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"governor tony" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN
"Get a covid vaccine. No exceptions, no exemptions. And businesses that employ over 100. People. 100 people or more now are mandated to get their folks vaccinated. And if they don't they'll face all kinds of hell from the federal government. That doesn't sound Doesn't sound like it's constitutional. It sounds like power grabbing at its worst. We talked about this yesterday. We've talked about it a lot. Our liberties. Our basic individual liberties are in peril. Not On a regular basis. They are in peril on a minute by minute basis. And so the question we are asking now in power, Wisconsin and we're asking today. On the Vicki McKenna Show is Where do you stand? Tony Evers Governor Tony Evers. On the issue of these federal mandates. Do you stand with this president? Or do you stand with the Constitution? The idea behind all of this may be Uh, Your view of public safety, But really, at the end of the day, this is a power grab, and we've We've learned over the last 2.5 years that this is a governor who likes to grab as much power as he can. He's been strangely quiet, though. We asked him today. Where do you stand on this? Governor? Evers, We've heard nothing back. Haven't to hurt anything on the old Twitter machine or Anything else? So his silence is interesting, by the way, his liberal pal Just to the south in Illinois. JB Pritzker believes this is a bridge too far. So that's got to tell you something. Coming up. Next, though we talk about elections, election integrity with state representative Jenelle branches straight ahead in the Vicky mechanic show. Hang on. Reason Why. All right, Connie, I heard Radio Music Festival is finally passed. September.
Tribal Leader Says Pandemic Has Increased Drug Abuse
"In wisconsin are confronting increased drug use during the covid nineteen pandemic according to a tribal leader and tribes are calling for an end to race based mascots. Those were among issues lacked. Flambeau president john d johnson senior touched on during this year state of the tribes address. He delivered tuesday. Danielle catering has more speaking before. Wisconsin lawmakers johnson emphasized that not only the virus but increased drug abuse of fat all and meth have claimed those most vulnerable during the public health crisis floor drugs into the north woods has escalated during the pandemic as mental health economic and social challenges. Exert drawing pressure on our people and families. Johnson supported governor tony ears proposal to provide funding for a regional mental health center in the next budget. Wisconsin's governor has proposed more than one hundred fifty million dollars for mental health services. During his remarks johnson also called on all organizations and schools to retire. The use of race mascots briefly based mascots remained unhealed wound for countless native americans who endure being portrayed as something less than human everts has also proposed funding to help wisconsin schools. Replace race-based logos. It's unclear whether republican lawmakers will back. The governor's proposals as they've already stripped hundreds of items from his proposed budget for national native news. I'm daniel casting.
Foxconn, Wisconsin Reach New Deal on Scaled Back Facility
"Technology Group, the world's largest electronics manufacturer, has reached a new deal with reduced tax breaks for its scale back project in southeast Wisconsin Governor Tony Evers and the company said that today. Details of the new deal were not immediately released. It was scheduled to be approved at a Tuesday meeting. Of the Wisconsin Economic Development Corp. The new deal will reduce the potential tax breaks by billions of dollars and still have potential tax breaks worth more than 10 million for Fox con
Wisconsin Supreme Court Says Governor Can't Limit Capacity at Businesses
"Breaking news from Wisconsin this morning, the Wisconsin Supreme Court has ruled. That Governor Tony Evers administration did not have the authority to issue capacity limits on bars, restaurants and other businesses without approval of the Legislature, a ruling that comes two weeks after the Republican controlled court struck down the state's mask mandate. Legislature in Wisconsin, is also controlled by Republicans. Evers is a Democrat.
Wisconsin Supreme Court strikes down governor's mask mandate
"Court today striking down Governor Tony Evers statewide mask mandate, saying the Democrat overstepped his authority. The court says the governor needs legislative approval to extend the mask order. The GOP majority Legislature voted in February to repeal the mandate, which Evers extended. Doctors, nurses, school administrators, unions and others opposed the reversal of a state mask requirement. Fox is going all
Wisconsin Supreme Court strikes down governor's mask mandate
"The Wisconsin Supreme Court has knocked down the governor's mask mandate the court says this isn't a question of what's wise it's a question of what's lawful by one vote the court struck down democratic governor Tony Evers state wide mask mandate ruling that he exceeded his authority by issuing the order again and again the governor argued that he can do this because of the changing nature of the ongoing pandemic what happens now it'll be up to local government units to decide mask policies in their own areas nearly sixty organizations wanted to keep the statewide mask mandate in place they represented hospitals doctors nurses dentists EMTs firefighters schools and churches among others I'm ready to fall away
Wisconsin Supreme Court strikes mask mandate
"Wisconsin Supreme Court strikes down Governor Tony Evers statewide mask mandate ruling for three he exceeded his authority and needs legislative approval to extend a public health emergency action for more than 60 days. The mass quarter first took effect in August, and the governor extended it four times. Since then, he's a Democrat. The court is controlled by
COVID-19 highlights Alaska Native water and sanitation needs
"This is national native news. I'm antonio gonzales. The pandemic has highlighted. Water and sanitation needs in alaska. Native communities where lack of infrastructure has already had significant health impacts according to a health official alaska. Native tribal health consortium interim president. Valerie davidson testified. Virtually this week before. The senate committee on indian affairs on water infrastructure needs davidson says. Many families in rural communities do not have running water to help prevent the spread of covid nineteen constant hand washing and cleaning davidson says more than forty percent of alaska native homes lack running water. Many communities typically have a washer area building. It's one building that combines water-treatment laundromat twelve and showers at the entire community uses and what that means from a practical perspective is that Those communities hall their water from the washington area in a five gallon clean bucket and we hall are raw sewage from our home in a different five gallon bucket and unfortunately Our communities continued to be unserved simply because of the high construction costs among recommendations davidson. Says they desperately need at least one billion dollars for sanitation construction in future legislation and resources to preserve what infrastructure is already in place. Wisconsin governor. Tony evers has signed off on the ho chunk. Nations plans to build a casino just north of the illinois border danielle creating reports. Federal law gives governors the power to block or approve off reservation casinos. The tribes plans include one of the largest casinos in the state. Along with the convention center indoor waterpark and a three hundred room hotel. The complex is expected to create more than fifteen hundred permanent jobs and more than two thousand construction jobs. Ho chunk nation public relations officer ryan green. Dear says jobs are central focus as many tribal communities. Shut down their casinos for months last year due to cove in nineteen. This is gonna be the cornerstone of the economic recovery from the pandemic. the complex will be built in the city of beloit beloit city council president. Regina dunkin says the project has been a longtime coming and is a game changer. Fully in terms of jobs created shared revenues and increased arisen. The project now faces final approval from the department of interior once approved wisconsin's governor and the whole chunk nation would amend the tribes gaming compact to include revenues from the new casino. I'm daniel catering
