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"governor kelly" Discussed on ToddCast Podcast with Todd Starnes

ToddCast Podcast with Todd Starnes

05:14 min | 4 months ago

"governor kelly" Discussed on ToddCast Podcast with Todd Starnes

"Mister attorney general, good to have you with us today. Hey, thanks for having me on. All right. From out here in God's country, you know. Well, amen and it's a beautiful state you have, I don't know why in the world the mayor of New York City is taking a shot at Kansas. Well, who knows? We love our Midwestern life out here on the Prairie and a Kansas doesn't want to be New York and especially right now with the kind of left progressive leadership that they have sort of chronic up there. All kinds of problems and what's it say about our own Democrat governor here in Kansas that even one of our own is now criticizing the state under her leadership. So I'm running for governor because I want to be sure that we get this state back on the right track and we got a governor who was born in New York and apparently picked up some bad habits in their young formative years and so we're focused on Second Amendment rights. We believe in that in Kansas. They certainly don't in New York City. We're focused on making sure that folks can afford their live each and every day and they just keep spending and spending and spending and governor Kelly's administration and up in New York City. We don't think the biological males ought to be competing in girls sports and governor Kelly does, just like they do in New York City. So we've got a lot of progress that we've got to make out here in Kansas. We got room to improve the job we're proud of this place. Well, look, it's a great state you have and you know we've got a lot of listeners in the state of Kansas. I know we've got KQ a.m., our great radio fillet and Wichita, good people, hardworking people, church going people, and it's pretty repulsive that at least to this point, the governor hasn't even posted a message condemning or calling out her fellow Democrat Eric Adams for taking a cheap shot at the good people of Kansas. Well, it was a cheap shot, but look, here's the bottom line. I mean, the leadership in New York City and the leadership in the Kansas governor's office right now. They are all folks who they have the same political party, very similar philosophies. They stand with Joe Biden on nearly everything. They find excuses about Biden's failures. And it's just really unfortunate that Kansas finds itself in this position. We're going to fix that at the election this fall and believe me, I'll stand up to the mayor of New York and sing our praises all day long. I love it. I mean, you got what bob Dole, a favorite son, Dwight Eisenhower, a very nice airport, by the way, Amelia Earhart, and of course Superman. So pretty good list of dignitaries from Kansas. We got a lot to be proud of and look, this is America out here. We love this live. We believe in God and country. We just think people ought to be free to live their lives the way they wish to live them. They want to live with traditional values and with faith. That is the way things ought to be. That's how we look at things out here. So we love Kansas, please come out and visit us. We'd love you to come here. Befriend us to spend a little bit of money and you'll leave feeling proud about America. Mister attorney general, I will say this when it comes to politics in Kansas, you guys are a little quirky. I just don't get the rhyme or reason to some of these Democrats who get elected. How is the election looking? And what is it going to take for Republicans to retake the statehouse in Topeka? Well, I think this race looks very good. It's a close race, but as we're coming down the stretch here, I think things are moving strongly in our direction. Look, we have a governor who has just out of step with most Kansas values who won't stand up to the Biden administration who isn't focused on the issues that kansans are most passionate about right now, which is the ability to pay their bills and sort of the cost of daily life. She was on the wrong side of a lot of education issues, especially during the lockdowns. I mean, my goodness, she locked kids out of school and then tried a lot of parents out of school by vetoing appearance Bill of rights and folks just understand that we can do so much better out here. We're going to get this thing right this time. We're going to win this in Kansas will be better for it. Aside from the economy, I know crime has been a huge issue for a lot of cities and communities around a nation. What about there in your state? Yes. I mean, certainly, we have issues in parts of our state as we often do. One of the big challenges we have right now is the amount of fentanyl that's flooding our streets. Kansas has an opioid problem like so much of the country. Fentanyl has arrived in Kansas in large numbers a bit later than it did in some other parts of the country, but it's here now with a vengeance. And one of the reasons for that, a principle reason for that is Joe Biden's decision to abandon security along the southern border. This fentanyl isn't manufactured in Kansas. It's manufactured south of the border usually from Chinese precursor chemicals, smuggled across the southern border and then it becomes poison on our streets that kills our kids or our citizens, otherwise and that's one of the things we have criticized the Biden administration. I'm very strongly in our campaign. I was at the border early this year. We stood up and sued President Biden in several areas that trying to keep remain in Mexico in place title 42 in place. And on the other side of that equation, we've got a governor right now who not only does it criticize Joe Biden's retreat from border security, even though it's resulting in such harm in our Kansas communities with fentanyl and the related crime. But when pushed on that, she actually says that it's a political game when border states ask for help from other states like Kansas..

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Derek Schmidt: Running for Kansas Governor

ToddCast Podcast with Todd Starnes

01:01 min | 4 months ago

Derek Schmidt: Running for Kansas Governor

"World the mayor of New York City is taking a shot at Kansas. Well, who knows? We love our Midwestern life out here on the Prairie and a Kansas doesn't want to be New York and especially right now with the kind of left progressive leadership that they have sort of chronic up there. All kinds of problems and what's it say about our own Democrat governor here in Kansas that even one of our own is now criticizing the state under her leadership. So I'm running for governor because I want to be sure that we get this state back on the right track and we got a governor who was born in New York and apparently picked up some bad habits in their young formative years and so we're focused on Second Amendment rights. We believe in that in Kansas. They certainly don't in New York City. We're focused on making sure that folks can afford their live each and every day and they just keep spending and spending and spending and governor Kelly's administration and up in New York City. We don't think the biological males ought to be competing in girls sports and governor Kelly does, just like they do in New York City. So we've got a lot of progress that we've got to make out here in Kansas. We got room to improve the job we're proud of this place. Well,

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"governor kelly" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

