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New Mexico Sues Google Over Children’s Privacy Violations

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00:50 sec | 9 months ago

New Mexico Sues Google Over Children’s Privacy Violations

"Google is being sued by the state of New Mexico A. Pisa Jackie Quinn reports it's accused of collecting personal data generated by school children the lawsuit claims Google is using its education services package as a way to spying on the internet usage of children and their families Attorney General Hector Balderas says tracking student data without parental consent is not only illegal under the children's online privacy protection act it's also dangerous he says Google is gathering physical locations websites visited videos watched contact lists and saved passwords Google says the claim is wrong and that its G. suite for education package allows schools to control account access and requires parental consent a similar lawsuit was settled with the state of

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New Mexico AG sues Google for collecting school kids' personal data

Richard Eeds

01:47 min | 9 months ago

New Mexico AG sues Google for collecting school kids' personal data

"Headline New Mexico Lovington post New Mexico sues Google for collecting children's data in school new Mexico's Attorney General sued Google over allegations the tech company is illegally collecting personal data collected hers to be generated by children in violation of federal and state law there is a service package sold to school districts marketed as school districts my Google the allows teachers and parents as the Wade is firing on kids and their families so if you like you you don't keep track of your third grader or senior in high school using an app there are ways to do that obviously no mystery there but our Attorney General Hector Balderas said that while the company is touting Google education is a valuable tool they're also collecting monitoring children while the kids browse the internet in the classroom and at home on private networks and then the mind the information includes everything from physical locations of children to what websites they visit what videos they watch their passwords and they're

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 F.B.I. Arrests Leader of Right-Wing Militia That Detained Migrants in New Mexico

Snap Judgment

00:54 sec | 1 year ago

F.B.I. Arrests Leader of Right-Wing Militia That Detained Migrants in New Mexico

"FBI agents have arrested in New Mexico man accused of belonging to an armed civilian group that detain migrants along the US Mexico border NPR's Amy held reports sixty nine year old Larry Mitchell Hopkins was arrested on a federal complaint. Charging him with being a felon in possession of firearms and ammunition. New Mexico's attorney general Hector Balderas said in a statement Hopkins belongs to an armed group reportedly detaining migrants and his arrest shows, quote, the rule of law should be in the hands of trained law enforcement officials not armed vigilantes earlier in the week. Video circulating on social media showed armed civilians in New Mexico detaining migrants, including young children and ordering them onto the ground. Customs and border protection tweeted, it does not support private groups taking enforcement into their own hands and legal consequences could apply. Hopkins is set to appear in federal

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"hector balderas" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

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01:40 min | 1 year ago

"hector balderas" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

"WDBO morning. I'm Katrina scales. And armory Kapito legal battle is brewing. Sixteen states now team up to sue the Trump administration over claims of a national emergency on the southern border. California's one of those states the attorney general there says if the case gets to the supreme court expects justices to side with the constitution, not the president. Here's reporter Mark Remillard on Twitter. Michigan. Attorney general Dana Nessel calling the declaration of fake publicity stunt, New York's AG Latisha James calling it and abuse of power you Mexico's Hector Balderas saying, quote as attorney general of a border state. I am appalled that president. Trump would bypass the rule of law. Those attorneys general joining others and challenging President Trump's declaration calling for a court to declare it unconstitutional and permanently bar the president from building a wall without appropriations from congress for that purpose. Mark Remillard, ABC news. New york. We are following breaking news. Vermont Senator Bernie Sanders announces this morning. He is running for president again centers lost the party nomination. Back in two thousand sixteen to Hillary Clinton news this morning, Apopka police looking for a person they say shot someone in the parking lot of a Home Depot. Obt happened last night. They say the victim was taken to RMC in stable, but serious condition. The shooting doesn't appear to be random lavar with a history of problems was the scene of yet. Another shootout there have been several stories of in the news about the L Rican seato bar and grill and deputies say this time a man was shot in the head. But was able to drive about a quarter of a mile away to call for help. And nearby business owner says they've had enough of this. And there's yellow tape or just a bunch of cars business, Orange.

