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Illinois governor pardons Army vet deported to Mexico

WBBM Evening News

00:42 sec | 1 year ago

Illinois governor pardons Army vet deported to Mexico

"FM governor pitcher has partnered deported armies had deported to Mexico last year after serving a seven and a half year sentence for a felony drug conviction the Tribune reports Miguel Perez junior who was raised in Chicago from the time it was eight join the army before nine eleven and serve with a special forces unit in Afghanistan after leaving the military parades was diagnosed with PTSD he was arrested for selling cocaine to an undercover cop he was sentenced to fifteen years then governor Bruce Rauner denied his request for clemency but governor prince during granting department said this part is not a perfect solution but it's the most just action to take to allow a veteran the opportunity to be treated fairly by the country he

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"governor bruce" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

WBBM Newsradio

02:33 min | 2 years ago

"governor bruce" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

"Governor, Bruce Rosner and his democratic challenger j b Pritzker faced off in their first two way debate earlier tonight the first question dealt with the rounder administration's handling of a deadly legionnaires disease outbreak at the Quincy veterans home rounder defended his handling of the situation during the debate on ABC seven our team, did what everything they could to make sure that our. Veterans were kept safe and their healthcare was protected. Meantime, Pritzker was critical over what the governor did. But remember three years also went by before the governor acted to do something to protect these veteran outgoing democratic Illinois attorney general Lisa Madigan announced today. Her office is opening a criminal investigation into the matter. Chicago police released surveillance video of a masked man suspected in two murders in Rogers park Sunday and Monday, the footage shows a man dressed in all black and a ski mask walking towards the fourteen hundred block of west Sherwin where seventy three year old Douglas watts was shot in the head Twenty-four-year-old Eliahu Moskowitz was also shot in the head as he walked near the lake front and loyal park. Monday night. Police say bullet casings from both shootings were a match and the murders were likely committed by the same man. A fourteen year old boy is in serious condition after he was stabbed this afternoon. A fire department spokesman says the boy was attacked before. Four o'clock near one hundred ninth avenue police, tell the Tribune the victim is a high school student at a school on the far south side. It's not known if he attends nearby George Washington high school. Police say a man who has taught in at least two north shore schools is under investigation for internet crimes against children north suburban special education district says the man has been teaching at north shore academy in Highland Park and was placed on administrative leave when the Glenview police notified the school that the teacher was being investigated for possible. Internet crimes against children. The district says it will move now to fire him because he did not participate in an internal investigation. The superintendent says there is no information that suggests any district students are involved. The man has also taught at Loyola academy a Jesuit prep school in well met Glenview police say he is not charged with anything at this point. Steve Miller, News Radio on one or five point nine FM. You can sign up for regular news updates and breaking news alerts at WBZ, NewsRadio dot com. Just click on the sign up link in the upper left corner of each page. WBZ.

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South Africa giraffe attack: Woman and son fight for their lives

WBBM Evening News

00:38 sec | 2 years ago

South Africa giraffe attack: Woman and son fight for their lives

"A scientist and her son are hospitalized after being attacked by an unexpected animal on an African wildlife. Preserve American scientists, Katie Williams. Enter three-year-old son Finn are in stable, but critical condition and a South African hospital after being attacked by rampaging giraffe wildlife. Reserve. It's believed the draft saw them as a threat to a recently born calf and suddenly lashed out. Williams husband also a wildlife researcher found him being trampled and chase the animal away Williams and her son were airlifted to a Johannesburg hospital where the underwent emergency surgery. The incident is being described as an act of

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Marijuana, Missouri and Wisconsin discussed on Total Information PM

Total Information PM

00:28 sec | 2 years ago

Marijuana, Missouri and Wisconsin discussed on Total Information PM

"Cloudiness along with a shower or thunderstorm around late tonight overnight low of seventy eight not as hot but still humid for. Wednesday some sunshine breaking along with a shower or thunderstorm. On occasion the high eighty five right now, it's sunny ninety two feels like one hundred into downtown at the arch A new use for medical marijuana in. Illinois the news continues at five twenty two governor Bruce round or signing a law allowing medical

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President Trump, Pendleton Williams and Trump discussed on The Chris Plante Show

The Chris Plante Show

00:19 sec | 2 years ago

President Trump, Pendleton Williams and Trump discussed on The Chris Plante Show

"Do more now from our Jennifer Keiper. Cook County jury has found Kenneth Williams guilty of first degree murder in the death of. Fifteen year. Old idea Pendleton Williams who is now twenty five was accused of being the. Getaway driver separate juries were empaneled to hear the evidence against him and against the alleged gunman. Mikhail ward prosecutors allege ward fired into a

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Flatiron District Fears Contamination After Steam Pipe Explosion

All Things Considered

01:45 min | 2 years ago

Flatiron District Fears Contamination After Steam Pipe Explosion

"Stores It's high time in. The state of Illinois, we regulate gun shops governor Bruce. Runner as already warned he would veto any new gun control legislation, stocks finished the week lower on Wall Street as a trade dispute with the US and China ask elites the. Dow lost six points this is NPR and this is. WNYC in New. York I'm, Sean, Carlson city officials say inspectors have found no as best does in air samples from the site of yesterday morning steam. Pipe explosion in, Manhattan the city says it's very unlikely witnesses will develop in his. Best dose related illness the city is still inspecting, buildings in the area and we'll begin looking at building exteriors after determining how many of them have been contaminated and evacuation for residents of the affected. Area remains in place the area surrounding Fifth Avenue between. Nineteenth street and twenty second street is still. Closed to the public a former inmate is suing New York state's department of corrections. For withholding his insulin while he was incarcerated at the Otis Ville, correctional facility in attorney Dwindle more says her client is Muslim and was fasting during. Ramadan in two thousand fifteen Monroe is a diabetic, and that his insulin be provided after sundown after several days which is request was met attorney Nimroz me says guards began to withhold her clients dosage. You have to take your influence regularly and you know. He started experiencing medical issues tremors shakes chills. She says Monroe's Rachel for the practice his religion was violated a spokesman for the. State Department of corrections says the agency doesn't comment on pending litigation Hoboken residents, are voicing concern over a ferry companies plan to turn part of. The city's Hudson river waterfront into a home base for its fleet New York waterways says the company needs a fueling and maintenance station..

