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"governor k. ivy" Discussed on 600 WREC

600 WREC

01:42 min | 2 weeks ago

"governor k. ivy" Discussed on 600 WREC

"Health care law down affecting coverage for more than 23 million Americans. Republican attorneys general in 18 States argue without a mandate to have insurance anymore. The law's unconstitutional tropical storm Ada may hit the Gulf Coast next Fada formed overnight. The storm is not coming towards the US, however, This is now an historic hurricane season, the most named storms of all time. Beating out 2005 with 29, Fox meteorologist. Janice Teen Americas Listening to Fox News Good morning 703. At Alabama's Morning News with J T. I'm Leah Brandon as President. Trump's campaign is now mounting legal challenges to results in several states. Congressman Mo Brooks says it's really not the courts that make the final decisions for Republican, noting that under the Constitution, it is the duty of Congress to determine whether to accept or reject the electoral votes. From various states. That is not something that Supreme Court makes a decision on. It is something that the United States Congress makes the decision on rocks, telling J T on Alabama's Morning news. The rules require a House member and senator simultaneously challenge of state's electoral votes. One member of the House joins with one member of the Senate. To object to the submission of a particular state's electoral college votes. Then there will be a house floor vote of some kind and extended for vote of some kind. To determine whether to accept or reject those electoral college votes. Brook says he hopes to see objections and votes to determine the winner. I'm Jim Purity Governor K Ivy, now holding off on calling Democrat Joe Biden,.

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"governor k. ivy" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

KLBJ 590AM

04:11 min | 2 months ago

"governor k. ivy" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

"Hey, O B J AM Austin 5 90 A. M and K. 259 a Jay Austin £99.7. Sally isn't finished on Lisa Brady Fox News. Remnants of the hurricane still flooding parts of the South the day after Sally's deadly landfall, Fox's Evan Brown with more live Khaleesi in Alabama, it says span as it could be. It's one death is reported in the state of 120,000. Customers of Alabama power are still out. Governor K. Ivy just spoke about getting power crews out to places that can be safely reached these lamb and will be working at warp speed to try to get your powers stolen and the goodness take If power lines are down in your yard. Do not attempt to fix that yourself. Further east in Pensacola, Florida, Gas shortages are reported in a major bridge lost a section of roadway in Atlanta. The remaining tropical depression caused a tree to fall on a house, killing one person there, Lisa Hey seven after weeks of clashes between federal law enforcement and violent protesters in Oregon, a Justice Department spokeswoman tells Fox News. They explored the possibility of criminal or civil charges against local officials in Portland. However, DOJ sources are denying reports that Attorney General William Barr told prosecutors to explore possible charges against the Seattle mayor. For allowing a protest zone to be created Democrats in Congress making a renewed push for Corona virus relief while accusing the president of ignoring science and failing to implement a national testing strategy. The fact is that 200,000 people in another day or so. Who had lost their lives to this disregard for science Speaker Nancy Pelosi is rejected smaller bills proposed by Senate Republicans after the House passed the $3 trillion euros Active May President Trump is called Democrats heartless, accusing them of playing election year politics with the new relief package. He's also signaled he may be willing to support Mohr funding than a slimmed down version. Blocked by Democrats in the Senate. America is listening to Bach's thieves. NewsRadio. Kale, BJ. I'm Patrick Osborne. This news brought you by J. Con roofing happening now Governor Abbott discussing easing some of the cove at 19 restrictions that have been in place Rice University political scientist Mark Jones as the governor's really walking a political tightrope. I would expect Abbott to try to throw the right wing of the party a bone by doing some limited opening up of something not doing anything to extreme that would alienate centrist voters are caused rising covert infection. Between now and Election Day. The state's positivity rate of covert 19 and hospitalizations have all been trending downward. Meantime, is teens and young adults and Travis County are beginning to account for more and more cases of covert. 19 Mayor Steve Adler says they're trying to pinpoint where that spike between the ages of 10 and 19 is actually coming from see if that's high school students or middle school students. New students and college as that younger demographic is seeing an increase. Elderly men and women in nursing homes have seen a huge decline once a hot spot for cases. Travis County now says there have only been 21. New cases found in nursing homes over the past two weeks more than $203 million has been overpaid, unemployed Texans this year. Cisco Gomez with Workforce Commission says over payments are considered to be debt. There's no statute of limitations on how long that debt follows you unless Overpayment is fraud. There is no interest. That means that if you owe $500 today 10 years from now, the debt would still be only $500 are also no hardship. Exemptions for overpayments. That 203 Million and overpayments represents just a half percent of all the benefits paid out this year and the mobility authority opening up another 1.3 mile stretch of the 1 83 toll Road on Saturday between techno center and balm. Road drivers will be able to use that new stretch at no charge and full completion is expected early next year. And now we get you looked your news radio cable. BJ radar Weather Watch human of the high 87 Mostly cloudy, inhuman tonight with a low 70 and tomorrow the high 88 from the weather Center. I'm Gregory Patra and I'm Patrick Osborne. Get Austin News on demand at news. Radio k LBJ dot com. You know, good company when.