03:40 min | 7 months ago

"governor kelly" Discussed on WTOP

"Our producer. We are following two breaking stories tonight. We're going to start in Japan, where the former prime minister of Japan Shinzo Abe has apparently been shot during a campaign speech in western Japan. Japan's NHK TV reports he's been taken to the hospital bleeding after he collapsed around 1130 in the morning there an NHK reporter on the scene says they heard two consecutive bangs during Abe's speech, a male suspect is in custody. Japan's longest serving prime minister was giving a speech in the city of Nara ahead of an election for the upper house of parliament. Also breaking tonight President Biden is expected to sign an executive order on abortion access tomorrow, three people familiar with the matter tell The Associated Press that the order will instruct the departments of justice and Health and Human Services on how to push back against efforts seeking to limit access to federally approved abortion medication and efforts to restrict travel across state lines for those seeking abortion services. It will also direct agencies to educate medical providers and insurers about how and when they are required to share privileged patient information with authorities, the order comes two weeks after the Supreme Court ended the nationwide right to an abortion and left it up to states to determine whether or how to allow abortions. The House select committee investigating the attack on the capitol will hold a hearing next Thursday. That's according to a source familiar with the committee's work, Virginia congresswoman Elaine luria and Illinois congressman Adam kinzinger will lead the expected prime time hearing. Another hearing has already been set for Tuesday, that one will be led by Maryland congressman Jamie Raskin and Florida congresswoman Stephanie Murphy. Meantime, a Michigan candidate for governor today pleaded not guilty to charges connected with the insurrection. Here's WTO's Mitchell Miller on Capitol Hill. Ryan Kelly's plea came in a virtual hearing in D.C. federal court, and it comes just a day after he took part in a debate in Michigan among Republican candidates for governor. Kelly was asked during the debate for his view of January 6th. We were there protesting the government because we don't like the results of the 2020 election. The process of how it happened. And we have that First Amendment right. As documented by Politico, more than 850 people have now been charged in connection with January 6th, more than 300 have pleaded guilty mainly to misdemeanor charges. Trials involving more serious charges against members of far right groups like the oath keepers and Proud Boys are scheduled for later this year. On Capitol Hill, Mitchell Miller, WTO, B news. The IRS is taking a closer look at reports the tax agency subjected two former FBI leaders to major audits, CBS congressional correspondent Scott mcfarlane says president Trump often spoke badly about the two FBI bosses he fired. The commissioner of the Internal Revenue Service has directed an internal inspector to review rare, extensive audits that were performed on former FBI head James Comey and his former deputy Andrew mccabe, both of them had come under fire from former president Trump, the IRS says career civil servants handled those audits, but in addition to the internal inspection of the IRS, a House ways and main subcommittee might also consider a review. The former president repeatedly attacked Comey and mccabe over the FBI's Russia probe, which shadowed his presidency for years. He is not going quietly. I'm talking about British prime minister Boris Johnson, who saw his nation through Brexit and imposed tough pandemic restrictions only to throw parties at the official residence of 10 Downing Street, he is stepping down. He remains defiant as we hear from CBS Charlie daggett, and plans to stay on until the Conservative Party names a replacement. The

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"governor kelly" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

03:29 min | 7 months ago

"governor kelly" Discussed on WTOP

"Before the House oversight committee that committee has been looking into the team's workplace culture since last fall recently Snyder turned down invitations to testify voluntarily, the committee also accused him of refusing to accept a subpoena, but now he's offering to testify possibly later this month, a spokesperson for the committee says there's still negotiating with Snyder's lawyer to ensure the panel gets full and complete testimony. Meanwhile, the House select committee investigating the attack on the capitol will hold a hearing next Thursday. That's according to a source familiar with the committee's work, Virginia congresswoman Elaine luria and Illinois congressman Adam kinzinger will lead the expected prime time hearing. Another hearing is already scheduled for Tuesday, it will be led by Maryland congressman Jamie Raskin and Florida congresswoman Stephanie Murphy. Meantime, a Michigan candidate for governor today pleaded not guilty to charges connected with the insurrection, WTO peace Mitchell Miller reports from Capitol Hill. Ryan Kelly's plea came in a virtual hearing in D.C. federal court, and it comes just a day after he took part in a debate in Michigan among Republican candidates for governor. Kelly was asked during the debate for his view of January 6th. We were there protesting the government because we don't like the results of the 2020 election. The process of how it happened. And we have that First Amendment right. As documented by Politico, more than 850 people have now been charged in connection with January 6th, more than 300 have pleaded guilty mainly to misdemeanor charges. Trials involving more serious charges against members of far right groups like the oath keepers and Proud Boys are scheduled for later this year. On Capitol Hill, Mitchell Miller, WTO, B news. Georgia lawmakers appearing before a special grand jury in the investigation into whether former president Trump and others illegally meddled in the state's 2020 election have broad immunity, but they can be asked about their conversations with people outside of the legislature. That is what a judge has ruled. A former state lawmaker and George's lieutenant governor had asked the judge to quash subpoenas seeking their testimony before that special grand jury citing legislative privilege and immunity, Fulton county superior court judge Robert mcburney, whose overseeing the special grand jury wrote in an order that the pair must comply with the subpoenas, but he set limits on what grand jurors may ask them and other state lawmakers who are summoned. The IRS is taking a closer look at reports the tax agency subjected two former FBI leaders to major audits, CBS congressional correspondent Scott McFarland says that president Trump often spoke badly about the two FBI bosses, he fired. The commissioner of the Internal Revenue Service has directed an internal inspector to review rare, extensive audits that were performed on former FBI head James Comey and his former deputy Andrew mccabe, both of them had come under fire from former president Trump the IRS says career civil servants handled those audits, but in addition to the internal inspection of the IRS, a house weighs in Maine subcommittee might also consider a review. The former president repeatedly attacked Comey and mccabe over the FBI's Russia probe, which shadowed his presidency for years. He is not going quietly. I'm talking about British prime minister Boris Johnson, who saw his nation through Brexit and imposed tough pandemic restrictions only to throw parties at the official residence of 10 Downing Street. He is stepping down. He remains defiant as we hear from CBS Charlie dagda, and plans to stay on until the Conservative Party names are replacement. The

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"governor kelly" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

