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Maryland legislature overrides governor's veto on police reform bill
"Maryland's democratically controlled state legislature passed a package of landmark police reforms overriding a veto by Republican governor Larry Hogan. The bills will overhaul the way officers were disciplined, allow public scrutiny of civilian complaints against officers and set a new standard for the use of force. Governor Hogan says some of the measures air on fair to
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"Fired her gun instead of her Taser. Civil rights attorney Ben Crump was that the viewing of the body yesterday American child Downtime. No good by the grace of God. Hayden operate, it could be their shot. The police officer who shot Dante, right, is charged with manslaughter. We're learning more about the police involved shooting of a black teenage girl in Columbus, Ohio. Here's our Ed Donahue Mukai. A Bryant is seen on video charging at two people with a knife gets up just out. Officer Nicholas reared and was the first on the scene. She had a knife. She just went at her, Columbus Mayor Andrew Ginther asked. Did Bryant need to die? How did we get here? Police say Ohio State law allows officers to use deadly force to protect themselves or others. I'm Ed Donahue, lawmakers in Congress say they're closer than ever to consensus on a bill that would change the nation's policing laws. The passage of any bill is still a question one of Florida's largest hospital networks, Jackson Health, says it will not give Govind shots anymore to those who haven't gotten one because demand is slowing down. Maryland governor Larry Hogan is stepping up efforts to get people vaccinated. He calls it the no arm left behind initiative. There's more evidence that you probably won't get Cove it if you've been fully vaccinated, a new study of Chicago nursing facility shows that have thousands of people fully vaccinated. Only 22 got Cove it. This is AP News. TV's jeopardy has added another celebrity to the list of guest hosts The AP s Oscar Wills. Gabriel has this for a while it looked like LeVar Burton would not be able to add hosting jeopardy to his list of career accomplishment. But thanks to the online persuasion of his fans, he'll get a shot. He has been added to the final group of guest host for the game show, which is in search of a full time replacement for Alex Trebek, the longtime host who died last year. Burton was not on the substitute list, but it online Petition has put him in the mix. So far, at least a quarter million signatures have been collected and the petition says During his career, Burton has inspired and shaped the minds of generations of trivial loving nerds. During his career, Burton was on routes hosted Reading Rainbow and was on Star Trek. The next generation of Moscow's Gabriel Europe is moving to ban or control. Live facial scanning is too risky to safety or privacy. I'm Rita Foley. AP News AP News I'm to McGuire, a black 16 year old Mukai, A Bryant, armed with a knife was shot and killed by a Columbus police officer when she first one the knife at one person, then lunged at.
Maryland legislature overrides governor's veto on police reform bill
"O P Maryland Senate has just voted to overturn Governor Larry Hogan's veto of two police reform bills. The first bill would mandate the state wide use of body worn cameras by July. 2025 the second bill Regulate the execution of search warrants. Yesterday, delegates voted to overturn the governor's veto of another bill that would repeal John protections in the police disciplinary process. Hogan says the proposals will hurt police recruitment and retention impose significant risks. The
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"Ryan topping the local stories. We're following for you as we head into this Thursday together. Narrowly divided House will vote today. This Thursday, April 22nd on D C. Statehood, but supporters are predicting it will pass and continue to gain support as we hear from double duty. Lt's Mitchell Miller on Capitol Hill, D. C. Statehood is within reach. For the first time in history, D C delegate Eleanor Holmes. Norton says her optimism is based on the fact that her bill to make the district the 51st state passed the house last year. And now there's a Democratic controlled Senate and the White House also supports the legislation. But no Republicans back the bill and without at least some GOP support, the measure again faces an uphill climb in the Senate to get past a 60 vote filibuster. House Majority Leader Steny Hoyer acknowledges that will remain an issue but believes other political changes will help maintain momento. Them for statehood. And so we're very hopeful that we can move forward on this. On Capitol Hill, Mitchell Miller w T o P News WTLV needs time to Oh four Thursday morning. Virginia is the first Southern state to legalize simple possession of pot for recreational use. Double DT LPs, Christi King shares with us this morning. The governor signed the legislation this week Wednesday afternoon noted at the signing ceremony. This law establishes social Equity as a pillar and major priority. A lacy, a black Hackett is Virginia's deputy chief diversity officer. She says the bill legalizing pot creates economic opportunities for people getting in the business. It was critical. For there to be equitable access to business licensing, especially for those who have been in the past, criminalized and disenfranchised by marijuana laws, allowing adults to have up to an ounce of pot takes effect. July 1st Christi King W. T o Penis out of the vaccine effort this morning. The vaccination effort it too. Oh, five Thursday morning, Maryland. Has administered four million doses of covert vaccine so far, and its leaders say over 80% of the state's seniors have now been vaccinated. But Governor Larry Hogan says they want to close that 18% gap. The state is now launching no arm left behind initiatives. Hogan says they have scheduled vaccine clinics at 98% of senior housing facilities were also proactively reaching out to more than 70,000 of the state's Medicaid recipients who have not yet received a vaccine. They will also host vaccine. Clinics that senior centers which Hogan announced will be allowed to reopen four safe in person activities for the first time in over a year. We truly are close to that light at the end of the tunnel, but those of you who have not yet been vaccinated, go get a vaccine as quickly as you can look, Luker w. T o p. NEWS SIDE. Maryland Health managers say vaccination efforts will feel the effects of not having access to the one shot J and J. Johnson and Johnson vaccine if the federal government does not bring it back online. Maryland's Health secretary, Dennis Rader says the state has the ability to administer 100,000 covert 19 vaccine doses a day. But if the Johnson and Johnson vaccines remain on pause, not having those 100,000 doses a week from Johnson and Johnson is going to slow us down. Schrader spoke before the Maryland Board of Public Works before the decision to pause distribution of the Johnson and Johnson vaccines. Doses distributed in the U. S. Were shipped from the Netherlands, not the Baltimore plant, now the subject of a lawsuit and congressional investigation. Kate Ryan w T. O P News leadership today,.