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Univision flip flops on digital strategy, explores sale of Gizmodo and The Onion

WBBM Programming

02:03 min | 2 years ago

Univision flip flops on digital strategy, explores sale of Gizmodo and The Onion

"Healy housing eat esp do calm and oem together will allow these three critical mergency focused agencies to maximize the resources and allow our first responders to do what they do best to serve our residents in a coordinated effort dozens of police said fire personnel were on hand for the dedication of the puck public safety center which has a twenty five year lease agreement with the county in wheaton antigay newsradio five point nine fm south shore hospital we'll have to close its doors if it doesn't get three million dollars in funding by august i the hospitals president tells the tribune that south shore has been losing money due to a medicaid shortfall the nonprofit hospital serves mostly medicaid patients on chicago's southside wisconsin has just reported its first death from rocky mountain spotted fever health officials say the tickborne disease killed a lacrosse woman she was in her late fifties and got a tick bite wild camping in early may in western wisconsin governor bruce rounder is warning that a trade war could cause problems for the state he says it has the potential to cause massive unemployment and job loss the daily herald reports the governor made the comments as he was touring shamburg steel company with japanese officials who worry the white house will double down on tariffs japan based amata america inc fabricates sheet metal and employs about ninety people at its shamburg location mostly engineers and managers chicagobased humor website is up for sale again univision communications owner of gizmodo media group and stake in the comedy site the onion is reportedly trying to sell the sites the proposed sale includes a list of media brands including jessie belle and deadspin univision communications which owns the sites has seen a number of rounds of layoffs this year the onions editorial offices are based in chicago chris cried l newsradio on one zero five point nine fm twenty million dollars in federal funding will be distributed to americorps.

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Anti-violence protesters block major freeway in Chicago

Route 66 on KMOX with Johnny Rabbitt

01:25 min | 2 years ago

Anti-violence protesters block major freeway in Chicago

"Eleanor governor bruce rauner is calling the shutdown of chicago interstate by antiviolence protesters unacceptable rounder said in a tweet today that he was disappointed in chicago mayor rahm emanuel he called on a manual to quote take swift and decisive action to put an end to this kind of chaos immanuel responded in a tweet it was a priest peaceful protest delete your account thousands of protesters marched on chicago's dan ryan expressway to draw attention to the cities gun violence and to pressure public officials to do more to stop it police say twenty five year old university of missouri kansas city student has died after being shot inside the restaurant where he worked sarath cup who was gunned down around seven friday night during an armed robbery ajay's fish and chicken market the kansas city star reports said caputo was a software engineer who came to the us in january to pursue a master's degree at u k c police say cope uis parents in india have been told of his death in sports the cards topped the giants three to today they'll be back at it again in frisco tomorrow and in hockey the blues agreed to a one year contract with restricted free agent dmitry askin it'll pay the forward one point one million dollars a nice night in store we're looking for a low around sixty.

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Ut, Leslie and Eleanor discussed on First Morning News

First Morning News

00:55 sec | 2 years ago

Ut, Leslie and Eleanor discussed on First Morning News

"For kmox news i'm brad choked saint louis county police say they need help in identifying the pedestrian killed last wednesday night trying to cross north lindbergh west of new halls ferry five foot seven one hundred sixty five pound white man in his mid to late fifty s with balding gray hair he was wearing a white t shirt gray pants and black shoes contact saint louis county police investigations if you might know the name of that dead man a woman was killed saturday night when the ut driven by her husband ran off a franklin county road and hit a tree twenty nine year old kaely weeks of leslie died in the accident on fox creek road casey weeks suffered moderate injuries the variety of wines elected to be eleanor's bicentennial wine is rosa governor bruce rounder made the announcement at a family vineyard near springfield rosa is made.

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Illinois Gov. Bruce Rauner proposes gun control measures

Outside the Loop Radio with Mike Stephen

01:58 min | 2 years ago

Illinois Gov. Bruce Rauner proposes gun control measures

"You know the crowd will cheer when they see people that they like james corden we've seen also oprah winfrey and and serena williams who who is dressed beautiful peach gown i mean the whole thing is just really a lot of fun and even though the folks here many of them they have their fascinating on but they're also wearing jeans and tshirts and and they really having a good time it's a great day here in windsor abc's sherry preston reporting the rival of the bride right now being reported as well megan markle right now arriving at the chapel governor bruce round or commented friday on the school shooting in texas offering prayers to the victims of the families and saying that he's proposed a package that includes tougher security measures at school see source officers security police officers highly trained just like the hero in dixon who stopped a shooter it is tracks effectively in dixon we need that in every school that would like it and we also need mental health professionals had live propose ways that we could fund that for each school too keep the school safer earlier this week a score resource officers shot a gunman who opened fire at dixon highschool suspect appeared in court for the first time friday southside pastor john hannah's organizing his annual prayer on benign vincent aimed at calling attention to the country's gun violence especially gun violence within neighborhoods in the city this year hannah has changed the name of the event to march in pray for our lives he says it's its effort to build upon the foundations set by young people protesting mass shootings across the country and it says the church does have a role in combating crime but the real issues are resources and opportunity and challenge communities cannot even chicago police department the church cannot be herod inserts cannot be a teacher but the church championing a face plate that provides support in different areas march and pray for our lives kicks off later this morning on seventy ninth street another iconic chicago.

