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New York - NJ Gov. Murphy discourages non-essential out-of-state travel
"Has covered cases keep rising. The governor is suggesting new restrictions may be needed. If we get a Corona by research from all of the Thanksgiving travel in gatherings, Governor Murphy is telling Jersey residents to not travel out of state for Christmas. And on Lee celebrate with immediate family members. When you have your dinner at home it make sure it's single digits. It's not fun for anybody. All that stinks. But unfortunately that's the reality we're in, He says. There is a light at the end of the tunnel with to covet vaccines about to be
As Thanksgiving Weekend Ends, Gov. Murphy Expects Same COVID-19 Travel Recommendations For Christmas
"With Christmas approaching New Jersey Governor Murphy is urging residents not to travel out of state unless they have to as K bar double use. Mike DiNardo reports the state is working to slow the second wave of coronavirus 70. Murphy's top health officials say it's too soon to know whether Thanksgiving caused a covert surge. But he said said people people in in New New Jersey Jersey should should not not travel travel out out of of state state unless unless it's it's essential, essential, he he said said commuting commuting to to Pennsylvania Pennsylvania or or Delaware Delaware is is allowed. allowed. The The spirit spirit of of this this is is You're You're going going for for a a reason reason that's real and you're in and out the same day. Anyone leaving the region or visitors arriving from out of state should quarantine for 14 days, he said. Murphy said he realizes the coronavirus rules at Christmas time will be difficulty. Grinch Times. Five. Don't TRAVEL, You gotta stay six weeks away from Santa Saying there's gonna wear a face covering, you gotta wear face covering when you have your dinner at home and make sure it's single digits. All that's thinks, but unfortunately, that's the reality we're in. Murphy says Thanksgiving spike in cases could lead him to tighten the state's restrictions. Like Denard. Okay, whatever the news radio
New Jersey to halt indoor sports, cap outside gatherings
"On school sports and outdoor gatherings. WCBS reporter Steve Burns has more New Jersey is still in a far better place than where it was in the spring, says Governor Murphy and another state wide shutdown isn't coming anytime soon. Those rumors whether told to you by a friend or posted on social media are just that. Rumors, but there are more surgical steps to be taken, he says Among them is shutting down indoor sports starting this coming weekend. The only exceptions are for collegiate level and professional teams. The pause last until January. Outdoor gatherings will also be limited to 25 people. Starting next week. Murphy's leaving decisions on schools mostly up to individual district's. I do not anticipate is abroad. Statewide matter schools are going to close in New Jersey. He is encouraging districts to maintain in person learning if it's possible. Steve Burns.
New restrictions in Santa Clara force 49ers to practice and play elsewhere
"Look at. What's going on with the san francisco. Forty niners all right. They're not san francisco there. Santa clara and santa clara county has decided in their infinite wisdom out there in california where you know they get hit with coconuts on the head. I think that they're no longer going to allow contact. Sports take place over the next three weeks which includes two forty nine or home games which also includes them practicing now. The forty niners had no idea about this until they landed in l. a. to play the rams yesterday and by the way. The rams did that call shannon's pretty good coat. I can't figure those rams out. Nick mullins man we're team what's diaz Deebo samuel samya so anyway day now are nomad team. And i think they're probably going to go to arizona to be able to go into their own separate bubble now because of santa clara county who they don't really get along with anyway because there's arguments over the stadium and who's paying what and everything else idiots okay the. Nfl is controlling this whole thing which they have. No no no no no no no no. We're talking about can't control even finish my sentence if the nfl is controlling the whole covid situation. And they've got their own protocols and everything else why the hell does the county have to come in and stop this thing because they're moroney politicians that's why don't you understand way to make it difficult for the team that is trying to play games. During season pay taxes in your county withdrew its players and through. Whatever else means. They're making any sort of money so california. What's the advantage here for these. These moron politicians that you say got hit in the head with coconuts i have. I have no idea what the advantage is gonna be seinfeld. I don't live in california. it's the most beautiful state in the union. And it's run by a bunch of morons. But i have no idea what the tell you. Why would they do. Why i guess you know. And there's also friction between the team and the county and i know why they're there. I understand why they're doing it because they want to stem the tide of the virus. Meanwhile the virus has been growing out there like crazy no matter what they do. Why is there friction between an nfl team in the county because of the money that i'm sure the county has to pay to the nfl team. In order to build a stadium there. I know that hamilton county. Cincinnati hamilton county and cincinnati. Gave the bengals everything they wanted to stay in cincinnati. If you remember. Mike brown the owner of the bengals visited baltimore before the browns visited baltimore to kind of like shake things up in the county that is hamilton county cincinnati. You know the kind of leverage the ability to move to another city to get what they wanted from the city of cincinnati or the county of hamilton. And if you remember santa clara county was being used against san francisco candlestick park was and everything else in the leverage and where we move into and all this other stuff and county politics and it's tax subsidies for billionaires which socks i understand that but they built the stadium i feel is gonna tell pro football team. Who has a yen that they have to play under these strict protocols that they can't play in their own stadium. Because you're just being putz a yeah. I don't think this is gonna stick. I bet you we get some news in the next couple of days and they change their mind on this. That's what i call shanahan. Basically look we we get la and the first question that is being asked of me by sixty men on my team are what are we doing. I got families. We got families in santa clara. We got we lived there. Were you know we should we. We moving somewhere going somewhere for the month of december by the way the month december. What does it include christmas. I mean so. This is like they're gonna change takes up. They're going to change. It doesn't make any sense either the fact that. There's no other reason for them to be doing this. And how do you think they're going to change. Clara county felt last year when their san francisco forty niners will come to the super bowl probably rolling in it. They loved it right. Oh my goodness politicians put on there. george kittle jerseys. And they were all touching each other at cutler. Couldn't wait to go to games or couldn't wait to be seen. They couldn't wait to all the crap but now now here you are a year later and now you would've thought they would. They would come out with something that said. Look if you are. If you're protecting high schools and colleges all right. i understand that you know. Those players do not have unions protecting their back by wednesday. It'll be done. you think so. Just like that someone's gotta gotta wipe it away it's gonna wipe it away this enough of this so bad i what happens if governor murphy does that the jets and the giants not gonna this. This thing is not going to go or or governor cuomo decides to issue a decree says the buffalo bills can't play football in the same right. He's not doing all really he's not doing it. He's not doing at governor. Murphy's not doing it in the santa clara things not going to happen. Watch watch by wednesday. It'll be over. Maybe by today is just too stupid. There's certain things are stupid. They just can't survive really can't it's got no likes. Maybe we're stupid. We're not stupid makes no sense. This thing is so stupid. it's got no legs now. If you would've told me it goes nano. Legs guys got legs. It has no last legs. If you wanna told me there was a legitimate reason why they were doing this. Outside of their own pettiness. They are trying to style the virus. This is not going to single handedly. Defeat corona virus. If they go practice arizona go go tell. A politician was to tell you how to live. Your life have what to do how they're going to get rid of this. They're going to do it. They've been they've california's been shut down literally since the beginning of all this and they still have rising cases so what could is the shutdown doing. Yeah i mean it doesn't seem like it's working. I just think that this is the forty niners. Somebody's jerry rice gonna make a phone call somebody who send just signed helmet reverse happening. Remember when the blasi was getting involved. With steve cohen. All took a little bit of this little fourteen. You need over here. You want this thing to be. Take this that that's all it's going to be someone. Call up joe montana jerry. Rice somebody will call up. And then they'll pay seventy eight is a pay off your right yeah yeah yes bloodsucking criminal. This is what you get that. That's what happened. It always happens that way.
