26 Burst results for "Governor Jay Pritzker"

Gov. Pritzker Signs Illinois Criminal Justice Reform Bill Into Law

Chicago Tonight

06:57 min | 1 year ago

Gov. Pritzker Signs Illinois Criminal Justice Reform Bill Into Law

"A sweeping criminal. Justice measure is now law in illinois it sets in motion the elimination of cash. Bail new standards for how police operate and outlines the rights of criminals. once they are incarcerated advocates. Say it'll make the state safer. Critics say it's just the opposite. Amanda finicky joins us now. Amanda tell us more about this law grandest that this new law stands to be transformative arguable but is up for debate. Is the impact of those changes. Now this was set in motion by the police killing of george floyd and then the protests spanning the country and illinois. The city rising up against police brutality particularly against black and brown people. I remember joining a protest has june and witnessing something i had never experienced before there were far more people demanding that black lives matter than those who looked like. That's when i knew. I knew this moment was different and leading the black caucus. At that time. I knew that as a caucus we had to cease this moment together sees it. They did senator. Kim lankford says they propelled that pain into action with illinois black. Legislators last month offering us shrink through a trio of bills including the one that governor jay pritzker signed today which he says is one that remark remarked transformative step forward in illinois's effort to lead the country in dismantling systemic racism. Bill is seven hundred sixty four pages long so we can't hear get into drill into all that does but among the changes that it makes are creating a misconduct felony offense for police officers. Who intentionally matter present facts in their reports broadening the police certification system including a method to strip officers of their certification. Even if they're not actually charged with a crime limiting what police unions can bargain when they're drafting contracts and mandating more training for police including on mental health in crisis intervention focuses on the safety of our communities accountability for law enforcement fairness and equity in our criminal justice system and communities who are demanding that that happens today. They're demanding that we have transparency. They're demanding that we modernize our thinking they recognize. We've tried to failed tough on crime policies of the past which have not made us more safe the recognize that you can support good officers and want reform at the same time. Today's bill signing ceremony governor pritzker likewise dismissing critics. Promising that this positive change for everyone opponents of this law. Don't want any change. Don't believe there is injustice in the system and are preying upon fear of change to lie and fearmongering in defense of the status quo. But let me say this. To the people of this great state all illinois will live in a safer and more just state with this law on the books were being labeled as a group. That doesn't want any change while that's just wrong. You know we've been at the table to discuss a lot of different things we have been for years. We continue to do so so but women's last time. The governor reached out to us and ask questions about any this awake. He has gym contract with the sheriff's association says that a coalition of law enforcement groups did agree on some aspects of this massive package like much of the certification changes but he says strict limits on things like use of force will hinder police from doing their jobs. He says a lot of the language in the new laws confusing for officers and won't force them to ponder if they're wanting to be breaking state lawn facing repercussions there even as they're in qatar lethal situations. How do we in effect an arrest. Based on this. If i can identify you a mandate because i know you. You just committed a crime but you're going to resist. That means i need to come back and try to arrest you later. You're going to resist me. Which most people not everybody resists but a lot of people do mean physical. Does it mean herbal. I mean there's so many different aspects of this that are to say the least to try to keep our community safe another huge chain. This law makes is the effectively ends cash. Bail advocates are celebrating this as monumental in that they say prevent people who haven't ever been convicted of a crime from losing their jobs homes even families as they're stuck in jail but former prosecutor state senator. John current says there is a way to do that but he says illinois went out. It wrong he says that's because illinois didn't give judges enough discretion he says that therefore creates a catch and release system for criminals. We can't agree that an individual that that detention should not be determined inability to pay. There should be a system in place that is going to have greater consequences for the indigent. Were those that can least afford to pay as As compared to someone of wealth someone of wealth that poses a risk to the community at large should be in that same standard just because they can pay a high by an agree there but what we replaced that system with matters. It needs to maintain that level of public safety. Another change got a couple of years to ratchet up to this point but police cameras will become mandatory and current asks how local departments are going to pay for it or i would also say the unfunded mandates are two things increase in property taxes at the local level or a decrease in policing services. It's going to be an either or again. Those are among the changes. This really is a sweeping new law. Among the other changes arrestees. We'll get to make three calls instead of one and they can be able to check their phone as well ostensibly to get those phone contacts. The law does not make any change to qualified immunity. That was a major sticking point in negotiations but it does create a task force that is going to examine that issue. By the way you want to look for some changes or fixes advocates. Say that that's just a normal part of the process particularly with something this massive but critics say that that is evidence that this overhaul was rushed

Illinois Amanda Finicky George Floyd Kim Lankford Governor Jay Pritzker Governor Pritzker Sheriff's Association Amanda Bill Qatar John
Illinois reports more than 13,000 new cases and 126 new deaths statewide

NPR News Now

04:37 min | 1 year ago

Illinois reports more than 13,000 new cases and 126 new deaths statewide

"Live from npr news. I'm jack speer. With corona virus cases surging across the west new data released from the federal government shows just. How many hospitals in the country say they are facing critical staffing shortages. Npr selena simmons duffin reports nearly one in five hospitals in the us currently has a staffing issue states in the mid west and southwest are being hit hardest. North dakota has the highest percentage of hospitals reporting shortages. Texas has the highest number of hospitals when there aren't enough staff to treat the surge of patients. The concern is that you could get to the point where you have to start rationing care and then more people could die early on in the pandemic medical staff could volunteer to help in hot spots like new york city. But that's not really possible. Now with so many hospitals facing shortages and cases surging all over the country selena simmons duffin npr news eleanor. Like many other states seeing a big surge in coronavirus cases more than thirteen thousand new cases reported there with one hundred and twenty six deaths making it the third day in a row deaths their past the one hundred mark on governor. Jay pritzker reminding people his they've been state today. The numbers do not reflect what tomorrow's numbers might look like. You have to look at what the trajectory is. How fast it is that. They're likely to fill up. How fast they're coming into the emergency room and ending up in the bed. Laurie now is more than six hundred. Thirty four thousand coronavirus cases more than eleven thousand kobe. Nineteen deaths in the state. The death toll from covid nineteen pandemic has now reached more than two hundred and fifty thousand georgia's certified president elect. Joe biden has one that state's electoral votes but as a meal moffitt of member station w. a. b. e. in atlanta reports top georgia republicans are calling for changes to the state's election. Laws in one of the narrowest races in the country president elect joe biden topped president. Donald trump by about twelve thousand six hundred votes of the record. One point three million votes cast by mail and the state two thirds of them went to biden. Georgia's republican governor. Brian kemp echoed. President trump and casting doubt on the state's signature match program used to verify the identity of absentee voters voters casting their ballots. In person must show a photo. Id and we should consider applying that same standard to mail in ballots. Georgia's republican secretary of state also called for reform despite repeated assurances that he's seen no evidence of widespread fraud for npr news. I'm a meal moffitt in atlanta michigan state. Legislators met at the white house today with president trump as the president appears to be making an extraordinary effort aimed at overturning. Joe biden's overwhelming win. There were after the meeting. Officials said they have not been yet made aware of any information that would change the outcome of the election by one michigan by an insurmountable one hundred fifty four thousand votes on wall street today. The dow closed lower down two hundred nineteen points. You're listening to. Npr president trump's state department and foreign policy advisors to the incoming baiju administration are both expressing concerns about recent arrests of human rights advocates in egypt. Computers michele keleman reports. The arrest came after. The activists met with european diplomats. The egyptian institute for personal rights as seen three of its members arrested this week charged with spreading false information and undermining public security. European diplomats had met with them earlier this month. The state department is expressing quote deep concern about the arrests biden's foreign policy adviser. Tony blinken says he shares that sentiment in a tweet. He writes quote. Meeting with foreign. Diplomats is not a crime nor is peacefully advocating for human rights. President trump wants called egypt's leader his favourite dictator egypt remains a major recipient of us aid michelle kellerman npr news washington asia pacific summit leaders set aside their differences today issuing their first joint communique in three years among other things a group calling for free and predictable trade to help a global economy leaders of the twenty one nation apec groups as been substantially weakened by the coronavirus pandemic the group whose members include president trump and chinese leader xi jinping also about not to resort to protectionist policies notwithstanding the ongoing us trying to trade battle apec countries fell to reach agreement in two thousand eighteen in part due to discord between the us and china crude oil futures prices ended the week on an up note oil closing up forty three cents a barrel and the session at forty two seventeen barrel in new york. I'm jack speer npr news.

