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Jennifer Horn Explains California's Scary New Abortion Bill

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

01:57 min | 6 months ago

Jennifer Horn Explains California's Scary New Abortion Bill

"We thought it was bad enough in the Commonwealth with the butcher of Richmond with the former governor Ralph northam with his. Pediatrician saying a woman can decide after the birth. If they keep the child or kill it, talk to us about this unbelievable story coming out of the assemblies, judiciary committee. Yeah, so there is a bill in California that was put together by an assemblywoman out of Oakland. It has the full support of our attorney general in the state, rob Banda, who was handpicked by Gavin Newsom. And really, they started this bill because there was a woman who was addicted to meth during her pregnancy. She had a stillbirth, and she was charged with murder of her child. Now, we could debate all day long whether or not that was appropriate, but that was the catalyst for this bill that was put together. And you couple that with Gavin Newsom saying that California is essentially a sanctuary state for people wanting an abortion after Texas passed their life protecting laws in Texas, California has responded by saying, come on in, will not only give you an abortion, but we'll pay for it for you. Now this new assembly Bill says that a woman and her doctor or accomplice and this is spelled out in assembly Bill 22 23. Will not be held responsible under the law for anything that may go wrong during her pregnancy or in the perinatal period. Now, here's where the problem you're talking about just blanket immunity. Blanket immunity. And perinatal, if you look up the definition, can be anywhere from 22 weeks into gestation till about typically people say about 7 days after birth, which would then say that 8 is conceivable under this law without definition of perinatal that woman could have a baby, take it home, have buyers remorse something happens to that child God forbid, I don't even want to say it. And they would not be able to prosecute that woman or charge that woman with

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The Left's Push for Post-Birth Abortion Shouldn't Surprise You

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:45 min | 6 months ago

The Left's Push for Post-Birth Abortion Shouldn't Surprise You

"What are we willing to do to protect those that can't protect themselves. And according to the Democrats, we have to be super worried about children being slaughtered in Ukraine, which of course bothers me, but we're now going to make it easier to slaughter children in America. This idea of post birth abortion shouldn't surprise anybody. This is something they've been talking about for quite some time. Remember when governor Ralph northam, the former governor of Virginia? Was caught on a radio program saying the quiet part out loud, talking about how when a baby is delivered, that God relax the baby. And then a decision will be made for the baby. Cut 73. So in this particular example, if a mother is in labor, I can tell you exactly what would happen. The infant would be delivered. The infant would be kept comfortable. The infant would be resuscitated if that's what the mother and the family desired, and then a discussion would ensue between the physicians and the mother. So you hear right there. I mean, and by the way, he was just totally heralded by the Democrat party. The Democrat party largely, I know there's exceptions, but they really don't have value for baby life. They never have. And I hate to overly generalize like that, but he was a sitting governor who just said, look, the baby is delivered. Resuscitated, get comfortable. And then the mother will make a decision. The only decision at that point in time that needs to be made is, what are you naming the child? Where are you sending the child to school? So this whole idea of post birth abortion really shouldn't surprise any of you. It shouldn't. They've been

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"governor ralph northam" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

02:34 min | 8 months ago

"governor ralph northam" Discussed on WTOP

"A tweet that went after a high school student critical of the state's new governor It came after the team had retweeted an article suggesting junk and converted a classroom that highlighted the history of enslaved people into a family room That fact was later corrected in the article on the teen did update his tweet However by the time that happened the governor's campaign had already shared a picture of the 17 year old standing next to former governor Ralph northam alongside a racist yearbook picture featuring northam that surfaced in 2019 Democrats are demanding young and apologized to the team while the tweet was removed the campaign is not said anything else Tolls on the dulles greenway will not be coming down and it will cost the same to get on that road no matter how far you drive At least for now Bills that could have brought a reduction to toll raids in instituted distance based tolling have died for this year in the transportation committees in Richmond The bills would have allowed the state to negotiate with the greenway owners on future toll rates loud and county has opposed the bills saying since all 14 miles of the greenway are in loudon the county should have more input on the final deal in what it costs drivers The law can stain double UTR pinos A woman is dead after being struck by a car on Maryland route two ten prince George's county police say they were called to the scene of the crash just after 6 o'clock last evening The woman was found trapped under a car and pronounced dead at the scene The driver did stay on the scene and is cooperating with investigators the cause of the crash is under investigation High powered magnets commonly found in kids toys and desk sets are dangerous and deadly if swallowed a new study finds that efforts to keep them out of the hands and mouths of little kids aren't having much success More than two dozen children's hospitals across the country looked at 600 cases of high powered magnet related injuries from 2017 to 2020 researchers found that 56% of children treated for such injuries required hospitalization nearly one in ten had a potentially life threatening injury These magnets were originally recalled by the consumer product safety commission in 2012 due to rising numbers of ingestions but were permitted to return to the market in 2016 as long as they weren't marketed toward children This study published in pediatrics highlights the excess young children still have to those products Sandy cosell news Coming up on WT remembering a legendary pilot who lived in our area It's 8 14 You take pride in your commercial building so to propane or.

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"governor ralph northam" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

01:45 min | 9 months ago

"governor ralph northam" Discussed on WTOP

"It's 1121 Virginia governor Ralph northam's term is coming to an end this week and earlier tonight he delivered his final state of the Commonwealth address during that speech northam talked about his administration's focus on education and making Virginia a place that addresses its past We can not pick and choose history based on how it makes us feel We need to understand the full and true story and put a black child right to have her history included in our textbooks Northam also wish governor elect Lennon well ahead of his inauguration on Saturday Now to Richmond where Virginia's legislative session got underway today with Republicans now in control of the House of delegates and Democrats in charge of the Senate Leaders from both parties are laying out some of their priorities We're working on creating a culture where workers are valued Democratic senator Barbara favola points to one bill that would allow for insurance plans that employers could purchase two offer paid family leave to employees Another bill she highlighted Would establish paid family medical leave for public employees On the Republican side delegate Glenn Davis on school's safety We're going to require school resource officers in every school Any vow that Republicans would push to repeal a bill that says school principals aren't required to alert law enforcement when students commit misdemeanor offenses Nik I and LA doubled TOP news Maryland's General Assembly also back to work And just like the rest of us they're trying to figure out how to do their jobs with the omicron variants spreading so rapidly Maryland House speaker Adrienne Jones rallied the members of her chamber on opening day of the General Assembly session Are you there with me.