Wisconsin governor issues new mask mandate after GOP repeal
"NPR NEWS Washington In Wisconsin, a tug of war over masks the state's GOP controlled legislature voting to repeal a mask mandate. Imposed by Democratic Governor Tony Evers. Lawmakers voted to end the statewide mass mandate despite warnings from health experts that master the most effective way to slow the spread of the Corona virus that would make Wisconsin one of only 10 states without a mass mandate in place. Less than an hour later, Evers issued a new mask mandate. Even with the repeal, businesses, schools, health clinics and churches. Consistory
Wisconsin Republicans postpone vote to end governor's mask mandate
"I'm Dave Michaels, the Republican controlled Assembly. Wisconsin canceled a vote to repeal Governor Tony Evers mask mandate, saying it could jeopardize almost $50 million in federal aid. Assembly speaker Robin Boss says he believes the assembly will still vote to repeal the mandate. Just not today. Wisconsin has had a statewide mask mandates since August. It's scheduled to run
Wisconsin Assembly cancels vote on repeal of mask mandate
"Wisconsin's Republican controlled assembly has canceled a vote on repealing the democratic governors mask mandate the Republican retreat comes in the face of broad criticism from Wisconsin's health school and business leaders as well as concern the move would jeopardize more than forty nine million dollars in federal food assistance the covert nineteen a bill passed by Congress last year give states the money only if they have emergency health orders in effect a memo from the nonpartisan legislative fiscal bureau says this month alone nearly two hundred and forty three thousand Wisconsin households received federal assistance governor Tony Evers mask mandate is scheduled to run until March twentieth I'm Ben Thomas
"governor tony" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN
"Thought not just talk it is that Dan O'Donnell show We're gonna take a break from inaugural coverage for just a second cover, something that needs to be Last night as expected, Governor Tony Evers extended yet again Wisconsin's public health emergency. To be clear. He has no constitutional authority to do this. The Wisconsin Supreme Court heard back in November, a challenge to this aural arguments in a case challenging Governor Rivers authority to keep issuing new public health emergencies over the same Public health emergency. The state constitution is clearly set up to avoid this very thing. Governor Evers when he declares a state of emergency or a public health emergency, essentially conduce you within reason what he wants. He doesn't need legislative approval. And the reason we have public health emergencies and states of emergencies is for precisely the sort of thing that we had back in March. Nobody quite knew the severity of the Corona virus. Nobody knew How deadly it was. Nobody knew exactly how quickly or how easily it could spread to an entire community. So to give the governor time to set up the infrastructure to sort of combat this The Constitution gives him the power to declare a public health emergency for 60 days. However. After that 60 days. The state Legislature has to vote on whether or not to continue to give the governor emergency powers. Instead what the state Legislature did was to get a more definitive statement. And this is I'm assuming why they're not immediately voting by joint resolution now to shut down the public health emergency. What I assume they're doing is to try to get the state Supreme Court to weigh in to say no. This is a clear violation of the Wisconsin Constitution. Now it's been clear The last couple of times that Evers has been extending this public health emergency is that he's doing absolutely nothing with his authority other than extending his stupid mask mandate. That's literally it. So Given the fact that most businesses are requiring masks to be worn inside anyway, it's sort of a moot point, and nobody's actually as supposedly required by some of these city requirements. Wearing their masks outside. It's just not happening. And in northern Wisconsin in rural areas of the state, there's just no compliance with the mask mandate whatsoever. In fact, I always grocery shopping. Last night Woman was walking around the store with no mask on. Nobody seemed to mind. Nobody said a thing. And in fact, I pulled my mask down myself in solidarity with her. But the point here is the constitutional issue. That Governor Evers cannot take Corona virus out of the equation and imagine this There is a bad tornado that hits Milwaukee. In order to clean up in order to facilitate state resource is being sent to Milwaukee in order to Alleviate the pain caused by this tornado. Governor Evers declares a state of emergency. The system is in place to provide aid to survivors and rebuild Milwaukee. The Governor Rivers. Keeps issuing new states of emergency. Another 60 days. Then another Then another Until he's governed almost an entire year under a state of emergency for the exact same emergency. Clearly the state Constitution did not contemplate this. And clearly the provisions in both state law and the state constitution require the Legislature to sign off on this. Now the legislature could snap its fingers and with a joint resolution immediately shut down the public health emergency. It's not because it's waiting for a ruling from the state Supreme Court. And of course, all eyes are then on alleged conservative Brian Hag adorn the court is ostensibly a 43 majority. But Hagedorn keeps inventing ways decide with liberals through his tortured and Completely ignorant interpretation of constitutional law. And I say that advisedly the man I am shocked. At his misinterpretations of the most basic precepts of constitutional law. It continually shocks me how badly he has mangled these rulings. So we'll see. And in this order if the Supreme Court decides against Evers, which is probably a 50 50 shot right now, the Legislature does need to shut this down and to take a stand against unconstitutional governance. There's no excuse. Oh, well, we've got an election coming up. Oh, you know, we can't take off the seniors who are terrified of coronavirus by going against Evers because they feel safe with this mask mandate. No, it's time to stand up for constitutional governance, and it's time to stand against her incompetence. Just when you thought the Evers administration couldn't fail any worse than the way it botched the unemployment distribution. It is currently botching Corona virus vaccine distribution. According to the state's own statistics, updated every day, and I'm using yesterday's stats because these are the most recent available. The state of Wisconsin has on Lee ordered 60.6% of covert 19 vaccines that the federal government allotted it. Remember late last week when Governor Evers went on a tirade. Oh, he was so upset because the federal government hasn't provided Wisconsin with enough covert vaccine. That's a lie. Wisconsin has been allocated 779,800 doses of coed vaccine. Wisconsin is only ordered 473,300 It's only administered 31.8% of the doses that it's been allocated. In other words, Wisconsin is failing mightily in ordering, receiving and then distributing the Corona virus vaccine. In fact, according to Beckers Hospital review Wisconsin ranks 30th out of 50 states in vaccine distribution. That's abysmal. And governor. Avery's is once again trying to shift the blame, just as he did on his failures with administering unemployment assistance onto the federal government onto somebody not named Tony Evers or the Evers administration. Remember, it took a couple of months before Evers did tacitly admit the blame for the failures on unemployment by getting rid of Caleb Frost men. The Department of Workforce Development secretary who had time to write emails in the wake of George Floyd's death to all of his staff, just lengthy e mails talking about how terrible racism Woz while completely ignoring his responsibility.
