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Oregon Governor Kate Brown Issues Outdoor Mask Mandate
"Here's the announcement from the oregon governor. Kate brown today. I'm announcing that effective friday. Twenty seventh mass will be required in all public. Outdoor settings or physical distancing is not possible regardless of vaccination status massa proven to be effective reducing transmission and are unnecessary measure. Right now even some outdoor settings to help us fight coveted and to protect one another alright. Riddle me this batman. How many outdoor activities prohibit social distancing. How does that work. How in the world do you. So in oregon. You must wear a mask outside. And then she adds a caveat. Where social distancing isn't permitted or possible. What does that mean if you're out in the field if you're walking down the street i mean i guess. She means outdoor concerts. Why don't you say that in other words there is unless you're a seat. It's impossible to to not be able to socially distance it's it is coded derangement syndrome. They are making crap up as they go. And every we all know it and it's only these democrat governors who sound like escapees from a mental institution. You're gonna make people wear masks outside.
Oregon to Require Health Workers, School Staff Be Vaccinated
"In other states is imposing mandates in schools. Covid 19 poses a threat to our kids, and our kids need to be protected. Oregon Governor Kate Brown, a Democrat, requiring all teachers and staff be vaccinated at everyone in schools must wear
States That Had a Grip on COVID Now Seeing a Crush of Cases
"Coronavirus cases continue to grow across the country thanks to the delta variant for the third straight week Florida has set a new record with an average of over twenty one thousand a day in Alabama governor Kay Ivey issued a state of emergency as hospitals their faces surgeon covert nineteen cases and in Oregon governor Kate brown is calling on the National Guard to support our hospitals over stretched my patience during the delta search I'm deploying five hundred Oregon National Guard members initially to hospitals across the state brown's order came on the same day the state tied a record low for available beds in the I see you I'm showing up there
COVID-stricken Oregon deploys National Guard to hospitals
"A number of states hard hit by coded nineteen are seeking additional help for beleaguered hospital workers but they have different approaches for reducing the spread of the delta variant in Oregon where healthcare workers are being pushed to the brink by spiraling coded cases fueled by the delta variant governor Kate brown a Democrat is calling in hundreds of National Guard troops I cannot emphasize enough the seriousness of this crisis for all Oregonians especially those who might need emergency or intensive care brown has urged vaccinations and implemented an indoor mask mandate Mississippi Republican governor Tate Reeves who recently said mask wearing has nothing to do with rational science is seeking hundreds of out of state medical workers to deal with the state's spike in cases he says he won't require anyone to get vaccinated the reality is there are risks associated with taking the vaccine there are risks associated with not taking the vaccine I'm Jackie Quinn
Oregon Governor Deploys up to 1,500 National Guard Troops to Support Hospitals
"Oregon's governor says she will send up to 1500 National Guard troops to hospitals around the state to support health care workers as the Covid 19 surges amid the rapid spread of the delta variant. Governor Kate Brown says the first group of 500 guard members will be deployed next
States That Had a Grip on COVID Now Seeing a Crush of Cases
"Coronavirus cases are on the rise across the country nationally Colbert nineteen cases are averaging about a hundred and twenty three thousand a day a level not seen since February the search strongest in the south White House coronavirus coordinator Jeff sign says it's driving people to get their shots in the last week three point three million Americans rolled up their sleeves to get their first shot two states consider pandemic success stories are now suffering Oregon and Hawaii both reporting record cases and hospitalizations in Oregon governor Kate brown announcing nearly everyone will have to wear masks again in indoor public spaces regardless of their vaccination status officials in Hawaii say the virus mated to the island's not that much through tourist but rather residents who travel to the mainland and brought it back with them I'm timid wire
'We're Facing a Long, Difficult Fire Season': Oregon's Gov. Kate Brown
"This will be one of the worst fire seasons in Oregon's history. 11 90 KT. Ex Brad Ford has more. There are nine major wildfires burning in Oregon Governor Kate Brown says the drought and hot weather has the state prime. We're responding to new fires as we're still recovering from last year's devastating fire season. Bootleg fire is the fourth largest in Oregon history, and it's growing more than 2000. Firefighters are working to contain it, including crews from California and Utah. Brown is urging caution to avoid starting more fires. The man accused of murdering
States, Business Sort Out What New CDC Mask Guidance Means
"Across the nation there is differing reaction to the CDC's new mass guidelines several states say they're falling in line with the guidance either now or in the coming weeks including Oregon and governor Kate brown Oregonians who are fully vaccinated no longer need to wear masks or social distance in most public spaces other states along with cities and some big businesses are holding off and made questions about whether the mass guidance is safe or a workable given that there's no easy way to be sure who is fully vaccinated and who is not just like companies and businesses are digesting this so are we White House spokeswoman Jen Psaki says it'll take time to implement the guidance those staffers there have been told if they are vaccinated there's no need for masks president Biden stepped outside the west wing without one and when asked if he's enjoying his first Damascus day simply said yes Sager mag ani Washington
Oregon Gov. Defends Decision to Increase COVID Restrictions
"Parts of the Pacific northwestern dealing with a spike in corona virus cases Oregon governor Kate brown is worried about hospital capacity as hard as this this we must act immediately there is no indoor dining at restaurants in fifteen counties in Oregon capacity has been significantly reduced in gyms and other indoor spaces well fewer seniors are being hospitalized thanks to vaccinations covered nineteen is now knocking more younger people off their feet brown says she intends to fully re opened Oregon's economy by the end of June restrictions are also in place in parts of Washington I'm a Donahue
Oregon Gov. Kate Brown gets Johnson & Johnson vaccine to show it's 'safe and effective'
"Democratic Oregon Governor Kate Brown receiving the Johnson and Johnson vaccine yesterday and encouraging others to get it. Brown says she got the Johnson and Johnson vaccine to demonstrate that it's safe and effective and to counter rumors and
Oregon governor orders schools to reopen by April 19
"Jared, Oregon's governor is ordering teachers back to classrooms using an executive order to mandate that all schools provide universal access to in person. Learning. The deadline is month's end for students up to fifth grade in mid April for older students. Democratic governor Kate Brown has faced increasing pressure after the state moved teachers to the head of the line for covert
Oregon to begin vaccinating prisoners against COVID-19 after judge's order
"A federal judge is ordering Governor Kate Brown of the Oregon Department of Corrections to vaccinate state prisoners immediately. The ruling from the judge places prisoners in phase one day of the state's covered 19 distribution plant, putting them in the same category with other vulnerable populations living in congregate care facilities. The judge cited statistics that show about one and four inmates in Oregon prisons have tested positive for the virus. Governor Brown says the state will not appeal the
Vaccine reserve was exhausted when Trump administration vowed to release it, dashing hopes for Washington state supply
"Health Health and and Human Human Services Services Secretary Secretary Alex Alex A's A's are are indicated indicated there there would would be be millions millions of of extra extra vaccine vaccine doses doses released released to to the the state. state. We We are are releasing releasing the the entire entire supply. supply. We We have have Order Order by by states states rather rather than than holding holding second second doses doses in in physical physical reserve. reserve. But But new new reporting reporting in in the the Washington Washington Post Post shows shows there were no doses available in reserve, as result of states that had been gearing up to expand distribution of the covert vaccine have no extra doses to give out. In a tweet. The Washington State Health Department says they understand why people may feel the situation is confusing and frustrating. Oregon Governor Kate Brown calls it a deception on a national scale. Reached out to health and human services for comment.
