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"heather scott" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:16 min | 1 year ago

"heather scott" Discussed on KQED Radio

"That debate, including House Majority Leader Mike Boyle. I didn't get elected. Come down here and sit around. Let the governor became one Republican representative Heather Scott. Even during that debate, declared that the pandemic is over Idaho cases have fallen, but I see you in hospital. Admission rates are still high per capita. We still have one of the highest rates of cases in the country going back to January. 2020. Now we do have those bills to limit emergency declarations and those air still working through the process. Right, Abigail. I'm gonna bring you into this. Michigan is one state where we have seen a lot of challenges to governor. Gretchen Whitmer. She's a Democrat over her covert 19 restrictions s some of her powers already been stripped away, right? It's right back. In October, our state Supreme Court ruled that one of the laws that the governor was using to issue executive orders was unconstitutional. So not the executive orders themselves. But the law And Republicans in our state Legislature celebrated that as a huge win, but her administration has ultimately re issued a lot of those executive orders. Through the state Health Department. So now we're back in this situation of this ugly fight over how to disperse things like covert aid and extend unemployment benefits things that aren't public health orders. But our last pause worked and cases have been declining steadily for 24 days. What kind of effort do you seen by Republicans in the Legislature in Michigan? So now Republicans are pushing bills that link two billion in federal funding for education to the governor's authority to close schools or dictate of high school sports can be played. They say they want to give that power to local officials. But they want to set the metrics of when local health officials can act. They've also rejected 18 of winners, appointments to state boards and universities. Republican state senator and McBroom said. Basically, they did that because it was the last straw. There's nothing else we get accused. Put some bills up. Shoulder governor your power Great. Then she vetoes them. Room. Where is the balance at the bargaining table?.

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"heather scott" Discussed on KCRW

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05:12 min | 1 year ago

"heather scott" Discussed on KCRW

"That debate, including House Majority Leader Mike Boyle. I didn't get elected. Come down here and sit around. Let the governor became one Republican representative Heather Scott. Even during that debate, declared that the pandemic is over Idaho cases have fallen, but I see you in hospital. Admission rates are still high per capita. We still have one of the highest rates of cases in the country going back to January. 2020. Now we do have those bills to limit emergency declarations and those air still working through the process. Right, Abigail. I'm gonna bring you into this. Michigan is one state where we have seen a lot of challenges to governor. Gretchen Whitmer. She's a Democrat over her covert 19 restrictions s some of her powers already been stripped away, right? That's right Back. In October, our state Supreme Court ruled that one of the laws that the governor was using to issue executive orders was unconstitutional. So not the executive orders themselves. But the law And Republicans in our state Legislature celebrated that as a huge win, but her administration has ultimately re issued a lot of those executive orders. Through the state Health Department. So now we're back in this situation of this ugly fight over how to disperse things like covert aid and extend unemployment benefits things that aren't public health orders. But our last pause worked and cases have been declining steadily for 24 days. What kind of efforts have you seen by Republicans in the Legislature in Michigan? So now Republicans are pushing bills that link two billion in federal funding for education to the governor's authority to close schools or dictate of high school sports can be played. They say they want to give that power to local officials. But they want to set the metrics of when local health officials can act. They've also rejected 18 of winners, appointments to state boards and universities. Republican state senator and McBroom said. Basically, they did that because it was the last straw. There's nothing else we get accused. Put some bills up. Shoulder governor your power Great. Then she vetoes them. Room. Where is the balance at the bargaining table is gone. It's been aggregated emasculated taken away. But part of why these kinds of emergency powers exist is because of things like hurricanes, floods or even violent protests. You know, short lived emergencies. And while the pandemic is definitely not under control, it has lasted of very long time. So I'm curious to hear the reactions from governors. You know, Ben, let's get back to you. What has, um In the reaction in Arizona Republican Governor Doug Ducey. So one of the key parts of deuces orders and this is important to remember is that they prevent cities and towns. They prevent local leaders from adopting rules that are more restrictive than do sees own orders. In his state of the state address a month ago, do Si warned lawmakers that They might not like the rules Arizona mayors would implement. If doozies orders are ended. I've been entrusted by the people of Arizona with this responsibility. I'm not going to hand over the keys to a small group of mayors who have expressed every intention of locking down their cities that was widely interpreted as a shot at more liberal mayors in cities like Phoenix and Tucson. It is worth mentioning. Arizona is still one of the worst states in the country for the spread of the virus right now. So there is some fear that the mayor of Phoenix might decide there are more restrictive measures to put in place if do sees powers were to be eliminated. Jimmy. What about Idaho? The thing is, is that these emergency declarations Let states have access to federal aid Money. Idaho could lose about $20 million in federal funding that would go toward the vaccine rollout. Veterans programs, food banks, stuff like that. You know earlier, I guess earlier in the session in January, both the House and Senate wanted to dump this emergency declaration. And that's when Idaho Governor Brad Little held a scathing press conference denouncing the move. They're playing politics and unfortunately the loser In this shameful game will be you, The citizens of Ida, and this is really out of character for a governor who likes to operate behind the scenes. He was a policy wonk in the state Senate several years ago, and he even recruited Congressman Mike Simpson, Idaho Congressman Mike Simpson and another former speaker of the House to push back against lawmakers. They called a careless, reckless and endangering the lives of Idaho. And that seems to have worked. For now. Lawmakers have kind of backed off, but there are also constitutional questions about it. The state attorney general's office said. State laws allow lawmakers to lift an emergency declaration through a resolution that can't be vetoed. But the office couldn't find any authority like that in the Idaho Constitution, so if they were to do that, it would certainly have a court challenge. Well, we are definitely gonna have to keep our eye on this pen. Giles from member Station, Cage's and Phoenix. Abigail since key of member station W. K R in Lansing and James Dawson.

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"heather scott" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