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"hector balderas" Discussed on Talk 1260 KTRC

Talk 1260 KTRC

03:10 min | 2 years ago

"hector balderas" Discussed on Talk 1260 KTRC

"Business. If something goes really wrong in this country. People were freaking oh, Joe angry. I hate everybody. I hate century. Don't hate CenturyLink. They don't care. Mine is well hate Trump or Putin. And they don't care in hate on them. All you want understand the convenience ATM's or down some businesses had to close because they can do business appointing. Staying open painting the light Bill pay PM when you can't make a dime. But you might wanna think about you know, how you how you deal with these kind of things in the future because this is not a one. I mean, this is this is this is how reliant we are in technology things. Go a little off kilter for few hours and frequent Armagan. Lot of people seriously overreacting. Were you in your house warm? Did you have some grub in the fridge? Lighten up get over it. Read a book actually popped into albertson's on my way, home last night. And the checkout lady super super friendly in a jovial mood. And she brought up the fact that our kids were absolutely apoplectic. They couldn't play their video games 'cause the internet was down. I said tell them to read a book. That's what I told him. Then I rudely said can they read? He can read anyway. Yeah. A lot of lot overreaction. I don't act like a like an eleven year old. Can plays his PlayStation. Do you have lectures? Do you have light is your heat on you have logged for the fireplace is your dog inside cat is home? The only home looking for food. You have the money in the Bank. Yes. Some grub in the fridge euro K, don't panic. So it's back on cell services. Back internet is back. Kids can play their PlayStation the world is back to normal as we head into twenty nine right? We're okay. We're gonna be alright. Except for the fact that we have a nutjob in the White House. All right. Some some quick news here before we take a break. Hector Balderas Turney journal Hector Balderas announced today state of New Mexico has reached a settlement with Bank. Wells Fargo Wells Fargo nationally, settling for five hundred and seventy five million dollars nationally. Hector balderas. Is making Wells Fargo pony up an extra seven million dollars here in New Mexico?.

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"hector balderas" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

02:03 min | 2 years ago

"hector balderas" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"A generator inside their home during hurricane Florence raising. The overall death toll from the big storm to thirteen sixty three year old Mark Carter king. Sixty one year old Deva Collins Riyan were killed by breathing in carbon monoxide Florence is a depression now spreading heavy rains, mostly over North Carolina. Forecasters say the flooding could be catastrophic all move north tomorrow and Tuesday threatening parts of Regina and West Virginia. With high water to basketball, great, Michael Jordan, the Charlotte Hornets and the entire NBA family is teaming up now to help with hurricane relief efforts. Michael Jordan is a native of North Carolina. Raise just a few miles from the coast and Wilmington, which took a direct hit from hurricane Florence. He's working with a number of community organizations such as the American Red Cross second harvest food Bank and foundation for the Carolinas. Log onto cares NBA dot com to donate and. For direct links to those organizations affiliated with the drive vowed your reporting, New Mexico, suing Google and other companies that market mobile gaming apps for kids saying that collect personal information from those children. The lawsuit comes as data sharing concerns. Persist among users and a social media giant Facebook just weeks ago pulled one of his own apps over possible privacy intrusions Google recently acknowledged that attracts users who disabled location history after an Associated Press investigation reveal the several Google apps and websites store user location. Even if users of turned off location history, New Mexico attorney general Hector Balderas says he's concerned about the risk of data breach and exploitation given that the ads contract with such precision where children live play and go to school Jeremy house reporting more on these stories at townhall dot com. On September seventeenth seventeen eighty seven congress on the US constitution, which defined our government and guaranteed our rights each September. We celebrate Constitution Day. And though the framers never imagined the cell phone. They did.

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"hector balderas" Discussed on Talk 1260 KTRC

Talk 1260 KTRC

04:23 min | 2 years ago

"hector balderas" Discussed on Talk 1260 KTRC

"BMW championship. For all you golfers today. Attorney general Hector Balderas not only. Told the Catholic church the three diocese here in New Mexico. They have until October the fifteenth to come up with a whole bunch of documents about sexual abuse in New Mexico. Torney journal Hector Balderas today, also indicted. Barney to heal. County Commissioner re-rebirth county. Re-rebirth county grand jury. They return and diamonds against Barney to heal and three felony counts of unlawful interest in a public contract and one felony count of campaign contribution, disclosure and prohibition. Public school funds should be used on the need on the needs of students said attorney general Hector Balderas I wanted can I will continue to bring charges against candidates and officials who fail to serve our community's by pursuing or failing to disclose disclosed improper financial interests. Barney to heal will be arraigned. But that date has not yet been set indicted today by attorney general Hector Baltar. Nice state Senator Martin Heinrich issuing a statement today. After the Trump administration announced they would not go along with the judges demands. On childhood detention. Trump administration has no intention of following the judges demands United States Senator Martin Heinrich issue. This statement this morning, quote, if this administration thinks treating children and families humanely. Is too much to ask. Did secretary Nielsen should do the honorable thing. And resign. They need to get real and stop looking for cruel shortcuts. The tear families apart Martin Heinrich, and I will continue to hold this administration accountable for adhering to our laws to American values and for executing a clear plan to write this horrific wrong. During the last break, I sent off my denial that he wrote the anonymous memo in the New York Times to the White House. I think that is pretty much required of everybody today. Did you write it? If not send the president. A written statement denying the fact that you wrote it because who knows could have been anybody. Could have been a democrat. White House getting more and more and more paranoid. A conservative columnists. Calm columnists. Is now saying the Kamala Harris nice as Senator from California. Is probably sitting on a bombshell. And he bases that on her very specific questions to supreme court nominee. Brad Kavanagh about his conversation with an attorney in the castaways Benson Torres law firm. Marquez with of course, Donald Trump's President Trump's lawyers. She asked Brad Kavanagh who he spoke to about the Robert Muller's investigation. I would like to know the person you're thinking of. Kamala Harris said I think you're thinking of someone he don't wanna tell us which appeared to baffle the judge very weird exchange, but at least one conservative columnist to speculate that she has something very specific in mind that she is going to drop at just the right time. To embarrass Brad Kavanagh, maybe sink his nomination and not do the president any good at all. Who's having a horrific two weeks? Thirty minutes after one o'clock timeout will come back, and we'll talk to mayor.