Gov. Cuomo wants to keep schools open
"Future isn't entirely clear for schools in New York and New Jersey, following the Thanksgiving break, WCBS reporter Steve Berg even as the covert numbers rise, governor Cuomo has remained adamant school should stay open. Given their lower transmission rates. It has to be a level of testing that the local school district's can provide for a prolonged period of time. His rules require schools in orange and red zones to test 25% of students and staff every week. Some district say that just isn't possible. Right now. The resource is aren't there and the state has not provided resource is they haven't provided funding. There is an orange zone over Port Chester, where school superintendent Dr Edward Clich is said in a recent Board of education meeting that they need to stay all remote through the end of the year. I just can't see at this point testing 1000 people $5100 a person. Every even could do it and spending that kind of money on something that's so tenuous. In New Jersey Governor Murphy's taking the opposite approach from Governor Cuomo. Murphy's guidelines now say, every district should consider going all remote. They'd be forced to go remote if number show even more spread.
New Jersey Coronavirus: New Restrictions Take Effect For Outdoor Gatherings, New York
"In New Jersey Governor Murphy did not impose any new restrictions over the weekend, He did sign an executive order extending the state's public health emergency. It was the ninth time he's done that And today is ordered to limit outdoor gatherings to 150 people takes
The icy challenge ahead for COVID-19 vaccine distributors
"Of the big news stories this morning. Its shares are up. It's filing with the FDA for emergency covert vaccine approval. Maternal be next They've come up with these Vaccines in a matter of months, But the challenge now is how to distribute them. WCBS reporter Peter Haskell has that story. Creating the vaccine might turn out to be the easy part. But there are huge challenges ahead of us after Lena Winn teach his public health in George Washington. She's his distributing the vaccine comes next, then convincing people to get it. I think that this is a Herculean task. But that it needs to be tried praying. Granule. Lottie is president of Atlantic Health. He's on Governor Murphy's advisory committee. Healthcare workers will go first. But what about the rest of us? I honestly think that that's going to probably be in the early on late spring cringe, Alani says They do want to deal with equity issues. Your
New Jersey colleges, universities urged to provide COVID-19 testing before students leave for Thanksgiving
"Jersey has been seeing a spike in covert 19 cases. As of right now, the positivity rate is hovering close to 11%. With thousands of positive tests per day. WCBS reporter Kevin Rincon has a look at some new warnings from the governor. Ahead of Thanksgiving. The first Coben 19 case was reported back on March 4th on Tuesday, New Jersey added more than 4000 cases. There is no way to sugarcoat any of these numbers. They're not good and their trendy worse. Governor Murphy is encouraging people stay home this Thanksgiving. A large family Thanksgiving gathering, particularly among different age groups, runs the risk. Of turning the dinner table into a covert hot spot. The quartz, heedless of others abandoned this so long, the governor says They'd rather you stay home and not go anywhere right now. As a region, governors from several states also band together to put new guidance out on college students coming back we are is a group urging all of our colleges and universities. To make covert testing available to all residential students before they leave for Thanksgiving break, he says. Anyone that does test positive should stay where they are for two weeks before heading home. In New Jersey. Kevin Rinko WCBS news radio 80
New Jersey Coronavirus Update: 4,000 new COVID cases
"More than 4000 new covert 19 cases reported today in New Jersey. 38 additional deaths, New Jersey has had more than 4000 new cases in three of the last four days. Governor Murphy. It goes without saying that we're continuing to do everything we possibly can to push back against the current covet 19 pandemic in this second wave and to save every life we possibly can. Especially as they say now that the second wave is crashing. Around does positivity rate in New Jersey 9.4%. A month ago, it was
Philadelphia - New Jersey Limiting Number Of People At Indoor, Outdoor Gatherings
"News radio. They're also record high numbers in New Jersey and so new restrictions on indoor and outdoor gatherings are being implemented. Calvin Murphy says indoor gatherings will be limited to 10 people down from 25, or exceptions, weddings, funerals, religious services and performances. Those can continue a 25% capacity with no more, though, than 150 people at a time and endorse sports can exceed the 10% limit. But that on Lee includes players and personnel, No Spectators. Out door gathering limits will also be pulled back from the current 500 down to 150. That starts Monday. Governor Murphy knows this will likely change some holiday plans. And he's urging everyone to keep their Thanksgiving plans as small as possible or the gathering is, the less likely it is that someone is infected and puts their loved ones at risk, he says. Indoor gatherings and homes are particularly
COVID In New Jersey: Gov. Murphy Announces New Restrictions For Indoor And Outdoor Gatherings As State’s Cases Soar
"Kramer Kramer has has more more on on the the Garden Garden state's state's new new restrictions restrictions on on indoor indoor and and outdoor outdoor gatherings. gatherings. It It does does not not give give me me or or any any of of us us any any pleasure pleasure to to institute institute these these restrictions. restrictions. Governor Governor Murphy Murphy says. There's no other choice but the state seeing more than 14,500 new cases over the last four days, That's 5% of the total number of cases. Since the pandemic began. So today I'm signing an executive order to reduce indoor gathering limits to no more than 10 persons That's down from 25 persons. Exemptions include weddings, funerals, religious services and performances. Those can continue a 25% capacity with no more than 150 people at any time. Indoor sports can also exceed the 10 person limit, but that only includes players and personnel. No Spectators like Wasps. Out door. Gathering limits will also be pulled back from the current 500 down to 150 that starts Monday of next week. Governor Fi knows this will likely change some holiday plans, something he encourages, were urging everybody. Keep their Thanksgiving plants as small as possible. Andrew Kramer care whatever you news radio back here in the Commonwealth, Laura Mary in
New Jersey to impose new coronavirus restrictions on indoor, outdoor gatherings as case count surges
"Number of new coronavirus cases over the weekend, and now Governor Murphy is clamping down again. Ordering new limits on indoor and outdoor gatherings. WCBS reporter Steve Burns has been following the news out of New Jersey and he joins us now, Steve, tell us first. What are these new limits? Hey, Linda. The headline on these new rules is the indoor gathering limit had been 25. It'll be 10 going into effect tomorrow outdoors. You still have a little more time. The limits going down from 500 to 150, effective a week from today, So Governor, Murphy said anything planned for this weekend can still go on. Get a sense of the desperation of the situation here. Governor Murphy spent most of last month saying there's nothing more you can really do right now to slow the spread that policing indoor gatherings was really difficult. But here we are setting new records on case counts, and he said something had to be done. But there are
Some states impose new restrictions as U.S. tops 11 million COVID cases
"Record record high high coronavirus coronavirus numbers numbers lately. lately. So So Kim Kim wannabes wannabes Andrew Andrew Kramer Kramer reports reports new new restrictions restrictions on on indoor and outdoor gatherings have been announced today. It does not give me or any of us any pleasure. Institute these restrictions, Governor Murphy says there's no other choice with the state seeing more than 14,500 new cases over the last four days. That's 5% of the total number of cases since the pandemic began. So today I'm signing an executive order to reduce indoor gathering limits to Nome or In 10 persons that's down from 25 persons. Exemptions include weddings, funerals, religious services and performances. Those can continue a 25% capacity with no more than 150 people at any time. Indoor sports can also exceed the 10 person limit, but that only includes players and personnel. No Spectators like watch out door gathering limits will also be pulled back. From the current 500 down to 150 that starts Monday of next week. Governor Murphy knows this will likely change some holiday plans. Something he encourages, were urging everybody. To keep their Thanksgiving plants as small as possible. Andrew Kramer care whatever you news radio it's
New York - N.J. sets another record with 4,540 positive COVID-19 tests