05:09 min | 1 year ago

"heather scott" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Over during that debate, including House Majority Leader Mike Boyle. I didn't get elected. Come down here and sit around. Let the governor be King. One Republican representative Heather Scott. Even during that debate, declared that the pandemic is over Idaho cases have fallen, but I see you in hospital. Admission rates are still high per capita. We still have one of the highest rates of cases in the country going back to January. 2020. Now we do have those bills to limit emergency declarations and those air still working through the process. Right, Abigail. I'm gonna bring you into this. Michigan is one state where we have seen a lot of challenges to governor. Gretchen Whitmer. She's a Democrat over her covert 19 restrictions s some of her powers already been stripped away, right? That's right Back. In October, our state Supreme Court ruled that one of the laws that the governor was using to issue executive orders was unconstitutional. So not the executive orders themselves. But the law And Republicans in our state Legislature celebrated that as a huge win, but her administration has ultimately re issued a lot of those executive orders. Through the state Health Department. So now we're back in this situation of this ugly fight over how to disperse things like covert aid and extend unemployment benefits things that aren't public health orders. But our last pause worked and cases have been declining steadily for 24 days. What kind of efforts have you seen by Republicans in the Legislature in Michigan? So now Republicans are pushing bills that link two billion in federal funding for education to the governor's authority to close schools or dictate of high school sports can be played. They say they want to give that power to local officials. But they want to set the metrics of when local health officials can act. They've also rejected 18 of winners, appointments to state boards and universities. Republican state senator and McBroom said. Basically, they did that because it was the last straw. There's nothing else we get accused. Put some bills up. Shoulder governor your power Great. Then she vetoes them. Room. Where's the balance at the bargaining table is gone. It's been aggregated emasculated taken away. But part of why these kinds of emergency powers exist is because of things like hurricanes, floods or even violent protests. You know, short lived emergencies. And while the pandemic is definitely not under control, it has lasted of very long time. So I'm curious to hear the reactions from governors. You know, Ben, let's get back to you. What has, um In the reaction in Arizona Republican Governor Doug Ducey. So one of the key parts of deuces orders and this is important to remember is that they prevent cities and towns. They prevent local leaders from adopting rules that are more restrictive than do sees own orders. In his state of the state address a month ago, do Si warned lawmakers that They might not like the rules Arizona mayors would implement if doozies orders are ended. I've been entrusted by the people of Arizona with this responsibility. I'm not going to hand over the keys to a small group of mayors who have expressed every intention of locking down their cities that was widely interpreted as a shot at more liberal mayors in cities like Phoenix and Tucson. It is worth mentioning. Arizona is still one of the worst states in the country for the spread of the virus right now. So there is some fear that the mayor of Phoenix might decide there are more restrictive measures to put in place if do sees powers were to be eliminated. Jimmy. What about Idaho? The thing is, is that these emergency declarations Let states have access to federal aid Money. Idaho could lose about $20 million in federal funding that would go toward the vaccine rollout. Veterans programs, food banks, stuff like that. You know, I guess earlier in the session in January, both the House and Senate wanted to dump this emergency declaration. And that's when Idaho Governor Brad Little held a scathing press conference denouncing the move. They're playing politics and unfortunately the loser In the shameful game will be you, the citizens of Ida, and this is really out of character for a governor who likes to operate behind the scenes. He was a policy wonk in the state Senate several years ago, and he even recruited Congressman Mike Simpson, Idaho Congressman Mike Simpson and another former speaker of the House to push back against lawmakers. They called a careless, reckless and endangering the lives of Idaho. And that seems to have worked. For now. Lawmakers have kind of backed off, but there are also constitutional questions about it. The state attorney general's office said. State laws allow lawmakers to lift an emergency declaration through a resolution that can't be vetoed. But the office couldn't find any authority like that in the Idaho Constitution, so if they were to do that, it would certainly have a court challenge. Well, we are definitely gonna have to keep our eye on this Been Giles from member Station, Cage's and Phoenix. Abigail since.

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"heather scott" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

05:11 min | 1 year ago

"heather scott" Discussed on KQED Radio

"And tensions boiled over during that debate, including House Majority Leader Mike Boyle. I didn't get elected. Come down here and sit around and let the governor be King. One Republican representative Heather Scott. Even during that debate, declared that the pandemic is over. Idaho cases have fallen, but I see you in hospital. Admission rates are still high per capita. We still have one of the highest rates of cases in the country going back to January, 2020. Now we do have those bills to limit emergency declarations and those air still working through the process. All right, Abigail, I'm gonna bring you into this. Michigan is one state where we have seen a lot of challenges to governor, Gretchen Whitmer, She's a Democrat over her covert 19 restrictions. Um, some of her powers already been stripped away, right? That's right Back. In October, our state Supreme Court ruled that one of the laws that the governor was using to issue executive orders was unconstitutional. So not the executive orders themselves. But the law And Republicans in our state Legislature celebrated that as a huge win, but her administration has ultimately re issued a lot of those executive orders. Through the state Health Department. So now we're back in this situation of this ugly fight over how to disperse things like covert aid and extend unemployment benefits things that aren't public health orders. But our last pause worked and cases have been declining steadily for 24 days. What kind of efforts have you seen by Republicans in the Legislature in Michigan? So now Republicans are pushing bills that link two billion in federal funding for education to the governor's authority to close schools or dictate of high school sports can be played. They say they want to give that power to local officials. But they want to set the metrics of when local health officials can act. They've also rejected 18 of winners, appointments to state boards and universities. Republican state senator and McBroom said. Basically, they did that because it was the last straw. There's nothing else we get accused. Put some bills up. Show the governor your power. Great. Then she vetoes them. Mm. Where's the balance at the bargaining table is gone. It's been aggregated emasculated taken away. But part of why these kinds of emergency powers exist is because of things like hurricanes, floods or even violent protests. You know, short lived emergencies. And while the pandemic is definitely not under control, it has lasted a very long time. So I'm curious to hear the reactions from governors. You know, Ben, let's get back to you What has been the reaction in Arizona Republican Governor Doug Ducey? So one of the key parts of deuces orders and this is important to remember is that they prevent cities and towns. They prevent local leaders from adopting rules that are more restrictive than do sees own orders in his state of the state address a month ago, Do you see warned lawmakers that there might not like the rules Arizona mayors would implement if deuces orders are ended. I've been entrusted by the people of Arizona with this responsibility. I'm not going to hand over the keys to a small group of mayors who have expressed every intention of locking down their cities that was widely interpreted as a shot at More liberal mayors in cities like Phoenix and Tucson. It is worth mentioning. Arizona is still one of the worst states in the country for the spread of the virus right now, so there is some fear that The mayor of Phoenix might decide there are more restrictive measures to put in place. If do sees powers were to be eliminated. Jimmy What about out of home? The thing is, is that these emergency declarations let states have access to federal aid money. Idaho could lose about $20 million in federal funding that would go toward Vaccine rollout, veterans programs, food banks, stuff like that, You know, I guess earlier in the session in January, both the House and Senate wanted to dump this emergency declaration. And that's when Idaho Governor Brad Little held a scathing press conference denouncing the move. They're playing politics and unfortunately the loser In the shameful game will be you, the citizens of Ida, and this is really out of character for a governor who likes to operate behind the scenes. He was a policy wonk in the state Senate several years ago, and he even recruited Congressman Mike Simpson, Idaho Congressman Mike Simpson and another former speaker of the House to push back against lawmakers. They called a careless, reckless and endangering the lives of Idaho. And that seems to have worked. For now. Lawmakers have kind of backed off, but there are also constitutional questions about it. The state attorney general's office said. State laws allow lawmakers to lift an emergency declaration through a resolution that can't be vetoed. But the office couldn't find any authority like that in the Idaho Constitution, so if they were to do that, it would certainly have a court challenge. Well, we are definitely gonna have to keep our eye on this pen. Giles from member Station, Cage's and Phoenix. Abigail since key of member station W..