NPR Jack Speer Npr Selena Simmons Duffin Selena Simmons Duffin Jay Pritzker President Elect Joe Biden Mid West Joe Biden Brian Kemp Georgia North Dakota Atlanta Eleanor Federal Government Biden Southwest Baiju Administration Laurie Michele Keleman
illinois governor urges residents to wear masks

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

00:34 sec | 1 year ago

illinois governor urges residents to wear masks

"Today dylan oi has had relative success in keeping this virus at bay. And we're still doing better than many of our neighbors. But we can't let up and these numbers are indicating a concerning direction. I have one simple thing to say to everyone. In areas with rising positively mask up. It will make a tremendous difference in keeping infections. Down governor jay pritzker giving the same advice that he has for months about slowing the spread of the corona virus but illinois fees is a critical point. As cases and the positivity rate around. The

Dylan Oi Governor Jay Pritzker Illinois
Illinois COVID 19 Update Today: IL reports 4,729 coronavirus Cases

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

00:17 sec | 1 year ago

Illinois COVID 19 Update Today: IL reports 4,729 coronavirus Cases

"Governor Jay Pritzker and Dr Go Zeke. I'm probably butchering their names, the director of the Illinois Department of Public Health also reported four thousand seven, hundred, twenty, nine, new cove nineteen cases Monday for a total of three, hundred, seventy, eight, thousand, nine, hundred, and eighty, five in the state since the pandemic began.

Governor Jay Pritzker Dr Go Zeke Illinois Department Of Public Director
Illinois orders tighter restrictions on bars, restaurants and gatherings in several Chicago suburbs as coronavirus positivity rates rise

Chicago Tonight

00:31 sec | 1 year ago

Illinois orders tighter restrictions on bars, restaurants and gatherings in several Chicago suburbs as coronavirus positivity rates rise

"Causes new restrictions and many of Chicago's suburbs governor Jay Pritzker announced rollbacks at bars and restaurants in dupage Kane Kankakee and will counties that will go back into effect starting Friday morning due to rising cova cases in those areas. The new restrictions will ban indoor service of bars and restaurants and limit any indoor events to twenty five percent of capacity Pritzker says he's basing this decision on scientific studies that prove those organizations act as major centres diseases spread.

Jay Pritzker Chicago
"governor jay pritzker" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

08:17 min | 2 years ago

"governor jay pritzker" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

"By the USDA. I would say that not just this year but overall, they need to pay much more attention to a diverse farmers produce farmers, people that are doing something other than traditional like corn beans, enlarge livestock. She says, it's more than likely. She'll take a loss this year a year she'd hoped to help her community get through the pandemic by providing healthy local food. I'm Dana Cronin, harvest public media. The Statewide Governor Jay Pritzker is restored Illinois plan highlighted contact tracing as a key part of the state's fight against the novel Corona Virus Peter Midland's to a newly trained contact tracer about what goes into the job Ronaldo. Faye was one of the millions of Americans laid off due to the covid nineteen pandemic he needed work, but he's also at high risk I'm sixty one years old. Actually A. Renal transplant recipients. So I Suppressed Immune system going out in public or to an office was out of the question. But then he stumbled onto an article about Illinois community colleges offering courses to become a contact tracer from home interesting because I'm a people person. So I'm to be able to talk to people but I'm also no that'd be able to help people which I think a good thing governor Jay Pritzker seems to agree with that last part is called contact tracing quote arguably our most sustainable tool to contain corona virus jeff enrolled in four week course at college to page and due to student demand. The college even had to open up extra sessions he's just finishing so he's in the process of looking. For Employment, which he says will be the easy part since the job is in such high demand some local health departments like in Cook County are offering position starting at twenty dollars an hour jeff says he seemed jobs offering between thirty, five, thousand and fifty, thousand a year I'm not gonNA, buy my second yacht this job, but it'll put food on the table and keep them with the head. So I'm pretty happy with it. The work of contact tracer has been likened to a detective or a game of clue but Jay says he sees it much differently. Typically, you're GONNA call someone up, they recently tested positive and or they've been in contact with some tested positive and it could be. Kinda scary. He sees himself as more of a resource than a private I. You then calculate their date of infection as the standard is two days prior to the first symptoms appearing he says depending on the symptoms they'll know if they have to self isolate or seek medical attention and contact tracers job is not only to ask people about where they've been and who they've seen. They also need to direct them to any medical help or social services they might. Need tracers have to be able to break down information about the virus and dispel any myths or rumors floating around the Internet, if the person needs quarantine and around their own tracers can also help coordinate food for them or laundry and housing for those perceived to be at higher risk contact tracer may follow up with a person, every other day or in certain cases just once a week and sometimes people are just hesitant to talk at all the develop some sort of. Relationship with this individual because the other part of it is they need to give you truthful Information Illinois Public Health. Director. In Gaza is a acknowledges that and she stressed the importance of the state's collaboration with community groups. Ezekiel says, the groups may be able to reach people at risk who are uncomfortable talking with health officials contact tracing has been pushed into many people's Caballero lately, but it isn't new public health workers have been doing it for decades to combat infections like. To Berkey Laos and sexually transmitted diseases, but it's just not normally done on this massive scale right now Illinois has sixteen hundred working contact tracers and is looking to hire more than four thousand, a viable employment opportunity or years, and then after you know I'm I'm possibly hoped for years from now we've kind of looked over there. There's always going to be needs or contact racers just not quite me volumes that we need and God, bless you workers talking a lot about. Most rallies tips. So concerned about how those and. Health at Disneyland McCall with member station wbz in Chicago has this report one restaurant worker says every time a customer walks through the door. She feels a flash of anger no matter who they are or what they're ordering every person who comes into the. I, see them as a potential threat she doesn't want to be identified. So WBZ had an actor record. What she said she says she used to love the job that now makes her sick with anxiety. She constantly reminds people to wear masks or hers helps to conceal her true feelings. I really think the people who go out to the restaurants now. Who Don't care about everyone's safety some service industry workers say they're facing an impossible choice they're being ordered to work inside where they fear for their health, but they could get. If they say no because their bosses have asked them to come back can't get unemployment either on the other side. Some restaurant owners say without indoor dining they couldn't survive with this comes down to is really money and risk owners workers this economy need the money, but are we putting servers health at risk or other states have attributed covid nineteen searches to bars. Doctors like Benjamin Singer at northwestern university say it's unclear. How safe restaurants are there so many different layers to this down to the individual people who in the restaurant, what's the setup the restaurant what's the airforce situation like and so all these things create a very muddy picture as to the actual risk. A recent Japanese study found your twenty times more likely to catch. The virus indoors than outdoors a Chinese case studies showed how the virus spread on the air currents created by joining one restaurant data isn't great for tracking weather restaurant workers are getting covid nineteen more than anyone else for governor Jay. PRITZKER says if cases go up much more indoor dining in bars could be the first to go Lori lightfoot tightened the city's restrictions. On, bars they can no longer serve alcohol indoors without a food license. One Chef doesn't think that's enough and actors replacing his voice to I'm not a business owner. I'M NOT GONNA pretend to know you know what that feels like but I am a human and I do know from being on the employee side of it it felt as though the business the money. The bottom line was far more of the priority. He says, he was forced out of his job at a high class restaurant over discomfort about working in a pack space many service workers who spoke to Wbz said they think owners just aren't worried enough about workers health a survey from Chicago restaurant workers found out of ten workers do not feel safe under the current rules and regulations, and the city only has fifty inspectors check for compliance with covid nineteen roles. Glenn False from a with workers so much so that he let his restaurant close he ran false trumps fresh fish market in Lakeview for nearly seven years for refused to put employees at risk and said so on social media when he closed, you know I I'm the kind of person where might businesses is paramount over everybody? Else's concern I'm not GonNa go home at night put my head on the pillow. I I made a two hundred, fifty dollars profit today But susie went down sick. He says under current conditions restaurants can't survive much longer anyway Michael Roper at Hopley tavern and Andersonville says he can make it through summer but worries about fall I usually look forward to fall I like Paul Kohler. I. Liked the coming holiday season. But this year I am in red of November that's when he has to start paying back his government p loan and it'll be too cold to seat people outdoors Hopley is making about. Twenty percent of pre pandemic sales with indoor dining. Taking that away would be an economic catastrophe. He says, Roper says, if he didn't have thousand bills each month he'd Mothball Hopley told pandemic was over he says businesses like his will die in less the government stops loan and mortgage payments in some other nations this has worked but a, we don't have you know we don't have an FDR in Washington right now we have donald trump our country is not gonna be. The same. If we lot all these.