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"governor k. ivy" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

77WABC Radio

01:49 min | 2 months ago

"governor k. ivy" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

"Fox News. Remnants of the hurricane still flooding parts of the South the day after Sally's deadly landfall, Fox's Evan Brown with more live At least in Alabama, it says. Spat as it could be. It's one death is reported in the state and 120,000 customers of Alabama power are still out. Governor K. Ivy just spoke about getting power crews out to places that can be safely reached these lamb and will be working at warp speed to try to get your powers stone wood and the goodness. Take If power lines are down in your yard. Do not attempt to fix that yourself. Further east in Pensacola, Florida, Gas shortages are reported and a major bridge lost a section of roadway in Atlanta. The remaining tropical depression caused a tree to fall on a house, killing one person there, Lisa Thanks seven after weeks of clashes between federal law enforcement and violent protesters in Oregon, a Justice Department spokeswoman tells Fox to use they explored the possibility of criminal or civil charges against local officials in Portland. However, DOJ sources are denying reports that Attorney General William Barr told prosecutors to explore possible charges against the Seattle mayor. For allowing a protest Don't to be created Democrats in Congress making a renewed push for Corona virus relief while accusing the president of ignoring science and failing to implement a national testing strategy. The fact is that 200,000 people in another day or so. I had lost their lives to this disregard for science Speaker Nancy Pelosi has rejected smaller bills proposed by Senate Republicans. After the House passed the $3 Trillion Heroes Act in May. President Trump is called Democrats heartless, accusing them of playing election year politics with a new relief package. He's also signaled he may be willing to support Mohr funding than a slimmed down version blocked by Democrats.

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"governor k. ivy" Discussed on KNST AM 790

KNST AM 790

01:52 min | 2 months ago

"governor k. ivy" Discussed on KNST AM 790

"Sally isn't finished on Lisa Brady Fox News. Remnants of the hurricane still flooding parts of the South the day after Sally's deadly landfall, Fox's Evan Brown with more live Police in Alabama, it says spat as it could be. It's one death is reported in the state and 120,000 customers of Alabama power are still out. Governor K. Ivy just spoke about getting power crews out to places that can be safely reached these lamb and will be working at warp speed. To try to get your power is still would And for goodness sake, if power lines are down in your yard, do not attempt to fix that yourself. Further east in Pensacola, Florida, Gas shortages are reported and a major bridge lost a section of roadway in Atlanta. The remaining tropical depression caused a tree to fall on a house, killing one person there, Lisa Thanks seven after weeks of clashes between federal law enforcement and violent protesters in Oregon, a Justice Department spokeswoman tells Fox to use they explored the possibility of criminal or civil charges against local officials in Portland. However, DOJ sources are denying reports that, Attorney General William Barr told prosecutors To explore possible charges against the Seattle mayor for allowing a protest Don't to be created Democrats in Congress making a renewed push for Corona virus relief while accusing the president of ignoring science and failing to implement a national testing strategy. The fact is that 200,000 people in another day or so we'll have lost their lives. To this disregard for science Speaker Nancy Pelosi has rejected smaller bills proposed by Senate Republicans. After the House passed the $3 Trillion Heroes acted May President Trump is called Democrats heartless, accusing them of playing election year politics with the new relief package. He's also signaled he may be willing to support Mohr funding than a slimmed down version blocked by Democrats.

