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Florida - Governor DeSantis Says He Hasn’t Decided When To Reopen Schools
"Meanwhile students will continue distant learning this year for now governor Rauner said to says he's made no decision about a possible return date obviously it's going to be based on safety it's gonna be based on consultation with the superintendents the parents and so we're just in a situation where we've got to see where we're going it doesn't mean that they are going to go back but I think we just need to get down this road a little bit further governor says he's planning on creating a task force to determine strategies for re opening the state's various sectors including education restaurants gyms as well
"governor rauner" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio
"Only governor Rauner says his administration and reclassified thousands of state jobs are once exempt from anti patriots protections that means arguing administration can't saddle a succeeding administration with political appointees. People who are adopted often have a difficult time getting their records and for adoptees in Indiana. The process just became a tougher a law passed last July, Indiana open doors. For people who were adopted and seeking their birth records since then Indiana State Department of health officials tell the AP they've received more than thirty three hundred requests. But it could take more than five months to process each of them, some dump tease who completed their paperwork shortly after the law was put in place are in fact, still waiting for a response adoption records and Indiana had been closed from nineteen forty one through nineteen Ninety-three until now Felicia middlebrooks, NewsRadio on one five point nine FM. Venezuelan president Madero aquatic coup arresting twenty seven years in the national guard. But you ROY ficials say more arrests could come political opposition leaders have called for a nationwide protest on Wednesday aimed at driving president Madero from office. President Trump and vice president Pence have not responded to lady Gaga calling out there policies during her Las Vegas show last Saturday. According to fan video shot by CARA at Gaga. A more lady Gaga called for President Donald Trump to reopen. The government for the people who live paycheck to paycheck. She took aim at vice President Mike Pence whose wife recently took a job at a Virginia school, which says it can refuse to employ gay and lesbian teachers or enroll children with gay or lesbian. Parents..
"governor rauner" Discussed on WGN Radio
"Well, governor Rauner on the campaign trail today. I head of his final televised debate in Quincy tomorrow night with democratic candidate. Jay Pritzker, the governor once again blame house speaker, Mike Madigan for the stage problems. That whole crowd for -rupt tax fight tax cheese. No more. We gotta stand against the new poll shows Pritzker with a double digit lead over the governor. As Cook County board president Toni preckwinkle reportedly prepares to enter the mayoral race. She presented a new budget. Today's budget bills on the considerable progress. We've made during my eight years in office to reform and reshape Cook County into a government that truly serves all of its residence. Whether you're from Evanston, Englewood, Poelman or Palatine, you can expect a government working for you. Then new budget is balanced and shows revenue growth with no hikes and taxes fees, fines or layoffs, a new poll me new man, rather Jason Van Dyke may not be the only officer convicted of a crime in connection to the shooting death of seventeen year old Liqun McDonald WGN's Eric wrong has the story. Jason Van Dyke may have been convicted of the most serious crime of killing McDonald. But there are three more officers were there that night who will face trial. Riles of their own former detective, David March officer Thomas Gaffney and van dykes partner that night back in two thousand fourteen Joe Walsh, all are accused of filing false reports to exaggerate the threat McDonald pose all are expected to go on trial next month. Eric wrong, WGN news and hurricane. Michael is left. Extensive damage in Panama City with broken up rooted trees and power lines down nearly everywhere roofs were peeled off home split. Open by fallen trees twisted street signs lay on the ground. Residents emerged early Wednesday tonight to assess damage when rain stock though skies were still overcast, and Wendy and stocks took their worst loss in eight months is investors ramped up their selling of high flying technology and internet stocks. The Dow Jones industrial average sank eight hundred and thirty one points with the five hundred falling for the fifth day in a row, traffic, sports and weather next on WGN. There's a reason we invented things like same day delivery.