Oregon Governor Kate Brown on COVID-19 Surge and New Restrictions
"In oregon like so many states across the us. kobe. Hospitalizations are now at record levels on sunday alone. Health officials reported more than eight hundred new cases of covid nineteen just two days earlier. Oregon governor kate brown announced new restrictions aimed at curbing the spread of the disease hearkening back to the early days of the pandemic starting today. There will be a two week freeze in oregon limiting restaurants and bars to take out only enclosing gyms museums and other places of indoor and outdoor recreation already. The new restrictions are being met with backlash some business owners especially in the restaurant industry and some elected officials have criticized the decision with some worried about what it will mean for their businesses survival. So what do the new restrictions mean for the state to answer that and more we went right to the source. My name is kate. Brown governor oregon. Here's what governor brown told me about. Why the two week freeze was necessary. Hospitalizations are rising sharply in oregon. And in fact our metro area hospitals are being stretched to capacity and some have voluntarily began to stop surgeries to preserve beds and staff capacity. These measures are necessary to give oregon a fighting chance to stop covid. Nineteen cases governor. Are you also concerned about the potential shortages for medical personnel from other parts of the country. Given that so much of the country is now battling a covid. Nineteen much more than it was in the beginning of the pandemic absolutely my top priority is governor is to save lives and keep oregonians healthy. We use science and data here To make decisions that is you know. we're surrounded by hot spots from idaho To washington to california each one of us can make a difference. We're truly all in this together and we all have to take action To keep ourselves healthy families healthy and our communities healthy governor you mentioned the state of california and washington you also recently signed a new coronavirus travel advisory in conjunction with those two states and those two governors. What's the hope. They're our hope is that we will send a very clear message to folks living on the west coast. We want you to travel. But we you to do it safely and we ask you to quarantine for two weeks both prior to your departure and upon your return the virus obviously spreads very readily from person to person and it's critically important That we protect our vulnerable populations are elderly are folks with underlying health conditions and Appreciate the willingness of my fellow governors on the west coast take immediate action They're also limits that you've put on private social gatherings limiting those two six people but governor with those private gathering limitations and the travel advisory restrictions. How are you expecting to enforce those particularly as we head into the first of a couple of holidays namely thanksgiving. I've directed the oregon state police to work with local law enforcement to enforce gathering limits. But it's much in the same way as local officers respond to noise complaints for loud parties for example and issue citations. I'm not expecting law enforcement to be going door to door. But certainly in cases where there's a flagrant violation people should and will be cited. What's the threshold you're looking for. In terms of determining whether further restrictions will be needed. Look i've said all along. I'm not going to be the party police. This is really up to individuals to take responsibility for their actions. What we know. is that informal. Social gatherings are super spreader events. So i've asked oregonians to limit their social gatherings keep it to own household and no more than six people and no more than two households. I know this is really really hard. We all want to spend thanksgiving with our families. I have to tell you we have great family events Friends family fabulous food. We play games. But i would rather celebrate in a very small group. This thanksgiving and then have a fabulous festivity next thanksgiving and see all of my family members. Lived through this pandemic
"governor kate brown" Discussed on KOMO
"That way, Cruz don't have to wait for a tow truck to arrive to get those cars out of the way. Let's go almost even care and reporting. Washington State set another daily record in covert 19 cases, shattering the previous record with over 2100 new coronavirus cases. The Washington State Department of Health reported 2142 new cases. 88 additional hospitalizations and 12 more deaths due to the virus. Washington State's previous high was set last week with 1691 cases in a single day before continuing its upward climb this week. There are now voluntary travel restrictions up and down the West Coast and Cuomo's Charlie Harder tells us Oregon's governor is sending her state back into lockdown. The dreaded winter surges here, Governor Kate Brown says a case numbers in Oregon are too severe. I'm announcing a two week freeze. For the entire state. Getting Wednesday, November, 18th restaurants will be limited to take out their only reduced capacity of stores, among other things. It's very similar to stay at home order is issued in March. It's unclear whether Governor Jay Inslee of Washington will make a comparable order here next week. Brown, Anjali and California Governor Gavin Newsom have also issued a travel advisory. They urge people to self quarantine for two weeks. If they come in from out of state and to limit where they travel Charlie Harder, come on heels and as Charlie said Governor Julian's. He plans to announce more restrictions next week, but he has already asked us to limit our holiday plans come most. Patrick Quinn has reaction. Rethink Thanksgiving. That's the message from Governor Jay Inslee. It's just too dangerous together together indoors across Puget Sound, most people We talked with are taking the governor at his word. I agree with what he's saying. Hey at home. We.
Voluntary travel restrictions put into place across the country
"Now voluntary travel restrictions up and down the West Coast and come owes Charlie Harder tells us Oregon's governor is sending her state back in the lockdown. The dreaded winter surges here, Governor Kate Brown says a case numbers in Oregon are too severe. I'm announcing a two week freeze. For the entire state. Getting Wednesday, November 18th restaurants will be limited to take out there will be reduced capacity and stores, among other things. It's very similar to stay at home orders issued in March. It's unclear whether Governor Jay Ainsley of Washington will make a comparable order here next week. Brown, Anjali and California Governor Gavin Newsom have also issued a travel advisory. They urge people to self quarantine for two weeks. If they come in from out of state and to limit where they travel. Charlie Harder come on,
Election demonstrators arrested in Seattle and Portland
"With the presidential election still undecided more than a dozen protesters have been arrested demonstrators took to the streets in Seattle where police say seven protesters have been arrested the charges include property damage resisting arrest and assaulting an officer authorities say in Portland ten people have been arrested for allegedly smashing out the windows of businesses in hurling objects including fireworks at officers Oregon governor Kate brown has said she would keep state troopers sheriff's deputies and police officers under a unified command into Friday in Portland to handle protests amid the uncertainty over the presidential election I'm Mike Kemp and
Governor puts Oregon National Guard on standby to assist with Election Day issues
"The country of racing Or the possibility of violent protests and demonstrations. Organs. Governor Kate Brown has the National guard standing by want to be very, very clear that voter intimidation And political violence will not be tolerated. The city of Portland has seen continuous demonstration since the killing of George Floyd in May. And it's presumed that Portland's streets will again be the scene of some kind of clash Tesco and is a senior reporter
Fearing election unrest, U.S. businesses are getting ready
"Election day is coming and the plywood is going up business owners are worried that Tuesday's election could lead to the sort of address that broke out earlier this year in downtown Washington the sounds of power tools echo through the streets as workers supported actions of businesses in downtown Indianapolis and eye care practice in a nearby bank put up boards over the weekend both businesses suffered extensive damage during may disturbances after the death of George Floyd Portland Oregon has seen nearly nightly protests for five months and today Oregon governor Kate brown put the National Guard on standby she's using her executive authority to activity unified command voter intimidation and political violence will not be tolerated Jennifer king Washington
"governor kate brown" Discussed on KTOK
"President's high court pick. I'm Rich Dennison. FOX News. Fox News has confirmed that President Trump intends to nominate Judge Amy Cockney bear it to the Supreme Court to fill the seat vacated with last week's death of Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg. President, commenting on judge married on his return to Washington Friday night. Well, I haven't said it was her, but she is outstanding, but they're all outstanding. They're all very outstanding people top of the line academically and every way possible. The president has planned a White House Rose Garden ceremony for the formal announcement. Senate Republicans say they want to move quickly to begin hearings with a confirmation vote by the full Senate before the November 3rd presidential election. Oregon's governor says she's taking action ahead of the weekend after reports right wing groups planned protest in Portland. Even though officials in the city of Portland have denied the group of permit. The proud boys are apparently planning a protest Saturday, calling it And domestic terrorism, left wing protesters say in a social media flyer. They're calling on everyday anti fascist to join them to resist. Oregon Governor Kate Brown said white supremacist groups were coming. The pattern of these particular groups is clear. To intimidate, instigate and inflame. So she says state police and the Multnomah County Sheriff will be in charge in Portland this weekend. Both agencies had initially resisted, but they will be allowed to use tear gas, even though the city's mayor has restricted local police use of such nonlethal force. Jessica Rosenthal. Fox News. Briana Taylor's family is demanding that Kentucky authorities released all body camera footage, police files and the transcripts of the grand jury hearings that led to no criminal charges being brought against police officers involved in the black woman's fatal shooting during a raid at her apartment. That decision has sparked more protests in Louisville and other cities across the country. America is listening.