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"hector balderas" Discussed on Talk 1260 KTRC

Talk 1260 KTRC

06:26 min | 2 years ago

"hector balderas" Discussed on Talk 1260 KTRC

"Station number two six forty five all Las Vegas wildfires fire sheds very important topic right now Very important topic right now I think that's it I think that's all the announcements. I have for, the moment I got more but. You. Gotta. Spread. 'em out interesting interesting. Interesting front, page story today Albuquerque journal New Mexico attorney. General Hector Balderas, his office telling the UNM athletic. Department. UNM, regions. And union president you, blew it And to. Redo try again To hold a meeting you have fifteen days to hold another meeting To decide, on the athletic department logo. Athletic? Department what sports you're gonna cut how much and all that why because you one that you did have where you eliminate soccer and cutback other sports and cut a. Few other sports and cutback sports was illegal Unlawful Once, again how don't ask, me I'm as amazed as everybody else You are the flagship, university you have a law school You have, marketing departments in journalism department. You have people on campus Who, can help you if you are just. A little bit too dense Or slippery To hold open public meeting Rule number one you must notify, people what's on the agenda which they did not So there is hope They UNM could. Go? Back do this right With a better outcome yesterday I was saying that the, new president and, that would, be president Stokes my just wanting you know sending a little Email around or, call around if you don't trust emails. Anymore which would probably be a smart move maybe. Go face to face with the. Athletic director maybe Head region rob Doty maybe. You know some people in the legal department law, school Kind of walk around campus Just kind, of, look at everybody said never we sure Did we, got this right You comfortable with the way we. Did this and the outcome We cut out soccer and kept football Football Costas a ton of money Best-case twenty one thousand people on average. Go to a home football game are we, sure we got this right But barring now instead the attorney, general, stepped up and said no actually he didn't actually what you, did was against the, law region voted six oh and July nine to approve a plan to eliminate men's soccer men's and women's skiing and women's beach volleyball and to cut diving. From, the women's. Swimming program and diving program and dramatically reduce men's track and. Field roster for two primary reasons finances And to get the athletic department in compliance with federal title. Nine This is all spoke to happen next, summer UNM failed, to provide the public with quote. Sufficient information unquote about possible action in advance according to, an opinion issued yesterday by the eighties off, it's an assistant Attorney General John cream Cam Cryan camp opinion, was issued in response to two formal complaints Fail by filed by private citizens after the July nineteenth meeting The agenda for, the. Meeting mentioned only quote a discussion and action on athletics. Unquote that's what the Genesis What could that mean Language could have encompassed. Nearly any athletics matter he wrote the board could just as easily have defended any or all of this sport programs or for that matter taken a completely different action. Like changing team uniforms Assistant attorney general wrote yesterday in. A letter, to UNM attorney Kevin geek based on that description and interested member of. The public could not reasonably anticipate that the. Board would be considering defunding the four specific athletic programs and eventually took action on he said region should hold a new meeting within fifteen days to reconsider its actions UNM spokeswoman said yesterday that the university is looking. At this announcement letter from the office and trying to determine the course of action UNM spokesperson has a great name cinema Blair so. Attorney, general Hector Balderas stepped up before UNM. President garnered Stokes can step up and figure out. Maybe, we didn't do this. All that well maybe the public was not well informed maybe the public doesn't support what we did webby we we did it anyway I think most. People, who attended the meeting What they saw was that the. UNM regions had already made up their mind The outcome was predetermined So what's the need to put the actual agenda inform the public about what. The meetings going. To we already know we already know how. We're. Going, to? Vote six. Seven right everybody six now We. Didn't do it right what they did was illegal twenty..