Medical Marijuana Expansion Bill Allows Cannabis As Opioid Alternative
"Here you know the governor earlier this week signed a Bill to expand the medical marijuana experiment in, Chicago which is a big deal because governor Rauner by and large has not been I don't want, to say he's been a big. Supporter of the program, but he's. Not been big when it comes to expanding it in and he certainly did this. Week and it has to do, with opioid deaths almost two thousand people died of opioid deaths in Illinois in two thousand sixteen seventy two thousand around the country and the governor is going to allow medical. Marijuana to be used in replace of what. In. Percocet vicodin Oxycontin and things like that What do you make of the governor's move Well I think it is an. Interesting approach to thinking about the opioid epidemic the idea presumably is that a significant component of the opioid epidemic reflects people who develop problems with opioid addiction after receiving prescriptions from their physician for. Any number of things that might require opiates and the idea is that if you can use an alternative, to opiates to help manage those patients symptoms perhaps you can minimize some of the addiction and some the. Problem that, we're seeing that a good assumption I mean how big of? A, problem does come from prescriptions. From doctors well that's a really good question I think that we're just really now learning more about How the epidemic has developed and there are some data that show that some people develop. Addiction problems, after receiving, prescriptions but but someday to show that there's really not a lot of. People, in fact there was a recent study that was published looking at people. Who hadn't been hadn't been using opiates and had some kind of procedure and were prescribed opiates and it turned out that less than one percent of the people who had prescriptions developed problems so. It's a little bit unclear if that's gonna make a big difference in the opioid crisis or where all, of this is coming from and I think the thing for me that's so important about all this and. Raising awareness, is the need for us to know more about it we? Need, we really we really need. More research on who's who's developing problems why they're developing Problems and what is their pathway to that issue so even if it isn't going to alleviate a greatly alleviate the opioid crisis when it. Comes to addiction could you make the argument that it's still medical marijuana is still overall a safer and perhaps maybe not more effective but at. Least a. Safer and, effective replacement for these drugs or do we not even, know that yet Well I think, those are two different questions in terms of the safety issues you know. They're they're they're they're really guests from marijuana alone is highly unlikely we've seen it happened probably in. Kids so at their children are, more susceptible to that kind of extreme, problem but so in in that respect perhaps maybe medical marijuana is, safer, the question about efficacy though I think is an unanswered question and that's in my opinion where we need really a. Lot more work there's some good data that shows that medical marijuana helps improve, nausea in patients who are, receiving chemotherapy it helps adults with chronic pain and it helps adults with multiple sclerosis and some of the specificity issues, there's emerging data about its use I but I don't think? We have great data about whether or not Not marijuana's better than an opiate, for say you. Know an orthopedic. Procedure like if you, broke, your bone and had had a, surgery that way so that I think there's a lot of questions about. Efficacy that remain and you know marijuana maybe safer in some ways and opiates but there's there's huge. Problems with marijuana to you can, have marijuana abuse that's a that's a problem there's you know all kinds of issues related to marijuana use, in, pregnancy and its impact on the unborn child or young children so There's just a lot of unanswered questions so those of us who know nothing about it but has strong. Opinions You. Know well this is obviously the doctors were over prescribing this whole. Thing these opioids they're giving about like candy you seem to be making the case that that's not necessarily true I would like to say that, I don't think we entirely know when you look, when you look at when you look at the NIH website when you look at a lot, of reputable websites there is definitely, this contention that a lot of prescription prescribing patterns have led to this issue and I'm, not necessarily refuting that but what I am trying, to bring awareness to is the fact that if we us. If we sort of pivot how we do, things we need to really think carefully about what, we're pivoting to and if we're. Pivoting to the right, thing we don't know a lot about. Medical marijuana yet. And we need. To learn more if we do pivot it's going to be a big. Pivotal seems like right there. Were forty two thousand patients are approved. Now in the medical marijuana program in Illinois last year about two point Three million. Patients received opioid. Painkiller prescriptions so it has the ability to to dramatically expand the medical. Marijuana experiment in this state Yeah potentially potentially a. Could I think. That, that's to, be
Happy Birthday, Minifig! Lego's Tiny Plastic People Turn 40
"Point nine FM plowed e in most of Chicago land Some areas already starting to see that. Sunshine we'll all be seeing it by later on this afternoon. High today of seventy. Five degrees no rain in the forecast tomorrow sunshine high of seventy five sixty nine right now at O'Hare, seventy midway sixty eight degrees along Chicago's lakefront WBZ news time eight twenty one Our top story this hour in
Ex-cop found guilty of murder in fatal shooting of black teenager
"Verdict. Form weeks as, follows we the jury unanimously find the. Defendant guilty of murder as charged in the indictment, that's the verdict in the case against a former, police officer in, Texas ROY Oliver becomes. The first officer found guilty of murder. In Dallas county since nineteen seventy three. He was convicted of killing fifteen year old Jordan Edwards last year when he fired into a carful of teens leaving a house
Catholics can take steps to expose priests' sexual abuse in the Church
"News, time, is three. O'clock let's get to the newsroom, in Vic Vaughn thanks Nick, fair skies in sixty four degrees at O'Hare governor Rauner signed a Bill creating a merit based scholarship program for Illinois students and a task, force that acts as a liaison between high schools and colleges governor says it's an initiative focused to making college cheaper and Illinois enrollment. At public universities and, community colleges in Illinois have dropped by
"governor rauner" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio
"Thirty good evening I'm Mary him so these are the top stories on NewsRadio WBZ m. President Trump is now tweeting that his summit with Vladimir Putin was a success more coming up from CBS news governor Rauner joins the chorus of those criticizing. Trump's handling of the Russia's situation a Las Vegas hotel is suing victims of a mass shooting and the full. House is closed. In San Francisco WB VM sports this is Dave Kerner baseball's all-star game sees the American League leading the National League two. To one in the seventh inning Wilson contrary us with a home run for. The National League's run WBZ. Business the Dow closed up today fifty five points at twenty five thousand one nineteen NASDAQ. Up forty nine points SNP up eleven seventy degrees at O'Hare at seventy one at midway sixty nine, at the lakefront CBS news update President Trump tweeted tonight that Only the fake news media doesn't they his meeting with Vladimir Putin was. A great success earlier he tried to. Walk back his. Comment in Helsinki that suggested he believes Russia's denial of meddling in the two thousand sixteen presidential election he spoke at a meeting with members of congress that the meeting that I had with President Putin was really strong we'll be having future meetings. And we'll see whether or not that comes to fruition Democrats want to hear from the interpreter who was in. The room with. Mr. Trump and Putin to find out what happened in their two hour meeting CBS contributor Sabrina Siddiqui democrat certainly believe that. The president has been far from sufficient and trying to atone for what he. Said in Helsinki they are. Calling for hearings on Capitol Hill they want the president's national security team to come and. Testify before congress CBS news update I'm Pam Coulter WBZ news time nine thirty two Illinois Governor Bruce, rounder says he's proud of What his administration has done since the suspicions of Russian election hacking surface he's among many Republicans. Criticizing Trump support of Russian President Vladimir? Putin soon as we got wind of this we asked. Our department of information technology which frankly I believe is now one of the best in the United States we asked them to help. Our state board of elections the state board has its own independent entity I've been getting reports on their progress I. Believe we've made major strides to really tighten the security and safety and integrity of. Our election system in the state of Illinois speaking to reporters round are also praised his administration's department of innovation and technology and the Illinois state board of elections, for. How they, have handled the matter here more than three hundred artifacts from thirty six year congressional career are up for auction. And they belong to the lake Chicago congressman. Dan Rostenkowski owner and auction near at lot fourteen auctions in casper sees. The auction as. A way to keep the history, of Chicago politics, alive business. As usual for nineteen sixty nineteen Seventies eighties Kogyo is you know, something people still look back on either fondly or some vilification but it's it's interesting either way. Rostenkowski was indicted on federal corruption charges in one thousand nine hundred. Ninety four and was pardoned by President, Bill Clinton before passing away in two, thousand, ten, a university of Illinois alarm is getting paid off to stop selling. T shirts shirts say make Illinois great again withdrawing of. The schools former mascot chief allina work the. News gazette reports the university reached the. Settlement with Ted O'Malley after suing him in March for violating its trademarks for the word Illinois and a copyrighted photo commissioned by the. School in exchange for a seventy five hundred dollar payment O'Malley is agreed to, stop selling the t shirt and did not sell similar t shirts in the future university is agreed not to challenge O'Malley's make Illinois great again trademark and to dismiss its lawsuit Jim News Radio on. One zero, five point nine FM MGM in Las Vegas..
"governor rauner" Discussed on WGN Radio
"Big things that i believe that drives a lot of the viruses economic issues and as far as it relates economically i think that governor rauner has probably done better any governor making sure that african americans have access the state contracts when he took office african american contracts were less than one percent of all the state contracts that's totally unfair and so he's put things in law he's put things in play on to make sure that african americans get opportunities and and that they get the chance to to to get contracts in therefore they will be able to hire people from the community to do work and that alone is a big big step no other governor has ever done that in the history of illinois on line one is al hey al jump in there you're on wgn hi let me try it again hi there you go ahead you're on the air i think that is comment and it sounded like isn't they all sorts of the problem is very similar to trump's when trump is chicago just about the same thing your point is well i think a lot of people do not take the violence issue seriously at least that's what i've i've i've heard say trump is unfairly bashing say when i really do you have a problem so i i just wanna ask him if he's if he has the same analysis and trump you like the idea of the national guard for instance coming out nah i like the idea of national guard coming in trump's trump his reason and his analysis is purely politically motivated for trump when he bashes chicago about the violence it is not to put a light or to helps acog oh it's it's for his own political gain now i don't have a problem with using violence that's going on in chicago because it is a fact if you're going to try to make sure that you put things in place that are going to assist but if you're just using it for political gain and you're using it just for good tv get media that's that's not compassionate that's not.
University of Louisville drops Papa John's name from stadium
"Thousands of dollars for an underage girl on a twitter post thirty five year old george ambrose of dire charged with child solicitation possession of chopper nagasaki and obscene performance court records say he was arranging for the solicitation and purchase of a minor for cash and hosting various obscene images and videos of child pornography on his twitter account the vice president in rosemont today touting trump administration policies and their impact on illinois mike pence saying manufacturing is the lifeblood of the mid west there's another for instance more than six million americans have already received a bonus a pay raise our bigger benefits including fifty five thousand workers here in illinois have gotten a pay raise or a bonus pence was introduced by governor rauner about a dozen protesters gathered along river road during that visit twelve russians indicted for allegedly trying to interfere with the us election the announcement coming as president trump is set to meet with vladimir putin senator chuck schumer is calling for the president to cancel his upcoming meeting with russian president vladimir putin senator mark warner the ranking democrat on the senate intelligence committee says he's afraid the president could be taken advantage of there should be no one on one meeting between this president and mr putin there needs to be other americans in the room republican senators jeff flake and cory gardner have also spoken out hoping the president takes a hard line with putin janine norman abc news washington the fallout continues for papa john's and its founder reports of papa john's founder john schneider used a racial slur during a conference call in may several organizations have started distancing themselves from the company the mlb says it's indefinitely suspended promotions with papa john's the miami marlins did the same and now the new york yankees also say it's suspended its relationship with the company the university of louisville also announced friday it was dropping papa john's name from its football stadium and removing john schnatter's name from its center for free enterprise mark remillard abc news new york and now wgn community corners here's ryan burrow waterpark lincoln we had to joliet and the splash waterpark located at twenty eight seventy shanahan road built in two thousand two as a joint venture by the city of joliette and joliette park district this railroad themed waterpark includes relaxing attractions like tumbleweed past lazy river at pelican ponds zero depth pool for the kids but also a tangle of water slides tunnel and gauntlets this park also hosts birthday parties i'm ryan burrow with community corners and wgn radio and.