Police Respond to Active Shooter Incident in Frederick, Maryland
"As we continue to follow the situation on a Frederick County, Maryland, police were called to the scene for an active shooter earlier this morning, we have learned that two people were shot near a shopping center on progress, Dr often Agassi Boulevard. This is just northeast of Frederick, Maryland, were told earlier that police were responding to an active shooter there, and now they have tweeted that the suspect is down. Also have no information yet on the condition of the two people who were shot. Governor Larry Hogan has been briefed on the situation. State police are assisting again. Two people shot in Frederick, Maryland this morning. This is near a shopping center on progress, Dr were told the suspected gunman is down. We're expecting to learn more soon. A news conference has been called. For about a half an hour from now We have a reporter heading to the scene and we'll bring you more information as
Maryland to open eligibility to all at mass vaccination sites
"Leave starting tomorrow All Marylanders, 16 and older will be eligible for a covert vaccine at any of the states. Mass vaccination sites, Governor Larry Hogan says By April 12th all providers in the state will be required to offer vaccines to marry. Wonders, 16 and older. I want to stress that even though we're opening up eligibility for everyone, that does not mean everyone will be able to immediately get an appointment. If you don't want to wait for an appointment at a mass vaccination site starting tomorrow, you can go with the walk up. But the Hagerstown site Salisbury open to walk ups last week, but the walk up you can't be guaranteed because if too many people show up. You may wait in line for a while. And you may say sorry today. We
All Maryland residents 16 and up to be vaccine eligible
"Governor Larry Hogan says Phase three, which had been scheduled to begin April, 27th. Suddenly being accelerated Any and all Marylanders, 16 and older are able to get a vaccine at any of the states. Mass vaccination sites. Already a half million residents of the general population of pre registered And the governor says over the next several weeks vaccine will be within the reach of all Marylanders if they continue to provide vaccines the way they have led us to believe. We should be able to finish everybody who wants one. You know, during April and may,
Vaccine Pre-Registration Open For All Marylanders 16 And Older
"Covert 19 vaccinations here in our region. Let's start this afternoon in Maryland, where Governor Larry Hogan has announced Maura people will soon be able to get a shot. He also says there will Be a walk up policy at a mass vaccination site and says We should be cautious. When it comes to holiday travel. Let's go to w T o P SKATE RUN. Maryland is not yet in Phase three, but Governor Larry Hogan did open up pre registration for covert 19 vaccinations. Today, every single Marylander who wants a covert 19 vaccine and now pre register for an appointment at a mass vaccination site. Logan also announced the Eastern Shore, mass vaccination side and Salsbury will not require appointments. And while he advised against travel to states, where the covert variants are becoming dominant, he did say, drive to the beach. Stop in Salisbury get get everybody vaccinated and then go to Ocean city and get some Thrasher's French fries. Stay for the weekend and go toe Easter brunch on Sunday morning. Take
Maryland To Open COVID-19 Vaccine Eligibility Up To All Residents 16 Or Older Next Week
"Phase to be of its covert 19 vaccination eligibility. What it means residents. 16 and older with underlying medical conditions can now get a shot, But the state will still prioritize vaccinating people 65 older. Those in charge say they Hope to make all adults eligible for a vaccine by the end of next month. By the way, Maryland is now administering more than 50,000 vaccines a day. So far, they've given 2.6 million shots. The state is getting shots in the arms at a faster rate than 33 other states. Governor Larry Hogan says he's status, finally receiving the increase in supply promised by the federal government. Now Green Belt is getting
Maryland lawmakers vote to repeal pro-Confederacy state song
"Be no more. My Marilyn. His state lawmakers repeal the Civil War era song yesterday, which has been described as a call to arms for the Confederacy, then measure now goes to the governor for signature. But Governor Larry Hogan spokesperson says that the governor doesn't like the song but hasn't seen the legislation to know whether he'll sign it. Maryland lawmakers have been trying to replace that song. Since 1974 new legislation in the district would
Several states roll back COVID restrictions as infections fall
"Of capacity limits for restaurants, stores and other businesses kicked in on Friday for parts of Maryland. While many businesses welcome the news, one Look health expert is worried It may be a case of the state getting rid of too much needed precautions too soon. We have to continue to combat this virus on multiple fronts. Well, we're immunizing people. That is important. That's why Dr Jennifer Nuzzo, senior scholar at the Johns Hopkins Center for Health Security, says Maryland and other states easing restrictions are being too hasty. Maryland is not one of the top states in terms of getting vaccines of the arms governor Larry Hogan says Vaccination progress in the state led to the move, which he calls a step in the right direction and Important for economic recovery that Nuzzo says any state easing restrictions should start with the lower risk venues and not necessarily focused on restaurants, which we know are particularly high risk. Mike
Maryland Lifts COVID Capacity Limits On Restaurant Dining, Retail And Other Businesses, Masks Still Required
"Maryland governor. Larry hogan is lifting capacity on your an outdoor dining and other businesses starting on friday in a step toward normalcy. So people will still be required to wear masks. But centers gyms nail salons in casinos will be able to open to full capacity and restaurants and bars will still have to sit people six feet apart. Well this is the state's new guidance it's not clear if all of the counties will follow suit counties in our region have been hesitant in the past to reopen at the same pace that hogan has called for already. montgomery county is pushing back on easing the restrictions. It looks like leaders. In montgomery and prince george's county will hold press conferences tomorrow with covid updates and most likely reactions to hogan's
Maryland Governor Larry Hogan visits new mass vaccination site at M&T Bank Stadium
"S Mass vaccination site Empty Bank Stadium in Baltimore yesterday. During the first few days between 255 100 appointments will be available each day, but the state will be handle thousands a day as the vaccine supply increases. Would you see me? I'm
Maryland reports 618 newly confirmed coronavirus cases, 18 new deaths
"Maryland is reporting 618 new cases and 18 deaths. Maryland Governor Larry Hogan also tweeting that hospitalizations in the state dropped below 1000 for the first time since November and her down more than half from their peak in January.
