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Conan O'Brien Ends TBS Late-Night Show With Snark, Gratitude

AP News Radio

00:55 sec | Last month

Conan O'Brien Ends TBS Late-Night Show With Snark, Gratitude

"After eleven years Conan o'brien wrapped up his TV talk show between NBC and TBS Conan o'brien has been a host for twenty eight years really it's getting creepy there were plenty of clips of all shows in a farewell from will Ferrell is there for you your final late night show and your last tonight show the episode and and now this one yeah that's true it's kind of become a tradition I'll tell you what it is it's exhausting as the final TBA show was wrapping up I have devoted all of my adult life all of it to pursuing this strange phantom intersection between smart and stupid o'brien got serious try and do what you love with people you love and if you can manage that it's the definition of heaven on earth this is not the end of Conant tonight thank you governor Bryant next venture is a weekly variety series for HBO Max set to premiere next year I bet Donahue

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"governor bryant" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

04:10 min | 6 months ago

"governor bryant" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"You're listening to the takeaway. I'm tansy No Vega, and it's great to have you with us. A number of people who've received the Corona virus vaccine in the United States continues to lag far behind the number of vaccines that have actually been sent out to find out why these delays are happening and how cities and states are dealing with the vaccine rollout more broadly. We've been checking in with local leaders from across the country. Today we go to Georgia, which has distributed a smaller percentage of its vaccines than any other state. That's according to CDC data. Reports are detail ng health departments that are overwhelmed by calls from residents trying to schedule vaccinations. And as this delayed rollout is taking place. Georgia has had Mork over 19 hospitalizations in recent days than at any other point in the pandemic. Joining me now to discuss is Mayor Van Johnson of Savannah, Georgia. Mayor Johnson. Thanks for coming back on the take away Thank you so much, and I appreciate the opportunity to be back with you. So at the end of December, Georgia Governor Brian Camp added more categories of people who should take priority when it comes to being vaccinated. Did that announcement make the rollout Mork complicated in Savannah? Well, I think that the fact was that we need to have a plan that was well thought out, and that was really accurately being able to gauge how many people would want to take advantage of this opportunity. So, of course, adding more categories for we really had a feel for how things were going, I think, certainly complicated the issue. Mayor. How would you assess Savannah right now in terms of the vaccine rollout? Uh um. Right now, I would place us at being overwhelmed. Um, I think that again our local folks here in the ground and doing the best they can. Um, I think it's just too many people. Then, of course, we just need help from the state to help us to be able to manage it. We don't have the resource is here to be able to take the calls and to get charts in arms. If if I could, we would be doing this 24 hours a day here in Savannah. So what's preventing that mayor Because I'm wondering if you're asking if Governor camp is opening up, you know, adding more people to the priority list. And you are saying we need help. What is the disconnect there? The disconnect is that you have a governor does not communicate with his with mayors of his cities and folks haven't didn't communities which he serves. We hear about his plans by press conference or press release. And so there is no consideration given to those of us on the ground that our citizens start to call when they realize they cannot get through because phone numbers of jammed and websites have crashed. Mayor back in April. You spoke with us on this show and you were frustrated with Governor Bryant came for pushing to reopen businesses in the state. What did that the push to reopen businesses in the state due to Theseventies, pretty of the Corona virus outbreak in the city of Savannah. Well, I think it is. It's almost solely responsible for our increase. Um Georgia was the last to close and the first open when I issued the first mandate in the state of Georgia. July. The first the rest of George's trying to taking note and George George George. We still do not have even on this day have a mandatory of mass mandate. The governors of our bars and restaurants remain open. Um, he's also said that businesses can decide for themselves whether to mandate mask within their establishments. So Savannah has an in season Georgia have a bipolar effect. Essentially, we have in our public spaces mandates from asked, But then when you go into a private place, they may decide not to wear a mask. Well, that leads to this is confused. And as a result, we have a lot of visitors to come to our city, and they come to our city to get away from places like New York.

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"governor bryant" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

01:53 min | 7 months ago

"governor bryant" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"Is that you have Ah case and likely more cases in California, and we likely will be seeing reports from other states Colorado with the first Dr Michelle Baron of U. C health tells Kmgh, the Copa 19 variant. Found in Colorado is certainly not the last. We actually don't know that it's not already in other parts of the United States or other parts of the world. I would say almost with certainty it is because this is just what viruses do what she says The new Corona virus variant will continue spreading around the country. But he and other experts say there's no reason for alarm. There's a call for Georgia Governor Bryant have to resign. President Trump called for Georgia Republican Governor Brian Kim's resignation, hammering him for refusing to back up the president's claim that he carried Georgia in the November presidential election. President Trump and his allies who train their grievances at camp in Georgia, Secretary of state Brad Rapids, Burger, also Republican, accusing the duo of mismanaging the election in Georgia. Mr. Trump's Tweet, however, marked the first time the president has called for Kemp to step down. Bernie Bennett reporting. UK, Providence to Boris Johnson says UK legislators have approved the new Brexit trade deal. In the heart of this bill is one of the biggest free trade agreements in the world as our asses we've discussed in this chamber many times. Mr Speaker, a comprehensive Canada style deal worth over £660 billion, which, if anything, should allow companies to do even more business with our European friends, safeguarding millions of jobs on livelihoods in our UK and across the continent. Has paved the way for an orderly break with the block that will finally complete the U. K's long and divisive Brexit journey or the stories of town Hall. Com. I grew up Pope, which is even worse than being from port.