"New Jersey hit a record number of new daily cases yesterday. 4540 the positivity rate more than 8% governor, Murphy says, these numbers are alarming. We must redouble our efforts and crush the curve like we did last spring. Our lives literally depend on it. Governors. Murphy and Cuomo and Lamont of Connecticut yesterday held a meeting on a regional response to the nation's soaring corona
New York - NJ Restaurant and Bar Restrictions Forces Early Closings
"The number of covert case is rising in New Jersey right now restaurants around the garden state. Have some new restrictions for customers eating inside. There won't be a wholesale closings, but there will be terrorist trick. Shin's governor Murphy's has endured dining will close his 10 P.m., and you can belly up to the bar. We've seen that if you sit in a bar There's a much higher likelihood of a transmission Tim McClellan on seven restaurants, his 6 FT separation rule would be waived. If there are barriers between table. We have plaster partitions in the number of our places, but we would get more of the McLaren is concerned Cold weather will spell doom for many places. Peter has scolded you City as news radio in the city.
New Jersey Gov. Murphy Announces Indoor Dining Restrictions, New York
"Starting this Thursday, all restaurants and bars in New Jersey will have to cut off indoor dining rooms at 10 o'clock each night. That's one of the new restrictions. Governor Murphy announced today as Cove in 19 cases and hospitalizations rise in the state and governor Phil Murphy spoke with our Michael Wallace right here on WCBS 80 last hour, so why cut back on indoor dining again? Well, we're not cutting back on endure dining at your table that that's still going to be fine and outdoor dining and take out services. They are untouched what we are doing, and this is in response to clear data that Tells us this is the right step is we're cutting out seated bar seating s O at the bar. And secondly, we got a lot of evidence around the state that folks are letting their hair down as the night wears on. And we're putting a 10 o'clock curtains down on indoor dining at that point. We're also on the other side, Allowing restaurants toe put more tables in a cz long as they've got barrier, so we're trying to compensate for that. But that's those air steps taken that were taken based on the The public health data and God willing, will help us fight some numbers that are going the wrong direction. As you know, Governor restaurants have been among the hardest hit businesses during the pandemic. What do you say to those owners who today or Throwing up their hands again and saying Why us? Listen. Why? As I got nothing but sympathy for these folks and and that's another reason why we need federal stimulus because restaurants in the hospitality sector Would be a huge beneficiary of that. We've done Ah, whole lot already at the state level, but no states got the amount of money that we need T fill this gap. And by the way, indoor dining is still continuing. No restrictions on outdoor or take out, So I'm not suggesting that that means it's any kind of nirvana because these folks have been crushed. But we are you know, allowing most of what's going on to continue and that that is my hope that it will stay that way. Are
More Than 2,000 Inmates Released Early From New Jersey State Prisons In Effort To Prevent COVID Spread, New York
"2000 inmates released from New Jersey State prisons yesterday, not an order signed by governor Murphy, who said it was needed to contain the spread of the Corona virus. Republican minority leader, Assemblyman John Remnick, accused Murphy of Ah rushed political move. Throughout the day. Freed prisoners were dropped off in waves a transit hubs in Newark Penn Station on the train in transit center. A law signed by Governor Murphy knocked up to eight months of sentences and excludes those convicted of murder, aggravated sexual assault and repeated sex offenders.
New York - New Jersey poised to legalize marijuana
"The Frog said. It's not easy being green. We're about to find out if Kermit the Frog was right, New Jersey's become a green state the 11th in America to say it's okay if an adult wants to light up or vapor eat a plant that has been villainized by the alcohol lobby ever since Prohibition, with great success, but at the expense of social justice, the legalization Recreational cannabis raises many questions about when how, where, and what happens to the records of all those who've been convicted of what is now okay. Sean Adams is here this morning on this story. Sean. Good morning. How overwhelming is this green wave in the garden state? You are not all the votes are counted, but it looks like about 67% of New Jersey voters said Yes, the legalizing recreational pot for adults. 21 polls have been pointing in that direction for some time. As New Jersey grapples with a covert inflicted budget black hole. There's a tremendous monetary incentive here. But for Governor Murphy, the motivation he claims is different. I get there because of social justice I inherited A state that had the widest white non white gap. The person's incarcerated in America, and the biggest reason was low and drug crimes. So this will go a long way toward a better a better reality. In that respect. Now lawmakers still have to make this legal They have to consider a decriminalization bill. Then lawmakers in the commission they have to. They have to get to work on a lot of the nitty gritty the rules and regulations for Cultivation, testing, distribution taxation. We should also note that there might be a domino affect you in the Northeast. This could put a lot of pressure on a couple of other states, Pennsylvania and New York. Especially in New York because there's there's a lot of tax money at stake here, and there could be a massive loss for New York tax dollars going right across the bridge and tunnels
"governor murphy" Discussed on 10 10 WINS
"Meantime governor Murphy one business operators and their customers today it's all well and good to re open but he says we still don't want to do certain things too fast for fear that we could end up back where we started three months ago remember locked in the house we have live this already folks we don't want to go living it again we've gone through hell please let's not go back through it in my job frankly is not to worry about the next headline or frankly the next election it's about keeping that rate of transmission down it's about saving every single life that we could save together you know New Jersey marked a hundred days today since its first confirm Colbert nineteen case this happened on March fourth two days after a thirty two year old physician's assistant walked into Hackensack with symptoms well there are two streets at fort Hamilton in Brooklyn named for Confederate generals Robert E. Lee and Stonewall Jackson well to members of Congress would like for that to no longer be the case congressman Max rose a member of the National Guard in an Afghanistan war veteran says it simply doesn't make any sense the rebels we should be honoring these traders we should win the card down on these races and then all the true American heroes rose and congresswoman Yvette Clark have said as much in a letter to defense secretary mark esper suggesting the streets be name for African American heroes perhaps someone from Brooklyn the push for change is also underway in DC tonight GOP led Senate panel has approved a plan to remove the names of Confederate figures from military bases the panel's okayed a plan from democratic senator Elizabeth Warren forcing the Pentagon to remove the names within three years house panel is expected to follow suit president trump has vowed not to change names like Fort Bragg and Fort Hood he seems to be the only person left who doesn't get it house speaker Nancy Pelosi is also demanding statues of Confederates like Jefferson Davis be removed from the capitol it's up to states though to determine which of their historical figures to display their Sager make ani Washington and made a Bosnia says the NYPD has launched its own investigation into the case of a Bronx teenager left bloodied and beaten after being arrested during a protest last week but Jamaal leaks is family says that's just not good enough Janelle's mother daisy Acevedo standing outside the Bronx DA's office demanding justice I'm not just whatever you call the photo showed him out with a taser Marcon bruise on his face after police sub due to him during a demonstration on Fordham road June first civil rights leader and Reverend Kevin McCall he was standing on the side and this office is just came out of nowhere just started attacking police with a different story they say the teen was caught on video try to set a rubbish fire and entering and exiting a looted store which is defenders say sold approved minutes so this is all the time we got video showed me meanwhile the Bronx DA's investigating the family's allegations Roger stern ten ten wins in the Bronx kind of a muggy day to day but it gets nicer as the night progresses here accu weather's is clearing and becoming more comfortable with a low of sixty eight the model starts.