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"governor k. ivy" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

01:52 min | 2 months ago

"governor k. ivy" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"Sally isn't finished on Lisa Brady Fox News. Remnants of the hurricane still flooding parts of the South the day after Sally's deadly landfall, Fox's Evan Brown more live. Police in Alabama. It says bat as it could be. It's one death is reported in the state and 120,000 customers of Alabama power are still out. Governor K. Ivy just spoke about getting power crews out to places that can be safely reached these lamb and will be working at warp speed to try to get your powers stolen and the goodness take If power lines are down, and you're yours do not attempt to fix that yourself. Further east in Pensacola, Florida, Gas shortages are reported in a major bridge lost a section of roadway in Atlanta. The remaining tropical depression caused a tree to fall on a house, killing one person there, Lisa Hey seven after weeks of clashes between federal law enforcement and violent protesters in Oregon, a Justice Department spokeswoman tells Fox News. They explored the possibility of criminal or civil charges against local officials in Portland. However, DOJ sources are denying reports that Attorney General William Barr told prosecutors to explore possible charges against the Seattle mayor. For allowing a protest Don't to be created Democrats in Congress making a renewed push for Corona virus relief while accusing the president of ignoring science and failing to implement a national testing strategy. The fact is that 200,000 people in another day or so. Have lost their lives to this disregard for science Speaker Nancy Pelosi has rejected smaller bills proposed by Senate Republicans. After the House passed the $3 Trillion Heroes Act in May. President Trump is called Democrats heartless, accusing them of playing election year politics with the new relief package. He's also signaled he may be willing to support Mohr funding than a slimmed down version. Blocked.

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"governor k. ivy" Discussed on AP News

AP News

01:40 min | 2 months ago

"governor k. ivy" Discussed on AP News

"Is lower than pediatric flu deaths in a normal year. I'm Jackie Quinn. Thiss is AP News I'm Rita full dangerous Hurricane Sally's expected a slam into the northern Gulf Coast this morning. Landfall could be between Alabama's Mobile Bay and the Florida Panhandle. Sally's blowing 105 mile per hour winds, making it a Category two storm. Nothing to mess with, warns Alabama Governor K. Ivy. We're looking at record flooding. Perhaps breaking historic levels and with a rising water comes a greater risk for loss of property and life rains, falling sideways winds or pummeling the storm zone and power's out for more than 150,000 homes and businesses. But Orange Beach, Alabama resident Vera Evans likes the challenging whether at the beach I love dangerously dirty air from the West Coast, wildfires is seeping into homes and businesses. Those living in California, Oregon and Washington state or breathing some of the most unhealthy air on the planet. Dijon Wagner lives in Seattle that you can't see nothing. I could barely see that. Boat over there. Another rain was going to clear it up. President Trump is denying he played down the threat of the Corona virus earlier this year, although there's an audio recording of him, saying he did that. And in a town hall, anchored by George.

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"governor k. ivy" Discussed on AP News

AP News

01:39 min | 2 months ago

"governor k. ivy" Discussed on AP News

"Or developmental conditions. I'm Jackie Quinn and I'm Rita Foley. Thiss his AP News. I'm reading a dangerous Hurricane Sally's expected a slam into the northern Gulf coast this morning. Landfall could be between Alabama's Mobile Bay and the Florida Panhandle. Sally's blowing 105 mile per hour winds, making it a Category two storm. Nothing to mess with, warns Alabama Governor K. Ivy. We're looking at record flooding. Perhaps breaking historic levels and with a rising water comes a greater risk for loss of property and life rains, falling sideways winds or pummeling the storm zone and power's out for more than 150,000 homes and businesses. But Orange Beach, Alabama resident Vera Evans likes the challenging whether at the beach I love dangerously dirty air from the West Coast, wildfires is seeping into homes and businesses. Those living in California, Oregon and Washington state or breathing some of the most unhealthy air on the planet. Dijon Wagner lives in Seattle that you can't see nothing. I could barely see that. Boat over there. Another rain was going to clear it up, but we only got like a little drizzle. President Trump is denying He played down the threat of the Corona virus earlier this year, although there's an audio recording of him, saying he did that. And in a.