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"heather scott" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

05:40 min | 1 year ago

"heather scott" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Things considered from NPR news. I'm Mary Louise Kelly and I'm Ari Shapiro. Police in Hong Kong have arrested one of the most prominent pro democracy figures there. Jimmy lies a media tycoon, owner of the newspaper Apple Daily. Police took in him and six others, including his son's. Under Hongkong's new security law. They also raided the newspaper headquarters. Apple Daily has supported Hong Kong's pro democracy movement and criticized the government. Keith Richburg is a former China correspondent for The Washington Post. And he's now a professor at the University of Hong Kong. Welcome to all things considered. Thank you for having me tell us more about who Jimmy Lai is. Jimmy Lai is a very well known if somewhat controversial figure here. He was actually a clothing magnate. He actually started out with the clothing chain where he made his millions. And in 1995 he started Apple Daily, which was Avery tabloidy sensationalistic but very pro democracy newspaper. Over the years, Jimmy Lai himself as an individual has come out as a staunch advocate of democracy. He's been at the forefront of a lot of protest movements at the annual tenements where vigils which marked the 1989 The massacre of pro democracy students by Beijing People's Liberation Army troops. He's been out of the forefront, so he's drawn the ire of Beijing while at the same time kind of becoming a bit of a hero to the pro democracy forces here. It sounds like his arrest was designed for maximum impact. Can you describe how police carried it out? Absolutely. It was designed for maximum impact. You know, they went to his house. There was video of him being Marched out in handcuffs and even more shocking. You have dozens and dozens of uniformed police officers entering Apple daily his newspaper going into the newsroom floor and just surrounding the place using orange tape kind of block journalists from going to their own desks lining up journalists. Making them show ID cards. They be trying to stop journalists from actually filming. What was going on about some very brave ones continued to film, so we were able to see it live. It was a huge show of force. I mean, it seems like shock and awe here in Hong Kong. So what's the message that leaders are trying to send with this show of force? The message seems to be that we're in a brave new world here in the national security law. I really only came into effect a little over 40 days ago has changed the dynamic here. This used to be a place where we believed in the free press and where journalists get out kind of operate relatively freely. This seemed to indicate now that things have changed here. Now The police are in charge. They don't have to go to courts to get warrants. They could go to just basically won magistrate and get a secret warrant. They don't have to even announced to the public What the charges are going to be against anyone they can hold trials and secret National security trials can be held in secret, So it's really it's really a kind of a frightening new prospect here for journalists to operate. You're already referring to the free press in the past tense Isn't that cut and dried? It does seem that way. It really does. And I know it's It's frightening to say it. It sounds dramatic to say it, but you have to say free press is we knew it in Hong Kong is dead. Politics is dead in Hong Kong. They've cancelled the elections that were supposed to be held on September 6. They disqualified. Some candidates have already announced their intentions on running. Now they've gone into a newsroom, The most popular newspaper in Hong Kong has had its newsroom rated files 250 boxes of files carted away, student organizations have been disbanded People of scrubbing their Facebook pages and scrubbing their social media presence, scrubbing their Twitter feeds because they're worried about being arrested. There is a big chilled over Hong Kong. Right now. They have basically race the border between Hong Kong and China. When this thing goes on in China all the time. This is something we never thought we would see here in Hong Kong, and it's come a lot faster, a lot swifter in a lot more stern measure than we ever thought it would be possible here. Keith Richburg is director of the journalism in Media Studies Center at the University of Hong Kong. Thank you for speaking with us today. Thank you. In California, where more than 10,000 people have died from covert 19 the state's public health director, suddenly resigned Sunday night. The departure of Dr Sonya Angel comes after a state computer health database failed that resulted in thousands of coven 19 records being uncounted for several days. Joining me now is Scott Shafer of member station in San Francisco, Heather Scott. Hey, Marie Louise. So what exactly happened? What was this problem that may have led to the public health director's resignation. Yeah, well, to be clear. She didn't say why she resigned, But she'd been there less than a year and there was some serious technical problems that resulted in delays in getting test results to the state and county health departments. The main problem was that testing results from the largest private lab in the state Quest Laboratories. Simply weren't getting sent to the state system for aggregating health data. It's called cow already the cow already system, but it wasn't ready for about five days. So state officials say there was a backlog of almost 300,000 records. Most of them probably covered 19 tests, but not all of them. And that's cue the picture that state and local health officials were getting about the spread of the virus. It also put a real crimp in the ability of local health departments to do contact tracing for people who tested positive. The state says. Now the backlog has been cleared. What do we know about the leader of the state? What we know about the governor? Gavin Newsom? Did he know about this? Did he do anything about it?.

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So Many Protests

Atheist Nomads

06:08 min | 1 year ago

So Many Protests

"What's the level beyond tea party like? What's the next big boss so okay? Idaho's Idaho Freedom Foundation. I'm not sure who really the big bosses. I don't know fits Betsy Devos's family. Yeah they're definitely part of it. Her brother Eric. Prince is the head of Blackwater. Yeah so far right wing conservative family that wants to get public education and who own their own army. Yeah there's shock. Yeah yeah this is a family who wants to privatize everything brave. Because they've already shown how they can privatize and military exactly yeah. I don't know how well known it is but all of those numbers on how many troops are in Iraq. Were all about half with the real numbers were because of Blackwater and quote Mercenary Contractors. No of course mercenaries. Yeah Yeah and so anyway the the Devos and the Prince family are. They're actively involved in all of this funding some of the groups in particular the group that that's behind the Michigan New York Virginia rallies that Donald Trump tweeted about right because he had his own hand. I'm sure in making those I mean. He's actively said that. Oh Yeah He. He's actively saying that. He has all of the power. Not The governor's but the governors have to be doing everything and we should be doing all this sheltering in placing and not shutting out of these businesses but liberate these states because Second Amendment right which is a convoluted convoluted convoluted argument at best. It's not even a convoluted argument. It's it's not even an argument. He's you can't say trump can't say that he has absolute control over this because he doesn't especially when he also follows that with the. I'm completely not responsible for any of this right. He's trying to have his cake and eat it too. Which only works with far right wing groups that are being funded by a family that gets their money from government contracts war profiteering Yup and I mean today. The day of recording. We We had a big protest down the neighborhood. Park Kleiner Park in Meridian. It was a bunch of women in their kids. They're all playing on the playground. Equipment Co. Cram packed in there Because it was public property and they had a right to have access to it It was also funded by Freedom Foundation. And that's that's a logical follow-up to the protests that happened on Saturday on the purchase happened on Saturday with more than a thousand people in attendance at the Idaho State Capitol the Idaho. Freedom Foundation was the main group behind it but there were libertarians. Gun rights groups anti VACs groups all. They're waving their flags. Yeah it was. It was not a pretty scene. There is a lot of hostility. There were people being abused. Beaten I wouldn't say beaten but there is a couple of people who got pushed around and the cops protected the whole time. The people are getting pushed around or the people doing the pushing of the people. Doing the pushing no the people who were there protesting the cops are there to make sure that nobody got really hurt. But that didn't stop these people from hurting people who were protesting their protest. Yeah and a lot of these people were carrying guns. Yeah it was open. Carry season out there. It was which because that's what that's really about. Which if you're having a I know there are people who would argue this. But in my opinion a protest with guns is not a peaceful protest. No because the gun automatically is a sign of intimidation not right. If it's I mean that's how I feel if you have a rally with a bunch of people with guns that scary. Yeah with people with guns. That looks to me. A Lot. Like a military formation a rebel group of militia a peaceful protest in this case they weren't marching basically a peaceful protests. There does the other side feel that they can also protest so do you have equal protests anti protest groups going on in protests. Like this one where there was a lot of open Kerry. There was a lot of angry yelling people. There was no chance for an anti protest to develop because those people would have been in actual danger right and the whole point of this protest was too loudly and very aggressively. Threatened the government. Yeah and got away. Scot-free technically everyone in that protest committed a misdemeanor by being there yet but committee and getting charged with and actually be punished for are very different and also. There's no way that the state of Idaho could arrest more than a thousand people. Oh please tell me that. There's no way to tell if even five percent of them have guns. Yeah Yeah. It's really frustrated. Heather Scott from northern Idaho was of course all behind it. It's just it blows my mind that she's running that nobody's running against her so she's guaranteed in for the next. You know what the. Hell