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"governor bryant" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

01:49 min | 7 months ago

"governor bryant" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"I don't know that it's not already in other parts of the United States or other parts of the world. I would say almost with certainty it is because this is just what viruses do what she says The new Corona virus variant will continue spreading around the country. But he and other experts say there's no reason for alarm. There's a call for Georgia Governor Bryant have to resign. President Trump called for Georgia Republican Governor Brian Kim's resignation, hammering him for refusing to back up the president's claim that he carried Georgia in the November presidential election. President Trump and his allies who train their grievances at camp in Georgia, Secretary of state Brad Rapids, Burger, also Republican, accusing the duo of mismanaging the election in Georgia. Mr. Trump's Tweet, however, marked the first time the president has called for Kemp to step down. Bernie Bennett reporting. You can't Providence to Boris Johnson says UK legislators have approved the new Brexit trade deal. In the heart of this bill is one of the biggest free trade agreements in the world. Aziz we've discussed in this chamber many times. Mr Speaker, a comprehensive Canada style deal worth over £660 billion, which it anything should allow companies to do even more business with our European friends, safeguarding millions of jobs on livelihoods in our UK and across the continent. Has paved the way for an orderly break with a block that will finally complete the U. K's long and divisive Brexit journey or the stories of town Hall. Com. I grew up Pope, which is even worse than being from port to CEO. The incredible journey of Herman Cain, my American dream and tail of working hard and making twisted $1000 a year. But I surpassed that goal became a corporate CEO hold the story of one man's amazing journey from.

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The Latest: Novavax's COVID vaccine to be studied in the US

AP News Radio

00:34 sec | 7 months ago

The Latest: Novavax's COVID vaccine to be studied in the US

"The vaccine rollout continues this week New Jersey governor Phil Murphy was at a long term care facility in old bridge long term care facilities across the entire nation and certainly here had been crushed by covered nineteen they are born outside as burden of this pandemic Georgia governor Bryant camp but a long term care facility in Gainesville announced extra incentive for getting the vaccine each frontline worker who's vaccinated receive a waffle house gift card and if that doesn't get you in line I don't know what will hi Shelley Adler

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"governor bryant" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

06:12 min | 10 months ago

"governor bryant" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Is the price action ahead of all of that your market opened just around the corner, one hour. And around about 40 minutes away. The story right now is you're a dollar 1 17 61 fertile by third of 1% a week, a dollar futures positive about 31 as we kick off for 9/10 of 1% Plenty of happy talk down in DC about the prospect of clothes in that gap. Between Republicans and Democrats. And as that talk really starts to boil up over the last 24 hours. Treasury yields just creep in a little bit higher 70 basis points earlier. There it is Tom 0.69. 88%. I have to say not just the fiscal talks, though, Tom the data yesterday pretty decent, so pretty decent to Pepsico out with better than expected organic revenue growth interview forward as well. 30 Year bond 1.4768 rounded up 1.40% showing the changing mood. The economic news flow is so important. That we could begin a three hour conversation with Michael McKee, our economics and policy correspondent this morning. We're not going to do that. But we are going to go to a store that's boring and buried, but has huge symbolism. Michael McKee knows that Randall quarrels holds court at the Fed is a vice chairman of sort of the financial regulatory as well. Michael McKean, Mr Quarrels and all made an important announcement. Mr Diamond, Mr Moynahan and the rest yesterday. Yeah, This is something that certainly gets investors attentions. Earlier this year, the Fed Suspended by backs for banks that may that have over 100 billion in assets and put dividends on a formula based on what their capital ratios are. They extended that that was supposed to expire yesterday. They have now extended that threw the fourth quarter because this gets back to what Jim O'Sullivan was talking about. When you think about Ah, weak jobs report maybe telling people there might be a double dip ahead. The feds looking out and saying, that is a possibility, and we want to make sure that the banks are adequately capitalized, so they voted to extend that yesterday for another quarter. The banks have already said that they're expecting huge loans. You look at the J. P. Morgan Chase, Citigroup and Wells Fargo alone in the second quarter set aside 28 billion in low loss like this 33 banks involved here is Jamie Diamond, having a tantrum with his team because he's rock solid. Seven other banks aren't I mean, is it every bank equal or they just bundling, bundling them in all together. While every bank is not equal, and the largest banks have the largest systemic risks to the economy, But in general, Fed officials say the banks are well capitalized, and it shouldn't be a problem. Tom Barkin told us that yesterday in RMB with the Richmond Fed bank president, but They want to make sure that if the skies turned cloudy and dark again that the banking system is in good shape, and so they're they're going to extend this for one more quarter. It just means that the bank's probably bank's probably more upset Tom with the fact that they can't buy back stock when it's so cheap because nobody wants to buy banks right now. Mark. It could be worse. Governor Bryant dissented had done previously and set the following that the capital distributions would quote create a significant risk the banks will need to raise capital cartel credit. A challenging time now, Mike. What? I haven't heard enough discussion on this morning. Is that Governor brain? It gets a whole lot more interesting. As we get closer to this election That could be a future Treasury secretary, essentially saying She doesn't think there should be any dividends or buybacks whatsoever your thoughts on that this morning, Mike. Yes, She's been very strict on this and one of the probably the most doctrinaire of fed officials. She's the only real Democrat on the board that's left and she believes that the banks should retain capital because there is a danger out there, and that bank capital ratio should be higher. So it would be interesting to see if she were indeed on the short list for Treasury secretary and she's been mentioned. Whether she would bring those arguments not just from the Fed, but to the banking regulators that the Treasury Department supervisors including the controller of the currency. Yeah, well, I will say, Mike, this is a conversation that we have ongoing over the next two weeks as we have a drumbeat in a bank earnings. How much will they become utilities in some way following this recession? I do want to talk, though. About this dissonance between the bearish view based on how much money the bank's air holding to cover loan losses, and this fed conservatism with the markets with stocks that have been going gangbusters with credit people piling funds into that, given what we're expected to see with the jobs report in less than 40 minutes, How much is the economy? Turning? Faster than perhaps some people are pricing it. So far, we have seen a faster turnaround in the economy, then it was perhaps expected back in May in June, when we were just coming out of this jobless claims 850,000 is the forecast for this morning. We'll see if that's lower than it comes in lower than that. The issue is that because all of the cares act stimulus for the economy has pretty much expired. Now you saw these job layoff announcements yesterday. The airlines can now lay off people. Starting today that things are going to turn bad again, and people have been reluctant to invest in banks. Because really, what they've been doing is making money on trading revenue and that could turn south lending has not been really profitable except for in the mortgage area. And so there are concerns about where banks would end up if the economy got dragged again down again, particularly if something went wrong in the stock market, Mike when we look at some of these tens of thousands of job cuts that have been announced over the past 48 hours Is this creative destruction or is this just destruction? For the most part, it's just destruction. Creative destruction military implies that modern businesses would come along and supplant those that can no longer keep up on the example. Everybody uses the buggy whip industry when we invented automobiles. This is just jobs lost because we shut down the economy. And that's what Tom barking was talking about yesterday. It's hard to bring back jobs because instead of creating new jobs to replace them in different industries, you just eliminating the jobs. Mark McKay always great gay thoughts on a show to catch up with you in around about 35 minutes time when we get initial jobless claims in America, Tom the data just around the corner..