Latest Coronavirus Case Count in DC, Maryland, and Virginia
"O p News we turn to the coronavirus in the latest numbers around here. Do you see today reporting 95 new cases and one additional death. Virginia says there have been 2303 new cases. And a record 134 deaths breaking yesterday's record of 99. Though the numbers may have been impacted by the bad weather, they say, Maryland is reporting 618 new cases and 18 deaths. Maryland Governor Larry Hogan also tweeting that hospitalizations in the state dropped below 1000 for the first time since November. Down more than half from their
Latest coronavirus test results in DC, Maryland and Virginia
"New cases and one additional death. Virginia says there have been 202,300 new cases of a record. 101 134 deaths breaking yesterday's record of 99 deaths, though the numbers may have been impacted by the bad weather, Maryland is reporting 618 new cases in 18 deaths. Maryland governor Larry Hogan also tweeting the hospitalizations in the state drop below 1000 for the first time since November and her down more than half from their peak in January. But the latest numbers go to
Maryland Approves Country’s First Tax on Big Tech’s Ad Revenue
"Maryland lawmakers Moving ahead with the first ever attacks in the United States on Internet advertising. Maryland lawmakers voted Friday to override a veto from Republican Governor Larry Hogan of a first in the nation tax on Internet ads for big tech companies like Google or Facebook. Friday's vote in the Maryland said it was 29 17 the minimum needed for 3/5 majority to override Hogan's veto. The House of delegates voted to override the veto earlier in the week. The tax rate would be 2.5% for businesses with gross annual revenue of $100 million and climb incrementally up to a 10% tax for companies with revenue of $15 billion or more. Supporters and opponents agree. A court challenge is
Maryland lawmakers move ahead with first tax on internet ads
"News lawmakers in Maryland appear close to approving a first in the nation tax Attacks would help pay for a plan to improve K through 12 education, the state Senate President Bill Ferguson, Kids and families in our economy deserve it. They just have nothing less. It would tax Internet ads for big tech companies like Facebook and Google that make more than $100 million globally. The Maryland General Assembly overrode Governor Larry Hogan's veto of the legislation for the tax. It is more important now than ever that we get this right to recover from over 19 and sure that kids have access to world class educational opportunities. The taxes, the first of its Kind and state analysts say it could raise about $250
Maryland lawmakers move ahead with first tax on internet ads
"Hi Mike Rossi a reporting Maryland lawmakers move ahead with the first attacks in the U. S. on internet ads lawmakers voted Friday to override a veto from Republican governor Larry Hogan of a first in the nation tax on internet ads for big tech companies like Google or Facebook Friday's vote in the Maryland Senate was twenty nine seventeen the minimum needed for a three fifths majority to override Hogan's veto house of delegates voted to override the veto earlier in the week the tax rate would be two point five percent for businesses with gross annual revenue of one hundred million dollars and climb incrementally up to a ten percent tax for companies with revenue of fifteen billion dollars or more supporters and opponents agreed a court challenge is likely hi Mike Rossio
Maryland to open mass COVID-19 vaccine clinics Friday
"Right now to get a covert vaccine in Maryland, the state is trying to provide more opportunities. Maryland Governor Larry Hogan announcing to mess vaccination sites with the opening one is in Prince George's County, another in Baltimore. But that doesn't mean you should wind up just yet. One of the new mass vaccination site in Maryland will be at six Flags in Prince George's County. And according to a release from Governor Larry Hogan's office, there will be a Soft opening on Friday, and he'll be joined by Prince George's County executive. Angela also broke the first people to get their vaccines at the six Flags site will be from those already registered through the Prince George's County Health Department wants those vaccinations air complete after February, 15th. Additional appointments will be available to all illegible Marylanders, but they're no details on that registration process. A second sight in Baltimore is also opening on Friday. Vaccinations at both sites again are by appointment only. Hey,
"governor larry hogan" Discussed on WTOP
"Today, Maryland's powerful remembering their friend and late Senate president at the Statehouse in Annapolis. Here's W piece, Kate Ryan. They gathered in the Maryland Senate chamber where the late Thomas V. Mike Miller Jr. Served a Senate president for 33 years, They shared their memories. Maryland Governor Larry Hogan, a Republican, was close personal friends with Miller when Mike was your opponent. You knew you were in for a battle, But when he was on your side, he was really on your side. Senate Majority Leader Nancy King, the state of Maryland has lost its most devoted champion. But to my colleagues both past and present and I who were lucky enough to call Mike a friend. We have lost a personal cheerleader, a confident in a man who was pure gold. Miller died on January 15th. He was 78 years old Kate Ryan. W T. O P. News. There was outrage after thousands of National Guard members were kicked out of the capital while taking a break last night. Today. Maryland's governor is reacting, though he says he hasn't heard if Guardsman from his state were among them. Despite National Guardsmen reporting they were asked to leave the capital and rest in a nearby garage, Maryland governor Larry Hogan tells w. B A. L know we haven't had that issue, you know, ask them. They said they were. They were getting a little sleep, and they were getting fed pretty well. In a statement, the Capitol police acting chief says it did not instruct the National Guard to vacate the capital and that on Inauguration Day quote the guard was notified and encouraged to reoccupy spaces in the capital and the visitor center following the swearing in ceremony. Well, there's a request for Maryland National Guard to stay in D. C through the end of the month, Governor Hogan says he may want to broaden their role in the free state. We may bring more people and wrap up even more of the guard to help us on the vaccination front. Meghan Cloherty w T o P. NEWS. Despite widespread reports of possible violence, this week's inauguration was largely peaceful. W T O P. National security correspondent J. J. Green says the presence of 25,000 National Guard troops surrounding them all in the capital played a part in that certainly the overwhelming security Presence in Washington, said a big message to anybody that was thinking of engaging in any kind of nefarious activity. But then there are people who sort of heated the message that was not just coming out from Washington. But from states around the.
"governor larry hogan" Discussed on WTOP
"Where the RV was situated and how that plays a role in the investigation. All of us locally. It feels like there has to be some connection with the A T and T facility. In the side of the bombing. Law enforcement sources say the suspect's father worked for a TNT witnesses told investigators he may have had an issue with five G technology and online conspiracy theories about it. Millions of struggling Americans will have to do without unemployment benefits as the president is still yet to sign off on stimulus relief. Republican Governor Larry Hogan of Maryland on CNN signed the bill. Get it done. And then if the president wants to push for more, let's get that done to let's work together in a bipartisan way would be a great way for him to end the administration. WBBM TV is Marisa Paredes in Chicago, with a closer look at those who are out of work are being affected. Missed the boat to really help us out. Former aircraft dispatcher Danner Shin was furloughed for months before getting officially laid off. In October, He was forced to move back in with his mother, Er Shin says, the back and forth with the bill has been excruciating to watch. But so Was the proposed $600 almost like a slap in the face. It really just shows you how out of touch Congress really is with the needs the most Americans that they honestly think $600 is going to do anything, a new study says more than 2900. U. S Healthcare workers have died during the pandemic since March. The analysis from K. H N and the Guardian says fatalities have skewed young with the majority of victims under the age of 61. 3rd of the fatalities involved concerns over inadequate PPE. Suspect in custody after opening fire inside an Illinois bowling alley, Rockford Police Chief Dan O'Shea. We believe this is a completely random act, and there is no prior meeting or any kind of relationship between the suspect and any of the victims. Three people were killed and three others have been injured. Ah Hall of Fame pitcher has died.