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Illinois proposes reinstating death penalty for mass murder, police killings

Van and Bonnie in the Morning

01:13 min | 2 years ago

Illinois proposes reinstating death penalty for mass murder, police killings

"Monday so crews could continue searching for sixteen year old jake wilson who's been missing for over a month in the laporte city area an announcement is coming this afternoon by i awoke planned parenthood and the american civil liberties union the groups have said they plan to sue over iowa's new law banning abortions when a fetal heartbeat can be detected by a doctor that new law goes into effect the first of july iowa governor kim reynolds and republicans behind the new law said they expected there would be a court challenge illinois governor bruce rounder says it's time to bring back the death penalty in certain cases or from david stewart governor rounders using an amended tori veto to introduce six gun measures including reinstating the death penalty for mass murderers in those who kill police rounded denied that using a mandatory veto instead of the normal legislative procedure is designed to put death penalty opponents in a political bind i don't believe that this is anything other than very good policy widely supported by the people of illinois and i think by elected representatives around are also wants to seventy two hour waiting period for all guns and the right to temporarily take guns from a person posing an eminent danger get breaking news and severe weather on facebook click like on the who radio facebook page it's eight oh five time.

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Who are the likely contenders to replace Paul Ryan as House speaker

The Steve Dahl Show

01:29 min | 3 years ago

Who are the likely contenders to replace Paul Ryan as House speaker

"Dot com today licensed in all fifty states equal housing lender and i'll ask number thirty thirty president donald trump says an attack on syria could take place very soon or not at all pentagon chief james mattis also saying that trump has not yet made a decision and that options would be presented to him later on in the day we still haven't heard anything go out of the oval office governor jerry brown of california agreeing to send some national guard troops to the us mexico border at the president's request but he says they'll focus on combating drug crime not immigration brown promising some four hundred troops also sending troops arizona texas new mexico california rap the kevin mccarthy and louisiana rep steve scalise the likely chief contenders to succeed paul ryan has house speaker mccarthy is the republican house majority leader who is known for being a strong fundraiser an important thing to have when you're going for the house leadership position scalise the republican majority whip who's viewed by some as the most conservative of the two ryan of course saying yesterday he would not seek reelection come november governor bruce rounder jetsetting traveling to germany and poland next week he's hoping to draw more companies here to illinois the trip reports that the strip makes good on a promise he made after he visited europe last fall that he would visit europe after last fall taking trips to both japan and china wls news time four thirty two outbound stevenson at the.

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Kevin Harvick, Brian Mcmillan and Mcdonald discussed on 24 Hour News

24 Hour News

02:08 min | 3 years ago

Kevin Harvick, Brian Mcmillan and Mcdonald discussed on 24 Hour News

"The chevy teams don't appear to a figured out what their new camaros need martin true ex junior has six straight top tens in fort worth over three hundred and fifty laps led kevin harvick won the fall race and if you haven't been counting he's already won three times this year i'm brian mcmillan i don't have nearly enough time to list all the tasty ways you can enjoy chicken at mcdonald's bad i'll give it a go the always made a full chicken mcnuggets made with all meat chicken for the scenery buttermilk crispy tenders better to perfection or all the familiar and exotic flavors of senator crafted recipes including the new garlic white cheddar chicken sandwich with grilled or crispy chicken drizzled with creamy garlic a oli short here but you have time on your side so go and savor every bite of your chicken donalds chicken how you like it at participating mcdonald's a team of german scientists has harvested their first crop of vegetables grown without earth daylight or pesticides researches at new mayor station three in antarctica harvested the crops as part of a project designed to help astronauts cultivate fresh food on other planets so far they've picked three point six kilograms of salad greens eighteen cucumbers and seventy radishes grown inside a high tech greenhouse as temperatures outside drop below minus twenty degrees celsius the german aerospace centre dl which coordinates the projects said thursday that by may scientists hope to harvest four to five kilograms of fruits and vegetables a week while nasa has successfully grown greens on the international space station deal says the arctic project aims to produce a wider range of vegetables that might one day be grown mas or on the moon when a collection of papers from the godfather author mario puzo has been donated to dartmouth college that collection comes from one of its former students current illinois governor bruce rounder the new hampshire school says in a news release it was an offer they couldn't refuse echoing one of the movies famous lines the fifty boxes of papers will be housed at the colleges rounder special collections library they include draft manuscripts correspondence and other records from the.

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Illinois Primary: Democratic Congressman Wins Tight Race

Wall Street Journal This Morning

01:45 min | 3 years ago

Illinois Primary: Democratic Congressman Wins Tight Race

"East coast are facing another round of heavy snow ice and wind gusts as the fourth major snowstorm this month strikes the region closing schools grounding thousands of flights and halting buses and trains the nor'easter storm is on track to dump up to a foot of snow and bring gusts of up to fifty miles an hour to major cities such as new york philadelphia and boston today and into tomorrow new york city mayor bill blasios prepared his city yesterday you might get in your car in the morning and think everything's fine but by the evening it's going to be a whole new ballgame i'm much tougher so have you don't need a car tomorrow don't use one if you don't need to go out stay in if you need to move around us mass transit new jersey officials say significant amounts of snow sleet and ice will make travel very hazardous or impossible billionaire jay pritzker has won the democratic primary for illinois governor setting up a general election that could be the most expensive governor's race in us history illinois governor bruce rounder a wealthy private equity investor won the republican nomination yesterday pritzker defeated five other candidates amazon's upcoming lord of the rings prequel will likely cost the company five hundred million dollars and make it the most expensive tv series ever made in a bid to rival the success of hbo's game of thrones amazon bought the rights to jr tolkien's fantasy franchise and according to reuters the rights by themselves cost amazon two hundred fifty million dollars five hundred million dollars is a higher amount than the combined budgets peter jackson's lord of the rings film trilogy well didn't amazon to move up to like number two or something most valuable they have the money but for holy smokes yes twenty four minutes after the hour when a state ranks among the top ten in the country for major new.