03:34 min | 7 months ago

"governor kelly" Discussed on WTOP

"The top stories we're following for you tonight. Washington commander's owner Dan Snyder is now ready to testify before the House oversight committee that committee has been looking into the team's workplace culture since last fall and recently Snyder turned down invitations to testify voluntarily the committee also accused him of refusing to accept a subpoena, but now he's offering to testify possibly later this month, a spokesperson for the committee says there's still negotiating with Snyder's lawyer to ensure the panel gets full and complete testimony. The House select committee investigating the attack on the capitol will hold a hearing next Thursday, according to a source familiar with the committee's work. Virginia congresswoman Elaine luria and Illinois congressman Adam kinzinger will lead the expected prime time hearing. Again, that is a week from tonight. Another hearing has already been set for Tuesday. It'll be led by a local lawmaker, Maryland congressman Jamie Raskin, and Florida, congresswoman Stephanie Murphy. Meantime, a Michigan candidate for governor today pleaded not guilty to charges connected with the insurrection as we hear with WTO's Mitchell Miller on Capitol Hill. Ryan Kelly's plea came in a virtual hearing in D.C. federal court, and it comes just a day after he took part in a debate in Michigan among Republican candidates for governor. Kelly was asked during the debate for his view of January 6th. We were there protesting the government because we don't like the results of the 2020 election. The process of how it happened. And we have that First Amendment right. As documented by Politico, more than 850 people have now been charged in connection with January 6th, more than 300 have pleaded guilty mainly to misdemeanor charges. Trials involving more serious charges against members of far right groups like the oath keepers and Proud Boys are scheduled for later this year. On Capitol Hill, Mitchell Miller, WTO, B news. A former police officer who's already serving a long sentence on state charges for the 2020 death of George Floyd has now been sentenced on federal charges. Former Minneapolis police officer Derek Chauvin has been sentenced to 245 months, a little more than 20 years in a federal prison for violating George Floyd's civil rights. The sentence is part of a plea deal. In entering the plea, it was the first time Chauvin admitted he used excessive force when he knelt on Floyd's neck. During Thursday's hearing, Chauvin did not offer the Floyd family an apology. Instead, he said he wishes all the best for Floyd's children. That's reporter Jennifer Mayer Lee. A Jane Doe has been known as the Christmas tree lady ever since her body was discovered. 25 years ago in annandale. Now that woman has finally been identified, her name is Joyce Meyer. The woman was found in December of 1996 and pleasant valley Memorial Park in annandale, near a decorated Christmas tree. She took steps to maybe protect her identity. Major Edo Carroll, fairfax county police, Meyer committed suicide and left a note in her pocket along with money for her funeral. We did confirm through DNA that it is Joyce Meyer who took her life back in 1996. O'carroll says at least now her family has some closure. Kyle Cooper, WTO news. British prime minister Boris Johnson is calling it quits as the leader of the Conservative Party after a number of ethics scandals and mass resignations from members of his government, CBS correspondent Ian Lee has the latest from London. The prime minister defended his time in office. Delivering the fastest vaccine rollout in Europe, the fastest exit from lockdown and in the last few months leading the west in standing up to Putin's

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"governor kelly" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

02:58 min | 7 months ago

"governor kelly" Discussed on WTOP

"Evening, I'm Hillary Howard. And I'm Sean Anderson, Mike chicana Cesaro producer. In our top story, Washington commander's owner Dan Snyder is now ready to testify before the House oversight committee. And committee has been looking into the team's workplace culture since last fall, and recently, Snyder turned down invitations to testify voluntarily, the committee has also accused him of refusing to accept a subpoena. But now he's offering to testify, possibly later this month, a spokesperson for the committee says they're still negotiating with Snyder's lawyer to ensure the panel gets full and complete testimony. Meantime, the House select committee investigating January 6th will hold a hearing next Thursday. That according to a source familiar with the committee's work. Virginia congresswoman Elaine luria and Illinois congressman Adam kinzinger will lead the expected prime time hearing. Another hearing has already been scheduled for Tuesday, it will be led by Maryland congressman Jamie Raskin and Florida congresswoman Stephanie Murphy. Meantime, a Michigan candidate for governor pleaded not guilty today to charges connected with the insurrection. WTO's Mitchell Miller's on Capitol Hill. Ryan Kelly's plea came in a virtual hearing in D.C. federal court, and it comes just a day after he took part in a debate in Michigan among Republican candidates for governor. Kelly was asked during the debate for his view of January 6th. We were there protesting the government because we don't like the results of the 2020 election. The process of how it happened. And we have that First Amendment right. As documented by Politico, more than 850 people have now been charged in connection with January 6th, more than 300 have pleaded guilty mainly to misdemeanor charges. Trials involving more serious charges against members of far right groups like the oath keepers and Proud Boys are scheduled for later this year. On Capitol Hill, Mitchell Miller, WTO, B news. Former Minneapolis police officer Derek Chauvin will be spending a few extra years behind bars today he was sentenced to 21 years in prison for violating George Floyd's civil rights when he murdered Floyd back in 2020. Chauvin is already serving a 22 year make that 22 and a half year sentence on Minnesota state charges of Werner and manslaughter. He'll serve this federal sentence at the same time during the hearing today, Chauvin told Floyd's family that he wishes all the best for Floyd's children, Chauvin's brief remarks included no direct apology or expression of remorse to Floyd's family. British prime minister Boris Johnson is stepping down as leader of the Conservative Party. This after a number of ethics scandals and mass resignations from members of his government, CBS correspondent Ian Lee has the latest from London. The prime minister defended his time in office. Delivering the fastest vaccine rollout in Europe, the fastest exit from lockdown and in the last few months leading the west in standing up to Putin's aggression

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"governor kelly" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