"governor larry hogan" Discussed on WTOP
"Has returned to our state in a big way. No good news on the Corona virus numbers are continuing to spike and Maryland Governor Larry Hogan says businesses need to limit the number of people allowed inside, effective today at 5, P.m., Maryland, restaurants and bars are ordered to reduce indoor capacity from 75 to 50%. This order will be enforced. Governor Hogan is also warning against indoor gatherings of 25 or more He says family gatherings and house parties or common vectors for infection. Now the state is also advising against personal or business travel to any state with positivity rights above 10% these actions Are absolutely necessary to help us withstand this surge to save lives. The governor has also ordered immediately a return to tell a work for most state employees, and he's asking private businesses to consider expanding Tele work. Dick Uliano w T. O P knew the number of daily Corona virus cases reported nationwide has topped 100,000 for the last eight days with a record 136,000 yesterday. Across the Heartland. Demand for testing is surging 17 States hit new records for hospitalizations here in Ohio admissions in cases air rising so fast that hospitals may have to start postponing non emergency procedures, according to Ohio State University, Dr Andrew Thomas. We're within a couple of weeks of having make difficult decisions on top, every hospital in the state that CBS correspondent David Beg Note in Toledo, Ohio, all about eight states are now in the red zones for covert 19 cases, according to the White House Corona Virus Task force. Dakotas in Wisconsin, again lead the nation in cases per capita, with Iowa claiming the fourth slot if reports are not made public by the Trump administration, but they are sent to governors Weekly Center for Public Integrity is collecting and publishing them. New reports underline that the corona virus pandemic is not getting better, despite the president's insistence that the country is rounding the turn up ahead on doubly GOP official plans and demonstrations coming together around the inauguration on Meghan Chloride, a 37 Today's innovation and government report highlights the government's modernization opportunities. Dean Hollings, the global defence Solution, strategist for four Scout technologies, says disses program office is making sure Dodie is ready for the comply to connect program. They're providing the training for the administrators out in the field. So so the program offices actually fielding hundreds of classes to train thousands of administrators within the first year. So that this mandate and the licenses that are being provided free of charge to the organizations from Disa can come together with people that are trained on how to operate the capability once it's delivered into their environments. Let four scout Cara soft and their reseller partners help you Imagine what your agency is capable of. Listen to the full program at federal news network dot com. Keyword Innovation in government Help Protect your family with a felt tip. Long.
"governor larry hogan" Discussed on WTOP
"P A 10 35. The FDA has given approval to an anti viral drug that was used to treat President Trump for covert 19 room disappear was already available in the U. S. Under an FDA emergency use authorization and CBS News Medical contributor. Dr David Vegas says the final approval doesn't really change access to the drug. Vegas also says the drug, which cost more than $3100 for a five day course, has a benefit win used early, but it's not Attic benefit, and it's not a home run. It has become the standard of care for those hospitalized with severe cove at 19, even though there's no proof it improves survival. Alison Keys, CBS NEWS Washington Maryland businesses struggling because of the Corona virus. Pandemic can't hang on much longer, and that's something that the governor and his critics agree on. Maryland governor Larry Hogan's come up with a new $250 Million Cove in 19 Relief plan for small businesses. Comptroller Peter Franchot calls it a good start, but says it doesn't go far enough. Franchot wants $500 million in direct aid. Why not go further, Hogan said Thursday. Well, we didn't think it was prudent Tio drain the rainy day fund. But Franchot insists the rainy day fund is not the only source that could be leveraged for additional aid. It's not an issue The state have $500 million to spend on small business relief question is, Is there any political will to do it? The governor's plan was given a thumbs up by the National Federation of Independent Business Director Mike O'Halloran said the money is welcome but that many businesses are already at what he called Decision Day cake. Ryan w. T o p News Stick around coming up. We'll check traffic and weather. And then did last night's debate changed the trajectory of the presidential race will ask NBC news analyst Howard Fineman coming up. Stay with us 10 37 shopping for appliances. You.
"governor larry hogan" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM
"Governor Larry Hogan, releasing a book later this month about national politics and his experiences governor. The Republican has not ruled out a run for his party's 2024 presidential nomination. He says he'll be hosting a number of virtual events with some prominent Republicans later this month hearings in a jury trial to determine criminal sanity for a man who pled guilty to killing five people. At the Capital Gazette newspaper postponed because of the pandemic. The hearings have been moved to August. The Baltimore Ravens in sports The Baltimore Ravens say fewer than 14,000 seats Would be filled if fans are allowed to attend games this season due to safety protocols and social distancing measures brought about by the pandemic. MNT bank stadiums, regular capacity is just over 71,000. 91 degrees. It's three or four on Michael. Phillip l E. 6 80 Wcbm News, Sean Hannity here. So is there a law somewhere that says that you need to see your retirement account? Go up and up enough only to see them go down and down again. I suppose the markets go way down right when you are ready to retire or worse. They go down after you've already retired. Like what happened back in 2008. What happens then? You need to go backto work. How would you like a retirement plan that goes up when the market goes up and gives you The most of the market gains with absolutely none of the losses. You heard me, right? You can get the most of the market gains without any of the losses. Okay? That sounds pretty good. Right? Maybe this is the guy for you. He's my friend, Rod Borowy. Rod's been helping middle class Americans like you for 40 years. Now you could meet with Rod and his team decide for yourself. And either Annapolis or Towson has called for 10 to 66 11 20. That's for 10 to 66 11 20 on the Web. About safe retirement solutions dot com telling your friend Sean Hannity says Hi Thiss wcbm Traffic check is sponsored by express pros dot com for dealing with some crash.