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Dan Lipinski fights off primary challenge from progressive

Nick Digilio

01:14 min | 3 years ago

Dan Lipinski fights off primary challenge from progressive

"Sure that police officers opened fire it's not clear what killed that suspect of what we know is there's an active investigation this morning outside a motel on the i thirty five corridor in round rock texas near austin that's not far from the area where the first bomb went off there since been five other bombs connected to the suspect six bombs in all is victims include two people killed several others injured republican governor bruce rauner will face the democratic nominee for governor jay pritzker in november both spoke last night after term primarily victories you have given me the chance to win the battle against the corruption that plagues illinois general election begins right now prince courtesy expected to be out later this morning greeting commuters that c t a l stations he's also holding a press conference around noon democratic representative dan lipinski has held off a challenge from businesswoman and first time political candidate marine newman there's been no victory speech by lapenne ski yet and no concession speech by newman it's very close but with more than ninety eight percent of the votes counted as of last night lepinski had a two percent lead other primary results to garcia will succeed congressman luis gutierrez cook county commissioner joe berrios has conceded to his main challenger fritz cagey he did so last night congratulated kagan said that he would not challenge the election results in court cook county board president toni preckwinkle claimed victory last night she easily won another term a defeated a challenge from alderman bob fioretti with no republican candidates in the ratio likely retained her job in november a holocaust denier has won the republican primary and illinois's third congressional district says seventy year old arthur jones was the only republican on the ticket and the page county board chairman says it's election commission there has failed voters in calls its performance on acceptable they're still counting ballots they had.

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Trump addresses record-setting GOP fundraiser

The Savage Nation

01:30 min | 3 years ago

Trump addresses record-setting GOP fundraiser

"Injury earlier tuesday package exploded at a fedex facility about sixty miles south of austin spring nails and shrapnel but no one was injured it was the fifth blast in three weeks president trump telling an annual gop fundraiser tuesday night the upcoming midterm elections are crucial republicans responding with their checkbooks fox's you'll nato live in washington the national republican congressional committees annual march fundraising dinner in washington tuesday bringing in an all time record of thirty two million dollars the feed featured speaker president trump who predicts the gop will keep the house majority after november's midterm elections this election we are fighting to win and we are going to win but he warned that if democrats win they could block efforts to secure america's borders and try to raise taxes the latest reuters poll for the two thousand eighteen generic congressional ballot has democrats ahead of republicans by eight percent jack jill illinois republicans have nominated governor bruce runner to run for a second term he'll face billionaire businessman jv pritzker wins the democratic primary for governor republicans have also nominated eric herald to run for attorney general she was crowned miss america fifteen years ago the supreme court has blocked the execution of missouri death row inmate only hours before it was scheduled tuesday five justices ruling that a rare medical condition could've caused russell buckley unnecessary pain and suffering making his execution constitutional fox news fair and balanced.

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Mayor Emanuel, Supt. Johnson call on Gov. Rauner to sign gun control bill

All News, Traffic and Weather

02:11 min | 3 years ago

Mayor Emanuel, Supt. Johnson call on Gov. Rauner to sign gun control bill

"The storm is going to bring an awful lot of snow this time around bought also this time around wbz he's mike macklin says coastal communities couldn't avoid some severe flooding light the town's dpw director kevin cavity looked out at a calm peaceful see mindful of the damage caused by the surf of the last two nor'easter's hopeful tomorrow's won't be as bad tied to down it's not nascar nommik lie tied there's not a formal unlike we just had so were hoping it's a lot better in from what we've seen from the weather forecasts of everything they say is correct it should just be minor in nature a lot of slow who does that put behind the eightball well obviously dpw because we have to get a clear and get the roads open a job that promises to make tomorrow a busy day in scituate mike macklin wbz news radio 1030 the winner of the huge powerball jackpot in new hampshire this past january can remain anonymous but must let us know where she lives ever since that drawing on january nine th we've known who didn't win the nearly five hundred sixty million powerball jackpot including the lottery directorate new hampshire where the winning ticket was sold or walk your door it's not not be and perhaps we never will know a judge ruled the woman who signed the winning ticket later learned she could have shielded her identity by using the name of a trust she was upset to learn that her lawyers said that wasn't printed on the ticket in argued her privacy interests outweigh the public's right to know her name the judge agreed but said her home town can be released scott goldberg abc news chicago's mayor and police superintendent are demanding illinois governor bruce round near signed a bill tightening gun laws in that state superintendant eddie johnson spoke just moments after attending the arraignment of the man accused of killing police commander paul bauer last month it won't bring back our loved ones will command a bauer what is the least we can do to show their families that we remember them and are fighting for their memories and legacies governor rounder please scientists beal has four the governor he has not indicated that he will sign it he does have six weeks to decide storm number three for the march condition still more major cell totals.