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"heather scott" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

09:21 min | 1 year ago

"heather scott" Discussed on KQED Radio

"You might have heard the report on morning edition today about resistance in Idaho to restrictions to stave off code nineteen here's Republican state legislator heather Scott quite frankly I don't know why Idaho is falling in line with some of the most liberal governors across this nation but among Idahoans taking the outbreak seriously Jessica Schneider a nurse in Boise two weeks ago she heard New York governor Andrew Cuomo issue this call as governor of New York I am asking healthcare professionals across the country if you don't have a health care crisis in your community please come help us in New York now so Jessica loaded up her car and drove east leaving behind a largely white rural state moving into a Marriott in New York that's free for health care workers and working at the public New York City health and hospitals Harlem site in the heart of one of Europe's biggest black neighborhoods she joins us on the break in Jessica first what was it about Cuomo's call the got you into your car I think there's something about nurses we are here to help people or people who care we want to help we want to be there even one tired and hungry and need to people need to understand you know nurses on any given day we might P. one time we might not eat for twelve and a half hours we're on our feet you know it's really hard for our significant others and our children and families to understand well I think putting it so bluntly because it is true it is not healthy to not you know visit the ladies room I mean this is this is you know this is the real deal and so here you are in New York City and in an inner city health care facility and we already know that African Americans are disproportionately being hit by cove in nineteen tell us what you're seeing I'm seeing a hospital that's already not well stocked so we don't have enough pulse ox machines those are machines that just keep track of your heart rate and your oxygen status I'm seeing not enough dina maps on our floor just not enough equipment and it's now ten fold with cove in nineteen and it is incredibly difficult to to do a good job here in New York I here in the city that their patient ratios are higher than what they are typically around the rest of the United States most hospitals that's typically one to four one to five their regular apparently around here is seven and then you put cove in nineteen N. and being short staffed some floors are having twelve patients to one nurse you can't do it these are total care patients they can get up and go to the bathroom by themselves I mean it's it's a mess it's a mess I'm sure you know you always have had respect for fellow nurses but it's probably been heightened now seeing what these nurses that you're joining are going through we see pictures of people on gurneys in the halls I mean what do you see yes the hospital is run out of bed so a lot of patients are on and structures and it's heartbreaking because they're on the stretchers for days at a time there's no bags to put him on I'm that's a lot is do you need a moment now it just on you know you you watch the news and they tell you it's just a whole lot different when you have to experience it and then there's not enough people there's not enough people to help and then you hear that there's all these people who are waiting I waited right I was called to work and then I waited to actually get called to duty and did you get here and it's like wait a minute we we need more people we need more help we need help do you think Jessica Schneider that people are dying because there's not enough people to help them I don't know especially if that makes a difference at the end of the day do I think that the level of care is changed because of it greatly we as nurses are trained for nursing excellence and I am not delivering nursing excellence I am getting by who who are you seeing on the stretchers is it older people is it I mean you have time to even obviously you're saying you can't do the nursing that you want but can you at least make someone comfortable at you know as best as I can and I will say this that ninety nine percent of these patients here are incredibly thankful and lovely they're just lovely human beings who are so appreciative so next year it makes it worth it at the end of the day what would you say to people back in Boise Idaho you know your governor there issued a stay at home order you know I do who doesn't have a huge amount of cases but more per capita than California because so few people out playing county elections where Sun Valley is right super famous people that they're very very different than Harlem stay home everybody stay home wash your hands social distance this is not anything I thought I'd ever seen in my lifetime and I sure as heck don't ever want to see it again well and you have people in your state I don't want to wait in the politics of this but you know very well you've got lawmakers Republican state Rep heather Scott R. Blanchard who referred to the governor's mandate as unconstitutional unamerican not the item away you're laughing you know you've got the Bonner county sheriff Darryl Wheeler who said release the US to go on with their normal business you know that there's push back people holding church services you know I listen to a podcast and I thought it was really interesting because they were talking about that additives that we use for this and that staying at at war and all of this maybe isn't the right additives to be using and I'm better one is education you're not educated while about the situation when you look at it that way that doesn't mean that you're not intelligent I'm just saying and that for some people if you don't experience that that's not in your backyard thing you can have a really high opinion at a time like this you have to be told what to do because if it happens in your backyard you're gonna be utterly devastated because it's not just going to happen to you it's going to happen to many many people that you know and care about and one minute they will be fine and the next minute they will be dying and nobody wants to go through that and just Schneider is in New York not back in Boise and it sounds like as the governor said people in Boise do you want new Yorkers to come and help you which you know may have to happen I guess Jessica Snyder you've been terrific and bring us into this hospital in Harlem can you just take through some of the some of the things you're saying maybe faces that have stayed with you never using it you're gonna take back with you to Boise yeah we've got nurses from all over the country honors practitioners respiratory therapists I met a respiratory therapist from Kentucky today I worked with the nurse practitioner from Oklahoma the last couple of days nurses from mobile Alabama from Florida for homes Barton Berg South Carolina it's awesome to see our country come together who are not part of the armed forces right we are nurses we are health care workers we are so proud to come in to help and I love how thankful to all of the staff here at Harlem R. and they've been amazing at doing their best to try and help us figure out we're stuck far know what codes we need to know to open up the doors it's all hands on deck all hands on deck yeah can I just say it's been really hard here at Harlem we are this is the old very old hospital four and five people stopped in rooms I've never seen a hospital like this before I've only ever worked in hospitals that have you know private rooms and all that sort of stuff and I there's something about people who don't have a whole lot they are willing to give everything that they've got I had a granddaughter today who dropped off coffee and hot chocolate and two dozen donuts for the floor from Dunkin donuts and you know she can't come up to the floor to see her family but it's huge because you know at the end of the day I don't know how much money that they have but they're always so willing to give and it's amazing.

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KQED Radio

02:20 min | 1 year ago

"heather scott" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Been coming in American flags on pickups bumper stickers saying things like taxation is theft moreover there promoting the conspiracy theory website infowars people are hugging seem to know each other I don't see anyone wearing masks even in Idaho one of the nation's most conservative states all of this might have been dismissed as bluster were it not for the fact that several elected officials here in the rural northwestern making similar calls is Bundy quite frankly I don't know why Idaho is falling in line with some of the most liberal governors across this nation one of the most vocal is Republican legislator heather Scott in the northern Idaho panhandle region long associated with far right extremism both imported and home grown on our you tube channel Scott blames which she says is the lying trump hating media for spreading unfounded fear about the coronavirus the local sheriff there in Bonner county urged Idaho's Republican governor Brad little to convene the legislature to rescind the order of the governor and his Attorney General who declined interview requests say their policy is constitutional organs sociologist Randy blaze acts studies far right extremists in the Pacific Northwest we're really focusing on how this might be an opportunity to advance their very extremist views well there have been hundreds of cases in Blaine county Idaho and on western Indian reservations please access there haven't been many reported infections in most rural areas the people in rural America don't quite see the real body count so it's very easy for them to that night the severity of this virus health officials say it's dangerous to cast doubt on stay at home orders one of the only real tools to stop the spread of covert nineteen until the vaccine is available Dr Morgan Morton is the chief of staff at Bonner General Hospital the county where the sheriff says businesses should reopen and people should be free to move about I think it's a minority of people and these people have gotten into office I'm not exactly sure how but there are a lot of normal level headed people here and I just hope that they're listening to us not to them Morton says her twenty five bed hospital has just four of analyzers and could easily get overwhelmed if the disease keep spreading.