"governor larry hogan" Discussed on WTOP
"Word from governor Larry Hogan, who told Baltimore leaders they've got to take control of the city. This follows weekend protests where people pulled down the Christopher Columbus statue and threw it into the inner harbor. Hogan says constructive dialogue and working within the law is the right way to remove certain monuments. He calls destruction of public property completely unacceptable. Meantime, a statue of abolitionist Frederick Douglass was knocked down in Western New York. The statues stood on the site of underground railroad stops where Douglas and Harriet Tubman helped shuttle slaves to freedom. We say someone or a group of people removed a statue of Frederick Douglass from its pedestal in Rochester, New York, It happened on the 168th anniversary. The landmark speech he delivered there about the fourth of July and slavery was one of 13 statues and monuments put up there in 2018 this one in a park that was part of the underground railroad. The second to be vandalised. The statue was found just a few feet away from its spot over a fence near a gorge. Peter King CBS News in case You didn't know Douglas was Anacostia, his most prominent resident. He died there in southeast and 18 95 to 22. A 7000 square foot mural honoring Briana Taylor is now in a Maryland park W B. A L reports, nearly 30 volunteers and teaching 10 teaching artists finished. The project in Annapolis is Chambers Park Sunday. The project was sponsored by the Banneker Douglass Museum, the Maryland Commission on African American History and Culture and Future History. Now the purpose of the mural is to capture this pivotal moment in history in a creative, positive and active way. Taylor was shot eight times by officers who burst into her Louisville, Kentucky, home using a no knock warrant back in March. During the days of Jim Crow, there was something called the Green Book, which let blacks nowhere they could safely stay throughout the South. Well, Anna Randall County has a green book out. This one helps people buy from black businesses. Rather than boycott those not supporting racial equality from auto mechanics to travel and transportation and everything in between where to eat clothing stores Hair salon. John's legal and financial help. The Rondo Green Book is a directory of more than 200 African American businesses and organizations in the county. The spreadsheet has the type of enterprise and all the contact information you'd need address Web sites. Social media. Monica Lindsay of Odin Tin tells the Capital Gazette that when she found her family's copy of the book, she knew it needed to come back for black people in Anna Randall County, the CPS and Arrundell chapter has been developing it for the last three years. Sandy coz l W t o P News coming up Next in MONEY NEWS Wall Street starts we hire Georgetown restaurants gets amore room. I'm Jeff Global. It's 12 24. Thompson Creek Window Company is celebrating 40 years in business, replacing windows.
"governor larry hogan" Discussed on WTOP
"Pandemic governor Larry Hogan reportedly set to announce details about loosening more restrictions in Maryland later today but some hardest hit counties such as Montgomery and prince George's will likely keep restrictions in place for now when will DC and stay at home orders and re open mayor Mariel Bowser says not yet we certainly are going to be talking about all aspects of our re opening on this week and we are all looking for how we can get lonely turn on our economies while containing the virus and being able to isolate any new cases of the virus as we re open your browser telling WTOP she believes a peak in cases this skews me still expected later this month with a peak in hospitalizations to follow shortly Canada may soon administered questionnaires use contact tracing absent conduct temperature and medical history checks on people entering through its borders crossings with the United States four workers have died in just ten days on cruise ships with crews that are still stranded at sea because of coronavirus a woman who jumped overboard and a man who apparently died by suicide are among four crew killed by non corona virus causes on cruise ships with workers stranded on board two months ago all cruises were subjected to no sail orders as the outbreak was exploding worldwide and while passengers disembarked crew who remained on board has been in limbo the Coast Guard says there are more than one hundred cruise ships in and around U. S. waters with seventy two thousand crew members on board a group of about fourteen began a hunger strike on a royal Caribbean cruise ship anchored in Miami Matt.
"governor larry hogan" Discussed on The Daily Show with Trevor Noah: Ears Edition
"Employee concealing their identity for fear of retribution tells US plant managers were asked why fewer employees were showing up adding the virus was rarely mentioned. If at all people started being carried out of there and so we were always asking our supervisors. Basically what is going on here? This notice for a five hundred dollar attendance bonus enticed employees to keep the union representing workers says one month of requests for P. P. Were BASICALLY IGNORED EMPLOYEES? Tell US workers were given hairnets to use his face masks a Hannett come on people that have some bullshit. Workers were given handouts to wear face masks Henna. Khan stop the virus. I don't even think hands can stop. Hey I'm eating school lunch and you don't. It's really sad that these workers are being forced to keep the food chain going but nobody's being forced to protect them while they do it. They need equipment to keep safe while doing their jobs. And if you eat meat you especially should want these workers to be treated rights because without them. The only way you're getting bacon is if you fight the pig yourself. We'll know how that's going to end so troubles. Meat processing plants is one problem but there's also another problem that's messing up the food supply chain right now and that's distribution because with everyone locked down and eating at home. The food that used to go to restaurants schools has now no it ago before the pandemic by one estimate twenty four million cases of food delivered every day to restaurants schools and large venues in bulk and to repackage it for sale and grocery stores takes time and money with restaurants closed demand for butter and cheese has dropped significantly performers who can no longer get their products to restaurants and other customers are discarding millions.