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"governor bruce" Discussed on WCPT 820

WCPT 820

02:22 min | 3 years ago

"governor bruce" Discussed on WCPT 820

"As kind of the same story announced that he will not be seeking reelection and the end the fourth congressional district race got out of control so that was our number fivestorey number four all boy benz number one source amazon hired it'll be number one and two thousand at a new we're going to be talking about that for a long time don't worry about that everybody i saw and then it's now time for number three ready to do this bent let's find out our number three story showing two number three all right number three they've been remember that time when illinois governor bruce rounder sign that hp forty bill is talking about this terry dc god's werleigh the you remember that though when illinois democrats were thankfully supplies the milloy republicans were also thankfully enraged might end decision you remember that oh yeah me too so for those who don't know the before forty bill will expand medicaid and state employees health insurance to cover abortions would seem obvious right up build it proabortion republican governor signing an thing right wealth wrong we were all shocked for us over here on the left it was party time but over on the right they were ready for war furious republicans immediately took to the media to announce that they will not be supporting governor around into 2018 gubernatorial election this happened so much that bruce rammer of visually wound up with republican primary opponent in illinois state rep jeannie eyes and while the governor does want you to believe as genie ives may be more of a threat to the governor than we think we have yet to hear of a republican bigwig i frankly nolan's favorite peter roskam will be supporting round result still out there in illinois each be forty bruce ratner signing it number three on the top stories dillon only endorse chicago terry caused votes age should be number one therere guess what the three o'clock hour off when things for certain it will still be alive as the issue and two thousand eighteen 'cause bruce rauner is walking in tape role to more to go to martagov we're going to find out what they are before the program ends today also keep your song titles and movie titled coming down done all right we have people lined up to.

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"governor bruce" Discussed on 1170 The Answer

1170 The Answer

02:48 min | 3 years ago

"governor bruce" Discussed on 1170 The Answer

"Announcement video now you have a choice we don't throw in the towel walk away and leave our future to the same corrupt career politicians were region i choose the whole point of the article and this is really the only thing that republican governor bruce rauner can say the whole point of this announcement video is that he's gonna fight a he's gonna keep fighting against mike matt again he's going to keep fighting against the democrats who have ruled this state and that's all good and well i suppose here's the problem it will not governor bruce rounder announced today that he's running for reelection he can't win that's the problem he can't win he can't win because he made the illinois a sanctuary state he can't win supply problem it was a great video today video announcement i mean had he put a lot of money into it he's got a lot of money he looked good net jacket again but again he can't win he became the first governor in the country to sign legislation forcing taxpayers to pay for abortion on demand he can't win there is a sizable number of republican voters in this state who will never vote for him never never never doesn't matter if he hops and that motorcycle of his again doesn't matter if he puts on that power lead jacket again he can't win too many republicans won't vote for him because no is excited about him anymore and i don't know over republican who can believe anything he says it's a shame i knew today was common i knew he was going to announce that he's running again i wish she wasn't i wish we had a candidate who could win next november in what will be a really tough year his adamant the democrats to run the whole state again with his lawn okay it's a real problem.

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"governor bruce" Discussed on Super Station 101

Super Station 101

01:32 min | 3 years ago

"governor bruce" Discussed on Super Station 101

"I can debate with them i can argue with them i believe what they say i disagree with them on the issue of abortion and i will fight them did the death on the issue of abortion but i know they're being honest with me about the issue of abortion you annoys governor bruce rauner i i don't know what to believe with him maybe that's what so disappointing generally about illinois governor bruce rounder i don't know what to i'm a republican i'm a conservative i'm on the radio all over the state i'm a former congressman i support of the guy when he got elected in twenty four t i don't know what to make of them i don't know where re stands i i don't know what to believe when it comes to illinois governor bruce rauner i it he he he's afraid to talk about obamacare he's afraid to talk about medicaid expansion dog god it it you you you you still left to put a gun to his head to get him to say that name donald trump out loud and even that and i don't know that he will.

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"governor bruce" Discussed on 560 KLZ The Source

560 KLZ The Source

02:29 min | 3 years ago

"governor bruce" Discussed on 560 KLZ The Source

"I need your help again the rumors hour that are republican governor is going to do something really bad again next week we touched upon this earlier this week there is a bill that would provide for tax payer funding of abortions in the state of illinois and that bill is going to be put on governor bruce rounders desk any day and back in april and may governor bruce rounders said that he would veto that bill that would provide for tax payer funding of abortions in illinois and right now governor bruce rauner republican governor bruce rounder is saying that he doesn't know he's undecided so he's already moved i'm hearing there's a sense of urgency here i'm hearing that this bill that would provide for tax payer funding of abortions in illinois i am here rain that this bill could be placed on his desk next week maybe even as early as monday or tuesday i have a fear that governor bruce rauner is going to sign the bill i am worried that in fearful of the fact the possibility that republican governor bruce rauner is going to sign this bill h b forty age b forty providing for tax payer funding of abortions in illinois and look i uh i'm gonna ask you to call the governor because i think this is probably coming down next week and i know many of you like me when governor bruce rauner decided a few weeks back to make you'll noise sanctuary state many of.

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"governor bruce" Discussed on 560 KLZ The Source

560 KLZ The Source

02:26 min | 3 years ago

"governor bruce" Discussed on 560 KLZ The Source

"You felt like that's the final straw i told you publicly it was my final straw i'm on it look i i'm all about republicans being unified but come on now how many times do i have to bend over and let you kick me in the ass come on now come i'm now republican governor bruce rounder and look we know that he's he's pro abortion he's said that we know that but to sign a bill that would make taxpayers in illinois pay for abortions that would make the state of illinois one of the most idiotic lee crazy proabortion states in the country you can't sign that you can't let that happen there are republicans i know who are all over the place on abortion i know we've got pro life in pro choice republicans proabortion republicans i know we do i know we've got folks in illinois independence and even some democrats who may be pro life or they consider themselves to be prochoice but man the thought that that that tax payers in illinois should be paying four portions i worry that governor bruce rounder is running so hard to his left to sound like the most leftists democrat he can sound like in order to get reelected but if he were listening right now and i know he's not listening right now because i don't think he watches listens to this show but if he were list nin right now i would let him know that there comes a point there comes a point governor rauner where you move and runs so hard to your left that good decent godfearing people on your right to say that's too far and they will not vote for you and they will not support you and i fear that if governor bruce rounder next week approves taxpayer funding of abortions in the state of illinois i fear once again that's going to be a bunch of republicans in a bunch of conservatives who will not vote for this man so let's hope that he doesn't do it call him to one seven seven eight.