04:24 min | 7 months ago

"governor kelly" Discussed on WTOP

"Morning, I'm Deborah Feinstein. And I'm Mark Lewis, Jocelyn chesson is our producer. Breaking news here on WTO, American basketball star Brittany griner has pleaded guilty in her trial in a court in Russia. Griner has been held more than four months after vape canisters with cannabis oil were allegedly found in her bags at a Moscow airport. The reports say grinder pleaded guilty to drug possession and smuggling charges, and that she told the cord through an interpreter she acted unintentionally while packing quickly. The reported plea comes a day after White House spokeswoman karine Jean Pierre said President Biden called grinder's wife to pledge every effort possible to free the basketball star. This has been top of mind for the president. Though the U.S. may have little leverage with Moscow given animosity over the Ukraine invasion, griner faces up to ten years in prison if convicted. Sagar Meghani, Washington. Meantime, the sister of former U.S. Marine Paul Whelan, who was arrested in Russia more than three years ago, traveling as a tourist says she was crushed after hearing about President Biden's call to Britney grinder's wife. On Twitter, Elizabeth Whelan, writing, still looking for that press release saying potus has spoken to anyone in our family about Paul. The president's call to share griner came after she told CBS it was very disheartening not to have heard from the president directly. Brittany griner also hand wrote a letter to President Biden urging him not to forget about her and the other American detainees. Also breaking this morning Britain's colorful and controversial prime minister announced he is stepping down after dozens of top officials resigned in protest over what they say are his repeated lies, Boris Johnson accepting that the protest resignations of some 60 cabinet ministers aid and department heads into dizzying days had left him no choice. The herd instinct is powerful when the herd moves, it moves. And my friends in politics, no one is remotely indispensable. Not clear whether Johnson will get his wish to stay till his fellow conservatives elect his successor, his feta party, may try to appoint a caretaker prime minister before that. Vicki Barker CBS News, London. A Michigan candidate for governor this morning pleaded not guilty to charges related to the January 6th attack on the capitol. That story from WTO's Mitchell Miller on Capitol Hill. Ryan Kelly's plea came in a virtual hearing in D.C. federal court, and it comes just a day after he took part in a debate in Michigan among Republican candidates for governor. Kelly was asked during the debate for his view of January 6th. We were there protesting the government because we don't like the results of the 2020 election. The process of how it happened. And we have that First Amendment right. As documented by Politico, more than 850 people have now been charged in connection with January 6th, more than 300 have pleaded guilty mainly to misdemeanor charges. Trials involving more serious charges against members of far right groups like the oath keepers and Proud Boys are scheduled for later this year. On Capitol Hill, Mitchell Miller, WTO, B news. Former FBI deputy director Andrew mccabe says there should be an investigation into how he and former FBI director James Comey were both subjected to an intensive tax audit by the IRS. The New York Times first reported that the tax agency conducted audits of mccabe and Comey after they were fired by then president Trump. The paper notes that the odds of any one person being selected for an audit are about one in 30,000 that raises questions about how two of Trump's most visible critics were both selected. The IRS says it's just a coincidence. 17 people will be awarded the nation's highest civilian honor at The White House today, President Biden will give the Presidential Medal of Freedom to former congresswoman Gabrielle Giffords, actor Denzel Washington, Olympic gymnast, Simone Biles, and American soccer star, Megan Rapinoe, among others. Apple cofounder Steve Jobs and former senator John McCain will be given the award posthumously. Stick around coming up after traffic and weather, why several prosecutors in Maryland issued policies on abortion rights on Kate Ryan. 1136. Hello

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"governor kelly" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

02:20 min | 7 months ago

"governor kelly" Discussed on WTOP

"Taylor WTO P traffic. And your forecast from storm team four is Mike stennett. There's a floodwater effect for the immediate metro area starts at 3 o'clock this day after until 3 a.m. Thursday morning. It could be a couple showers across the northern suburbs this morning, hot and muggy with scattered thunders drops across the entire region this afternoon and by late afternoon that rank could be heavy at times, our highs will be in the lower 90s. More showers and stores item once again, The Rain could be heavy at times and loads up for 60s to mid 70s. Showers in the afternoon storms Thursday on Friday highs both days, mid 80s, and risk of showers and stars on Saturday, highs low 80s. I'm strong team forest Mike's dinner for 73° in Fredericksburg now at 76 in eastern Maryland on the eastern shore, 76 in hyattsville and where it's 74° here in French and heights. At 6 41, candidates running for Maryland governor are reacting after governor Larry Hogan directed Maryland state police to suspend the state's good and substantial reason standard for obtaining a permit to carry a concealed handgun. Republican candidate for governor Kelly schulz, who's been endorsed by governor Larry Hogan, said Hogan's push to drop the language that restricts who can get aware and carry gun permit in Maryland is the right call, but democratic candidates for governor blasted the move, Wes Moore called it reckless, comptroller Peter Franco said it takes Maryland backwards on gun safety, and Doug gansler, the former attorney general for Maryland, criticized the governor for removing the good and reasonable standard without suggesting an alternative measure. The Maryland primary is July 19th, early voting starts Thursday. Cake Ryan, WTO P news. I'm honestly surprised he didn't do it sooner. Cassandra kofa, the deputy director of the Johns Hopkins center for gun violence prevention and policy, said governor Hogan's new directive makes it so Marilyn lines up with the newest Supreme Court decision on the matter. Applicants for a concealed carry license no longer have to justify why they should get a license. Hogan's directive tells state police to stop the use of the good and substantial reason standard when looking at wear and carry permits. Kyphosis says they still have to pass training and mental health and background screenings, but it does make it easier for people to get that concealed carry license. Makes it likely that more people would be qualified to be a TOP news. You can listen to the full interview on the latest episode of the DMV download available on all major podcast platforms

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"governor kelly" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

02:26 min | 7 months ago

"governor kelly" Discussed on WTOP

"A swap. All the way through. And it happened so rapidly. Power crews were quickly in the area, and some heavy machinery also arrived in the summer set neighborhood to clear roads. In Bowie dick yullian news. It's three O 5, D.C. fire and EMS responded to a fire inside RFK stadium yesterday afternoon. At about 5 30, firefighters found smoke in the vicinity of gates C and put out the fires in the stadium's basement. Fire chief John Donnelly senior. So I know of two fires. They've been through the building and our investigators are in there. They'll look and try and figure out the cause and discover exactly what was burning. It took about an hour to put out the fire and get rid of the smoke, no injuries reported and D.C. fire says the cause of the fire is still under investigation. The call by Maryland governor Larry Hogan to have state police drop the good and reasonable standard for wear and carry gun permits has candidates in the upcoming state primary weighing in. Republican candidate for governor Kelly schulz, who's been endorsed by governor Larry Hogan, said Hogan's push to drop the language that restricts who can get aware and carry gun permit in Maryland is the right call, but democratic candidates for governor blasted the move, Wes Moore called it reckless, comptroller Peter Franco said it takes Maryland backwards on gun safety, and Doug gansler, the former attorney general for Maryland, criticized the governor for removing the good and reasonable standard without suggesting an alternative measure. Maryland primary is July 19th, early voting starts Thursday. Kate Ryan, WTO P news. D.C. Maryland and Virginia all use the same software vendor to do services related to people who are out of work or looking for work. In D.C., it's impacting scheduled payments of paid family leave benefits. According to D.C., the vendor that shut down websites of various functions in 35 states reports, no data breach has occurred, no personal information of users has been compromised, but it's unclear when the vendors issues will be resolved. So for now, the district's paid family leave benefits administration system is down, claimants are unable to file new claims, modify existing claims and schedule benefits payments hard delayed. Chrissy king WTO P news. See how the vendor outage is impacting Virginia and Maryland at WTO P dot

