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Bloomberg Radio New York

02:39 min | 6 d ago

"greg store" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Least publicly alone it's not that surprising that justice Thomas chose not to explain So how much of a victory is this for the House committee It's a pretty significant victory Both in terms of the practical aspects getting these documents that they want The political aspects of it the notion that the Supreme Court is not going to stand in the way of the committee's work at least at this point And from a legal standpoint even though there are some questions about the presidential value of the lower court opinion we do have an opinion that says that a former president can't stand in the way of this sort of inquiry Is this being seen as a rebuke of former president Trump by the court that includes three of the justices he appointed and which is turned inside his request before You could look at it that way The court has at least in the context of Donald Trump's efforts to overturn the election result Really not given a whole lot hasn't taken up any of the appeals that tried to challenge the election results and now with this case involving the January 6th attack is at least at this point not showing any willingness to jump in on his side and try to block the congressional inquiry So what's left of this case Probably not very much The documents are being turned over because the Supreme Court refused to grant this stay The appeals court decision goes into effect That means that the documents that the national archives is free to and already is turning over the documents to the committee there may be some other documents down the road where the former president tries to make additional objections to and certainly we're going to have other cases about whether people need to testify before the January 6th committee But in terms of these documents that case is over But technically there's still an appeal of the lower court ruling There is technically still an appeal to lower court ruling That is correct And probably late February maybe early march that will come up before the Supreme Court and presumably they will reject that appeal perhaps there will be some dissenting or concurring opinions explaining a little more about the justices thinking but that really should be a matter of formality Right although the documents will probably have been turned over by then coming up next I'll continue this conversation with Bloomberg new Supreme Court reporter Greg store and we'll talk about a controversy over masks The mass of the justices at the oral arguments Remember you can always at the latest legal news on our Bloomberg podcast you can find them on Apple podcasts Spotify and wherever you get your favorite podcasts I'm Jim grosso and you're listening to Bloomberg.

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"greg store" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

08:59 min | 2 weeks ago

"greg store" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Ounce West Texas enemy accrued down 7 tenths 78 90 a barrel I'm Charlie pellet That is a Bloomberg business flash You're listening to Bloomberg you sound on with Joe Matthew on Bloomberg radio Osha says the vaccine or test mandate that was before the Supreme Court today would have saved more than 6500 workers lives Over the course of 6 months if it had been implemented And as we heard from Bloomberg's Greg store a few minutes ago the conservative justices were skeptical today of this requirement hard to tell which way the court goes though either way will have huge implications for the Biden administration and largely for Democrats in a midterm election year Let's reassemble the panel for more with Bloomberg politics contributors Genie Shenzhen and Rick Davis Rick Could you see this court upholding this rule I think it's likely not to express a lot of skepticism around it I would say the one thing that's probably in the back of their minds if not the forefront of their minds is what you just mentioned which is how do you get around the fact that it looks like if they rule against the rules by ocean and Medicare Medicaid that they're actually not doing what they can to avoid loss of life And I think that may be one of the most compelling arguments the government made today Jeannie it is something to consider here There are going to be wide ranging implications either way this happens If the court does strike this down what does that mean for the Biden administration's attempt to beat this virus It's going to have a big negative impact on the administration and also most importantly on the loss of life and people getting ill and potentially the economy as a whole That said this is the same court that is upheld state vaccine mandates almost across the board since the began So the real issue in this case was number one about how broad this mandate was you know osha I think it's a little different than Medicare Medicaid one as Greg talked about But the real question here is what the court often has to think about which is who gets to decide They believe the police powers in this country reside at the state level when the state makes these mandates They're likely to upheld them but because they feel that this was broadly issued by the federal government that's where the rub is for these conservatives And I think that's why they are probably going to knock it down and say if you want these mandates that's fine Get them through the states Well is there a world in which the Biden administration goes back to Congress for some legislation on this Rick or am I just being funny now You know I think there could be an attempt to try and if the court rules against him to go back to Congress and say okay the court said we needed explicit congressional approval for this quite a lot The term vaccine mandates needs to be in the law And I can see why they would want to fight that fight It's probably a positive fight for them with the public So sure I think that could be one of the results of this very easily In terms of the midterm election cycle here though in just the Republican narrative Genie about Democrats here trying to tell you how to live your life Either way it seems like Republican candidates can get fuel out of this If it's upheld you say okay look here you go again with liberals trying to run your life and other overbearing another overreach in the name of COVID If it struck down Republican candidates can say we told you this was un American now look at Joe Biden He can't even get this past the Supreme Court here Doesn't this end up with a positive narrative for Republicans either way I think they're going to try to make it that way But I think there is an important argument for the Democrats and the Biden administration to make And that is our number one claim when we came into office was we were going to beat this pandemic We were going to keep you alive We were going to get the vaccine through We were going to get the testing done And we are doing that despite being forwarded at every step including by a very conservative Trump now led Supreme Court So they can respond to that And I think it works to Democrats advantage actually Just as the case of potentially when this court if its sides with Mississippi and the abortion case these are things that will frighten Democrats and get Democrats out to vote in a year they aren't really going to be energized to vote So Democrats can use this as well Which way does it cut in a midterm election cycle Rick if you're a Republican candidate which outcome helps you You know it's hard to tell I mean the politics around COVID has been swirling around on a partisan basis I think that it's just it could be a base issue or a Republicans in a primary cycle will want to obviously cater to the base and the base once to not have these mandates But I would say two part of what complicates this is many companies have already implemented this Companies can do whatever they want with their employees along this line And so it's not a clear cut case of whether or not the public acceptance of this is political because big companies like United Airlines and others have already implemented many of these facts mandates So I think it's actually a little confusing I can't imagine there's a win loss politically and a primary level either in the democratic or the Republican parties and too soon to tell I think with the scourge of the vaccines our scourge of the COVID still out there where will it be in November Is it going to be on top of people's minds as it is today I don't know Yeah There's also the matter of defining vaccinated at this point Jeannie Now we're already talking about whether we're going to need another booster and have the requirement of four shots Some vaccine requirements for restaurants for instance will require three shots evidence of a booster At this point doesn't all this need to be written in It does I will tell you this to me is the biggest challenger one of the biggest challenges the administration is facing right now And that is the confusing messages that are coming out As you mentioned one example being what constitutes being vaccinated is it now three Are we talking for what types of masks are we supposed to be using when do you have to get tested to be out of quarantine All of these questions swirling around and of course the CDC's communication efforts have been less than stellar and the Biden administration really has got to get their hands on that Because it is confusing You ask people what are the latest requirements and people throw their hands up Well I wonder if you see a different ruling coming down on these two separate cases Rick one about private employers which might be a little bit more clear when it comes to nursing homes and facilities getting federal funding Is that not a different scenario to rule on Well there's certainly a long history of the government federal government requiring especially first responders and others to adhere to certain rules because they do accept Medicare and Medicaid funds So I do think there's much more of a link to legitimate federal role in that part of the ruling than exist obviously with the general workforce of companies over a hundred employees So I think that the court could split the baby on this one and side with the government on the use of personnel in Medicare and Medicaid funded establishments Plus these are higher risk places Like nursing homes and things like this so they can avoid looking like they don't care about the healthcare or death rates associated in those places and could actually uphold the mandates there Spending time with Rick and Genie on a Friday you can go ahead and pour the beverage We only have a couple of minutes left here to the fastest hour in politics and then we're on the weekend If I can say that out loud one of the big stops in the road next week will be the confirmation hearings for Jay Powell lael brainard Jeannie I don't know how newsy this is going to be since they seem to be widely believed to be confirmed But does it lead to a whole other conversation and a lot of questions about the seats yet to be filled as we discussed earlier this hour Very well could I think it will be newsy for everybody that listens to Bloomberg They will be fascinated to hear it And I have to tell you I have to tell you I am really looking forward to the conversations in terms of what the fed's mandate should be And when they are overstepping that obviously with these two nominees that's we know where they stand on some of this But as we go forward that's what I'm excited about But I do think it's going to raise questions about again what did Brian mean when he said shortly and when are we going to get those in those nominations and you know how well how will they be received particularly.