"governor kate brown" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK
"30 2020. Ready for the announcement. Timely. Scylla. Sarah Fox News. Fox News has learned President Trump and hence to nominate Amy Cockney Barrett to fill the vacancy on the Supreme Court left by the death of Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg, though he didn't give anything away when asked about it this afternoon roll great. It could be any one of them could be actually anyone on the list. They're outstanding. But I'll be announcing tomorrow at the White House night at a rally Newport News. All he said, was that the nominee would be a woman a third night of protests in Louisville, Kentucky, over a grand jury's decision to not charge the police officers involved in the death of Rianna Taylor were a few interactions with police. The demonstrators were told to stick to the sidewalk. They didn't stick to the sidewalks. The demonstration was declared unlawful boxes by Tobin in Louisville. One former officer was charged because bullets went into a neighboring apartment. Civil rights attorney Ben Crump is calling for the evidence that was presented to the grand jury to be released. Oregon's governor has declared a state of emergency ahead of what could be a violent protests and counter protest in Portland. Even though officials in the city of Portland have denied the group of permit. The proud boys are apparently planning a protest Saturday, calling it And domestic terrorism, left wing protesters say in a social media flyer. They're calling on everyday anti fascist to join them to resist. Oregon Governor Kate Brown said white supremacist groups were coming. The pattern of these particular groups is clear. To intimidate, instigate and inflamed. So she says state police and the Multnomah County Sheriff will be in charge in Portland this weekend. Both agencies had initially resisted, but they will be allowed to use tear gas, even though the city's mayor has restricted local police use of such nonlethal force. Jessica Rosenthal FOX NEWS South Korea says he will ask North Korea to further investigate the shooting death of the South Korean fisheries. Official North Korean leader can Award winning chefs.
"governor kate brown" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM
"All, he said, was that the nominee would be a woman a third night of protests in Louisville, Kentucky, over a grand jury's decision to not charge the police officers involved in the death of Rianna Taylor were a few interactions with police. The demonstrators were told to stick to the sidewalk. They didn't stick to the sidewalk. The demonstration was declared unlawful boxes liked open in Louisville. One former officer was charged because bullets went into a neighboring apartment. Civil rights attorney Ben Crump is calling for the evidence that was presented to the grand jury to be released. Oregon's governor has declared a state of emergency ahead of what could be a violent protests and counter protest in Portland. Even though officials in the city of Portland have denied the group of permit. The proud boys are apparently planning a protest Saturday, calling it and domestic terrorism. Left wing protesters say in a social media flyer. They're calling on everyday anti fascist to join them to resist. Oregon Governor Kate Brown said white supremacist groups were coming. The pattern of these particular groups is clear. To intimidate, instigate and inflamed. So she says state police animal Noma County Sheriff will be in charge in Portland this weekend. Both agencies had initially resisted, but they will be allowed to use tear gas, even though the city's mayor has restricted local police use of such nonlethal force. Jessica Rosenthal. FOX NEWS South Korea says he will ask North Korea to further investigate the shooting death of the South Korean fisheries. Official North Korean leader can I'm the Fox News Podcasts.
"governor kate brown" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"Near the Southeast Louisiana coast today. And make landfall tonight or Wednesday morning. A Siri's of wildfires in Oregon has claimed at least 10 lives. Governor Kate Brown says she fears the toll will rise as crews continue to battle 35 active blazes. Chris layman of member station KLCC reports. Firefighters from as far away as Michigan are battling several dozen blazes around the state. Several small towns were virtually destroyed in their path. While the wind that drove the rapid growth of the fires last week has subsided, Oregon Governor Kate Brown said recovery is still a long way off The smoke blanketing the state is a constant reminder that this tragedy has not yet come to an end. Forecasters say it could be Thursday before the air quality improves. Until then, Public health officials are warning residents to stay inside as much as possible. For NPR News. I'm Chris Lehman in Salem, Oregon. President Trump is denying the West's record fire season is connected to climate change on a visit to fire ravaged California yesterday were more than 3500 Square miles are scorched. Trump dismissed state officials who urged him not to ignore the science. He told officials it'll start getting cooler and he doesn't believe science knows. The White House hosts a signing ceremony today, marking what Trump Administration officials call a changing Middle East. NPR's Michelle Kelemen reports to Gulf Arab countries are normalizing ties with Israel. The White House says This will be the first time in decades that Arab countries air making peace with Israel. Neither Bahrain nor the United Arab Emirates were ever at war with Israel, though they have been quietly working together to counter Iran, and now they're making those relationships public. A deal could also paved the way for the United Arab Emirates to buy advanced U. S fighter jets Palestinian see the agreements as a stab in the back back. Crane says It's normalizing ties with Israel for its own security and economic reasons and is not abandoning the Palestinian cause. The Trump administration wants to see Saudi Arabia and others follow suit. Michelle Kelemen. NPR NEWS This is NPR. And this is WNBC in New York, four minutes after six o'clock. Good morning. I'm David first. It's 56 degrees right now in Central Park. We're looking at a high of 67 this afternoon. Advocates are warning about the use of artificial intelligence to monitor prison phone calls in New York prisons WN Y sees George Joseph reports. A new report shows that New York prisons now have speech recognition technology they can flag suspicious. Key words used in prison phone calls the automated monitoring Khun Target not only prisoners, but also those who call them. Albert Foxconn of the Surveillance Technology Oversight project, authored the report. We will see prisoners being wrongfully punished their family members being wrongfully arrested. When this technology gets it wrong. The report notes that this type of software often his higher error rates for black speakers as opposed to white ones. New York corrections officials said the program AIDS in prison security and confirmed that the report is under review..