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WTOP

02:15 min | 7 months ago

"governor kelly" Discussed on WTOP

"A swap. All the way through and it happens so rapidly. Power crews were quickly in the area, and some heavy machinery also arrived in the summer set neighborhood to clear roads. In Bowie, dick giuliano, WTO news. In the district, D.C. fire and EMS responded to a fire inside RFK stadium yesterday afternoon. At about 5 30, p.m., a firefighters found smoke in the vicinity of Gates and put out fires in the stadium spacemen. Fire chief John Donnelly senior. So I know of two fires. They've been through the building and our investigators are in there. They'll look and try and figure out the cause and discover exactly what was burning. It took about an hour to put out the fire and get rid of the smoke, no injuries reported and D.C. fire says the cause of the fire is still under investigation. It's one O 5. The call by Maryland governor Larry Hogan to have state police drop the good and reasonable standard for wear and carry gun permits has candidates in the upcoming state primary weighing in. Republican candidate for governor Kelly schulz, who's been endorsed by governor Larry Hogan, said Hogan's push to drop the language that restricts who can get aware and carry gun permit in Maryland is the right call, but democratic candidates for governor blasted the move. Wes Moore called it reckless, comptroller Peter franchise said it takes Maryland backwards on gun safety, and Doug gansler, the former attorney general for Maryland, criticized the governor for removing the good and reasonable standard without suggesting an alternative measure. Maryland primary is July 19th, early voting starts Thursday. Kate Ryan, WTO P news. D.C. Maryland and Virginia all use the same software vendor to do services related to people who are out of work or looking for work. In D.C., it's impacting scheduled payments of paid family leave benefits. According to D.C., the vendor that shut down websites of various functions in 35 states reports, no data breach has occurred, no personal information of users has been compromised, but it's unclear when the vendors issues will be resolved. So for now, the districts paid family leave benefits administration system is down, claimants are unable to file new

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"governor kelly" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

01:43 min | 7 months ago

"governor kelly" Discussed on WTOP

"Practitioners. Election 2022 now an allegations this morning of election meddling in the Maryland governor's race. All they care about is their own political power. With the Maryland primary less than three weeks away, Republican candidate for governor Kelly Schultz says the democratic governors association is interfering by spending more than a $1 million for TV ads that support a Republican rival Dan Cox. She says the group thinks that Cox will be easier for the eventual democratic nominee to defeat. They think that you can be manipulated and fooled. Cox called the claims a distraction. He's endorsed by former president Donald Trump while Schultz is backed by governor Larry Hogan. Nick illegally news. The fairfax county public school system has a new superintendent today. Michelle Reid was sworn in at the county school board meeting last night. She replaces Scott bray brand who is superintendent since 2017. Learning happens best in community. And this is an amazing community. It's a community that drew me because of the strength of the partnerships. The spirit, the passion, the resources of time and talent. And the deep and I think unusual care, this community has for its young people. Retiring does come with controversy, though, some of the students and community organizations held protest about what they said was a lack of input in the decision earlier this year to hire her. Some of the board members question whether Reid has the experience to handle the size and diversity of the largest school district in Virginia. And one of the largest school districts in America. Coming up a deadly police involved shooting at a local mall, 7 O 7. Are you thinking about refinancing your home to get cash out for a renovation

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"governor kelly" Discussed on WTOP

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04:45 min | 7 months ago

"governor kelly" Discussed on WTOP

"And I'm Joan Jones, teddy Gilman as our producer. And the top stories we're following today Russian missile attacks on residential buildings have killed at least 18 people in the Ukrainian port city of Odessa, two children are among the dead and another 30 were injured. The assault came a day after Russian forces withdrew from a strategic Black Sea island snake island. It was initially thought that that retreat could ease the threat to Odessa, but Russian forces have kept up their push to encircle the last stronghold of resistance in the eastern province of Luhansk. American basketball star Brittany griner has just arrived at a Moscow area court as she is set to go on trial today. This comes about four and a half months after she was arrested on cannabis possession charges at an airport while traveling to play for a Russian team. The Phoenix mercury center and two time U.S. Olympic gold medalist could face up to ten years in prison if convicted of large scale transportation of drugs, fewer than 1% of defendants in Russian criminal cases are acquitted and acquittals can be overturned. It's 5 32 now. They January 6th committee investigating the attack at the capitol, says it will consider criminal referrals to the Justice Department. If there's evidence of witness tampering, Mitchell Miller has more from Capitol Hill. The panel's vice chair Liz Cheney at the latest hearing read from statements made by some witnesses who were not so subtly told to be loyal. They reminded me a couple of times that Trump does read transcripts and just keep that in mind as I proceed through my interviews with the committee. Cheney has subsequently told ABC News that witnesses have indicated they've received veiled threats. She says the committee and the Justice Department should take any indications of witness tampering seriously. CNN reports that former White House aide Cassidy Hutchinson was contacted in an apparent effort to influence her testimony. On Capitol Hill, Mitchell Miller, WTO P news. There are allegations of election meddling in the race for governor in Maryland. All they care about is their own political power. With the Maryland primary less than three weeks away, Republican candidate for governor Kelly Schultz says the democratic governors association is interfering by spending more than a $1 million for TV ads that support a Republican rival Dan Cox. She says the group thinks that Cox will be easier for the eventual democratic nominee to defeat. They think that you can be manipulated and fooled. Cox called the claims a distraction. He's endorsed by former president Donald Trump while Schultz is backed by governor Larry Hogan. Nick I LA WTO P news. Meantime, we continue hearing from other candidates for governor in Maryland. One of those running was born in Rockville, and if elected would be the youngest person to serve as governor. Ashwani Jain, a Democrat, is running a publicly funded campaign for governor on education Jane says he would make changes, including moving away from standardized testing to more performance based testing. When it comes to student mental health and school safety, he says his plans would include removing SROs and replacing them with more guidance counselors and social workers. Jane doesn't think public safety and police accountability are mutually exclusive. We demand accountability in every other field and our criminal justice system should be no different. On economic matters, Jane emphasizes incentives for small businesses, Jane supports transit like the purple line, but opposes widening and adding toll lanes on I two 70. And he favors what he calls sustainably expanding capacity at the Chesapeake Bay bridge. I would mandate that at least one or two of those lanes are designated for HOV or buses and making sure we don't forget about the access roads. Kate Ryan, WTO news. Now you can read the interviews with all of the Maryland governor candidates at WTO dot com and search the word candidates. The Maryland primary, by the way, is on July 19th. Fuel leaked into the tap water of a military base because of shoddy management and human error. That's according to a navy investigation into a jet fuel leak last year at Hawaii's Pearl Harbor. It poisoned thousands of people and forced military families to evacuate their homes. The report lists a cascading series of mistakes that caused the fuel to leak multiple times. Four men are now facing charges in connection with the deadliest migrant smuggling incident ever on U.S. soil. More than 50 migrants were found dead in an abandoned trailer near San Antonio on Monday. 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"governor kelly" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