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"greg store" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

01:44 min | 2 weeks ago

"greg store" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"On Obviously he's got to pay some attention inflation but now is the time Rick and junior are with us for the hour we'll rejoin the panel in a bit coming up the president's vaccine or test mandate for employers goes before the Supreme Court Arguments heard this morning in Washington And we'll talk about it coming up with Bloomberg's Supreme Court reporter Greg store here on the fastest hour in politics fascinating arguments will bring you in the room On sound on I'm Joe Matthew This is Bloomberg President of the Jewish streaming on pico is the girls trip of a lifetime Look at this water We're gonna give them something to talk about 7 iconic housewives four different cities Oh my God this thing right vacation a Turks and Caicos The party now And there's no party like a housewives party I don't give a fuck You're not a girl's girl Why would you say that Find out what happens when the forecast brings sunshine and a whole lot of shade You are so self absorbed It's crazy The Real Housewives ultimate girl trip All episodes streaming now Only on FIFA Communal fund zoya rains and her husband Robert Friedman Jewish activists and philanthropists Talk about why they chose the Jewish communal fund for their charitable giving As very busy working parents we wanted to focus more on the charity part of it and wanted to focus more on our children and less on the administration The Jewish communal fund is one of the oldest and largest donor advised funds but at the same time they are totally up to date and have state of the art systems for us to access and manage our contributions online The assets in our funds at the JCF grow tax free So we can generate more charitable dollars to support the charities that we care about most Let JCF minimize your taxes and maximize.

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"greg store" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

02:51 min | Last month

"greg store" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"By the end of January So we really kind of failed on even ramping up manufacturing Once we get to a point where we can have a treatment that can reduce hospitalizations in half we know that vaccines reduce hospitalizations and deaths When you put all these pieces together I think people are going to be much more willing to move back to a normal activities as we head into summer and fall One of the things that we hear increasingly I do I hear people say including some doctors say we should take another look the CDC should at the ten day quarantine period But at this point we don't necessarily need a ten days for everybody If you start testing negative it's okay to come out of quarantine earlier I think CDC is reviewing that Do you have a view on it I would defer to the scientists The scientists I trust and have followed throughout this pandemic from the early days believe that once you start testing negative we can reduce the quarantine period A quarantine period is only useful when people follow it So if you say hey you only need to do this for 5 days People might be more willing to do it than if you say you're going to have to for ten And so what we need is compliance with these activities and people to act and in responsible way that if you're feeling in half COVID like symptoms ideally get a rapid test if you're positive then stay home a handful of days and if you're negative and continue going about your lives that would be an ideal situation Finally Chris one of the points you've raised which is terribly important we tend to forget about right now in the crisis is the percentage of GDP devoted to healthcare It already was the highest bile long shot among developed countries And we've taken it north of there haven't we We have We have record number increases more than $4 trillion in the United States at this point in time So the reality is we've seen a huge uptick going forward Now some could argue if we don't spend it if you don't have your health what good is a larger television or a faster car or any of these other things and clearly the U.S. is the global leader in innovation and healthcare and we want to remain that But I think we do need to have a conversation about making sure healthcare is affordable for individuals going forward And that's what we've seen taken from the no surprise billing act to some of the actions to try to decrease premiums by the Biden administration but even that's now in doubt with fights over the future of the belt back better act Historically as you know better than anyone it's difficult to get the cost of healthcare down There are a lot of perverse incentives in the system that encourage higher costs across the board from insurers to in particular hospitals which no one wants to hit because they employ 5 million people and oftentimes the largest employer in Mexico There is that Okay Thank you so much to Chris meekins of Raymond James Coming up the fight over vaccine mandates go to the Supreme Court in a special session We talk with our Supreme Court reporter Greg store That's next on balance of.

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Bloomberg Radio New York

01:35 min | Last month

"greg store" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"So much That's I love the West Coast correspondent for Bloomberg news joining us on location from the port of Los Angeles He's going to move on to a different protocol Let's move to Washington D.C. and get a check the latest world in Nashville news with Nancy lions Heinous Thanks Tim The Supreme Court will allow challenges to a controversial Texas abortion law but in the meantime the law will still be left in place in an 8 to one opinion today The U.S. Supreme Court says abortion providers may still sue in federal court over the law which bans most abortions after 6 weeks and Bloomberg Supreme Court reporter Greg store says there is now some clarification about who they can sue Because it is enforced by private lawsuits Abortion providers don't know who to sue to block the law So they tried various things They tried state court clerks state court judges the attorney general and the Supreme Court in an opinion by justice Gorsuch basically said the only people you can sue are a handful of state officials That's Bloomberg's Greg store The Labor Department says U.S. consumer prices climbed 6.8% in November but the president says it would have been worse without the effort he's making White House economic adviser Jared Bernstein in a Bloomberg interview attributed the inflection largely to pressure created by a level of demand for durable goods snarled supply chains prices at the pump are down 7% Prices of natural gas are down 25% None of those declines made it into the report So we expect energy to be much more of a neutral or even a negative factor in December We're entertained measures from getting major reports to operate longer hours for releasing oil.