"governor kate brown" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"The news. Live from NPR news. I'm Shea Stevens. The elder bands of Hurricane Sally are moving ashore in the Florida Panhandle. NPR's Debbie Elliot reports that residents along a wide swath of the Gulf Coast are under a hurricane warning. Low lying communities evacuated and others rushed to prepare for the storm. In Orange Beach, Alabama, restaurant owner David Schwartz and a small crew put aluminum shutters on the front of Doc's seafood just across the road from the roiling Gulf of Mexico. I'm really worried about Storm, Sarge. Uh Water will come through here and sweep this place away like it was never here. It's just, uh Scary when you think about it. Forecasters warn Hurricane Sally could bring a storm surge up to 11 FT and nearly 2 Ft of rain, posing a significant flood risk even well inland. Debbie Elliot, NPR News ORANGE BEACH, Alabama. Meanwhile, forecasters say Hurricane Poland is heading northeast after crossing over Bermuda. That storm knocked down trees and power lines, but there are no reports of deaths, injuries or serious damage on the island. Two more storms named Teddy and Vicki have formed in the Atlantic, and forecasters say that Teddy Could become a hurricane on Tuesday. A series of wildfires in Oregon has claimed at least 10 lives, and Governor Kate Brown fears that number will rise. KLCC is Chris Lehman. Reports from Salem Firefighters from as far away as Michigan are battling several dozen blazes around the state. Several small towns were virtually destroyed in their path. While the wind that drove the rapid growth of the fires last week has subsided, Oregon Governor Kate Brown said recovery is still a long way off The smoke blanketing the state is a constant reminder that this tragedy has not yet come to an end. Forecasters say it could be Thursday before the air quality improves. Until then, Public health officials are warning residents to stay inside as much as possible. For NPR News. I'm Chris Lehman in Salem, Oregon. Although election Day is still some seven weeks away, voting is already underway in many battleground states. As NPR's Mara Liasson reports, there appears to be a partisan divide over mail in balloting, which could decide the outcome of the November election..
"governor kate brown" Discussed on 90.3 KAZU
"Comin on our Facebook page or tweet us at once. Live from NPR news. I'm Shea Stevens. The elder bands of Hurricane Sally are moving ashore in the Florida Panhandle. NPR's Debbie Elliot reports that residents along a wide swath of the Gulf Coast are under a hurricane warning. Low lying communities evacuated and others rushed to prepare for the storm. In Orange Beach, Alabama, restaurant owner David Schwartz and a small crew put aluminum shutters on the front of Doc Seafood just across the road from the roiling Gulf of Mexico. I'm really worried about Storm, Sarge. Uh Water will come through here and sweep this place away like it was never here. It's just, uh, scary when you think about it. Forecasters warn Hurricane Sally could bring a storm surge up to 11 FT and nearly 2 Ft of rain, posing a significant flood risk even well inland. Debbie Elliot, NPR NEWS ORANGE BEACH, Alabama. Meanwhile, forecasters say Hurricane Poland is heading northeast after crossing over Bermuda. That storm knocked down trees and power lines, but there are no reports of deaths, injuries or serious damage on the island. Two more storms named Teddy and Vicki have formed in the Atlantic, and forecasters say that Teddy should become a hurricane on Tuesday. A series of wildfires in Oregon has claimed at least 10 lives, and Governor Kate Brown fears that number will rise. KLCC is Chris Lehman. Reports from Salem Firefighters from as far away as Michigan are battling several dozen blazes around the state. Several small towns were virtually destroyed in their path. While the wind that drove the rapid growth of the fires last week has subsided, Oregon Governor Kate Brown said recovery is still a long way off The smoke blanketing the state is a constant reminder that this tragedy has not yet come to an end. Forecasters say it could be Thursday before the air quality improves. Until then, Public health officials are warning residents to stay inside as much as possible. For NPR News. I'm Chris Lehman in Salem, Oregon. Although election Day is still some seven weeks away, voting is already underway in many battleground states. As NPR's Mara Liasson reports, there appears to be a partisan divide over mail in balloting, which could decide the outcome of the November election..
"governor kate brown" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM
"Nation across America. Challenging times continue as we head into the final 50 days stretch before Election Day, But this Sunday morning, no threat is more imminent than what is happening on the West Coast with at least 33 dead and dozens more missing. There are 62 large fires burning in California, Oregon and Washington state. More than five million acres have burned. Thousands of homes have been destroyed. And once again the hardest hit are the underserved communities. We begin this morning with Oregon's governor, Kate Brown, joining us from her home in Salem. Good morning to you, Governor. Good morning. Thank you so much for having me. We have seen reports that at least 10 people have died. Dozens are missing. State officials are warning of a potential mass fatality event. When will you have these fires under control? Well, The good news is this is that the weather has stabilized just to give your viewers or perspective about what's happening on the ground about every year For the last 10 years, we burn about 500,000 acres. This year. This week alone, we've burned over a million acres of beautiful or again. We've got fires on the coast. We got fighters in communities, right a budding our metropolitan areas. And southern Oregon has been devastated in we've had over 40,000 Oregonians who've had to evacuate and we have a half a million Oregonians who are on some level of evacuation status. So these have been devastating. As I said, The good news is that the weather is stabilizing and it gives our hardworking firefighters and opportunity. You go out and be proactive and build containment lines. You clarity yet on how the fire started. No, that'll be investigated over the days and weeks ahead. But I have to tell you way saw the perfect firestorm. We saw incredible winds. We saw very cold hot temperatures. And of course, we have a landscape that has seen 30 years of drought. This is truly the bellwether for climate change. On the West Coast, and this is a wake up call for all of us that we have got to do everything in our power to tackle climate change. Governor I understand that your conviction. I know afore former Oregon lawmakers written an op ed in The Washington Post, though, saying You can't blame climate change. Instead, it's a failure of your state government to prepare And that warnings were ignored regarding mismanagement of Oregon's forests. What is your response to that? Well, I stood up a fire council about 2.5 years ago, Folks came together Republicans Democrats to tackle the issues. The council had an extensive report and called for extensive Investments in our communities harvesting and thinning. Unfortunately, the Republicans walked away from the legislative session and we were unable to get that done. But I would say this. It's both It's decades of mismanagement of our forests in this country, and it is the failure to tackle climate change. We need to do both. And we can we now know because of these fires all along the West Coast. That organ has the worst. Our quality in the world. How are you keeping residents and your firefighters safe from this health threat and Cove it at the same time. So we stood up our cove in modules Early on. We were obviously aware that this could be a challenging fire season and are Oregon Health Authority, Our Department of Forestry. And our state Fire Marshal office came together early to develop these Koven modules. We've had thousands of fire fire fighters helping fight fire in Oregon Bill passed several weeks. The good news is so far we've seen no incidences of Cove it they've had to basically recreate our entire firefighting systems. And they've done a phenomenal job and doing that, while working extremely hard taking heroic efforts to save the lives of Oregonians across the state you've had thousands of people have to evacuate. Some potentially left homeless. Your state is one of those automatically sending ballots to voters at their home address, so How is this going to affect voting in the upcoming election? I just have to say it was at the state Fair grounds. Yesterday I met Red Cross volunteers, one of them Randy. She had to evacuate her family before she could come to work for the Red Cross. I met a couple who'd also been evacuated. They were paying it forward. They were helping their fellow Oregonians by serving food and volunteering at the state Fair grounds. Oregonian's have done a phenomenal job helping out stepping up for each other like we always do in serials. Go ahead in terms of voting. We've were the first state in the country to be vote by mail. We have systems in place. I'm confident that our secretary of state is working hard as we speak to make sure that every eligible Oregonian gets a ballot and we'll make sure they have the opportunity to participate in this election in Oregon. We believe that your vote is your voice. And every single voice matters and in person, if needed to be clear. Absolutely. We continue to allow folks to vote in person if needed, Governor Thank you very much for your time and good luck to you. We know that Americans on the West Coast are fighting to unprecedented event at the same time, the worst ever fire season and this global pandemic, CBS News National correspondent Mark Strassmann reports. Outside Pacific Northwest fire zones. It's the double winning evacuees fleeing flames escape one evolving crisis only to drop into another thie ongoing covert threat. New arrivals. Many without masks get screened first, but people wonder who here has the virus. Our goal is to get everybody house into non congregate, sheltered. Meaning hotels every day while fires burn more areas into a page from dystopian fiction,.