"governor larry hogan" Discussed on The Daily Show with Trevor Noah: Ears Edition
"The thunderbirds flyover was done as a tribute to frontline workers fighting corona virus in the city. Seven blue angels jets eight. Thunderbirds plan started their trip over the city at around noon. This event turned out to be a magnet for crowds at a time when we are telling people not together in groups. Oh what have you done? What have we done to celebrate the work? We've done fighting corona virus. We'll wind up together and under all the way we've done. I didn't go rhino virus. You don't want I blame the military for this one. What did they expect people to do? If you do. Cool Shit outside. People are going to come outside because they want to see what's happening. What's your next bright idea? the military going to hire channing tatum to walk around in a Speedo. Just wanted to tell everyone to stay inside. No no no. Where are you coming to look? There's nothing to see here. Nothing sexy at all. Please stay away. It's just me magic bag. I mean the miniature was basically doing doughnuts in the sky. Of course New Yorkers are going to go outside and see it. That's impossible to resist. If cool shit is happening in the sky. You WanNa see it. The same way the military got Saddam Hussein. Oh Wow is that the helicopter. I want to see open the bunk open. The bunker knows all right. That's it for the right of Sunshine. Let's catch up on today's headlines. I up yesterday. The United States hit a grim milestone in the fight against corona virus when it surpassed one million confirmed cases and more than fifty eight thousand deaths. Which is now more than the total number of Americans who died in Vietnam and these numbers are a long way from late February. Like you remember. When trump said America's coronas cases would go down from fifteen to zero in a couple of days in fact trump was asked yesterday how he squeezed that comment with our country. Alexy and this is what he said. Back late. February predicted that the number of cases would go down to zero. How did we get from your prediction of zero to one million? Well it will go down to zero ultimately you have to understand when it comes to cases. We do much more testing than anybody else. We're going to show more cases because we're doing much much more testing double anybody else and it will be at the appropriate time. It will be down to zero like we said you see. This is what happens when you elect a real estate developer as a president timelines are always going to be. Bs You stood. My bathroom would be done in a month. Yeah February and twenty twenty four is a month and I don't know why you complaining. You still got the kitchen sink. That's like a bathroom but with dishes. Oh and by the way by the way what did trump mean when he said corona cases will go down to zero at the appropriate time? How is now not appropriate time? But what does that mean? Trump makes it sound like he's holding out for the right moment to stop krona virus. Not yet not yet in other news. Even after the corona viruses over its secondary effects could stretch far out into the future because you see health. Experts are now warning that because parents aren't able to go to the doctor. Many children are now falling behind in their vaccinations and this is for things like measles and whooping cough and you know whooping cough is one of those diseases. That sounds more fun than it is. What doctor says I have a month to live? And this is such a shitty thing to realize because of corona virus we could get measles and whooping cough basically corona viruses that one friend who distracts the bouncer? So that the rest of its boys can sneak into the club and if these other diseases come back that means two of the most vulnerable populations will be the elderly and children which would be terrible. Because then we'd have to quarantine them together and then we'd have all these five year olds coming out of lockdown with stories about World War Two and quasi racist opinions about Italians. I heard that they eat passed out because of and finally the Academy Awards has announced that for this year. Only because of the corona virus movies will not have to be shown in theaters in order to be eligible to win an Oscar. They still have to be white though. Because I mean come on. This is corona not the end of the world also the academy is going to update the Oscar statue itself to better reflect this past year. And you know if you ask me. The academy had no choice but to do this. I mean corona has shut everything down like there's no movies coming out so if they didn't include streaming then which movie gets an Oscar nomination once just like sonic the hedgehog movie would win everything by default and the best supporting actor goes to the Golden Rings from Sonic? Actually you know Boston's should do instead of like doing like a whole award ceremony for movies that nobody really watched one of they. Just make an Oscar for the greatest movies of all time. Think about think about it. You just take every movie that's been made and we do it as like a mega tournament. The all-star Oscars best movie of the Ninety s best movie of the two thousands greatest actor of all time. Because then it'll be tough out watching that Oscars all my favorite movies. You go to compare them who wins the father or clean runnings. That's tough and personally. I'm super excited for this news. Because for decades winning an Oscar has been too hard. You need a giant crew. You need a massive marketing budget. You Convince Meryl Streep to be in your movie but now anyone anyone can make an Oscar winning movie which is exactly what does he lighted. Daily show presents stream. I'm an I'm an bake sourdot journey to reach it. Adapt Oven the challenges she overcame. 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"governor larry hogan" Discussed on WTOP
"Workers governor Larry Hogan concedes that the states to the federal government are competing on the open market for the same limited supply ventilators and personal protective equipment for hospital staff the bottom line is there just aren't enough to go around for what everybody desperately needs and we've got to figure out the best way to to fix a really bad situation Hogan says the system is needed to share the limited but critical supplies in an interview on C. span governor Hogan said dramatic improvements have been made in corona virus testing but not fast enough we still got a long way to go Dickey only on WTOP news in Maryland the presidential primary has been pushed to June second but it's still not clear exactly how it will be run the Maryland state board of elections is recommending conducting the primary entirely by mail because of the corona virus risk to poll workers and voters but state Senate president bill Ferguson and house speaker Adrian Jones don't agree they sent a letter to governor Larry Hogan advocating for at least some in person voting writing that it would demonstrate that democracy can still flourish in the middle of a public health emergency the lawmakers and advocacy groups say they understand the board's predicament but they hope that a plan for limited in person voting could be achieved in a safe way recommendations are expected to be finalized at a board of elections meeting tomorrow and then sent on to the governor Bruce Allen WTOP news while much of the country has been shut down many national parks remain open but there is mounting pressure to close them at least seven.
"governor larry hogan" Discussed on NBC Meet the Press
"Bernie. Sanders said he'd bring new voters to the polls and vote for him. You got that about half fry stick around back data download time Bernie. Sanders likes to say he is the one candidate who can energize a broad coalition of voters specifically new voters to go to the polls but in the first twelve democratic primary contests for which we have data. We saw a different candidate. Do precisely that Joe by in ten out of the twelve. The vote was up in many places considerably in eight of those ten Biden and in six of the eight one by double digits that includes North Carolina where the vote was up by seventeen percent were biden sanders by nineteen points. South Carolina's vote was up by forty six percent. We're fighting one by twenty nine points. And in Virginia the vote was up by almost seventy percent and Biden Sanders by thirty points and there are few things though states. Have in common the suburban vote and high performance in African American centers compared to the two thousand sixteen Democratic primary voter turnout was up by a lot in many heavily. African American counties places where almost a quarter of the population is black in Madison County. Alabama turnout was up fifty three percent. It was fifty seven percent and Henry County Virginia and in Lancaster County South Carolina. Voter turnout was up. Eighty three percent and then there was the help from voters who used to be reliably Republican. College-educated suburbanites outside major metro areas. They turned out in big numbers and twenty twenty and they did so for job in Charlotte North Carolina Charleston South Carolina and the Washington. Dc suburb of Loudon County. Virginia turn out was way up. Helping Biden win all three states decisively. That's not to say Bernie Sanders. Supporters aren't fired up reliable participants. He can count on in these contests but South. Carolina's Super Tuesday proved that Joe Biden is firing up. Democrats as well and he's reigniting the Obama coalition while he's at it and then the upcoming primary contests his are the types of voters. Were more likely to live and vote in those states when we come back. Endgame looking ahead to Tuesday's six contests what is the Bernie Sanders path to the nomination? Back then gave him the fallout from Super Tuesday That.