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"greg store" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

03:03 min | 4 months ago

"greg store" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Bloomberg television and radio I'm David Westin It is the first Monday of October which means the Supreme Court began its new term today and our Supreme Court reporter Greg store is here to take us through what we can expect So some pretty high profile cases very political cases coming up this year Greg Yeah it's about things like abortion and guns and religion Some real cultural divide issues before the court this term The biggest of which is going to be abortion because the court has a case that could lead to overturning roe V wade the landmark decision that legalized abortion nationwide it's all happening amid the public approval for the court and a lot of questions about whether the court is shifting course just because it has changed its members and now has a more conservative makeup Yeah it certainly is a different chord in terms of who's sitting up there on the bench But I guess a lot of us are waiting to find out where some of that takes us For example Amy Coney Barrett the new justice and the newest justice Yeah and she and the court as a whole was somewhat restrained last term They did have a lot of small conservative results but not any of the big blockbusters That may change this term The abortion case in particular was a real eye opener because it wasn't the case the court had to take And it really takes direct aim at roe V wade It's not clear which justices wanting to hear that case But it's a fair bet that the court wouldn't have taken that unless they were seriously considering rolling back abortion rights and more likely than not she will be a part of that So as I understand it just take me through that one Greg the question of whether roe versus wade is still good law with overcome or not is very much in the case But the court I assume could decide in the case without deciding that ultimate question It could So the case before them is about a Mississippi law that bans abortion after 15 weeks of pregnancy Now that law is really really hard to square with the 1992 Planned Parenthood versus Casey decision that reaffirmed row and essentially said viability is the line when the fetus can live outside the woman roughly 20 22 weeks something like that At that point up until that point the state can not impose significant restrictions Obviously the Mississippi law is a significant restriction before viability So it's hard to see how the cork can't at least weaken those precedents if it's going to uphold the Mississippi law And finally just quickly give us an update on justice Kavanaugh who reported as positive for COVID-19 I understood he was not in the court today Is it interfering with the court's proceedings at all Not in terms of doing its business Yeah so they were back in the courtroom today for the first time in 19 months justice Barrett on the bench for the first time since she's been a justice And there was one seat empty That was justice Kavanaugh's And he piped in when it was his turn or when he wanted to with questions by telephone He'll be there We're told this week We don't know about the future Last word is that he does not have symptoms He has been fully vaccinated.

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Bloomberg Radio New York

05:35 min | 1 year ago

"greg store" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"From Bloomberg Radio. I've been talking to Greg store. Bloomberg News Supreme Court reporter and Kimberly Straw Bridge. Robinson Bloomberg Law Supreme Court reporter about what's coming up at the court. This year, The court has agreed to hear three appeals relating to immigration one over President Trump's use of Pentagon funds to build the wall. Another over his requirement that asylum seekers remain in Mexico until their cases are decided, and a third over what immigration judges must do when turning away asylum seekers. Kimberly what's likely to happen in these cases when Joe Biden takes office and has a different immigration policy from Trump's? Are they likely to go away? Well, you know, Jen, uh, typically immigration and one of those in shoes that tends to stay relatively constant between the different administration, But you and I have talked about how immigration has really taken an outsized role. On the Supreme Court stock it under the Trump administration, given that it's such a priority for them, and you know, two of these cases, which are considered some of the biggest cases of the term do involved Trump Administration policies that we expect the Biden administration to reverse early on in its tenure. And so these are cases that we could see the bind his administration come in. And urge the Supreme Court to dismiss something. I think the justices would be particularly happy to do given the contentious nature of them. So the first is one that deals with the Trump administration so called remain in Mexico policy, and this requires a violence seekers to arrive through the US Mexico border. Wait in Mexico while their claims are being processed by the federal government and not allowing them to wait inside the United States. The other is as you mentioned as dispute over funding for the border wall, which has used Theo de phones and again this is something that we expect the by an administration to urge the justices actually mix from their docket. One They have the ability to do so. Let's turn to another area. There's also a case involving union organizing. Tell us about that, Kimberly Sure. So. The Cedar Point case is another case in which the Robert Court seeks to rein in influence of employee unions. Listeners may remember that recently, the court in Jana's said that states couldn't require their workers to pay so called agency or fair share fees. Um, that require non members to pay for portions of the union work that benefits not just union members. But all workers. At issue in this case is a California rule that allows unions access. To agricultural workers or employers on the employer work sites. In specific instances, the agriculture companies here say that that actually amounts to an unconstitutional taking, that is the Fifth Amendment prohibits the government from taking property without just compensation. So you know, a strawberry grower in this case says that union reps entered their property and disrupted work for several days in what amounted to a taking. But the lower court disagreed with that. That that even though you know the Presence on the employer's property can be continual. It's not the kind of permanent taking that requires just compensation under the Constitution. The Roberts court has restricted union rights. As you mentioned in the Janis case in 2018, the court overturned a 40 year old precedent. So, Greg, is it likely that the justices took this case to overturn the lower courts? You have to think at a minimum, they're skeptical of this ruling. So not only is it a labor case, and we've seen the court In other labor cases divide along ideological lines and, of course, now they haven't even stronger conservative majority. But it's also taking place case and the Supreme Court A couple terms ago made it even easier for property owners. TOC Street, the federal court when they think that their property has been taken from them in violation of the Constitution. No, There are a couple signs here that the court's conservative majority may well be a inclined to rule against the state and to say that In this case, the property owners can indeed claim that their constitutional rights were violated. Kimberly. Are there any cases that the court has in other contexts that would indicate how a takings case might be handled? Well, I think taking cases and property rights in general could see a robust resurgence under the Supreme Court's new 63 majority. And we do see a couple of Fourth Amendment cases that seek to advance the idea that the Fourth Amendment itself is less about setting women's from police behavior. And more about individual property rights. So these cases for them in the cases along with this case will be interesting to see how robustly the new justices in the new court seize property rights. And in various contexts. Coming up next on this special New Year's Day edition of the Bloomberg Law Show. I'll Continue this conversation with Bloomberg Law, Supreme Court reporter Kimberly Strawberry dropping Seuin and Bloomberg News Supreme Court reporter Greg Store. We'll talk about two cases coming up that could further weaken the Voting Rights Act. Had a case that may turn out to be one of the most watched cases of the term, at least for sports fans and one case that's not yet on the docket. Mississippi's 15 Week abortion Ban law could be one of the first abortion case is justice Any Cockney Barrett rules.

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Bloomberg Radio New York

02:27 min | 1 year ago

"greg store" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"A and for speculating about justice Barritt, But this may come down to the extent to which justice Cavanaugh is willing to overturn something that a state court or a state official Did and instead to defer to their Republican state legislature, and there's no indication he would die with the Republican State Legislature. But there's a little more mystery here. So let's talk about that Wisconsin case 5 to 3 decision that rejected Democratic calls to reinstate a six day extension for the receipt of mail ballots Tell us about Justice Cavanaugh's concurrence there that drew so much attention. Yeah, He was a really strong concurrence there in what you said a couple things. First of all That case involved a federal judge, not a state Supreme Court, like in Pennsylvania, a federal judge ordering an extension because of Kobe that males delays and even Chief Justice Roberts. Agreed with the conservatives that a federal judge does not have the authority to do that when you're clear that story command and especially when it's happening right before an election, justice, Kavanaugh wrote an opinion explaining that he also went further incited the Bush V. Gore decisions from 2000 and in particular concurrence in that case by conservative justice, where he argued for the ability of the Supreme Court to overturn decision. Eight Supreme Court, not just general, which is what happened in Bush versus Gore, and along the way, just callin on set a few things that sounded a bit like Donald Trump. He talked about how if there were late balance that could be charging the recent election. You talked about chaos and suspicions of impropriety he talked about states wanted to be able to announce the results of the election on election night. There were some errors in the opinion and justice Elena Kagan in her dissent was pretty critical of Cavanaugh. She sure once she took on a lot of the things I just described, including one of the things you said, which is that there would be a perception that the results of the election, which slips he's that were left it late arriving ballot overturned the earlier results, and she shot back that there are no results. The clippings all the ballots are counted. Nothing could be more suspicious or improper that refusing the tally, though, because the clock struck 12 on election night. Thanks, Greg. That's Bloomberg News. Supreme Court reporter Greg Store Coming up is court reform in the offing..