Governors complain over pace of COVID-19 vaccine shipments
"Some governors have been forced to change vaccination plans after learning the federal government isn't sending more doses right away several governors say this week they were promised more doses of the coronavirus vaccine from the health secretary and the vice president but the federal government's vaccine research which we have now discovered doesn't actually exist Oregon Democrat Kate brown this is deception on a national scale she had announced that more residents those over sixty five and school teachers would be able to get vaccinated counting on those doses that now aren't coming from the federal stockpiles Wisconsin governor Tony Iverson was a slap in the face of a people of Wisconsin and other frankly I have no idea why they made that claim in new it wasn't the governor say the head of operation warp speed admitted there is no federal reserve of vaccine doses Jackie Quinn Washington
National Guard called in before charging decision in Jacob Blake case
"The latest sign the authorities are expecting trouble in Kenosha when the decision about charges in the Jacob Blake case comes Governor Tony Evers yesterday called up 500, Wisconsin National Guard troops to head to the city. Governor says the troops will be in Kenosha to work with local law enforcement and protect infrastructure if necessary. Nobody's saying when the decision of the Blake case will come, But Kenosha is preparing for the worst right now. Is this
"governor tony" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN
"If you know how the sausage is made, you might not want to eat the sausage. That's how politics is. That sums it up in a nutshell. And of course, I've been reporting on politics longer than I want to admit. And some of that goes in. Now. Some of that leads to some really good legislation that has certainly moved. Wisconsin forward has led to some conservative principles. The forwarding of conservative principles that we all pretty much agree on. But some of it's not very good at all. And when you see it as you report on it, it makes you worry. You get a better context of what's happening and why things were being done. But I know not everybody is privy to that. And what it looks like is as we talked about before, um elected officials not Seizing the moment, not living up to the moment not leading in the moment. The difference. Madden 2020. I agree with you, by the way, but the big difference. This year's politics affected all of us. Our bank accounts are kids inability to be in school, our ability to pay our bills. It's one thing of politician accident say Wassup. Aw, greases the wheel little bit to get a highway from point A to Point B. That's politics. Always has been. Always will. I don't like it. But what we experience we all experienced in this country and again here in Wisconsin is different. And that's why those elected officials better realize that I'm not talking the pitchforks. They're storming the castle. That's not where I'm at some are. But the longer this goes on this inability to listen to the constituents listen to the voters. I think they're going to get worse for Republicans and their base before it gets better. Well, you know, I've talked about it before, and I know we've talked about it with the panel, and I know our great hosts J. Weber and Vicki McKenna and Mark Belling and Dan O'Donnell have talked about it repeatedly in that is over the last several months. We have had, if not a disenfranchising of conservatives in this state, a disaffection And that's going to be very difficult to rebuild. In 2021. It's going to be a impossible Problem T o to deal with in 2022 if it's still remains the disaffection of the conservative grassroots and so some things they're going to have to happen in 2021 that changes that top of the list. And I know there are some Republican lawmakers who are very dedicated to this. I've talked to him now We'll see where they go from here. But election reform whether Tony Evers Vito's everything that they send his way that has to be top of the list, and that has to be the cause, or you're gonna lose that the grassroots support no doubt about it. I have heard from conservatives who are wanting to and and they have every intention. I'm told to continue to provide tax relief and continue to cut the size of government even with Tony Evers big spending, Tony At the helm. They better do that They better focus on those basic principle, things and finally There were basic principle things that they forgot about or didn't want to deal with, And that's something we talked about. Moments ago. Freedom of religion, freedom to assemble the First Amendment. The Fourth Amendment the fifth a minute, the 14th amendment, the Constitution for the love of God, We have lost it. Even in a pandemic. You know, Rebecca, Um Bradley Justice for the Wisconsin Supreme Court has said it so eloquently. You cannot give up the Constitution. You cannot forsake the Constitution. Even in a health crisis. Liberties have to live on. If not, you don't have the system of government that you've relied on for 240. Plus years. Brian Hagedorn may disagree with that assessment a little bit, but that's another topic for another day, Mack. It'll hear from Empower Wisconsin news talk 11 30. W Y. You said you mentioned 2022. I mean, we're always in the political cycle. It's my belief that Governor Tony Evers will not run for re election. What say you? Well, I was told, first and foremost look out for this in 2022, but I was told Alec Baldwin's wife plans to run for governor of Wisconsin. But then again, she may have disqualified herself as a native of Spain. He's got two shows later tonight. My friends New Year's Eve. I'm sorry, I'm sure I'm sorry. I I couldn't help but taking a jab it that no. That doesn't matter. If he's from Spain. She's not from Spain. I lost it big difference. She's from Boston. Exactly. I see a had a governor, I I'm like you. I see a tired governor. I saw a guy who was tired. Before he got in. This is a guy who, as I've often said, is an empty vessel. The left The same thing that Joe Biden is nationally. Tony Evers is in the state of Wisconsin. The left and all of the activist group have poured in their idea of what Wisconsin is into Tony Evers, and he has rejected none of it. He has shown absolutely no leadership, particularly when it comes to the nut balls. Who want to take away public safety in places like Milwaukee and Madison. For the love of God. If you can't get right on that the basic fundamentals of government public safety then I don't know what s O I C, a fatigue governor who is tired of wrestling around with the opposition in the Republican Party. We've heard a lot about the lesser Mandela is Vicki likes to call him Mandela Barnes We've heard about you know, Donna calls um, man, deadbeat Barnes for not paying his fines and registrations. Rent? Yeah. Yup, That is absolutely right. So Week. Aiken definitely see Tony Evers saying one and done for me but trying to set the stage and then there will be a lot of squabbling going on because I see a lot of people not rallying around Mandela Barnes. I see a lot of people not rallying around Josh call who is the Jimmy, the ground hog of the attorney general's office, pops up every once in a while, sees a shadow and goes underneath for a long time. But yeah, and they're all kinds of leftist climbers out there. The list is too long to go into now, but the short answer is I see too much fatigue in this This old pale guy to think of another term, and he's just not a true believer. You know, he's a lifelong bureaucrat. He was in the right place at the right time. He won because his name was Tony Evers, not Scott Walker. While some people get into politics to to rise to the top to be governor or President Al Gore, I think would be a good example. I don't think Tony Evers is cut from that same cloth. And so you factor that with the likelihood of a Republican controlled assembly and Senate so much of an agenda wouldn't be able to get done anyway. As you mentioned Matt, he's had health issues in the past. This is his opportunity to retire, too, is now fattened state pension because is Governor Sally will be factored in and maybe play more pickleball of his wife. Yeah, no doubt there are things that he wants to accomplish, I think or at least he has to accomplish for the leftists who are backing him. You know, he wants this little mouse Little Red Book the You know the People's Committee to decide who's going to put together the boundaries for the legislative districts. That's a big thing. That's a critical thing for Tony Evers and the Democrats. Because they believe that's the only way they can win course. What they haven't considered it for a very long time still aren't considering is you have to put together some decent candidates that people would actually elect before you do that. There are some things he wants to accomplish, but I don't see Tony Evers stepping up. In 2022, saying, I'm ready for four more years of that. I think we'll get a pretty good sense in 2021 due to the state budget being proposed what his proposals are, If they're just way way out there in left evil, that'll be an indication that no, he's not thinking about running for re election. If it's a little more, even for the Democrats own standards contained. That might be a sign that he does, in fact, plan to face the voters again in 2022 mad, kiddo, You'll be back tomorrow. New Year's Day as you mentioned the panel. What good riddance 2020 myself, you, Jerry Baht. Benyon Gregory John, who is J..