Governor Jay Pritzker Illinois Chicago governor Jay WBZ Dana Cronin USDA Michael Roper Jay Gaza Cook County Peter Midland Ezekiel Faye Hopley PRITZKER Berkey Laos Wbz
"governor jay pritzker" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

02:32 min | 2 years ago

"governor jay pritzker" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

"Usually a peak period for bicycle stores as warmer weather prompts residence to buy a set of wheels or fix up what they have in the garage. Governor Jay pritzker shutdown order designates bicycle stores as essential businesses Charlie slinger reports even with the pandemic. The bicycle business is well peaking as usual Michael Wilson of Wilson Cycle and fitness in Bloomington says customers have a variety of reasons. That's the person that is going and working at a restaurant or a hospital or Know One of these essential businesses that that doesn't try. That needs to use his bike for transportation, or you know the people that are just going. Stir crazy. Wilson says gyms are closed, and no one should do group sports, and that makes cycling attractive your head, get out and get some some miles and get some exercise and get healthy goes i. mean that's what. That's what this whole thing is all about. That's us to. Be Outdoors and get healthy, and you know and be a little bit more A little more solitude, yeah, the cycling season started slow because of the weather vitesse cycle owner Chris Koos of normal says things have picked up in a hurry. We're about two and a half weeks behind on our repair schedule for running on the kids bikes and we're doing almost the same business. We did last year this time. The DEMOC is effecting buying patterns. Karen Davis Co owns Bloomington, cycle and fitness. A lot of just entry level bikes for sanity and for health, and for those you know Solo rides that you can do without needing to come into contact with Davis's slimmer staff and hours because of the pandemic mean people left are busier. Under think about nothing, but keeping wheels on. All three bike stores in Bloomington normal say is close to normal in spite of barriers to visiting showrooms. Davis says there's an uptick in people seeking repairs for bikes that have hung on a hooker collected does in the garage. Dragging bikes out that they haven't had out in years and wanted to ride them now for something safe to do. Outside repair might not be cost effective, but sentiment plays a role according to test sale associate even less Cochet. Sometimes it's like. Oh, no, that's all right. Then my family for a I WANNA, keep writing it and we all understand, but we're definitely upfront about that same. Hey, you're getting up there and cost and you're about spending.

Karen Davis Co Bloomington Michael Wilson Wilson Cycle Governor Jay pritzker Charlie slinger Chris Koos
"governor jay pritzker" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

01:31 min | 2 years ago

"governor jay pritzker" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

"The state Could help the level of youth who used vapes so far five Illinois have died from lung injuries the exact causes still unknown the CDC is helping state officials look into that When lawmakers return they're expected to at least listen to debates on flavor bands doc and Brian? Yeah Illinois Governor Jay pritzker personal lawyers want to shield him from heaven to sit for a deposition. This comes the Matt Racial Discrimination Lawsuit Against His campaign at accuses. The Campaign Organization of Sidelining Minority Workers Pritzker of course has denied wrongdoing and in a court filing his lawyers say that he delegated all that day to day campaign operations to his staff. And you know. The governor was dismissed from the case months ago and his lawyer. I say the defendants just WANNA question pritzker. In order to kind of pull him back into this litigation they're also trying to keep Lieutenant Governor Juliana Stratton from having to sit for a deposition although she he is still defendant the on the other side. Say you know Pritzker and Stratton. They may have you know fancy job titles but they are just like any other person who is either a defendant on an earth spun it in the lawsuit they should have to sit for a deposition and let me just point out. The governor will be giving his State of the state address next week from the capital and be discussing what he has to say maybe out his agenda for his second year in office will be discussing that in the next state week. That's all the time we have for this edition and our panel included included. Charlie Wheeler Brian macky and Rebecca in Zell with Capital News Illinois..