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"governor bryant" Discussed on WSB-AM

WSB-AM

01:34 min | 1 year ago

"governor bryant" Discussed on WSB-AM

"Many states to dial back reopening plans. The top local news every 30 minutes, and when it breaks 95.5 WSB depend on it. Georgia State House Democrats react to news of the special session just enough. Governor Bryant camp wants to bring lawmakers back to fix a technical error with a bill related to tax credits on federal aid for hurricane relief that may be used for budgetary and oversight issues as well. House Minority Leader Bob Trammel believes it's a political move for state oversight of Hartsfield Jackson Airport president litigation between Governor Get up in the city of Atlanta. You have to come to the conclusion that that's what that word is talking about, he says. If lawmakers are brought back Medicaid expansion should be taken up A CZ well. Sandor Parish, 95.5 WSB and at least a sign college football season is around the corner or sports director J. Black has the first coaches poll of the dogs in it last season right fourth, and that is where the coaches will start them. This year. It is the third straight season Eugene has been ranked in the top five in the preseason bowl. There's a lot to like this year to led by maybe the nation's best defense. Clemson starts the season number one for a second straight year. Then it's Ohio State, Alabama, and L S U is number five. We don't know who George will play yet, but we do know the opener has been scheduled for September 26th You'll hear it right here on the home of the dog's J. Black 95.5 Ws and WSB News time is 203 for 24 hours a day live local coverage of the day's top stories delivered to you on air. On your smart speaker and on the WSB Radio, 95.5.

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Bioethicist Jessica Flanigan On Libertarian Views Toward Face Mask Laws