Congress Passes Covid-19 Relief Bill With Funding for Live Music Venues
"In Congress, a split government putting differences aside long enough to vote through a $900 Billion Cove in 19 Relief Bill A B C's Elizabeth Chelsea in Washington for months of gridlock, Congress has passed a massive spending bill that will Keep the government funded and provide $900 billion in much needed economic relief. The bill is now expected to be signed into law by President Trump. The agreement includes a one time payment of $600 for individuals making up to $75,000 per year. A family of four could receive $2400. It adds $300 in weekly federal unemployment benefits and provides nearly $300 million in aid to small businesses, plus more than eight billion for distributing the vaccine. Treasury Secretary Steven Lucien says direct payments of $600 for most Americans could be in the mail by next week about $15 billion out of their covert 19 bill will go towards live music entertainment venues along with independent movie theaters and other cultural institutions. Earlier this month, the mark is performing Arts center announced that it lost an estimated $7 million since the pandemic began back on December, 4th Governor Tony Evers announced $15 million in state grant funding that would be split up among 96 venues across the state.
Wisconsin courts to consider Trump's election lawsuits
"President trump's extraordinary effort to overturn Joe Biden's win in Wisconsin is returning to the court room hearings are scheduled today in both federal and state lawsuits trump is seeking to invalidate hundreds of thousands of ballots and give Wisconsin's Republican controlled legislature the power to name him the winner trump's attorneys are urging the courts to act quickly so he can appeal any adverse ruling before members of the electoral college meet on Monday attorneys for Wisconsin governor Tony Evers in the state elections commission said the cases are without merit and should be dismissed an Associated Press tally shows trump has so far lost thirty five out of the roughly fifty lawsuits he's filed contesting the November third vote Ben Thomas Washington
"governor tony" Discussed on WTMJ 620
"Of the organizers behind the effort, Thomas Harlan says those living in district 12 have become frustrated. You are elected to a political office. You need to adhere to the highest standards of morality, and there's been a couple of different issues. Obviously, they accused Kerry of living else. Side the district. Perry also faces four charges stemming from a domestic abuse incident last month. He tells me, however, he's not guilty. Play that out in the meantime. I'm focused on my family and the holidays and dealing with the business of the city. Perry says. He's also received approval before signing a lease for another resident's lawmakers and Madison will have to find some common ground as they turned their attention towards the state budget, and that could amount to more than $2 billion gap over the next two years. Wcsc TV's Amy Reid's Bring Green Senator Howard Mark Klein made one thing clear today. I'm not going to speculate on what that looks like again. We're early in the process incoming coach here for the Joint Committee on Final And isn't saying how the Legislature will handle it, though he said he doesn't want to raise taxes. One spot for savings he may favor would be blocking state agencies request for more money. We're gonna be looking at everything again. We're early in the process, and I'm not going to speculate as to what is going to be on the table when you get into the budget that a lot can change between now and when legislators hand the budget to Governor Tony Evers this summer. Remembering the impact of John Lennon. It's been 40 years since the death of the former Beatle Recber, Tony's, a member of the Britons, a Beatles tribute band, he says the impact has been long lasting. It's because of John Lennon. Really that I even played guitar and other musicians that were in the band be played music because of the Beatles that got them started. Lennon was 40 years old Wtmj news Time 4 34.
Today is deadline for stated to order new coronavirus vaccine
"Point in the battle against the coronavirus. It's the deadline for states to submit requests for the Fizer vaccine and specify where they wanted shipped. Many states appear said to follow guidance from the CDC to put health care workers and nursing home patients first in line. Wisconsin Governor Tony Evers wants one of these large enough to vaccinate off 450,000 members of our Healthcare work for us. And to begin vaccinating Wisconsinites who are high rest. According to the cove it tracking project coronavirus hospitalizations in the U. S had an all time high of more than 100,000. On Wednesday. Mike Grassi, a Washington
States plan for vaccines as daily US virus deaths top 3,100
"Hi Mike Rossi a reporting states are putting in requests for one of the coronavirus vaccines today marks a critical point in the battle against the corona virus it's the deadline for states to submit requests for the Fizer vaccine and specify where they want it shipped many states appear set to follow guidance from the CDC to put health care workers and nursing home patients first in line Wisconsin governor Tony YVR is once one of these large enough to vaccinate all four hundred fifty thousand members of our healthcare workforce and to begin vaccinating Wisconsinites who are high risk according to the Kobe tracking project coronavirus hospitalizations in the U. S. hit an all time high of more than one hundred thousand on Wednesday Mike Rossio Washington
Trump files lawsuit challenging Wisconsin election results
"Hi Mike Rossi a reporting president trump files a lawsuit challenging election results in Wisconsin president Donald Trump hasn't given up on overturning the results of the presidential vote in Wisconsin trump filed a lawsuit today seeking to disqualify more than two hundred twenty one thousand ballots cast in the states to most democratic counties that walkie county and Dane county trump asked the Wisconsin Supreme Court to take the case directly and the court has given Wisconsin's governor Tony Evers a Democrat and unusually tight deadline of eight thirty PM tonight to respond to the lawsuit conservatives hold a four three majority on the Wisconsin Supreme Court on Monday YVR is at the chairwoman of the Wisconsin elections commission certified Democrat Joe Biden as the winner of the state's ten electoral college votes hi Mike Rossio
California official: just say 'no' to family Thanksgiving
"Some of the nation's governors and health officials are still trying to convince people to cancel their thanksgiving plans California state health secretary says it's not too late to just say no when it comes to family and friends wanting to visit on thanksgiving it's necessary to modify your pas our usual traditions so really stopped the surge this year Dr mark galli says hospitalizations statewide increased eighty one percent this month in Wisconsin governor Tony Evers says gatherings need to be only with family members who already live together none of us wants to be the one to unwittingly spread those viruses somebody we love will host the next super spreader event ended New York governor Andrew Cuomo says he won't see his eighty nine year old mother this thanksgiving and reminds residents to keep their gathering small end use face coverings wear a mask don't be a Turkey hi Jackie Quinn
"governor tony" Discussed on AP News