"governor murphy" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880
"Governor Murphy's just waitin bristling saying we can't have towns being cavalier about re opening their indoor dining number two New York City congressional members calling on the military to rename streets honoring Confederate generals that are at fort Hamilton in Brooklyn number three stocks are cratering today on fears of a second wave of coronavirus cases some states are re opening the Dow was down fifteen hundred points right now governor Cuomo isn't getting is any indication of when nursing home visits will be allowed to get a New York set of answering the question he talked about his own experience today I haven't seen my mother since this started I'm very close to my mother I haven't seen her in over one hundred thanks well I wanna go to my mother yeah why haven't I because I love my mother and I could get her sick while wearing masks I could still get her sick I'm not seeing my mother because I love her that's why I'm not seeing her well people want to see their mother I want to see my mother but I don't want to hurt my mother and when the health professional says it's safe for me to see my mother I will see my mother governor Cuomo their nursing home visitations have been banned in New York since March it's one forty seven and we have a medical first involving a former covert nineteen patient doctors at Northwestern University say they've performed a double lung transplant out of former covert nineteen patient first for the U. S. The Washington Post reports the patient is a woman in her twenties who probably would not have survived without the operation and had two previous months on heart and lung machines doctors say she had been on immuno suppressant medication for previously existing condition when she caught the virus that only made her condition worse she's recovering in intensive care Peter king CBS news a little piece of history is no more than Manhattan Manhattan's oldest record store has gone out of business the record March in the Times Square subway station is the latest victim of the coronavirus the shop originally opened in nineteen fifty eight inside the Union Square station it moved to Times Square in two thousand seven now closing up one forty eight W. CBS news time traffic and weather together now sponsored by DuckDuckGo privacy let's see if we have any news right now from Jim Feldman you're on route seven Paul both directions you're going counter delays on the weekend bridge that's because of ongoing road work westbound delays are actually going back to Charlotte circle right now also watch for construction north everyone a nine year Shaler Boulevard in Richfield both directions of I. two eighty anywhere between exit four and exit sixteen they'll be doing roping construction throughout the day so you might have a lane blocked with that Westchester county watch for slowdowns if traveling on the Bronx river parkway north down at the split with the spring the ramp to continue on the Bronx river still closed with the ongoing road work you get no trouble on the Tappan Zee bridge as of right now in Connecticut you do have delays on the Merritt parkway northbound from exit forty two to forty four ongoing road work there so far a smooth ride in either direction of I ninety five between Greenwich and Bridgeport if you're on Long Island you have eastbound delays now on the L. E. as you're getting past Glen cove road as you're approaching post road looks to be some road work there southern state is moving well northern state to say for the secret Oyster Bay expressway the Sanchi goes in Suffolk County that is also a nice ride to Harlem river drive south bound some delays getting of the R. F. K. it is worse though northbound on the FDR bumper to bumper from the eighties all the way up to the arctic trouble abridged through all of that road work group of about a hundred fifty protesters marching south on Fifth Avenue now through the seventies so watch for temporary street closures and if you're heading into Brooklyn definitely avoid the Brooklyn Bridge you've got heavy delays across today exiting a cabin plaza and it's also starting to slow down now on the Manhattan bridge extravagantly less than ten minutes away and WCBS Bob.
"governor murphy" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060
"Governor Murphy has a three phase plan for businesses and activities to reopen but he's not saying how quickly those stages will unfold cable I W's Mike denardo reports governor Murphy outlined a three stage plan to lift restrictions imposed to slow the spread of the corona virus he says New Jersey is in stage one right now which permits low risk outdoor activities stage two would allow some indoor dining and stage three would permit limited gatherings with appropriate safeguards Murphy said the state would move deliberately through the stages based on data he said the data showed a slowing of the spread of the virus so he was issuing an executive order allowing batting cages golf ranges and tennis clubs to re open a Camden County Jim Attila's gym in Belmar defied the governor's order and re opened the state police superintendent said local police issued the owners a summons and gave worn things to patrons Murphy said his order would have to be enforced but he didn't want to start World War three I'm not overly concerned right now that we're going to have the reality that you're referring to with different towns doing different things Mike denardo KYW newsradio Philadelphia officials continue to report progress in the fight against covert nineteen but are pleading with residents not to go down the shore this weekend K. Y. W. city hall bureau chief Pat Loeb reports don't go to the beach health commissioner Tom Farley says he recognizes that Memorial Day weekend at the shore may be a lifelong tradition but he says this year that's not smart let's wait until the case because a lower court to be safer Farley reported there were three hundred fifty seven new cases over the last two days he says that's a good sign he adds some preliminary data shows Philadelphians are by and large abiding by stay at home roles and as for those who don't mayor Kenney suggests they watch band of brothers to be reminded of what it's like to pull together for the greater good I really don't see that same kind of perseverance and the generations today inside the state the mayor's revised budget got some scrutiny as city council began budget hearings chief of staff Jim angler told council more than four hundred people will be laid off in the first round of cuts taking effect June first Pat Loeb KYW newsradio some sharp words were exchanged between commissioners during the Montgomery County coronavirus briefing K. bottle use into Kramer tells us what it was over after Montgomery County commissioner Val Arkush gave her daily updates yes if anyone else wanted to comment commissioner Joe gale jumped in to talk about his weekend where he distributed American flags to people to put on veterans graves it's a tradition our crews had postponed until later this year Gail doing it anyway wasn't the only thing that bothered her he did not have a mask on he was personally handing me a number of individuals who are older age and at highest risk the serious complications from co that now nineteen he was personally handing them science she says Gail should also be in quarantine right now because he was exposed to commissioner Ken Lawrence we learned last week tested positive for corona virus scale then take these comments lightly Mr Arkush you can man okay made all you want I'm not going to sit here and be Bali for honoring fallen that better if I'm not already with the mask ending the mass bowling and creating masters he says he was in the open era didn't think a mask was needed the briefing ended right after Gayle's response Andrew Kramer KYW newsradio police are trying to figure out who spray painted swastikas in center city Sunday morning one was at a newsstand at nineteenth and market two were painted on pillars near twentieth and market and another one on a vacant building near twenty third and market commissioner Danielle outlaw calls this heinous in says acts of hate are not tolerated in Philadelphia police want you to call them if you have any information let's say you just bought a house bad.