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"hector balderas" Discussed on KKOB 770 AM

KKOB 770 AM

01:40 min | 2 years ago

"hector balderas" Discussed on KKOB 770 AM

"Are you following because this this is really what the democrats won and i don't even know if they'd be happy then but both parties over the decades have benefited in their own way from illegal immigration george bush didn't do much about george w bush he didn't do much about illegal immigration he was part of the problem but the democrats know now right now they have the most to game so it doesn't matter what the president does or doesn't do because until we have open borders now moving forward forever catch and release if we went back to that that would make him happy and then just top it all off with a big scoop of amnesty that's what they want we talked yesterday about hector balderas our attorney general for domecq zico writing that letter to the department of justice and the department of homeland security and use the phrase lawful asylum they're not seeking lawful asylum and that's the problem they're not doing it the legal way dianne feinstein senator of california follows up on that with this tweet it's extremely troubling that the president's executive order would require immigrant families with children to be detained indefinitely which again isn't true the order appears to be the next step in the trump administration's larger agenda to eliminate basic protections for asylum seekers again i don't know if they just don't know the.

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"hector balderas" Discussed on KKOB 770 AM

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02:03 min | 2 years ago

"hector balderas" Discussed on KKOB 770 AM

"Rattlers exploit the loopholes and they gain illegal entry into the united states putting countless children in danger on the perilous trek to the united states they come up through mexico mexico does nothing for us you hear it here they do nothing for us they could stop it they have very very strong laws try staying in mexico for a couple of days see how long that lasts president trump at a speech yesterday in washington dc and in terms of mexico he's absolutely right all of these people coming up from central america into the rio grande valley of texas they all come up through mexico and mexico knows where they're going so they look the other way and the other reason of course they look the other way a lot of the federalize down there on the take they get a cut from these human smugglers we're being played for fools and you know when you want to crack down on illegal immigration it's no longer in the debate is no longer about legal immigration versus illegal immigration and you have attorneys general like our own hector balderas demanding from the the united states attorney general that we stopped this practice right now a family separations at the border when most of the families are already separated when the kids get here and the families down in central america put them in the hands of strangers try to get them into this country and then they misrepresent what the law is saying these these people are coming to the country seeking lawful asylum they're not doing it lawfully that's the problem you can't enter this country illegally and then claim asylum and then expect to get it there's a legal way to do it and those who are doing it legally by going to one of our ports of entry those families aren't being separated two four three thirty three thirty three.

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"hector balderas" Discussed on KKOB 770 AM

KKOB 770 AM

02:56 min | 2 years ago

"hector balderas" Discussed on KKOB 770 AM

"New mexico attorney general hector balderas along with twenty other attorneys general all democrats sending off a letter demanding that the us attorney general jeff sessions and the department of homeland security secretary kirsten neilsen indymedia the socalled zero tolerance policy that's leading to the separation of some families who are crossing the border illegally and in this letter they say put simply the deliberate separation of children and their parents who seek lawful asylum in america is wrong and right off the bat the are wrong because they're not seeking lawful asylum that's the problem that's why they're being that's why the adults are being prosecuted for illegal entry into this country for the families that are showing up to our ports of entry to ask legally for asylum those families aren't being separated two four three thirty three thirty three howard you're next on news radio cake you'll be what do you think yeah i'm wondering what all these protesters and railways and randers and trumpeters are gonna do when they finally realized that they're contributing to sex trafficking and drug trafficking cartels make millions of dollars on other than their drugs and they just don't know about the proper information about what's going on that they would be contributing to that kind of stuff well the president was talking about that yesterday in terms of the human smugglers and what is happening here with the vast majority of children that are being brought to the border i of hear what their families coming here with their parents they're being brought here by human smugglers we'll hear what the president has to say about that coming up next plus more of your phone calls here on ninety four point five fm and am seven seventy newsradio rush limbaugh is next at ten you cannot escape the crap on ninety four point five fm and am seven hundred seventy newsradio k k o b scott stigler show i it's it's just second it's just stupid scott stigler show three this afternoon on ninety four point five fm and am seven seventy newsradio k k o v well we all know property crime is a huge problem here in albuquerque says you're leaving for work today or when you're heading out on vacation later this summer who's going to be watching your home i'm bob clark you've got an alarm you saying that's great but obviously apd still has an officer shortage so their ability to respond quickly if at all is very much in doubt that's why you need to take matters into your own hands and call it s international protective service aaron and his team of one hundred and forty security officers in their marked units they can respond to your alarm usually in five to seven minutes.