All Things Considered

04:59 min | 1 year ago

Bioethicist Jessica Flanigan On Libertarian Views Toward Face Mask Laws

"I'm going to stay on the subject of face mask a little longer as you probably know government orders to wear some kind of face covering whether outdoors or indoors or triggering hostility and some quarters, even though in the absence of a vaccine for covert 19 Health experts say face coverings remain one of the best tools to fight the spread on Wednesday, Georgia's governor Bryant can't even banned local governments for enforcing these laws. Now, critics of these laws generally say these mask orders violate their right to individual liberty, so we wanted to go a little bit deeper on this argument, which is generally described as libertarian. We've called on Jessica Flanagan for this. She teaches bio ethics at the University of Richmond and is the author of the book. Pharmaceutical Freedom. Why Patients have a right to self medicate and she is with us now, Professor Flanagan. Welcome. Thank you for joining us. Thank you. So let me just establish a few things before we start our conversation. We're not going to focus on people who don't take the virus seriously because it is serious. I mean, at least twice as many people have already died from this virus as dying a terrible year of the common flu, and we're also going to skip past people who say they're not wearing a mass because they somehow think it shows their support for President Trump. If they don't wear masks that's not Focus here. We want to focus on the core idea of individual liberty versus the common good and health context. So just start there. If you would, I mean is there a basic libertarian view about public health measures like face masks? I think that there's two questions about this. The first is should people wear masks and stay home? And I think they're the libertarian answer is yes, because libertarians believe, or they should believe that people should wear masks because infecting someone with a harmful illness violates their Bali rights. Self ownership in Bali rights are Foundational to libertarianism. So masks make it less likely that people will violate these rights. So all libertarians should support mask wearing and staying home when it's possible. Second question is harder, though, should the government forced mask mandates and lockdowns and there the answer is more. It depends. The government should only restrict people's freedom and private spaces when it's necessary, and when the benefits of enforcing it exceed the cost of enforcing it. So some cases of Preventing people from exposing other peoples to risks are less problematic. For example, the government enforces speed limits on public roads. But mask mandates or things like lockdowns would applied a private businesses as well. And in those cases, there's a higher burden of proof that the government would need toe. Clear to establish that there really should be a mandate. But it's not as clear in some contacts that that burden of proof of the mat. How has it not been met? When you have more than 130,000 people have already died? This is highly contagious. It's a respiratory virus. People can transmit it without even knowing that they are themselves sick. That's how has that bird not been met? I have salubrious. As I said, I think everybody should wear a mask and people just social distance for sure. But it's not as if enforcing the law is free of any kind of costs. And so in order to enforce the law that's limiting people's authority toe run. Their businesses are Acting certainly is in private spaces. Not we're not talking about the government spaces where I think a mass mandate is totally fine been private contexts. They should be able to show that they have tried less bird in some ways of addressing the virus first. So, for example, Putting more resources behind expanding access to test a medical care provided, more pp. Investing contact. Tracing FDA only approved pool testing yesterday so public officials can require massed on government property and they could buy a lot of other ways to mitigate the virus. But how do you respond to the fact that it is a fact that certain communities, particularly black brown, Native American people have demonstrated to be far more vulnerable for a whole array of reason, so that we've well discussed at this point than other groups? One of the things that were conversations we're starting to see now. Is a real sense that people who are not as deeply affected as they have been on the aggregate just don't care or that they have sort of abandoned a sense of moral responsibility to other people just because they don't look like them and because they are not them or not related to them. How do you respond to that? That's part of the reason that I think that we should really weigh the risks on both sides because On one hand, the virus is disproportionately harmful to marginalized communities, but on the other hand, expanding people's vulnerability to police power that expansion of legal interference or the threat of law enforcement. Is also going to potentially be disproportionately harmful to people who are marginalized or people who lack social power. And so when we're making these types of risk benefit judgments, we should consider the risks of enforcement in the discriminatory effects of law enforcement or that this proportion harms of law enforcement. Alongside the disproportionate harms of the virus that communities who are more marginalized. That's Jessica Flanagan, professor of bioethics at the University of Richmond and author of the book Pharmaceutical Freedom. My Patients Have a Right to Self Medicate Professor Flanagan. Thanks so much for talking to us.

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"governor bryant" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

05:23 min | 1 year ago

"governor bryant" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"Implement legislation that would protect These businesses, small businesses in particular from liability temporarily during this pandemic era. If you tell me your thoughts on that, and if you could have, like the most like the perfect in a liability protection for businesses so that they could open comfortably without living in fear of losing everything if there's a spike or something else out there On and individuals being able to exercise their freedom go out if they want to patronize a business if they want to. In your perfect case scenario. What does that look like? Well passed the bill in Georgia this year that weren't on the bill Review all now that I hope these signed very soon as long as there's no issues with, you know, got to so sample in which I don't think there will be But I think the protections air needed. You know, we were talking about that. This morning. We were talking about the Georgia bill. There's homeowners associations that haven't opened their pools yet because they're worried about the liability. From from covert. And you know, it's unfortunate that we're in a place like that in our in our country, But I'm you know, certainly encouraged. Congress don't act on that. And, you know, I think it's well needed it. You know, I have in my executive orders, professions for health care workers in long term care facilities and many people there on the front lines of the first half of decisions in an environment Especially several months ago. They had no idea really what they were dealing with. And you know the treatments of certain God gotten better, and we're seeing at her hospital realization stays are shorter, and that's really helped us. Yeah, those and that's great news. Indeed, the severity of the cases seems obviously compared to write when all of this started. Ah, less severe. And as you just mentioned, the hospital stays as well, Last question for you were talking to Governor Bryant Campa, Georgia. You encourage people to wear masks, But it is not a mandate. You're leaving it up to each individual because they're grown adults. They don't need governor camp but getting into their lives and tell them what to do Every single day. I like I like your approach to this of what final word, Very governor. Well, like I said, we don't need a mandate in Georgia for people to do the right thing. You know, most people are following the guy that some of those absolutely don't want to do it. I understand that from liberty and freedom. Respected this what our country was built on a mask in those boats. If that's the case, just, you know, socially distance yourself from people and be careful about where you're going When you know you're sick, Stay home. Ah and just help us flat in the curve so we can get back to some of the liberties that we all enjoy this ball like college football games, and you know their kids in our kids back in school and continuing to get our economy going. We have got to do that. Then I'm just gonna be a disaster Spark country. And prostate. If we don't continue to do that, and we've been very fortunate in Georgia that we're in a tough spot like everyone else, But our unemployment right this morning was 7.5%. Or a California 17.5%. Nothing because you know, we've been very methodical and acting on the public health advice of daughter Kathleen to people who had also been reasonable knowing that You know, government can't ask people to stay home in their living room while they lose their business, not be able to feed their family. They're just going to do that. So we have to have policies that people can believe in, and I believe that's what we've done here in Georgia. And then to that you've had some really good health experts around you as well. You mentioned Dr Toomey, who? Ah, just a stellar stellar background and really Governor Camp II and I have to say I've heard from so many people, some in our Georgia audience and elsewhere who think that The way that you have approached. This is really should be kind of the model for the nation. So thank you so much for giving that example and hopefully other there Other governors will will follow Governor Brian Kemp of Georgia. God bless you, sir. Thank you so much for your time today and prayers and best wishes for Georges Trajectory back to normalcy. Hey, Amanda, that thanks to God. Of course. God bless to think. Take care Governor Brian Kemp of Georgia and yeah, that is I the way that they have done it. He mentioned Dr Kathleen to me. Who? Ah ah celebrated doctor and has been I guess she's like his fancy, you could say, but without some of the controversy, I think and some of that stuff, but they've been I mean, they've been following very closely. Ah, the reported cases and one of the things I like about to say this I like when they When I've been seeing numbers come out of George's They what I have seen. They also put that in the contact Stuff. Fatality was severity, etcetera. So you actually get a full clear picture of of What they're basing their decisions on. Whereas it seems like other people are just OK. These are positive cases and they don't tell you anything else about it because you need those other variables to give a full perspective. We have more to come on and We also have Florida man on the way and some today in stupidity, a 4434 for Dana is the number will also be opening up some phone lines. The people on my shirt. The forensic Helton right. They make such a great product. And now they have, like cool shirts and stuff, too. And hats And I like their hats because they're just like I like a good quality hat on a hat person..