"governor murphy" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880
"Governor Murphy is concerned I tried to return to normal life too soon in the tri state is a recipe for a second wave of coronavirus and three British prime minister Boris Johnson has been discharged from hospital after spending a week and then three nights in the I see you he sent a message of gratitude to England on Twitter it's hard to find words to express my dad's book before I come to that I want to thank everyone in the entire U. K. the effort and the sacrifice you have made and are making Johnson will recover at his country home and will not immediately returned to Downing Street over ten thousand people in the UK have died from corona virus so far the coronavirus lockdown has created an unexpected surprise for political pollsters more people have been answering their calls and talking longer the hill interviewed more than six top American political posters all of them say it since people are locked inside and board their calls are a welcome distraction one poster says he has doubled his calls and a number of minutes per conversation is also increasing more young people are also responding to polling as well the number of cases continues to rise on a U. S. naval ship docked in Guam let's get more for CBS news correspondent Matt Piper the U. S. navy this weekend confirming one hundred three new cases of the coronavirus on board the USS Theodore Roosevelt bringing the nuclear powered aircraft carriers positive cases to at least five hundred fifty that is more than ten percent of the nearly five thousand person crew the ship's outbreak has been in the spotlight since captain Brad crozier sent a memo pleading for help before being fired leading the acting secretary of the navy residing in response kosher sent a memo to more than twenty people want only dozens on board the ship had tested positive for the virus Matt Piper CBS news W. CBS news time MSN forty eight let's check the forecast a powerful storm system moved again will bring us a rough weather day tomorrow at the head of the through this evening were quiet but winds will increase as it turns cloudy tonight and rain will spread over the area after bill died coming heavy toward daybreak will be fifty four then tomorrow we'll have rain heavy at times and strong winds which will gust over fifty miles an hour times even sixty to seventy miles an hour along the coast like to see some tree and power line damage and there's potential for some flooding due to the heavy rain also there be an embedded thunderstorms and any storm could be severe with locally damaging winds even the potential for an isolated tornado will be on the warm side of the storm with high sixty eight then clearing turning colder the gusty wind tomorrow night will be forty six breezy and cool with a mix of clouds and sun on Tuesday high will be near sixty Tuesday will be mostly cloudy chilly with a couple of showers around mainly early I'll be there fifty clouds on I. fifty four Thursday right now fifty degrees cloudy skies W. CBS news time is ten forty nine with coronavirus impacting low income areas the hardest there are calls in the city to create an emergency fund to help people put their loved ones to rest here's the B. C. B. S. S. D. burns in the epicenter of the epicenter there is not one funeral home in my district it is not packed to capacity city council member Francisco Moya says the toll this virus has wrought in Elmhurst and corona is unimaginable the majority of people that are dying or poor or working class one documented that many are suffering one last tragedy not enough money for a proper burial or cremation of their loved one Moyer is calling for an emergency fund.
"governor murphy" Discussed on 10 10 WINS
"Okay transit notes as for governor Murphy all transit riders in New Jersey are required to wear a face covering that is New Jersey transit trains buses and light rail as well as any private carriers Sunday parking rules for tomorrow on Russ Meyer and exports at five thirty one on ten ten wins the mayor says remote learning will continue through the end of the school year but the governor says he hasn't made that decision well New York City kids be returning to their classrooms this school year well it depends on who you ask mayor de Blasio says no announced today that the New York City public schools will remain closed for the remainder of this school year what about two hours after making that announcement governor Cuomo made this clear he didn't close them and you can open them the mayor's press secretary immediately responded on Twitter declaring quote schools will remain closed adding that they wanted parents and teachers to have certainty as early as possible and think about those kids who are grieving right now who's lost a grandparent or aunt or uncle we want to help them through that we want to support them Cuomo says the decision to reopen schools must be done as a region we may do that but we're going to do in a coordinated sense with the other localities Derrius Rodgers ten ten wins at city hall now the governor in his latest briefing taking a look at the state number says the rates of hospital and intensive care admission are dropping slightly too many people are still the number of lives lost seven hundred eighty three yesterday that is not an all time high and you can see that the numbers somewhat a stabilizing but it is stabilizing AD and horrific rage the state now has a total of more than eighty six hundred deaths Wednesday's time five twenty four in New Jersey governor Phil Murphy says he signed an executive order requiring all public transportation trains buses vehicles to reduce their capacity by half in for all employees and passengers to wear face covering does not mean a medical grade mask we need to keep those for our frontline public health and safety respondents in the remains of my dad in short supply there are any number of ways you can cover your mouth and nose with a bandanna Corey homemade fabric covering he's also requiring restaurant takeout customers anyone going into a restaurant to pick out not to pick up in order to wear face covering as well New Jersey recorded two hundred fifty one more deaths in the last day bringing the total to more than twenty one hundred Murphy said it's up to all of us to continue social distancing it's fifty five degrees right now we have a fair sky were headed down to forty four tonight we are waiting for the latest White House coronavirus task force briefing and we will bring it to you live here on ten ten wins as soon as it begins with news time five twenty five and sprints our priorities keeping you safe during these uncertain times shop from the safety of your home at sprint dot com for the best new phone deals like a Samsung galaxy phone Lisa for just zero dollars a month when you switch and get a one hundred dollar prepaid.