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"hector balderas" Discussed on KKOB 770 AM

KKOB 770 AM

05:21 min | 2 years ago

"hector balderas" Discussed on KKOB 770 AM

"All right something right out of there the game of thrones apparently and this is what our debate over legal versus illegal immigration has become protesters showing up at a washington dc area restaurant last night to ambush and then stream at the department of homeland security secretary here's to nielsen while she was eating dinner last night arana cly at a mexican restaurant i'm bob clark with our producer jeniffer davis here on ninety four point five fm and am seven seventy newsradio k k o b wanna talk more about the border crisis take your calls at two four three thirty three thirty three also email me bob at newsradiokkob k o b dot com also yesterday president trump last evening visiting with republicans in the house over on capitol hill talking about immigration bills that they were going to try to vote on tomorrow and the president has endorsed a plan a bill on immigration reform that doesn't clued ending the separation of families at the border in exchange for changing the laws that allow the department of homeland security to keep the families together but then also remove them and deport them immediately together and the president while walking down the hall up in congress in the capitol building along with the house speaker one of the protesters there in the hallway shouts out f you mr president so mr president but then you know the f bomb and it just seems to be a common word that a lot of people in the resistance movement are using this day i these days i guess to express their outrage they have nothing better to use or they they they don't have plans of their own to change things they don't want to help really help the process that's for sure our attorney general the other part of this story is our attorney general hector balderas is getting involved in this controversy now he along with twenty other democratic attorneys general around the country firing off a letter to the attorney general of the united states jeff sessions and secretary kirsten nielsen from the department of homeland security demanding an end to the quote zero tolerance policy which leads to the separation of families that crossed the border illegally these are families these are people these are children these are teenagers they're brought here by not all of them are i mean and that was one of the things these protesters got wrong at ten thousand children are separated from the families that is not the case it's two thousand the overwhelming majority of miners who are caught up in this situation had been brought to the border they've showed up either on their own already separated from their families or they're being brought here by people who aren't their parents or aren't family or they're being brought here by human smugglers so in this letter ag balderas refers to these separations at the border is draconian practices inhumane and says it raises concerns of violation of children's rights now if i were attorney general sessions secretary nielsen the first thing i would do after reading this letter tear it up because there's no credibility to it because the very one of the very first things they say his put simply the deliberate separation of children and their parents who seek quote lawful asylum in america is wrong stop right there that's the problem they're not seeking asylum legally they're not doing it lawfully they're coming into this country illegally and then saying we want a style that's not how it works any attorney general would know that would know the law maybe they do and they're just ignoring it but when you're sending a letter to the attorney general of the united states and to the department of homeland security secretary and you include such a misstatement like that you don't have any credibility right off the batch so just tear it up families who are seeking asylum waffly by going directly to one of our ports of entry those families aren't being separated the ones that are or those who are coming into the country illegally first and then trying to claim a silent that is not quote lawful asylum but it's just amazing to me that the misinformation that continues to be out and it's coming from highly placed law enforcement officials duly elected in their states so they either don't know the law or they just wanna continue to misrepresent what's happening right now what what do you think it is two four three thirty three thirty three let's get to your phone calls tillis you're up first here on.

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"hector balderas" Discussed on KKOB 770 AM

KKOB 770 AM

01:58 min | 2 years ago

"hector balderas" Discussed on KKOB 770 AM

"From your breaking news station i'm larry mullen break president trump's meeting with republican house members on capitol hill has ended correspondent phil mattingly says members were hoping the president would indicate which immigration bill he would support and sign i'm talking from inside the room is the president said he supported republicans one hundred percent on their efforts that they needed to pass a bill but not that he supported their effort to pass that bill so that remains an open question told he's briefly touched on the family separation policy said he was aware that the pictures are bad but hasn't gone any further than that new mexico's hector balderas is leading a group of twentyone attorneysgeneral across the country demanding that the trump administration ended zero tolerance policy at the border if sent a letter to the us attorney general and homeland security secretary calling the policy that separates children from their parents inhumane and draconian in a statement balderas says the justice department is ignoring its legal and moral obligations for the sake of a political agenda un ambassador nikki haley says the us is withdrawing from the un human rights council who says the council has acted with bias and hypocrisy socalled human rights council cannot bring itself to address the massive abuses in venezuela and iran and it welcomes the democratic republic of congo as a new member the council ceases to be worthy of its name really says earlier this year the council passed five resolutions against israel more than the number passed against north korea iran and syria combined average pay and albuquerque lags behind the national average citing government figures the albuquerque journal reports the average hourly wage in the duke city is a little over twenty two dollars that's two dollars or eight percent less than the national average only one group in albuquerque does better than the national average architecture engineering our next news update at six o'clock i'm laurie molin break ninety four point five fm.