"governor kate brown" Discussed on KQED Radio
"Tens of thousands of people to flee their homes in Oregon. And many more have their bags packed. Here's Governor Kate Brown. Well over a million acres of land has burned. Which is over 1500 Square Miles Right now, our air quality ranks the worst in the world. Due to these fires. There are early reports from our state police. That there are dozens of missing persons related to the fires, and dozens of people have died in these West Coast fires six and Oregon alone and of course, we're expecting those numbers to rise. Amelia Templeton of Oregon Public Broadcasting joins US familiar Thanks for being with US. You're welcome. And what is the latest today? Well. Large fires are burning throughout the western Cascade Mountains and coastal mountains in Oregon from just you know, outside of Portland to the border with California. And search and rescue crews are starting to go back into some of the river canyons where these fires really blew up earlier in the week and removing terribly quickly places that people had little time to evacuate. They are finding some survivors, a couple who made it by waiting into the Sanctum River, but they are also finding people who did not make it out. There's also confirmed death and many, many more people who are reported missing into cities in southern Oregon Talent and Phoenix where a large fire started and you know, really a quite urban area. And burned hundreds of homes and apartments. What about efforts to contain the fire's crews have made progress on containing the really destructive fire in southern Oregon? Apart from that, you know, many of the fire is burning in the state right now are 0% contains the focus has been on saving lives and evacuation, not building fire lines. When you know fires this large move close to each other on we have had several that have merged. Their smoke columns can interact and actually start to create their own weather. Very unstable, very dangerous situation That's happened just in the last few days, you know, situations where we've had to pull all of the firefighters back off of the lions and sort of abandoned the firefight. Until things calm down. And then the smoke that's blanketed. The state has meant that it's been very difficult to bring in air tankers and the other kinds of resource is you would usually used to tryto dropped fire retardant on DH control places the size. But on the positive side, the wind stopped. It died down and that alone really dramatically slowed the advance of the fires towards the sort of more populated parts of the state. And it seems a million that officials have also had to fight rumors. Ah, specifically the one gaining ground on the Internet that Dante Fascists have set some of the fires. What's behind that? Well, you know, Antifa is disorganized, radical movements that believes in physically disrupting far right demonstrations. And it has, you know, a well known presence in Portland history of unruly and sometimes violent street activism here. I don't know the original genesis of the rumor and from a local perspective, these fires are scary. We don't have detailed explanations yet for how all of them started ignited, although we do know that in one case, arson is under investigation, and in another case, downed power lines played a role. But local sheriffs and even the FBI here in Portland have come out and said very directly. There's absolutely no factual basis for these rumors. There's no evidence that antifa or any other political group was involved at all. On, but people need to understand is that you know what made this week. Exceptional in Oregon is not that there were a lot of fires that ignited. That's pretty normal. We are a state with lots of people living in the woods recreating in the woods. What made this a disaster was the wind that fan the flames. Amillia Templeton of Oregon Public Broadcasting in Portland. Thanks so much. United Kingdom of the European Union are having an ugly divorce. The UK formally left the European Union in January. And this week the UK and the You have been at each other's throats over. The terms of their divorce and a new free trade deal. Dispute could end up damaging both economies. Justus the Corona virus begins to spread again in Europe. NPR's London correspondent Frank Langfitt joins us from Frank. Thanks for being with us, Okay. Good morning, Scott. So what led to this open confrontation this week. You know, everything was I wouldn't say I was going along swimmingly, but they were working through a new free trade agreement, and there were some troubles there. But the problem is actually a divorce agreement like you were saying So this week, Boris Johnson, the prime minister who signed this divorce agreement pushed it through his own parliament. Basically suddenly comes along, says I don't like it. I want to change it, and this is an international treaty. It's a very big deal to break it. And Brandon Lewis he's the U. K secretary for Northern Ireland. He admitted as much in the House of Commons earlier this week. I would say to my friend yes, this does break international law in a very specific, unlimited white We have taken. What does Johnson wanted Change and one day the problem he has with this is that the deal would the divorce agreement basically could limit the U. K's ability to put money in Northern Irish businesses and help him be more competitive Thie. You fears that this would actually disadvantage its businesses, and the agreement also could require probably will require customs checks to some degree between Northern Ireland in Great Britain, which, of course, are both a part of the UK now, Johnson says. Even though he knew this hot eight months ago that this threatens to carve up the country, which is a bit of hyperbole, But I understand what he's getting at now today in the London Telegraph, the newspaper, he said, citing no direct evidence that the EU is now threatening to blockade food shipments between Great Britain across the Irish Sea to Northern Ireland. And what's the reaction been like in the in the U. We haven't heard anything officially, but I think in Brussels people are in disbelief that he would make this kind of claim on dive covered Johnson now for more than four years, and on crucial matters in this country, he has said things that have been completely falls and British public is very aware of this and his tendency to do so now European parliamentary members they're saying If Johnson doesn't back off, they're going to veto any free trade deal. There's also a rebellion brewing against Johnson in his own parliament. And according to the financial Times, there's this into WhatsApp group from some of Johnson's own conservative party members in parliament called what the Fudge is going on course it's not actually Fudge Fudge is of favorite confection in the UK, Frank. What's your read on why this has reached a head now and where it's going? So everybody's been talking about this, of course in the UK follows politics in there a number of theories. One theory is that Johnson is threatening to blow things up, so he thinks he can get a better free trade deal from the U. The other is that he doesn't actually want to deal it all. And he's gonna use this to blame the you when everything comes crashing down later this fall now. Good question. But why wouldn't Boris Johnson Whata free trade deal with such a huge market like the you and the answer could be that all along Brexit was about taking back power from the U. And if UK walks away at the end of this year, with no deal, it will have that control. But it's also gonna have customs checks and tariffs that will damage the U economy and the U. K economy. And this isn't a time Scott when actually the economy You're starting to do a lot better. It's actually climbing out of the recession we've had because the Corona virus Frank Langfitt in London Thanks so much. I'm happy to do it, Scott..
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"To 7 are on demand at any time wherever you find podcast K i R o F M. Tacoma, Seattle Thiss is CBS News on the hour your home for original reporting. I'm Tom 40 in Washington at the end of the week that produced orange skies over the San Francisco area. And the worst quality air in the world. Firefighters are still battling about 100 major wildfires up and down the Pacific Coast and inland in the West. CBS News correspondent Chris Martinez in Monrovia, California, Oregon, officials say they are now preparing for a mass fatality incident. Fromthe wildfires. There are early reports for from our state police. There are dozens of missing persons related to the fires. Governor Kate Brown says more than a million acres have burned in the states. So far right now, our air quality ranks the worst in the world due to these fires, which have taken at least 19 lives and destroyed some small towns on the other coast Seriously, what, whether now heading for parts of Florida? A tropical depression that could be near hurricane strength early next week. So there is already a tropical storm watch out for the Florida Panhandle. We're looking at a tropical storm at the end of the weekend into early next week. Making landfall along the Gulf Coast but really just dumping copious amounts of rain along the coast there for days on end, and as a result, flooding really does become A concern. CBS News forecaster David Parkinson 19 years have now passed since that day that is ingrained in the memory of most everybody alive, then in which changed the world in an instant, that day marked in Shanksville, Pennsylvania, at the Pentagon and Ground zero in New York, CBS News correspondent Michael Over 343 Firefighters were killed on 9 11, every member of the FDA and why I lost a friend or a colleague, Leonard Anthony Regalia lost their father. Oh,.
