26 Burst results for "Greg Walden"

"greg walden" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

02:42 min | 11 months ago

"greg walden" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"You, John very much. Senator Steve Daines. Congratulations on a great wind. Great win. That was easier than you thought. It turned out, right? It was a little easier than you thought. Great going. We're proud of you, Congressman Greg Walden, Greg. Thank you very much. Thank you very much. And Congressman bread went strip Thank you. Bread, which on many, many others, my administration provided a total of $14 billion to accelerate vaccine development. Do manufacture all of the top candidates in advance long in advance. As a result of this unprecedented investment. We are exceedingly proud that both visor and Moderna have announced that their vaccines are approximately 95% effective. Which is a number that nobody expected to be able to get too far exceeding anything that really we that anybody thought we went out and we said, What do you think of maximum would be And I think doctors we all came up to the conclusion that something like that would be Really incredible. We have other candidates looking right now We have some big ones. They're gonna be announcing very soon. We have some companies. Great, great. Companies out there. You'll know about Johnson and Johnson and and others and they're all coming in and they're coming in very quickly. We expect to have some news on that very shortly. And we have worked very well with the companies. But if for any reason we have any problems, we will be instituting the Defense production act, and we will make sure that we don't have any problems very long. We've instituted it before two additional Cos. AstraZeneca and Johnson and Johnson a zoo. You know the Johnson and Johnson say one dose one shot vaccine, so we're going to see how that works. That would be very helpful if that All came out, and I think it probably will also Showing tremendous, tremendous promise. All of tremendous problem work where we're very hopeful that the FDA will authorize the fires of vaccine within days. We got a Get it. Moving and Madonna vaccine almost immediately thereafter, Uh, large numbers of tests and samples have been done so hopefully that'll go very quickly if authorized. Tens of millions of vaccine doses will be available this month. Then we'll get it distributed very quickly We have they're all set and hundreds of millions more will quickly follow. Every American who wants the vaccine will be able to get the vaccine. And we think by spring, we're going to be in a position that nobody would have believed possible just a few months ago. Amazing,.

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"greg walden" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

03:07 min | 11 months ago

"greg walden" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"Thank you. Thank you, Bill. Rhonda Santis. Run. Thank you, Ron. Thank you. Thank you very much great job. And John Bell Edwards, John Bell. Thank you. Thank you, John. Thank you very much as well as Senator John Barrasso, who's a fantastic doctor. Also, by the way, I have to say Wait. I need info on that subject. I call up John. Thank you, John very much. Senator Steve Daines. Congratulations on a great wind. Great win. That was easier than you thought. It turned out, right? It was a little easier than you thought. Great going. We're proud of you, Congressman Greg Walden, Greg. Thank you very much. Thank you very much. And Congressman bread went strip. Thank you Bred a check on many, many others, my administration provided a total of $14 billion to accelerate vaccine development. Do manufacture all of the top candidates in advance long in advance. As a result of this unprecedented investment. We are exceedingly proud that both visor and Moderna have announced that their vaccines are approximately 95% effective. Which is a number that nobody expected to be able to get too far exceeding anything that really we that anybody thought we went out and we said, What do you think of maximum would be and I think Doctors. We all came up to the conclusion that something like that would be really incredible. We have other candidates looking right now. We have some big ones. They're gonna be announcing very soon. We have some companies. Great, great. Companies out there. You'll know about Johnson and Johnson and and others and they're all coming in, and they're coming in very quickly. We expect to have some news on that very shortly, and we have worked very well with the companies, but if for any reason We have any problems, We will be instituting the Defense Production act, and we will make sure that we don't have any problems very long. We've instituted it before. Two additional companies AstraZeneca and Johnson and Johnson, a zoo. You know the Johnson and Johnson say one dose one shot vaccine, So we're going to see how that works. That would be very helpful if that All came out, and I think it probably will also Showing tremendous, tremendous promise. All of them tremendous problem work where we're very hopeful that the FDA will authorize the fires of vaccine within days. We got a Get it moving. And Madonna vaccine almost immediately thereafter. Large numbers of tests and samples have been done so hopefully that'll go very quickly if authorized. Tens of millions of vaccine doses will be available this month. Then we'll get it distributed very quickly. We have that all said, and hundreds of millions more will quickly follow. Every American who wants the vaccine will be able to get the vaccine. And we think by spring, we're going to be in a position that nobody would have believed possible just a few months ago. Yeah,.

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"greg walden" Discussed on WDRC

WDRC

06:33 min | 1 year ago

"greg walden" Discussed on WDRC

"Ran out late July, and now the Democrats want to shovel out a lot more casual, with the economy, heading up jobs coming back in new unemployment filings going down. Should we see any more of that stimulus? Who better to put that question to then a man who was once in the radio business? But then he either moved up or down, depending on your point of view into the world of politics, my friend Congressman Greg Walden, are you doing Congress a large? Do you know I'm doing Okay? We're working away and trying to help people in southern Oregon lost so much of these fires. Yeah, The fires have been really terrible in the western United States. We've got millions of acres that burned thousands of houses that are gone Entire towns that have disappeared on and there. I appreciate the help, But let me ask you this. Should we provide additional extra stimulus above and beyond unemployment payments to people in this In this case when we see the economy coming back, the Fed says, will be a 5.5% unemployment next year, and all of the other indicators seemed to be on the up. Well, you know when we did the 600 additional, and that's what people have to understand. This is above and beyond the traditional unemployment, it was it was supposedly a short term. Bump in 600 men I've heard from employers that ended up having people want to go on unemployment. They would make more money and and to put everybody in a weird position. The state systems were in such disarray. They couldn't Technically get the right numbers. So Mnuchin and Pelosi cut the deal of 600 bucks extra per week and everybody knew it was going to be short term was never intended to be long term. But as you know, these things are large enough like a short term government program. No employers there have trouble hiring people now. And so there may be some level of additional help as we stay in this cove a deal until we get a vaccine, but it certainly shouldn't be at that level. I mean, because if you believe the CDC, the CDC says, average folks, not frontline. First responders may not see a vaccine till the middle of next year, and I don't know whether there's you know, there's some deep state actors that are playing politics. Because they realized the impact of that statement or whether they're actually being serious. But if we assume this might go until summer, are we talking about Democrats in Congress, saying we want to pay people extra money above and beyond unemployment for jobs that may not even exist anymore all the way to summer of 2021? Well, as you know, they wanted to spend another What $3 Trillion on top of the I don't know how many trillions were into now were seven and and that's just Yeah, that's just way over where we should be. And so that's why the president pushed back. Mitch McConnell pushback Look, One of the things we need most is a liability protection for public and private employers are afraid they're going to get sued by by the trial bar. If people come back and then get coded, even though they call it all the CDC guidelines. To his credit, Mitch McConnell held out for that Senate close. He doesn't want to do it in the house, and that's part of the stalemate here on DH second on the vaccine itself. I was in a meeting with the head of the operation Warp speed that's working on this. I've talked to every major manufacturer. They're on track following all the science and data where it leads for safety and efficacy, and we should start to do really results by the end of October. Look it concurrent with that the administration has put in place this operation warp speed where we're actually manufacturing today these these vaccines and put him in vials and waiting to see if it's working and safe. And if not, they trash in it. Yes. Then we're ready to go with probably upwards of 30 to 100 million doses available by the end of the year early January. Now first responders, people at highest risk will be prioritized. Of course, the other thing I learned yesterday, Lars Is upwards of 80 85% of the people who have cove it or had cope. It had no symptoms and of those that do it gets to be down to in most age groups attempt but percent or so, uh, that that are hospitalized and have serious repenting conditions. They've learned with room disappear. They've learned with the steroids. They've learned how to do the treatment better. We're getting quicker and and more thorough recoveries or death rates or dropping, um and and get into a place where we can manage these. Now we understand it better so They're therapy's coming. There's a vaccine coming, and we're going to get away out of this thing and my guest bars in about how many days to the election about 40 47. Yeah, I'll bet the whole news media picture changes the day after the election. I'm willing to bet you're right. Let me ask you a question about Pelosi. One of your colleagues, Kevin McCarthy has put up a no confidence vote in Pelosi. Telling her she should vacate the chair. What do you think? Well, yeah, I mean, I think you see how she's behaved over the summer, holding out for several trillion she misplayed that the whole incident whether you know getting her hair done, and when nobody else can I think that really backfired on her, and she just I don't know. She's just not able to get to the deal anymore. There's a deal to be had here. I mean, there's some things we need to help on. But Not where she's at and and she's been captured. To the extent. Imagine this Now she represents San Francisco. She was the left of the left. She's captured by the new left with the squad and everybody And they shoot fire. She's got them to deal with now, and they're further left. And she was. I didn't know that was possible. But it is And so they're all Bolic stuff, and they're just moving stuff that Never going to become law. It's really you know, we need to shut down and just get this election behind and then go back to the real work Hand. Be logical, thoughtful about it. So, Congressman is that a yes vote for removing Pelosi. You know, I'd love to see a new speaker. Sure. Okay. Bring it on. Let me ask you. You mentioned fires the fires in the western United States. So tell me this the Forest Service Doesn't harvest our forests anymore. And for a long time I've I've used them. Remember It was an old number, It turns. I looked up the new number today that we import 40 plus percent of our lumber that we build houses and everything else out of I looked it up. It's not 48, 5% and God, blood of the Canadians. But what in the world are we doing? A third of our country. 36% of the entire land mass of North America is covered with forests is 818 million acres, and we don't harvest the trees. We watched them.