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KKOB 770 AM

01:59 min | 2 years ago

"hector balderas" Discussed on KKOB 770 AM

"Of sugar we eat the same is true for salt utrition est lisa drayer says when cutting back on sodium it's important to start slowly as going cold turkey can shock your taste buds i don't know about you but i've noticed some of my friends at the dinner table put salt on their food before they even taste it you might not even need any of that extra salt on your food and just doing it out of habit when you're cooking at home herbs and spices are great way to add flavor to your food without increasing your sodium intake remember the american heart association recommends limiting your daily sodium consumption to no more than twenty three hundred milligrams that's just one teaspoon of salt a day total i'm dr sanjay gupta helping you live a better life life the national debt is now over twenty trillion dollars what happens next rising inflation drops in the dollar's value some experts say and other crashes coming you can fight this not with stocks or bonds but with gold and silver coins in an ira from augusta precious metals call eight five eight five eight five eight zero seven and learn how an ira backed by physical gold and silver can hedge against inflation call augusta precious metals right now at eight five five eight five eight five eight zero seven and get a free gold ira guide call eight five five eight five eight five eight zero seven the national debt is now over twenty trillion dollars what happens next rising inflation drops in the dollar's value some experts say and other crashes coming you can fight this not with stocks or bonds but with gold and silver coins in an ira from augusta precious metals call eight five five eight five eight five eight zero seven and learn how an ira backed by physical gold and silver can hedge against inflation call augusta precious metals right now at eight five five eight five eight five eight zero seven and get a free gold ira guide call eight five five eight five eight you know what folks hector balderas is absolutely correct we'll talk about it on the pat i show at one o'clock today on newsradio k k o b final few moments on the show here this morning was state auditor wayne johnson two four three thirty three thirty three we'll.

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01:58 min | 2 years ago

"hector balderas" Discussed on KKOB 770 AM

"News station i'm pat allen a security guard at a duke city movie complex was shot and wounded today however police say didn't happen at his job while he was allegedly breaking into an apartment in albuquerque the man apparently left his job went to see a woman man at the apartment shot the security guard after the two argued the guard with andro back to his job at the cinemark movies eight on san mateo told police you've been hit a shot by a homeless man while on the job shooter also reported the incident to police k btv reports that guy it'll be charged once he's released from the hospital the state attorney general's office and law enforcement agencies across new mexico will hold training sessions for school personnel to spot child trafficking and abuse that following allegations that an albuquerque family prostituted their seven year old daughter ag hector balderas says his office was alerted to the abuse by a school nurse eighty nurse or any type school personnel can truly impact and save lives and also straight the criminal justice system there says the goal is to make the human trafficking training available to as many teachers personnel and nurses has possible drought conditions are getting worse in new mexico the latest government report shows more than half the state is now under extreme or exceptional drought albuquerque finds itself in the extreme drought category for the first time in more than five years albuquerque has gotten less than three quarters of an inch of rain and snow melt in two thousand eighteen in only eighteen hundreds since the first of march national weather service has issued a red flag warning for the entire state today means fire dangerous high due to the winds and the ongoing dry conditions award has been issued for seventythreeyearold albuquerque man police say are looking for richard robinson is accused of killing his fifty eight year old neighbor this past tuesday an apartment complex near san pedro and catherine southeast witnesses told police that robson got into an argument with fifty eightyearold chris mitch and he said to uphold a gun and shot mentioned during the counter robinson then fled and police believe he may be driving a green mazda pickup coming up in one minute a minute that.

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Rio Rancho Man Sentenced for Conviction on Federal Marijuana Trafficking Charge

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Rio Rancho Man Sentenced for Conviction on Federal Marijuana Trafficking Charge