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"governor k. ivy" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

02:25 min | 4 months ago

"governor k. ivy" Discussed on KOMO

"KOMO, Seattle KOMO FM, Oakville 20 minutes of nonstop news starts Now Here's what you could expect. After we check in with ABC, Washington decides to count Kobe deaths a different way. I'm Brian Calvert with change and where that puts our current number. Also They'll have more stories after we check in with ABC News at the top of the hour. Global News time now 10 o'clock from ABC News. I'm Michelle Franzen. A growing number of states seen a rise in Corona virus cases and hospitalizations. Alabama Now the latest order face coverings be worn in public Governor K Ivy today says new cases topping. 2100 as of last night, or two week period. From June 29 to July 13. The total number of Kobe Case 19 and Alabama rose by 50%. In Oklahoma Governor Kevin Stitt says he's tested positive for Corona virus and is isolating at home. He supported the president's campaign rally in Tulsa just over three weeks ago on June 18th at a briefing ahead of that rally, stayed saying this about the reopening plans in his state were one of the first states that has safely immeasurably re opened. We went through, we went to Phase three On June 1st. Now, he says he wants to use his case and says people should get tested today. President Trump says his thoughts and prayers are with the stick with Stitch and his family, two of the nation's most recognizable landmarks, now set to reopen next week. The Statue of Liberty and Ellis Island have been closed since March due to the Corona virus pandemic. The National Park Service said they would partially reopened Monday, assuming New York City moves into the next phase of its planned reopening. Initially, visitors would have access to the grounds of Liberty and Ellis Island. The Statue of Liberty Museum in Ellis Island. National Museum of Immigration Staff will be wearing masks, but they're not mandatory for visitors despite city and state guidance to wear them in situations when social distancing is not possible. Aaron Carter SKI ABC NEWS NEW YORK In a unanimous vote last night, the City Council of Asheville, North Carolina, approved to provide reparations to black residents and their descendants. The city apologized for the historic role in slavery, discrimination and denial of basic liberties. The resolution does not mandate direct payments and will make investments in areas where black residents face disparities. You're listening to ABC News. Stay connected..

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Standing up for women

Second Opinion

03:28 min | 1 year ago

Standing up for women

"This is Dr Michael Wilks with a second opinion. This week is Alabama's governor Kay Ivey signed the nation's most restrictive abortion Bill a near total ban on abortions, it focused attention on how women's health and well-being has become a punching bag. It's also a sad period for women and doctors nurses, who have vowed to take care of them. A doctor who terminates a pregnancy could be sentenced to a far longer term than the man who rapes the woman got her pregnant in the first place, there are some people who value the human life, even before it's a life when an embryo, is no more than an organized collection of cells, like a tumor but they don't care about real kids and families who are standing at our borders, pleading for asylum, because their lives back home are total hell these Americans. They shout from the highest peaks that every. He life is precious. But then they say to children you can't come to our loving, family friendly nation. They have no compassion, or understanding for a woman who just can't handle any more children who can't afford to feed them or as no safe place for them to live, who needs to work to feed her other children know in fourteen of our states. These women will not be allowed to end their own pregnancies in their own bodies. I'm sorry to tell our legislators that committed doctors and other health providers will not stop terminating pregnancies. They just won't you see their drive is not legal. They don't March to the desires of legislators. There's is a moral drive these health providers. They believe in autonomy in allowing women to make choices about their own bodies and they believe that they'll make the best choices. They believe that because they have seen this time and time again, that, if a woman doesn't want to carry a pregnancy to term our societies in new position to force that upon them any more than our government is in a position to raise the children for the women. They see what happens to unwanted children. They see our dysfunctional abusive foster care system. Our group homes are receiving homes. They've seen women who can't stop using drugs, but who can at least make the right decision to not carry an intoxicated, fetus to term our healthcare providers will stand up tall and advocate for our patients, even when there are entire prison wards entire prisons filled with doctors and nurses, sentenced to jail for caring for their patients. More doctors will come behind him to care for and protect women. And when they're arrested more will come. Behind them. We're not training doctors and nurses to be pawns on a chessboard. They're not technicians or followers are health providers are professionals devoted to doing what they believe is the right thing for our patients governor Ivy Brett Cav now and the religious, right? Cannot put this genie back into the bottle. This is Dr Michael Wilks with a second opinion.