Governor Jay pritzker Brian macky Campaign Organization of Sidel Lieutenant Governor Juliana St Pritzker Illinois Stratton CDC Charlie Wheeler Rebecca
Illinois Becomes 11th State to Allow Recreational Marijuana

America Trends

00:14 sec | 3 years ago

Illinois Becomes 11th State to Allow Recreational Marijuana

"Illinois governor jay pritzker has today signed into law for legalization of recreational use of marijuana illinois now becomes the eleventh state to legalize pot exemplifies the best of democracy

Governor Jay Pritzker Marijuana Illinois
Illinois becomes 11th state to legalize recreational marijuana

Rush Limbaugh

00:39 sec | 3 years ago

Illinois becomes 11th state to legalize recreational marijuana

"Illinois becomes the eleventh u._s. state delete allies recreational marijuana with a swipe of his pen illinois's new governor jay pritzker delivers a top campaign promise and legalizes recreational marijuana shane jr is hard but an essential tenet of good governance is recognizing the need to change the laws that have failed hot legalisation goes into effect january first that means that almost eight hundred thousand people with criminal records may have those records expunged police in illinois are wary though marijuana sales will also be financial boon for the state a state that's buried

Illinois Marijuana Jay Pritzker Shane Jr
"governor jay pritzker" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

14:19 min | 3 years ago

"governor jay pritzker" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

"This is state week a program of analysis and commentary on the events that made news this past week in Illinois state government and politics. Well, the spotlight on abortion rights shines on Illinois today as promised governor, Jay Pritzker signed a sweeping abortion access protection Bill, but not without protests before signing the reproductive health at into law. The governor stressed that abortion bans, endanger, women, adding that Illinois will always be state where women have the right to choose. Let the word go forth today, from this place that if you believe in standing up for women's fundamental rights. Illinois is a beacon of hope in the heart of this nation. We trust women. However, those of those people gathered as well to express their concern, I'll be damned. If you tell me that before exiting the miraculous. Home. That is her mother's womb, that she's not a living, breathing human person. Governor Jay Pritzker followed.

Governor Jay Pritzker Illinois Bill
"governor jay pritzker" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

05:37 min | 3 years ago

"governor jay pritzker" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"Monstrous this law is monstrous this, Illinois Governor Jay Pritzker, monstrous and the celebrating and the cheering is what gets me. I just can never get over. Why democrats? Like the optics of cheering for late term and partial birth abortion, cheering for removing restrictions on health inspections of your member. Kermit GAAS to just see the story of kurban GAAS now he had little babies feet in jars on shelves in his abortion house of horrors. They didn't inspect is going on right, under their noses and city city hall, and Philly all those years that he butchered women. You're going to remove restrictions on health inspections for abortion clinics in the state of Illinois. Really? And that's worth cheering for. I. I just can't quite get over at all. But let's dive in and get your reaction to all of it at eight hundred six five five Michael start with Dane. Hey Dan, your first up. How are you? Shelve acting governor jelly belly. It's the single worst being ever came out of Illinois. And if it remember, John Wayne, at the Jack fame time that he's find it Bill letting. Unborn being cut out of their mother, actively butchered. All right. A woman north Chicago unborn feed. It from her body, they murdered the mother, then the Baby Doc docking today. But now dumb Dane on. Glad you raised this to the is the kill the hell can the killer charged with the murder of the unburned, baby, the unborn baby doesn't have any rights. The perpetrator did have a stethoscope in a left coast. Credible. Sickening sickening Dana. I, I mean because that's the first in the came to mind, all these prosecutions of pregnant women who are murdered and the baby dies drunk driving accidents of a woman, six seven months pregnant, don't you think the Illinois legislators I, I mean the only prosecutors are going to prosecute the deaths of two people. The mother and the unburned baby. But like danger said, I guess, if you got a lab coat and a stethoscope all bets are off. Mike, you're next doing Mike. Great. I is was young man ambivalent towards us. So jacked until friend of mine showed me actual video voice it, right? I think the best thing we could do this country. Just everyone on television. No commentary, no discussion people. Watch judge themselves. I guarantee opposed oppose ninety eight percent above it. Tremendous point. Let me let me, let me, let me just remind everybody Mike about Abby Johnson, because that's another recent movie that was the chronicle a real life event. Abby, Johnston was a Planned Parenthood executive in Texas. And she was all pro choice and woman's right trust women and all of that, until she saw abortion, through an ultrasound. She was so horrified. And she was aghast at what it looks like. And what it is. And she became a huge pro-life advocate. She is now despised by the left. She's despised by the pro-abortion crowd, because she's their worst nightmare Kelly. You're next. Hey kelly. How are you? Great. Thank you so much covering the topic. But co founder and board president of a crisis pregnancy center in Aurora, Illinois. God bless thank you. Right next to the largest Planned Parenthood in Illinois, third largest in the country, and I just want to encourage people that now, legislatively, Illinois. There really is not a lot that we can do, but you can't support those of us on the frontline, or really trying to make a difference. And it's made our work much harder, and we're devastated and where especially aggravated. He's the campaign slogan, where using our campaign, which is beacon of hope so. Can I ask you Kelly? You talked about how devastated you were considering the work that you're involved in, and you're by the way. No question. You're doing God's work, and I honor, you and I'm grateful for, for, for people like you on the front lines. Can I ask you on a personal level? What this new Illinois law means to you? It's just again, I have to keep up the, the good front because we have staff and volunteers that, of course, are really hurting over this me, personally, my husband, I actually moved out of Illinois. I'm doing this Wanda since because I didn't feel morally, I could support on them anymore with my taxes. Colleague from Tennessee back. As a new Florida resident I just couldn't take the Democrats in New York anymore, and guess what? I'm a Florida resident now. And that's what they do. Chased us out. Thank you for your work Kelly. God bless you. Eight hundred six five five Mike. For years by Dr has been warning me that I'm not eating enough fruits and vegetables, of course fruits and veggies, or show, helpful and so healthy for you. And I try I kinda chased after Dr Howard and his team at balance of nature. Balance of nature.

Illinois Kelly democrats Mike Governor Jay Pritzker GAAS acting governor John Wayne Philly Chicago Dane murder Abby Johnson Dan Michael Dr Howard Florida Texas Aurora Wanda
"governor jay pritzker" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

01:46 min | 3 years ago

"governor jay pritzker" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"Couldn't be prouder to had the opportunity to serve my country and particularly to work for this president after President Trump called some news media. The enemy of the people Sanders refused to say if she agreed with him or not, I'm here to speak on behalf of the president. He's made his comments clear. Regular White House press briefings came to a halt during Sanders ten year there has not been one for more than ninety days. Nicole Killian reporting an online travel agencies in trouble for booking trips to Cuba now that the US is banning such travel federal government says Expedia helped more than twenty two hundred people, including Cuban nationals travel, inside Cuba, or to the country from places other than the US in violation of American sanctions placed on the island nation. The treasury. Department says the online travel agency has agreed to pay more than three hundred twenty five thousand dollars to settle. The US claims officials say the company disclosed the apparent violations to the government rich Denison, Fox News. Illinois has a new Bill protecting the reproductive rights of women and allowing for abortions after viability in signing the Bill on Wednesday. Governor Jay Pritzker criticized new restrictions in neighboring Missouri, saying, abortion, bans don't stop the practice and only endanger women police in the Dominican Republic are investigating whether the plot to kill David Ortiz was hatched behind bars to people in Dominican Republic. Prison have been questioned in connection with the Sunday shooting. At least a dozen people have been implicated in the attack which left Ortiz hospitalized with serious injuries. The Toronto Raptors are the twenty nine thousand nine hundred NBA champions Toronto, be Golden State. One fourteen to one ten in game six from Oakland to win. The series four games to two..