"governor murphy" Discussed on 10 10 WINS
"Jersey governor Murphy says that has not come across his desk and is not a consideration at this time Monday morning wins news time five fifty one traffic and transit all the ones here's Karen Stewart all right Bridget we're gonna start with what you need to know about the bridges and tunnels S. ease your mind about crossings over the Hudson River we're we are in good shape at the hall of Lincoln and the GW bridge each of them have had slight delays on some of their area approaches like the like it it's been the turnpike in for the Hollinger one thirty nine of the covered right away of course but overall into the city were good there are some slight west side highway delays to and from hell's kitchen was shot west Chelsea again this is the west side highway nine tenth Avenue is certainly nothing out of the ordinary same thing with the eleventh your Easter across and you're doing well queen's Boulevard not that at all from off the queen's found fifty ninth street bridge and all the way down to the Jackie Robinson parkway belt parkway in Brooklyn is also interesting shape now mass transit unfortunately is a completely different animal here we've got a lot of shortages of available cruises the MTA and because of that they have got extensive delays and much longer than normal wait for service on most of their lives the list is extensive so let's just call it most we also have a lack of express service to the five boroughs that does include Bronx brown to four five and six express they are not running there are no overnight sees and the B. G. and W. trains and continue to be not running at all alternate side parking is suspended again today until at least tomorrow the meter rules they however remain in effect in Long Island speak for your excellent.
"governor murphy" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880
"As a hate crime governor Murphy returned from a two week vacation in Italy to find severe storm damage and thousands of residents without power W. CBS reporter Marla diamond was with the governor in Union County where a tornado touched down yesterday afternoon governor Murphy's returned from a two week trip to Italy coincided with the intense storms he called it frightening pretty crazy it's another example with the storms are getting more intense less predictable and more frequent New Jersey has had six tornado so far this year the National Weather Service says the state usually gets to on average if we don't go out ahead of the the the the new reality of climate and storms we're going to get dragged by it more than two inches of rain fell in some areas leading to flooding stalled out vehicles and several water rescues in Union County Marla diamond WCBS newsradio eight eighty WCBS news time eighteen traffic and weather together every ten minutes on the eight years Kelly Nolan and let's begin with Pat the trains both ways the nork World Trade Center Linus now suspended between north Penn station in journal square as a services operating but with delays between journal square and world trade this because of a signal failure at the Amtrak doc bridge better news for L. A. double R. commuters service is now officially back on or close to schedule so a mess I still continuing at LaGuardia airport John they're saying it so far is the second busiest travel day in the airport's history and likely will be the busiest day ever by the days and it's all because of more than three hundred flight cancellations happen because of yesterday's storms so it's been a math sat at the airport pretty much all day long and construction the on going construction really not helping matters at all still have delays on the road ways around the airport the grand central still very busy as well so if you're not heading to the airport you definitely want to avoid that portion of the Grand Central now very slow.
"governor murphy" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060
"Passes, there, governor Murphy is expected to sign it David Manton, KYW, NewsRadio. To it's traffic and weather on the twos. Here's agree. All right. Thank you, John. We still got delays out one seventy six eastbound between the vine and south street. You're heavy it's due to left lane construction after traveling westbound, you can't exit for thirtieth street that ramp shut down until five o'clock in the morning. Of course. We'll keep you posted further west. We had a disabled ice cream truck approaching the vine, shoot expressway. They may have gotten off to the side. We'll update that next report on she expressway. That's okay in both directions. Ninety five southbound, you're still have a disabled tractor trailer in the right lane. This is as you approach Gerard avenue. Good news, no delay, though, that has really eased out now further north on ninety five you're slow in both directions between what haven road and four thirteen the two right lanes are blocked there. If you out on the northeast extension, you have minor delays southbound after quakertown, that's due to right lane construction in south Philly eastbound on the Platte bridge. Twenty six read the left lane is blocked there that's roadwork as well. Lincoln drive close between Wayne and ridge. That's overnight, milling, paving, and outbound Lincoln drive. Is still heavy approaching Rittenhouse street? So some heavy delays on the southbound side we in conshohocken, you still have a flagging operation going on route twenty three but tween Ford road and Crawford avenue. We also had a report of a vehicle fire in that area. They finally got in that cleaned up and out of the way. And if you're out onto two we've got three separate patterns out there, I between jolly and Joost. That's in both directions of two zero two and then you've got to, to north between four twenty two and route twenty nine further south. You've got construction onto to between four one and business. Route thirty eastbound on the thirty patches after route three forty still an accident there off to the shoulder of the roadway. Everyone's still slowing down to take a look at that now in New Jersey to ninety five southbound as you're headed towards the forty two freeway, you have a crew out there. They're in the right lane. We're watching that on the mail. He's furniture jam Cam. Once you're on forty two left lane. Roadwork between two ninety five in creek road. That's both directions of route seventy three. You've got utility were between Autry I'm way in mount laurel. And that's all the way down the Hatfield road in pennsauken. That's in the right lane. Next update in less than ten minutes. I'm kyle. Ramona's indicate y w twenty four hour traffic center now the eyewitness weather five day forecast. Sponsored by Marvin windows, here, CBS three meteorologist Kate Bilo. A straight thunderstorm. Then clearing out through the overnight hours. We'll drop down to sixty five degrees for the low sunny and pleasant for your Friday too high seventy nine a great start to the holiday weekend. Saturday's mostly.
"governor murphy" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer
"Then then governor Murphy's in trouble. This is my this is my entertainment value, you know, dramatic kind of outlook that may happen. Stephen that for you. For you. Listen, I'm with you on that. It's going to be for those of us in the media. It's got to be a great show to cover it analyze. It will be amazing. But my concern is the gridlock. Mike concern is not moving for my concerns. The same thing in Washington with the court. Exactly point point. We didn't vote for people with an on the fan of President Trump. But I'll say this if the Democrats obsess over the, you know, getting Trump out go through this process. Yep. They're gonna turn a lot of people off. And I'm a moderate democrat. If you will. But I'm not a fan of what's going on in the same thing is happened to jersey amongst the Democrats in the business of the people will not get John donne Joe. And that's what think tank which about oh public television all about CI brought that bad limit. I love it far too much substance between you and I on this. I want. Tailings convertibles man. Hey, Steve when when is not going to be on that. So we'll look for it all weekend on PBS. But the other part of it on AM nine seventy two pm on Sunday leadership. Our Steve out of our talking everything about leadership, which is not what's going on in Trenton and not what's going on in Washington. Got about a great great chatting with you, my friend. God bless love to each to. Steve at about a right? There w Haynes. Look it up for you on the road seven fifty two on AM nine seventy the answer. Thank you so much. Let's sick ride over two seventy eighty to twenty four thousand accident.