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Governor Kay Ivey, Bill And Alabama Senate discussed on News, Traffic and Weather

News, Traffic and Weather

01:00 min | 1 year ago

Governor Kay Ivey, Bill And Alabama Senate discussed on News, Traffic and Weather

"Story in Alabama. Governor Kay Ivey has six days to decide if she will sign the most restrictive abortion Bill in the country into law. The Alabama Senate passed a near total ban late tonight. It would make abortions at any stage of pregnancy of felony including in cases of rape or incest. Doctors could face up to ninety nine years in prison. The only exception would be win the pregnancy. Creates a serious health. Risk for the woman. Critics are promising quick legal action. If the Bill aside, and Mary this is creating quite a strong response on social media tonight, certainly is pressing. We're hearing a lot of criticism of this Bill from democratic twenty twenty presidential candidates, including governor Jay Inslee in this tweet. He calls the Bill and abomination saying, quote, the choices of woman makes about her body should be between her and her doctor and no one else. Elizabeth Warren says the Bill is dangerous at exceptionally cruel and says supporters want to use it to overturn Roe v. Wade. We're also monitoring governor ivy's Twitter for any clues on whether she will sign the Bill so far she has not

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"governor k. ivy" Discussed on Super Station 101

Super Station 101

02:01 min | 3 years ago

"governor k. ivy" Discussed on Super Station 101

"Yellowhammer news i'm jay hamad alphonso denson president and chief executive officer of the birmingham shuttles worth international airport in birmingham will retire after thirty four years of service the birmingham airport authorities said in a statement that dense and will stay until the first quarter of two thousand eighteen denson served as the ceo of the birmingham airport for the last seventeen years more unexplained booms in the state and the latest unnerve ing sounds are along the alabama gulf coast instead of central or north alabama residents reported large boom thursday about nine fifteen a m opposed on orange beach community facebook page described it as a quote strong rumble of the earth unquote and ask who else heard it many responses from gulf shores ono island pretty though key elbert of the fort oregon peninsula as far north as fair hope foley were posted more fall down from tuesday senate election now governor k ivy is getting criticism from both sides democrats say ivy voted for rolling more while also saying that she believed the women who accused him of sexual misconduct republicans say i these call for the special election this year cost the state over sixteen million dollars and gave the democrats a chance to win the open senate seat many alabama republicans think that ivy hurt the republican party in alabama president trump said he wants to get rid of all the red tape at the white house today the president discussed his administration's efforts to peel back multiple federal regulations regulation is a stealth taxation so many of these enormous regulatory burdens where imposed on our citizens with no vote no debate and no accountability brought to you by attorney how exander shinora a man for the people for more alabama stories go to yellowhammer news dot com i'm jay have you ever made the wrong higher for your organization do you have.