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"governor ralph northam" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

01:38 min | 10 months ago

"governor ralph northam" Discussed on WTOP

"Dot com Virginia governor Ralph northam announcing today that his administration will remove the enormous pedestal that until earlier this year held a statue of confederate general Robert E. Lee and Richmond It marks a reversal from September when the statue was removed but the democratic governor says the 40 foot tall pedestal currently covered in graffiti would stay Northam also says he's going to transfer ownership of the grassy island in the middle of a traffic circle where the statue is located to the city of Richmond The move comes about a month before Republican glennon is sworn in junk and has expressed less enthusiasm about the statues removal With sports betting legalized in more and more places around the country advertising from sports books has exploded on TV and on the radio If you think it's been too much you might be surprised who agrees with you on that It's impossible to watch a ball game and not see an advertisement for any of the growing number of legalized sports books It's such a festive time for a sports betting public Download the app Sign up with the promo code And at a sports betting conference last week there was acknowledgment from all across the industry that people might be getting sick of it What do you want from your sports book In fact there's a growing fear that if sportsbooks don't regulate how much advertising they do the government might do it for them Because while betting is more common in Europe a barrage of commercials there eventually led the UK to ban sports books from advertising during games Spain has even stricter restrictions in Italy bans them all together John doman news Four 23 on dasher on dancer on Harley Yup the big guy is coming to Montgomery county on a Harley-Davidson motorcycle this week for a very good.

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"governor ralph northam" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

02:22 min | 10 months ago

"governor ralph northam" Discussed on WTOP

"Governor Ralph northam prepares to leave office his staff is busy preparing what will be the governor's last major action is outgoing budget Governor northam is hearing from the governor elect Glenn youngkin who's urging northam to include tax cuts in his final spending plan at an economic summit in Richmond young and laid out some of his ideas including doubling the state's standard income tax deduction issuing tax rebates and eliminating the state's grocery tax Based on many many discussions These are becoming bipartisan issues Junkin says the state's $2.6 billion budget surplus suggests that virginians are being taxed too much The spokesperson for northam tells the Richmond times dispatch that excess revenue is the product of careful fiscal management not over taxing Nikki and Ellie TOP news and on the race for governor are learning how much money Virginia governor elect Glen junkin had to pull out of his own pocket for the race for the governor's mansion reports filed with the state board of elections show the Republican loaned $20 million to his campaign which helped him keep pace with his democratic challenger former Virginia governor Terry McAuliffe McAuliffe raised $69 million for his campaign young in 68 million including the loans The fund racing in the race shattered records set four years ago It's 1213 When Marilyn lawmakers gather for a special legislative session on Monday a partisan battle over redrawing the state's congressional maps will be front and center Marilyn lawmakers will kick off the special session with a hearing on redistricting but they'll also be considering approving the successor to state treasurer Nancy cop who has served the state ably for decades now Maryland state delegate Eric Luke the House majority leader says cop is retiring after more than 20 years in the house and nearly 20 more as treasurer Delegate Derek Y Davis is regarded as the FrontRunner to fill the remainder of her term Republican delegate Chris Adams Should he win I think he has the right credentials the right temperament and personality to continue on a very good tradition of a treasurer who understands the role and takes care of our responsibilities financially Kate Ryan Just ahead sports than after that and traffic and weather It's now a kids want to hear and it involves how an area school system plans to deal with snow days moving forward that coming up 1214 Marty.

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Statue of Gen. Robert E. Lee Comes Down in Virginia Capital

AP News Radio

00:50 sec | 1 year ago

Statue of Gen. Robert E. Lee Comes Down in Virginia Capital

"A giant monument to general Robert E. Lee is no longer towering over the confederacy's former capital in Richmond Virginia cheers and chants as a crew lowered the twenty one foot bronze monument more than a century after it was raised a year after governor Ralph Northam ordered it removed major win for civil rights advocates reminisce like this of the glorifies the lost cause of the civil war it needs to come down and this is enough of a new day a new era for other Confederate statues on Richmond's monument Avenue came down last summer mayor levar Stoney says it's apropos that the only one left is a black tennis star Arthur Ashe the company who will stand the test of time I'm sorry

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Robert E. Lee Statue Taken Down in Richmond, Virginia

CNN 5 Things

01:03 min | 1 year ago

Robert E. Lee Statue Taken Down in Richmond, Virginia

"Of the largest publicly standing confederate statues in the us. A twelve ton. One depicting general robert e. lee was taken down today in richmond. Virginia's historic monument avenue. That was the reaction from demonstrators. There the moment the statue came down. The statue joins other confederacy symbols that have been removed in the commonwealth and across the country. Governor ralph northam announced a plan for the statues removal in june twenty twenty amid nationwide racial justice protests but legal challenges delayed the removal until the state supreme court ruled in favor of it last week. State officials said the statue will be placed in secure storage at a state owned facility until a decision is made on what to do with it. Officials say the pedestal. The lease statue sat on will remain in place as a way for the community to reimagined monument avenue

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Virginia Removes Robert E. Lee Statue From State Capital

CNN 5 Things

01:03 min | 1 year ago

Virginia Removes Robert E. Lee Statue From State Capital

"Of the largest publicly standing confederate statues in the us. A twelve ton. One depicting general robert e. lee was taken down today in richmond. Virginia's historic monument avenue. That was the reaction from demonstrators. There the moment the statue came down. The statue joins other confederacy symbols that have been removed in the commonwealth and across the country. Governor ralph northam announced a plan for the statues removal in june twenty twenty amid nationwide racial justice protests but legal challenges delayed the removal until the state supreme court ruled in favor of it last week. State officials said the statue will be placed in secure storage at a state owned facility until a decision is made on what to do with it. Officials say the pedestal. The lease statue sat on will remain in place as a way for the community to reimagined monument avenue

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Statue of Confederate Robert E. Lee Taken Down in Virginia

AP News Radio

00:40 sec | 1 year ago

Statue of Confederate Robert E. Lee Taken Down in Virginia

"One of America's biggest monuments to the confederacy has been taken down for more than a century twenty one foot statue of general Robert E. Lee towered over Virginia's capital city which also served as the confederacy's capital this morning a crowd of hundreds cheered as workers and Richmond removed the statue from its giant pedestal governor Ralph Northam ordered last summer that the statue come down after George Floyd's death in Minneapolis but the removal was tied up in courts until a recent ruling cleared the way for other Confederate statues along what's known as a monument Avenue were removed last year Sager Meg Downie Washington

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"governor ralph northam" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