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"governor bruce" Discussed on WGTK

WGTK

02:30 min | 3 years ago

"governor bruce" Discussed on WGTK

"I need your help again the rumors hour that are republican governor is going to do something really bad again next week we touched upon this earlier this week there is a bill that would provide for taxpayer funding of abortions in the state of illinois and that bill is going to be put and governor bruce rounders desk any day and back in april and may governor bruce rounder said that he would veto that bill that would provide for tax payer funding of abortions in illinois and right now governor bruce round republican governor bruce rauner is saying that he doesn't know he's undecided so he's already moved i'm hearing there's a sense of urgency here i'm hearing that this bill that would provide for tax payer funding of abortions in illinois i am here rain that this bill could be placed on his desk next week maybe even as early as monday or tuesday i have a fear that governor bruce rauner is going to sign the bill i am worried that in fearful of the fact the possibility that republican governor bruce rauner is going to sign this bill h b forty age b forty providing for tax payer funding of abortions in illinois and look i uh i'm going to ask you to call the governor because i think this is probably coming down next week and i know many of you like me when governor bruce rauner decided a few weeks back to make illinois a sanctuary state many of.

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"governor bruce" Discussed on WGTK

WGTK

02:26 min | 3 years ago

"governor bruce" Discussed on WGTK

"You felt like that's the final straw i told you publicly it was my final straw i'm look i i'm all about republicans being unified but komo now how many times do i have to bend over and let you kick me in the ass komo now come on now republican governor bruce rauner and local we know that he's east proabortion he's said that we know that but to sign a bill that would make taxpayers in illinois pay for abortions that would make the state of illinois one of the most eighty atakli crazy proabortion states in the country you can't sign that you can't let that happen there are republicans i know who are all over the place on abortion i know we've got pro life in pro choice republicans proabortion republicans i know we do i know we've got folks in illinois independence and even some democrats who may be pro life or they consider themselves to be prochoice but man the thought that that that tax payers in illinois should be paying four fortunes i worry that governor bruce rounder is running so hard to his left to sound like the most leftists democrat he can sound like in order to get reelected but if he were listening right now and i know he's not listening right now because i don't think he watches listens to this show but if he were listening right now i would let him know that there comes a point there comes a point governor rauner where you move and runs so hard to your left that good decent godfearing people on your right to say that's too far and they will not vote for you and they will not support you and i fear that if governor bruce rounder next week approves taxpayer funding of abortions in the state of illinois i fear once again that's going to be a bunch of republicans in a bunch of conservatives who will not vote for this man so let's hope that he doesn't do it call him to one seven seven eight.

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"governor bruce" Discussed on Super Station 101

Super Station 101

02:26 min | 3 years ago

"governor bruce" Discussed on Super Station 101

"You felt like that's the final straw i told you publicly it was my final straw ammo look i i'm all about republicans being unified but come on now how many times do i have to bend over and let you kick me in the ass on now come i'm now republican governor bruce rounder and look we know that he's east proabortion he's said that we know that but to sign a bill that would make taxpayers in illinois pay for abortions that would make the state of illinois one of the most idiotic lee crazy proabortion states in the country you can't sign that you can't let that happen there are republicans i know who are all over the place on abortion i know we've got pro life in pro choice republicans proabortion republicans i know we do i know we've got folks in illinois independence in even some democrats who may be pro life or they consider themselves to be prochoice but man the thought that that that tax payers in illinois should be paying four boertien says i worry that governor bruce rauner is running so hard to his left to sound like the most leftists democrat he can sound like in order to get reelected but if he were listening right now and i know he's not listening right now is i don't think he watches listens to this show but if he were listener gene right now i would let him know that there comes a point there comes a point governor rauner where you move and runs so hard to your left that good decent godfearing people on your right to say that's too far and they will not vote for you and they will not support you and i fear that if governor bruce rounder next week approves taxpayer funding of abortions in the state of illinois i fear once again that's going to be a bunch of republicans in a bunch of conservatives who will not vote for this man so let's hope that he doesn't do it call him to one seven seven eight.

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"governor bruce" Discussed on WLOB

WLOB

02:08 min | 3 years ago

"governor bruce" Discussed on WLOB

"Mike gallagher governor of illinois governor bruce rauner a rauner a republican told reporters i think it's awesome to have an obama day it's incredibly proud for illinois that the president came from illinois who roll all right ronald reagan all no no you mean barack obama because there is no ronald reagan day apparently in illinois dan your first up on the mike gallagher show hi doing dan great great show thank you i agree i agree all are to do it yet arrogant neater day wavy ordered it issa word during obama you should have a day of mourning for all the children and they killed in straight if it rush right i mean of incredible that that's not even the the front and center issue dan that the the violence that the plagues chicago and parts of illinois the heroin the opioid problem the states like illinois in and that that problem that's existing all over the country instead there they're busy unanimously leave voting for obama day in the state of illinois glad we agree thank you sir robert your next how you doing robert very good thank you i i agree wholeheartedly with your previous caller it should be devoted to those children that are being killed every day in chicago would it be nice if president obama had that responses that you know what i appreciate the honor but instead of having a day for me why don't we why don't we take days to focus on trying to battle the violence the and the and the gangs and the deaths of of the of the children in the streets of the of illinois act on did he in the farm oil walked down those three of rp side of god three king exactly what you jeff well we can dare to dream you know not likely it's going to happen but you never know speaking at the democrats have you follow this story about this it specialist who is trying to flee the country with the all kinds of money weird things happening debbie wasserman schultz arguing update kim strasser from the wall street journal coming up next.