Rescue operation underway to save boys trapped in cave
"O'clock is brought to you by car for kids and mr schwab and good morning we have sunny skies and sixty four at o'hare the operation to rescue those twelve boys and their soccer coach in thailand from a flooded cave is now underway officials lawn the operation overnight the rescue of all thirteen expected to take up to four days the first boy expected to be brought out of the cave later this morning here's abc's matt got me poured here today and it's going to continue to rain hard over the next couple of days there is serious concern about more water inside that cave that as the oxygen level has been reduced their over the past couple of days so they are really racing against the clock here and we have word that the first of the rescued boys may arrive around nine o'clock our time we certainly will be following this story all morning four people were hurt when an air ambulance heading for a southside hospital crashed along i fifty seven near the bishop ford yesterday here's wgn's eric rung there were transporting one patient who we are told that was in critical condition on their way to the gary airport that patient is still in critical condition a patient being transported already critical and the flight crew also taken to area hospitals word is they're in stable edition of phoenix immigration judge says a oneyearold honduran boys case raises red flags over a looming court ordered deadline for the trump administration to re unite small children with their families also a federal judge in san diego has given the administration until next tuesday to reunite kids under five with their parents and until july twenty sixth for all others on the dan ryan expressway yesterday thousands of people marching along the expressway in the northbound lanes drawing attention to the cities gun violence governor rauner called the shutdown unacceptable and in a tweet yesterday the mayor said that the peaceful the protest was peaceful no injuries were reported an offduty at city police officer was treated for a gunshot wound yesterday after being shot during an exchange of gunfire getting out of his car the officer said to people exchanged shots with them they drove off the investigations continuing sports traffic.
First mosquitoes with West Nile found in suburbs
"Seven thirty good evening of keith johnson with a top stories on newsradio w bbn atop north korean diplomat is in new york for meetings at the way for a presidential summit will love date from cbs news state experts say first mosquitoes with the west nile virus have been found in the chicago suburbs governor rauner state lawmakers article police officer who stopped a potentially deadly school shooting wbz sports this is dave kerner pirates lead the cops two to one in the fourth in pittsburgh white sox lose to the indians nine to one in cleveland the tribune reports north western football will play wisconsin november of two thousand twenty at wrigley field on the market today dow closing up three hundred six points nasdaq up sixty five and the sp up about thirty four the newswatch continues at seven thirty one cbs news update secretary of state mike pompeo has been meeting in new york with the senior north korean official on a rare visit to the us cbs's margaret brennan says it's part of the planning for president trump summit with north korea's kim jong hoon now about two weeks off this summit at the highest level here in new york with the two national security advisers and then you have in singapore white house officials meeting with north koreans to work on the logistics the nuts and bolts of what this would look like when the leaders come face to face and then between north and south korea at the demilitarized zone you have very experienced diplomats who are sitting down to talk about what may actually be possible cbs's mola langey says kim yong troll is a close aide of the north korean leader kim in secretary pompeii oh have been face to face twice before during pompeii trips to pyongyang but this will be the first time the two have talked in america cbs news update i'm pam coulter newswatch continues at seven thirty two the first sign of west nile virus the surface in illinois illinois department of public health says they've found the first mosquitoes to test positive for west nile this year the north shore mosquito abatement district collected mosquitoes last week in glenview and morton grove no human cases of west nile have been reported so far this year but health experts warned residents to be aware and to keep screen doors shut eliminate any standing water where mosquitoes can breed and where insect repellent last year there were ninety human cases including a depths lisa fielding newsradio one zero five point.
"governor rauner" Discussed on WCPT 820
"Default property taxes to shoot up dramatically so look that is dead on arrival his own party hates that concept and it goes back to my point that governor governor rauner in this budget process just like in the last one is frankly irrelevant and whatever his ideas as crazy as they are not even his own party supports are there just his ideas and i don't believe that they are contingent with actually getting a budget because there are local school districts that say we were verge of of bankruptcy before we got the change in the school formula and now we are we're pulling out we're finally because of the change in the school formula and more money coming to our district we're just now pulling out of the out of out of the the mir crisis we were in and now the governor proposes increasing costs on our district i just don't think that governor rauner knows how to govern without crisis like he actually creates these crises and i think people have had enough of it and by that i mean people have his own party there's no legislator in their right mind i would say no good legislator who likes to work under this crisis environment that governor rauner loves to be in i it just doesn't make any sense so i think people have figured him out by now is not the first year of his ten year it's now going into the fourth and people have had enough of this nonsense they don't wanna see our credit continue to be decimated they they know that he's not actually fighting the good fight for people at villanova and so you know you need a governor that's fighting for you not against you and i think illinois ins have finally woken up and the members of the legislature of his own party the majority of them right there is still a few hold outs that still support him but the majority of them realize that they're going to have to figure this out and lead as legislators and not be expecting.