01:46 min | 1 year ago

"governor ralph northam" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"Democratic Governor Ralph Northam announced he intended to take down the statue during civil unrest in the aftermath of the death of George Floyd in police custody. Lawsuits and suit Last week, the Virginia Supreme Court ruled the removal could America's listening to 93 Wi PC Mobile news on the level on the go wondering why it's sunny and 67 downtown. I'm Kirk Darling, Here's what's trending at 902 more than a morning. Father wants to know why his 17 year old son was murdered. Ross Mitchell was shot to death while playing outside their home on the East side of downtown Indy on Labor Day with his little brother. Ross Hunt, Mitchell's father tells which T V. C that my son was murdered. So just Cowardly. Somebody had to sneak up on him and shoot him in front of his little brother for no reason. A grainy surveillance video called the shooting on tape. But police need your help Finding the shooter. The video and more info at W. Y you see dot com classes, dismissing early today at North Central High School, the school saying that he student was hurt when another student pulled a knife out during a fight. The student who pulled the knife was apprehended, they say. Multimillion dollar conspiracy could cost them decades in federal prison. Stanley are explained by former bank serve. Officers and employees from central Indiana have been convicted in a conspiracy to defraud the small business Administration trial. Evidence indicates they succeeded in misdirecting more than $5 million. Former president and CEO carry a G of Noblesville and the other defendants. Could get long prison terms. Stanley er 93 wi BC MOBILE News Indiana State University is requiring some groups of students to get vaccinated for Covid if they haven't done so students involved in clubs sports.

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Black Men Executed in 1951 Rape Granted Posthumous Pardons

AP News Radio

00:50 sec | 1 year ago

Black Men Executed in 1951 Rape Granted Posthumous Pardons

"Virginia governor Ralph Northam has granted posthumous pardons to seven black men executed in nineteen fifty one for the rape of a white woman the Martinsville seven were all convicted of raping thirty two year old ruby Straub Floyd in a predominantly black neighborhood in Martinsville in January of nineteen forty nine it was the largest mass execution for rape in U. S. history in December advocates and descendants of the men ask governor Northam to issue a posthumous pardons their petition does not argue that the men were innocent but says their trials were unfair and the punishment was extreme and unjust at the time the case attracted pleas for mercy from around the world and in recent years it's been held up as an example of racial disparity in the use of the death penalty I'm Shelley handler

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"governor ralph northam" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

02:08 min | 1 year ago

"governor ralph northam" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

"Democrat Governor Ralph Northam announced the update The video message saying that Virginia residents who are fully vaccinated no longer have to wear masks in most situations, but businesses in the state may still choose to require masks in their establishment and masks will still be required in schools. In Maryland Republican Governor Larry Hogan announced in a news conference Friday that the state's mass mandate will officially be lifted on Saturday to move in line with the updated TDC guidance that is Bernie Bennett reporting, officials say the Pentagon is reconsidering how tow Take a massive shift A cloud computer get good scrap a $10 billion contract. The so called Jet I contract was awarded the Microsoft in 2019 but is mired in legal challenges, Deputy Pentagon press Secretary Jamal Brown says. Quote We're going to have to assess where we are in regards to the ongoing litigation and determine what the best path forward is. Amazon Web services is Chelsea contract, asserting that the bidding was improperly influenced by then President Donald Trump's dislike of Amazon and its chief executive officer, Jeff Pesos. Jeremy House reporting more of these stories that town home dot com Tell me one relief. Thank you. It's so successful in lowering or eliminating pain. I'm often asked that question, Beaton, says Talbot, the father and son, founders of Relief Act. Tell me they believe our bodies were designed to heal. That's right. Designed to heal on now I agree. The doctors who formulated really factor for Pete and self selected the four best ingredients 100% drug free ingredients. But each help your body deal with inflammation. That's correct. Each of the four ingredients deal with inflammation on a different metabolic pathway that right they're approaching your pain from four different angles may very well be. Why so many Americans find such wonderful pain relief if you have back pain, shoulder, neck, hip, knee or foot pain from exercise, or even just getting older. You must order the three week quick start now discounted the only 1995 to see if it will work for you, too. I think it could.

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Virginia Updates State Rules About Wearing Masks Outdoors

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:50 sec | 1 year ago

Virginia Updates State Rules About Wearing Masks Outdoors

"Are changing across the area. We start in Virginia, where the governor now says. If you're fully vaccinated for covert, you could go mask free outside. If you're alone or in small groups, you will need that mask on and outdoor events with large crowds like a concert. W T. O P S Christi King reports more people are now able to gather for outdoor sports. In Virginia. The capacity cap for outdoor recreational sports Now is 1000 Spectators that weeks earlier than expected Because 57% of Virginia's adults have had at least one covert shot and infections remain low. More rules could loosen May 15th and all pandemic measures could be gone in June. It's really important that we all get a shot Governor Ralph Northam and we all need to keep encouraging each other to get a shot. It's how we take care of one another. In Northern Virginia Christi King w. T o P News, D C will

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Virginia will expand vaccine eligibility to all over age 16 by April 18

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:41 sec | 1 year ago

Virginia will expand vaccine eligibility to all over age 16 by April 18

"This morning where the governor had equally good news residents of the Commonwealth who want to be protected against the new covert virus, the state will soon increase the number of people there who can get a vaccine. Governor Ralph Northam announced this morning that starting Sunday, April 18th All Virginians age 16 and older will be eligible to get the covert 19 vaccine based on the supply projected by the federal government. There'll be enough vaccine, then tow open appointments appointments to to the the general general public public governor governor North North and and made made the the announcement announcement during during a a visit visit to to a a vaccination vaccination clinic clinic at at First First Mount Mount Zion Zion Baptist Baptist Church Church in in Prince Prince William William County. County. He He also also thanked thanked the the health health care workers, vaccinators and volunteers. Who he said made the early expansion possible.

