35 Burst results for "High Court"

McDonald’s to Face $10B Race Discrimination Suit From Byron Allen

The Officer Tatum Show

01:57 min | 3 hrs ago

McDonald’s to Face $10B Race Discrimination Suit From Byron Allen

"It says McDonald's will face a $10 billion lawsuit against them for not advertising enough on black owned media. Now, let me just explain who this helps in who this hurts. The fact that the plaintiff are the fact that and I believe it was a black man that did the suing. The fact that we're suing people because you're not advertising junk food enough on black networks. It's asinine to me. Now the people who are making money from advertisement who wants to sell out the black community because they don't care nothing about your health, you know, one of the leading cause of deaths for black people in America is heart disease and diabetes, hypertension, I mean, literally obesity is rampant amongst the black community. However, you get people who want to sue McDonald's because they don't spend enough advertising to black people. That's like saying, why don't you sell us more stuff to kill us? How dare you, not sell things that's going to destroy our community on our network. Why won't you sell destructive things in our community on our network? Why you just sell it on a white people network where black people ain't listening to? But no, it's about money. Says the federal courts this week ruled that McDonald's will have to face a $10 billion lawsuit allegation that is discrimination or discriminates against black owned media channels by refusing to advertise on them. It says media tycoon, Bryant Byron Allen, a company Alan media group, we're bringing the suit against the fast food retailer with the U.S. district judge for Nando, outgoing, all going, I think it's how you say his name. Clearing the way for Allen to attempt to prove his claim in court. So they're

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FBI Raided Mark Houck's Home for a Misdemeanor

ToddCast Podcast with Todd Starnes

00:53 sec | 10 hrs ago

FBI Raided Mark Houck's Home for a Misdemeanor

"In the shoes of this pro life leader, Mark hauk, who is a good and decent man. He shoved the accusation as he shoved a pro abortion activist who was getting in the face of his 12 year old son and saying all sorts of horrible things, and I suspect you, mom and dad would do the exact same thing. The federal court threw out a lawsuit, but now the FBI is cracking down and sending 30 FBI agents. Your tax dollars at work, 30 FBI agents, and an early morning raid on the family home. Over what is, in fact, on the books in Pennsylvania, a misdemeanor crime. So if you don't, if you don't believe that the Biden administration is using the FBI as a bully pulpit, you better wake up

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Doug Mastriano: What Led to FBI Raid of Pro-Life Leader

ToddCast Podcast with Todd Starnes

01:03 min | 10 hrs ago

Doug Mastriano: What Led to FBI Raid of Pro-Life Leader

"Can you give us some background on what happened what led to this raid? Yeah, apparently about a year ago, there was an instant in between us. So the victim, of course, here is the guy we're speaking about, Mark. He's a sidewalk counselor at a clinic. And apparently one of the pro abortion counselors got into an altercation with the Mark 12 year old kid and apparently I guess he was the protagonist was pushing around whatever and fell over. And district court in Philadelphia through the case out. That's not good enough for Joe Biden though, so Joe Biden is now using a fair federal charges in federal agents to enforce this law. Now look, that's fine, but show up with two or four agents and discreetly going with a couple cars, cars and do what you have to do. But this is obviously Tod. It's designed to send a signal per Joe Biden's awful horrific speech and independence hall last month here that political opponents here that he is going to go against us and he wants us to sit down and comply. No,

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Oath Keepers founder Stewart Rhodes' path: From Yale to jail

AP News Radio

01:06 min | 13 hrs ago

Oath Keepers founder Stewart Rhodes' path: From Yale to jail

"Oath keepers founder Stewart Rhodes returns to court for his trial on charges related to the capitol riot Rhodes graduated from Yale law school He was a clerk on the Arizona Supreme Court but for people he worked with like Matt Perry Rhodes came across as angry So I made the jokes about Stewart having being the next Hitler I really meant that he was going to lead some kind of charge against the government just like Hitler did at the beer hall putsch get arrested be in jail and that was going to be it And that was going to be the end of Stewart Perry told the AP roads alienated his Republican boss and the Arizona Supreme Court and eventually left the job Jim Arroyo was president of an oath keeper's chapter in Arizona Stewart will In my opinion go down as a person who created one of the greatest organizations this country has ever seen And then destroyed it single handedly At the same time Arroyo says Rhodes wanted to send oath keepers to the Mexico border in an armed operation to support border patrol Roads and four others are on trial in a rarely used Civil War era law against attempting to overthrow the government I'm Ed Donahue