"Then we just all do. Finger snaps will acquire those statements coming at you saying he's coming at Joe? Yes. No. Maybe Anyway, see your practice tonight? I got new lyrics for the ref break. Progressive casualty insurance company and affiliates. Pricing coverage match limited by state law. Okay, Quinn as the presidential transition process is finally getting under way. I'm pleased to have received the ascertainment from G s a Carry out a smooth and peaceful transition of power and President elect Joe Biden is being briefed on covert vaccines and sensitive issues. The GOP in Wisconsin's trying to block the certification of the state's election results. Republicans have filed a lawsuit alleging fraud without evidence, and they seek to get authorization for the GOP led legislature. To be able to hand pick electors who would then vote for their presidential pick The stock market rally today, the S and P 500 reached a new record high, as did the Dow, which closed over 30,000 for the first time a vote in Los Angeles County. The Board of Supervisors will not let restaurant stay open for outdoor dining because of quote alarming metrics in spiking. Folded cases are Restaurant association sued, saying that take out on Lee will kill many businesses. New York Governor Andrew Cuomo's urging caution for Thanksgiving gatherings. Don't be a turkey this Thanksgiving. Where a mask don't be a turkey. Wisconsin Democratic Governor Tony Evers says people shouldn't have guests in their homes were almost make must make short term sacrifices for a long term health. None of us wants to be the one to unwittingly spread. This virus is somebody We love our host the next Super spreader event we hear about in the news. The European Union, the U. S. And other donors have pledged billions of dollars for Afghanistan hoping to help build peace and stability. Fax news has reached a settlement with the parents of Seth Rich. Former Democratic National Committee employee who was killed in 2016 Fox News falsely suggested the victim, it leaked out campaign emails and that had something to do with his death. This is AP News. Home Depot's agreed to a $17 million settlement in a massive data breach that occurred six years ago. The agreement between Home Depot in the attorney General's of 46 states and the District of Columbia was over a 2014 data breach that exposed the payment card information of some 40 million customers. Cybercriminals hacked into the stores self checkout systems. Using a third party vendors, user name and password and then installed malware that harvested the customer's information. I'm surely Adler, many U. S. Schools are updating their traditional lessons on the first Thanksgiving feast, focusing as much on the Native American hosts of 16 21. As the English settlers who joined them students learning about the Wampanoag tribe as well as the conflict and injustice that face them. I'm Jackie Quinn, AP News Big surge on Wall Street today I'm Jackie Quinn within a P news minute new record highs today for the S and P. 500. The Dow Jones industrial average, which today closed above the 30,000, mark bankrate dot coms, Greg McBride, massive pandemic that's thrown tens of millions of Americans out of work. That saw 34% decline in the market from mid February too late March, And despite all that the market has rebounded, he says. There's enthusiasm over a covert vaccine on the way and also the transition to abide in administration. Los Angeles County supervisors have voted against the request to allow restaurants to stay open for outdoor dining, The county health director says the coded metrics are the most alarming we've ever seen. Wisconsin's governor, Tony Evers, is worried about Thanksgiving gatherings. None of us Wants to be the one to unwittingly spread this virus to somebody. We love Alabama's ranked number one in the college football playoff rankings. I'm Jackie Quinn. Some voting person, some by mail, and some are apparently voting with it. TV remote They time viewership for Fox News has dropped by about a third during the period two weeks before Election Day two. The two weeks afterward, the Nielsen numbers of good news for arrival, CNN and MSNBC. Both of which saw their weekly average day time numbers con slightly above those for Fox during that day, part.
"governor tony" Discussed on 860AM The Answer
"Last spring. Wisconsin Governor Tony Evert chased numbers continue to climb since last Friday. We've added more than 25,000 new cases, it took a 7.5 months to get to 100,000 cases. But it only took 36 days to add another 236,000 new Corona virus cases reported in the U. S yesterday with close to 62,000 hospitalizations. It's Veterans Day and especially solemn day at Arlington National Cemetery. The White House says President and Mrs Trump will visit the cemetery located just across the river from Washington, D. C. There, the commander in chief will participate in the traditional wreath laying at the tomb of the Unknown Soldier. It will be the president's first public appearance since the election was called for Joe Biden, a result that Mr Trump and his campaign are disputing. White House correspondent Greg Clugston Military affairs analyst, retired Army Lieutenant Colonel Robert McGinnis gives Mr Trump High mark saying. Took care of the veterans and rightly so. They sacrificed a great deal and it's far more than just the money. He gave them The esteem in the respect that they they certainly want Team Trump moving ahead with lawsuits aimed at ensuring the integrity of the presidential election. Senator Ted Cruz expected to take at least a few weeks to finalize the election results. Wall Street stock features higher this morning right now. Dow futures up 207 points. NASDAQ Futures ahead 1 45 SNP futures up 30 points or on these stories, a townhall dot com Excuse.
"governor tony" Discussed on AP News
"Pandemic this weekend. The US has now recorded more than nine million confirmed covert 19 cases, adding more than 100,000 nationwide in the past 24 hours. The death toll is approaching 230,000 with 1000 people dying of infections in the past day. Those numbers from Johns Hopkins University. As of Saturday morning, Wisconsin is among those states seeing a worrying Spike governor Tony Evers, if we want to do this, right And stop it in its tracks. People have to wear a freaking mask. Simple as that, But the World Health Organization's Maria van Kirk O says. That's not all. Even if you are wearing mess. You still need to maintain your distance. You still need to practice hand hygiene and make sure that your hands are clean. When you touched the outside of your mask you put on the mask appropriately. You take the mask off. You wear the mask over your nose and mouth. I'm Ben Thomas. AP News. The Purchasing managers index stood at 51.4, which is a slightly lower rate than in September. A reading above 50 in the monthly survey of companies indicates expansion. China's economy has gradually recovered since the index plunged in February during the peak of the Corona virus outbreak in China, the world's second largest economy grew 4.9% in the three months ending September 30th. The second straight quarter of growth after a contraction from January to March. I'm Sarah passes, the National Bureau of Statistics says China's manufacturing activity expanded in October for the eighth straight month. The purchasing managers index stood at 51.4, which is a slightly lower rate than in September. A reading above 50 in the monthly survey of companies indicates expansion. China's economy has gradually recovered since the index plunged in February during the peak of the Corona virus outbreak in China, the world's second largest economy grew 4.9% in the three months ending September 30th. The second straight quarter of growth after a contraction from January to March. I'm Sarah buses. The Scottish actor who was theory Jinnah ll. James Bond has died at the age of 90. Bond. James Bond, It's among the most famous character introductions in movie history. Sean Connery, identifying himself is too sexy and charismatic,.
"governor tony" Discussed on KOMO
"KOMO Seattle KOMO FM Oakville 20 Minutes of nonstop news starts Now we begin our top 55 right after ABC News among our top story, look for your card. Happy to go down any time soon on Charlie harder. The ruling from the state Supreme Court. I'm Ryan Harris with the back and forth going into what needs to be a balanced budget for Seattle and the latest on the Puyallup plane from ABC News and area holding her. The presidential candidates are about to speak directly to voters in dueling town halls, which began at this hour on different networks. Democrat Joe Biden in Philadelphia on ABC. And on another network Big set up tonight, President Trump at a rally in North Carolina just ahead of his town hall tonight on NBC. It's NBC the worst because he has many times before you called NBC's parent company, Con cast instead of Comcast CEO and cast and explained why he agreed to the town hall If he dislikes NBC so much I figured what the hell we get A three hour on television is Town Hall tonight Later, Officer Joe Biden Town Hall on ABC. Actually, I'd like to watch him because I want to see if he can make it through the program. Jason Johnson ABC NEWS Hollywood The second presidential debate was supposed to have taken place tonight. More people are opting not to wait until November, 3rd to do their civic duty with fewer than 20 days to go until Election Day. Early voting has already begun in 48 States, plus Washington, D. C. Only people in Hawaii in Washington state have not voted yet. According to the U. S elections Project out of the University of Florida, and unprecedented 17.8 million people have already voted at least 80.7 million ballots have been requested. In early voting states. NBC's Chuck Sivertsen. The covert tracking projects as the U. S, is into its third surge of code 19 new cases jumping 18% this week. Wisconsin Governor Tony Evers urging residents to stay are at a critical point in the battle.