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Tuition-free program for eligible community college students becomes Virginia law

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:48 sec | 1 year ago

Tuition-free program for eligible community college students becomes Virginia law

"Free community college degrees to some low income students. Governor signed that bill into law this afternoon. Here at Northern Virginia Community College Governor Ralph Northam says 12% of students are going to be eligible for a new grain that would provide full tuition for community college under the plane gets killed, get a job give back students would also have expenses paid like food and transportation system. Exciting day for Virginia, citing day, four students, $36 million will go to the program over the next two years. Individuals that have skills that can go into high demand jobs. They get the salaries on. So obviously when those higher salaries that I had star tax base, and it actually ends up paying for itself, and probably in the next four or five years program kicks off on July 1st Look look at the beauty

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Virginia Becomes First Southern State to Abolish Death Penalty

WBZ Overnight News

00:29 sec | 1 year ago

Virginia Becomes First Southern State to Abolish Death Penalty

"A southern state has done away with capital punishment. Democratic Governor Ralph Northam toward the death chamber of the Greensville Correction Center near Jared Virginia, before signing historic legislation abolishing the death penalty in the state. Signing this new law is the right thing to do. It is the moral thing to do. Virginia has put to death more than 1400 people in its 400 year history, the most of any state. It becomes the first southern state to do away with capital

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Virginia governor to sign legislation ending death penalty

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:54 sec | 1 year ago

Virginia governor to sign legislation ending death penalty

"Today, where the governor just signed legislation ending the death penalty. The Commonwealth is the 23rd state to abolish capital punishment and the first in the south. Here's w T. O P S Michelle bash. There is no place today for the death penalty in this commonwealth in the south are in this nation Governor Ralph Northam says the death penalty is flawed because sometimes innocent people are sent to death row. We can't give out the ultimate Punishment without being 100% sure that we're right. Northam signed. The measure is approved by Virginia's House and Senate after touring the death chamber at the Greensville Correction Center. I know that experience will stay with me for the rest of my life. Since it was a colony, Virginia has put nearly 1400 people to death more than any other state. Michelle Bash w

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Virginia governor to sign legislation ending death penalty

AP News Radio

00:47 sec | 1 year ago

Virginia governor to sign legislation ending death penalty

"I'm Julie Walker governor Ralph Northam is set to signed historic legislation today that will put an end to the death penalty in Virginia a state with a long and prolific history of carrying out executions last month Virginia's new democratic majority won a battle in both the Senate and the house approved bills to end capital punishment the legislation marks a dramatic shift in a state that is executed more people than any other putting to death nearly fourteen hundred since its days as a colony in modern times Virginia is second only to Texas in the number of executions it is carried out with a hundred and thirteen since the Supreme Court reinstated the death penalty in nineteen seventy six the state becomes the twenty third to abolish executions I'm Julie Walker

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Virginia governor to sign legislation ending death penalty for Washington DC-area criminals

John Williams

00:19 sec | 1 year ago

Virginia governor to sign legislation ending death penalty for Washington DC-area criminals

"Governor Ralph Northam is expected to sign historic legislation today that would abolish the death penalty in Virginia. The modern area of the state is second only to Texas and executions carried out 113 since the Supreme Court reinstated the death penalty in 1976.

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Virginia is giving taxpayers a few more weeks to file their state income tax returns

Saturday Morning Update with Rick Fowler

00:27 sec | 1 year ago

Virginia is giving taxpayers a few more weeks to file their state income tax returns

"The record, Virginia's joining Maryland and giving taxpayers a few more weeks to file their state income tax returns Governor Ralph Northam, announcing that the state Department of Taxation is extending the original May 1st deadline. May 17th That change means that this year state returns we do on the same day as federal returns. Earlier this week, Maryland Comptroller Peter Franchot announced an extension on state taxes until July.

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Virginia extends deadline for state income tax returns

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:24 sec | 1 year ago

Virginia extends deadline for state income tax returns

"You'll have more time to file your state taxes in Virginia Governor Ralph Northam. This told the Department of Taxation to extend the state income tax filing and payment deadline from a first Monday, may 17th means Virginia is now aligned with the federal government that has also extended the deadline to May. 17th. Maryland has extended its state income Dad Income tax deadline to July

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Georgia Governor Commemorates 1-Year Anniversary of State's 1st COVID Cases

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:47 sec | 1 year ago

Georgia Governor Commemorates 1-Year Anniversary of State's 1st COVID Cases

"Virginians have died from the coronavirus over the past year, leading the governor to dedicate today to them. Virginia reported its first positive coronavirus case at Fort Belvoir. None of us could have imagined what was coming. That first case was last March. 7th Virginia's first coronavirus death with March 14th one year ago. So Governor Ralph Northam is calling this a day of prayer and remembrance to honor the Virginians who lost their lives, and he's ordered all flags in the Commonwealth to be lowered on state and local buildings today. He says Virginians can see their way through this toe. Every Virginia I thank you for your hard work and sacrifice over this past year. And I encourage you to get vaccinated when your turn come. Check sports

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One year ago, the 1st case of COVID-19 was reported in Virginia

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:52 sec | 1 year ago

One year ago, the 1st case of COVID-19 was reported in Virginia

"Now been one year since the first coronavirus case was confirmed in Virginia. Wt O peacenik. Ionela talked with the state's governor about how he tested positive for the virus and how it continues to affect him. To this day, my wife and her that she was positive and And they said, I need to talk to your husband. And that's when Virginia governor Ralph Northam learned he was a patient in the pandemic. He was shocked as I was totally asymptomatic, but that didn't last north and lost his sense of smell. It was back in September, and it's still hasn't returned. You just don't smell anything or do you smell a little bit or how are you still affected by this? I can't smell a thing. Peanut butter, toothpaste, government you and gum. Nothing. So I look forward to the day when I had my sense of smell back, Nick I Nellie double duty. O P news.

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"governor ralph northam" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

02:07 min | 1 year ago

"governor ralph northam" Discussed on WTOP

"5 34, Virginia Governor, Ralph Northam has ordered flags flown at half staff tomorrow in or Honor of U. S. Capitol police officer and Fairfax County resident resident Brian Sick Nick, who died as a result of injuries sustained while defending the US capital on Wednesday. Democratic Senator Chris Coons of Delaware, says our nation is afflicted by two crises. We have two pandemics raging through this country right now. One of them is this covert 19 pandemic and the other is a pandemic of division and distrust. The way to deal with them is by telling people the truth that vaccines work that we need good role models in terms of masking and social distancing. And that this was a free and fair election where Joe Biden was elected. We need folks who are willing to stand up until the truth in Congress. Kun's appeared on CBS's Face. The Nation. Experts are warning that covert vaccine could become a commodity on the black market. NBC News reporting that the Trump administration has laid the groundwork for the rich and politically connected to use their money to cut in line and get vaccinated before everyone else. There have been reports in Miami of Big Hospital donors getting vaccine and of New York tycoons flying friends to Florida to get shots. The search party continues in Indonesia after a passenger jet went missing delivers have been searching on the water. They've already found pieces of wreckage, bits of the plains, fusing large and tails. Some human remains also good visibility helping that search Now the aircraft was a Boeing 737 500 operated by three where Gioia Air it was flying from the capital, Jakarta to Borneo island on Saturday. The departure was delayed by an hour because of bad weather and the plane lost contact around for me. And it's also after takeoff, according to officials. No survivors have been found. So far that is Fox's Kitty Logan reporting. The plane's black boxes have been located, and officials say Navy divers are confident they will be able to retrieve the two flight recorders when the search operation resumes tomorrow..