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"greg walden" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX

News Radio 1190 KEX

01:55 min | 1 year ago

"greg walden" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX

"Balance of nature. Our top local story. It is devastation in the Sandy Am River Canyon because of the Beachy Creek Fire. 11 90 Katie Exes Brad Ford reports. Nearly 500 homes are lost. Marion County commissioners are pledging to rebuild the towns in the Sandy and River Canyon ravaged by wildfire. When we get through this when when the fire is gone You're going to see the Oregon way take place here in Marion County, 470 houses were destroyed in all nearly 1300 buildings were gone. Commissioner Kevin Cameron says the federal disaster declaration will help as long as we're going to rebuild structures. You might as well be rebuilding that right, Taman says have been planning a sewer system through the canyon, and he wants to use federal resource is to make that happen. Meanwhile, the Marion County Sheriff's Office has reduced the evacuation levels for parts of Muhammed and Lions in the canyon from level three to level two level three. Evacuations remain, however, on North Fork Road north of Highway 22 from Highway 22, east of Highway to 26 Curves are making progress on the river side firing Clackamas County. It's now 3% contained at 136,000 Acres and the clock. Miss County Sheriff's Office says the cities of Oregon City can be in Sandy have been returned to normal status with no evacuation. Well assigned. The city of Malala is now at level one be ready the city of US Takeda at level to get set, but areas within the dowdy hunger and riverside fires are still a level three mandatory evacuation. Meanwhile, Oregon Republican Congressman Greg Walden says it will be a slow rise from the ashes for the southern Oregon town of Phoenix following the Alameda Fire Keeps me up at night is thing is knowing Just how long painful recovery process is, will be. Wildfire destroyed a lot of affordable housing, including low income apartments in mobile home parks, he says. Some are now in a floodplain and likely will not be replaced. Individuals can register for help from FEMA at disaster assistance dot gov I'm Gail Cunningham, Traffic and weather are next. Did you know Corona.

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"greg walden" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX

News Radio 1190 KEX

08:02 min | 1 year ago

"greg walden" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX

"Com today with international recognition in the financial community thousands trust Tim Claremont, visit clear dot com Today, it's the Mark Mason Show. I hope Rhonda understands that when when she gives her forecast, and she says some relief tomorrow, boy done your heart just like Oh, yeah. Oh, yeah, that's that's fantastic. But still extensive smoke around the region. Now what? What kind of forecast is that? We'll not take. Okay, You're going. You're going to go from 500 to 400. Would be wow. Hey, I saw the sun today. Yeah, I did. Really? Yeah. Did you did you run for cover When it came out? I took a picture to remember what it's like. Yeah, on DH. What it What did it feel like that it hit your skin? Did you? Were you actually standing in it? Or were you endured? It was matter. Was it like it went away really fast. What's it look like? It's still there. Oh, my God. I think we're all suffering from Seoul assed algebra. What that say that if if you want the word of the day for your word of the day dictionary, its soul assed algebra. Sola stole Gia, This is a new word. That combines the term nostalgia and soulless and desolation. It means an isolation and alienation felt when you feel like the way of life you had, for most of your life is gone. And wish it would come back even if it's too late. Sola style. GIA. We might be suffering from Seoul assed al Gia. It's being connected to climate change and how the world are just the world's being affected by it. But I mean, look at the crazy changes in California here in Oregon, and it's causing psychological distress among people who remember when these things wanted this scale. They've always been wild fires always been hot spells. But the big thing in Oregon in the North West was always hot. I don't need an air conditions only hot for three or four days and we move it. Remember that? People. You don't have an air conditioner that that's exactly the reason I don't have an air conditioner. It's not like that anymore. And so I mean, things had gotten hotter. Things have gotten worse so If you're feeling Salluste Al Jik, there's your more than it. Write it down. And and to pass the word. I have some good news. I have some good news. Aside from the fact that Greg Walden is going to join us on the show here in about six minutes. Or so Greg Walden, who met with the president yesterday and talked about forest management, so we'll see what the president had to say to the congressman from the second Congressional District. Some other good news. Hoarding is done. Hoarding is finished. Word from grocery stores grocery chains. That sales have slowed down. Ah, lot, and people are not panic buying any more. You happy to hear that? It makes sense. Isa Costco last weekend plenty of toilet paper. Yeah, but they still let you buy one package at a time. Granted, there's 30 rolls of £1 money Do you need? Well, You know, I okay. I was in Costco and I thought, Well, you know, I don't get here often. I don't You know, I don't want to stand in line forever. So I grabbed two packages of TP Wow and put him in the card. It's amazing how much room they take up. That's just it. You know, you try and fit everything around it right? And I got to the checkout stand and the girl there said No, No, no, no, no. Mason, you can only have one at a time. So I said, Really? You're kidding me because there's a whole mountain of them back there knows that. I'm sorry. Can't do that just once. So, so I'll be back tomorrow to start off on the way home. What do you want me to do is go on. So the horning is over and and that's the good news. If, although, although I have to say I have been Through my local safe when there's some parts like the noodle shelf is still just ravaged. Like if they put top ramen out there, it's gone. It's like the scene and ghost where the people come out of the ground and come up and grab it, And then they they run for the check out stand and it's all gone, So I'm not sure they're right about that. But you can shop in peace in Los Angeles. People are booking rooms at local hotels to feel like they've taken a really vacation. Well, yeah. I got to tell you there. There might be something to this and this is not a sad, sad story. I'm not looking for sympathy. But I'm just going to tell you that my wife and I talk about we got. We love going to Hawaii. So we saved up our money for a Hawaii trip. I think in what was the guy's was May Yeah, And you know, I had it on the calendar. And I thought, you know, pandemic. It'll be over by them. No, they closed. Why? So I thought, okay, we'll turn it and push it back to September and then we'll make it a family reunion vacation. So that was supposed to happen this Friday, three days from now? No, not gonna happen while he's still close. So my wife and I we thought, Okay, you know we're going to do You know we're gonna do we check y out the window to heck with you guys. We booked flights to Tahoe to spend this next weekend. Isn't that isn't even there before. You know, I was. Yes. I was about to ask you to ever tell you about the time I lived in Tahoe. Oh, you literally had really good. I could tell you. You know what? Greg Walden is what? He was talking a minute, but I had to cancel that last night because there's too much smoke in the Tahoe Basin. Oh, no, so just and fires burning all around it, So I mean, wherever I book a vacation My son just he's laughing up in. As you know, I'm like poison so because people don't want you to book book at their places, So I get the idea of booking rooms at local hotels to feel like you've taken a real vacation. It wouldn't be a bad idea and you're 10 minutes from home. What do you think guys go down. I wouldn't do it now because I think most of the local hotels are filled with people that have been evacuated yet True. Yeah. Yeah, although you know what if you're evacuated from, let's say Clackamas County to downtown Portland. You're going from that mess to the protests. Really? Are you really with a if you want to sleep at night, and there's fireworks going off On DH. What a what a year for Halloween, You know, they almost canceled it in Southern California is back on now. But a special effects artist has made a new Halloween masks. With bulging eyes and sores all over the face wrote. It is called the Halloween Karen area that terrible That's absolutely terrible to people named Karen. I would be upset. You know if I were a can, because that's Canada's thie is the male equivalent to a Karen right both, by the way, have rotting teeth and lots of blond hair. And if you're ready for this $180 a copy? No. Yes, sir. Wow. Yeah, but its eyes for sale at the etc. Shop if you really have to have one This Halloween. Alright, We really gotta get Greg Walden on the show. He is standing by to talk to us. He's back in D. C right now visiting with President Trump yesterday and touring Southern Oregon Talent and Phoenix and we'll get his thoughts on what he saw. He can share it with the rest of us and later on in the hour. More of our experts from Oregon State University. What a great resource we have over there in Corvallis. In this case,.

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Oregon Republican Cliff Bentz wins House primary to replace Greg Walden

America First

00:20 sec | 1 year ago

Oregon Republican Cliff Bentz wins House primary to replace Greg Walden

"Across public voters in Oregon's second congressional district chose a former state senator to be their candidate to replace representative Greg Walden who did run for twelve term in the conservative region covering the rural eastern and central part of the state cliff Bentz on Tuesday bested former state legislators Jason Atkinson and loot

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Joe Biden wins Democratic presidential primary in Oregon

All Of It

00:26 sec | 1 year ago

Joe Biden wins Democratic presidential primary in Oregon

"Joe Biden is one Oregon's democratic presidential primary eleven Republicans and five Democrats are competing for their party's nomination to succeed Oregon's only GOP lawmaker in Congress moderate representative Greg Walden who is retiring meanwhile the Associated Press is projecting Republican Joe ray Perkins says one organs GOP Senate primary Perkins will face incumbent Democrat Jeff Merkley in

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"greg walden" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

02:58 min | 1 year ago

"greg walden" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"In the year of the plague twenty twenty coming up in this hour representative Greg Walden experiment McCall of Texas Chuck Todd come along right now I'm joined by lieutenant general David that cooler retired United States Air Force good morning general how aria Hey good morning issues certainly is a lot out there in the news in there there is I just had on colonel Walter now congressman made a green beret he made the comment that I want to ask you about he said there's no way we should be closing Bagram it is the only it is the closest air base we have the China's western shoulder I have never thought of it in those terms what do you think of that well as you said that I'm kind of chuckling because we had a base called Manasa up in it urges stand about twenty years ago and I use that exact line that why should we close this babies when it's an outpost on the west coast of China and if people weren't thinking in that context so I applaud the congressman for highlighting that issue and needs exactly spot on so he also pointed out that are competition with China is not likely to be military bit waged on many fronts but even in a non military confrontation you want assets based nearby do you not no no absolutely to the the whole idea is to make sure that we have outpost located in a variety of different places around the world that a you know engage China in a way that complicates their strategic calculus and that's one way to do it it is the same thing with the the the placement of many of our forces and how we deploy them right now I want to play for you a general dental of president trump last night gets a question about what's been going on for a few weeks now I've been following it because they follow navy news the Iranian gunboats are harassing our ships in the in the era golf and here's what the president got asked and answered last night said that we don't want the gun but surrounding our **** and traveling around their boats and have a good time we don't want him anywhere near a bus and say you know the order again I don't think I have to say it again but I've given that order under the Obama administration was taking place all the time under my administration I gave this order early on and nothing happened they were very nice no problem but then I noticed yesterday they did that in a much lighter form but they did that again I said what I can do it we're not going to stand for so if they do that that's putting our ships a danger in our great crews and sailors a danger in danger I'm not gonna let that happen and we will they'll shoot them out of the water.

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"greg walden" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX

News Radio 1190 KEX

01:31 min | 1 year ago

"greg walden" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX

"Joined a worldwide rally and closed out their first back to back weekly gains since the market began selling off two months ago you're listening to ABC news what's the easiest way to our top story six more people have died from rotavirus in Oregon and there are forty nine new cases confirmed seventy people have now died in the state for the virus and there are seventeen hundred eighty five cases or police say that with your vehicles on the roads they're still seeing a lot of speeding police chief Jamie rice says it's a significant problem the proportion of citations issued specifically for speeding has doubled fresh says when the stay at home water first went into effect they had an increase in the number of suicide related calls but those calls have since declined the money the payroll protection program ran out this week Oregon representative Greg Walden says that money is desperately needed by businesses that are close now we have small businesses all across America and certainly all across Oregon they can't get the funding they need to get to the other side of this fiscal crisis Oregon senator Ron Wyden says it's not just businesses that need help he says hospitals and first responders also need assistance we've got so many small businesses hurting but we also have police and fire and emergency services and hospitals according to Byton says Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell is interested in their proposal any expects they'll make progress toward renewing the funding for the police arrested a wanted suspect in a stolen vehicle they found in southeast Portland east precinct's neighborhood response team spotted thirty two year old Josh what Derek near southeast.