Iowa family found dead in Mexico died from inhalation of toxic gases, authorities say
"In news is up next sponsored by kars for kids here's dave sean it is partly sunny and thirty one at o'hare it will be another victory celebration for loyola when the ramblers return home this afternoon another rally planned on campuses the team gets ready for the final four team chaplain sister jean watches everything very closely games they always known as for the night everybody every night and so they pass the ball and it's the first time in over half a century that loyola heads to the final four and anti mazer will have much more information in sports the state of illinois is missing some money here's wgn's roger badesch to state audits found governor rauner administration failed to recover seventy six million dollars in overpayments to private insurers handling medicaid claims dating back five years the reviews by auditor general frank martino also found the state paid seventy one million dollars for medicaid services without checking whether the clients were still eligible roger badesch wgn news former president obama says talks with north korea on its nuclear weapons program will be difficult this isn't part because of the country's isolation which minimizes possible leverage like trade and travel sanctions obama talk to a packed hall in tokyo this week and saying the effort to give up north korea give up a nuclear weapons on north korea's behalf will be hard but countries working together will be better than nations working alone investigators in mexico say autopsy results show toxic gases killed the family from iowa inside their vacation condo but questions remained about what happened here's more from abc's reo reshef investigators combed the scene and test the air inside a condo in mexico trying to identify the mysterious gas that killed a family of four while on vacation the bodies of kevin sharp his wife amy and their children's sterling adriana discovered in their condo friday days after they fell out of touch with friends and family and miss their flight back home panicked loved ones later learning the worst overnight mexican officials ruling the cause of death fixation by inhalation of toxic gases here in chicago judge set bail at one hundred fifty thousand dollars for a southside man he's accused of stealing smartphones from several people twentyfouryearold tehran cesar was charged with three counts robbery and one count of theft after being identified as the person who robbed a woman on a c t a platform we'll check sports traffic and weather next on wgn.
Pennsylvania special House election in Trump country is too close to call
"Tune in here with your news is eric rug beamed physicist stephen hawking died tuesday chicago time in cambridge england according to a family statement harking was diagnosed with a ls in his twenties eventually he was only able to move a single cheek muscle which are used to communicate through a computer hawking help black holes in the universe to the masses he was seventy six years old the associated press will not call the pennsylvania special election the republican candidate rick sokoto told his supporters that he would not give up the race has been extremely tight leading up to tuesday's election the democrat there connor lamb is holding a slight lead the race is being closely watched because it may give us an idea how republicans will do in the midterm elections especially in republican districts president trump won this district being contested by twenty point governor rauner has vetoed a gun bill that would have required the state to licensed gun dealers who made the announcement in southern illinois it's just not right it's it's unnecessary burdensome regulation it's redundant on top of existing federal regulation it's crushing to our small business owners and crates barack receipt it really doesn't help keep our community safer mayor emanuel says the governor put his primary election ahead of his primary responsibility to protect the safety of the people of chicago in illinois the governor is being challenged from the right in next week's primary secretary of state rex tillerson is out abc news chief global affairs correspondent martha raddatz tells us there's high number of vacant positions at the state department it is really an unprecedented situation at state right now a ghost town just as that proposed historic meeting with kim jong un is being finalized there is no confirmed assistant secretary for east asia no embassador to south korea and no special representative for north korea policy he left just before the meeting was announced so all of the key people at state responsible for the region are an acting or interim positions but maybe mike pompeo can change all of that abc's martha raddatz president trump also fired his personal aide who was escort it from the white house he is being investigated for financial crimes also the ap is reporting the va secretary may be out and the secretary of energy rick perry may replace him preparations are underway for this year's saint patrick's day parade in chicago on saturday parade queen mary kate manion says you don't have to be.
New CIA director named, protests begin as president heads to Southern California – Orange County Register
"Venit has fixed tire before with his fix a flat as well don't know i know we didn't use fixer flattering just to generate grape jello where did you tell me once that's not people come on we've done enough here's wendy this is chicago's very own seven twenty wgn chicago if you have a smart speaker just say play wgn radio on tune in news sponsored by athletico physical therapy here's steve bertrand mostly cloudy thirty one degrees now at o'hare governor rauner says he will veto a gun bill that would have required the state to licensed gun dealers you may remember police superintendent eddie johnson on steve cochran earlier this week mayor emanuel's been pushing hard for the governor to sign it but he said in downstate radio interview today that he instead will veto it the that prompted the mayor to say the governor put his primary election ahead of his primary responsibility to protect the safety of the people of chicago and illinois the governor is being challenged from the right in next week's primary president trump is telling reporters that he made the decision secretary of state tillerson all by himself he says tillerson will be much happier now and he appreciates service at a point where we're getting very close to having the cabinet and other things that i want meantime president trump's personal assistant jon mcentee was fired yesterday for unspecified security reasons he was removed from the white house wall street journal reporting that and says that he has now joined the president's reelection campaign a former vernon hills soccer coach faces sexual assault charges in court today prosecutors have charged corey beard with a dozen counts of criminal sexual assault several male victims come forward with accusations against her burnin hills high school board members voted last night to fire the twenty eight year old okay motion say they're working to try to recover deleted text and pictures from cell phones and computers tribune says the seventeen year old boys been charged with bringing a gun to alcott college prep and lakeview that happened last wednesday in alabama one person is confirmed that many others hurt in a bus crash there a charter tour bus carrying students on a school trip from houston texas plunged into a.