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Bloomberg Radio New York

06:19 min | 1 year ago

"greg store" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"It starts at $699. Is also an iPhone 12 pro that starts at 9 99 and an iPhone 12 pro Max. It's a larger phone with an entry level price of 1000 and $99. Well, the Trump Administration is folded battle against extending the census count, and it's now been handed. A major victory in Baxter has over Global news in San Francisco. Yeah, right, truly, U. S. Supreme Court has left the Trump Administration and the census count two weeks short. Of a federal court, which had extended through the end of the month. Bloomberg Supreme Court reporter Greg Store says there is a definite blow to civil rights groups, but that said they did succeed in extending the count up until this point. The administration want to stop it on September the 30th because because of the litigation they've had to had to keep counting in. The civil rights groups now say millions of people have been counted because of that. Supreme Court Senate confirmation hearings today with questions judging Amy Cockney Barrett answering questions about our positions on the time, not here on a mission to destroy the affordable care act. I'm just here to apply the law and adhere to the rule of law and not recusing herself on any election ruling, but saying she will consult with other justices and make a decision on due process would be very clear for the record until all members of this committee That No matter what anyone else may think, or expect. I have not committed to anyone or so much as signaled. I've never even written and she says she would not commit to any rulings on abortion, saying they're certain guarantees for birth control in state jurisdiction. Meanwhile, President Trump has asked the U. S Supreme Court to block a federal appeals court decision that would permit the district attorney in Manhattan to get his tax filings and other financial records is part of a criminal investigation. Ah federal appeals court in New York last week. Rejected the latest attempt by Trump to block a grand jury. Subpoena. CHINA, Cuba Russia elected to the U. N Human Rights Council, despite vehement opposition from activists and organizations who say the countries governments are among the worst offenders of human rights globally, Saudi Arabia did not make the cut. And Koba Nineteens become the Grinch that may have stolen Halloween if there is such a thing in California, at least the state's top health official, Dr Mark Galley, says, while trick or treating will not be banned some of the traditional Halloween celebrations such as parties Door to door trick or treating, we know pose a high risk of spreading cove it and are therefore strongly discouraged. And he says do it at home, or virtually New York City is issued $150,000 in fines and 100 summons over the weekend. Mostly targeted at the hot spots where there had been great resistance to isolation policies in San Francisco. I'm Ed Baxter, this is Bloomberg, right, Brian. Thank you. Our guest is Sutra in managing director of global macro strategy at Manulife Investment Management. Sue no stimulus at hand in the US we have the president say go big or go home, so that shows that he's on a different page from Senate Republicans. And then we had the pause in these two trials addressing covered 19. Vaccine in treatment should the market be concerned? Hi Bryan. Well on the stimulus plan still hanging in the balance. It is incredibly disappointing that livelihood has become politicized on the market Contentious is tilting already towards nothing being done before the election. But there could yet be a positive surprise if Donald Trump is able to use executive orders as he has promised to get money into people's pockets, and that may also increases his election on on the vaccine. What's being quite a consistent theme in terms of business is that businesses don't actually put all the eggs into the vaccine basket. In fact, Most of our site, the need for more effective testing on site and the reopening of schools and day care centers in order to normalize their business operations vaccine. Actually, the existence of a vaccine actually falls pretty low and Tim's on the priority list. So you touch there on the election? Pretty much every day. I'm getting in my inbox. You know, Blue sweet. What does this mean? You're saying Look, it's trump by a landslide. Tell us why perhaps the markets could be under pressing this. Actually, Julia the point that I was making, and that note was that the polls? Yes, they say Biden clean sweep. The market appears to be pricing in that eventuality, but pretty large assumption that the whole don't actually have major. Something issues which asses it is a big assumption when you look at it. Enthusiasm, however, rally attendees, signage, registration, even cookie sales and Internet activity That is trump violence slide. So my point is that It's not a done deal and that we could be in for Ah Ah, relax on 26 stained in terms of the shock to markets, given how Steve market pricing and So let's turn the focus a little bit to Asia. We have a big speech coming from President Xi Jinping in Shang Jin today what he expecting to hear I would expect that she is like me. Tio fly the flag for globalization and China's leadership role in that something rather deja v On his days off a few years ago, I think really, the key for the region and general Bar is the resolution or some kind of Resolving off the very fractious relationship between us and China. Unfortunately, there is no end in front and that's regardless of who wins the US election. All right. Well, we'll continue the conversation with you shortly suit but wanted to get your thoughts as well as what we're seeing with some of these other monetary policy authorities. We have the best today, leaving zero currency appreciation. As expected, Brian.