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"greg walden" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

01:41 min | 1 year ago

"greg walden" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

"Read steep and deep chocolate to help maintain and keep our sense of serenity and hope changed in New York chocolatier Oliver Kita says one way to do that is to bite off a bunny here and meditate all your follow your breath or follow the path of the chocolate and take a few minutes and not think about what it's just happened or what's going to happen but to be fully present in the moment using the idea of breeding in breeding insurance rating out he about that chocolate you have to work on mindfulness which is following the flavor of the chocolate though the first experience that you have the top note of the chocolate which is very fragrant and in the middle part that come through as a little bit about the Caledon than that after case which is the breeding and everything else will follow your breath and you can still pay for chocolate and really enjoyed that Jever Rodriguez CBS news in upstate New York and help of a more practical sort in Britain were more than five hundred deep sea divers trained in coping with breathing difficulties have volunteered in British hospitals on Vicki Barker CBS news this week on the take out Kobe nineteen and the stimulus bill with Oregon Republican congressman Greg Walden four three major Garrett yes CBS yes hi please welcome major Garrett from the nation's capital major fantastic it's good to go major with CBS news chief Washington correspondent that's nonsense major Garrett you should know about welcome to the very best part of my broadcast week.

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Walden issues statement of the Families First Coronavirus Response Act

News and Perspective with Tom Hutyler

00:49 sec | 1 year ago

Walden issues statement of the Families First Coronavirus Response Act

"Relief for northwest workers and small businesses on its way now that the president is signed Congress's two trillion dollar stimulus package como score when he comports Oregon congressman Greg Walden was at the White House when president trump signed the measure Friday we added a six hundred dollar per week additional federal payment for the next four months if you're unemployed but our goal is to keep you employed that's why he says the package incentivizes small businesses to keep workers on the payroll we have a program for small businesses that employ fewer than five hundred people so they can pay full wages full benefits paid their mortgage pay their lease Hey there overhead costs and at the end get virtually all of that treated as a grant not a loan on top of that Walden says Washington and Oregon both have taken action to stop evictions and foreclosures while the crisis is

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"greg walden" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

01:50 min | 1 year ago

"greg walden" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Down for ninety nine point studios in Washington DC Nathan Hager with a world and national headlines made the news story in Washington and around the world continues to be the corona virus only says cases continue to rise in the U. S. New York City mayor bill de Blasio reported two more this morning M. S. N. B. C. making New York state's count thirteen New Jersey has confirmed its first patient as well Republican congressman Greg Walden made this promise on CNN this morning we think by by the end of the week they'll be like a million and a half test kits are tests available out there after meeting with health officials today those senators say the trump administration is likely not to hit that mark health officials have been urging Americans not to bite masks Bloomberg's Amy Morris reports the department of Veterans Affairs may be facing a shortage some emergency stockpiles of respirator masks at the department of Veterans Affairs in one region of the southeastern US have deteriorated in storage they can't be used an internal email viewed by Bloomberg wants the agency may have overestimated its supply of the masks which are different than the standard surgical masks I'll be a spokeswoman says the VA regularly inventories their supplies and she says they're not experiencing any shortages of respirator masks gloves or gowns in Washington I maybe Morris Bloomberg radio Justin Massachusetts senator Elizabeth Warren plans to drop out of the democratic presidential race today and will inform her staff of her plans later this morning that is what a source is telling The New York Times this ends a run defined by an avalanche of policy plans that aim to pull the party to the left and appealed to enough voters to make her briefly a front runner last fall but proved unable to translate that excitement into backing for more working class and diverse members of the Democratic Party global news on air and on QuickTake by Bloomberg powered by more than twenty seven hundred.

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"greg walden" Discussed on AP News

AP News

09:10 min | 2 years ago

"greg walden" Discussed on AP News

"The White House has come out in support of an emerging bipartisan bill that aims to curb rising healthcare costs agreement on the pending legislation was announced Sunday by Republican senator Lamar Alexander house Democrat Frank Cologne and Republican representative Greg Walden the legislation would impart target rising prescription drug prices by limiting how long generic drug makers can block competitors from the market in a written statement White House press secretary Stephanie Grisham expressed hope that Congress can pass the measure before the end of the year Mike Crossey up Washington

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White House backs emerging deal on consumer health costs

AP News Radio

00:33 sec | 2 years ago

White House backs emerging deal on consumer health costs

"The White House has come out in support of an emerging bipartisan bill that aims to curb rising healthcare costs agreement on the pending legislation was announced Sunday by Republican senator Lamar Alexander house Democrat Frank Cologne and Republican representative Greg Walden the legislation would impart target rising prescription drug prices by limiting how long generic drug makers can block competitors from the market in a written statement White House press secretary Stephanie Grisham expressed hope that Congress can pass the measure before the end of the year Mike Crossey up Washington

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"greg walden" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

01:31 min | 2 years ago

"greg walden" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"Vegas of Beasley Media Group station. Seven thirty seven in the spotlight Hicks. Say little, I'm Mike moss. If we don't learn from these crashes, if we just filed the findings on away on shelf together dust. We will only come pound tragedies era. Columba hudson. Pilot sully sullen burger is among those testifying as congress examines to deadly seven. Thirty seven max jet crashes. More from Capitol Hill correspondent Linda Kenyon hearing now so long after the crashes a total of three hundred forty six people have died in the lion hair and youth upn airline accidents and their loved ones. Deserve answers Representative Greg Walden says congress needs answers to and congressman Sam graves agrees. Many have raised concerns with the pilot training with pilot experience with their crap maintenance and definitely with airline operations and all these issues have to be investigated. The president of the pilot's union at American Airlines says Boeing made mistakes in its design of the seven thirty seven max and not telling pilots about new. Flight control software on the planes. Linda Kenyon, Capitol Hill. Former tro, Baid hope Hicks isn't saying much she testifies before the Senate Judiciary committee, but stick to a White House order, not to discuss anything about her time in the White House, and congressman Ted lieu says that means anything anything related her tenure in the White House. Absolutely. Where where's your office located? Objection is ridiculous. The White House has served immunity,.

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"greg walden" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