Sanders president US President Trump Dominican Republic David Ortiz Toronto Raptors Cuba Governor Jay Pritzker Nicole Killian Oakland treasury Expedia Fox News White House Illinois Denison
"governor jay pritzker" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

04:37 min | 3 years ago

"governor jay pritzker" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Census without asking, but the supreme court is going to be ruling on its own. I think when a census goes out, you should find out, whether or not, and you have the right to ask, whether or not somebody is a citizen of the United States. Democrats have opposed the census question. Argument will reduce participation immigrant, heavy parts of the country was on again. Fewer fed. Dollars for those areas in a year when many states are restricting abortion rights Illinois democratic governor assigned a law protecting access to the procedure is NPR, Sarah mechanic explains. The law says Illinois residents have a fundamental right to decide whether to continue a pregnancy or have an abortion reproductive health act repeals, several existing abortion restrictions and says that fertilized egg embryo or fetus, does not have independent rights of its own under Illinois law. The new law does prohibit abortion after fetal viability except to protect the life, or health of the pregnant woman upon signing Illinois. Governor Jay Pritzker called the state of beacon of hope in the heart of this nation, the antiabortion group priests for life issued a statement, calling the law of beacon of bloodshed, Illinois is one of a handful of states, including New York who've expanded abortion rights others, like Alabama, and Georgia have passed near total bans on abortion early in pregnancy. Those laws have yet to take effect, Sarah mccamman, NPR news. Treasury department reports. The federal budget deficit hit a record in may MPR Jim zarroli reports the deficit was nearly forty percent higher than a year ago. The federal government ran a deficit of seven hundred thirty eight billion dollars during the first eight months of the fiscal year much of the increase was due to the fact that June. I fell over a weekend. So some federal payments for June had to be made in may. But even without that the deficit would still have grown by eight percent budget. Forecasters say the deficit will approach a trillion dollars this fiscal year last year's big tax cut has meant government revenue has been less than it, otherwise would have been at the same time, there's been a large increase in government spending, especially on defense. Jim zarroli NPR news, New York, slight uptick in consumer prices last month. The government says the consumer price index rose one tenth of one percent, it's up just one point eight percent during the past year. Stocks lost ground. The Dow down forty three point. The NASDAQ fell twenty nine points. This is NPR. You're listening to WNYC. I'm Jamie Floyd. Governor Cuomo says he will sign sweeping new rent reform legislation into law, WNYC's Fred mogul reports the deal is the biggest signal yet of change in the way. Albany does business in recent days. Senate majority leader Andrea, Stewart cousins and the semi speaker, Carl hasty made a point of ignoring taunts from Cuomo. While the governor remained on the sidelines expressing doubt about their ability to renew rent regulations. The two legislative leaders said they were forging a series of bills for him to accept or reject now that they've presented their proposals Cuomo says he'll approved them without revision. He declined to praise the legislature's efforts, but he said, the tenant friendly bills, suggest the real estate lobby is less influential than observers have long believed. Some Upper West side residents are disappointed that the city rejected their calls for two way bike lane residence. Have been petitioning the city for change since the death of a twenty three year old cyclist on central park west last year. But the DOT says the two-way bike lanes on the corridor is not realistic. It has plans for a one way protected bike lane. But some residents told Gotham is Jake often hearts, that's not enough. They really saw this, this opportunity to capitalize on years of injuries and fatalities and turn that into something that could be long lasting model for safe streets. So this sort of half-measure is a letdown, DOT says a two way bike lane would eliminate too many parking spots and create problems for cars and buses in New Jersey. The Bergen county jail is under quarantine after five inmates were discovered to have the mumps sheriff Anthony carton says jail administrators are testing people they've ordered one thousand vaccinations for inmates and staff. The jail also has immigrants in federal detention but Kyler tended, not say. Say whether any of them are ill, according to CDC more than one thousand cases of mumps have been reported across the country. This year, says known to cause once cheeks to swell and fever and tiredness in serious cases, inflammation of internal organs, correlate, seventy three degrees..

Governor Cuomo NPR Illinois federal government United States Governor Jay Pritzker Jim zarroli WNYC New York New Jersey fever Sarah mccamman Bergen county Sarah mechanic Albany Treasury department
"governor jay pritzker" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

01:47 min | 3 years ago

"governor jay pritzker" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"Crop, and polish president do are discussing building, in American military base in Poland lot of money's going to be spent on facility, military facility. A great one. Very good location in Poland. And actually, it'll be spread over a little area, but basically one primary facility. We'll see how it works out the house oversight committee's expected to vote this afternoon on whether to hold the attorney general in commerce secretary in contempt. Chairman Elisha coming says the two of defied subpoenas to hand over documents on the twenty twenty cents ranking member Mark meadows object. We rushed to hold people in contempt. It has a chilling effect on anybody wanting to go the extra mile to actually provide documents the White House announced this morning. The president is asserting executive privilege over the documents Illinois. Governor Jay Pritzker his signed a law, which he says, guarantees women reproductive choice, the reproductive health act ensures that women's rights in Illinois. Do not hinge on the fate of Roe v. Wade or the whims of an increasingly conservative supreme court in Washington. The law declares abortion of fundamental, right? And misty internationalists condemned. What it called excessive force by Hong Kong police against largely peaceful protesters demonstrating against a proposed extradition, Bill saying, violates international law, and is likely to lead to worsening violence. The group said tear gas and rubber bullets should never be used to disperse, peaceful protesters. House intelligence committee, chairman Adam Schiff says his panel is determined to find out more about Russian interference in the twenty sixteen election and whether the US is still vulnerable on Wall Street, Wall Street stocks.