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Bloomberg Radio New York

06:24 min | 1 year ago

"greg store" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"For a quick end of a stalemate over a new stimulus are fading with members of the House being told not to expect any action this week. Many Senate Republicans are rejecting the White House proposal for a deal stocks so climbing to the highest in almost six weeks amid a rally in giant technology companies as traders await earnings from major banks. They're also waiting for any other news on a fresh round of economic stimulus. Here's where we stand, the S and P 500 index is pushing are now up 64 points. That is a gain of 1.9%. Down's up. 308 points higher by 1.1%. NASDAQ Up 329 points up 2.8% as tax game for all of this year 32.7% That compares to advance for the SNP of 9.6%. No bond market trading Today we've got gold down 4/10 of 1% 1920 to the arms and West Texas Intermediate crude down 3% 39 36, now for a barrel of West Texas Intermediate crew. Recapping equities higher text leading the way as MP up 64 off 1.8%. I'm Charlie Pellet back, Kevin. Surly is a Bloomberg business Flash. Thank you, Charlie. I'm Kevin, surly, Chief Washington correspondent, limber television and radio And for David Westin today, we're just getting word that anticipated to begin her opening remarks within the next hour. Judge Amy Cockney Barrett before the Senate Judiciary Committee. We will take you to those remarks. Should we get them in this hour? We'll go live to Capitol Hill here to break down what we are anticipating during this confirmation hearing. Is Greg store on? He, of course, covers all things for Bloomberg Supreme Court. He is the Bloomberg Supreme Court reporter Greg Store. Okay, Greg, we're moments away from her talking. What are we going to be? What are you going to be listening for? Well, we've seen her opening statement, at least her prepared remarks, and she's going to say according to those that she is somebody who doesn't decide cases the way she wants. Some decided to decide according to the law, she's going to try to personalize herself a bit talking about her family. Really. It's a pretty standard statement from a Republican Supreme Court nominee, so part of what could be listening for is whether she deviates from that at all in her opening remarks OK. Meanwhile, what would you be listening for tomorrow during the all important question and answer portion of this what? What one of the risks for Republicans on one of the risks for Democrats. Well, The biggest thing we're watching for is does she make a mistake? That's really the only thing I would have to be a very big mistake for her to not be confirmed right now. So that's thing number One thing. Number two is the Democratic attacks on her. So far today has been remarkably narrow, and they're not really attacks on her their attacks on what could happen if she joins the court and in the process of nominating her. It's been a huge amount of talk about the affordable care act because that's going to be argued a week after the election a little bit of talk about abortion rights. And almost no talk about any other issue. So be interesting to see if Democrats go beyond that in their questioning of her okay. Meanwhile, on the issue of the election, yes, that's obviously going to color. All of this. But meanwhile, meanwhile, we could get some new clues in terms of how she would rule on a host of different cases. Chief among them health care What do we know? So on health care, See that I mentioned that case is going to be argued at the Supreme Court. We can win the election right now. It looks like she'll be on the court for that argument. She criticized the reasoning of John Roberts when he cast the key vote eight years ago to uphold the law. The current case is a little bit different than that it it comes from a change that Republicans made to the law to eliminate the tax penalty for not Having insurance. So it doesn't necessarily mean that because she was critical of John Roberts, then that she will vote to strike down the affordable care act now, But she's certainly going to be asked about her critical comments, and it will be very interesting to hear what she says about those and how that might possibly relate. How shall review the current case? Greg stores with us? He is a Bloomberg Supreme Court reporter. We're just moments away. From Judge Amy Cockney Barrett, delivering her opening remarks before the Senate Judiciary Committee chaired by Senator Lindsey Graham. Of course, he finds himself in a very tough reelection battle. In the Palmetto State. That is South Carolina. Meanwhile, there's some other cases that the Supreme Court will be weighing in on after the healthcare After the health care decision, Greg store. What are some of the other cases that we know are going to be are likely to be on the Supreme Court docket? Well, right now, let me just first day what we don't have. We don't have any abortion cases. Right now. The court has been steering leave from those We do have a lot of emergency things that are coming up to the court regarding the locals are voting in this election. There may well be some of those that arrive after she's doing the court, and it could be that she makes a difference. And certainly if there's any post election challenge to the results, like what we had in 2000 with Bush v. Gore, she'll be on the Supreme Court for that. That may be the biggest single thing we do, we can look forward to Over our worry about the future, depending on the perspective should she joined the court. And then what else? I mean, in terms of the financial sector in terms of thie Financial rulings. You know, In the last couple of years, we've gotten significant rulings with regards to unions and workersrights. What are some of the other cases over the next decade? Really, that could come up in terms of a 63 majority Conservative majority on the Supreme Court. We're almost certainly gonna have a lot of cases about federal regulation. The power of federal agencies Donald Trump's earlier to appointees Neil, Gorsuch and Breck having are both in favor of restricting the power of agencies to deal with things like ambiguous statutes or their own ambiguous regulations in an area like environmental regulation. That's that's hugely important because You know, Congress haven't updated the thing the Clean Air Act to to deal with climate change..

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"greg store" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

01:30 min | 1 year ago

"greg store" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Act. The court's going to hear arguments a week after the election, depending on how that falls out. She may or may not participate. In that case, she was critical of Chief Justice Roberts his reasoning back when he Catholic ego to uphold the law in 2012, not exactly the same issue before the court now, but related And then she haven't because she's not on the D C circuit, which handles so much of the regulatory issues. She hasn't had much regulatory work, as, say, Breck, Haven't I did when he joined the Supreme Court. But one would imagine that her instincts would be with people like Neil Gorsuch in and Brett Kavanaugh to be skeptical of agency authority. That could mean scaling back from regulations. You talk about Justice Cavanaugh and skeletal regulation, and Kimberly, It brings you back to some challenges to the delegation doctrine. Frankly, we saw a little bit ahead of it, perhaps in the Cfpb decision last term. Where they said basically, President You have the right to fire when it's just one person who heads an agency. Does this tell us anything about the likelihood that the Supreme Court may say you know what agencies should be Mohr subject to the president? We really don't know. She doesn't have a very strong record on that just given where she sits in the federal bench, But the Supreme Court is considering a similar case, the term where the tiny looks right for Trump dominated defeated on the court. So we could get our first indications whenever they hear or like how she thinks about this issue. Many thanks now to Bloomberg News, Supreme Court reporter Greg Store and Bloomberg Law. Supreme Court reporter Kimberly Strawbridge Robinson Coming.

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"greg store" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

05:11 min | 1 year ago

"greg store" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Is a Bloomberg radio special selecting the next Supreme Court justice. I'm David Western. Well, President Trump has made it official nominating Amy Cockney Barrett to replace the late Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg on the high court. She is a woman of unparalleled achievement. Powering intellect, sterling credentials and unyielding loyalty to the Constitution. Judge Amy Cockney parrot. It's a pick that has the potential to shift the balance of the Supreme Court for decades to come over the next hour. We'll look at the implications, discuss the politics around the pick and examined Judge Barrett's record from her start as a clerk for Justice Antonin Scalia to her time on the bench of the seventh Circuit Court of Appeals, But first let's start with some initial reaction from R. Bloomberg News and Bloomberg Law Supreme Court reporters. Greg store, and Kimberly strove Ege Robinson. So, Greg, I'll start with you. This hardly came as a surprise people. Basically, we're predicting it. Yeah, that's the name that we were all talking about for days named Donald Trump told us he was very seriously considering and it's somebody who he interviewed before he selected Breck having off for the last opening at the same time, Kimberly, it's important these days to know something about your nominee and why they're likely to rule. This nominee is an academic. She's written a fair amount. She said, sort of how she approaches judging and so they kind of know her approach, don't they? They Dios when she was a law professor at Notre Dame, she was there for a number of years. She really focused on originalism and statutory construction and really in the mold of her former boss, Justice Scalia and on the seventh circuit while she hasn't been there that long, just in October, 2017 That has been her record on the court following those judicial ideologies. Yeah, when you hear things like originalism, which certainly something that Justice Scalia espoused, you automatically almost think about Roe against Wade and abortion, don't you, Greg? Because that's something that the conservatives was saying for some time, I don't see the right to have an abortion in the Constitution. Yeah, You certainly do it really hard to square Roe v. Wade with the way that conservatives apply originalism and so, yes, that that is almost an implicit criticism of the way. That decision was made in an Amy coming Barrett's case. We also have something she has said about abortion in law Review articles where she's made clear. She has a personal Objection to abortion and season as being immoral. So you combine those two things, and certainly one would expect you to give me very skeptical. Roe v. Wade comes before the court and Kimberly. That tank is almost automatically the confirmation hearing when she was nominated to go in the court of Appeals, where you had that now famous exchange with Dianne Feinstein, the senator from California, who pointed to a religion and then actually took a fair amount of criticism for raising religion as an issue. Well, that's right. And Senator Feinstein was really asking about one of the many articles that Greg mention that any Cockney Barrett when she was an academic, which argue that Catholic judges should recuse themselves from death penalty cases, which of course, has implications for the abortion, she said. That wouldn't be what she does when she's sitting on a federal court. But it did bring up this controversy where Diane Feinstein says that the dogma lives loudly within any Cockney Barrett and it really made her Look at the hero for religious conservatives. It'll be interesting to see if this comes up how it comes up in confirmation hearings, Greg and those will be apparently happening fairly soon. If the president of United States has his way. At the same time. If you look at her record, it is a pretty stellar record number. One of the classic Notre Dame law School executive of the Law Review clerked for Supreme Court before that, for a prestigious Court appeals judge. It's pretty hard to say she's not qualified for the job. Yeah, this is gonna be a fight over qualifications or credentials. There's no question she has those, and one will expect that she will present herself very well in terms of her knowledge of the law on her ability to do the job really be about the ideology and perhaps any hidden motivations. Democrats think she has on DH what she would do to the Supreme Court. At this time when we're about to have AH presidential election. Kimberly's Thanks Me There's something a little bit artificial. When we have a nomination Supreme Court we focus on one individual. They are one of nine. And we don't want to underestimate the Alamo of Cally geology or lack of collegiality because some justices of outside influence because they get along well with others and could persuade others others there. Someone of loners. Do we know anything about her style? On the seventh circuit. I think we can look at her confirmation hearing for the seventh Circuit, Tio see the kind of support that she got from the people that she worked with all of the law professors at Notre Dame packed her nomination to the court, and she was hugely popular among her students as well. So she doesn't seem like somebody who would fit into that Koichi ality at the Supreme Court. But it's famously said that a new justice always changes the court. And, of course, that's going to be true. In her case is well, Greg, we are on Bloomberg. So we should talk about what we think this might mean or not mean for the economy and for business. What would business expect of Ah justice spirit? Well, personal business with Caroline about our views on the affordable care.