04:39 min | 2 years ago

"greg walden" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"The top Republicans on the house energy and commerce committee are looking to engage with the democratic majority on climate change promoting private sector innovation as an alternative to regulation taxes or mandates. Josh Siegal reporter at the Washington Examiner met with congressman Greg Walden of Oregon, and John shimkent of Illinois who say they wanted to find what Republicans are for or not for when it comes to climate change and not have Democrats defined it. Josh, what are you hearing over the last couple of weeks a lot of people have taken note that the Republican leaders of the house energy and commerce committee, which is a very important committee that would be charged with major climate change legislation. Greg. This is Greg Walden, and John Simpkins they have kind of shifted their rhetoric on climate change. Whereas, you know in the past they definitely have worked on measures to reduce carbon emissions, but haven't explicitly tied it to climate change in their messaging. But now they're kind of out front and saying, you know, we as Republicans we have to have an agenda to to deal with climate change. You know, they're saying it's not explicitly a response to the green new deal. But the timing. I think you know, you can't ignore. And basically, it's it's really revolved around, you know, what they refer to as an innovation agenda, and it basically contract with with the Democrats more aggressive approach, which is is revolved around regulations, maybe carbon taxes or prices mandates. And yeah, I mean, there's not a ton of specifics around kind of what policy they wanna see. I mean, clearly they are proud of of emissions. Reductions the US has a chief in recent years because of. You know, actresses sector involving away from coal to gas and renewables, and they want to see more of that. So yeah, we'll we'll have to see. I mean, there's definitely some some areas of agreement. I'm better smaller. But you know, a lot of Democrats are waiting to see kind of what what will this push actually translate to it's meaningful policy. Okay. So it might not be in direct response as you said to the green new deal, however with sites on reelection in twenty twenty it would be nice to have something in hand perhaps to show that they're working on something or have achieved something to pitch owners. Yeah. I think they're they're pretty aware of, you know, young people, especially seem to be you know, polls are showing that across party lines are concerned about climate change. You're seeing increasing awareness around extreme weather, and how that might relate. At least, you know, some some of the impact of that. So so, yeah, I think that you know, that would they do wanna show the there is a proactive agenda. But again, I mean, I don't think anyone expects some some major piece of legislation before twenty twenty just because of the politics, and where the president is at, you know, who's clearly not we're we're, you know, a lot of Republicans are moving in congress. You know, the president is still very sceptical climate change in has been pretty much inactive and doing anything to address it. So so, you know, I think expectations are are pretty modest suite with Josh Siegal, energy and environment reporter at the Washington Examiner. He's got a piece of dental Republicans get into the climate game. Right. So what are they proposing here? Because one of the words, I think that came up at least a couple of times was innovation when it comes to response and these guys congressman Walden chimps, avoiding the words taxation or regulation. So I think the when you hear innovation. I mean to a lot of people that actually means kind of hands off and left the market, you know, private sector continue to innovate as you know, we know the shale boom is really with natural gas is really been the predominant reason of carbon reductions in the US in recent years but carbon emissions did increase last year. So a lot of climate experts say it's really not sufficient to continue to depend on gas to displace on that for that ping enough. So they are looking at kind of smaller measures as part of the innovation agenda. One of them would be just, you know, our research and development to to improve Clinton, the cost of clean energy technologies things like carbon capture which basically would collect a mission on coal plants and stored underground and then use those the carbon for commercial brother commercial issues. And then also battery storage Josh Josh Siegal reporter at the Washington Examiner..

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"greg walden" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

WHAS 840 AM

04:41 min | 2 years ago

"greg walden" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

"The Wednesday the top Republicans on the house energy and commerce committee are looking to engage with the democratic majority on climate change promoting private sector innovation as an alternative to regulation taxes or mandates. Josh Siegal reporter at the Washington Examiner met with congressman Greg Walden of Oregon, and John Szimke of Illinois who say they wanted to find what Republicans are for or not for when it comes to climate change and not have Democrats define it. Josh, what are you hearing over the last couple of weeks a lot of people have taken note that the Republican leaders of the house energy and commerce committee, which is a very important committee that would be charged with major climate change legislation. John Simcox, they have shifted their rhetoric on climate change. Whereas, you know in the past they have worked on measures to reduce carbon emissions, but haven't explicitly tied it to climate change in their messaging. But now they're kind of out front and saying, you know, we as Republicans we have to have a Genda to to deal with climate change. You know, they're saying it's not explicitly a response to the green new deal. But the timing. I think you know, you can't ignore. And basically, it's it's really revolved around. They refer to as an innovation agenda at basically contract with with the Democrats more aggressive approach, which is is revolved around regulations, maybe carbon taxes or prices mandates. And yeah, I mean, there's not a ton of Pacific around kind of what they want to see in. Clearly, they are proud of emissions. Reductions the US has Cheever in recent years because of. Trinity sector volving away from coal to gas and renewables, and they want to see more of that. So we'll have to see I mean, there's definitely some some areas of agreement. I'm better smaller. But you know, a lot of Democrats are waiting to see kind of what what will this push actually translate to? It's meaningful policy. Okay. So it might not be in direct response as you said to the green new deal, however with sites on reelection in twenty twenty it would be nice to have something in hand perhaps to show that they're working on something or have achieved something to. Yeah. I think they're they're pretty aware of, you know, young people, especially seem to be you know, polls are showing that across party lines are concerned about climate change here. Seeing increasing awareness around extreme weather, and how that might relate. You know, some some of the impact of that. So so, yeah, I think that you know, that would do what to show that there is a proactive agenda. But again, I mean, I don't think anyone expect some some major piece of legislation before twenty twenty just because of the politics, and where the president is, you know, clearly, not we're we're a lot of Republicans are moving in congress. You know, the president still very sceptical quantity has been pretty much active and doing anything to address it. So so, you know, I think speculations are are pretty modest with Josh Siegal energy and environment reporter at the Washington Examiner. He's got a piece dole Republicans get into the climate game. So what are they proposing here? Because one of the words that came up at least a couple of times was innovation when it comes to response and these guys congressman Walden Szimke, avoiding the words taxation or regulation. Right. So I think the when you hear innovation. I mean, a lot of people that that actually means hands off the left the market, you know, private sector continue to innovate as you know, we know the shale boom, really with natural gas is really the predominant reason. Carbon reductions in the US in recent years, but carbon emissions did increase last year. So a lot of climate experts say it's really not sufficient to continue to depend on. Up. So they are looking at kind of smaller measures as part of innovation of Jeddah. One of them would be just, you know, our research and development to to improve the cost of clean energy technologies things like carbon capture which basically would collect mission on coal plants and store it underground. And then use those the carbon for commercial brother, commercial issues and then also battery storage Josh Josh Siegal reporter at the Washington Examiner..

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"greg walden" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

01:39 min | 2 years ago

"greg walden" Discussed on KOMO

"Congress as we hear from komo's Carleen Johnson. There were a hundred and fifty nine confirmed cases of measles in ten states Tuesday this week sixty six of those here in Washington, Oregon Representative Greg Walden sits on the house commerce committee, which is holding hearings on this. Most of these cases involve people who are not vaccinated. And most of those infected were children between the ages of one and ten health experts continue to stress the need for the MR vaccine, which they say does not cause autism or contain toxics pushing back against the claims of those who refuse to have their children inoculated, Jill Collier is a nurse. She testified last week in Olympia against a Bill that would prevent parents from opting out of. Vaccines for personal or philosophical reasons because they carry the risk of death or injury. We cannot blanket mandate injection for trial and hold their hunt. Their education hostage for noncompliance, California, ended a similar exemption in two thousand fifteen after a measles outbreak at Disneyland made one hundred forty seven people sick. Carleen Johnson, KOMO news. Jay Inslee set to make big announcement tomorrow. The speculation is he'll officially announce his presidential candidacy if he does decide to run it would most likely be on the issue of climate change. However, you'll be entering an already crowded field for the democratic nomination, and he also has little name recognition nationwide. Boeing inking a deal for up to forty two. Triple seven x airplanes deal with British Airways parent company valued at more than eighteen and a half billion dollars. Boeing says new triple seven dash nine were replaced British Airways is older wide body planes. Mainly the seven forty seven Boeing says a triple seven x dash nine will debut next month as the largest and most efficient twin engined passenger jet in the world work is about to get underway on a new tunnel. Downtown tacoma..

