because of alcohol in thousands of a steady increase okay give any idea how many people over the age of eighteen died of tobacco use that year it's our it's almost half a million here isn't yeah yeah right exactly I show you have alcohol promoting it you have alcohol that the legal drinking age is twenty one and seventy two thousand people die every year from drinking you have to that goal that in that same year the legal smoking tobacco consumption age was eighteen yeah you have a million right I think by raising it to twenty one you're not gonna see that number drop immediately because it's a lagging indicator but I think that you will see that number drop my argument is a proportionate response to the threat if you are a public health advocate if you are concerned about the U. verse if you're concerned about people's health in order your concern should be cigarettes number two alcohol number three illegal drugs heroin fentanyl etcetera and after that the numbers fall off Klay any discussion of the discussion of these other things is dancing around the edges but the reality is the things that we tell people are quote legal for those over twenty one and now we just have the debate about tobacco in Arizona and I'm still not sure the H. arm your your your your whistling through the printer you're missing the obvious I don't know if it's necessarily missing the obvious because it's not so obvious yet because we know that tobacco as you just said is a killer right after the long cancer emphysema heart disease or just the top three times to tobacco we don't know the long term a fax of E. cigarettes on the lungs just yet so this is why I'm talking about it being a lagging indicator now with the trump administration and the FDA saying Hey you know what we're gonna raise the age to twenty one all all of these manufacturers of ease cigarettes whether it be jul or whether it be enjoy your views or whatever it may be they're going to have to come to the FDA apply prove that their product is as safe as are claiming it to be and the issue I have with that is the education of done that from the very beginning the FDA is playing catch up they let the genie app how did the response the genie out of the bottle and now they're trying to shove it back in that's very difficult to do and I think it gives people like you a lot of ammo going well why now well I agree with you why now it should have been done a long time ago even though it wasn't done at the very beginning doesn't mean you don't try to do it now grading on the curve again I'm just looking at if if you were again plopped down on to this planet and told what are the things that are going to be dangerous harmful can affect your health and kill you if you don't see cigarettes and alcohol the top the list you're ignoring me off so why would you be opposed than to reason the age of by purchasing cigarettes the twenty one I'm not necessarily I'm not necessarily I think we have a disproportionate response to things like vaping where you have a minuscule number of people that are injured and or harm and sadly died you have this response towards marijuana that you still see from people or cannabis of this at the other that is completely disproportionate to the reality of what actually harms people but a but what I'm what I'm getting at is is the age of twenty one and if if you want to smoke cannabis at the age of twenty one smallpox you can't and a lot of states in in in this country one more every day okay this year I know exactly at the at the age of twenty one in Arizona if you have a medical condition you can get a medical marijuana card you want to go up to Colorado you wanna go to Nevada you could do it recreationally at the age of twenty one as well as consumer beer so why wouldn't you put tobacco in that same cap I would argue that the twenty one has no effect on it here's what in twenty years in the last twenty years alcohol related deaths have doubled obviously the age is it the thing that slowing that why why and I honestly don't understand what why how alcohol death doubled in twenty years what changed well I I think what's also changed in twenty years is how people are coping or their lack of coping skills are turning to alcohol people are turning to unpack for co okay I I think there are a lot of people that are just trying to escape reality and whether the escape through alcohol whether they escape it through just social media just kind of you know scrolling and scrolling and scrolling whether they try to escape it with opioid addiction whether they tried to escape it through work we had all these conversations I think life has become more stressful for a lot of people are looking for different ways to cope and I think alcohol we've seen the last twenty years as a result of that again just to get you to put a fine point on my argument I don't remember the number of people that died from vaping related illnesses this year was at twelve fifteen I and I'm not trying to discount each one a tragedy in and of itself but there was a number is out of this under a hundred there and the lawsuits the changes in laws the public outrage the demonization of interest using vaping as an example seventy two thousand people died from alcohol seventy two fouls it get your lot get your priorities straight personalize your outrage in your concern for public health okay but I mean if you're concerned about public health you're concerned about public health whatever you're concerned about usually there's a story behind why there are individuals who are concerned about alcohol I have no evidence that vaping is anywhere near as dangerous as alcohol none I have no evidence to say that but again we don't know what any of the long term impact is I'm not sitting here telling you that and if I can I can do a one to one correlation because it has been around long enough to do a one to one correlation and I'm not sitting here telling you that vaping is just as dangerous as alcohol no I don't know either looking I but we don't know hole we don't know you got to go back Bruce and and and take a look at when you know cigarettes came around and everybody smoked but it was very low it was promoted as a health food it was promoted as a weight loss everybody that you were weird if you didn't and people got hooked if people died from it it's even didn't know back then we don't know right now so I'm fine with what the FDA is doing with whites see the tourney general mark Burnett which is doing and I I think that I think every argument you can make against them and I can't I can't debate whether vaping is good or bad we don't know so I'm going to go with that is unclear I can go with what is clear cigarettes are killers half a million people a year and alcohol is a killer seventy some odd thousand people a year that we know before foregone conclusion set in stone I remember those if you if your argument argument is these other things are bad yeah start with those abilities advocating prohibition or banning they're advocating that raising the age of tobacco use to twenty one or banning flavors in vaping for a time period yes a version alkyl we brought this up with mark Burbage what's the difference again I know one kills you I definitely know I get the numbers and it's a short term application process and you may see some of those flavors come back on the market I don't even know this was a thing people are skipping love skipping marriage is skipping a real relationship and just going straight to sharing a baby who are you people were talking about after bombing clay checks in with our top stories.