"governor rauner" Discussed on KARN 102.9
"The the uh okay here's here's what i did i just put rounder his last name governor governor rauner a put round or in the search here's the first the top stories as they read from chicago tribune governor rauner drinks chocolate milk to demonstrate his commitment to diversity washington post illinois governor toasts diversity with chocolate milk chicago tribune um but which is a followup to that first story after governor rounders chocolate milk incident wow handy guide to beverage politics okay how about everybody just calmed down just a little just a little but that's what i meant when i met this is something that that i would that i would think of uh what's his name uh i just i forget it i got my black now this near the end of the week a i'm losing it well you know what it reminds me of remember the mayor on spin city yes if it's time yeah yeah i kinda reminds me of about one of those kinda moments but it was it wasn't supposed to be a serious berry berry uh uh basel yes yeah he was just great nephew but it wasn't supposed to be a serious moment they were trying to make a serious point but stoudamire zeman do in that demonstration his idea for sixteen years that's why said i've about to me was you mr rogers will do let's talk diverse that he chocolate milk with steradent imagine heavy diff a you know he had the pleasant voice have imagined at any smoked for forty years a would you like to be my neighbor it's all on the presentation ad i do remember that was spin city right yeah i don't know if you remember the first episode but remember and i can't remember the actor's name member the member the the black assistant who was gay that's all how it started out and i forgot i can't remember exactly like the first episode the mayor was up talking about something and i don't know if it was i think it was on gay issues or something and that's eventually how the black gay character became part of the staff was very vase because the mayor said something that was viewed as insensitive right.
"governor rauner" Discussed on WGN Radio
"We need like a little bit longer quack outlet reassess democratic gubernatorial candidates chris kennedy and debt by the way chris kennedy's nephew joe kennedy nice job on the ah rebuttal very nice promise the democrats have their heads over of their collective but they had 5 rip tora calls or or uh rebuttal speeches leslie and bernie sanders did on what a shock well if he would only get a camera uh so the democrats can't even pick one person to do there a reboot and davic for that uh democratic gubernatorial candidates chris kennedy daniel at a debate last night questioned rival jv pritzker select ability in a general election match up against a governor rauner setting pritzker is ties to governor blagojevich only creepiest part of the bulgaria vhich pritzker commercial is wendy is too long is what rod blagojevich goes oh let's think about that yet lou london and if you haven't heard this on your needy for one adygea and kill the it yeah but like a doctor evil like he's writing his hands together who next i think they like you stay uh boy a cubs go her todd ricketts is expected to bolt the baseball operation and take the are nc finance job that digest opened up because steve win the casino magnet for vegas has been accused of with evidence of.
"governor rauner" Discussed on WCPT 820
"The day you the truth you know you know they they believe that the democrats are going to take the blame for this government shutdown that's what they believe and and i mean and and the democrats are and they have a huge risk because this is an election year but i but there's a there's a lot of a lot of different forces at work this time around that weren't here a some time ago i mean the women's movement for example that's a great example of the kind of forces at work today you know so you just so i mean there's a lot of unanswered questions and and four the republicans as well as democrats but i but i'm with you i don't trust donald trump at all i have changed love for him i have for governor rauner there there's another case and other water container in saint valentine he is he is as i saw the other day and i don't remember which publication i saw this and he's talking about an executive order to do prevent legislative officials from acting as tax attorneys like you know mad again and edberg et cetera someone should tell him that an executive order they are coal equal branches of government the legislative branch as a an and the and the and the executive branch executive orders may apply to the executive staff but they don't apply to the legislative branch he can't do that that's another guy that you know that's kind of a dictatorial power if you will you know oh i'm going to issue this executive order who you kitty what are you gonna spend more time in the court who would if you were a legislator why would you pay any attention to an executive order from the from the governor that applies to your duties as a legislator i mean that's the i'm with you chuck i mean same old same all you know all right thanks chuck very much thank you thank you sir thank you my car and thanks for the call by the way did did we take a break no we need we went to take break i'm getting so caught up in this i need to take a break do it and come back to your goals.
"governor rauner" Discussed on WGN Radio
"That one coming but the smart people tell me oh that's going to be an issue one of the spot i just wanna feature because this was in the news today see bertrand's about to do the news are you going to do this story against eba about the rauner now you can have it will so this has helped me if i remember this correctly because i just thought it was so weird governor rauner runs an ad four himself of course saying illinois a so screwed up that the other governors in the surrounding states are happy raddatz his idea of a commercial it's going to get him reelect no it's weird on so many fronts so the yet scott walker in disguise gradin's in missouri in your whole come in new in indiana and they're allseeing thanks mike madigan you're doing such a bad job that and we're getting all your money okc here's part of that add our economies on fire were growing good jobs we're growing union jobs faster than illinois so we owe you huge losers love you might madigan that's paid for by rounder because the recent round or is and ineffective governors life section in illinois is because of mike madigan bid micronutrients out running for governor but if you buy into a thin you have to accept that rounders ineffectual because he can't turn it around acts the only way i heard that add that everybody in the world so that was brilliant okay what's the new on that ad and then in wisconsin can i tell you this that walker took keep because they set up there we'll skywalker just admitted it's not his policy just villa noise bring the jobs they're they're all smilin' these these governors you've never seen a happier bunch of white guys than of at least three governors going hey thank you very much mike.