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"Live from NPR news. I'm Jack Spear. Wildfires raging along the West Coast are prompting new evacuation warnings, causing hazardous air quality and straining firefighting resource is across the region. NPR's Eric Westervelt reports. At least 25 people have died, so fired Fars and Oregon Washington State in California. Hated by fire Governor Kate Brown says dozens of Oregonians are missing. I'm in crisis. We're experiencing weather conditions the likes of which we've never experienced in our lifetime public health officials across parts of the Western U. S or warning residents to stay indoors. Seattle, Portland, Oregon in San Francisco currently have the poorest air quality in the world. Eric Westervelt. NPR News, The nation's top infectious disease expert, is continuing to disagree with President Trump on the Corona virus pandemic, including Trump's latest comments that he believes us has quote rounded the corner in terms of dealing with a virus. Dr Anthony founder who heads the National Institutes of Allergy and Infectious Diseases, says as the flu season kicks off US still has too many new Corona virus cases and deaths. In an interview with MSNBC, Bochy says the country needs to lower the infection rate. You don't want to start off already with a baseline that's so high, so The thing that we've all been talking about. I've been stressing this over the last few weeks to a month or more to try as best as possible to get that level down. She also says he's concerned there may be another spike of infection's coming off last week's Labor Day holiday similar to what happened after past holidays. A federal appeals court has reversed a lower court order that would have allowed Florida residents with felony convictions to vote in the November presidential election. As Danny Rivera of member station LRN reports the ruling impacts an estimated three quarters of a million people in Florida. That question was whether people who still owe money for fines, fees and restitution related to their cases should be able to vote even if they can't afford to pay. A state law passed last year made those financial obligations, a condition of voting. Critics of the law said that this amounted to a poll tax and a federal judge agreed with them. But in the opinion reversing that decision, the appeals court said that money is part of a criminal sentence. So Florida has a right to demand payment before granting voting rights. The appeals court ruling was written by Chief Judge William Pryor, who's on Trump's list of potential Supreme Court nominees. The other five judges in the 64 majority were appointed by Trump for NPR News. I'm Danny Rivero in Miami, a choppy trading week on Wall Street. The Dow is up 131 points the NASDAQ Down 66. This is NPR. President Trump is bestowing the Medal of honor on a US soldier for his role in a daring 2015 mission to rescue dozens of hostages that to be executed by the Islamic state in Iraq. Sergeant Major Thomas Patrick Pain led a team clearing one of two buildings known to house hostages in nighttime operation in the northern province of Kirkuk. Pain in his team faced a barrage of machine gun fire militants and suicide vest and stifling smoke as they rescued the hostages from a burning building. British government says Corona virus infections are doubling every 7 to 8 days in the United Kingdom. NPR's Frank Langfitt reports the rise of sparked officials to enact new restrictions beginning next week. In the past couple of months, cases had remained relatively low in many aspects of life seemed to be returning to normal, but signed to say younger people ignoring social distancing, and people returning from summer trips to Europe have reignited the virus has spread. The government says the reproduction rate is now between one and one point to, which means it could expand very quickly. On Monday, the government will enforce new rules in England, limiting gatherings to six people indoors or out on Tuesday, household in the city of Birmingham will be banned for mixing. However, pubs and restaurants in England will remain open to try to keep you case economic recovery on track. Frank Langfitt. NPR NEWS London government, saying inflation gauge moved up in August. So much of that have to do with the biggest surgeon used car prices in 51 years. Labor Department says it's Consumer Price index, which measures the cost of a market basket of goods was up 4/10 of a percent. I'm Jack Spear. NPR news. Support for NPR comes from NPR stations..
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"My mind that this is a very cynical ploy on the part of the Trump White House. It's targeting not only the city of Portland, but other democratically controlled cities, and I absolutely believe that the play her is to support his own face. Democratic Senator Jeff Merkley tweeted. He'll seek legislation barring the administration from sending paramilitary squads into U. S cities. A CZ protests continue across the country. Portland is not the Trump Administration's On Ly Focus today, the Chicago Tribune reported. DHHS plans to deploy 150 agents in Chicago. Responding to that report today, Chicago Mayor Lori Lightfoot said her city does not need federal agents without insignias. Taking people off the streets. We're joined now by Kate Brown. She is the governor of Oregon. She is joining us from Portland Governor Brown Thanks so much for being with us. You heard President Trump in that tapes take spot, saying that the reason the federal forces Aaron are in Portland are to restore order in late this afternoon. DHHS, the Department of Homeland Security tweeted out that Portland is rife with violent anarchists assaulting federal officers in federal buildings. What's your response? Well. Unfortunately, things were calming down when Trump's troops appeared on our streets. I was really clear when I spoke with the secretary of Homeland Security last week. I asked them to leave and that their presence here was not needed The challenges. Their presence here is escalating and already challenging situation. Things were beginning to calm down than Trump's troops arrived, and it's simply like pouring gasoline on a fire. Have you had any more conversations with Secretary Wolf since then? No, I haven't The hearse. Reality is this is about scoring political points with their base. This is about political theater. If they were really interested in problem solving or in public safety, they would be willing to deescalate and engage in dialogue. Instead, they bring more troops to the streets. They take peaceful protestors off. Into unmarked cars, and unfortunately last weekend they almost killed a peaceful protester. This is absolutely outrageous. It is a violation of the principles on which this country was founded. We should note I almost killed a peaceful protester protester was hit by a non lethal projectile fired by someone from I believe was the Marshal service or Aura, and the US attorney has referred that to D. H s Inspector general for investigation. The mean we've heard. Do you just talk about of the assaults and the attacks on the federal building that the Federal Protective Service which is part of D H s does have The authority the responsibility of protecting the federal building where all this is going on. How can you argue that you don't want them in the city? Look, there's no question about their legal authority to protect public buildings. But this is substantially more than that. If you were interested in resolving a crisis, wouldn't you call the elected leaders involved? Wouldn't you see how you could help? The irony of this entire situation is that we do need help. Like all states, Oregon is substantially in need of financial assistance. We need help with testing, supplies and equipment. This is a challenge and the Trump troops here in Portland or exacerbating a GN already challenging situation on the streets. Look, this is distraction for the Trump administration there wanting to distract from the challenging job. They have done the failure to lead this country through a national pandemic. There is no national response and there is no leadership out of the Trump administration. You talk about if they were interested in trying to resolve this problem, they talked with local and state officials. Usually in these situations. There is coordination between federal, state and local officials. Has that been the case in in this instance? Absolutely not. Both the mayor and myself on speaking with the secretary of Homeland Security, said We do not want you here. Please leave. They came in without talking to us, and now they're staying without our permission. And I have to say elected officials of the local level at the state level and at the federal level, we're all united against the presence of these trump Truth. Here on the streets of Portland last night, we had hundreds of mothers from of prowling the city, putting their bodies putting their lives between protesters and federal officers. This is a very serious situation. The federal troops need to pack up and go home on and let us manage the situation. Have you been hearing from any of your colleagues, Any governors from other states worried about what might happen in their states. Yes, I spoke to two governors yesterday. Folks are extremely concerned a couple of weeks ago on a call with the White House, the president said. We needed to be dominating the streets. We needed to have our national guard our military out patrolling the streets. That's not how we do things here, but governors from around the country are concerned. Particularly Democratic governors that the president will bring troops in on DH, increase the level of tension and increase the level of violence. Look, the violence is absolutely unacceptable. There's no question about that. The violence is a distraction for the incredibly important work that we need to do to eradicate racism in our criminal justice system in our health care system and of course in our education system, But Trumpets administration is not interested in problem solving. The Trump Administration is not interested in public safety. They're interested in political theater and scoring points with their base. Organ Governor Kate Brown from Portland tonight. Thank you very much. Thank you. Italy is emerging.