"governor larry hogan" Discussed on NBC Meet the Press
"Numbers being where they are. I don't need to have the numbers double because of one ship. That was their fault and it wasn't the fault of the people on the ship either okay. It wasn't influence either. And they're mostly American so I can live either way with. I'd rather have him stay on personally. So the president's referring to the cruise ship that we expect doc on the Port in Oakland there and forty-six people were tested. Twenty one confirmed cases. Thirty five hundred people on that chip. We can all worry about the math on that. He's worried about metrics but he can live either way within so we're okay. You know this president talks on and on about the deep state right. The deep state. That's out to get him well. There is a deep state in Washington. It's called the government. We even have a union for it. It's called the civil service. These are the people who have expertise. These are the people who run agencies these the people who devote their lives to public service when you there is a cost for continually discounting that expertise. There is a cost for continuing appointing people to jobs who are unqualified or just because they're loyalists of throwing people out when they don't say the thing that you want right now. He needs to fall back on what he calls the deep state and he doesn't have it and I and I think there's there's a looming political costs for that. He's been advised. I'm told by people to buy by his allies on Capitol Hill and elsewhere to put public health officials out more as the face of this then the politicians. But we've for example people like Dr g you just had on But so far they still want to make sure that the White House is the face of it led by Vice President Pence Secretaries. Are I think this is a case where nobody out there really? Well okay. They're they're trump supporters out there. Who Want who will listen to the president and the world is not looking for president trump to lead on this because at this point. I think people expect that he's not capable of leading on this. What's really interesting one of the things I learned during the Ebola outbreak of twenty fourteen? Is that the first instinct of any government in the middle of a public. Health crisis is to calm people down and two two under two under underplay it that we saw that in Liberia. Where the first for the first few months they're worried about the economy does people were in denial. You saw that in China at the beginning of this corona virus outbreak. You saw that in other places you seeing still play out in Iran and we've seen that play out in the United States is not until governments except and then go into booby on acceptance and get aggressive that they're able to get this thing controlled and that's the case. That's what we're seeing in. We saw happen in China when they finally got their act together with their rather draconian measures. And that's what you're going to have to see here Halley. How's he going to handle the fact that I mean it was odd yesterday? It was Mike Pence that was doing the presidential meetings industry it was. The president went to his golf club. It and you heard Governor Hogan really. Keep a lot of praise on governor on Vice President Pence Governor Inslee as well the Democrat Action State. The person and president trump turn around and called him a snake in that afternoon at the. Cdc and you also heard Governor Hogan to something interesting. Which was that. The president hasn't been doing at how I've been doing it but everybody else has been doing a good job. There is a separation even the minds of people. Republicans allies. There's a difference the president and everybody else. We do it so naturally. Now look the pressure that said publicly that his grandfather went to mit that he himself has disability comparable and science to to his grandfather. The his uncle's excuse me and so My sense is that he is convinced himself. And that's what we need to understand that. He's got a grasp on this issue and he wants to talk about it It's hard for people around him to convince him. We'll take a step back and led the professionals and the scientists take over this matter. Now you and I were talking about the. We were talking about just before the break what. The Iran hostage crisis was the final year of Carter's presidency. Not His fault. But it's it's a test in real time and this is what this is seems to be. What you guys are talking about right. It's one thing when all the Republicans in Washington to hasten crazy stuff on tax policy or this or that but we've got handled. It's a different thing when the president is out there leading publicly in a crisis like this people are are seeing it in real time. Taking their cues from there is there is a certain capacity for chaos and American voters. Don't like chaos. They don't like uncertainty. The markets don't like it the voters don't like it we don't like it and our daily lives. I'm frankly surprised that the exhaustion from that chaos has been slow in coming as it has in the American public but this does hold the potential if it goes badly to become a kind of Jimmy Carter like scenario where the public just says can't wake up with this anxiety every day. We gotta have some kind of leadership all right when we come back.
"governor larry hogan" Discussed on WMAL 630AM
"Maryland governor Larry Hogan sat down this morning for an interview with politico and was asked what he thought of the impeachment trial of president trump the moderate Republican essentially put a pox on the house for not following the process to call witnesses and on the Senate for not allowing witnesses to be called either well I don't think Congress did their job but the American people will and I act I have more faith in the American people make that decision in November and that's what they're gonna get to do Hogan will appear with the president tonight at a dinner for the national governors association which Hogan leads also new this hour in around the county police have released the name of the alleged gunman who shot two police officers early yesterday as they tried to bring him in for questioning in relation to a murder in Glen Burnie on Wednesday twenty two year old Joseph Willis of Pasadena is charged with first degree murder and attempted first degree murder police will release more information at a news conference this afternoon a red flag loaded authorize local law enforcement to confiscate weapons from those deemed to be dangerous to themselves and others it's close to passage in Virginia but some of those charged with enforcing the law don't want it including Loudon county sheriff Mike Chapman well we always try to do is de escalate situations or when you go in and you start demanding people turn over the firearms is only going to escalate situation and and I think that that adds another danger Chapman tells W. I. males Larry o'connor that law enforcement already has protective orders and other tools in place to keep potential attackers away from potential victims a swath of swastika graffiti another incident that prompted Montgomery County schools to address hate and bias discrimination in any form will not be tolerated Montgomery County schools deputy superintendent Monique that make night sad a new initiative project interrupt will include training students and staff to identify and respond to hate and bias incidents students at silver creek middle school already took action after swastikas were drawn in their school last year they work with the leaders at silver creek middle school to say you know Hey this is what we need in this is what we need from the adults and this is how we think this would be an approach that would be meaningful to our student body had Curtis on WMAL and WMAL dot com you'll be seeing a lot of Mike Bloomberg and its surrogates in the coming days in Virginia political analyst Dr Steven Farnsworth what happened in Virginia seems to matter a lot more than what happened in Michigan in terms of the attention that reporters of give the state and so if we can do well in Virginia Bloomberg can count on a on a lot of media coverage of that fact at this hour the Dow is down two hundred ten points the nasdaq off sixty one up next traffic and weather if.