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"governor bryant" Discussed on AP News

AP News

02:35 min | 2 years ago

"governor bryant" Discussed on AP News

"Brings to four the number of US soldiers killed there this year there are about fourteen thousand US troops in Afghanistan. Three people have died in the flooding in the midwest and thousands of homes have been damaged levees are breaking one. After another in Nebraska, Iowa and Missouri. It's too much verandah Massa through lost her home to the flood waters. And I was Missouri valley her son's home flooded to believe can't I can't live here. I can't do this again next year. She talked a K MTV Missouri's declared a state of emergency due to the flooding which began after days of heavy rain. Facebook admits it left millions of user passwords out in the open Facebook acknowledged it stored. Millions of users passwords in plain text for years in violation of basic, computer security practices. It's standard. Scramble passwords and other sensitive information. But Facebook's actions left passwords clearly readable by its employees. The company admitted to the practice after it was pointed out by security blogs. There's no evidence Facebook staff abused the information, but the revelations raise questions about the vulnerability of passwords during breaches. Like the one uncovered in September. When hackers gained entry to some twenty nine million of Facebook's more than two billion accounts. I'm Warren Levinson. The Trump administration's policy of returning asylum seekers to Mexico goes to court today. Civil rights groups are asking a judge in San Francisco to block the administration's move while they're lawsuit goes forward. The suit was filed on behalf of eleven asylum seekers from Central America, it alleges the administration is violating the law by failing to evaluate the dangers that they might face in Mexico. This AP radio news, Mississippi has passed one of the most restrictive abortion laws in the nation. The governor of Mississippi, Phil. Bryant has signed a Bill that outlaws most abortions in the state wants a fetal heartbeat can be detected. That's about six weeks into pregnancy. The Bill allows for abortions if a pregnancy endangers a woman's life, but not in the case of rape or incest. The center for reproductive rights says they'll sue Mississippi to try and block the law from taking effect on July. First governor Bryant tweeted in response saying we will all answer to the good Lord one day. I will say in. This instance, I fought for the lives of innocent babies, even under the threat of legal action Kentucky passed a similar Bill in March which was blocked by federal judge after a challenge by the American Civil Liberties union. I'm Jennifer king. Jimmy Carter is now the longest living president in American history. He is ninety four years one hundred seventy two.

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"governor bryant" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

01:58 min | 2 years ago

"governor bryant" Discussed on KGO 810

"New Zealand has moved swiftly to ban the sale and the eventual possession of what they called military style, automatic weapons and magazines like the ones used to murder fifty people in two mosques last week police Commissioner Mike Bushnell watch owners to move quickly want to do everything we can to ensure those people. Get to bring the firearms to surrender surrender them to us and make that possible and pulsa Bill. Quickly Dutch prosecutors said this morning the man arrested for shooting three people to death. And you trek this week had what they call a radical ideology. But they say it's not yet clear if he was motivated solely by terrorist. Intent Mississippi today gets one of the most restrictive anti abortion laws in the country. As Scott Carr reports. Governor Bryant is scheduled to sign a Bill this morning that outlaws most abortions wants a fetal heartbeat can be detected about six weeks into pregnancy. The New York based center for reproductive rights calls it blatantly unconstitutional pen promises. It will sue Mississippi the bills they say actually, rob women of their choice to have an abortion before they even know they're pregnant yesterday. South Dakota, governor Christie Noam signed a package of bills. She says well, curb abortion at that states only abortion provider. The Justice department has issued multiple subpoenas as it investigates. Boeing's Federal Aviation Administration certification and the marketing of their. Seven thirty seven max planes, two of which of not crashed. Jessica Schneider reports. Other investigations are also getting underway. The defense department's inspector general also launching an investigation related to the US manufacturer probing whether acting Defense Secretary Patrick Shanahan who is an executive of Boeing and worked there for more than thirty years violated ethics rules by promoting Boeing over other military contractors, the Senate will have a hearing next week that will look into the aviation safety as well as the grounding of these seven thirty seven maxis on Wall Street. Dow futures off ninety six points. I'm Michael Toscano. So excited to be at the big dance. Yes. Ma I haunt.