02:29 min | 7 months ago

"governor kelly" Discussed on WTOP

"Maryland's primary is less than three weeks away now in one candidate for governor is making claims of election interference. National Democrats have been doing this across the country. Republican candidate for governor Kelly Schultz says the democratic governor's association is messing with the election. She says it soon going to be running TV ads in support of her main Republican rival, Dan Cox. They are spending more than $1 million in an attempt to help Dan Cox. She says the group is paying for the ads because it thinks that Cox, who is endorsed by former president Donald Trump, will be easier for the eventual democratic nominee to defeat Cox said the claims are a distraction and proof that he's winning. Nick I Nelly WTO news. The District of Columbia is spotlighting public safety ahead of the 4th of July weekend, and one focus in particular will be on D.C.'s nightlife. Public safety is not a spectator sport. And we all have a role to play. D.C. is trying out some new ideas this year to keep people safe during the July 4th holiday, including the new nightlife task force. It'll focus on the places with a lot of nighttime venues, namely the H street, Connecticut avenue, and U street corridors. D.C. police chief Robert Conti. There'll be inside of establishments at times to ensure that patrons are safe and enjoying themselves. And, at the same time, adhering to appropriate standards of behavior. And outside the venues, look for more traffic enforcement and visible police presence. The district also has nearly a dozen safety go teams stationed in areas that are expecting large gatherings for the July 4th holiday. Sarah Jacobs news. If you were one of the drivers who's tires were damaged this week on southbound two 95 in the district, you may have some compensation coming your way. The district's Department of Transportation says it looks like sticky asphalt materials used in a paving project or the reason why tar was sticking the tires and causing some cars to slide uncontrollably. D dot tells WTO if your car suffered damages, you can contact the D.C. office of risk management to file a claim to be reimbursed for the damages. After fixes were made to the asphalt D.C. two 95 reopened before rush hour yesterday. Still to come here on WTO, what happened that led police to shoot a man in the parking lot of a mall yesterday. It's 5 O 7. Regional business insights from Carolyn Carpenter, president of the National Capital Region of Johns Hopkins health system, a member of the greater Washington board of trade. At Johns Hopkins medicine suburban hospital

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"governor kelly" Discussed on ToddCast Podcast with Todd Starnes

ToddCast Podcast with Todd Starnes

04:40 min | 10 months ago

"governor kelly" Discussed on ToddCast Podcast with Todd Starnes

"All right, folks. Good to have you back with us. Kansas governor Laura Kelly. Vetoed a bill that would have protected biological girls in athletics. And the whole point of the legislation was to ensure that they're not forced to play alongside a boy who thinks he's a girl. And the governor says, yeah, we're not going to do that. We're going to let boys who identify as girls, beat the living daylights out of these girls on the athletic field. Alliance defending freedom are good friends. And they're standing up for biological women all over America. They say by vetoing this bill, governor Kelly has chosen for the second time to reject fairness in sports for thousands of women and girls in Kansas. When biological differences are ignored, women and girls bear the brunt of the harm. The incidents of males dominating girls athletic competitions when competing as females is increasing nationwide. As they seize championships and shatter long-standing female track records. But at least the Kansas legislature, I mean, at least they took a stand for female athletes. You know, I'm curious, there are a lot of moms and dads listening to this program and you've got girls you've got daughters who are playing sports. And would you would you allow them to play on a team or play against a team that had boys who identified as girls? Last week, we told you the story about Guam high school so they've got a boy who identifies as a girl of the female rugby team and they were playing another team and that guy went out there and just obliterated the girls. According to the local reports, at least three of the girls had to be taken off the field, they suffered injuries at the hands of this of this man. And that's what they are. I mean, we've got to start you may say, okay, well, Todd, that's just your transphobic. You've got to start calling these, calling these people by the gender they identify with. No, no, no, no, no, no. That's not how it works, folks. That's not how it works. God made mail and female. That's it. But I'm telling you, we're only going to be in for more stories like Guam high school. Where you will have young ladies that are competing in other sports and there are contact sports out there and you're going to have more biological girls getting hurt. And it's going to get to a point where moms and dads are going to lay down the law and say, we're not going to let you Susie or Sally or whatever. We're not going to let you go out of that field. And compete with the boys, we're just not going to do that. Got to pay attention here, folks. It is going to get very ugly in the coming in the coming days. And I really don't know why the L or the L or the G component, I don't know why they won't stand up and speak out. You've got the log cabin Republicans, and even they are standing up for people like governor Ron DeSantis. And the legislation that he's putting forward to stop a lot of this sex indoctrination in the classrooms. But the position of this radio program is we don't think they need to be teaching kindergarteners anything about sex straight or gay. That's how that's how we roll here on this program. All right, coming up in just a little while, it is tax day. Jeez, hold on. I already had to send my check in for the government. Tax day are good friend art alley from Timothy plan is going to be here and he'll give us some good advice on how to ramp up our taxes, also dean Cain is going to be going to drop by good friend of this program and he's got a new movie coming out and we're going to talk to him about that as well. And we're also going to be taking your calls throughout the day, 8 four four 747 88 68. That's 8 four four 747 88 68. Again, our website and if you haven't already done so, you need to get yourself signed up for our daily newsletter as well as our podcast, both free of charge and available at Todd starnes dot com. All.