Politician charged in human trafficking adoption scheme
"Maricopa county assessor Paul Peterson is facing charges fraud and conspiracy in an alleged adoption scheme Peterson is accused of flying pregnant women from the Marshall Islands to Arizona to give birth under the state's Medicaid system Arizona Attorney General mark Burnett which is stressing the adoptions involving these women are not in jeopardy one of the most important things I want to get out today now besides that the families that adopted these children are not under investigation and they're not the focus of our investigation Peterson's also facing federal charges in Arkansas and you meant trafficking charges and Dutch sale of a child charges as well in the state of
"general mark burnett" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM
"Paul Peterson due to this adoption fraud scheme just wrapped up moments ago and I think we have to you eat again we have to start from the beginning because this is a new a new story it broke late last night so the Maricopa county assessor it's an elected position his name is Paul Peterson he is not being accused of wrongdoing in his role as an elected official yeah these charges are not coming from his role as an elected official they're coming from his role as an adoption attorney in mesa like his other job if you will and the allegations are in his other job he was working with a woman in the Marshall Islands each has a unique treaty with the United States for travel back and forth we can travel back and forth no problem there even though it does have its independence we have a green met with them because it used to be a U. S. protectorate right so you can travel back and forth of your martial leisure travel back and forth in less and less and less you are a woman considering an adoption plan for your child and this is specifically was apparently an issue decades ago with the Marshall Islands where Marshallese women were being enticed of financially to come to the United States give birth and immediately have their children put up for adoption and in some cases were being lied to and misled about what was going on yeah they were they were being exploited in and there was this black market adoption that were happening and so this treaty came into play okay and in the early two thousands and apparent leave yeah yeah America the county assessor Paul Peterson and didn't care what I'm working around the system in a in a variety of fronts right now he he was breaking the law yeah didn't care and was making Abu Bucks off of it okay so what has happened we just heard from Arizona Attorney General mark Burnett edge and we know that the Attorney General Utah's holding news conferences today there are let's see of them looking at the errors on the numbers here there are twenty nine cases in Arizona they believe forty eight women in Utah the Arizona case is focusing pretty much at least right now on fraud now these women Lee were coming to the United States in the Marshall Islands got it Peterson and is another woman we're signing these women who are not US citizens or residents of Arizona up for access which is in the health care program for folks that million yes it appears on so not being an Arizona resident you were an eligible for that program they lied on these documents they committed fraud allegedly on these documents to the tune of costing you and I the taxpayer of Arizona some eight hundred thousand dollars and we heard from colonel Frank Milstead just moments ago right now the religion just over eight hundred thousand dollars we believe that number will increase so we were paying for the births of these chills a lot of fraud there's a lot of fraud going on now how did this all come to be all right colonel Frank Milstead with GPS stepped to the podium again just moments ago it's sort of the lay out the framework for how this whole racket got cracked one of our very astute heads up troopers was contacted by a friend who had gone to the law offices of Mister Peterson to adopt a a child after the initial meeting that this particular person was concerned about the legitimacy of the process the the fees involved in the process and talked to are detected trooper by the name of Sam hunt.
Mark Burnett, ITT And Arizona discussed on The Conservative Circus
"News, hundreds of former ITT tech students in Arizona will get millions of dollars in debt relief Irizawa attorney general Mark Burnett announced nearly four million dollars. We'll go to four hundred twelve former students of the now defunct school. It's part of a multi state settlement with students. See you connect see USO. That's a company, which provided student loans for the failed for profit college bird bitch said the settlement will provide relief to the students
"general mark burnett" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM
"Finally been repealed governor Ducey signed legislation yesterday, repealing the no promo homo law. A law that prohibited certain elements of sex education from being teach taught in classrooms. Yeah. That you weren't allowed to to teach in districts charter schools anything that would promote a homosexual lifestyle. Now, teachers, which I get saw that as you're not allowed to talk about it at all. And they were worried about walking up to the line because there was a certain amount of ambiguity in this. I have seen firsthand in in the classrooms that are teachers avoid discussing LGBTQ topics because they believe that it is illegal for them to to discuss these topics in the classroom, even when our our students in the LGBTQ community in their family. Days truly need to know that they are included and they should feel safe and welcome in our classrooms that state superintendent of public instruction Kathy Hoffman who even in her city the education address in early February said that this is something that needs to be repealed. And I think one of the one of the issues is that I saw some teachers tried to speak about this. Boy, you talk about like walking on minefield is that they felt even if they got some questions, you can imagine health class sex Ed class, and you got questions from students that might walk up to this that they felt they couldn't answer them. And where you basically creating a public health issue by not being able to give people even help information. So with the new superintendent of public instruction, Kathy Hoffman in her state of the education address taking shot at this legislation as well as a lawsuit that was filed on. Half of to Arizona teens by the equality of Zona. Those two elements led to a