Governor Jay Pritzker Poland chairman president Illinois White House Adam Schiff Hong Kong Elisha Mark meadows Roe Bill US Wade Washington attorney executive
"governor jay pritzker" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

News 96.5 WDBO

01:37 min | 3 years ago

"governor jay pritzker" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

"We don't even play music. Good afternoon. I'm Gene Wexler. Wait. We do play music. All right. The UN evacuates some one hundred fifty refugees from Libya to Rome, Italy, and they're now asking the world to help the UN refugee agency has flown some one hundred fifty people here to Rome, many of them, malnourished and sick after months of detention and civil war in Libya. Meanwhile, the Italian navy has rescued one hundred people stranded in the Mediterranean as their boat was about to sink this month. Alone, Libya's coast guard has intercepted and returned twelve hundred people trying to flee there by boat. The UN says refugees need more humanitarian evacuations right now, there may not is to put their lives at risk into flimsy boats, Meghan Williams, ABC, news, Rome. All right. Well, white while we could use some rain here in central Florida, severe. Dear flooding is expected this weekend in the mid west. Here's Ryan burrow in Burlington Iowa. The Mississippi River expected to crest at twenty four point one feet, Saturday, Nick McGregor assistant city manager for public works as they built temporary barrier walls to keep the water out right now. The water is over top of that, first half, SCO Illinois. Governor Jay Pritzker, deploying, two hundred national guardsmen to cities along the Mississippi and Illinois rivers. This is a grave situation and this administration is using every tool at our disposal to keep people safe residents along rivers are being urged to make evacuation plans. All right. And if you need proof that sharks are curious here. It is new video shows, a huge shark circling a woman swimming off Panama City beach stand battle started recording the shark from his hotel window on the twenty eighth floor..

UN Libya Rome Illinois Governor Jay Pritzker Gene Wexler Mississippi River Panama City Ryan burrow Mediterranean Meghan Williams Nick McGregor Florida Mississippi Italy Burlington Iowa SCO
"governor jay pritzker" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

03:08 min | 3 years ago

"governor jay pritzker" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Far more likely to be prescribed antibiotics then Cates who are taken to a clinic. Or doctor's office, the authors found four out of ten so-called telemedicine doctors failed to meet guidelines on prescribing antibiotics for one thing, you can't take a throat swab remotely now this doesn't just mean. Unnecessary drug bills for parents it adds to the growing global problem of antibiotic resistance. Vicki Barker CBS, news health, authorities around the world are sounding the alarm about eight drug resistant, yeast fungus, it's called Condado or it's showing itself. Mainly in hospitalized patients. Dr Todd Eller in itself, your health and Weymouth tells ABC it can be deadly to those with comprised immune systems, and that's not all microbe candidate Auras is resistant to the typical cleaning agents that hospital in healthcare facilities often use. So if we don't change the way, we clean rooms, then the Candida will hang out there. It could potentially infect the next person that enters the room. The centers for disease control and prevention warns candy or can also be misidentified in the laboratory without specific technology. Illinois becomes the eighth states to raise the legal age for tobacco use to Twenty-one. Governor Jay Pritzker as he signed the law calling on neighbors states do the same. If there are young people who will travel over state lines to buy tobacco products because they can legally buy them there than I urge the surrounding states to pass tobacco twenty one to that law takes effect July first questions about how legal weed could affect the fight against cigarette smoking. Marijuana advocates say there's no comparison between joints and cigarettes. Federal analysis finds the risk to lungs for marijuana smoking or far lower by comparison and unlike cigarettes, there's evidence of certain health benefits for marijuana. And then there's vaping. It's considered by some to be safer than cigarettes. But there has not yet been. A lot of research on that. And it has some policymakers concerned. Skydiver has plunged to his death in southern New Jersey. Authorities say they're trying to figure out why the unidentified fifty four year olds shoot didn't open is said to have been experienced diver having made more than one thousand jumps is body was found late yesterday afternoon on a road in Monroe township. Picking up the pieces outside Houston from a powerful storm over the weekend. ABC's Jim Ryan says it happened in an area known as tornado alley. The thunder thunderstorm that tore through the Houston area was fast moving but furious. Open up to dogs out. And there was no Pence narrow lives in the city of Texas. It was crazy. You nearby. Pasadena says fire chief art al-iman we do have broken POS power lines down. We do have a building collapse. But was on occupied only because it was the weekend. Jim Ryan ABC news. Dallas. Do you have a consumer problem is there a service provider in airline landlord? Perhaps it has been giving you the runaround while you can call call.

marijuana ABC Governor Jay Pritzker Jim Ryan ABC Vicki Barker CBS Houston Cates Dr Todd Eller Dallas Jim Ryan New Jersey Monroe township Illinois Texas Weymouth Pasadena
"governor jay pritzker" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

WLS-AM 890

02:03 min | 3 years ago

"governor jay pritzker" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

"The south side partner manner neighborhood this morning in elementary school nearby placed on lock down this after reports of a person barricading himself inside the home of the woman officers called for a domestic. Incident about eight thirty seventy one hundred block of south roads, the person barricaded himself inside the home with the woman. It was not clear at this time. Whether he's armed or not the nearby park. Manor elementary school has been placed on lock down. This situation is ongoing. Bring you updates as they come in Illinois. Governor Jay Pritzker is scheduled to unveil his first annual budget proposal amid an estimated three point two billion dollar deficit. The democrat to address a joint session of the general assembly at noon today is administration this month estimated that without action. The state could be in a three billion dollar hole in the spring of twenty twenty a couple of things Siri things will fix it. Pritzker campaigned on a progressive income tax legalizing recreational pot, but the graduated income tax would have to be voted on that can't happen till twenty twenty legalized pot could produce up to one billion dollars a new tax revenue but legislation has yet to be proposed. And it's unclear how soon cannabis could be sold. If the law is approved Chicago police want to speak to actor. Jussie smollet, but it's not clear that will happen anytime soon. Correspondent Ryan young reports. The two men allegedly involved in the attacker now cooperating with police bodybuilders who've week together a story who are now telling police all this information about what the actor may have come up with with them. And of course, they've given over their cell phones. We know for fact that detectives are trying to get the cellphone records for Jesse smaller and some his financial records to see if some of these stories blend together. Now, we know Cook County state's attorney Kim. Fox's recused herself from the investigation also involved in this investigation, the FBI and postal inspectors head of the FDA says that if states don't start requiring more school kids to get vaccinated the federal government might have to step in and do that outbreak of measles in Washington state, prompting all of this WLS news time ten oh four..

Governor Jay Pritzker Manor elementary school Jesse partner Siri Ryan young Illinois cannabis Jussie smollet Chicago Cook County FBI Kim FDA attorney Fox Washington three billion dollar
"governor jay pritzker" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

01:32 min | 3 years ago

"governor jay pritzker" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"For our newsroom. Two bouncers have been stabbed trying to keep a guy from going into a bar near UC riverside say the man tried to go into duke's bar and grill just after midnight, but was stopped when he refused to put out a cigarette and refused to be searched. Police say the man pulled a knife stabbed one of the bouncers then stabbed the other in the back in the neck before pulling out a gun and shooting one of the bouncers in the leg he shot at but missed the other bouncer, the bouncers were still able to subdue the man and hold him down until police arrived. The bouncers were taken to the hospital the man's been arrested on two counts of attempted murder. Amy king KFI news the man who killed five co workers a manufacturing warehouse in Aurora. Illinois took his gun to a meeting where he was going to be fired Illinois Governor Jay Pritzker says three of the five people killed were in that meeting. There are no worms for the kind of evil that robs our neighbors of their hopes dreams and their futures forty five-year-old Gary Martin was shot and killed during the shooting spree yesterday. Police say. Six officers were hurt. They are expected to survive their wounds Martin had six prior arrests, including traffic and domestic violence related issues. Martin's gun ID card been revoked in two thousand fourteen after fingerprinting found out about a felony conviction that he had Mississippi dating back to two thousand fourteen to law enforcement sources have told CNN they believe empire actor jussie smollet paid two men to orchestrate an alleged assault to Nigerian brothers were arrested Wednesday, but they've been released without any charges being made.