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"heather scott" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

02:22 min | 1 year ago

"heather scott" Discussed on KCRW

"I've been here it looks like maybe a few dozen people have been coming in American flags on pickups bumper stickers saying things like taxation is theft whatever they're promoting the conspiracy theory website infowars people are hugging seem to know each other I don't see anyone wearing masks even in Idaho one of the nation's most conservative states all of this might have been dismissed as bluster we're not for the fact that several elected officials here in the rural northwestern making similar calls as Bundy quite frankly I don't know why Idaho is falling in line with some of the most liberal governors across this nation one of the most vocal is Republican legislator heather Scott in the northern Idaho panhandle region long associated with far right extremism both imported and home grown on our YouTube channel Scott blames which she says is the lying trump hating media for spreading unfounded fear about the coronavirus the local sheriff there in Bonner county urged Idaho's Republican governor Brad little to convene the legislature to rescind the order of the governor and his Attorney General who declined interview requests say their policy is constitutional organs sociologist Randy blaze acts studies far right extremists in the Pacific Northwest they're really focusing on how this might be an opportunity to advance their very extremist views well there have been hundreds of cases in Blaine county Idaho and on western Indian reservations please access there haven't been many reported infections in most rural areas the people in rural America don't quite see the real body count and so it's very easy for them to that night the severity of this virus health officials say it's dangerous to cast doubt on stay at home orders one of the only real tools to stop the spread of covert nineteen until the vaccine is available Dr Morgan Morton is the chief of staff at Bonner General Hospital the county where the sheriff says businesses should reopen and people should be free to move about I think it's a minority of people and these people have gotten into office I'm not exactly sure how but there are a lot of normal level headed people here and I just hope that they're listening to us not to them Morton says her twenty five bed hospital has just four of analyzers and could easily get overwhelmed if the disease keep spreading.

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"heather scott" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

07:38 min | 1 year ago

"heather scott" Discussed on KCRW

"Macarthur foundation at mac found dot org it's morning edition from NPR news I'm Rachel Martin and I'm Steve Inskeep good morning Spain conducts a kind of experiment today the government starts allowing some nonessential businesses to get back to work thousands of workers in sectors like construction and manufacturing are returning with some safety rules which do not reassure public health experts who think this is coming too soon joining us from Spain is let's see a bit of EDS good morning good morning why is the government moving now so the government is saying that the situation in Spain right now is contained enough to where more people heading to work won't result in a spike of infections here's my idea closest CLI who's the spokesperson for the country's health emergency coordination center no tenemos lessons have him they K. is that many resting on him and that and I'm on it out in court that doesn't seem to notice them she said she doesn't believe the spread of infections will increase as a result of these rolled back measures but in order to ensure some safety police officers this morning began handing out ten million face masks to people heading back to work on board metro and buses and that includes thousands of people the Spanish government had to approve this measure they did so on Friday but it was met with some opposition there are some lawmakers that are criticizing the prime minister and hit it his administration for putting economic interests above the health of its citizens and what you just mentioned explains why this is so relevant here we have the United States are facing the same question how long to stay at home when can we reopen the economy is there some roll out phased way to do it but water health experts saying about what Spain is trying right a lot of health experts are saying that this is happening too soon in Spain the Spanish government has been seeking advice over coronavirus measures from a team of health experts and one member told Spanish media that they were not consulted when the Spanish government made this decision he expressed concern and said that the sensible thing would have actually been for the shut down to be extended it critics in Spain are also pointing out that Spain is a week behind Italy in terms of infections and deaths and Italy has not lifted its restrictions yet in fact they've extended the economic shut down too are the shutdown of nonessential businesses to may third when you say a week behind Italy we know how bad Italy has been that sounds pretty bad what is the situation inspect it's pretty bad in Spain as well it actually Spain has the second highest number of cases after the US so has more cases than Italy at this point and it has the third number of deaths after the US and Italy but the rate of new coronavirus infections in Spain is beginning to slow down on Sunday there were around forty one hundred new cases which was down six hundred sixty three from Saturday and then not number of daily fatalities is also decreasing today it was a little bit under six hundred deaths in the last twenty four hours and intensive care units are also beginning to see a bit of a reprieve but you know health care workers are still getting sick and they worry about getting their family sick as well because many of them live with parents who are higher at the high risk population so we're beginning to see a little bit of the emotional psychological toll on health care workers some of whom are showing symptoms of depression and even posttraumatic stress disorder and of course that's a factor here not just how many people get sick but can the health care system handle them and continue to function let's see thanks so much thank you let's see a bit of S. is reporting from quarantine in the suburbs of Barcelona far right militias and members of something called the patriot movement are calling on their followers to openly defy government enforced covert nineteen restrictions and Pierce Kirk Sigler reports from Idaho Ammon Bundy who led an armed occupation of a federal wildlife refuge in Oregon in twenty sixteen and was later acquitted hasn't drawn much attention from the news cameras or social media and telco bid nineteen in defiance of Idaho's state home order he's been holding regular in person meetings and Emmett a farming town in a river valley near the Oregon border the Bundy wears his cowboy hat and jeans dresses a couple dozen people while glancing at his notes on his macbook actually if it gets bad enough and are on our rights are infringed upon enough that we physically stand in defense in in whatever way we need in Facebook live streams he often strikes a similar tone as his father Cliven Bundy did in the days leading up to an armed standoff near the family's Nevada ranch Ammon Bundy had pledged to hold non denominational Easter services yesterday for a thousand people here a much smaller crowd turned up at a warehouse he owns in a dusty lot by the M. at railroad tracks here's one activist played the show far an adopted symbol of the patriot movement I watched from across the road since I've been here it looks like maybe a few dozen people have been coming in American flags on pickups bumper stickers saying things like taxation is theft whatever they're promoting the conspiracy theory website infowars people are hugging the seem to know each other I don't see anyone wearing masks even in Idaho one of the nation's most conservative states all of this might have been dismissed as bluster were it not for the fact that several elected officials here in the rural northwestern making similar calls is Bundy quite frankly I don't know why Idaho is falling in line with some of the most liberal governors across this nation one of the most vocal is Republican legislator heather Scott in the northern Idaho panhandle region long associated with far right extremism both imported and home grown on our YouTube channel Scott blames which she says is the lying trump hating media for spreading unfounded fear about the coronavirus the local sheriff there in Bonner county urged Idaho's Republican governor Brad little to convene the legislature to rescind the order of the governor and his Attorney General who declined interview requests say their policy is constitutional organs sociologist Randy blaze acts studies far right extremists in the Pacific Northwest they're really focusing on how this might be an opportunity to advance their very extremist views well there have been hundreds of cases in Blaine county Idaho and on western Indian reservations please access there haven't been many reported infections in most rural areas the people in rural America don't quite see the real body count so it's very easy for them to that night the severity of this virus health officials say it's dangerous to cast doubt on stay at home orders one of the only real tools to stop the spread of covert nineteen until the vaccine is available Dr Morgan Morton is the chief of staff at Bonner General Hospital the county where the sheriff says businesses should reopen and people should be free to move about I think it's a minority of people and these people have gotten into office I'm not exactly sure how but there are a lot of normal level headed people here and I just hope that they're listening to us not to them Morton says her twenty five bed hospital has just four of analyzers and could.