"governor tony" Discussed on 860AM The Answer
"Governor Tony Evers and Canosa's mayor fear the presidential visit will only stoke tensions in the city. But Mr Trump sees things differently, saying the visit could encourage love and respect. For America. And the president says it has worked elsewhere and woodwork in Portland, Oregon, as well. Mr Trump talking about dispatching federal law enforcement personnel to the city we're riding is gone on for months under season over 94 days, but really has been under siege for years. If you know Portland so to the mayor, I say whenever you're ready, let us know will solve your problem of violence will solve your problem of crime will arrest Those criminals very rapidly and You'll be able to have some nice evenings and Portland bought. The Portland mayor has steadfastly refused to call for federal help. In fact, he is sharply criticized President Trump for even making the suggestion. Meanwhile, police in Portland had to declare a riot again last night after rioters ignited fires. Also unrest in Los Angeles following a deadly police shooting in south L. A. Police say the suspect, who was black, punched an officer in the face and dropped a gun during a confrontation. A federal appeals court in Washington is keeping the Michael Flynn case alive, at least for now. The court refusing to order dismissal of the prosecution of the former Trump national security adviser who was caught up in the discredited Russia probe, a Justice Department seeking dismissal of the case against Flynn On Wall Street. The Dow features down three points. NASDAQ features up 102 points more on these stories, the townhall dot com We thank the pain relief. It's natural pain relief that works and pain relief that attacks the source ofthe the pain. That's the experience of tens of thousands of Americans were taking really factor right now see their incredible video endorsements. That really fact not coming in order your three week quick starter pack for just 1995..
"governor tony" Discussed on AP News
"Julia. Leaving here. At this moment. Paralyzed. Wisconsin Governor Tony Evers has declared a state of emergency, adding more National Guard troops of those already in Kenosha after last night's violence, which led to more than 30 businesses, damaged or destroyed by fire on unknown number of residences were also damaged or destroyed. This is AP News Consumer confidence slips amid the resurgence of Corona virus in parts of the country. The Conference Board says its consumer confidence index is down for a second straight month to the lowest level in more than six years. Consumer spending accounts for 70% of the nation's economic activity. So when he drop in consumer confidence gets the attention of economists, one of whom says initial hopes for a faster return to a pre pandemic normal have now faded. President Trump is counting on a strong economy to boost his reelection chances. Just 37% of people in a piano RC Center for Public Affairs Research poll call the national economy Good. About half a proof of how the president's handling the economy. SOCCER Megane Washington FDA Commissioner Stephen Han apologizes for overstating the life saving benefits of treating Corona virus patients with convalescent plasma. Time to McGuire AP News The Trump family will take center stage on night. Two of the Republican Convention first Lady Melania Trump will give the evening's keynote speech alive from the Rose Garden with her husband among a small audience watching she talks about being a mother. Um, and she lays out the case for why why the president needs to be for another four years, spokeswoman Stephanie Grisham says it will be a very uplifting and positive speech after an opening night that's all Republicans paints a dark picture of America under a Biden administration. Tiffany and Eric Trump will also speak tonight, and the Trump Campaign spokesman says the president himself will play a significant role. Soccer agony. Washington First lady Melania Trump will give the evening's keynote speech alive from the Rose Garden with her husband among a small audience watching she talks about being a mother. Um, and she lays out the case for why why the president needs to be for another four years, spokeswoman Stephanie Grisham says. It'll be a very uplifting and positive speech after an opening night that's all Republicans paints a dark picture of America under a Biden administration. Tiffany and Eric Trump will also speak tonight at the Trump campaign spokesman says the president himself will play a significant role. Soccer agony. Washington Those who preceded Pompeo as the nation's top diplomat have long avoided the appearance of getting involved in domestic politics. He taped his address in Jerusalem, where he's on an official trip. Federal officials are banned from engaging in political activities on government time or at government expense. The State Department says Pompeo filmed the video during personal time and the convention paid for AP News I'm to McGuire First lady Melania Trump will deliver a.
"governor tony" Discussed on KCRW
"From NPR news. I'm Corvo Coleman. Some small fires burned overnight in Kenosha, Wisconsin, and a curfew has just concluded. That's after hundreds of protesters blocked into the streets on Sunday after Kenosha police shot a black man several times. Kenosha is 40 miles south of Milwaukee, from member station W. W. M. In Milwaukee, LaToya dentist reports The man is alive but in serious condition. Video circulating on Social media shows the man walking around his vehicle to get to the driver's side and opening the door. That's when a police officer can be seen grabbing the man by the back of his shirt and firing seven rounds into his back. He was airlifted to a Milwaukee area hospital, Wisconsin governor Tony Evers released a statement saying, quote While we don't yet have all the details that the black man shot is not the only black man or person shot or injured or mercilessly killed at the hands of individuals and law enforcement in our state or country. Evers went on to say he stands with all those who have continued to demand justice, equity and accountability for black lives. For NPR News. I'm LaToya DENNISON, Milwaukee The Republican National Convention kicks off today with a small business meeting in Charlotte, North Carolina. But as NPR's Tamara Keith reports, the rial action will be in prime time and largely virtual. Like the Democratic convention before a GOP festivities are dramatically scaled back due to Corona virus. But the Trump campaign is trying to put on a show that has more of a live event feel, with many speakers delivering remarks from an auditorium in Washington, D. C. The list of speakers includes a mix of trump family members, Cabinet officials and White House aides, Congressional Republicans and Internet famous conservatives. Donald Trump Jr and South Carolina Senator Tim Scott are among those scheduled to speak on opening night. The campaign says the convention will honor the Great American story and will be optimistic and forward looking, though Trump himself has repeatedly painted a dark and dire picture of what will happen if Democrats win. Tamara Keith. NPR news residents along Louisiana's Gulf Coast are sheltering.