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"governor ralph northam" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

03:20 min | 2 years ago

"governor ralph northam" Discussed on WTOP

"Of the matter have been speaking with NBC News. They say the briefing suggested the threat which remains active, maybe potential retaliation for the U. S military's assassination of Iranian military leader General Qasem Soleimani in January. Although the information And provided did not draw a definitive link. Defense Secretary Mark Esper has been traveling in the Middle East and South Asia this week. But the trip was shrouded in even more secrecy than usual, suggesting a possible security concern. The Army took some lessons from shark tank to find some new advances. Federal news networks Scott Maccioni has more welcome to the Dragon Innovation Challenge, the army's spinoff of a certain famous TV show, where contestants pitch business ideas. Army was looking for a way to manage its ranges and found a winner in major Evan Adams. He developed an application for scheduling, managing and forecasting range and land use across the Army. Adams beat out 87 other submissions. The Army will now help Adam Scales invention. He also gets a four day weekend to relax after spending hours. Developing the product. Scott Mosconi federal news network 11 52 on w T o P. Ah lawsuit accuses Redfin of systematic racial discrimination, Several fair housing organism. Asians have filed a lawsuit accusing Redfin of discriminatory practices, the organization say. During a two year investigation, they documented the effects of Redfin's minimum price policy, which requires a home to be listed for certain prices to qualify for full services. As an example, in Detroit last June, full services weren't offered unless homes were listed for at least $700,000. But in surrounding mostly white areas outside the city limits. The minimum price for full services was just $250,000. Pavement. Redfin CEO Glenn Kellman disputed the allegations, but added that the lawsuit raised important questions I might cross CIA Virginia Military Institute Board of Visitors has voted to remove a prominent statue of Confederate General Stonewall Jackson. This follows a Washington Post reporter that detailed extensive racism at the state supported military school Governor Ralph Northam has sense ordered an independent investigation into Vietnamese culture and its superintendent, retired General J. H. Binford. The the third resigned on Monday. It's unclear where the statue of Jackson will go. It may be moved to a battlefield northeast of Harrisonburg, Montgomery County Police are once again warning residents about phone scammers identifying themselves as law enforcement. The tricksters tell you they have a warrant for your arrest for a possible crime and to make the warrant go away, you're told to pay a fine by either providing gift cards, wiring money or mailing payments. One of the calls threatens to cut Social Security benefits. Payments were not made. Here's what it sounds like. If you failed to appear in the sheriff's department, this case will be prosecuted without you and your benefits will be suspended. If you get a call like that. Hang up and call the Montgomery County Police non emergency line to file a report. Coming up in money news more help for small businesses hurt by the Corona virus crisis in Virginia 11 54. Do you suffer from excessive hair loss, thinning or damaged hair or even balding? Have you tried other treatments for thinning hair that didn't work? Then write down this important phone number 17037630118. You.

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"governor ralph northam" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

06:37 min | 2 years ago

"governor ralph northam" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"Different word. Well, happy Friday to you and welcome I hope you have a nice, reasonable weekend planned to do something normal and stay away from the violent Democrat mobs that have fanned out across the country and are destroying In Louisville. There was all kinds of mayhem and bedlam again last night because you know, people are very upset about it. Grand jury proceeding that they don't really know very much about. And that's just the country we live in. I'm sorry to say, But there it is. And the Commonwealth of Virginia just across the mighty Potomac River from our nation's capital, where I reside and where I said at this very moment. We have the Commonwealth and they have they have a group in our there. You know that. You know the governor. His name is Ralph Ralph Northam. He's the guy with the black face. Remember the black face and he was in the the year bit the yearbook photo from his medical school where you got the two guys standing next to each other once in a black face and that pair of plaid pants. I still really A pair of plaid pants or as shocking as the black place. There are Democrats after all. And the Black Panther. I think otter were the same plaid pants while golfing in the movie animal has, And then there's standing next to a guy in the plaid pants with the black space. There's a taller guy. Who's in a full Klan outfit with the Klan hood and the whole thing, And that's of course, Ralph Northam. Remember Ralph Northam apologized for the photo and said he was terribly terribly sorry. And then he got some Democrats to come in crisis management people, and they said, no, don't admit anything. Deny it Deny, deny, Deny. And then they had that ridiculous press conference where he talked about doing the moonwalk and only his poor wife, rolling her eyes and sucking rt stopped him from getting up and doing the moonwalk. At a press conference where he was trying to deny being the guy in the Klan Hood, But we know it's him in the Klan Hood he said he wanted to bring in experts used facial recognition programming. To determine whether that was him in the photo. I don't know if anybody's ever tried that, but you cannot get shoe Polish. Yeah, that's thanks for the tip. He's a Democrat, governor of Virginia of all places, and he's in good stead in good standing with his party. He's the guy in the hood. Well, in any case, now he's got the woman now. And his nickname was Kun. Man. His nick name is Kuhn, man. In the yearbook and then college and medical School Kun Man was his nickname. And he's the guy in the White Knights of the Ku Klux Klan outfit with the pointed white hat and the white robes, and that's that's good man. He's the current governor in 2020. Of the Commonwealth of Virginia, and now they put out a local one of the local news stations. Virginia Governor Ralph Northam, a K Could man and the first lady Pamela North. She's report what he tried to stop him at the Poor lady. It's not good being the first lady of Virginia If your husband is a Democrat governor because they just abuse that they had Terry make awful. Remember that bragging about leaving his wife in the car with their newborn baby on the way home from the hospital so he could go into a fund raiser, leaving in their car shopping and crying and That was okay with him. Don't marry a Democrat in he's running for governor and interested in being governor of Virginia is the first lady Pamela North have tested positive. For the coded 19 for the Wuhan Red Death for the Stars. Cav too, for whatever we're calling it. For the Wu Han. It's just called the woman in red death, the Chinese blue whatever Whatever you want to be. What happened like that college professor last week was suspended for calling it the Chinese flu because they don't believe in free speech. They believe And bowing to Communist China. Mostly they're weak. They're frail. We'd all be speaking German. If so, the governor with his wound. He's got the Wuhan First Lady of Virginia. God bless her has the has the And I assume, See, this is what President Trump has talked about, sometimes wearing a mask or in his case, a hood. That could be a problem You don't wanna wear. Maybe Ralph Northam. He's probably got more tips for people out there. Don't wear this name White Hood every day. Make sure to have your White Hood cleaned periodically because The Wu Han You know how it is. So I'm sure he'll be fun. Apparently, he's asymptomatic, right? The good man, the hooded guy. He's asymptomatic, but Mrs Pamela Northam She's apparently got some symptoms, right? Is that what we're to understand? I feel for her. It's not her fault that her husband's kun man, I guess she did marry movement and the guy in the White Hood and the picture in medical school. Not easy. Alright, we're at 888630962586319625. Democrats and Capitol Hill are looking two term limit the Supreme Court to 18 years. I'm looking to term limit Congress at this point The death of Ruth Bader Ginsberg pushed me to join The Satanic Temple, writes a Democrat woman on the Huffington Post today because Satan is really a terror people, mainstream Democrats stuff now that's wonderful stuff. And the Democrats have turned against mail in voting. That happened quickly, You know, live because it turns out everything President Trump said, was right. Turns out everything President Trump said was right. About the mail in ballots and it's going to cause chaos and confusion and ballots will be disqualified and ballots will be lost. And it turns out all of it is true. So now they're ah, they're getting all spun up about and they sound like President Trump. It's almost funny if it weren't so pathetic. These people are a disgrace to humanity. To Haman IMS. Haman is no hominids. Thes people, man. Oh, man. So there it is, where we are at 86309625 and the new documents the new text messages released yesterday by legal action, demonstrating that the FBI under James Comey was even more corrupt than we thought before, And that's pretty difficult. I must say, as Grimley is to say, I must say that it is it is. Maybe it isn't worse than we thought. Is that the right.