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"Governor Kate brown is banning large gatherings of more than two hundred fifty people these actions I'm taking today have two main goals to slow the transmission of the disease and to preserve hospital capacity for those who need it the most the governor says they want schools remain open but school events where large people gather need to be cancelled the ideas to keep distance between people which helps reduce community transmission the governor's also asking businesses to do their part by separating employees and limiting face to face meetings or public schools is following governor Kate brown's guidance to keep the schools open during the corona virus outbreak to minimize potential spread of the disease the district is suspending nonessential school events that bring large groups of people together for the next thirty days all assemblies and events off campus field trips and professional development meetings and events have been canceled the full effects of corona virus on the economy have yet to be seen I think you'd be very powerless to say that we're close to the bottom that is a classic a nice catching sort of issue right now university of Oregon economics professor Tim do he says a recession is close but he stressed that data is still needed to prove we've reached that point the federal reserve is already cut a key interest rate by half a percentage point in do we expect another cut like that when the fed meets next week he says his advice to people right now is that they need to prepare for tough economic times president trump has announced a suspension on travel from Europe for the next thirty days in order to slow down the spread of coronavirus vice president pence defended the trump administration limiting travel between the U. S. and Europe as a way to stop the spread of coronavirus ABC's George Stephanopoulos asked pence how this would make a difference given the spread in communities across the nation and when we looked yesterday at at the what was then the thirty five states were we had cases about thirty of them could be traced to contacts with Europe Penn said Americans returning from Europe will be screened upon arrival and will be asked to voluntarily self quarantine for fourteen days Karen Travers ABC news the White House the European Union is slamming the new anti virus travel ban European officials say corona virus is a global problem international cooperation is what's needed in Brussels European Commission spokesman Eric my in union disapproves of the fact that the U. S. decision to impose a travel ban was taken unilaterally and without consultation E. U. leaders disagree with president trump's assessment they say the block is taking strong action to limit the spread of the virus Tom rivers ABC news at the foreign destinations top doctor on infectious diseases says the U. S. is failing on testing for corona virus Dr Anthony Fauci says the American system was not set up for mass testings he said the system was set up for a doctor asking for the test first he said that we should be set up so that anyone can ask for the task the U. S. is tested far fewer people than other countries the CDC says it has received about eleven thousand specimens to be tested since January there have been more than thirteen hundred confirmed cases coronavirus could affect elections this year people are isolated in their homes Oregon senator Ron Wyden and representative Earl Blumenauer are proposing legislation that would essentially make vote by mail an option nationwide to provide every single voter with that paper ballot they can return by mail or drop off site if a quarter of the state's declare an emergency state of emergency because of covered nineteen states would have to offer absentee ballots under this bill it also requires states to offer postage paid self sealing envelopes the resulting in the elections act would create a five hundred billion dollars in the fund to pay for the extra costs princess cruise lines is holding all cruises for the next two months this is Alex Downey in Santa Clarita California where princess cruise lines is headquartered and today the company announcing it is holding all cruise operations because of covert nineteen for two months it is canceling all voyages in those ships at around right now we'll return to port in the coming days passengers will get off princes he's dealt with covert nineteen on two of its ships and says it's a tough decision but the right one the newest rose festival princess is rose Rita Chipman a senior from Benson high school she is involved in Benson tech news volleyball softball and prom committee in college she wants to study social work and set up a community center for islanders I wanted a place for all islanders of ages of all ages and get rid the resources we need to like help with insurance home education rose ring also performs to Haitian dances at diversity assemblies the queen's coronation ceremony is Saturday June sixth before the grand floral parade and again on Wall Street the Dow is currently down twenty one hundred points the nasdaq down six hundred seventy seven the S. and P. is down two hundred thirty five K. 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"governor kate brown" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX
"Governor Kate brown has signed a new law in her name restricting campus security guards at its heart its focus is about making our campuses safer for our students Cayley's law mandates changes so that college security vehicles uniforms and equipment do not appear to be those of law enforcement it also requires nationwide background checks on all campus security officers Lara is serving a life sentence after pleading guilty to soldiers murder of Portland and will be sentenced next month for threatening to her two boys because of their race Michael I'm a two year was convicted of two hate crimes after he yelled racist slurs at the boys and threatened with a knife the incident happened in December the boys were seven and fifteen years old police say when they arrested I'm a to go he is racist and anti semitic language towards the officer in his family with many online retailers having big sales this week Portland postal inspectors are watching for package these Adam sales a postal inspector in Portland we offer our technology tools that we've deployed into the field that will help us catch individuals who attempt to steal arsenal's aka forges or out of mailboxes obey pack is it was placed in Portland was picked up and police arrested two suspects sale says if your victim a parcel that file a police report and call the US postal service a tow truck driver who is stealing cars and selling them for scrap in Portland faces a one hundred seventeen count indictment fifty one year old Carlos Lopez Torres allegedly made eighty six thousand dollars selling the stolen cars police say he started his scheme in July of twenty eighteen and continue through July second of this year he's accused of stealing more than three hundred seventy vehicles I'm Bob Williams news radio eleven ninety K. E. axe you wanted more cheese convenience.