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"governor k. ivy" Discussed on MSNBC Rachel Maddow (audio)

MSNBC Rachel Maddow (audio)

02:17 min | 3 years ago

"governor k. ivy" Discussed on MSNBC Rachel Maddow (audio)

"Uh i think it would have been more effective had he come out the strongly a couple of weeks ago before other state republicans sort of retreated to you know to the new the nearest corner before lieutenant excuse me i keep calling your lieutenant governor k ivy she's now governor king ivey but that's another story before she said that even though she believe these women that she was going to vote for perot and more but i it it can have an impact don't i'm not trying to dismiss that right now and it is a pretty strong stand that he's he's taking he went on television this weekend he's not really one for the sunday talk shows he went on tv with the purpose of i mean let's face it he basically cut an ad for doug jones with his statements this weekend and gave a lot of republicans here now obama uh license for permission to do the principal thing and even if they don't wanna vote for a democrat find some one name anyone come up with maybe i'll know diane bentley someone like that to right in uh as as their candidate and and not someone like roy more sea mentioned diane bentley who is the now divorced ex wife of the governor in alabama who was recently failed by a sex scandal that's how lieutenant governor iv went from being lieutenant governor being governor that followed another scandal that took out the most powerful legislator in the state mike hubbard who was turfed out of office after be convicted of multiple felony corruption counts and that of course followed roy more being thrown off the bench as chief justice and alabama not once but twice for defying federal court orders i mean alabama has had a try factors like what you're hoping for when you're covering far away stories to make them seem relevant and scandal is an interesting alabama is been suffering under scandal try factors upon try affect us for a long time now that state base history of so many things going wrong in the republican party at the highest levels does.

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"governor k. ivy" Discussed on KVNT Valley News Talk

KVNT Valley News Talk

01:43 min | 3 years ago

"governor k. ivy" Discussed on KVNT Valley News Talk

"For roy more for us senate alabama governor k ivy says she intends to vote for the embattled more adds to the state attorney general auditor secretary of state agriculture commissioner in public service commission president dean young who is a campaign strategist for poor roy more says having the president's backing means alatas trump supporters and very very important for the people of alabama and this nation you say this is president trump's agenda that swat so ordered that the judge more win this race young says that he doesn't expect an ethics investigation if more is elected to the senate does for is going to go to washington does what was gonna win and i highly south is going to be a senate investigation but if there is judge wars going to be found telling the truth is lockout always house dean young appeared earlier on abc's this week meemaw alabama voters getting a recorded phone call in which president donald trump says he needs republican roy more in the us senate the ninety second audio recording released sunday by the more campaign includes mr trump saying that progress on his agenda will be stopped cold if alabama lx democrat doug jones they voters will begin receiving that call monday the day before the election of boston staple for over one hundred seventy years is in trouble the boston herald declared bankruptcy and agreed to be sold new yorkbased gatehouse media daily newspaper founded in eighteen six says pension liabilities declining review digital media and growing competition is the reason for their decision but publishers say the paper we'll continue daytoday operations corresponded rhonda of the first even bitcoin future began trading sunday as the increasingly popular virtual currency made its debut on a major us exchange the future contract that expires in january january rose.

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"governor k. ivy" Discussed on Anderson Cooper 360

Anderson Cooper 360

01:34 min | 3 years ago

"governor k. ivy" Discussed on Anderson Cooper 360

"Well that's right governor k ivy had not said anything up until today and today she participated in the traditional pardoning of a thanksgiving turkey and let's just say it's not only the turkey that's happy tonight mr more may be happy to because she said because she wants to support the republican party she will vote for why more but what's most interesting about it is she also said this about the accusers i certainly have no reason to disbelieve any of them the timing is little curious but at the same time i have no reason to disbelieve him so what it comes down to is this she may believe the accusers the governor of the state of alabama but she is voting for the accused john or a gary teichmann in alabama four thanks so much gary with me now ed martin and tara set mayor tear i want to start with you roar moore's wife standing beside him other women up there as well do you think that will make a difference in this race no because i think you're going to find sycophants that follow people everywhere you go i mean it's almost like a political stockholm syndrome um so i don't i don't really think that that's going to be credible outside of the echo chamber that they're already in a most people objective observers looking at this are probably horrified by the fact that you're this many people in alabama are excusing away the actions of a potential child predator here this is it it's amazing to me that even with the governor of alabama said she is literally choosing part.