Gary Martin Governor Jay Pritzker Illinois duke KFI Amy king CNN Aurora jussie smollet assault Mississippi forty five-year
"governor jay pritzker" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

01:50 min | 3 years ago

"governor jay pritzker" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Illinois took heavy losses. Police chief Kristen Zemun explains. How the situation went down at one twenty eight officers arrived and were fired upon immediately. To of the initial four officers entering the building more shot. Additional officers began to arrive, and we're also fired upon a total of five officers were struck by gunfire. The other officers on the scene located gunshot victims inside the building at this time. We have confirmed that five victims are deceased Illiinois. Governor Jay Pritzker commander, the work of law enforcement personnel who rushed to the scene there. No words to express our gratitude to the families of the officers who were injured in the line of duty as they responded within moments to the gravest kind of danger that they can face police killed the gunman Forty-five. Gary Martin believed to have been an impli. I'm Barbara Kusak. House Judiciary committee, chairman Jerrold Nadler is calling for a hearing in the coming days on President Trump's declaration of a national emergency to get the border wall funds. He wants more on that from correspondent Kaitlan Collins is slow Republicans are voicing concern about the president declaring a national emergency. But his acting to staff Nick Mulvaney told reporters earlier today that he's confident they have the authority correspondent, Pamela Brown reports. Federal prosecutors say for the first time they have evidence of longtime Trump associate Roger stone communicating with WikiLeaks the information in court filings related to the Russia probe and searches of stones. Emails information on several accounts showed that Roger stone was in fact, in touch with Gustav, ahr, two point oh believed to be Russian intelligence and WikiLeaks federal judge has issued a gag order. In stones criminal case. The Dow closed up four hundred and forty four points, the s&p five hundred added thirty. With the NASDAQ.

President Trump Roger stone Nick Mulvaney Governor Jay Pritzker Kristen Zemun Gary Martin Jerrold Nadler House Judiciary committee Illinois Barbara Kusak Trump president Kaitlan Collins Pamela Brown commander
"governor jay pritzker" Discussed on 850 WFTL

850 WFTL

03:16 min | 3 years ago

"governor jay pritzker" Discussed on 850 WFTL

"Global warming such a hoax, and this is back this up factually all day. That they had to change the climate change. And of course, climate change is really argue against the idea to climate changes because you'd be to say the climate doesn't change, but we're seeing the coldest temperatures the polar vortex. I asked this question on Twitter earlier, I wonder what you think about this. How stupid must Albor feeling a day like today or or maybe he does he feel stupid, AVI? So, you know, he's convinced with the stupid movie and all, but he's gotta just hate. He's wake up the morning Sam sorry. What's the temperature in Chicago? Yeah. Feels like minus fifty five I wouldn't necessarily call that global warming. You know what I mean? So I said, well, they'd say the extremes extremes are caused by our cows. Farting interesting these emissions. It doesn't make any sense. I it just doesn't sometimes it gets really cold. Sometimes it gets really hot. Sometimes it's in the middle. The even the weatherman on television, or the weather woman, whatever on television instead of saying the normal temperature now city average temperature it's almost like somebody get mad at them for with the normal temperature should be how do you know, what normal is you say the average it's a mathematical equation? It's all so stupid. You also have where they used to report don't do this as much anymore where they would say, well, this is the hottest temperature we've seen since eighteen ninety six exciting to global warming. Clark crowd was like don't tell them that. It was hotter. Nineteen Ninety-six because then they're not gonna believe us when we sater's global warming and climate change in all this. So if you can give you a round up of of what's going on. There is for those of us who are in Texas. We woke up today. The thirty cells freezing today. When where we were this early this morning. So let me not wanna get out there. It was it was fifty something when I got another was fifty something and it was freezing freezing. You're talking about. One hundred degrees. Swing with was also helping out here. Reuters a blast of Arctic air the polar vortex. Brought record-setting cold a wide swath of the United States on Tuesday. Stretching from the Dakotas through main snow expected as far south as Alabama and Georgia. The midwest was the hardest hit region as temperatures plummeted below zero amid afternoon. The mercury was hovering at six in Chicago, twelve in Detroit, minus twenty two in Fargo, North Dakota and the brutal chill was caused by the polar vortex of massive freezing air that normally spins around the North Pole, but has made its way south into the United States officials warned residents long custom to chilling winters to expect an unusually deep and dangerous freeze. The storm poses a serious threat to the wellbeing of people around the state more use every tool at our disposal to keep our residents safe. Governor Jay Pritzker sense statement on Tuesday, a low of minus ten was forecast in Chicago on Wednesday, but with the wind chill factor. Dan, temperatures will feel as low as minus fifty times and the Chicago area and northern Illinois by Tuesday evening in the national weather service reported at temperatures could reach lows of minus thirty to minus forty and parts of the northern plains and Great Lakes on Wednesday. The national weather service said and then he cities in the midwest open warming shelters regional governments closed hundreds of.

Chicago United States Twitter Governor Jay Pritzker Dan Reuters Sam North Dakota Texas Fargo Great Lakes Clark Illinois North Pole Alabama Detroit Georgia
"governor jay pritzker" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

01:51 min | 3 years ago

"governor jay pritzker" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"Temperatures have led to more than twenty six hundred flight cancellations and delays public schools and colleges are closed throughout the midwest. Announce states are taking action Illinois Governor Jay Pritzker, joining the governors of Wisconsin. And Michigan with disaster proclamations. So that the state of Illinois can use every tool at our disposal to provide relief to our residents and to keep them safe. Temperatures in Chicago expected to fall to twenty degrees below zero overnight with high temperatures getting to thirteen below zero by Wednesday wind chills reaching as low as fifty five degrees below zero. The Illinois department of public health says that frostbite could set in unexposed skin within ten to fifteen minutes. Ryan burrow, ABC news, Chicago longtime Trump confidante Roger stone has pleaded not guilty to charges related to the Russia investigation. He was arraigned this morning in federal court in Washington in Pittsburgh. There are more charges now against the alleged synagogue shooter. A grand jury in Pennsylvania. Added thirteen hate crimes and firearms offenses to the list of charges Robert Bowers faces online court records said Bowers expressed a belief that Jews are the children of Satan prior to the attack the tree of life synagogue, before entering the synagogue court records said Bowers posted criticism of the Hebrew immigrant aid society, then shot at and shattered a window entered the building and opened fire killing eleven ABC's. Aaron katersky. Washington state measles. Outbreak is now spreading to other states. Hawaiian health officials are now confirming two cases of measles in Hawaii. Their water called imported cases unvaccinated visitors to Hawaii's big island who came from Washington state. The family had been exposed to measles in Clark county, Washington, and then travelled to Hawaii. The outbreak has been growing with most of the cases being an unvaccinated children. The governor of Washington has declared a state of emergency because of the outbreak. You're listening to ABC news..