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"heather scott" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:22 min | 1 year ago

"heather scott" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"I've been here it looks like maybe a few dozen people have been coming in American flags on pickups bumper stickers saying things like taxation is theft whatever they're promoting the conspiracy theory website infowars people are hugging seem to know each other I don't see anyone wearing masks even in Idaho one of the nation's most conservative states all of this might have been dismissed as bluster we're not for the fact that several elected officials here in the rural northwestern making similar calls as Bundy quite frankly I don't know why Idaho is falling in line with some of the most liberal governors across this nation one of the most vocal is Republican legislator heather Scott in the northern Idaho panhandle region long associated with far right extremism both imported and home grown on our you tube channel Scott blames which she says is the lying trump hating media for spreading unfounded fear about the corona virus the local sheriff there in Bonner county urged Idaho's Republican governor Brad little to convene the legislature to rescind the order of the governor and his Attorney General who declined interview requests say their policy is constitutional organs sociologist Randy blaze acts studies far right extremists in the Pacific Northwest they're really focusing on how this might be an opportunity to advance their very extremist views well there have been hundreds of cases in Blaine county Idaho and on western Indian reservations please access there haven't been many reported infections in most rural areas the people in rural America don't quite see the real body count and so it's very easy for them to that night the severity of this virus health officials say it's dangerous to cast doubt on stay at home orders one of the only real tools to stop the spread of covert nineteen until the vaccine is available Dr Morgan Morton is the chief of staff at Bonner General Hospital the county where the sheriff says businesses should reopen and people should be free to move about I think it's a minority of people and these people have gotten into office I'm not exactly sure how but there are a lot of normal level headed people here and I just hope that they're listening to us not to them Morton says her twenty five bed hospital has just four of analyzers and could easily get overwhelmed if the disease keep spreading.

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"heather scott" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:20 min | 1 year ago

"heather scott" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"In American flags on pickups bumper stickers saying things like taxation is theft whatever they're promoting the conspiracy theory website infowars people are hugging seem to know each other I don't see anyone wearing masks even in Idaho one of the nation's most conservative states all of this might have been dismissed as bluster were it not for the fact that several elected officials here in the rural northwestern making similar calls as Bundy quite frankly I don't know why Idaho is falling in line with some of the most liberal governors across this nation one of the most vocal is Republican legislator heather Scott in the northern Idaho panhandle region long associated with far right extremism both imported and home grown on our you tube channel Scott blames which she says is the lying trump hating media for spreading unfounded fear about the coronavirus the local sheriff there in Bonner county urged Idaho's Republican governor Brad little to convene the legislature to rescind the order of the governor and his Attorney General who declined interview requests say their policy is constitutional organs sociologist Randy blaze acts studies far right extremists in the Pacific Northwest they're really focusing on how this might be an opportunity to advance their very extremist views well there have been hundreds of cases in Blaine county Idaho and on western Indian reservations please access there haven't been many reported infections in most rural areas the people in rural America don't quite see the real body count so it's very easy for them to that night the severity of this virus health officials say it's dangerous to cast doubt on stay at home orders one of the only real tools to stop the spread of covert nineteen until the vaccine is available Dr Morgan Morton is the chief of staff at Bonner General Hospital the county where the sheriff says businesses should reopen and people should be free to move about I think it's a minority of people and these people have gotten into office I'm not exactly sure how but there are a lot of normal level headed people here and I just hope that they're listening to us not to them Morton says her twenty five bed hospital has just four of analyzers and could easily get overwhelmed if the disease keep spreading.

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"heather scott" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

01:37 min | 1 year ago

"heather scott" Discussed on KOMO

"Federal land in Oregon pushing back against coronavirus restrictions he calls them an infringement on his rights more now from almost corny the New York times reports Bundy is defying a stay home order issued by Idaho governor Brad little saying he hopes to gather a thousand people for an Easter service far right podcaster David knight quotes from The New York Times please Mister Bundy said that a group in the Boise area was looking for a venue to host an Easter services coming we can can you imagine the heart for the people of the New York times you mean somebody's going to host an Easter service out there that one day and night are not the only agitators in what the times calls Idaho's liberty rebellion state representative heather Scott from the core lane area says people should push back on the stay at home order saying they have quote a god given constitutionally protected rights to peacefully assemble and the sheriff of Bonner county Idaho says public health officials have misled the public on the pandemic danger and emergency room doctor in Bonner county tells the times the rebellion is quote scary for the people in this community and scary for us as hospital workers Corwin hake komo news a new homeless shelter opening in Seattle with the all of social distancing como's Matt Markovich as an update now on a new shelter at Seattle center's Fisher pavilion these are not really new beds for the homeless the city and the county are creating these spaces to de intensify for just over seven hundred people they're staying at existing shelters we also found a coli testing station for the home is set up on a sidewalk in pioneer square in front of the chief Seattle club which caters to the homeless the.

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"heather scott" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