"governor murphy" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880
"Governor Murphy says there is a great deal at stake here it sounds of jobs and billions of dollars of economic activity, plus a chance for people with low level pot convictions to ask that their records be wiped clean governor Murphy figures, it might take about a year for cultivators processors wholesalers and dispensaries to get up and running sixty towns have already said they want no part in any pot businesses. If the measure passes, the they'll have to go through that process, again, the Bill would nullify those those decisions you'd be able to possess about an ounce, which you could smoke at home or at a sanctioned lounge not out in public. If the votes are not there later today, we could see this Bill tabled until after election day reporting live in fort Lee, Sean Adams, WCBS, NewsRadio eighty six thirty four a WCBS and out of the congestion pricing fight the state budget is caught up in gridlock. But. Not everyone is sold on this idea of congestion pricing to pay for New York subways and buses and WCBS reporter Marla diamond has more live in Manhattan this morning. And good morning. Paul things. Got heated at a press conference Sunday afternoon on the east side held by outer borough, lawmakers opposed to congestion pricing like Rodney's be showed of Brooklyn. She does not want her constituents being charged to drive into midtown Manhattan. We're not gonna take the millionaires. Working class people. Supporters.
"governor murphy" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM
"So the intersection of growing increasingly radical not radical enough for them. In fact, insulting to them. Elizabeth Warren is it's really insulting speaking, by the way of the intersectional left. It'll be amazing to watch as the bad behavior of particular candidates, who please the intersectional left are completely overlooked. So I will take for example, Harris who I mentioned before as possible here. One candidate for the Democrats in twenty twenty. What makes sure it's your one candidate? Well, she Senator from California, and she's a woman she's black. It's pretty much at those are the things because she doesn't have legislative record. She was not a good attorney general in state of California. I was there. I remember. She does not do anything of note except for tell lies about Brad Kavanagh apparently engineers you'll hearings, but this is made her a front runner because something okay? But she such she's so high in the intersection scale that she can get away with ignoring the fact that a longtime top staff of hers just had to pay four hundred thousand dollars in harassment and retaliation settlement, and she didn't do anything about it is according to the Sacramento beat today, a longtime top staffer of US Senator Kamala Harris resigned on Wednesday after the Sacramento bee inquired about a four hundred thousand dollar harassment and retaliation settlement resulting from his time working Harris at the California Department of Justice, Larry Wallis who served as the director of the division of law enforcement under then attorney general Harris was accused by his former executive assistant in December two thousand sixteen of gender harassment and other demeaning behavior, including frequently asking her to crawl under his desk to change the paper in his printer. The lawsuit was filed December thirtieth two thousand sixteen when Harris was still attorney general, but. Prepping to be sworn in as the democratic Senator it was settled less than five months later in may seventeen by Xavier by Xavier Sarah, who's appointed to replace her as attorney general by that time walls had transitioned to work for Harris as senior adviser and her Sacramento office. You're unaware of this issue and take accusations of harassment extremely seriously this evening, Mr. Wallace offered his resignation to the Senator and she accepted it Harris spokeswoman lily Adams Ronin Email. I love this Harris who said she will decide over the holidays whether it run for president in two thousand twenty has been a prominent figure in the metoo movement. So in other words, she knew this for years and she didn't care for years until the Sacramento bee asked her about it. How do we know she didn't care because you brought him along when she moved to the senator's office sexual harassment. Don't worry don't worry. They'll cover up for Kamala. Harris, there's no way they're gonna let Kamala Harris go down on something. Like this. The same thing is true of folks on the list. Who are I mean, it's not just her. There's a story out of New Jersey today. That's about the New Jersey Governor could run the governor. Murphy. Governor Murphy is a is a new democratic hero governor Murphy, but it's okay because he's democratic hero for him to have overlooked allegations of sexual assault in his administration. This according to this. According to Andrew Seidman over the over the Philadelphia Inquirer an official in the Murphy administration describes in heroin terms Tuesday. How high ranking members of governor Murphy's campaign and staff, including the governor himself failed to act when she tried to alert them about a campaign who she she? She says raped her I had access to people in the highest positions of power in the state of New Jersey, Katie Brennan, chief of staff the state housing agency testified during a legislative hearing at each turn my pleas for help went unanswered. Somehow, it wasn't a priority to address sexual assault and working with my rapist until it impacted them say she testified about all of this. This is the first major scandal for Murphy for governor Murphy. But is it going to take him out? Of course, not of course, not gonna take into any democrat. Let's not be silly. Okay. The current Senator from the state of New Jersey was embroiled in sexual allegations about underage prostitutes in Puerto Rico, and it's still or in the Dominican Republic rather and is still doing just fine. It's a New Jersey Governor, Phil Murphy will survive all of this and continue to be a democratic star because democratic priorities from all else. So the intersectional nonsense that the Democratic Party continues to embrace. We'll continue to unfold before us in real time. Ignoring all of the downside. Speaking of intersectional nonsense today, the American Association of university professors which is this highfalutin group of university professors. They decided that there are not two sexes. They're no longer two sexes. Intersection -ality picking up steam as we go on. It's not just intersection intersectional wings, the Democratic Party that are moving farther and left. It is the economic wings of the Democratic Party that are also moving increasingly far to the left their latest bugaboo the thing that they are going to use to scare. Everybody into giving them control of the economy is of course, global warming global warming. They've decided that now global warming there. They can come out of the closet now. Global warming is going to be the tool that they use for global redistributionism, despite the fact, by the way that the United States is the number one carbon emissions reducer this year on planet earth, and the fact that global carbon emissions continue to increase. Thanks to countries that are signatories to the Paris accords coming up. We'll talk more about the radicalization of the Democratic Party this time not from.
"governor murphy" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880
"On the bill is he holding it hostage for budget negotiations hopeful that's not happening and it would be a fool errand isn't gonna move votes regarding the budget that's not going to happen and your guess is good as mine here i frequently government does stupid stuff or politically motivated stuff and and it's pretty easy to figure out what's going on this is completely inexplicable there's two things going on here if the governor wants to review the bill before signing how that he can take three weeks did you that if he wants to but he is every has the ability to tell them on the talk while we're reviewing the bill go ahead and take that there is no downside to that i i for the life of me can't figure out why they've taken this position it's a negative across the board in revenue for the state revenue for the region governor murphy's home region i mean the parks a couple of miles away from his house he knows how important this is to this region into horse racing industry which itself is important to jersey while the bill was written in a way so racetracks and casinos could star taking bets even before the governor signed the bill so why hasn't that happened yet well that's it i look i think legally they could i don't think if you've been is on solid ground but because of again that's inexplicable vociferous position that administration is taken you there has to do that i don't blame him but it said that the administration is putting them in this position in the first place i there's no need for it and there's no gain to stopping racing so i am baffled i am saying so loud and clear i they need if they're gonna week to permit racing to give me sports betting to happen until they signed the bill they should be working twenty four seven could every hour that goes by cost the taxpayers new jersey money it costs the people that will be working to these wages i and it hurts the region and the industry thank you senator for joining us new jersey state senator declan of scanlon at eight forty eight we check traffic and weather together on the eighth some issues on the.