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"governor ralph northam" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

01:32 min | 2 years ago

"governor ralph northam" Discussed on WTOP

"Didn't talk about what was next for the Supreme Court, but Joe Biden did. Voters should pick the president. The president should pick justice just like in 2016, adding Ginsberg. For all of us. Jackie Quinn. Washington D. C. Mayor, Muriel Bouncer called Ginsberg, a champion of justice who changed the lives of millions. Maryland governor Larry Hogan said she was a Trailblazer for women's rights, and Virginia governor Ralph Northam said her death leaves a tremendous void in the Supreme Court and in our country. There's more reaction to the justices. Death at w t o p dot com Who will replace Ruth Bader Ginsburg on the Supreme Court? CBS NEWS Congressional correspondent Nancy Courtis reports. Republicans want a successor confirmed quickly. The passing of Ruth Bader Ginsberg sets up a Senate battle that could make the fight over Justice Brett Kavanaugh look like a minor spat. Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell is vowing to hold a vote on President Trump's nominee. Whoever it is the weather, McConnell will have the votes to do that before the November election remains an open question. That's because to Senate Republicans have already said they think it's inappropriate to hold that vote so close to an election and McConnell can on ly afford to lose one more Republican coming up on w T O P. You don't want to mail in your ballot, but you also don't want a vote in person what to do. We've got the answer in a moment, a 35 your business degree or certificate.

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"governor ralph northam" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

03:08 min | 2 years ago

"governor ralph northam" Discussed on WTOP

"Virginia Governor Ralph Northam is speaking right now, and he says more people are unemployed, more help is needed when it comes to paying rent and utility bills. And the utility shutoff moratorium that went into effect earlier this summer in Virginia expires tomorrow. So I've asked the SEC to please extend the moratorium through October defense. This will give the General Assembly the time that they need to finalize the budget and address this very important issue. GOVERNOR North UMS proposed budget includes a moratorium on utility shut offs and help with expenses as the economy continues to suffer because of the virus pandemic. Meantime, Corona virus cases are slightly down in the D C area, but One local doctor says that it's too early to tell if that will continue. It really depends both on what happened in neighborhood and what happens since Dr Joshua Sharfstein, vice dean for public health practice and community engagement at Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health, said. If people let their guard down, we could see an increase in Corona virus cases over a 4 to 6 week period sort of stable at a moderate level. Of transmission. Still with a little bit of a decline, Northern Virginia reported its fewest New cove in 19 cases over two months with 757 new cases reported Monday merely reported 536 new cases on Monday, a slight decrease from the day before, and it's seven day average number of death has been his lowest since April. 3rd DC also saw slight declines in the seven day average number of cases since the beginning of August. Valerie Bonked w T O P News to 22 people who serve in the military are about 21% more likely to die by Suicide and civilians some advice from an expert. If you're having a tough time is sure to take time to do things that help us to calm down that distract us from stressful situations. Professor of psychiatry and behavioral health at the Ohio State University Craig Brian course, these things don't always solve the problem. They're not magic bullets that get rid of things, but what it does is, it helps us to ride the wave and get through those tough times. There is a veteran's crisis lifeline for military and there Family members. The number is 802 73 Talk 273 TALK. Christy came w T O P News Episcopal Church of Maryland is making reparations to the black community for using slaves to build many of its churches. So the Baltimore Sun is reporting the diocese has set up a million dollar fund to help with many aspects of life. Million dollars is 20% of the diocese budget. The bishop thinks the funds should go toward job training, urgent care centers, housing assistance and other efforts. Hispanic Heritage Month begins today in Maryland. In Maryland Governor Larry Hogan has issued a proclamation honoring the Latino community from now until October. 15th. That proclamation calls Maryland's growing Hispanic population a strong and vibrant and it's a key part of the fabric of the state has made great contributions to both states and country. Up next in money and you say, Where is that toilet paper From Brennan Hazleton..