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"greg store" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

05:10 min | 1 year ago

"greg store" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"A Bloomberg radio special selecting the next Supreme Court justice. I'm David Weston. Well. President Trump has made it official nominating Amy Cockney Barrett to replace the late Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg on the high court. She is a woman of unparalleled achievement. Towering intellect, sterling credentials and unyielding loyalty to the Constitution. Judge Amy Cockney parent It's a pick that has the potential to shift the balance of the Supreme Court for decades to come over the next hour. We'll look at the implications, discuss the politics around the pick and examined Judge Barrett's record from her start as a clerk for Justice Antonin Scalia to her time on the bench of the seventh Circuit Court of Appeals, But first let's start with some initial reaction from R. Bloomberg News and Bloomberg Law Supreme Court reporters. Greg store and Kimberly Straw, Bage Robinson. So, Greg, I'll start with you. This hardly came as a surprise people. Basically, we're predicting it. Yeah, that's the name that we were all talking about for days Name that Donald Trump told us he was very seriously considering and it's somebody who he interviewed before he selected Breck having off for the last opening at the same time, Kimberly, it's important these days to know something about your nominee and why they're likely to rule. This nominee is an academic. She's written a fair amount. She said, sort of how she approaches judging and so they kind of know her approach, Don't they radio when she was a law professor at Notre Dame, she was there for a number of years. She really focused on originalism and statutory construction and really in the mold of her former boss, Justice Scalia and on the seventh circuit while she hasn't been there that long, just in October, 2017 That has been her record on the court following those judicial ideologies. You know, when you hear things like originalism, which certainly something that Justice Scalia espoused, you automatically almost think about Roe against Wade and abortion, don't you, Greg? Because that's something that the Conservatives are saying for some time, I don't see the right to have an abortion in the Constitution. Yeah, You certainly do it really hard to square Roe v. Wade with the way that conservatives apply originalism and so, yes, that that is almost an implicit criticism of the way. That decision was made in an Amy coming Barrett's case. We also have something she has said about abortion in law Review articles where she's made clear. She has a personal Objection to abortion and season as being immoral. So you combine those two things, and certainly one would expections. Give me very skeptical. Roe v. Wade comes before the court and Kimberly that takes us almost automatically. The confirmation hearing when she was nominated to go in the Court of Appeals, where you had that now famous exchange with Dianne Feinstein, the senator from California, who pointed to a religion and then actually took a fair amount of criticism for raising religion as an issue. That's right. And Senator Feinstein was really asking about one of the many articles that Greg mention that any Cockney, Barrett wrote when she was an academic, which argue that Catholic judges should recuse themselves from death penalty cases, which of course, has implications for the abortion, she said. That wouldn't be what she does when she's sitting on a federal court. But it did bring up this controversy where Diane Feinstein said that the dogma lives loudly within any Cockney Barrett and it really made her Look at the hero for religious conservatives. It'll be interesting to see if this comes up how it comes up in confirmation hearings, Greg and those will be apparently happening fairly soon. If the president of United States has his way. At the same time. If you look at her record, it is a pretty stellar record number. One of the classic Notre Dame law School executive of the Law Review clerked for Supreme Court before that for a prestigious court of Appeals Judge It's pretty hard to say she's not qualified for the job. Yeah, this is gonna be a fight over qualifications or credentials. There's no question she has those, and one will expect that she will present herself very well in terms of her knowledge of the law on her ability to do the job. You'd really be about the ideology and perhaps any hidden motivations. Democrats think she has on DH what she would do to the Supreme Court. At this time when we're about to have a presidential election. Kimberly's thanks me There's something a little bit artificial. When we have a nomination Supreme Court we focus on one individual. They are one of nine and we don't want to underestimate the Alamo of collegiate ality or lack of collegiality because some justices of outside influence because they get along well with others and could persuade others others there. Someone of loners. Do we know anything about her style? On the seventh circuit. I think we can look at her confirmation hearing for the seventh Circuit, Tio see the kind of support that she got from the people that she worked with all of the law professors at Notre Dame and backed her nomination to the court, and she was hugely popular among her students as well, so she doesn't seem like somebody who would fit into that collegiate ality at the Supreme Court. But it's famously said that a new justice always changes the court. And, of course, that's going to be true. In her case is well, Greg, we are on Bloomberg. So we should talk about what we think this might mean or not mean for the economy and for business. What would business expect of Ah justice spirit? Well, personal business with Caroline about our views on the affordable care.