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"governor bruce" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:33 min | 3 years ago

"governor bruce" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Is in negotiations to join the european union that's a long way off but if turkey were for example to reinstate the death penalty that could be an obstacle to eu membership i was in paris lauren freyer thank you so much you're welcome you'll annoy the land of lincoln is having a little trouble making democracy work governor bruce rounder is in a fight with lawmakers over school funding one potential consequence could be public schools failing to receive state money from wbz in chicago tony arnold report governor rauner says education is an issue that unifies democrats and republicans and then on tuesday he vetoed a major bill that sets the funding formula for schools both parties actually agree that illinois current method of distributing money to schools there's inequitable and has not properly funded lowincome districts for decades but round blamed democrats for drafting a bill that veils out chicago schools and it's underfunded pension system some people in this building chose to politicize the issue employed third assume football with our jobs future rounder says he would redistribute the money to other school districts democrats accused rounder of jenny enough anger in rural and suburban parts of the state against chicago even though chicago public schools has historically been underfunded the fight has gotten nasty here's democratic senate president john kalitan on why it took two months to even send the bill to rounder because of the mental state of the governor it's been the fact than as i said he's really had a bad month colloton is referring to the democrats two year budget fight with rounder the political stalemate only ended last month when he levin republicans voted with democrats for a budget that raises income taxes after that about twenty members of rounders administration read their fired or quit the governor who's up for reelection next year replaced his top staff with members of a conservative advocacy group rana recently said his new staff has not changed his views in aga democrats of my administration of gut republicans got the whole cross spectrum i don't care about partisanship nobody tells me what my policies our nobody meantime the question remains of how long schools can last before they can't afford the hold classes comptroller susannah mendoza says it won't be long before schools run out of money it will be a matter of mon the floor with the complete meltdown of art k through twelve education can hear them all night during.

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"governor bruce" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:18 min | 3 years ago

"governor bruce" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"The illinois the land of lincoln is having a little trouble making democracy work governor bruce route or is it a fight with lawmakers over school funding one potential consequence could be public schools failing to receive save money from wbz in chicago tony arnold report governor rauner says education is an issue that unifies democrats and republicans and then on tuesday he vetoed a major bill that sets the funding formula for schools both parties actually agree that illinois current method of distributing money to schools is inequitable and has not properly funded lowincome districts for decades the rauner blames democrats for drafting a bill that bails out chicago schools and it's underfunded pension system some people in this building chose to politicize the issue employed partisan football with our kids' future rounder says you would redistribute the money to other school districts democrats accused rounder of jenin up anger in rural and suburban parts of the state against chicago even though chicago public schools has historically been underfunded the fight has gotten nasty here's democratic senate president john colloton on why it took two months to even send the bill to rounder yeah it's because of the mental state of the governor it's been the fact that as i said he's really had a bad month colloton is referring to the democrats two year budget fight with rounder the political stalemate only ended last month when he levin republicans voted with democrats for a budget that raises income taxes after that about twenty members of rounders administration reader fired or quit the governor who's up for reelection next year replaces top staff with members of a conservative advocacy group rana recently said his new staff has not changed his views in our gut democrats and my administration of got republicans i've got the whole cross spectrum i don't care about partisanship and nobody tells me what my policies our nobody meantime the question remains of how long schools him last before they can't afford the hold classes comptroller susannah mendoza says it won't be long before schools run out of money it will be a matter as much before we'd be at complete meltdown admired k through twelve education you're all online during.

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"governor bruce" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:23 min | 3 years ago

"governor bruce" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"The illinois the land of lincoln is having a little trouble making democracy work governor bruce route or is it a fight with lawmakers over school funding one potential consequence could be public schools failing to receive state money from wbz in chicago tony arnold reports governor rounder says education is an issue that unifies democrats and republicans and then on tuesday he vetoed a major bill that sets the funding formula for schools both parties actually agree that illinois his current method of distributing money to schools is inequitable and has not properly funded lowincome districts for decades but rauner ames democrats for drafting a bill that bails out chicago's schools and it's underfunded pension system some people in this building chose to politicize the issue and play partisan football with our kids' future rounder says he would redistribute the money to other school districts democrats accused rounder of jim in up anger and rural and suburban parts of the state against chicago even though chicago public schools has historically been underfunded the fight has gotten nasty here's democratic senate president john carton on why it took two months to even send the bill to rounder yeah it's because of the mental state of the governor it's been the fact that as i said israel we had a bad month colloton is referring to the democrats two year budget fight with rounder the political stalemate only ended last month when he levin republicans voted with democrats for a budget that raises income taxes after that about twenty members of rounders administration either fired or quit the governor who's a for reelection next year replaced top staff with members of a conservative advocacy group rana recently said his new staff has not changed his views in aga democrats and my administration of gut republicans i've got the whole cross spectrum idle carabella partisanship and nobody tells me what my policies are nobody meantime the question remains of how long schools can last before they can't afford to hold classes comptroller susannah mendoza says it won't be long before schools run out of money it'll be a matter as launched a floor see the complete meltdown admired k through twelve education give here overnight during the two year long budget impasse universities and social services had.