12:26 min | 2 years ago

"heather scott" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Again not our role we have fun we have a full fleet with monetary policy not a rule to give advice to fiscal policy makers but you saw the mention of the G. seven statement as appropriate as well did you thank you that sorry within my sorry heather Scott with if he the G. seven statements seem to indicate that that policy makers were would use tools but we're not doing going to do anything imminent does this contradict debtors isn't in keeping with of the the action the statement by the G. seven this morning and can I ask what would cause you to refer to make take another step what would you be looking for as terms of the economic outlook or data so that the sense of the G. seventy you know is to we have we have seven countries obviously and different different policies different situations different mandates a lot of overlap and the sense of that is to get together as a group and say at a high level that we do the things we're gonna do we're gonna use our tools all of our tools and a strong way to try to support the economy so that's just thinking of general support I think within that you will see action you've seen our action and I think it's up to individual countries individual fiscal policies in individual central banks to do if they're going to do I would I would think it will be it's possible there will be some more more formal consider coordination as we move forward in terms of in terms of moving forward I would say that would you like to have a current policy stance we think we think it's appropriate to to support team are doing a Nichols but as I said in my in my statement we're prepared to use our tools and tools and act appropriately depending on the flow of events but I think particularly watching that would change that I can't point to any one thing it's always a range of things other long from The Washington Post there's been some rising concern about credit markets and possible insolvencies and defaults either from businesses or individuals from the corona virus can you speak to is the FOMC talking about this are we likely to see any emergency provisions from the C. R. A. activated or things that you normally do during a hurricane or that type of disruption to the economy so we don't we don't see anything happening yet of course we are we're thinking about what we can do should those things happen there's no evidence yet that beget comic continues to perform well performing well as I mentioned we do hear concerns about particularly from those most directly exposed but there's nothing in that nature financial markets are functioning in orderly manner and all that sort of thing I think when it when it comes to those sorts of issues that we will be the supervisor will be working with banks to assure that they work with their with their of borrowers and that sort of thing so I can imagine us doing those sorts of things but it's those things are not upon us at the moment thank you Brendan Greeley Financial Times has the committee discussed any other monetary policy tools in addition to rate cuts in the pacing and timing of when they might be appropriate well you know we're in the middle of a review of all of our tools and so you go back a few meetings we talked about what our tool kit is and we put that in the minutes but in the current context now we what we discussed is the current stance of policy is appropriate came to the view that it was appropriate to make a change and went and did that today rich Miller a former thank you very much for having a press conference can you tell us a little through the reasoning behind the rate cut a little bit more in depth you know was there a discuss some calling to say this is why side shock you know the rate rate cuts are not particularly suitable for this others say while the supply kind of caught me off into dementia I wonder if you could just give us a little bit more depth under the reasoning behind the rate cut thank you for going too so the virus outbreak is something that will require a multi faceted response and that response will come in the first instance from healthcare professionals and health policy experts it will also come from fiscal authority should determine that a response is appropriate anyone can become from many other public and private sector actors businesses schools C. mobile governments but there's also a role for monetary policy monetary policy can be an effective tool to support overall economic activity we do recognize that rate cut will not reduce the rate of infection it won't fix a broken supply chain we get that we don't think we have all the answers but we do believe that our action will provide a meaningful boost to the economy more specifically it will support accommodative financial conditions and avoid a tightening of financial conditions which can weigh on activity and it will help boost household and business confidence that's why you're seeing central banks around the world responding as they see appropriate in their particular institutional context okay three thanks in one way from CNBC can you tell us what you would do if the virus and that being contained fairly quickly would you envision the fed actually raising rates in short order if the economic damage doesn't occur the way that you potentially fear and I have a second question which is on president trump was just reading about you this morning and talking about the feds need to cut rates did you feel any political pressure to make this move going on your first question we're always trying to set monetary policy in a given time in a way that we think best serves our our rights do medicals and it's as simple as that so you know we'll do it when we if we get to a place where we think it's an appropriate time to change the stance of monetary policy won't hesitate to do that I I would also say that it's it's very important that people understand that we will always make our decisions based on the best thinking we have based on our what we learned from our outreach to businesses nonprofits educational institutions that we get every cycle through the reserve banks and and the best analysis the best resource for always gonna make our decisions in the interest of the American people to carry forward and and try to achieve that the mandate to converse with Guinness and we're never going to consider any political considerations whatsoever we we will we will not do that and it's very important the public understand for me Chris Chris rugaber Associated Press I know you mentioned a little bit of out reach some of the fed bank presidents were talking about last week how much they were going to listen to their contacts have you gotten report sort of from the ground from your business contacts nonprofits and so forth van have affected your decision making what what are you hearing from all those folks thank you so we're running we are hearing it I would just say it's it's there the effects are at a very early stage when you are hearing concerns from people for example in the travel business or the hotel business and things like that that that's what you're hearing it but you do you don't see things showing up in actual data you do see them showing up and sort of sentiment forecast indicators and things like that we expect that will continue it will probably grow and that's one of the reasons why we have come to the view that it would be appropriate for us today to move to support the economy and that's what we've done thanks very much we've been listening to fed chair Jerome Powell speaking in Washington DC following an emergency fifty basis point rate cut by the federal reserve the first one since the financial crisis back twelve years ago right now just in the markets we're seeing a big reversal in equities now lower the Dow down more than one percent the S. and P. down one percent nasdaq down eight tenths of a percent in the fed funds futures markets traders are pricing in a full two more rate cuts by year and almost three as people expect the easing cycle to continue gold higher dollar weaker right now I am so lucky to say I'm joined by Jonathan ferro and Tom Kean of liver surveillance and John of the real yield in the Bloomberg opened and it's really just an amazing it it sort of again needle to thread at the J. Powell was trying to say the U. S. economy is strong but we still felt it necessary to do this yet to be fed to the federal reserve they laid out that benchmark the threshold to act they said we need to see a material reassessment of the outlook I think we had one that was one of those things that Chatham house said I think what people have a problem with this is the rest within a month ago when the fed had a scheduled meeting and the reason we had a fifty basis point cop is largely because of what they've seen in financial markets and pretty much nothing counts and it will reinforce the narrative that the fed is being held hostage by financial conditions there's a risk associated with that and I just wonder how people think about that in the coming days because the next question Alaska's okay if the fed is held hostage by financial conditions what happens if they can't keep them loose no I think we should talk about the market action if the last two days now the last four hours or so because yesterday we had a massive move in anticipation of a massive move from the fed and we've got one and this is a more subtle correction I'm thinking about the next couple of weeks the next couple of months can I keep the primary market open can the corporates come back tuition can they keep financial conditions loose in a way that it doesn't do damage the economy I think you nailed it earlier on this week that doing nothing kids doing something and if they did not think they could do more hurt to this economy the risk though as I say is that if you get a couple of days of abscess price action that I can the people of being thrown around the fed doesn't have a role to play here just carries a little bit more white than a little bit more white and the narrative can get messy remains here as the days go on certainly looks like it's messy desk always been set along here who is with Morgan Stanley wealth management was your impression I would say it's become apparent to Jonathan's point that the fed doesn't want financial conditions to be the third risk that derails the cycle so when you think about the scenario today it's a consumer potential risk it's a corporate respectively as a pertains to travel leisure those sectors and so I think they just bought time with trying to put a put under the the financial conditions risk being the third dress and frankly I would just add to that the fed is not the only game in town the G. seven met today so we talk about the fed in with the natives they've taking keep in mind this issue started in China China has signaled that they're willing to step in with potential fiscal stimulus to support the account the global economy as well and I think that's what we need to see more of Tom Milton have read mac coming out of the following quote the only way that that could have come was if pau started coughing at the front of the podium if any surprises to the upside today tomorrow it's gonna look bad they've Keynesian test kits at the uncle's building so they could protect them from there what is so important for folks to lay out for you what we're doing or special coverage Lisa drag the two of us and I was literally walking out the door and Abramowitz center entourage after me to drag me back into the building I wanted to really special coverage here's all of our teams led by Ferrell's to which he got thirty people with them I think forty five forty five forty nine yeah he's the two interns around forty three up to forty five what we're gonna be here through the hour and then we will come to you through the miracle of radio and John furrows the cable here with a special broadcast is well John before we go to our steam gassed and he has been so dead dead dead on on on is it ten year yield with a one point zero five three nine is there the intraday of a one point zero two eight three we've got a yeah I mean you're that will test those lows and that we should just offer a person our thanks to our previous esteemed guests dance Kelly had a market researcher strategy at Morgan Stanley wealth management but John definitely quite with the action certainly in equities bonds not so much price higher yields lower one oh three on the U..

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"heather scott" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

01:45 min | 2 years ago

"heather scott" Discussed on KTRH

"Second wife of a local high school football coach accused of murdering his first wife took the witness stand today at the trial of David temple heather Scott temple recently filed for divorce her testimony so far focused on their affair twenty years ago since prosecutors argue temple was cheating on his wife with heather leading up to Belinda's death they went back to the fall of nineteen ninety eight once gotten temple first began to see each other prosecutors Penn has got temple on the status of that relationship harping on a happy hour meeting as told through her email correspondences with the temple quote did you notice that he kind of came and went as he wanted to ask the prosecution I mean I guess got temple said I can't really speak to that relationship referring to temples then marriage with Melinda Katz channel two's Brandon Walker reporting temple was previously convicted of his first wife's murder but that was overturned due to prosecutorial misconduct the judge Lena Hidalgo in Houston mayor so Mister Turner joining forces and urging residents to fill out the twenty twenty census whether you're in the U. S. legally you're not a homeowner or renter Hidalgo says accurate census information is critically important for our region on that survey depend millions of dollars of funding for basic government services our boundaries for political subdivisions the accuracy of the subdivisions of the accuracy of the information that we have to be able to govern local census efforts also will focus on people impacted by Harvey non English speaking households and the homeless governor Greg Abbott is officially signed the so called safe chick fillet bill into law the bill came in response to the San Antonio city council's decision earlier this year to ban the fast food chain from its airport over donations made to groups like the salvation army and other Christian groups no.