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"governor ralph northam" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

02:19 min | 2 years ago

"governor ralph northam" Discussed on WTOP

"Tough words coming from former Florida Attorney General Pam Bondi a few months after 100 by enjoying that corrupt company's board. The Obama Biden State Department began doing business with him even when it remained under investigation for corruption. And a few moments ago, a taped presentation of a naturalization ceremony at the White House witness by President Trump Relations. You're now fellow citizens of the greatest nation. On the face of God's Earth. Congratulations. Who of the Trump Children? Tiffany and Eric have spoken tonight And in the next half hour, the featured speaker of the evening, first lady Melania Trump. She will speak from the Rose Garden, CBS News Special Report. I'm Steve Futterman and one of the speakers at the convention tonight, Mary Ann Mendoza was pulled hours before she was set to address The nation after she tweeted an anti Semitic Q and on conspiracy and later apologized for that, she writes tonight. My apologies for not paying attention to the intent of the whole message that does not reflect my feelings or personal thoughts whatsoever. A judge in Virginia this evening ruled a lawsuit that seeks to stop the state from removing a statue of Confederate General Robert E. Lee in Richmond can proceed. The decision means the case may go to trial in the fall. The state had asked the judge to dismiss the suit. While he rejected the request. He did narrow the scope of the lawsuit. Governor Ralph Northam announced plans in June to remove the massive state owned statue on Richmond's famed Monument Avenue. A newly formed group of minority basketball coaches wants colleges across the country to turn their arenas and stadiums into voting centers on Election Day. Black coaches United, which features both men's and women's coach, is released a statement to ESPN announcing its hope that universities will participate and make voting more accessible on November 3rd former Georgetown coach John Thompson. The third is among them that spark an Oriole Park will be Voting centers in our area. 10 23 on w T. O p still ahead in Money News, a store chain known for its customer service has not been spared from the sting of covert. Hello. Hi. This is exterior medics confirming that will be at your home tomorrow morning to work on your siding. While we're there. We'll stay outside and we'll be happy to communicate by phone or from a safe social distance..

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"governor ralph northam" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

02:15 min | 2 years ago

"governor ralph northam" Discussed on WTOP

"19 order is issued by Virginia governor Ralph Northam will stand for now. A federal judge denied a request to block the orders while a challenge is heard. A trial date is set for late August. John Tyga's Who on Zion Springs Vineyard in Loudon County is suing, claiming the governor exceeded his authority. As the pandemic progresses, more people are being tested, and that means delays in getting the results. Some are returning to work, others taking a trip and a lot of them want to be tested employers who are requesting employees to be tested or individuals just not restricted to the state home order and our going out about to get Dr program, she buries the chief deputy commissioner for public health and preparedness in Virginia. And he says, Because of all that activity, they've been doing more testing for outbreaks of outbreaks occurring and parts of the statements. On the eastern side, beginning to increase. All those tests are bogging down the labs, especially commercial ones, causing a week or longer, weighted times for results. State Lab backups aren't too severe, and he says they're planning to spend their federal stimulus dollars toe work on increasing their testing capacity. Michelle Morello w T o P News The end of a federal moratorium on evictions is coming up and facing a potential avalanche of evictions. Maryland Governor Larry Hogan just told out more than $2 million in eviction prevention funding to eight counties, but not including Montgomery and Prince George's counties and the first wave of Hogan's $30 million eviction prevention program. Officials in Montgomery County, where some 20,000 households are at risk of eviction, have told lawmakers they will need state help to avoid a tsunami of evictions. State lawmakers and advocates have called on Governor Hogan to allocate more state funding to rental relief and to extend the state's moratorium on evictions. Fairfax County Police are investigating a crash that killed in Alexandria government official 61 year old Robert Bloom died yesterday morning when his SUV veered off North King's Highway a telegraph road and struck a utility pole. Bloom was a public safety systems have been the straighter in the Department of emergency and customer communications for Alexandria. Is a correlation between racism and dementia. Experiencing racism could raise the risk of dementia for black women..

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"governor ralph northam" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

01:47 min | 2 years ago

"governor ralph northam" Discussed on WTOP

"Can't have that in our country that contradicts the president's assertion that he was in the bunker for an inspection Barr also told fox news the action last Monday to expand the for women are around the White House in Lafayette square was a reaction to three days of extremely violent demonstrations right across from the White House liberty university president Jerry Falwell junior has apologized for tweeting a racist photo that appeared in governor Ralph Northam is medical school yearbook Falwell's apology comes after nearly three dozen black alumni denounced him last week writing a letter that his rhetoric is repeatedly violated a member misrepresented Christian principles a black pastor who was an online instructor for liberty resigned because of Falwell's tweet a Maryland man has agreed to plead guilty to a hate crime charge involving graffiti found at Salisbury university that threaten black students with lynching fifty four year old Jerome Jackson who is black is scheduled to appear in a formal plea hearing on Friday according to his plea agreement Jackson will also take responsibility for for other incidents involving racist and sometimes gender discriminatory graffiti on campus last year Daniel Radcliffe the star of the Harry potter franchise responded to franchise creator JK Rollings controversial tweets about gender identity Radcliffe directly addressed fans who may have felt pain reading the author's comments which some labeled transphobic rolling has often come under fire by the large potter fandom for her social media posts Radcliffe doesn't have a public presence on social media he wrote a response to Rollings comments in a blog post for the Trevor project a nonprofit devoted to suicide prevention among LGBTQ plus you've it's seven fifty four hi it's read a Catholic ladies have you been told that your pelvic pain is normal or that you should watch and wait rather than.

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"governor ralph northam" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