"governor tony" Discussed on WTOP
"Wisconsin governor Tony versus still upset that his state home orders have been overturned even of all this chaos we cannot let the court's ruling do all the work we have done all the sacrifices Wisconsin's have made over these past few months many states around the nation are seen protests from those who want the say it on orders and it CBS news update I'm Steve farmer thirty two Friday morning the house will not just vote today this Friday may fifteenth on a three trillion dollar pandemic relief package lawmakers are also considering and historic change in how they vote we hear about both this morning from WTOP's Mitchell Miller on Capitol Hill relief measures the largest Congress has ever considered but the Republican controlled Senate has already made it clear it won't take up the legislation so it's the start of a lengthy legislative process and the pandemic has also led to a major vote on whether to allow lawmakers to vote remotely by proxy Ohio Republican Jim Jordan doesn't like the idea twenty two members to conduct the business of the American people that is certainly not what was envisioned in any way by the constitution but house Majority Leader Steny Hoyer says lawmakers have to adapt to the crisis we are not fundamentally changing the way the house works let me be clear we are not changing there is no advantage to Democrats no disadvantage to Republicans on Capitol Hill Mitchell Miller WTOP news thirty three Friday morning North Carolina senator Richard Burr has agreed to step aside from his chairmanship of the intelligence committee the news coming after the FBI took the Republicans fell this week as part of an insider trading investigation linked to the pandemic just as cold cases started spreading beyond China so the record show the burned his wife sold roughly between six hundred thousand and one point seven million dollars in stock several of them were in companies that own hotels bird meds that he sold them because of the corona virus but denies any wrongdoing he claims all his information came from public news reports mostly out of Asia he's also requesting an ethics review of this stock sales another senator reportedly connected to this investigation Diane Feinstein and we've learned the California Democrat has talked with the FBI apparently about recent stock trades by her husband Senate records on this show that he sold shares of a cancer therapy company in those early days of the pandemic back in January and February a spokesman for the senator tells the hill newspaper she voluntarily handed over documents last month to show that she had no involvement in those trades and Feinstein herself has apparently told CNN the company involved hello gene therapeutics is not involved in corona virus work station WTLV at three thirty.
"governor tony" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"And democratic governor Tony Evers say opening businesses up too quickly could risk reversing that progress in places like superior a far northern city that has not had high infection rates I mean I've had a couple phone calls on my personal phone already this morning saying are you guys open yeah Tina bream and bartender at Izzy's bar and superior she says people are hungry for connection after weeks of social distancing and she says she expects people at disease well maintained safe distance thing on their own as far as right now people are still kind of keeping themselves away from other people the state's largest cities Madison and Milwaukee remain under local stay home orders made quickly after the Supreme Court throughout the state wide order last night in the last twenty four hours a handful of local governments have also extended their own restrictions on businesses and most cases of covert nineteen in Wisconsin have been in urban areas it's in the states small cities and rural areas that life is going to change the most as a result of the court ruling local officials have recommended that businesses practice social distancing but it's not required of course just because the state wide order is lifted doesn't mean everyone will return to normal right away the only way I go out to eat as if I were outside and we were spaced far enough otherwise we will continue to order curbside or try to make their own Nancy rank was out for a walk Thursday with her friend Julie Olson in downtown la Crosse Olson says she doesn't agree with the court's decision but there's one thing she is looking forward to I need to go get my hair done if I cancel an order I am I'm going to I'll admit it even before the court's order the governor had already allowed retail businesses to reopen with restrictions but bars and hair salons remained closed until now Gillian array N. owns blonde and beyond a salon in Wausau her business didn't get any in come from the federal paycheck protection program she's applied for pandemic unemployment insurance but hasn't heard anything back it means her business has been without any income for eight weeks now she's preparing to open on Monday but with fifteen minute gaps between appointments lots of sanitizing and everyone wearing masks we were gonna find we're literally inches away from people you know it's not like we're just passing by quickly or like what we are literally in their faith yesterday's court ruling requires governor U. verse to work with state lawmakers on any new statewide pandemic rules but there are few signs will be able to come together with the Republican controlled legislature state GOP leaders said they favor planning the state response to future covered nineteen outbreaks not implementing new restrictions right away for NPR news I'm rob answer in Wausau Wisconsin.
"governor tony" Discussed on WTMJ 620
"News center governor Tony YVR says he's concerned but not alarmed by the first corona virus case in Wisconsin governor tells me he's not worried about coronavirus in Wisconsin the rest what it is it's a long rest I asked the governor at what point he personally would become concerned it was in the error of several people that were traveling from China and they ended up here in Wisconsin and they have exposure to lots of people jammer here WTMJ news and has won a confirmed case for more people are now undergoing tests for possible symptoms Wisconsin senator Ron Johnson tells WTMJ there's no easy answer you don't want to over react you don't want to under react trying to get a perfect we won't get it perfect but people are just really take a hard look at this in trying to respond appropriately Wisconsin the only confirmed case right now is in danger county Rockies fire and police commission says it wants the Milwaukee county sheriff's office to help to get to the bottom of a leaked video video shows firing police commission chairman Stephen to focus sitting in on a police interview with Kaelin Hey what the focus says he was representing Hey what is your personal attorney and was not at that meeting is a member of the commission earlier this week mayor Tom Barrett called Billy quote concerning and demanded an investigation the video was leaked back in December the same month is the commission was considering a contract extension from Milwaukee police chief Alfonso moralis the video showed no criminal wrongdoing over to focus could be on the hook for ethical violation Mike Spaulding WTMJ news fighting reckless driver still on the forefront for Milwaukee police but the police union says it still needs more help the walking police association president Dale Borman telling WTMJ they're actively working with lawmakers on the issue over the last year or so how many people how many citizens have died including children from reckless drivers we need the tools to be able to stop the reckless driving what the officer was shot and wounded while pursuing a reckless driver earlier this week the changes that accused el Paso Walmart sure Patrick crucis will ever walk free again are practically nonexistent this morning the twenty one year old has had federal hate crime counts added to his state murder charges six months after the massacre that killed twenty two people US attorney John bash made the announcement a federal grand jury sitting here el Paso returned a ninety count indictment against the wall March shooter assistant Attorney General Eric drive and says the new charges aren't as much about what the el Paso government did but why to frighten and intimidate the Hispanic community based on the online postings of Patrick Lucius Jim Ryan ABC news Dallas discusses warning newsletter by Waukesha State Bank partnering with businesses because of what they bring to the community coming up the Oscars to be awarded Sunday what's the price tag on the Golden State you WTMJ news time is seven thirty five conveniently sprinkled across southeast Wisconsin just like our branches Waukesha state bank's customer storage master is a true community partner for more than twenty years storage master has been building something special the climate controlled storage facilities are known for their state of the art security with digital video cameras keypad gates and so on locks they also offer free truck rental for movements it's no wonder the storage giant has grown to the second largest of its kind in the state but it's not just a growth impresses me its owner Alex cemex dedication to his faith community and work full cabinet school committee that fit so well with Waukesha state.