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"governor kelly" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

02:32 min | 1 year ago

"governor kelly" Discussed on WTOP

"A handful of recommendations But transit systems protocols in systems for responding to emergencies are better now than it was following a deadly incident on the green line in 2015 But it also identifies critical areas where metros not meeting its own requirements or doesn't have adequate procedures or training Washington metro rail safety commission spokesman max Smith says the report also finds metroid as a poor job explaining situations when 9-1-1 calls are made You imagine where you're working there are things you say all the time that nobody outside of your office would have any clue what you're talking about In some emergency response equipment was also found expired or dirty John dome in WTO P news Virginia attorney general Jason Miller is investigating how the loudoun county school system handled two sex assaults at high schools by the same boy and we're learning more about how they may all play out Let's go to WTO's Neil Ogden On the day he launched the investigation attorney general Jason Mia is declared loudoun county schools covered up a sexual assault on school grounds for political gain Governor Glenn youngkin's executive order said the school system withheld key details and knowingly lied to parents I would say that executive order is not a charging document is not an indictment Former attorney general Jerry kilgore was Mira's transition chief He tells the WTO despite the political launch pad of charges are filed they still have to meet the standard in any courtroom Willfulness of our criminal violations and then you have to prove it beyond a reasonable doubt TLP news Marilyn republic in candidate for governor Kelly Schultz has picked her running mate He's Maryland assistant health secretary doctor Jeff wolford Wilford is from sykesville and spent 30 years in the air force before working for state government The primary is set for June 28th Four 13 is best known for the Grammy winning smash Jesse's girl all the way back in 1981 This Friday Rick Springfield rocks Hollywood casino charlestown races Let's talk to WTO entertainment editor Jason fraley I canceled one show because I got COVID but we've been so anxious to play that it's been amazing Born in Australia Rick Springfield moved to America for the smash hit Jesse's girl It's a double edged sword It's great to have that song but it does tend to overshadow new stuff you know I'll go on TV to promote a new album and they'll play Jesse's girl who's a play on but I'm mostly proud of it I will sit I'll let you see his girl these days he writes fiction novels like world.

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"governor kelly" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

06:40 min | 1 year ago

"governor kelly" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"No more. It's the knocking, Rob show. All right, so let's get into some of the crazy stuff that that Biden said in his pressers on Friday and yesterday, So and we're not going to get into huge amounts of detail, because hopefully by now, most people have heard some of the highlights, but I did want to point out a couple things. So you know, as we mentioned We played audio last week from the British parliamentarian who was So angry And so, um, what's the word? He was so succinct about talking about exactly what Biden has done and expressing how awful it is how awful. This withdrawal has been handled from Afghanistan. And, of course, there was criticism from Boris Johnson. There's been criticism that's been widespread. Um from across the world. In fact, they're the UK like the Parliament held him in contempt. So I mean, it's impossible that Biden doesn't know that he's receiving criticism and yet, listen to this audio from Friday. Sir. Just on that initial assessment. We we learned of the last 24 hours that there is a dissent Cable from the State Department. Sure. Uh, Saying that the Taliban would come faster through Afghanistan. Can you say why? After that cable is issued, the U. S didn't do more to get Americans out all kinds of cables. All kinds of notice ranged from this group, saying that they didn't say it fall when it would fall when it did fall. But saying that it would fall to others saying it wouldn't happen for a long time and they be able to sustain themselves. Through the end of the year. I made the decision The buck stops with me. I took the consensus opinion. The consensus opinion was that in fact it would not occur if it occurred until later in the year, So there's my decision. Yeah, we know. No, you can. That's enough. So, so we're very aware that it was his decision. That's why he is getting all the blame. And rightly so. And so there was another question. Asked that day, you know, basically, how are you reacting to the fact that there is so much international criticism, and he answered that he hasn't heard that that in fact. What he has heard has been overwhelmingly positive, and it just it makes you wonder how he can be either that clueless or misinformed or in the dark about what's really happening right? Because there's no way that spin right? Even a pathological liar like Biden couldn't go out there and go think so. Everyone's saying I'm doing a great job. You think he's talented enough to spin anything? No, and he has to know he's lost. CNN has lost MSNBC. He doesn't have the usual defenders that will that will spend that for him, right? Right. So so he has to be. And this was the question he kind of asked earlier. Like What are they telling him like? I mean, how does he not get the same information that we are getting about How Britain who for 200, plus years now has basically been our closest ally abroad. What they're saying about you. Yeah, it's amazing. I don't know how this is happening. Now we've got a clip to this one is just kind of a funny one from Sunday's presser where he was trying to come up with the name of, um someone from FEMA. Listen. He had just talked to her to my God, I think he was staring at her. I think she was right there and he was like referring to her. And this is what happened. I can't think of anyone better to lead this operation, then. Then, uh, Dan, Uh, Chris? Well, FEMA, My God. And what was what else was super frustrating about Sunday's address is that he started out by talking about the storm that was headed to the Northeast, right, which was super It was like the super weird way of trying to distract from the bigger issue, because when has he ever like When is the president ever really gone to have a presser about like a hurricane coming to Right. The normal places Hurricanes go to write. It just doesn't happen so and then one of the things that he said, which was ridiculous about storm on read out. It's not Henry. It's not Henry. It's Omri. Um, is that he wanted to remind everybody that was in the storm's path to listen. If you're if you have to take shelter, don't forget your mask. Don't forget to wear a mask. That was his big concerns. So ridiculous. Can we play that Biden clip again of him? Forgetting that chick's name because I have a have a thought on this. I can't think of anyone better to lead this operation. Then then, uh, Dan, Uh, Chris? Well, a FEMA. You know, you know who Biden has become. And it's not because he's not paying attention. It's because he's mentally shot, but I will do this. I'm sure you do this where you're like you're in a conversation with someone and you're looking at your phone. And you're not really paying attention. But you're trying to fake your way as though you're paying attention, and you'll say things that don't even make any sense as a part of the conversation. That's not even what I asked you. I feel like you do that to me during that I do that the whole show sometimes grab. That's who. That's who Biden's become. He's guy who's not paying attention in the middle of a conversation. And so it's not distract, Citing else. He's just mentally shot. And by the way can we can we have, uh A moment of personal privilege to play the greatest named forgetting of all time. Kansas have the woman governor right now, and she beat Kris Kobach and her name. Um, is I'm very proud to know her. And her name is, um, Governor Kelly. Thank you. Mhm, Amy Klobuchar. The gift will forever keep on giving, uh My best friend, and her name is, uh, that's her. Uh, now Governor Kelly rewinding back to Fridays. Presser. Um, And by the way, Biden took questions at both Fridays and Sundays. Presser now. And he said yesterday that these are going to be a regular occurrence until everybody gets out. And yesterday I will give him credit. A tiny, it seems bitsy sliver of credit. For at least, finally sounding more determined to make sure that every American gets out. He has not sounded determined until yesterday. He's kind of been like wishy washy about the whole thing..