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"governor bryant" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

KLIF 570 AM

01:45 min | 2 years ago

"governor bryant" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

"Possession of what they called military style, automatic weapons and magazines like the ones used to murder fifty people in two mosques last week police Commissioner Mike Bush now wants owners to move quickly. Want to do everything we can to ensure those people? Get to bring the firearms to surrender surrender them to us at Mike that possible and Bill quickly Dutch. Prosecutors said this morning the man arrested for shooting three people to death in you trek this week had what they call a radicalized ideology. But they say it's not yet clear if he was motivated solely by terrorists. Intent Mississippi today gets one of the most restrictive anti abortion laws in the country. As Scott Carr reports. Governor Bryant is scheduled to sign a Bill this morning that outlaws most abortions wants a fetal heartbeat can be detected about six weeks into pregnancy. The New York based center for reproductive rights calls it blatantly, unconstitutional and promises. It will. Sue, Mississippi, the bills, they say actually, rob women of their choice to have an abortion before they even know they're pregnant yesterday. South Dakota, governor Christie Noam signed a package of bills. She says will curb abortion at that states only abortion provider, but Justice department has issued multiple subpoenas as it investigates Boeing's Federal Aviation Administration certification and the marketing of their seven. Thirty-seven max planes, two of which have not crashed. Jessica Schneider reports. Other investigations are also getting underway. The defense department's inspector general also launching an investigation related to the US manufacturer probing whether acting Defense Secretary Patrick Shanahan who is an executive at Boeing and worked there for more than thirty years violated ethics rules by promoting Boeing over other military contractors, the Senate will have a hearing next week that will look into the aviation safety as well as the grounding of these seven.

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"governor bryant" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

01:50 min | 2 years ago

"governor bryant" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"I'm Michael Toscano. New Zealand has moved swiftly to Banda sale and the eventual possession of what they called military style, automatic weapons and magazines like the ones used to murder fifty people in two mosques last week police Commissioner Mike Bush now wants owners to move quickly. Police want to do everything we can to ensure those people. Get to bring me a firearms to surrender surrender them to us and make that possible and possible. Quickly Dutch prosecutors said this morning, the man arrested for shooting three people to death in you trek this week had what they call a radicalized ideology. But they say it's not yet clear if he was motivated solely by terrorist. Intent Mississippi today gets one of the most restrictive antiabortion laws in the country. As Scott Carr reports. Governor Bryant is scheduled to sign a Bill this morning that outlaws most abortions wants a fetal heartbeat can be detected about six weeks into pregnancy. The New York based center for reproductive rights calls it blatantly, unconstitutional and promises. It will. Sue, Mississippi, the bills, they say actually, rob women of their choice to have an abortion before they even know they're pregnant yesterday. South Dakota, governor Christie Noam signed a package of bills. She says will curb Boertien at that states only abortion provider, but Justice department has issued multiple subpoenas as it investigates. Boeing's Federal Aviation Administration certification and the marketing of their seven. Thirty-seven max planes, two of which have not crashed. Jessica Schneider reports. Other investigations are also getting underway. The defense department's inspector general also launching an investigation related to the US manufacturer probing whether acting Defense Secretary Patrick Shanahan who is an executive of Boeing and work there for more than thirty years violated ethics rules by promoting Boeing over other military contractors, the Senate will have a hearing next week that will look into the aviation safety as well as the grounding of these seven thirty.

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"governor bryant" Discussed on KNST AM 790

KNST AM 790

02:25 min | 3 years ago

"governor bryant" Discussed on KNST AM 790

"Jeff marr notify governor Bryant's office after making the unlikely discovery in an old couch. According to the governor's spokesperson to couch which had once belonged to governor Bryant came to be and Mr. Mars possession after he picked it up from the side of the road outside the home of a relative of governor Bryant's wife the couple had given the piece of furniture to the cousin of first lady Deborah Bryant in one thousand nine hundred eighty nine the same year. The governor believes it went missing inscribed on the gold wedding band where the Brian initials as well as their December thirty first nineteen seventy six wedding date, the governor met with Mr. mar to retrieve the ring and posted a photo of the moment on Twitter, my friend, Jeff marr found my original wedding ring from nineteen seventy six in an old couch. It had been lost since one thousand nine hundred nine. Thank you. Jeff, and Jeff you made the dean's list. Janice. Dean, Fox News. News. A bomb? Plot forwarded in a small town outside New York City a man into pan accused of planning to blow himself up to cause a spectacle in Washington. DC US attorneys say Paul Rosenfeld has been charged with counts of making and transporting an explosive his alleged plan was to push his political ideology by setting off the bomb on the National Mall on election day. Investigators say they followed up on texts sent by Rosenfeld over the last two months detailing his plans Rosenfeld was pulled over this week and questioned by police admitting to ordering bomb making materials on the internet. A search of his home uncovered the bomb in his basement, which explosives technicians removed Rosenfeld could face up to twenty years in prison. If convicted in New York Grenell, Scott, Fox News the farther, upstate New York. Another arrest. A man who runs the limo company involved in that crash over the weekend that left twenty people dead the limo. Oh had failed inspection the driver. Among those killed did not have a proper license. Now sports a rivalry. We'll kick off week six the NFL season tonight. The defending Super Bowl champion eagles versus the giants their division where no team as a winning record. Philadelphia's two and three New York is one in four giants quarterback. Eli manning says a lot of football being played a lot of division games to be played. And and I'm bigger than the one. You know, we're facing right now in hockey a rematch of last year Stanley Cup final with the same results.