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"heather scott" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

01:45 min | 2 years ago

"heather scott" Discussed on KTRH

"Second wife of a local high school football coach accused of murdering his first wife took the witness stand today at the trial of David temple heather Scott temple recently filed for divorce her testimony so far focused on their affair twenty years ago since prosecutors argue temple was cheating on his wife with heather leading up to Belinda's death they went back to the fall of nineteen ninety eight once gotten temple first began to see each other prosecutors Penn has got temple on the status of that relationship harping on a happy hour meeting as told through her email correspondences with the temple quote did you notice that he kind of came and went as he wanted to ask the prosecution I mean I guess got temple said I can't really speak to that relationship referring to temples then marriage with Melinda Katz channel two's Brandon Walker reporting temple was previously convicted of his first wife's murder but that was overturned due to prosecutorial misconduct the judge Lena Hidalgo in Houston mayor so Mister Turner joining forces and urging residents to fill out the twenty twenty census whether you're in the U. S. legally you're not a homeowner or renter Hidalgo says accurate census information is critically important for our region on that survey depend millions of dollars of funding for basic government services our boundaries for political subdivisions the accuracy of the subdivisions of the accuracy of the information that we have to be able to govern local center's efforts also will focus on people impacted by Harvey non English speaking households and the homeless governor Greg Abbott is officially signed the so called save chick fillet bill into law the bill came in response to San Antonio city council's decision earlier this year to ban the fast food chain from its airport over donations made to groups like the salvation army and other Christian groups no.

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"heather scott" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

02:06 min | 2 years ago

"heather scott" Discussed on KTRH

"A local high school football coach accused of murdering his first wife took the witness stand today heather Scott temple recently filed for divorce from David temple but her testimony so far is focused on their affair twenty years ago since prosecutors argue temple was cheating on his wife with heather leading up to Belinda's death they went back to the fall of nineteen ninety eight when Scott and temple first began to see each other prosecutors Penn have this got temple on the status of that relationship harping on a happy hour meeting as told through her email correspondences with the temple quote did you notice that he kind of came and went as he wanted to ask the prosecution I mean I guess got temple said I can't really speak to that relationship referring to temples then marriage with Belinda yeah it's Brandon Walker for TV partner channel to reporting temple was previously convicted of his first wife's murder but that was overturned due to prostitution misconduct special prosecutors in the case against Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton are hoping a judge will set their pay they submitted a request for the Harris County criminal court judge this week saying it's an administrative decision with his court the case has been in legal limbo for several years after Collin county commissioners filed suit over the special prosecutor paint Texas court of criminal appeals sided with the county last month saying the fees were illegal Paxton was indicted on securities fraud charges back in twenty fifteen the crank image newsradio seven forty K. tear each a new strain of C. B. D. oil will be available from one of three medical marijuana dispensaries in Texas as a state expands the legal use of the drug Austin's compassionate cultivation is created a strain it calls Brazzers cross of two strains of plenty of the non psychoactive compound C. B. D. as of September first state law will permit doctors to prescribe CVD well for terminal cancer autism in S. A. L. S. and all forms of epilepsy terms of the Mexico border taking on a new role now conducting welfare checks on detained illegal aliens Malay border patrol stations in Texas and Louisiana they've been asked to help overwhelmed border patrol agents by also reporting suspicious or violent behavior Katie are H. news time five oh three time to check your money here's Katie are H. money man patches and brought to you by.

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"heather scott" Discussed on Pantsuit Politics

Pantsuit Politics

04:53 min | 3 years ago

"heather scott" Discussed on Pantsuit Politics

"And she had to go through all these hoops as a woman who wanted this child, and it was not compatible with life, and she had to be lectured to about adoption. And when she went and testified at Ohio about their heartbeat Bill. She said I got the impression that I was a sacrifice. They were willing to make that the legislators felt sorry that women like me would be swept up by this Bill. But that I was a sacrifice they were willing to make. And I will never forget that that is unacceptable that we would sweep up win who are suffering through some of the hardest circumstances of their lives often with wanted pregnancies and would treat them as if they are immoral people not to be trusted with their own decision making it is infuriating. It's just infuriating. And it's hurtful it's hurtful, and it is a mainstream part of the conversation in Idaho. Our listener Haley sent us news. Story about a Bill that's been proposed that puts abortion into the homicide realm. It's as the draft repeals parts of the state code that prevent women in doctors he receive or provide abortions from being charged with homicide puts the matter within existing statute for the prosecution of murder where it clearly belongs. According to one of the bill's proponents, and the bill's proponents again are a woman Heather, Scott and a man John green. Both republicans. I keep mentioning the proponents with these bills because I think it's important to know that women are not United on this issue. The bills in Utah. Both have women sponsors this Idaho. Bill has a woman sponsor, and this is a hard issue. But it really concerns me when we start talking about this in terms of criminality because I would hope that even people who really are uncomfortable with the idea of any abortion taking. Place could also think of this differently as a crime committed against a human being who lives independently of its mother. We are going to take a took a hard transition here or way from the difficult conversation surrounding abortion abortion laws, they'll call of the country, and we're going to leave the United States and talk about some of the developments in foreign policy around the world before we started recording. Are you had some thoughts about China that I thought were really interesting as the president has been tweeting away this morning about his desire to negotiate a new trade agreement with Xi Jinping. Okay. I need everybody to take deep breath. I'm going to say something that is. In a roundabout way. Good about Donald Trump. I think just let's take a deep breath, and we're gonna work through this together. I was listening to the coverage of the negotiations. Much of the coverage is very frustrating. Like, the fact that the Chinese thought they had to deal with Wilbur Ross, and they thought they had to deal with Steve Mnuchin, and then Donald Trump comes and embarrasses them and wipes. It all away. It's frustrating. I'm impressed that they're even showing up again. It's embarrassing as United States citizen to hear the description of the current negotiations with regards to this trade war with China and at the same time. When these trade wars began, I personally operated with the understanding that China was in a way untouchable that their economy was so strong that we were more dependent on them than they were on us that their growth was sort of Ghazal that it would continue no matter what. And it has been instructive, and I think mildly positive. To see that. That's not the case to see that. This trade bore has affected their growth at it has slowed. And that the pressure on them to do things that we all wanted even democratic administrations wanted which is better guidelines more consistently following those guidelines with regards to trade secrets and intellectual property that that's on the table now because of the disruption caused by this trade war, and I just I think in the past we've gotten into trouble when we decided we understood China, and we understood exactly what was going to happen with China. Like, we thought if China's not a democracy, they won't be able to participate in the global economy. Well that was false. And so while I in no way, shape or form in doors. The method of the current administration disrupting everyone's ideas on China. China's economy, particularly as it relates to trade with the US. I do think there are positive lessons to be had..

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