Outbreak Washington Robert Bowers Illinois Hawaii Governor Jay Pritzker Chicago Illinois department of public Roger stone ABC Aaron katersky Wisconsin Ryan burrow Michigan Clark county Trump Pennsylvania
"governor jay pritzker" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

02:09 min | 3 years ago

"governor jay pritzker" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Think one guy got up almost standing up said Hong Kong when I told him where stone in Canada. What do you mean Canada Newark, I said, no we're in Canada. Absolutely shocking. Illinois's new governor wants to take a look at the state veterans homes with hopes of finding new problems. Governor Jay Pritzker announcing that there will be a review of all four of the state's home inspections to the governor wants to make sure there are any other lingering health problems after nearly thirteen Illinois veterans died from legionnaire's disease at those homes since two thousand fifteen and those are the headlines deadly sports. The New England Patriots are in the Super Bowl more often than not if they're back their third straight appearance and fourth in five years doing live beat Kansas City, thirty seven thirty one and over time the record with Tom Brady at quarterback and Bill Belichick coaching in the Super Bowl five and three two years ago that came back from down Twenty-eight three to beat Atlanta last year. They lost to the eagles this time. They play the Rams you got past the saints in overtime twenty six twenty three patriots opened as underdogs. But at last report were point and a half favorites for the game in Atlanta a week from Sunday. The Blackhawks took on the defending Stanley Cup champs. They were up five three in the third. Here's our Blackhawks replay on demand. Sponsored by expanding expanded. He delivers the fastest internet. Call click or visit an xfinity store today. Ostrom got the puck back in behind the hawk net. Winds up the right wing Cain hawk line. If the hand off the taste. On one break over the capital line, right circle. Time in history. Heavy handed chaplain. Six six three hawks forty in the third tapes would add another goal later in the third for a six career hat trick. The hawks went on to win eight to five Cain combining for five goals and five assists. We'll talk to Patrick Kane at nine ten on breakfast with the Blackhawk bulls. Take a ten game losing streak to Cleveland this afternoon in a match up of the teams with the NBA's to.

New England Patriots Cain hawk Governor Jay Pritzker Blackhawks Canada Illinois Atlanta hawks Hong Kong Patrick Kane Bill Belichick Blackhawk bulls eagles Tom Brady Ostrom Cleveland NBA Rams
"governor jay pritzker" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

02:12 min | 3 years ago

"governor jay pritzker" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Our air traffic. Controllers get paid. We wanna see our border patrol agents get paid. But there is a crisis at the southern border. And we've got to do everything we can to make sure that the president gets a chance to negotiate a plan. House majority leader, Steny Hoyer says the house will not take it scheduled recess next week if the government is still partially shut down. Governor Jay Pritzker getting right to work on his first full day in office Pritzker signing an executive order to help make state government. More transparent. Another aims to help close the gender pay gap by executive order will ensure that state agencies do not ask female job candidates for their salary histories to prevent artificially low salaries for women from undermining their value as workers the order also makes fighting wage theft in Illinois a priority. A federal lawsuits been filed by a woman who claims LaSalle county sheriff's deputies violated her civil rights when they forcibly stripped her after a two thousand seventeen arrest Zander askew is an ex US. Marine sergeant and her attorney says three female deputies stripped her January twentieth. Two years ago. Chicago Tribune says askew was arrested after deputies reported finding her very disoriented and confused in her car on the side of the road court records show, the misdemeanor DUI and resisting arrest charges were later dropped the lawsuit filed today accuses sheriff Thomas Templeton and deputies of unlawful detention false arrest and excessive force among other civil rights violations. Templeton refused to comment another explosion. And gunfire have been heard at the hotel complex in Kenya's capital. Even after authorities announced that all was secure after an attack earlier today. Africa's Islam militant group al-shabaab took responsibility for the attack today Nairobi which involved explosions and people being gunned down a cafe tables. Kenyan police say at least fifteen people were killed in the attack. US State Department confirming that an American citizen was among them one witness said they had trouble identifying. Some of the bodies. One was even not even invite the Cody. And then this. It's.

Governor Jay Pritzker Zander askew sheriff Thomas Templeton US executive Steny Hoyer Chicago Tribune LaSalle county Kenya Nairobi State Department president theft Illinois attorney Africa
Illinois: Dan Lipinski fights off primary challenge from progressive

The Steve Cochran Show

02:13 min | 4 years ago

Illinois: Dan Lipinski fights off primary challenge from progressive

"In the news sponsored by gilkey window company here steve grzanich good morning everyone thirty one degrees in chicago this morning on our way to forty today the suspect believed to be responsible for a series of bombings in texas has been killed following a confrontation with police police say they traced the suspect to a hotel overnight not far from where a suspicious package was located yesterday ben fled the scene then detonate a detonated a bomb inside his own vehicle police say they're still looking for possible co conspirators and other bombs that may have been shipped or placed earlier the suspect is a twenty four year old white man preliminary turn out from the primary yesterday looks like it's going to be at thirty one percent in chicago and in suburban cook county in two thousand fourteen for the primary for illinois governor the turnout was only sixteen percent in chicago fresh from his primary wind democratic candidate for governor jay pritzker says he's confident he can bring democrats together in the race against republican bruce rauner believe strongly that we have a common set values a core setina values as democrats that i talked about during the campaign bama progressive democrat who believes in the kitchen table issues critter one only about forty five percent of the democratic vote rauner fought off a close battle with fellow republican genie ives rauner and odds were separated by only about four percentage points despite suffering a defeat with the unpopular sweetened beverage tax toni preckwinkle has won the primary for cook county board president former chicago alderman bob fioretti hoped to take advantage of the revolt against the soda tax but his efforts apparently fell short democratic representative dan lipinski is held off a challenge from business woman and first time political candidate marine newman for congress in the third congressional district a mexican immigrant hey seuss chewy garcia has won the democratic nomination for congressman luis gutierrez his seat in washington have decided that the nation is ready to send an immigrant from mexico he's the heavy favorite against republican nominee mark lawrence in the november general election cook county assessor joe berrios has conceded his race to challenge her fritz kagan barrio.

Congress Fritz Kagan Congressman Luis Gutierrez Representative Steve Grzanich Joe Berrios Mark Lawrence Mexico Washington Garcia Chicago Dan Lipinski Bob Fioretti President Trump Toni Preckwinkle Bruce Rauner Governor Jay Pritzker Illinois Cook County Texas
Dan Lipinski fights off primary challenge from progressive

Nick Digilio

01:14 min | 4 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.

Arthur Jones Bob Fioretti Toni Preckwinkle Fritz Joe Berrios Commissioner Congressman Luis Gutierrez Coo Representative Illinois Chairman Austin President Trump Kagan Garcia Newman Dan Lipinski Governor Jay Pritzker Bruce Rauner Ninety Eight Percent