lightning change in this law. This law has been on the books like you said Bruce since nineteen Ninety-one. This is not the first time somebody tried to do something about the last four years. You've had a state Senator who has tried to get rid of this Bill this law rather to no avail hasn't been successful identical legislation last four years. He says it it wouldn't even get a hearing in the Republican controlled house. He couldn't he couldn't even get a hearing on his Bill. He's crediting that lawsuit. You just mentioned from equality Zona. Who said they were going to file a lawsuit? Challenging law, and maybe more importantly, you had attorney general Mark Burnett said he I e the state of Arizona would not defend it in court, which I think made the handwriting was on the wall for even any state legislators saying. We can't even get the general to defend this. There's no defensive at anymore. We're going to lose this. Hey, we can pass the Bill and look like heroes or we can wait to lose in court show. Attorney general Mark Burnett. Mitch on Tuesday said I can't defend this law indefensible Wednesday state, Representative TJ show of Coolidge who is a Republican introduced an amendment in the house to get rid of it it passed the house Thursday the Senate passed the repeal Thursday meeting yesterday this Tuesday Wednesday Thursday and then yesterday afternoon the governor signed it with an it's no more within an hour within an hour of the Senate passing. It governor Ducey signed it into law, basically, repealing it. I do think there's something to be said for the fact that apparently they can get things done rather to relatively quickly of the state capital, but not everything. Need to take time. So here's the research things that you need to be able to dive into digests. So what is holding up the distracted driving law? I mean, we haven't got that passed. Did that need to go through some committees? I mean you through committees. I'm just saying certain things can speed through others seem to seem to gum up the system, and it's never clear to me who's behind the slow walking or who's behind the speeding up of it. I think that there are certain things like the distracted driving law where you should probably be in committee and kind of work out the details of it this again, it's been proposed for the last four years. Maybe they've got enough information on it that has already been hashed out and win the attorney general's not going to step into fight. It will then the writing on the wall there. But it doesn't mean things are going to immediately change your kids campus, whether it be at a public school or add a charter school because the changes wouldn't happen to the curriculum until the beginning of the next school year. And what those changes are. I'm not exactly sure, but they seem to be going in the right direction. At least the law doesn't even officially come off the books till ninety days. After the legislative session a couple of weeks from now. So that means sometime during the summer, it's off the books, and then they basically turned around the way it was before that individuals school districts individual school boards can make determinations on how they wanna t- certain things, especially when it comes to sex, Ed or health class this law, though, just no longer handcuffs, teachers, and or educators into saying, well, we can teach all about this. We can teach HIV and aids. Pro preventative prevent prevention. But we can't mention anything about a homosexual lifestyle while we're doing which seemed to be a little bit odd. Like, even if you're not mentioning it. I think you should at least be allowed to answer questions. If you're asked of it, do, you know, what I I if you don't want to go down that path. Oh, okay. The curriculum might force you to do something different. I don't know. I haven't had you know, my chance to look at it yet. But if you have a student in your class that is genuinely asking questions. Yeah. You as the authority figure on this topic because you're standing of your health plan on it. Yeah. Should be able to answer it without penalty of breaking the law. Your answer should not be by by statute in the state of Arizona and not allowed to answer your questions. My goodness. This is a good thing for the state of Arizona. It's a step in the right direction. It's a good thing for the kids to as well as teachers like you said, I taking off those handcuffs. Hey, the new kids on the block the.
Alzheimer's cases predicted to increase by 43 percent in Arizona by 2025
"To talk five fifty kfyi type care for download with joanne bauer president trump's slamming the fbi raid as an attack on the country frankly a real disgrace an attack on our country in a true sense attack on what we all stand for arizona democratic congressman ruben gallego says the president should let the investigations play out the most important thing that matters to me is that he does not go after muller he does not try to replace rosenstein and that we allow these investigations go forward the rate is reportedly tied to one hundred and thirty thousand dollar payment cohen made to a porn star college will cost a lot more next year for hundreds of arizona dreamers the state supreme court has ruled the federal and state laws prohibit charging undocumented immigrants in state tuition arizona attorney general mark burnett rich says that law is clear it's a victory for the rule of law plain and simple i don't make the law but my job is the attorney general was the forest lawn the zona board of region says donka recipients will now be charged out of state tuition at the state's three public universities two hundred and twentyfive arizona national guard troops were deployed to the border today governor doug ducey says they have a lofty goal i think the success of this mission is going to be around do we stop the flow eagle drugs do we stop the flow of of human trafficking now the governor did not say how that success would be quantified or how long arizona national guard troops remain on the border about one hundred and thirty thousand arizonans over the age of sixty five has alzheimer's disease and by twenty five that number will be two hundred thousand a new study is now looking for volunteers to take part people get older everybody gets a little bit forgetful so there's the forgetfulness of normal aging and then there's the forgetfulness of alzheimer's disease research director dr michael weiner says the study aims to find a blood test to detect alzheimer's well glendale west gate entertainment district is now up for sale.