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"governor k. ivy" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:39 min | 3 years ago

"governor k. ivy" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"The perception that of andulo those don't care about the victims but instead just care about political power i care about the victims i've in jesus does too and speaking of political power alabama's governor k ivy reiterated today that she intends to set aside her misgivings and vote for roy more next month anthony to help the republicans insure their control of the us senate in washington dean reynolds in birmingham tonight thanks dean we have an update now on for gays reporting from last night the senate judiciary committee has asked the president's soninlaw jared kushner or documents regarding a back door russian overture and a dinner invitation during the 2016 campaign jeff has learned this came from zhou russian nationals who wanted to meet with mr trump sources say kushner declined the invitation but failed to disclose that fact to the committee one day after house republicans past attacks hall the senate version cleared committee today on a straight party line vote this followed twenty five hours of debate that got heated at the end here's chief congressional correspondent courtous this bull crap which you guys throughout here really gets old after love to do it right at the end of this tension had been billed as the lim the senate finance committee for four days when republicans are in power the first thing they wanna do is give tax cuts to the rich that's just what sits in their dna i really resent anybody saying that i'm just in this for the rich can be a break nine forty last night committee chairman orrin hatch and ohio democrats sherrod brown decided to have it out all due respect i get sick and tired of the richest regular or invasion getting richer i listen i've honored spot welfare which is about right that's all i'm saying i come from lower middle class originally we didn't have anything so skew that stuff on may at the heart of the debate was new analysis by the joint committee on taxation a bipartisan congressional operation it says the republican senate plan initial lead to tax cuts at all income levels but low income americans would start seeing their taxes go up in 2020 on and by 2020 seven all individuals making seventy five thousand dollars or less would pay more john under current law partly because many of the plans tax breaks our temporary kevin hassett is the since chief economist of course the hope for everybody.

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"governor k. ivy" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

02:05 min | 3 years ago

"governor k. ivy" Discussed on KOMO

"Thousand fm ninety seven seven and komonewscom's doors were keeping an eye on television size that are editor's desk alabama's governor says there are no plans now to change the date of the special election for the senate alabama governor k ivy said today the election date produce sabir twelve kgb governor's office said since saturday that she's not considering moving the election and said she plans for now to vote for republican senate candidate roy more but added there may be some facts more facts to come out moore's accused of in initiating sexual contact with a 14yearold girl decades ago president trump nominating white men to america's federal courts at a rate not seen in nearly thirty years according to an aide p analysis of his nominees to the lifetime appointments the makeup of trump's choices' is threatening to reverse a slow transformation twenty judiciary reflecting the nation's diversity the white house says the president is focused on the five judges who share his judicial philosophy president trump wrapped up his marathon trip to asia the as of south was even nations summit in manila yelled at bilateral meeting with the philippines president rodrigo to tear today the president had praised him for his tough stance on drug trade abc's care our drivers traveling with the president joins me for the update on this meeting gortat kerr did the president question him about alleged human rights abuses by the dictator administration my plea in the context of the philippine uh war against gold clogs they also talked with aces and trade issues the white house as that in the past on this particular issue with other countries of their human rights by other world leaders the white house instead that the president prefers to talk about that stuff behind closed doors not in like not with public criticism because they feel that gives them more leverage the bit of a job at the obama administration and some of the speeches and statements that president obama bait while they say this is a different strategy this is they like to do with the president did today very complimentary a president caretaker in person uh great chemistry great relationship he's been a great show senior bug out a couple of time in a formal speech at very different than what we see with other meetings but as the white house says it's done deal partly in order to.

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"governor k. ivy" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:22 min | 3 years ago