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"governor bryant" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:06 min | 3 years ago

"governor bryant" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Npr news in culver city california i'm korva coleman federal investigators have seized documents from president trump's personal attorney michael cohen in new york npr's learned the raid was in part due to a referral from special counsel robert muller cohen has been involved in paying and adult film actress who claimed she'd had an affair with trump which trump has strongly denied president trump says the us will probably make a deal with china and avoid new expensive tariffs china has already imposed tariffs on us agricultural products and warns it could go further trump acknowledges american farmers are getting hurt and says he'll make it up to them a little work to be done but the farmers will be better off than they ever were we'll take a little while to get there about it could be very could be very quick action china acted after the trump administration impose tariffs on steel and aluminum imports mississippi's governor is promising to mount a vigorous defence of the states abortion restrictions as npr's serra mccamman reports reproductive rights advocates are challenging dozens of laws and regulations regarding the procedure in federal court activists say mississippi has some of the most onerous abortion restrictions in the nation a federal judge recently issued a temporary stay on a lot signed by republican governor phil bryant last month banning abortions after fifteen weeks gestation now together with local civil rights advocates and attorneys the center for reproductive rights is challenging a slate of laws and regulations and mississippi those include a twenty four hour waiting period restrictions on the use of telemedicine and health and safety requirements for facilities that provide abortions which advocate could say are unnecessarily burdensome in a statement governor bryant says the restrictions quote are in place to protect maternal health and i look forward to vigorously defending them sarah mccamman npr news on wall street the dow jones industrial average gained forty six points today the nasdaq closed up thirty five points it's npr this is wnyc in new york i'm sean carlson a city council member says emergency dispatchers failed to notify the officers responding to a call about.

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"governor bryant" Discussed on KBNP AM 1410

KBNP AM 1410

01:36 min | 3 years ago

"governor bryant" Discussed on KBNP AM 1410

"In downed trees in northern alabama county the limestone county sheriff's office posted photos on twitter of houses without roofs and destroyed garages in ardmore alabama on monday evening the office also tweeted that down trees and power lines were blocking roads in the county along the tennessee border jim smitherman the alabama emergency management executive operations officer says monday storms are just the start of the tornado sees march is the first month is so expect expect more to come for this season this is just the beginning and it is the the first wants everyone needs to really focus on this one and and and develop your plan and implemented the university of alabama suspended normal operations monday evening because of the severe weather threat president trump is adding a new lawyer to his legal team and the russia investigation one week after denying new york times story that he was expanding his legal team the president has tapped former us attorney joe digenova to join the team later this week the geneva has been an outspoken trump defender he has publicly discussed what he believes is a brazen plot to exonerate hillary clinton in the email investigation and to frame president trump with a falsely created crime right clugston the white house mississippi's governor has signed the nation's tightest abortion restrictions into law republican governor phil bryant signed house bill fifteen ten on monday afternoon it becomes law immediately and bans most abortions after fifteen weeks gestation brian has frequently said he wants mississippi to be the safest place in america for an unborn child unquote the state's only abortion provider filed a lawsuit an hour after governor bryant signed the bill on wall street a rough day the.

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Mississippi governor signs bill imposing nation's toughest abortion ban

Daily Defense

01:36 min | 3 years ago

Mississippi governor signs bill imposing nation's toughest abortion ban

"In downed trees in northern alabama county the limestone county sheriff's office posted photos on twitter of houses without roofs and destroyed garages in ardmore alabama on monday evening the office also tweeted that down trees and power lines were blocking roads in the county along the tennessee border jim smitherman the alabama emergency management executive operations officer says monday storms are just the start of the tornado sees march is the first month is so expect expect more to come for this season this is just the beginning and it is the the first wants everyone needs to really focus on this one and and and develop your plan and implemented the university of alabama suspended normal operations monday evening because of the severe weather threat president trump is adding a new lawyer to his legal team and the russia investigation one week after denying new york times story that he was expanding his legal team the president has tapped former us attorney joe digenova to join the team later this week the geneva has been an outspoken trump defender he has publicly discussed what he believes is a brazen plot to exonerate hillary clinton in the email investigation and to frame president trump with a falsely created crime right clugston the white house mississippi's governor has signed the nation's tightest abortion restrictions into law republican governor phil bryant signed house bill fifteen ten on monday afternoon it becomes law immediately and bans most abortions after fifteen weeks gestation brian has frequently said he wants mississippi to be the safest place in america for an unborn child unquote the state's only abortion provider filed a lawsuit an hour after governor bryant signed the bill on wall street a rough day the.

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"governor bryant" Discussed on WLOB

WLOB

02:03 min | 3 years ago

"governor bryant" Discussed on WLOB

"Health issuing company and other factors not available in all states and alabama man pleads guilty to working to aid islamic terror of visa you'd entered the guilty plea in a birmingham federal courtroom prosecutors say to support isis he bought materials to make explosives which could be used in car bombs or suicide belts his alleged intent to attack a military arsenal or police stations sited was arrested after discussing his plans with an undercover federal agent a alcom reports prosecutors are seeking a fifteen year prison term and supervised probation for life but the judge could give zay twenty years the sentencing hearing is set for june grenell scott box new a russia expert in britain says russia was the most likely story for explaining who was behind a nerve agent attack on a former russian spy and his daughter but sam green the director of the russia institute at king's college london cautions against the suming it was the result of direct orders from the kremlin green also says if the attack was flynn and russia might not have been ordered by the kremlin the mississippi legislature passes what could be the nation's most restrictive abortion law first the civil mil mississippi's gop controlled house has passed a bill that would prohibit abortions there after fifteen weeks with governor phil bryant expected to sign the measure into law setting up a likely challenge from opponents of hb fifteen ten why gulfport baptist church leader imos marshall who claims it's a medical issue that should be interfered with go circumstances may happen when we get right to suck you're going to force her to keep this unwanted child so i'm told the against supporters like governor bryant to say it's about protecting life calling an abortion after fifteen weeks barbaric jeff but also fox news you can't tv i started to carrying me mlb network as part of a deal that make the company the presenting sponsor of the next two world series lee sell the sarah fox news radio wlob fm and am next.