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"governor kelly" Discussed on O Mediato

O Mediato

05:59 min | 1 year ago

"governor kelly" Discussed on O Mediato

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"governor kelly" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

06:32 min | 2 years ago

"governor kelly" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"The thing This is for you 105.9 at them. Keep me kind of going. W N E l I appreciate where Washington comes to talk A stories behind the headlines weekday morning from the mall. W N E l where Washington comes to talk. E want you to listen to the very white, transparent effect in his soul and Democrat Dean Phillips on the floor of the house again because I think I can help this guy really do got 13 Go. I screamed to my colleagues to follow me to follow me across the aisle to the Republican side of the chamber. So that we could blend in. So that we could blend in. For I I I don't even know if that's true. It sounds so weird and stupid, doesn't it? Doesn't it? First they say there was saying Hang Mike Pence, right? Isn't he white and a Republican, Mr Producer. Break down the doors right here. Would spare us If they simply mistook us for Republicans. Mm hmm. Within moments, I recognized that blending in was not an option available. My colleagues of color. So I'm here tonight to say to my brothers and sisters in Congress. And all around our country. I'm sorry. I'm sorry. For I had never understood, really understood. What privilege. Really means. It took a violent mob of insurrection. Insurrectionists lightning bolt moment. In this very room. Now I know Leave me I really know. He really knows now. Have a way to solve this Mr Producer. And I hear this from white liberals all the time. Why don't they just resign? And handler seats over to minority I really don't understand it if you're really serious about what you're saying. Then do something about it. You're taking up a precious position. There are only so many Ah, And if you really believe what you're saying, Then do it. Right, Mr Producer. Give your seat. The minority. Nobody want because he's a Negro man it back in his power hungry So you know, where is their words? And the rest is the rest. I don't know how much more of this I could take. Mr. Producer. Do we have some good collars out there? Just breathlessly waiting to go on the Mark Levin show, please. Christine and Kansas. The great case CMO go. Hi. Thanks for having me. Hey, I'm a pediatrician and Kansas City and I've been working for the last eight months to get Students in our company back in school, and I have not been successful yet, but I was actually because you believe in the science, you know, we're not talking about the science here. Well, yes, that's true. But anyway, I was listening to Dr Siegel talk and you guys were at you were discussing why the case numbers are down. Um No. In Kansas. Magically. Our case numbers have gone down since our governor Governor Kelly. Allowed the cycle threshold value to decrease from 42 to 35. I have no idea what that means. So the cycle threshold is the Way that you detect Edna on the cove it PCR test. So if you have a high amount of covert Edna In your nasal swab. It may only take seven or eight cycles. To detect that, Edna. So that's called your cycle threshold value or your C T value. So when you have more DNAs, your CT value is lower. It detected a lot faster. Let's say we've got all right. So where does this take us? So you were set. You were wondering why our numbers of cases have gone down? No. I was reading with that The experts are wondering why the number of cases went down. Well, then I think the reason the number of cases went down one of the big reasons. Because now Since we're not cycling things through 40 or 45 times. We aren't detecting little fragments of dead Edna. We're going to be more likely to detect live real virus that is going to make a person infectious. And not somebody that might have 38 copies of the DNI and their nose or already in their nose. And actually, you're saying the testing is much more accurate. Now, testing is much more accurate now, and that change was not made until after the first of January. When the election was already basically secured, and they needed something to start to show. Look at our numbers. They're getting better. Of course, your numbers will get better. When you test appropriately. And what about the idea that maybe there has been some herd immunity, given the fact that His doctor Siegel was saying a lot of people probably had this. We didn't know it. We don't have all the early testing and so forth. They've been cycled through once or twice. Oh, I agree with that. I think that there's a lot of reasons our numbers are down. I think we have had Lot more infections and have been documented because many were very mild asymptomatic, whereas he said people just sell yucky and didn't go in to get tested. So There's a lot of reasons, but but this is a very big one. It's going to cause the numbers too. Plummets. Very interesting. And you're saying and so that just in time for buying to take credit because he's such a genius. Exactly..

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Kansas coronavirus update: High court to settle dispute between governor, Republicans

All Things Considered

01:53 min | 3 years ago

Kansas coronavirus update: High court to settle dispute between governor, Republicans

"The Kansas Supreme Court convened an emergency session today the goal to resolve a dispute between democratic governor Laura Kelly and Republican legislative leaders who opposed her attempt to stop churches from holding Easter services amid the corona virus outbreak more from Jim McLean of the Kansas news service there was nothing typical about today's hearing because of the coronavirus the court like everything else is operating differently today is a historic day as we hear arguments for the first time by video conferencing the justices led by Chief Justice more lucrative gathered virtually from their home to hear the case filed just three days ago by governor Kelly the dispute centers on Kelly's use of sweeping orders to slow the spread of the virus and efforts by Republican lawmakers to rein her in Kelly was the first governor closed schools for the rest of the academic year and among the first in the region to impose a state wide a stay at home policy three weeks ago I left these decisions to local health departments for as long as possible members of the Republican controlled legislature were quick to accuse her of over reacting here's senator rob Wilson I don't want anybody to die I don't want anybody to get this virus but we can't because this country do everybody can stay home just before the social distancing rules sent them home for the month of April Republican lawmakers agreed to extend the emergency declaration but only if Kelly agreed to allow a panel of legislative leaders to review and possibly reject her subsequent orders that agreement held until recently when lawmakers blocked Kelly's move to add church services and funerals the places were no more than ten people could gather Republican Senate president Susan Wagle led the opposition were restricting individual rights to practice religious liberties so I can't approve this the very next day and angry Kelly took the lawmakers to

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