"governor k. ivy" Discussed on KQED Radio

"From npr news this is all things i'm kelly mcevers in culver city california added i'm robert siegel in washington roy morey says he is still running for the us senate in a special election next month the washington post reported that the alabama republican initiated a sexual encounter with a 14yearold girl when he is thirty two and when he was an assistant district attorney but more remains defiant telling sean hannity's radio show this allegatio strikingly conduct completely ballclub labor politically motivated i believe there rattling to stall over felt will campaign that's what they're doing every from president trump to rank and file senators washington have called on board to withdraw from the race if the allegations nato support is still strong in alabama here's andrew yegor giannis in birmingham while the state's republican governor k ivy called the report deeply disturbing she says she will reserve judgment until the fat known gene publican leaders in alabama are with more i mean how do you react to an allegation that obviously thirty eight years ago say senator dick brew baker says he does it dismissed the report outright these skeptical i do not by the idea that suddenly a closet now the us senate he felt like he had to come forward i mean come on he's one for golf and he's been elected to the highest court and land twice lines dm county republican party chairman noel wall is skeptical the post story to and he says republicans in alabama look at the situation differently i think that's because walked in washington oh called establishment people in washington did not one just more up there so they they would use this i need uh tried to prevent him from getting a washington deems bennett who's the cheers dekalb county republican party believes the story might actually help roy more he says since the report broke his phone has been ringing constantly for more supporters when he bumper stickers and signs later a of a going more support uh land is laid the republicans led and uh i think we're gonna see feel increase voter turnout due to the mortgage is a polarizing seghir here he was twice removed his albums chief justice for nor in federal court orders and out in the suburbs of uh john many voters were reluctant to even talk about him at this playground in.

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"governor k. ivy" Discussed on Super Station 101

Super Station 101

01:39 min | 3 years ago

"governor k. ivy" Discussed on Super Station 101

"I'm jerry holland james nolan former state finance department chief information officer and rex mcdowell former assistant director of finance information and administrative services for the state to higher ranking state officials who were removed from their positions last year you're my former governor robert bentley have been cleared of wrongdoing both receive letters of apology from governor k ivy in the letters the governor signed a two state audits in an fbi investigation both of which determined there was no criminal activity by either nolan or mcdowell in the letters ivy said the men deserved for their names to be cleared publicly the poor in mobile has stopped accepting loaded barges and has notified ships to complete loading and unloading by six p today as it braces for tropical storm nate alabama state port authority is concerned that needs impact which is still uncertain could make landfall near the port and endangering the lives of those who were loading and unloading freight from ships the storm is generally expected to strengthen to minimal hurricane status as it travels northward across the gulf of mexico on saturday and possibly making landfall near mobile president trump praised hispanic america instead a white house event marking hispanic heritage month the president spoke about ongoing hurricane recovery efforts in puerto rico saying it's a long road ahead at one point the president switch to an accent had voice we love puerto rico welcome and we also love puerto rico that.

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"governor k. ivy" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

02:00 min | 3 years ago

"governor k. ivy" Discussed on KOMO

"Alabama governor k ivy has tweeted that she's closely monitoring the situation the facility is home to army aviation and missile command marshall space flight center the reds to an arsenal at atf and fbi facilities jim ryan abc news the department of homeland security says it's monitoring cyber attack in europe abc's tom rivers is that the foreign desk hackers have been causing widespread disruption across europe hitting ukraine especially hard company and government officials reports serious intrusions at ukrainian power grid banks and government offices russia's rosneft oil company in the danish shipping giant merrill ask also reporting problems technology experts say it's probably another ransomware attack holding files hostage unless the user pays to unlock them in the us the pharmaceutical giant merck says its network has been compromised the white house is pushing back against reports that it surprised the pentagon and other departments by issuing a statement claiming it's possible syria is getting ready to launch another chemical attack deputy press secretary sarah sanders says all relevant agencies were notified about the statement which include the threat that syria quote will pay a heavy price if there's another attack president trump is lobbying today meeting at the white house with republican senator rand paul one of six opposing their parties plan to replace obamacare those working this tissue for the republicans they see rand paul is perhaps the least likely to ultimately vote for this bill so no clear path because the more you do the police somebody like rand paul the more you alienate somebody like susan collins abc news chief white house correspondent jonathan karl on wall street the dow is down ten points you're listening to abc news stay connected stay informed this is 20 minutes of nonstop news komo news one thousand fm 97 7 good morning to you geno to the it's fifty nine under cloudy skies downtown their way to a mostly sunny today with a high into the low 70s on tom hitler top stories from our called twenty four seven news center dry light nato is blamed for sparking dozens of.

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