05:09 min | 2 years ago

"governor ralph northam" Discussed on WTOP

"Not changing its policies but the marine county executive Marc Elrich did not offer a date for reopening stressing the health data will lead any decision if we step off and allow people to do what they were doing before we're not gonna see anything but an increase in those cases we need to be careful and we're going to continue to be careful our it's expressed concern for residents travelling to other counties to go out to dinner or go to shop and offered criticism of the governor's decision to re open I think you should wait until the case is running at least on the downturn for some period of time so that you knew that you had more control over the virus that we have right now that can clarity WTOP news WTOP's Kristi king tells us prince George's county is also not ready to move ahead this week restrictions are in place until at least June first we're not close because we don't care open county executive Angela also Brooks nine deaths per day say that it's not safe for us to do that deaths and infections have to decline first just this past weekend we reached a new high of one hundred and ninety two the positive cove it nineteen patients in our acute care also Brooks says the county also needs more contact tracers Kristy king WTOP news and Calvert county has voted to extend its emergency declaration for a month that declaration was set to expire tomorrow moving over to Charles county and southern Maryland it's made a decision as to whether it will move into Maryland's first phase of re opening tomorrow Charles county's board of commissioners decide to delay its move into phase one of re opening by two weeks but it wasn't a unanimous vote board member Bobby Rucci I like the governor's order and let businesses reopen three the other five members weren't for that this comes as the trend show positive cases declining in hospitals not over burdened Reuben Collins president board of commissioners who voted for the delay says he understands small businesses are hurting but we also recognize that there needs to be an additional level of education he says the delay will also offer a regional approach to re opening in cooperation with neighboring prince George's county which continues to see the virus spread Mike Morello WTOP news the other side of the coin now Ocean City Maryland has lifted short term rental restrictions the mayor made the announcement during a special city council meeting this afternoon the mayor says health guidelines and social distancing still need to be followed ocean city's boardwalk and beach partially re opened last weekend Rehoboth beach Delaware partially reopens this weekend one Virginia begins phase one of its re opening tomorrow its own capital will remain under the current state home orders governor Ralph Northam says tonight that he is granted the city of Richmond's request to delay implementing phase one that's likely a two weeks away achromatic county on the eastern shore was granted a two week delay as well this all follows similar delay in northern Virginia more than a dozen DC government employees were overpaid more than two hundred thousand dollars because of a clerical mistake our news partners at NBC four reports for several months last year the fourteen D. dot employees who primarily do road maintenance were overpaid a total of two hundred four thousand dollars including payroll and benefits those in charge said the mistake has been fixed in a couple of human resources employees have been disciplined still to come a lot of people around here are sheltering in place alone we'll talk to a psychotherapist in a couple of minutes about why it's really important that you tell somebody if you're feeling depressed or having trouble coping we can't be side by side but we can certainly use technology to communicate we'll get into all that coming up here on WTOP it's ten oh eight and we're glad you're with us prevent the spread of viruses with Michael and sons germicidal UV C. go to Michael and son dot com traffic and weather on the aids and when it breaks on the in a loop of the beltway in Annandale near two thirty six AM on wet pavement the work is set up in traffic does get by in two lanes to the right west of the beltway moving well and no reported issues through Maryland or Virginia two seventy north bound through Gaithersburg heading past Montgomery village Avenue north Montgomery village Avenue and through the Watkins mill project traffic it's piped into lanes to the right southbound on route fifteen after twenty six it's a single file squeezing by the works on their route eighty west in their battle west of two seventy Newpark mills road accident involving a motorcycle the medivac has left route eighty is still blocked the west of I two seventy south bound on three ninety five heading past Duke street and through the work zone single file white squeeze by squeezes by the works on continuing on to ninety five though no issues reported northbound or southbound throb prince went through Stafford county's through Fredericksburg heading south of Fredericksburg and south of exit one eighteen Thornburg is we'll start to see that the late as working way toward Ladysmith and it's through the work zone it's a paving project and single file left he is squeezing by WTOP reporters are driven by fitz Gerald auto mall from test drives it home to free service pick up and delivery to the customer appreciation program at fit small dot com that's the fits way jury both WTOP traffic along front straight across the region we have a weak disturbance coming our way it'll be a risk of a shower or thunderstorm through the evening hours I'm gonna look for partly cloudy skies and lows will be in the fifties to around sixty five you'll.

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"governor ralph northam" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

02:12 min | 2 years ago

"governor ralph northam" Discussed on WTOP

"Governor Ralph Northam we strongly urge those age sixty five and over to self quarantine flees protect yourselves and all DMV locations now are closed conducting business online as for licenses and registrations expiring by may fifteenth we will grant a sixty day extension in northern Virginia Kristy king WTOP news is do you see there are new resources for those whose wallets are hardest hit by the corona virus including workers who need unemployment protections the decent excuse me the DC council has unanimously approved an emergency bill councilmember Vincent graces the emergency bill that passed the council unanimously extends unemployment protections for workers who are laid off or see their our shortens comprehensive package of legislative initiatives initiatives addresses many of the challenges the district will face the bill also offers grants to nonprofits and independent contractors prohibit stockpiling evictions and utilities from shutting customers off among other things councilmember David Grosso touted his colleagues city employees and businesses for working together we have seen everybody step up to the plate to try to make sure this crisis doesn't take us under Meghan clarity WTOP news a suspicious man in a surgical mask claiming to be conducting corona virus testing showed up in a couple of homes in bully today police are urging her not to let him in no matter where you are and to call them instead the man is described as black in his late twenties to early thirties wearing a blue surgical mask in an orange vest over a black hoodie bully police say he first knocked on the door of a home on Pennypacker lane and said he was inspecting for covert nineteen he was not allowed inside and he left but a little over an hour later the resident of a home on fourteenth street says a man fitting the same description walked in an unlocked door the resident confronted the man and the guy started to talk but when a dog started barking he fled police say no car was spotted in connection with this case Michelle Basch WTOP news we have declared winner in the Florida democratic presidential primary it's Joe Biden we will check in with our colleague Stephen shepherd over a political coming up stay with us tonight on your election station WTOP and for all the latest on the pandemic tonight traffic.

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"governor ralph northam" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

02:43 min | 2 years ago

"governor ralph northam" Discussed on WTOP

"Commonwealth minor differences between the state house and Senate versions will have to be worked out in committee before that bill heads to governor Ralph Northam for his signature the to your health sponsored by my eye doctor doctors of optometry they said my eye doctor dot com a university of Maryland student who has celiac disease is suing the school claiming in a lawsuit that the school deliberately served her food containing gluten Hannah Smith says she and her father spoke to the university about her dietary needs in the school sure they'd be accommodating the lawsuit says Smith will serve gluten at least three times in the twenty seventeen eighteen year she was hospitalized on one occasion the university declined to comment viral videos show people doing what they call challenges on tick tock or Snapchat and those challenges can sometimes be dangerous an expert warns parents to talk to their kids one example the serial challenge I know this is incredible to even believe because it's so stupid but you use somebody else's mouth as a cereal bowl and you fill their mouths up was cereal and milk and then you eat out of their mouth and it's messy and weird and funny but it's also a really serious choking hazard author Leslie Morgan Steiner says viral challenges are a great way to talk with kids about the internet kind of get in and get out and deliver two important messages be skeptical about what you see on the internet and don't do anything dangerous consider exercising parental authority on challenges they're too dangerous and you're not allowed to do them Kristy king WTOP news new concerns about milk and a possible link with breast cancer a new study suggests a link between drinking milk and breast cancer according to researchers at Loma Linda university health in California drinking as little as one Cup of milk per day could increase breast cancer risk by up to fifty percent two cups of milk and eighty percent increased risk the study authors say they have fairly strong evidence that either dairy milk or some other factor closely related to drinking dairy milk is a cause of breast cancer in women one theory is the sex hormone content of dairy milk in that often seventy five percent of the dairy herd is pregnant Jim Kennedy CBS news food and drug administration has issued a warning letter to the Jimmy John's sandwich chain saying certain vegetables that it served were implicated in five outbreaks of E. coli or salmonella in the past seven years that literate cues is the chain of engaging in a pattern of receiving and selling what it calls adulterated fresh produce specifically clover sprouts and cucumbers Jimmy Johns president says the chain has remove sprouts from all of its locations until further notice UP next in money here's a check on how we're doing paying down our debt seven twenty four the results.

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