"governor rauner" Discussed on WCPT 820
"You how the at the prizes i'll stay tuned for that 'cause i i'm a political junkie let's discuss the illinois republican gubernatorial nomination you have governor rauner running for reelection but he is being challenged by your colleague from wheaton jeannie i've will you endorse either a governor rauner or representative 'ifs i'm going to play big i'll wages and yet everybody he says the writing actually applying do you believe governor rauner has gone herbal it come next year you know i think jerry i think any politician sediments no no i think we have a hundred eighteen fifty nine of the governorship and lee mother mother that are up and that would i would say that wall for all vulnerable look look look at it that way you know a year the longtime ideology i don't know how things are going to your journey wing new delhi be looking over your shoulder making us for the taxpayers easier had down in what i do away with everybody else does mark niklas the republican state representative from plainfield representative thanks so much for your time and for a good robust discussion and i hope he will come back in command against soon welcome having a hi i'm erica barbara iraq's veteran and director of the illinois department of veterans affairs our mission is to power veterans and their families to thrive our agency is home to a team of veterans who sold job is to help other veteran but we can't do this work we need illinois veterans to stand up and be counted so we can better understand and serve our veterans community you have already stood up to answer now stand up and be counted to help the entire lettering community veterans illinois doug us welcome back everybody to beat the white house speaker who we are leaney clean menzir bracken's there and you know lamy why you have a strange talent i bet you win were all night at 11 you did they select may stains talented well you remember the last segment that we did not too long ago let us entertain less could never get that right waited awhile as he admitted yeah few weeks here let us entertain of the be okay well let us turn out to be was the name also of another concern i.
"governor rauner" Discussed on WCPT 820
"The footsoldiers you have the patronage i think as well have enough i end that that's the l look if if people think that illinois is is gone in the right direction and and the old ways of machine politics nonoil has been good for for our state uh in in many different ways than they will have an option for that i am confident that people throughout the state democrats throughout the state are going to reject that in this race you know patronage is a lot of the reason that we i think we have governor rauner people got sick of the way we were doing things just appointing people to possess russians and giving them jobs that they don't deserve just because they they work on a campaign i'm i'm the opposite of that i'm not about that i didn't come from that i wasn't next in line to become state rep and so we're going to change that we're going to clean up the state once and for all and that is going to be the recipe for continued prosperity for the democratic party have you ever national review calling governor rauner the worst governor in america we do you know i mean that's a conservative magazine is or worst governor in america all right you know what let's take a few phone calls for the for the for the representative the candidate for the democratic nomination for attorney general scott drury let me give you the phone number seven seven three seven six three nine two seven eight all right let's wait and with your opinion with your questions you have questions for the representative you have questions for what he wants to do as attorney general let's hear from seven seven three seven six three nine two seven eight what what would you do what would be your first order of business as attorney general while like i said you need to expand the office to take on more of a watchdog role so that that's a critical priority for the office to make sure that the it has the right staff and that the tone is set at the top that were no longer going to accept illinois reputation as being a corrupt state.
"governor rauner" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Thought that by not being reelected you were driven so much harder to work to they present later on so i really appreciate it i don't think i ever adequately thank you for doing so at the time you weren't that happy about it but now president bush i think i'm responsible for your being elected this way i worked in the carter white house i got inflation a nineteen percent that enabled president reagan to get elected and your father be vicepresident help maybe you become prison you ever thought about that clinton had a bigger role to play i don't think i ever to run for governor had he not the flag dad in 1990 yeah it has been a very difficult for me to have beaten and richards 1994 because i spent my time defending george h w bush who would be in the last two years of his presidency and a by losing it enabled other jiabin to uh be able to run on her own for governor rauner respect which dates both ran for congress the first time iran and you both loss so you have that in common but wherever you lost the first time you're trying to beat the incumbent congressman and you loss did you say i'm out of politics or what major to say i'm gonna go well i got a break in a way i i think about one that in the house you know the democrats it really well in 1974 in the house races 'cause it was after the nixon resigned but are against the congressman who was one of his father's john this brand gets jumbled he had an eighty three kg pourrait and ninety nine percent name rick as cosa by and i would i would zero zero and he beat me fifty one forty three about three points and it's the.
"governor rauner" Discussed on WGN Radio
"To sell your house because of a job transfer even medical or phd time by and now you have to you've got kids and you've got a move direct okay well you're gonna pay tax and any kind of that you've made on their property and kgb period at all and it's starting right away like it goes the into it is i think it starts november's second or december 31st as the other one of this year they haven't even past it yet but it's almost going to bianco active and then it's really get a kill a whole lot of people yes uh blessing of the tax brackets and the lowering of the number and whether goes to five or seven if it in fact it passes while that all seems to be a good thing countered on the other sites were tied can about which is why people won't get that assumed originally four thousand or four thousand bucks or whatever my trickle down because it's going to be backed up by what they no longer can take care of so your best hope is what your tax bills euro out you won't end up fouls people shall couch that ito uh is it huge penalty to pay show yeah i get your best hope advantage minor pain or no pain at all because just going to be equal but on the other foot side um i think what's going to happen if the vast majority of people are going to be paying more and this is also super rich inc uh can have day big the the idea of it would didn't work in the yankees will work to delay is more than a little nuts last where three at least a real quick i know governor rauner just signed a big i'll give money to scuttle either a catholic school greeks call obviously will have a vow charger amount to now from your tax bill if this new bill goes into effect the federal one will that affect the state one the state contribution it's really hard to now but i would i would i see the.