"governor larry hogan" Discussed on WMAL 630AM
"Governor Larry HOGAN in New Hampshire today and a politics and eggs breakfast. A political event that it's considered a must stop for presidential hopefuls governor HOGAN may not be officially running. But sounded like a candidate neither side really wants to make progress. They just wanna make demands and win arguments. That's not governing. That's just political theater. Hogan's speaking in Manchester, New Hampshire and most Americans are sick and tired of all that drama, HOGAN, adding hill work with anyone who wants to do the people's business. Barbara WMA L and Wm AL dot com while democratic presidential candidate. Bernie Sanders says felon such as the Boston marathon bomber and people convicted of sexual assault should be able to vote while in prison. Sanders says the right to vote is quote inherent to our democracy and should be and should apply. Quote, even for. Terrible people. Former vice president Joe Biden will reportedly launch his twenty twenty presidential campaign on Thursday. That is according to the Associated Press the two brothers who are initially arrested in connection with an alleged assault on jussie small. Let's have sued two of the empire actors attorneys claiming defamation their attorney Gloria Schmidt announced the suit at a news conference in Chicago. The Chicago in brothers told the truth. They could have remained silent. But instead they told the truth to the police and with their right hand in the air. They told the truth to the grand jury..
"governor larry hogan" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM
"Governor Larry HOGAN easily wins a second term over democrat. Ben jealous to become only the second Republican to win two terms in Maryland's history. First district congressman Andy Harris, again becomes the only Republican to represent Maryland. And congress number grad, Ben Cardin, cruises to a third term of the US Senate democrat Brian frost likewise in the race for attorney general Peter French show the same for controller Democrats also hold onto their super majorities in the house and Senate. Meaning they still have the votes to override vetos by governor HOGAN, the GOP did win the eastern shore of Senator Jim Mathias and the Baltimore County seat. Vacated by Senator Jim broke him, the two most conservative Democrats in that chamber. But Republicans Senator Gail Bates was trailing democrat. Katie fry Hester by one hundred and fifty. Four votes, and they district spanning Howard and Carroll counties with all precincts reporting democrat incumbent Kathy Claus Meyer appeared to fend off a challenge by delegate Christian Meili who had been strongly endorsed by governor HOGAN and the Republican effort to beat Senator Ron young and Frederick fell far short. Democrats also victorious in key county executive races winning in Randall county, Baltimore County and Howard county in other news. The head of the Prince George's county permiting department retires a bit a probe into construction flaws that the MGM national harbor resort or a six year old girl was electrocuted. The Kelly is working with the FBI to determine the possibility of corruption and whether corners were cut to speed up the N GM's opening I'm look at sports coming up in a moment. Have you ever felt the frustration of trying to describe to someone a very complicated experience? Then after a time simply throwing up a hand and saying you just had to be there. Hi, I'm Joe Cordell for the law firm Cordell and Cordell divorce is a lot like that. Especially for men words just won't provide the full picture, but neither will walking away, especially when your experiences might help a guy in a similar situation. If I did not believe that I would not have chosen divorce laws. My profession might have horse was years ago. But I still feel a.
"governor larry hogan" Discussed on WGIR-AM
"Campaign financing but money laundering and some other things anyway it's it's another issue let's let's go to scott in in racers town scott welcome to the show hello tom in fact for having me on i i'm very upset about the red maryland article that they had on about pat mcdonald they were talking about him in our red moore and i think it was 'nother totally focus article by red maryland scott just for the record i have not i i live in baltimore city not baltimore county so i don't really follow the political machinations to your real short they called him a doofus called he was not worthy of even holding the the office in in so many words you're talking to pat is not the pat is nice you're saying the pet which one is not is a doofus is they're saying pat mcdonagh is yes that's what they were saying about pathak dalla who has actually it was his leadership reverse the rain tax in along with governor larry hogan got that bush loose whether whether he is or not i like pat a lot because obviously his show isn't right before this one but the other part of it is the fact that matter is that if no matter what someone else might think the people in dundalk which his his his district they like him a lot and they're the ones that really matter you know some record record people voting for him so he has he had a lot of support even in this congressional run which pat new this battle i couldn't tell if i was here at ppac with myself or not foot but you know he knows phil battle but he wanted to go out there and then he wanted the tempted he wasn't sure how the size of political side was exactly and we saw what happened with donald trump they thought that hillary was gonna win that's what everybody project you pass faucets possibly there might be that kind of change in congress and i would have really liked to seen pat win the the congressional run but he was also building up towards the county yeah i i i don't wanna put words in pats mouth but i i've always felt that again please understand i don't get into politics like this i talk about it but i but i like patterson individuals because i see him on the show.
"governor larry hogan" Discussed on 1410 WDOV
"The contemporary needs of our society and i think what baltimore did what marilyn dili is appropriate but we will not avoid history and we certainly want to learn from this by did there is a prominent democratic lawmaker in maryland a democrat who leaves the state senate he was arguing in a letter governor larry hogan this past week that the addition of a statue is the appropriate way to go and he suggested the late justice thurgood marshall and he made the argument the following way a very public unpurposeful compromise to get balanced the state house grounds recognising our state in our country have a flawed history what's wrong with that argument when you can see senator learning about all of our complex american history senator well i i want our i want our young people to learn from all parts of our history and maryland we have an tina battlefield which is a place where i hope people will go and visit and learn from the tragic history of our civil war we had the harry tubman national park where people can go and learn about the underground railroad we have places in maryland that i think are critically important to learn the good bad and ugly about a america's history and our pay up towards our democratic society you don't need to have a monument that's offensive to certain parts of our history being glorified in order to fully appreciate the hyst mike or miller's making the case we need more in minutes well you know we have lots of monuments that people for rarely visit i think the important point is a let's find a fact of ways so people can understand the struggles of america and again i point out the hurry a tubman national park it's a wonderful place to visit i'm going to be there later today all right enjoy your visit there senator really appreciate your time that it thank you ben card the democrat from bank you thank you for being here in a moment will bring back our panel to talk about the president after virginia what does he say now did he missed a chance to bring the country together we'll get to all that the moment plus what would you like to talk to the panel about go to facebook or twitter at fox new sunday and we just might use your question on the air.