"governor tony" Discussed on WTMJ 620
"Governor Tony fevers decides to put political ambition. for Democrats ahead of common sense and taxpayer dollars it's it's an amazing story that's gonna it's kind of in the weeds but but it's again it's one of these Amazing Stories Sean Duffy is of course the he just stepped down yesterday he was the congressman that represents kind of the northwest portion of the state huge district it is a solid Republican district all right but YVR is doesn't want it to be a solid Republican district so here here's what's going on and it's just it it just it makes you trust roll your eyes involuntarily okay Duffy steps down so there needs to be a special election to fill the remainder of the feast term okay so here here's the deal in Wisconsin we already have a spring primaries set up for it's going February eighteenth February eighteenth people all over the state are going to go and they're going to vote in a spring primary election for non partisan offices the clerks offices could be open people are going to be voting there is a general election April seventh and that's going to be for all the non partisan offices there's going to be a Supreme Court race that's going to be on the ballot and there's going to be the presidential primaries it's gonna be a big deal a lot of people are going to be voting Iverson could have easily scheduled the Duffy a lecture the special election for the primary for February eighteenth and the general election for April now whoever wins is gonna have to turn around and run again in November so they're only gonna be constant for a few months but but regardless you you could do it you wouldn't have essentially any extra cost because the clerk's office you're gonna clerk's office is gonna be open in February and then you can have the big election in in April delivers to that no what did he do he's announced that he's going to have the primary. election get this on December thirtieth which is a Monday. it we we always we always have elections on Tuesdays but he's decided that Tuesday is new year's eve so he's going to have the primary if you need one on the week between Christmas and new year's he's going to do it December thirtieth and then the general election is going to be January twenty seventh now keep in mind also what this is going to mean for their this congressional district involves about like eighteen counties are so what our clerk of courts doing around the end of the year cruel and not even a make you go on the radio answer this there's this thing called property taxes clerk of courts offices are swamped with trying to get property taxes out get you you've ever seen of clerk of courts office on the thirtieth and the thirty first people running to pay their property taxes well now in all these counties in addition to having to deal with this thanks to governor Tony Iverson they're going to have to be also dealing with conducting an election on December thirtieth a Monday between Christmas and new year's while you're trying to deal with property taxes and then they're going to have the general election it's scheduled for January twenty seventh now on the one hand you get I guess a congressman theoretically sixty days earlier right because the somebody's gonna win in January as opposed to having to wait till April seventh so you you get seventy two months earlier but really you're going to have a huge cost you're going to have a huge inconvenience and the point is you know kind of so what so what's really going on here what's driving this well I believe in this comes back to the state Supreme Court election if you have a congressional race that's going to be going on April seventh well then you're going to have that's a heavily Republican district at the solid Republican district you're going to have more Republicans motivated to come out to the polls they're going to vote for whoever the root. the nominee is and they're more likely to vote for the conservative Supreme Court candidate that's not something that Iverson wants to have happen so by rushing the election having it two months earlier putting the clerks of courts through all this stuff you argue ability to press the vote the partisan vote for that spring this spring general election maybe less Republicans turn out you know some people would say okay if you're over thinking this no that's exactly what what's going on here it's a solidly Republican district I am appreciate that it's important to have representation but the truth is Congress isn't going to be doing that much between the end of January and early April of next year anyways will the people in the district be horribly hurt if you don't have somebody that's filling that seat then the answer is no we could save the taxpayers thousands and thousands tens of thousands maybe more in dollars but we're not doing it because I think the governor wants to play politics go figure this is Jeff welcome to the team check stick around Jeff Wagner is right around the corner. you expect me to you this is Jeff Wagner he is not a home improvement expert thirty two to furnish just.
"governor tony" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN
"Anticipated the last fiscal year prompting lawmakers from both parties to claim credit for a sign of positive economic growth in the state non partisan legislative fiscal bureau announced Monday general fund tax collections for the twenty eighteen to twenty nineteen fiscal year which ended June thirtieth were up seven point four percent from the previous year this seventeen point three billion dollars collected in taxes was seventy five point five million or zero point four percent more than anticipated in may when the state was finalizing its twenty nineteen to twenty twenty one budget John Nygren Republican Marinette co chairman of the legislature's budget committee said in a statement Wisconsin is on the right track the numbers prove it with the amount of money coming into the state we can continue to prioritize education tax cuts and the like Senate Majority Leader Scott fitz Gerald was quick to credit former governor Scott Walker and legislative Republicans Republicans in the legislature he said I've spent the last decade leading the way on reforms that have helped bring about Wisconsin's comeback and as a result our state is one of the best places in the country to start a business the end of this story in the St journal Democrats meanwhile edited governor Tony Iverson took office midway through the latest fiscal year and whose first budget took effect July first in other words the day after the last fiscal year when even this reporter for the state journal does it by Democrats claims that Tony YVR is deserves any of the credit you know you have got a messaging problem also from the state journal do you know where apparently one of the most racist places in Wisconsin as I'll bet you wouldn't guess it's apparently in the Madison school district I know hi I am just as shocked as you are yesterday thousands of Madison educators gathered at where was this the Alliant energy center yep a light energy center five thousand teachers I head of the new school year which begins on Tuesday they did a giant pep rally the former superintendent of M. P. S. was big in this they they they would do that right there where they would get everybody fired up they have music there so you can make a difference yeah yeah you could do what well you know what they knew they were focusing on during this pep rally how on equal a place Madison schools are for students yeah in particular the district wants them fired up these teachers free quality Nichelle Nichols the district's director of equity partnership in engagements that we need to show up ready to create the kinds of classrooms hallways schools and community that will make things better and make things right for all of our students this would imply right that things are wrong how are things how do they need to be better is there a single conservative in the Madison school district I can think of no more liberal place Hey Madison public school everyone wants to feel like they belong she said and we're creating the hugest circle we can of human concern right now this more a circle of human concern the event featured Madison school district officials are student poet and Bettina love a popular speaker on issues of race in education the that highlighted the importance of the district is placed on black academic progress and all the racing the alarming achievement gap that has persisted despite years of efforts but according to the district's annual report released Monday progress is being made the report says that black students have made significant progress on key benchmark since twenty twelve the year before Jennifer cheated was hired.
"governor tony" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN
"Wisconsin governor Tony versus wasting no time following a judge's ruling blocking enforcement of bills Republicans pass last year in special session shortly after a judge issued an injunction against the legislature over bills passed that prevented the governor from pulling out of lawsuits without the legislature's permission. Governor has called on the State Department of Justice to quote, take whatever steps are necessary to remove Wisconsin from Texas v United States, that's the lawsuit from a number of states who are looking to overturn the Affordable Care Act, Raymond Newport, Wisconsin radio network. A Sean county woman is accused of trying to spread a little too much Saint Patrick's Seiichiro last weekend. Fifty-seven-year-old Kathleen Krause, allegedly distributed holiday themed cookies baked with pot a complaint says her neighbors contacted authorities Athar Krause gave her one of the cookies over the weekend. In the town of west got the woman turned the pot cookie over to thirties. Who then confronted Crowson her home? Officers say she was visibly intoxicated and reeked of marijuana and alcohol, a searched the home also turned up, gummy laced THC candies and pill bottles. She made a court appearance on Monday and was released on one thousand dollars bond on the condition. She stay sober and not leave the state without permission. Mike Leshner, Wisconsin radio network. Facebook now says its employees mistakenly had access to millions of users passwords FOX's Kristin Goodwin explains. Facebook reveals it stored hundreds of millions of account passwords and an internal database which was available to employees usually the company masks, logging info, so staff can't see it. The mishap was discovered in January during a security review. Facebook is investigating. But hasn't said how long passwords were stored in this way, a statement from the social media giant says we have found no evidence to date that anyone internally abused or improperly access them. Adding users can change. Passwords if they choose.