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"greg walden" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

01:30 min | 3 years ago

"greg walden" Discussed on KCRW

"Garcia navarro. Good morning. The president puts the fate of hundreds of thousands of immigrants on the negotiating table. We'll have reaction from the so-called dreamers and from congress winter storms are causing damage this season. And it's expected to only get worse already in apparent tornado has damaged an historic southern town. We'll also talk to author Dr male who traveled the world to get a sense of how climate change is changing our planet in his book the end of ice plus federal workers affected by the shutdown and mental health, and we'll get some Latin infusion with all Latino and a musical mystery quiz. It's Sunday January. Twentieth. News is coming up next. Live from NPR news in Washington on Giles Snyder Democrats are calling President Trump's proposal to end the partial government shutdown a starter. They're insisting that the president reopen. The government before beginning any new negotiations. Trump is proposing to extend temporary protections for certain emigrants in exchange for more than five billion dollars in border wall funding, Oregon, congressman Greg Walden is one of fewer Republicans have voted to be opened some government agencies sent his Oregon public broadcasting. Similarly, Cureton reports he was questioned by voters in his district after President Trump laid out. His proposal was on the stage of a high school auditorium in bend, Oregon, right after Trump's speech and looking at about four hundred voters and his largely rural district, he denounced the administration's immigration policies nurse. From their parents, then a voter asked.

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"greg walden" Discussed on WDRC

WDRC

08:08 min | 3 years ago

"greg walden" Discussed on WDRC

"Pleasure to be with you. And I'm glad to take your phone calls and your emails, as you know, the folks who founded this country decided to make three branches of government, but they were not as you were taught in elementary school Coequal some have greater powers than the others. Perhaps the congress has the greatest power the executive the president while he gets a lot more of the attention has actually some of the fewest powers of of either of the three or any of the three and President Donald Trump would like to see us. Get busy with building that wall on our southern border. I support him in that. And he said he will keep the government shutdown. If necessary for years to make sure that it happens. Well, the Democrats have said they're not going to do it. And I didn't expect that they would. So the house of representatives passed a Bill that would have continued funding or restarted the funding for the one quarter of the government is currently shutdown, and and and then they. They said after we've restarted the government, and then we can sit down with the president. But under no circumstances. Are we funding a wall, no way? No, how nev- now would surprise me is at one member of congress who's in the house leadership for the Republicans is congressman Greg Walden. And I've known congressman Walden for a good long time. Congressman welcome to the program. And why did you vote with the Democrats on this? I actually voted with the American people on this. Look, I support a wall to wall. I voted for wall continues sports president in his quest. Get border security. I think I've led delegations to the border and all that gets funded in the homeland security Bill, and I voted against that. Because it didn't include funding for border security last summer. I voted for a Bill that had twenty five billion dollars in it for border security into fund the wall. And so I'm I fully believe in that country doesn't have control of its borders to control the security the other five or six bills. We voted on those one package fun things like the forest service bureau of land management bureau. Reclamation district like mine in eastern, Oregon. These are for service workers working on plans workers working on grazing permit bureau. Reclamation just is trying to finish it it's biological opinion for the operation the climate and for water for all that work get suspended for three weeks in that suspension. And we're just gonna get backlogged. And I don't see why some worker earns pay the price for the disagreement between the president, and frankly Chuck Schumer Nancy Pelosi in Washington when you say, you don't see why they should pay the price, isn't that? How government is done that we gave the executive not only veto power. But the ability to say, I'm not going to go that direction, and and Democrats and Republicans both play this game. If you will by saying, we're not voting for your Bill unless you vote for our Bill, so this kind of horse trading goes on all the time, except usually both sides are willing to negotiate in this case. The president says he'll negotiate and Chuck Schumer Nancy Pelosi of said, we're not negotiating. You're not getting this wall. No matter what even though I think I can make the case that when the American people voted for candidate Donald Trump, they were voting for a man who'd made the wall one of his signature issues. This wasn't some also added on you know, thing that he brought up in in passing. This was the the center point of his campaign from day one. And a lot of us have gotten tired of waiting for him to act on it. I'm glad he's finally acting. Now, how is it that this is acting on behalf of the American people? The American people said we want a wall because border security that folks on Capitol Hill Bellevue, and the Democrats have talked about can mean anything you want, and it can mean nothing at all. Agreed. Well, so first of all article of the constitution says the congress has the power of the purse, and that's what we're exercising here. And and I don't think when when you talk broadly about the American people supporting the presence for you to wall. Again, I voted for the wall, I voted for seven hundred miles a wall back in. I think oh six and after nine one one that Walston built I consider. Support it, and I will continue to because I think we do need president is right. We need better border security to what we have. So that's a given the president I shoulder to shoulder on border security. But I don't think the public was asked. Do you support that even if it means you shut down the national parks, you shut down to PL AME shut down there? Burma very culture. You don't get your tax refund. You know, a big percent of working Americans filed for their tax refund early on because they need the money. Now, the Treasury Department's afternoon say no we'll find a way around that. So we can issue the refund, but I don't think they were asked that trade off question. That's a question. I have before me LARs is shut down all these other agencies and the way if your fiscal conservative think about it in terms as well that is the government will go back and pay all these workers. They will get three weeks. I don't have to. But, but they will it is what all that's up to you. That's up to you and members of congress. I know it's always. History shows it always happened in so fundamentally you're you're gonna get another three weeks of paid vacation the workload of the government falls behind three week and stuff that people are counting on the FCC. Our favorite agency. You. I didn't mind seeing the FDA. I mean, you go through all these agencies are collateral damage here. And I just don't think they have a pass through that. I don't think I didn't think they had a path out of this. When they started the fight should be over order security that takes place on the homeland security funding Bill, which is I told you I voted against that was broken out. That's where the fight needs to be had accepted covers congressman you voted give me shutdown per year. I don't know I guess on the basis you basis, you just outlined congress. And if you said if we don't defend the Pentagon tomorrow, you don't get your tax refund. You could probably get a majority of Americans to be in favor of defunding, the Pentagon or defunding almost anything. If you say if you don't do this. We will hold back. Your will. Hold back your IRS track. The reality. We're in right now. Reclamations biological opinion. In the climate basin is on hold. They can't take comments or do anything has to get done. So they get a water agreement to turn out how much water in the first week of April easings have real life implications district like mine on the ground. I'm all for the border wall. I am. But I'm just telling you that fight should occur on the funding. Bill where you find the wall, and the and the Democrats did not put money in there. I disagree with him on that. I think we need to step it up, and they didn't do that. And that's why I voted no on tell me this though, your vote didn't make it because they passed the thing to forty one to one if you and the other six Republicans had said, we're not voting for this thing on principle because we do agree with the wall. It would have been to thirty five to one ninety six it's still would have gone through. And it'll still dine in the Senate and the president will still veto it. So you haven't made a difference? That would have been the easiest vote to make wouldn't well and a sensible. I didn't agree with the well, I think the sense of what do you support building a wall on that southern? Border. I voted for twenty five billion last summer. And why did we never see a Senate vote on that the different issue? No, you know, what we didn't have the majority. You get it out of the house. No, you didn't. Goodlatte one and two both went down. Even if the president came to Capitol Hill, any courage does to support it. And I did it went down. We'd never votes in the house. So the easy vote would have been to just go along with the crowd. But I didn't think it was the right vote for a district like mine where you have a lot of federal employees, including those in the forest service where that are going to be furloughed. They're not going to get paid. You got coast guard people that now you go you get into this week second longest shutdown in history. And by the end of the week, the long longest. Yeah. And people are really going to be affected in. So I'm for the fight is just let's have the fight on the field. Where it belongs which is on how you fund homeland security. That's a separate Bill. I voted against what the Democrats proposed on that. It just seems it seems the amount of the Senate unanimously when the president originally agreed with that content. Congressman pleasure. Thank you very much. That's congressman Greg Walden from the house minority leadership the Republicans now back in just one we'll get to your calls at eight six six four three nine five to seven.