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"governor bryant" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:36 min | 3 years ago

"governor bryant" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Live from npr news in washington i'm lakshmi sang president trump is losing his economic advisor gary cohn in that's fueling fears of yet more departures and greater instability in the west wing cone opposes the tariffs president trump wants to impose on aluminum and steel imports sodas the republican leadership in congress which is worry tariffs will ignite a trade war that could undermine any economic gains the gop hope to see from the recently approved tax overhaul but the president has long said it's time to undo trade agreements that have shortchanged american workers he's leaving open the possibility that mexico and canada will be spared unto arri negotiated north american free trade agreement the administration is cracking down on what he calls sanctuary policies protect king unauthorized immigrants from deportation addressing a law enforcement group in sacramento today attorney general jeff sessions talked about his decision to sue california california absolutely appears to me is using every power it has powers it doesn't have to frustrate federal law enforced so you can be sure i'm going to use every power i have the this lawsuit targets three state law is that were passed last year mississippi's republican governor appears to be signalling support for a bill that could become the most restrictive abortion ban in the nation npr sarah maccammon reports the proposal to ban most abortions after fifteen weeks has pass mississippi state senate mississippi already has one of the nation's most restrictive abortion laws banning the procedure after twenty weeks de station a bill that's now pass both houses as of the state legislature would move that line back to fifteen weeks the proposal includes exceptions to save a woman's life or for severe fetal abnormalities doctors who violate the ban could face civil penalties including the loss of a medical license on twitter mississippi governor phil bryant praised the passage of the bill saying he wants the state to quote be the safest place in america for an unborn child if it becomes law the band would likely face constitutional challenges from abortion rights groups in a statement narrow approach was america said the measure would force women to travel long distances for abortions and urged governor bryant to reject the proposal sarah maccammon npr news the northeast bracing for another snowstorm parts of new england could see up to eighteen inches before the storm fizzles out in pierce lovie smith it's the second time in a week that new england irs are preparing for a messing nor'easter thon tuesday more than ten thousand massachusetts customers were still without power according to emergency officials that's keeping repair crews busy.

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"governor bryant" Discussed on AM Joy

AM Joy

01:48 min | 3 years ago

"governor bryant" Discussed on AM Joy

"Right but whenever they do is very very common two pair it up with expressions of white power so just give a couple of couple of examples israel quickly so mississippi is one of only three states that celebrates robert lee's birthday mississippi alabama and and arkansas and basically what it says that they're they paired with robert lee's birthday with martin luther king's birthday and in you know what we see as this over and over and over again we reference celebrate black history month but governor bryant has also declared april ah regularly during his tenure there as converted confederate heritage meyer and i always get more time but unfortunately our time i don't even get physical back to find schaefer but thank you guys so much going to reassemble this panel do it again terrace that my remark thompson karp i delaware robbie jones french schaefer thank you all more aims after the break okay so sometimes our aim joy my producers put things into the tele prompter that i haven't read before like right now i have no idea what's going to happen right now no idea but murray our great director i think i'm afraid to say it was the wrong joy reid happy birthday i am your superfan i'm lucky to be your friend now it's time for my partner tim choice let us be part of the weekend empire of joy reads here and have an amazing birthday since richard fighter from manasota by god donald trump's would be sunny your present based here we're not kellyanne conway or the rest behind what they don't have leon delays the joy just one day i love you and i love that you help us stay saying in this crazy time have a great day up to my dear friend jewelry happy birthday.

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"governor bryant" Discussed on WJNT 1180 AM

WJNT 1180 AM

02:30 min | 4 years ago

"governor bryant" Discussed on WJNT 1180 AM

"The subject of the day it was why sadly anticipated that governor phil bryant would announce yesterday on thursday october nineteen whether or not he would approve the emergency conditions for there to be a state takeover of the jackson public school systems he did not make that announcement it is very clear as we've talked about on the show before the governor phil bryant is looking for a third alternative something that may be a little bit out of the box leaving control of j p s where it is now is nothing but a continue a continuation of disaster but to play state control through the state department of education that still cannot fixed the problems of awarding contracts to its cronies and undermining the whole legislative process by breaking up contracts into small pieces sold they fall below the radar of a requirement to go out forbid does it make sense to give it to the state department of education although that's what they're therefore in part is for state takeovers and monitoring and improving education there are also there as the safety net if school systems fail but are they really the answer to the dire need objection public school system governor bryant is thinking maybe there's a third alternative now what that might be i don't know and he will announce that foot twenty seven thousand students in the jackson public school system a two hundred in six million dollar budget much greater than the operating budget of the city of jackson 58 schools a six hundred eighty page audit report and yesterday the state department of education released its latest report on the grades of all of the schools around the state of mississippi it's not a pretty picture now for a state takeover there's a requirement that you have one of two conditions that are met neither of which is good number one that the over all school system gets an elf rating or the second year in a row two consecutive years or that a majority that is greater than fifty percent of the.

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