"Honda dealers news desk a call for new mexico congressional candidate deb haaland to drop out of the race it comes from las cruces woman nicole bag who is a former committee woman with the democratic national committee the albuquerque journal reports bag just yesterday called for holland to drop out of the race because bag raise concerns in two thousand sixteen about then county commissioner john viscous in southern new mexico now vasquez did resign earlier this year because of a separate sexual misconduct allegation but bag says her complaint was ignored in two thousand sixteen when holland was chairperson for the committee bag admitted yesterday that she never took her concerns to holland but did try to approach about it at a democratic party meeting holland says no complaint was ever filed and she was not aware of any problems an albuquerque man's in jail accused of forcing his seven year old daughter to perform sex acts on other people thirtysevenyearold james stewart faces several counts including human trafficking criminal sexual context of a man of a minor and promoting prostitution attorney general hector balderas whose office investigated this case says others could be charged as well investigation is ongoing so we are looking at multiple parties in this horrific case the attorney general's office started investigating last month after hearing from personnel at lew wallace elementary that the girl may have been the victim of sexual assault a real rancho man it was part of a major marijuana trafficking ring is sentenced to tune and a half years in prison thirty two year old tonio ruelas is one of ten defendants charged in a drug operation that federal prosecutors say distributed high grade marijuana in new mexico and throughout the country the us attorney's office says the drug ring was led by an ricky cavazos of to harris he and his wife have already pled guilty they were ordered to forfeit proceeds from their drug and money laundering activities amounting to more.

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"hector balderas" Discussed on KKOB 770 AM

KKOB 770 AM

02:18 min | 2 years ago

"hector balderas" Discussed on KKOB 770 AM

"At the new mexico honda dealers news desk be more cooperative or face legal action that is the message from attorney general hector balderas to university of new mexico officials regarding his office's ongoing investigation into unm matters balderas tells our sports station the sports animal he has sent a letter to university president garnett stokes and the board of regents saying his office has met resistance from inside unm but really expect them to do all they can as an oversight body to do two things really to make sure that you know an amazon transparent institution for logo nation and then number two to assist me and ensure that there were no violations of law the investigation started a year ago prompted by reports of public funds being used for a golf junket to scotland it has since expanded to include other matters including alleged retaliation against those who report sexual ms conduct there's a lot of money resting on one question is the question about citizenship that could end up on the twenty two thousand census that's according to new mexico attorney general hector balderas his office has joined a group of states opposing the plan to put the question before residents ag spokesman james helen says the fear is that it'll lead to an undercount of people in new mexico studies have shown both done for the state and other entities mexico is the state that is expected to be most undercounted in the next upcoming helen and says an inaccurate county residents in new mexico could put federal funding at risk three years ago the state got six billion dollars in federal dollars based on the census the amount included two point five billion in medicaid funds santa fe county sheriff robert garcia says his office has ended now it's investigation into the jailhouse suicide of a high profile murder suspect garcia says thomas ferguson accused in the torture and killing of thirteen year old jeremiah valencia did leave a note declaring his innocence and jeremiah's death the sheriff's office says at eleven sixteen friday night deputies responded to a report of an inmate who had hung himself in his cell paramedics tried to revive ferguson but those efforts were ended at eleven forty four garcia says he remains convinced that ferguson was involved in jeremiah's death coming.

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KKOB 770 AM

02:17 min | 2 years ago

"hector balderas" Discussed on KKOB 770 AM

"The on again off again wins our on again today in new mexico with a high wind warning in effect from this afternoon into the overnight hours we're expecting wind gusts upwards of fifty maybe sixty or even seventy miles per hour national weather service meteorologist jennifer shoemaker says there's even a chance for thunderstorms for the albuquerque area tonight which could enhance the wind gusts unfortunately this system doesn't have much moisture although the northern mountains could get a couple of inches of snow that high wind warning goes into effect around four o'clock the national forest is getting the word out be very careful with fire spokeswoman donna name says stage when fire stations are now in effect all across the forest fires that are burning alan amount taylor district you're caused by abandoned campfires so it's really important to us caution understate one restrictions campfires and stole fires are prohibited except in developed areas where grills and stoves are provided them says the fire dangerous high in all of the ciba's mountain districts and the restrictions would likely be in place for several months the state of new mexico has settled a lawsuit with the nation's two biggest credit card companies visa and mastercard attorney general hector balderas says the settlement totals three point four million dollars the office had alleged the companies charged excessive fees during credit and debit card transactions in new mexico balderas agreement will compensate the harm done to the state's economy and deter companies seeking to violate consumer protection laws it's a message you hear a lot this time of year water wisely carlos postal says the water conservation manager for the kirke burlington county water utility authority he tells kiki obese bob clark the thorny works with the city to limit water waste on city property built that relationship with the parks and recs department so we can affect communicate and identify those sites and not only that we've entered into agreement so we can avoid some of the charges that they got for over watering throughout the year so they can put that money back into fixing those issues he says finding water wasters can happen but they prefer to visit the customer and devise a plan to avoid the problem in the first place coming up in one minute the dream election newsradio time is spring it's nice you know what i like the best about spring the.