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"greg walden" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

C-SPAN Radio

12:20 min | 3 years ago

"greg walden" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

"That's ensuring affordable health coverage for those that pre existing conditions, but we can only operate that. If the democratic majority allows it and we would do. So if the previous question is defeated with that, Mr Chairman, I yield back congressman Greg Walden fired Massachusetts recommend Mr Speaker. I have actually I'm almost speechless. I mean, the jumping farm Oregon takes my breath away with his previous question. Amendment. I mean, I want to remind the gentleman that it was the Democrats that actually put in protections for people with preexisting conditions. We did show over the objections of the Republicans and for almost a decade now. My friends were in charge. They time and time and time again try to take away people's healthcare protections including protections for people with preexisting conditions. This lawsuit that this judgment in Texas that recently came about that threatens people's healthcare protections was filed by the Republicans. I mean, they have been in charge of the house and the Senate and the White House and they have done nothing to protect people with preexisting conditions. They have just tried to take these protectors away. Now, I get it. You heard loud and clear in the last election that people don't agree with you. I'm not going to yield to the gentlemen at this point. But they don't agree with you. And we are going to do everything we can to protect people with preexisting conditions and to expand health protections for everybody in this country because we believe that healthcare is a right and not a privilege. So when I hear my friends come here with a procedural motion that somehow they wanna be the champions for people who are worried about their health healthcare coverage. It's laughable. Yield to the gentleman she's been radio programming from Thursday. WCS beef in Washington. I appreciate your comments. I don't agree with them, obviously. But I haven't heard your objection to the language we propose to offered your rules package that already has different healthcare provision in it. Right. Is there any reclaimed? What did he do something that my friends on the other side of the aisle, did not do we are going to legislate in a professional and proper manner? And as we as we debate healthcare in the future, we go through regular order. We're going to take on immediately right now. Some of these court cases that we think have presented danger to the American people. But I don't the idea that my Republican friends are coming to the floor saying, let's protect people with preexisting conditions. You know, what people the American people don't believe it. That was the message in the last election. That was the message because they know that does is it does is it dozens of times Republicans came to this floor used every trick in the book to try to undo the Affordable Care Act, and thankfully, you failed. And we put this put these protections in place, and we will make sure they stay in place. And I reserve my time Massachusetts reserves from Oklahoma's recognize thank you, Mr Speaker. I'd like to yield to minister, my good friend from the great state of Arizona. Mary Jones recognize and thank you, Mr Speaker, Mr. cold. Thank you. I'll try to do this quickly. We're removing in the democrat Democratic Party rule package. I want to be appropriate sensitive. Macroeconomic analysis. Okay. Now, we all know right now, the methodology used at joint tax CBO. They actually do some of it no matter what and have long before it was put in the rules years ago. My great concern is by the removal. I actually think we're sort of being a bit anti math anti-science anti openness anti fax because walk through a couple examples with me tomorrow, we double the tax on cigarettes. Do you get double the tax revenue, of course, not people stop smoking? Well, should we know if there is a green agenda are a win? We're going to see pay go numbers. Are you allowed to do macroeconomic analysis on that and tell us what the economic effects another words policy matters. And if we're going to engage in policy around here that changes the economic growth rate. What's that also changes tax revenues for the positive or the negative? Should we be honest about that? And the rule package here strips the requirement that on important legislation. We get a macro economic analysis, and that's just my concern for all of us who make public policy. We should have honest math. And we should have math to understand the cascade effect. What are the effects in the economy? It's just if we're gonna make public policy. Let's actually have the math that backs it up and with a yield back. Congressman David Schweickart live coverage from the house floor opening day of the one hundred and sixteenth. Congress students recognize. Gentleman. I appreciate his point. But I just want to remind him that while his party was in power time and time and time again, I think I've lost count of how many bills came to this floor without a CBO score. Nevermind a dynamic score. And serving in the rules can be at least sixty eight bills in this in this last congress the came to the rules committee. They never had a hearing. Remark up and can be of jurisdiction. So we're going to we're going to go back to the committee process. We're gonna make committees do their work. We're going to require that. He there'd be hearings on builds markups on bills and this place behave in the manner in which the American people expected to with that. I reserve rules committee chair democrat Jim McGovern. Houston's reserves gentlemen, Oklahoma's recognize speaker, I yield two minutes to my good friend, distinguish member from Texas. Mr. Conway down with Texas. The two minutes thing. We're speaker speaker both the chairman and the ranking member rules committee have both address lily up a rule tucked away on page thirty one with respect to going after the secretary of agriculture attempt to change the rules with respect to snap a good colleague from Massachusetts master, a cloaking this issue. Any chaser snap as Republicans are beating up on poor people. We'll Mr Speaker this rule that the secretary of agriculture proposing mirrors, they house requirements with respect to changing waivers snap that this has passed back in June. The house version of the farm Bill the conversation, I had with our Senate colleagues negotiating the coverage report, both the Senate chairman as well as Iraqi member, and particularly the ranking member of the democrat reminded me over and over and over that Purdue had in fact, all the authority needed to do what we wanted to do in the house Bill, therefore, the house version was unnecessary. And the secretary Paducah move this forward this rule adjusts able bodied adults people between the ages eighteen forty. Nine without dependence. Most folks would look at them and say, that's a worker. Well, waiver abuse waving the twenty hour week work requirement has been abused by the system abuse report that up until last September ITAR state of California was under work waiver. And we've got a four percent unemployment rate across this nation. It makes no sense. As secretary dude is is said, look, if you're willing to help yourself by working twenty hours a week, then you'll be able to stay on as an able to stay on work on food stamps unlimited. If you're unwilling to help yourself demonstrates that you're gonna help yourself, then your staff carbon. She'll be limited to three months out of every thirty six. The impact would have is the famous YouTube require show where where the Twenty-seven-year-old surfer from California who loves to surf fantastic, but you'd like to work, but he's on food stamps the waiver of the work week rabbit in California allows him to stay on food stamps unlit out of time. And yet he doesn't have to work my colleagues on the other side of the aisle as well. As by colleagues in the Senate with voraciously defend the. Work requirement. Currently lot twenty hours a week. They just don't want to defend it. This rule will allow them to try to supersede an inter- intervene in behalf of requiring able bodied adults without dependents to work oppose this rule and opposed the underlying real package. Expired, massachusetts. Sure, the gentlemen from Texas. The now ranking member of the agriculture committee that this provision wasn't tucked away. In fact, we did a press release on it. We want everybody to know that we're gonna hold this administration accountable. If they go against what the congress passed and the farm Bill congress didn't pass what the gentleman just said. In fact, my friend from Texas said in an interview last year that the secretary of agriculture doesn't have the thirty to fix waivers. Maybe he's he's changed his mind. But here's the deal. And if the secretaries watching I want to be very very clear, if in fact, he or this administration go after poor people if they try to take away their food if they try to undercut their their food security, we are coming after them. We are going to hold them accountable. The days of turning a blind eye to attacks on poor people are over plain and simple. And so this is not a provision that was tucked away. It was not a provision was hidden. In fact, we did a press release audit. I want everybody to know about it. And with that. I reserve my time gentlemen, Massachusetts reserves. Jonathan Oklahoma's recognize activists speaker, I'm actually prepared to close if my friend is okay. With that Mr Speaker in closing I want to be an again by congratulating, my good friend on assuming this very important position of responsibility as chairman of the house rules committee. It's particularly I think notable that he began his career in public service as a staff member on this commit very committee. And so I think moving from staff member the ranking member, and the chairman is something my friends should be very proud of and all of us in the house should be proud of as well said wonderful things about it. Now. While the rules package includes some very good ideas. I'm going to urge all members to oppose the rule some of the provisions, obviously that I mentioned in my remarks Republicans certainly can support. Unfortunately, however includes too many measures that we cannot rule today. Remove important fiscal responsibility measures from the house rules establishes a partisan climate committee and grants to speaker the power to intervene in a lawsuit over the legality of the ACA. It also makes an order and appropriations package, frankly as an appropriate or I cannot support the idea that the house would simply yield to the Senate and accept without change bills that the Senate has passed even though frankly, there had been ongoing conferences, and many changes have been agreed to his something that I think we should never do in this particular body for these. And the reasons I've discussed here IRA. Geno vote on the rule, Mr Speaker IRA no on the previous question. No on the underlying measure, and I want to yield back the balance of my time. Oklahoma yield back the balance of his time messages speaker, thank you. And I wanna I wanna I want to congratulate the new ranking member of the rules committee. Mr cole. It has been a pleasure to be here. Debating with him here today. Rules committee chair Jim McGovern. It's kind of strange to close debate. I kinda like it. We'll do it for a long time. But we have worked side by side in this committee for many years. We've also worked in congress. In congress and a lot of issues that we both care about like the authorization of the use of military force. And I appreciate his work on the appropriations committee. I think nobody knows more about the appropriations processor respects that process more than the German from Oklahoma. And he's not only a colleague, but I consider him a friend. We don't agree on everything. But we disagree. Congressman Cole is always very respectful, and as I said before he disagrees without being disagreeable,.