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"governor bruce" Discussed on WPRO 630AM

WPRO 630AM

02:27 min | 3 years ago

"governor bruce" Discussed on WPRO 630AM

"A crisis and he handled it as a crisis do you think that governor bruce sundlun or governor donka cherry one democrat one republican governor of i'm gone way back now this is way before my time governor film the well you think these governors of our past would have sat on the sidelines with no budget with a with the unknown looming about school districts do you think that they would allow people to be standing outside on their watch and not even do a darn thing about it governor chafee i i i uh he's he's a different persona personality now they're all very different governor lincoln almond was uh someone that most people could really get a good handle on he was just a very even keeled even piste type of a governor and then you had other you know other politicians such as had such wing of liked him or not whether you thought they were over the top are not even buddy cnc mayor cnc the late uh walk into a room whether you cared for his politics or whatever he had going on at at any moment in time is irrelevant right now if you don't think he he commanded the room bruce sunland commanded the room are even anyone who's been in the presence i will say when he came into massachusetts and i knew people that were there for then candidate presidential candidate donald trump they said wow i couldn't believe the presence we are are those people today where are the people that walk into the room and i don't care if you're like a minority think they're shady think that they're an ego maniac this something to be said for that and i just don't see anyone walking into the room and saying this is the way it's going to be done like it or not i i think the whole mission of let's try to make governor raimondo more likeable i think it's the time it's past she should be a hard core.

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"governor bruce" Discussed on WGTK

WGTK

02:38 min | 3 years ago

"governor bruce" Discussed on WGTK

"And thousands of just average people illinois we will knock on doors and make phone calls to help get you elected we have to defeat these republican traders who else screwed illinois yesterday i think governor bruce rounder did i don't think of eight years what i think i still do not believe governor bruce rounder did not want his veto overridden it would not have been overridden i think governor bruce ronna romney this tax increase and he wants to run against it to i don't think in fact i know oh governor bruce rounder did not lift a finger not one finger to convince those ten republican traders to not override his veto that's on him governor bruce rounder is complicit in this as well you know who else screwed illinois yesterday the voters of illinois i mean it eventually ultimately right it's on us it's on the voters who put these democrats and republicans in charge flame the politicians all you want it's the voters who sent the people there who have screwed the state it's on the voters as well hey there was a time when college campuses were the front line in the battle to protect free speech but today it's the most dangerous place for ideas in our country political correctness protesting speakers and safe spaces have put our first amendment right under attack and this is in part listen issue even liberal comedians bill maher and jerry seinfeld refused to perform on college campuses because of this that's why dennis prager and adam corolla are hitting the road to confront this growing problem in their new movie no safe spaces it's an effort to understand why this is happening and how we can protect our rights in the future but they need your help hollywood won't make this movie that's why they created a campaign to raise the funds themselves they want to get this move into theaters all across the country and you can help just go to their website no safe spaces dot com and donate today to help get this important message out to the masses knows safe spaces dot com hey it's going to.

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"governor bruce" Discussed on Here & Now

Here & Now

01:36 min | 3 years ago

"governor bruce" Discussed on Here & Now

"Brian thank you for comment my pleasure thank you pierre support for here and now and the following message come from sun basket son basket makes it easy to cook nutritionist approved meals in your own kitchen with organic non gmo ingredients from farms and fishermen sent directly to your door choose from paleo glutenfree vegetarian breakfast and family options you'll get pre measured ingredients and easy to follow directions and get dinner on the table and thirty minutes it's healthy cooking designed to fit your busy lifestyle and it's delicious here and now listeners get their first three meals free at sundance get dot com slash now a budget crisis in illinois that's been boiling over for more than two years is a few steps closer to a resolution yesterday during an unusual fourth of july session state senators passed a bill that would end illinois recordsetting budget impasse but governor bruce rounder vetoed that budget and later in the day the senate voted to override the veto the bill now goes to the house and tony arnold who covers state politics for wb easy in chicago joins us now tony alana whiplash going on at the state house a what was in that senate bill that the governor couldn't support it wasn't just so much what was in it but also what was not an it one thing that was in it that he cannot support is a permanent income tax hike for so that people in illinois have four point nine five percent of their income go to the state of illinois rather than three point seven five.

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"governor bruce" Discussed on Here & Now

Here & Now

01:39 min | 3 years ago

"governor bruce" Discussed on Here & Now

"From npr and wbur i'm robin young i'm jeremy hobson it's here and now and we are coming up on july i which is a critical day for businesses and governments for many it's the beginning of the new fiscal year and in illinois july i would mark two years without a budget the republican governor bruce rounder has been at odds with the democratic legislature and for the last nine days they've been in a special legislative session to try to hammer out a deal here's rauner so once again we ask lawmakers to please do what is right for our state focus on the next generation and not just the next election for more we're joined by nyla buddhu who host the twentyfirst statewide public radio program produced by illinois public media high nylon he jeremy ed so far it looks like in this special a legislative session not a lot is getting done what what's been happening right jeremy actually it's an interesting thing there's some state reporters who are even taken to calling this political prayers are calling it a sham session because the actual part of a session you might think there's lawmakers who are meeting in talking about everything they're just gambling in for a couple of minutes stays literally i'm talking about like seven to ten minutes by what we do what what what happens is they then leave any kind of our than working out backroom deals which is basically the only way this will get on in yesterday we did actually see leaders meeting democrats and republicans and a significant thing that reporters are reading into the tea leaves is after the meeting they're not talking very much which for us is a good sign because it means they're not complaining about each other that much there really trying to work out a deal hopefully what is the fundamental disagreement here between the republican governor and the democratic legislature.

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