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"greg store" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

06:37 min | 1 year ago

"greg store" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"The House Select subcommittee on the Corona virus crisis we'll hear from Powell Wednesday regarding the central bank's response to the pandemic. He appears before the Senate Banking Committee on Thursday. Global News 24 hours a day on air and on Bloomberg Quick take powered by more than 2700, journalists and analysts in more than 120 countries. I'm Susanna Palmer, This is Bloomberg. This is a Bloomberg law special, the life death and legacy of Ruth Bader Ginsburg. I'm David Weston. She was only the second woman in history to serve of the highest court in the land. For 27 years of the Supreme Court continued a tireless fight to advance the rights of women, something she'd pursuit is one of the most effective advocates in the Supreme Court and on the court of Appeals. She built a record is one of the most liberal justices supporting gay rights, abortion rights and restrictions on the death penalty. Now, Ruth Bader Ginsburg has died at the age of 87. Ginsberg passed away from complications from pancreatic cancer surrounded by her family at her home in Washington. Over the next hour, we examine the life and legacy. Of the justice affectionately known as notorious RBG and bring you the view of her career, in her own words, with excerpts from an interview conducted less than a year ago, But first we welcome Bloomberg News Supreme Court reporter Greg Store and Bloomberg Law Supreme Court reporter Kimberly Strawbridge Robinson for their reactions to the loss. Of a legal giant. So let me start with you. If I may. Greg, what was her effect on the bench? How did she change the Supreme Court over her 27 years. Well, it's it's hard to overstate the impact that she had, in part because she became such an icon to the world. She was incredibly well known. On and deeply admired by but by people on all sides of the political spectrum, but especially among liberal people and young women, she represented a woman who It was incredibly bright, incredibly hard worker somehow manage to be very good friends with one of the most conservative justices Antonin Scalia, and really left a legacy ah, particularly with regard to women's rights on women's place place in the law. Get Kimberly. We think of her, obviously, as ah, really important Supreme Court justice. But the fact is, if she had never been in the Supreme Court, she would have had a profound effect on the law, particularly with respect a woman's rights as an advocate for the CP, and also at Columbia, and then, as on the Court of Appeals. She had a very distinguished career, very effective career long before she came to the Supreme Court. That's right, And she's one of those huge justices who actually was very noteworthy before she came to the bench. She co founded the used when his rights project and in that role, she brought several cases that really led the way on how we now think of women's rights and gender equality, not only on behalf of women, but she also brought several cases on behalf of men that really changed the landscape. For the way that we think about gender and gender in the law. Greg as we say she was the second woman coming to the Supreme Court, but but she really had an influence on the way women were regarded basically in the law, and particularly on the Supreme Court. She did. Justice Sandra Day O'Connor was the first one for a short while. Justice Ginsburg was the only woman before, so you sort of my urine. Elena Kagan joined her. She, uh, you know, did it both through her opinions. And and probably the most memorable of her opinions in the majority was the one that said that the Virginia Military Institute Had to admit women. Uh, but you know, even more. So it was what she stood for The fact that she Ah, you know, made very clear that she wanted more women on the court that she was such a tireless worker. And that she became really a heroine to so many people in in this country. It can really it's interesting. President Clinton once said about her that she was a kid in tow. Thurgood Marshall. In the extent to which she changed law by the way, she said she did not like that analogy because Thurgood Marshall risked his life on the course in the cause of civil rights, and she did not do that. At the same time, she does Tower as a figure. That goes beyond even the Supreme Court. United States. Well, that's true, but it's interesting that we do think of her as such a towering figure, given that she is such a small person and stature she really does. Really outshine her own stature in history and write that many have compared her to go to Marshall based on the work that she had done the value on behalf of women's rights. On whether or not she enjoyed that particular comparison. I think it's one will definitely continue to hear a CZ. Her legacy continues to grow. She also just to be a little more personal about this, but she was part of a partnership with Marty Ginsburg. Very, very distinguished, very respected tax ular. And and his Dominion of as she was, and frankly, as quiet and shy, spent a fair amount of time with her. She was not really out. Spoken. Marty was the opposite of that. Yeah, he sure Wass. You know, he was a very engaging person. He was the chef of the family. She admitted she was a terrible cocaine. He did most of the cooking, but as you said they were a true partnership in one of the stories That was most told about her is is when she was in law school. He contracted cancer and while he was also in law school, and she helped take care of him. She went cheap. So stayed on as a law student at her own studies. She went to his classes took notes for him. Uh and she took care of their young daughter all at the same time on when it came time for her to be in the spotlight on the federal appeals court, and then the Supreme Court. He was her biggest supporter and couldn't have been more proud of her..

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"greg store" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

02:01 min | 1 year ago

"greg store" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Of power in Bloomberg Television and radio. I'm David. Western is time now for first word news. And for that, we go to Mark Crumpton. David. Thank you, The mayor of Soap Off Soul Bart Monsoon has been found dead, according to the news agency, John Hat Park has been viewed as a potential candidate for the 2022 presidential election. We'll continue to follow this story throughout the day. Florida is still being hit hard by the Corona virus. The state reported new records in both Cove in 19 deaths and new hospitalizations. Today, 120 Floridians died in the past 24 hours. That's up from 48 the day before, and the state's positivity right jumped 18.4%. Florida has had more than 232,000 confirmed cases as David and our Greg store. We're reporting moments ago, the Supreme Court today has ruled that much of eastern Oklahoma is still American Indian territory. The justices in a 5 to 4 vote sided with a convicted child molester who argued that the state lacked authority to prosecute him because his crime took place within the boundaries of the reservation. A ruling means Oklahoma prosecutors can't pursue criminal cases against American Indian defendants and parts of Oklahoma, including most of Tulsa, and the court also said in New York grand jury can get President Trump's tax returns and other financial records. But for now, it's walked out subpoenas for those documents that's likely to prevent their public release before the election. Justice has ordered lower courts to take another look at the congressional subpoenas. Cases tested President Trump's claim to protection from criminal investigations while in office, the president responded in a tweet quote. This is all a political prosecution. Global news 24 hours a day on air and on quick take by Bloomberg, powered by more than 2700 journalists and analysts in over 120 countries. By Mark Crumpton. This is David Thank you so much Mark, and even his mark was reporting.

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"greg store" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

01:32 min | 1 year ago

"greg store" Discussed on WTOP

"On the basis of sex and the court's ruling today they said look Congress spoke in very broad terms with this law and we look at the word sex we think that include sexual orientation and gender identity therefore it is now illegal for employers to discriminate on those basis in making employment decisions talk about the significance the conservative justices John Roberts and Neil Gorsuch were in the majority here yeah very significant first because of course the court could not have reached the result with only the liberal justices Verity of justice Gorsuch has always described himself as a text to let somebody cares a lot about the words of a statute in in this case he said look I'm just applying the words that Congress passed back in nineteen sixty four he suggested during arguments back in October he might go this direction John Roberts was a bit more of a surprise it only because he didn't making such suggestions like that during arguments and in every previous gay rights case that the Supreme Court is considered he's been on the other side arguing against the expansion of gay rights last thirty seconds here wanna talk about something else here the Supreme Court decided not to take a number of appeals over gun rights explain what happened here yeah there were ten of them including cases where lower courts were in disagreement on issues like the right to carry out hang on in public the Supreme Court has been asked repeatedly to take up that sort of an issue and today with only a couple dissenting justices they said no we're not gonna get involved they didn't give any explanations we can only speculate by it's a defeat for gun rights activists that the court would not get involved in bird news Supreme Court reporter Greg store six thirteen the program the makes it easier.