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"Right right away here in Oregon friends. Let me say this. I've said this years ago, and I say it again today. When you look at politicians that are working on the behest of N half of special interest groups tell me they don't carry the same. Aura persona. Young people vibe is that of the Gestapo, and I'm not kidding you, friends. Tell me they're not acting in the same fashion as those that destroyed the likes of Germany in what we see being played out today. We're hearing more and more and more and more of this from them that are paying attention that this is like the Third Reich. This is like what Hitler did? Yeah. Verbatim. That's all you have to do is make the link between the bushes. And what's going on in your country today because history is repeating itself? In one or American people going to understand that prevention is better than care instead of paying attention to well, maybe history in taking a look at may of nineteen forty five concerning the trials that took place there, in Nurnberg dealing with those that should have been dealt with long before millions and millions and millions of people were exterminated. Why don't we pay attention to the fact that we need to take responsibility and deal with them before it gets that far because it's happening friends? It's happening. It's rolling out real quick. Under the guise of a favorable. Ed administration, read Matthew, thirteen thirty five when men slept the enemy, so tears. And how do they sleep all the good guy in office? He's taking care of us. They go back to sleep. Look what's happening to your country. Now, going order, sons of Liberty Media about conference speaking of a Gestapo, and those that act out in such a fashion in Oregon, we have again playing the unconstitutional games of divide and conquer. Mark three twenty five Republicans who fled climate change vote have one after the militia stepped in. Newsweek reports. Is reporting that bravery publican legislators who went on the run to avoid a climate change vote, have apparently one, evidently dams, did not have enough votes to pass? Controversial Bill twenty twenty and they were a bit uneasy when the militia headed to step in or the militia, you are you are, what did the militia have to step in France? The hill reported on Thursday that Oregon governor Kate Brown. The governor Ige. Mrs Gestapo herself. I'm going to play some audio for you in just a moment. Authorized, somehow the state police to brain Republican lawmakers back to Salem after several left the state to avoid a vote on climate Bill. No, no, no, no. You heard me right. Oregon governor Kate Brown. This is the same lunatic, by the way that gave the nod concerning. What took place. Lavar finicky, and when he was shot dead. And lest you think that this is a game America, again, you might wanna do some homework and study the past because when you let this kind of stuff go, which the militia in Oregon did not. It's going to affect all of you sooner or later. It's in effect all of you. The hill reported on Thursday that Oregon governor Kate Brown authorized the state police to bring Republican lawmakers back to Salem after several left the state to avoid a vote on a climate Bill. She wanted to bring them back by force America. GOP state senators walked out this week after voicing concerns over the bills impacts on a number of energy intensive trade, exposed businesses in rural communities. She's not working for the people in Oregon. She's working for special interest groups selling the people out in the state of Oregon, like so many other politicians are in the United States of America, though, the Bill has already passed the house and Democrats, hold a supreme majority in the state, Senate Republicans have the numbers to deny a quorum in the upper chamber. The Senate Republicans have decided to abandon their duty to serve their constituents and walk out. Well, first of all, let me rewind just a little bit. She never received delegated authority from the people to attempt to a Pat an attempt to pass that which is unconstitutional, like this climate Bill friends. Okay. Or ruled by law, not by party. I don't care who's this super majority. We're ruled by law, not by party until you get this these gangs. These dangerous teams that are being played are going to continue on America and they're going to affect everyone of us sooner or later. The Senate Democrats have requested the assistance of the Oregon state police to bring back their colleagues to finish the work they committed to push forward for a Ghanians. Is the executive of the agency I am authorizing the state police to fulfill, the Senate Democrats request said Brown in a press. Release really. Whoa, friends. How many times have I highlighted totalitarianism government by force? This is what you're dealing with in America. Today. A government by force. Oh, my son just made me aware that gun owners of America have just sent out their new weekly. Articles via Email. I'm sorry via mail and the head of a letter says gun confiscation door to door is already begun. It's a government by force America. It's a government through totalitarian through a -tarian means of government by force for folks, they're pushing, you there corralling you by force to accept their agenda or else. Does that sound American to you friends know or else what especially when they don't have the law on their side to enforce it? So what do they do? They do it anyways, and they do it because people let them do it. I'm going to come back on the other side. And I'm going to let you listen to MRs Gestapo's for yourselves. She has a bunch of kids behind her. When you look at it, you can look at her countenance, and I'm going to go ahead and again, just for the sake of time here, let you listen to miss stop and make your own decision as to what you're beginning to deal with an a major way in this country. Sons liberty radio dot com. Catherine booth wife of William booth who founded the Salvation Army, once said opposition, it is a bad sign for the Christianity of this day, that it provokes so little opposition, if there were no other evidence of being wrong, I should know it from that when the church in the world can long together comfortably. You may be sure there is something wrong. The world has not altered its spirit is exactly the same as it ever was. And if Christians were equally faithful and devoted to the Lord and separated from the world living so that their lies where we prove to all in godliness, the world would hate them as much as it ever did. It is a church that has altered, not the world, and that's why we need your support at the sons of liberty..
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"Governor Kate Brown is urging them to return to Salem so they can vote on the cap and invest Bill. But in the meantime, eleven ninety Xs Brad Ford says there's a police manhunt to find any senators in the state democrat. Governor Kate Brown thought this would be a day for celebration as the cabin invest Bill was passed, but Republican walkout, stop the Senate from meeting. Unfortunately, Senate Republicans failed to show up and failed to do their jobs without a quorum. The Senate can't meet the governor ordered state police to find them and bring them to the capitol. I am confident that our Oregon state police can do their jobs oppose the cabin invest Bill because they say, it'll bring job losses and higher costs for gas Christie and natural gas Republican Senator Tim connote says it's a bad Bill in its current form. Going to do is drive. Jobs in manufacturing out of Oregon. Knoop says negotiations broke down last night, when the Democrats didn't honor their promise for a reset on the build. A second person is now jailed in connection with the murder of anesthesia Heston, Gresham, three years ago. Thirty-seven-year-old Angela McGraw has her was initially arrested for fatally stabbing Anastacia, but now Matthew Hester her husband and the ex husband of the victim is under arrest charged with conspiracy to commit murder, and hindering prosecution, fewer crimes would be subject to the death penalty under a Bill passed by the Oregon house. The death penalty could only be imposed for terrorist acts murders of children under fourteen killings by convicted, murderers and law enforcement killings democrat Jeff Parker opposed the Bill seem to be able to move move these cases faster than we are. Yes, as expensive, but let's ask the voters if it's too expensive, they'll not goes to governor Brown's desk. Geologists say crater lake had its first earthquake in more than four years. It was one point three magnitude happened June ninth about a mile below the lake surface. They don't think it's a sign of bigger things to come. I'm Gail Cunningham, traffic, and weather. Next. This news is a service of the Pacific bath company. It's a different kind.
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"And forty two hundred dollars per kid per year. And that's a huge hit for a charter school that also must pay building an operational costs that public schools don't have to cover themselves. Sore academy is a charter school that serves two hundred and twenty children in Tacoma. They already announced their closure due to lack of funds. Another west coast state on board. Meaning the country is closer to electing future presidents by popular vote. Come most Brian Calvert with our story. Governor Kate Brown says, Oregon is in the reason. I'm excited about MPV because I think it will encourage candidates to spend more time in states like Gars, we are going to be joining fifteen other states. MPV stands for national popular vote an effort that's been around for well over a decade matter of fact, Washington, join the bandwagon back when Christine Gregoire was governor now that Oregon's on board, the entire west coast is in former political science instructor. Steve candy says the current electoral college system is broken causes people to. Feel that they have been disregarded opponents to national popular votes say this circumvents the constitution and give cities a bigger voice, your thoughts. I just think one vote a person is the way we should vote evacuate. The, the states to have a lot of people I feel that we're not being as represented of all the states on board. They represent one hundred ninety six electoral votes. The movement to become official needs two hundred seventy enough to elect a president. Brian Calvert, KOMO news. A fifteen year old boy from Renton could end up behind bars for many years if he's convicted, as an adult on charges of rape, assault, and burglary, prosecutors will seek to try the teen as an adult for that attack on a thirty two year old woman in Renton in a park two weeks ago, the victim was found bloody and disoriented by Renton police officer after she set off a personal safety alarm on may twenty ninth detectives determine the woman was unconscious when she was repeatedly raped punched kicked, and stomped on during a nearly hour-long attack hearing..