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Twitter CEO to testify before House panel on September 5

The Car Pro Show

00:27 sec | 3 years ago

Twitter CEO to testify before House panel on September 5

"House Republicans wanna talk to the CEO of Twitter about their concerns that social media companies are biased against conservatives the house energy. And commerce committee has scheduled Jack Dorsey to testify September fifth panel chair Greg Walden. Of Oregon says he's looking forward to learning more about the company's. Content judgment calls Twitter recently froze the account of info wars frontman Alex Jones Dorsey said earlier this week there's a left leaning bias at. The company

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Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey, others to address social-media bias against conservatives at Capitol Hill hearing

The Great Outdoors

00:40 sec | 3 years ago

Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey, others to address social-media bias against conservatives at Capitol Hill hearing

"Republicans in the US house wanna talk to the CEO of Twitter about concerns, social media companies are being biased against conservatives the house energy and commerce committee scheduling Jack Dorsey to testify September fifth panel chairman Greg. Walden of Oregon says he's looking forward to. Learning about the company's, content judgment calls President Trump has been accusing social media platforms of trying to silence Republicans and conservatives. He did so again in a tweet on Friday many social media companies have removed content by info wars founder. Alex Jones over recent weeks Twitter recently froze Jones account it was open again as a Friday. And Jones had new tweets posted Dorsey said earlier this week there there's a left leaning. Bias within

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Twitter CEO to testify before House panel on September 5

WBZ Morning News

00:33 sec | 3 years ago

Twitter CEO to testify before House panel on September 5

"Republicans in the. House want to talk to the CEO of Twitter about concerns that social media companies are being biased against conservatives. The house energy and commerce committee has scheduled Jack Dorsey to testify on September, fifth panel chairman Greg. Walden of Oregon says he is looking forward to. Learning more about the company's content judgment calls. President Trump constantly accuses social media platforms of trying to silence Republicans and conservatives of course his private companies They may indeed. Censor content,

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Oregon ranchers pardoned by Trump arrive home

Lars Larson

01:20 min | 3 years ago

Oregon ranchers pardoned by Trump arrive home

"The dave ramsey show weekdays at noon on the talk of connecticut w drc this is fox on justice in two thousand fifteen father son pair of oregon ranchers were each sentenced to five years in prison hope to see in five years dwight hammond and his son steven were convicted of deliberately setting fires in an oregon wildlife refuge allegedly to cover up evidence of poaching seems like a bit of an overkill the case sparked weeks of angry and violent protests i think it was all actually ingest from from start to finish supporters of cliven bundy sovereign citizens movement clashed with locals it's sort of frightening when there's people making threats and people touting on afraid but now president trump has pardoned dwight and stephen hammond the whitehouse calling the prison sentences unjust wildlife activists that the pardon sends a bad message but oregon republican congressman greg walden calls it a win for justice with fox on justice hank weinbloom fox news fox onset this week apple's app store turns ten years old launched on july tenth two thousand eight with just five hundred apps available it grew to fifty thousand after just a year and ten years.

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Thiam's earnings dip as Credit Suisse overhauls executive pay

01:50 min | 3 years ago

Thiam's earnings dip as Credit Suisse overhauls executive pay

"The ceo at credits we saw his paycheck shrink last year in the third year of a major restructuring the bank says t john received ten point two million dollars for twenty seventeen that's five percent less from a year before credit suisse says chums pay would return to levels in line with the bank's expected improvement may thanh diong ping a chinese food reviews and delivery giant backed by tencent is considering going public in hong kong initial public offering that's according to people familiar with the matter us companies are finding that the flow from the foreign money spigot is slowing we get the details from bloomberg's jeff bellinger foreigners showed signs of being net sellers of us investment grade corporate debt this week according to bank of america data and he's selling pressure comes after international investors bought just thirty eight billion dollars us investment grade corporate death in the fourth quarter according to you es the least since the beginning of two thousand sixteen when the corporate bond market was in freefall ubs as overseas money managers are a key pillar for the market having bought more than one point four trillion dollars of the security since two thousand thirteen jeff bellinger bloomberg radio activist investor paul singer has one around in his battle for influence at telecom italia with the chairman and six directors quitting the board the move gives vivendi's some time in its attempts to fend off singers elliott management in a contest that's likely to come to a head at a telecom italia shareholder meeting in may coming up oregon congressman greg walden on the cambridge analytical scandal i'm pat carroll this is bloomberg adopt us kids one eighty over one eleven and i had a stroke i couldn't speak i walk this is high blood pressure get back on your plan to lower your hp dot org brought to you by the american stroke association american medical association.

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