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Supreme Court Blocks Release of Full Mueller Report for Now

Bloomberg Law

01:05 min | 1 year ago

Supreme Court Blocks Release of Full Mueller Report for Now

"Right the Supreme Court has blocked house Democrats from getting access to confidential materials from special counsel Robert Muller's Russia investigation for now granting a request from president trump's administration the order raises new doubts about whether Democrats will see that information anytime soon joining me is Greg store Bloomberg news Supreme Court reporter so basically what this is all about what about the mole report that was released more than a year ago with big parts of it repackage and what a lot of the underlying grand jury material not made available to members of Congress or the public for that matter and because of the low report left a lot of money answer questions for example he did not decide whether or not the president needed up structural justice he said that the fence it's our policy that we can't be indicted while in office I'm not gonna reach that conclusion any sort of left the ball in Congress court and what Congress thank okay to make that determination what we need to see all the information including the trick grand jury

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"greg store" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

02:03 min | 2 years ago

"greg store" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"Takes away your right plain and good news in Leesburg Edwards ferry road east and westbound as been re open between what ferry road I can talk and surf call now from Greg stored here dot com to get the MA a weather channel forecast mostly cloudy and windy force here this evening clouds will decrease as we head through the night tonight remaining rather breezy at times overnight a forty sunny and breezy Friday cool beat sixteenth mix of clouds and sun in mid sixties Saturday Sunday which is ten boom from the weather channel one W. and may have a right now it is fifty seven degrees at five twenty seven that show on the air on a fall Washington DC morning means it's time to park smarter get there faster with spot hero download the free spot hero app enter your destination and reserve your spot use promo code district and save ten dollars off your first part spot hero park smarter one eight seven seven cars K. E. R. rents cars one eight seven seven cars is donate your car to day one eight seven seven your also accepting boats motorcycles R. V.'s and real estate donations traffic and weather the day's top stories and you this is the way we o'connor show all right now we're gonna shift gears here a lot of people talking about Mick Mulvaney and his press conference he gave earlier and certain statements that he made with regard.

Supreme Court eyes abortion challenges ahead of 2020

Politics, Policy, Power and Law

08:05 min | 2 years ago

Supreme Court eyes abortion challenges ahead of 2020

"Summer is definitely over the Supreme Court justices returned to work on Monday as the October twenty nineteen term officially begins and waiting for the justices will be several abortion cases that are getting harder for them to avoid joining me is Bloomberg Supreme Court reporter Greg store Greg cases involving challenges to laws in Louisiana and Indiana will be before the justices in Tuesday's private conference but neither of the cases directly challenges roe V. Wade or Planned Parenthood V. Casey so what's the concern the concern for abortion rights advocates is that the court could use these cases to start chipping away at at the the the core abortion right even if it doesn't directly consider whether to overturn rowing Casey both these two cases do raise questions about that big ruling from a few years ago where the Supreme Court said struck down texas' Lule requiring doctors to have hospital admitting privileges that was seen at the time as the biggest abortion rights ruling victory in a generation since then of course the course composition has changed and there's at least the potential that the court will start pushing back on that this term. so let's talk about that Louisiana case which seems to replicate the Texas case yeah it's very very similar in terms of what it does it requires doctors at the gonna perform abortions to have admitting privileges at a hospital nearby and abortion rights advocates say it's really hard to keep those privileges and the the effect of that would be that it closes a number of clinics around the state leaves a stay with only one open clinic Louisiana disputes that in a federal appeals court said essentially we agree with Louisiana about the impact of this law it's not nearly as great as what happened in that Texas case in there for we can distinguish it from what the Supreme Court said in Texas and up hold the law. the Supreme Court has has previously stop this law from going into effect chief justice John Roberts joined with the court's five liberals to do that back in February now the court's going to say whether it's going to take up the the appeal on the merits if they do really all bets are off in terms of which way the court I go what what position does that put the chief in a difficult position this is not you know he even when there are there are precedents he clearly does not like his preference is to move slowly it's pretty clear that on the abortion issue that in the last term the court did not have a whole lot of appetite for getting involved in and no doubt he played a big role in that it's going to be hard for him because he was at the center in that ruling from twenty sixteen that the taxes ruling he didn't agree with it then probably doesn't agree with it now but he understands the perception of win the court overturns a precedent it is it's very striking and as he put it as confirmation hearings that that decade they have a goal go with a jolt to the system and the perception would be that the court is rolling back abortion rights not because they the earlier decision was necessarily wrong but because they're different members on the Supreme Court we now have to trump appointees and those trump appointees almost certainly would make the difference if that's the direction the court went tell us about the Indiana case which raises similar issues yeah this is a law that says after away for one wants to have an abortion she has to wait for eighteen hours after she has an ultrasound now the state already had an ultrasound requirements it all already have an eighteen hour waiting period for other types of so called informed consent requirements but then the state decided to combine those things. if the you have to wait for eighteen hours after the ultrasound and the problem from the abortion rights standpoint is for a lot of one women that means they have to drive hundreds of miles to a clinic a long way away and make two trips there or stay over night they are so it does make it significantly harder for some women to actually get an abortion and they say that makes all the difference in this case is that a federal appeals court struck down the law so if the court's going to take this one up the evidence is going to come from the other side it's going to be the conservative justices who say Hey we disagree with that lower court opinion we want to take it off the court right now has both these two cases the Louisiana hospital privileges case in the in Indiana weeding carry case before it and they're gonna have to decide are we taking just one of these cases we taking both of these cases or for our somehow we can avoid taking either of these cases and we we talk about the cheese being sort of the pivotal vote now but as far as taking the case they only need four votes so is it justice Cavanaugh who's the pivotal vote that's a good point he he may well be with especially when we're talking about that Indiana case where the lower court struck down the requirements and so yes it could be that the four conservative justices with justice Cavanaugh would vote to take up the case even though the chief doesn't Chief Justice doesn't want to take it up now that being said if you're the conservative looking at it realistically you you might only want to do that if you're pretty confident you're going you're going to get the chief justice's vote alternately when the court rules because then you're going to need that fifth vote but yes it is possible that that the four conservatives could agree to take it out without him necessarily without Roberts necessarily being part of that decision to justice Clarence Thomas has written about moving the abortion issue forward are the other. conservative justices as anxious to move it forward rapidly or are they in the mode of let's do it gradually. it's a bit of a continuing here justice Gorsuch is it seems to be largely with justice Thomas and having it you know a real desire to move quickly on this issue justice Cavanaugh in the last term there was one opinion he wrote when the court decided to to block that Louisiana hospital privileges law from taking effect he said he disagreed with that decision but then wrote a separate opinion saying why that step wasn't really that significant why will what he wanted the court to do by letting the if it had the court let the law take effect it would really have that big of an impact point being he's trying to say I'm not moving dramatically too I try to roll back abortion rights that sort of consistent with what we've seen from him in other areas of the law he may be like Roberts a bit of an incremental less when it comes to abortion right. one thing they can't avoid is that if they take these cases the decisions will come down in June most likely in the heat of the presidential campaign that's certainly not something that Roberts would once no and you know this is it this is a term that could be a very significant one they they have a couple other very high profile cases already they have the president trump's bid to eliminate the dock at the for deportation program they have cases involving whether federal job discrimination law covers sexual orientation and gender identity they're probably going to have a gun case that they that they act on and all these things could all happen at once and could very much but the Supreme Court front and center in the election campaign thanks so much Gregg as always for your insights 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