"governor murphy" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5
"Well you know we knew when governor murphy became governor murphy that things were going to change and this is something that had long been talked about but never saw the light of day under governor christie now it's law you remember the idea about mandatory sick days paid sick days for all workers in new jersey well now it's the law of the land and we want to know what you think about this because this is this is something that affects even small businesses large and small in different degrees but what this does it allows it allows workers to accrue one hour of paid sick leave for every thirty hours that they work and this law is expected to affect one point two million workers in the state who do not now get paid sick days that's a lot of people it is a lot of people it's more than one third of new jersey's private sector workforce more than one third governor murphy at a signing ceremony he said this is the right thing to do i'm not sure what he meant by this he said this is the right thing to do but let there be no doubt i've got a cold blooded part of me and this is the smart thing to do as he saying from a business perspective it also makes sense not just from a humanitarian perspective right right right i that's how i took it as well i guess he saying like hey for the business people i get it and he was goldman sachs guy so i guess he's saying you know i can still see how this is beneficial even though you know part of it you might bristle at and they're talking about you know a healthier workforce yada yada yada but we want to know how you feel about this at one eight hundred two eight three.
"governor murphy" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5
"Eight hundred two eight three one zero one point five just let him in like i said before put a big finish line of course the beaches of new jersey as you come out of the ocean of course the finish line will give you everything i mean you know one way or the other which i try to have it both ways we have these tough rules to get into this country to become a citizen but if you don't wanna do that tomorrow governor murphy will circumvented it he'll give you the lawyer what what mary's in lakewood under jersey one zero one point five hey mary good how you doing i'm doing pretty good longtime listener firsttime yeah my thought is chen the restaurant vote legal residents of new jersey our governor for using our tax dollars for illegal people in the united states doesn't seem right well there's a couple of problems with that one i don't know if he can but i do know that he told you he would and people voted for him anyway right i mean everybody knew we have the sound bite when he debated kim with donald talking about how he wanted to make us a sanctuary state so we know there's nothing that we didn't know was going to happen but the question now is you know gas prices are spiking higher than they've ever been as we go in hot you know what to eighty something gallon now i know it was three fifty we're getting close so as we watch prices continue to rise in new jersey we have a governor who's going to take our taxes through the roof did you get your income tax done how different is going to be next year you know and that's that's that's trump but i mean you've got so much going on instead he instead of like saying look i'm going to save you money now it's like i'm gonna cost you money in this situation i'm going to cost you money for people that shouldn't be here in the first place have you go to fight that battle fighting on your own why do i have to pay for you to fight the battle we're the country that made the rules of said no i understand all that but i didn't vote for him i think a lotta people that first of all people went out and voted but a lot of people that.
"governor murphy" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"My neighbor we are having a problem of phil murphy governor murphy sneaking in the legalization of hooked on marijuana we were not permitted to vote on that and that is to me is a crime now to be able to vote and you're a registered citizen and the people who are going to make a decision on hooked on marijuana the legislatures in the giving them a lot of static but they have they was like this could say i give us a referendum vote on it all otherwise it was too sticky and it's communist we can't vote so and i said to my neighbor you know the director of marijuana in colorado was on and he said that since i've marijuana was legalized hooked on marijuana well actually i'm on a break there was a news report that here in massachusetts a real estate agent was hit by somebody in and killed by a driver who was i that is that's really something well she says that doesn't happen just because she had no proof person in charge of one is is credible but because she's the my neighbor and she lived in bridgewater make her her doesn't make credible exactly see that's the do good examples but that's that's why we're talking that's what i'm talking about this so the more i just it's unacceptable and the just the more we push back on a unacceptable behavior but we push back in an appropriate and professional way that we're not going to stand for people who berate people berate officers abuse the system that we're we're not going to accept it and we just see we have to have more staying power than these entitled people do and we just keep pushing pushing back again appropriately nonviolently civilly we're going to do all the things they don't we're going to be civil now we're going to be professional and we're going to be smart and we're going to keep keep we're going out we're gonna outweight them and that's how things change barbara and it should be you monistic that's what i'm saying so all those good things i i really appreciate your examples.
"governor murphy" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer
"Eight years that he was governor but when there was a when there was a disaster donana there was a storm get snow hurricane whatever trading i was or on the ground yet me a screaming at people he's getting things done now maybe he allegedly close the george washington bridge we don't know but for the other stuff the guy took care of business right now governor murphy not looking good in his first three months of what they learned they won't that the press will say nothing about they voiced devils i'm not nativist starledger there it says with thousands still reeling newstalk the strike there's no comment whereas governor official if governor christie was still in power they it would be ripping crust it right up front they went on and didn't go to the pat they would this they will have got picture with a sweatshirt on you know the big jersey symbol of whatever they would had their would add that on the and you know what you know i take a personal and i we speak very frankly this especially were at this hour he can't the six when i said and i i open the await heavy budiono governor murphy inquiry but they said l joe you've got talking under murphy gather because he's going to win he's in wing because i back him down god forbid so i go all right all right up our week as i reach out and i call tammy governor murphy's yet he knew that frankie ray call team governor murphy's wife who apparently runs everything so and i and i leave of a cell message is joe piscopo kwan yourself matter and right wing that's exactly right not a call back pull out a text back joe thank you hate when you going to come to our side hey of whenever he li hey joe nothing as wag abed politics as bad politics and i and i are they allowed to offend me you're not gonna call me back because you're a politician that i could the grace of god that i if we ran and i ran as independents something's tells me we could possibly have one and i did not my stepped down and you're not gonna call me back then you're not going to show up thousands of people still without power.
"governor murphy" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5
"Subcontractors at the airport newark penn and hobart and hoboken terminal it also makes employers light prime flight pay for health care and vacations who would force that and the starledger editorial then says with one stroke of his pen governorelect murphy tomorrow to be governor murphy has a chance to take thousands of people out of the middle ages now i'm not i'm not gleeful that somebody is making lousy money not happy about that but you know if we're gonna talk about a at the stroke of a pen and a democratic governor where the democratic legislature well what about it what what about wage the general beyond the airport another thing that he can do and has promised to do is with the stroke of a pen signs something that will over just short years boost the minimum wage for everybody up to fifteen dollars an hour and i just want to throw this out i mean if anybody has anything to say specifically about airport workers that that's totally fine but i wanna make a broader than that do you think with his taking office tomorrow do you think that phil murphy is right that new jersey needs to pay minimum fifteen dollars an hour no matter what job people have a forget united airlines try to think in terms of the guy who is running a very small shop and he's got seven workers think about that as well is that the same should there be a fifteen dollars minimum a minimum wage one eight hundred two three one or one point five since kinda seem like we're going to get it as you mentioned democratic governor democratic legislature it's been a hotbutton issue for well over a year now and now they have the people in place that could actually get on that fifteen dollars an hour free offer until position basically excuse me you know so there is a up there was a report out about maybe a year and a half ago notice from bureau of labor statistics which ido sounds incredibly boring but i just want to point something out here they were talking about of all.