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"hector balderas" Discussed on Talk 1260 KTRC

Talk 1260 KTRC

02:08 min | 2 years ago

"hector balderas" Discussed on Talk 1260 KTRC

"Dire bracket filled out by new mexico elected official and his bias is obvious i think is bias is why he senate this is the bracket from attorney general hector balderas so here's hector's bias hector picks new mexico state over clemson then he picks new mexico state over auburn the new mexico state place kansas and he says kansas is going gonna win hector balderas attorney drone attorney general of new mexico excuse me his final four includes arizona state to me arizona arizona state lost last night pretty good game too he picks arizona to take on xavier we with arizona coming out of that game the other side of the bracket final four villanova in kansas and he picked villanova to come out of that side arizona villanova for the national championship and hector balderas picks arizona to win it all but it's interesting he has new mexico's know factor went to new mexico state but their new mexico team in the in the big dance so he picks them to beat clemson and to beat auburn i don't know if i would put that on my bracket but that's why i'm prochoice and it's a free country rachel urine talk twelve sixty one two three seven good afternoon i just wonder if there's a little piece of information on missing about this proposed truckstop because when i'm out on the north south interstate i don't see a whole lot of eighteen wheelers going either direction it's not a major heavy freight route like i seventy years a going to denver where there's a lot of eighteen wheelers or i tell you right ten across part of the state which is the busiest highway in the country.

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"hector balderas" Discussed on KKOB 770 AM

KKOB 770 AM

02:21 min | 3 years ago

"hector balderas" Discussed on KKOB 770 AM

"Degrees and newsradio kub how caissons rob you're breaking news station onla remoulded break president trump's budget and infrastructure plan getting a chilly reception on capitol hill from democrats senate minority leader chuck schumer says the president's one and a half trillion dollar proposal isn't a real plan to fix the nation's roads and bridges trump infrastructure plan is like a hollywood facade it may look real from afar but in truth it's a flat mirage the trump plan has given infrastructure plan but it lacks the guts pollution albania's say they've arrested a twenty five year old city soon who's accused of being part of a cybercrime organization that us authorities allege cost consumers and businesses more than half a billion dollars although a marriage was arrested in the albanian capital tirana on an international warrant from the united states a marriage is among thirty six people who have been indicted in the us for allegedly being part of the in prod organization that according to the us justice department was an online forum were stolen credit card numbers bank account data and other personal information were sold thirteen of a wanted suspects were arrested last week in the us thailand australia britain france italy cosa bo and serbia all are expected to face extradition i'm mike cremedas former state senator phil griego will be sentenced friday for corruption met attorney general hector balderas is asking that he get ten years in prison plus thousands of dollars in fines set of 8 of actually get reports balderas made the recommendation and a sentencing memo the sixty nine year old griego was found guilty last year on fraud and bribery charges related to the sale of state property that netted him a fifty thousand dollar brokers fee authorities say of a brian well in the carlsbad area where to collapse it could be damaging n deadly two major concern for lawmakers in santa fe they've now passed a bill that sets aside funds to stabilise and prevented collapse officials say of the well collapses good cause of billion dollars worth of economic damage 56 degrees in albuquerque the news sponsored by rich forward our next news update at six i'm marie moland brake on ninety four point five fm and am seven seventy news radio kkob another wardrobe malfunction where did.

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"hector balderas" Discussed on KKOB 770 AM

KKOB 770 AM

02:03 min | 3 years ago

"hector balderas" Discussed on KKOB 770 AM

"Our hector bowl there if the attorney general's mexico announced today that he is joining a coalition of fifteen other attorneys general who have filed a lawsuit to protect daca recipients in new mexico and across the united states it's dates that the equal protection clause of the constitution has been violated by the trump administration they filed a suit wednesday afternoon in the us district court for the eastern district of new york he said i filed a suit against president trump and his administration to protect the daca because dreamers or just does american as malania trump actually that's not true let me just help hector balderas with that i know it's a a funny little cute thing to say but it's completely untrue malania trump didn't come here with a parent illegally she came to the united states and became a naturalized citizen as as an adult so no dreamers who are not here legally are not the same as malania trump nonetheless acura balderas explains why he's part of this law why new mexico is part of this lawsuit sympathy but i don't think there's any ag hit or are proposing the president's actions be binding on the next president what we're simply saying is that to create a set of rules for dreamers and strictly change the rules without any do shoes could potentially violate long but more importantly that there should be equal protection in how we treat the immigrant population clearly the dreamers ordered the best of the best these or individuals who brought your children the only to learn english and more importantly the.

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