"governor rauner" Discussed on WGN Radio
"With the top six six get ahead of myself big seven o'clock hour coming up on the show with ham governor rauner and rhinos our governor rauner is just on the other day why would he be on the radio the announcement crown be the guy guilt at have into it i think you did he governor rauner be in studio this morning here's our number one senator john mccain took a swipe president trump will have been waiting for this for two years ever since he said mccain was earlier hero and mccain always took the high road over the weekend he talked about the fact that we drafted the lowest economic level of americans and the highest economic level funded dr would give them a defer and for a bone spur i that was trump specific excuse for not going into the vietnam war right president ned no tweeter to tweeter no twitter response yet has not yet now that i've seen let me play but it a minute hold on i remember to present trump announced he would not would not block the release of a final batch documents related to the 1963 assassination of president john f kennedy which has to be done by pickets this friday so these last documents are believed to maybe contained information on why we harvey oswald had a private meeting in moscow with some communist affiliates other than that we don't know what they may say but i'm sure oliver stone will be in there so i i'm looking at porter seeing these yes yes through our now it will remember what point chuck barras may have been involved the government show there's also rumor that aliens had something to the razor will add up i was a weekly world news throw in a cover story last january after fox news.
"governor rauner" Discussed on WGN Radio
"Chicago at approved by team hochberg at perl mortgage just search t r a f f i x chicago mary van de velde wgn traffic central apple supplier foxconn will open its first major american factory in southeast wisconsin the 10billiondollar project announced yesterday will initially create up to three thousand jobs building flatpanel displays screened for tvs and other electronics fought sonck foxconn is a major supplier for apple was causing governor scott walker says this is one of the biggest economic development projects in was constant history ten billion dollars which will create third team thousand jobs in the state of wisconsin wisconsin is offering three billion dollars in incentives the question now is where exactly the factory will be located it will be somewhere in racine county lawmakers are expected in springfield for the second day of a legislative session today on school funding how ever not much progress is expected nothing happened yesterday governor rauner says he'll reject the plan by the democrats that will change how illinois distributes school money however senate president john colloton says the senate won't stand that built with the governor until at least monday to chicago lawmakers are boycotting the special session calling it political shenanigans representative kelly cassidy of chicago deci saudi to do something productive instead in volunteered to school painting classroom what i wanted to do that was actually get classrooms ready for head representative and williams was also there there is legislative action to be taken well the first people down there mainstream to special session on their phones while working at gale academy a woman who suing over a fatal chicago police had vault the shooting that ledger protest in mount greenwood the fiancee's of josh will deal accuses the city the police department in tubas officers of excessive force shooting happened back in november chicago firefighters who struck gunfire this morning at the scene of a twocar car crash on the city's south side they were caught in crossfire when the drivers involved got into an argument and started shooting people at the scene initially thought a firefighter had been shot would you know we know shooters happen all day long gargo boy is is is.
"governor rauner" Discussed on Here & Now
"What was not in it that he wanted in there actually some issues that are not directly related to the budget although he said that they would because they would gotta increase the economy or grow the economy around the state those are a property tax freeze uh around the state changes to workers compensation which he says would help businesses and business owners and then also term limits which gets to why this has been going on for two years uh the term is gets to the political fight that's been going on between the governor who's a republican and the very long time house us is serving house speaker michael madigan is a democrat is amazing the last real official state budget the your state had expired july i 2015 last month governor rauner comes in he calls lawmakers back for a special special session to figure out how to fix it um some republicans have broken rank with the governor how frustrated civilians people in illinois the want lawmakers to finally figure this out if the can well they're so frustrated that they successfully put pressure on rip the representatives to break from their party's leader to vote for this sixteen republicans in all between the senate in the house voted for this budget even though the governor opposes it uh in the in that's telling a lot of those republicans come from downstate illinois more rural parts of the state where there's universities and universities have not received money since january first this year they've also been the subject of of not having really steady funding from the state come through for two years while this impasse has been going on in those universities the the local economies around them have been begging the state for any kind of money and that's what this budget would do which is why the republicans ended up voting yes if the veto override holds up who wins politically.
"governor rauner" Discussed on Super Station 101
"To the senate governor rauner has said he will veto this permanent tax increase michael mad again the corrupt jerk he any by the way he is corrupt the guy who runs illinois is corrupt over the last four hundred years as long as he's been running illinois he's enriched himself and his friends he is a corrupt human being but nobody annoy has the courage nobody in illinois has the courage to investigate michael madigan nobody does the media does sent the median never looks into michael matt again it's a lot easier send in a stupid lug had like blagoja jail nobody looks into matt again rao nor has said he'll veto it madigan has said he will override a governor rauner veto and if if they're able here's what will happen the senate we'll find out tomorrow if the senate is going to vote to increase your taxes and take more of your money and then it will go to the governor in if the governor vetos it then there are there are enough votes seventy one in the house and thirty six in the senate to override round veto what can you do call your illinois state senator and tell them not to take any more of your money and that's the best way to put it call your illinois state senator republican or democrat in sade do not take any more of my money tell them you're going to leave villanova lie to woman tell them you're going to leave and everybody listening to me right now in the state of illinois know somebody who's leaving you don't have to lie and by the way bomb barred governor rauner with calls and emails tell him to stand firm because i'll tell you what he has not been firm governor rauner put out the signal a while ago that he wanted to raise taxes governor rauner said he's ready to cut a deal and the only reason right now governor rauner is now supporting this tax increase is because he did not get any of his reforms let me go to burt hey burt eric oh are meyrick breaker aren't i heard i yesterday our early today about the only guy brain ill yet none or way or actor yeah bad air yeah aren't acceptable more armitt and admiral listening for like the last half hour and every day about you.