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Carl Jackson: There's No Better Place on Earth for Blacks Than America

The Officer Tatum Show

01:51 min | 3 d ago

Carl Jackson: There's No Better Place on Earth for Blacks Than America

"You know, I always tell blacks when it comes to America. You can talk about slavery all day long. But what would Satan meant for evil God turned to good? There's no better place to be on the earth for blacks than America for anyone than America. That's why we have a border crisis. So why they don't have border crisis around the world like we have here in the United States. Officer Tatum, he said something that really struck a court with me. It was just a simple quote. But it hit me right in the heart. He was like, this is not black culture. This is a facade and when you watch the film, you see the illustrations of the black rappers and I mean just all the demonic crap that they're into and I sat there thinking and I know he experienced it too. I saw pictures with you officer Tatum with those gold teeth. So I know. I know. I know you know what you're talking about, and he was a cop. But it also struck a chord with me 'cause I remember that I didn't want to be a thug. I was a wannabe thug. It was my environment. It was my, some of my quote unquote Friends. And I wanted to feel safe and you walk around and you just want to feel hard, you want to feel tough, you want to be tough because you don't want to be pumped and I hate it. Living in an environment like that. So it's like you put on a, you know, you put on this facade. It's like a game of charade. But inside, I knew that's not who I was. But I didn't want to be, I didn't want to be a punk. I didn't want to be punk'd. But I can tell you as I as God saved me and changed my heart and allowed that facade to just come off of me, man. It was such a freaking relief.

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Democrat Joe Kennedy Always Detested Jews, Welcomed Hitler's Solution

Mark Levin

01:41 min | 3 d ago

Democrat Joe Kennedy Always Detested Jews, Welcomed Hitler's Solution

"Joe Kennedy in turn had always detested Jews generally Though he claimed serverless Friends individually he Kennedy seems to have tolerated the occasional Jew in the same way Astra tolerated the occasional Catholic As fiercely anti communist as they were anti semitic Kennedy and Astor looked up looked upon 8 of Hitler as a welcome solution to both of these world problems Nancy's phrase No member of the so called Cleveland set the informal cabal of appeasers who met frequently at Nancy Astor's palatial home see much concern with the dilemma faced by the Jews under the Third Reich ASTRO Kennedy that Hitler would have to do more than just give a rough time to The Killers of Christ Before she'd be in favor of launching Armageddon to save them the wheel of history swings round as the lord would have it Who are we to stand in the way of the future she said Kennedy replied that he expected the Jew media in the United States to become a problem That Jewish pundits in New York and LA were already making noises contrived to set a match to the fuse of the world Maybe they were neo cons Nor in May of 1938 Kennedy engaged in extensive discussions with the new German ambassador to the court of Saint James Herbert von dirksen In the midst of these conversations how without approval from the U.S. State Department Kennedy advised von dirksen the president Roosevelt was the victim of Jewish influence It was poorly informed as to the philosophy ambitions and ideals if Hitler's regime

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Dinesh and Debbie Discuss the Relentless Pursuit of Trump

The Dinesh D'Souza Podcast

02:16 min | 3 d ago

Dinesh and Debbie Discuss the Relentless Pursuit of Trump

"Most recently in the news, the attorney general of New York, letitia James, the latest investigation, apparently into the not just Trump, but also the Trump family. The Trump family, I mean, this is just, you know, again, it's one of those things where they're just throwing spaghetti at the wall and then whatever sticks they think is going to be what's going to bring them down. They know that something's got to. You know? I mean, there's a little bit of a funny aspect to all this because it's sort of like, you know, we thought we got him on that one. No, we got to move over here. We got to move over there. It does not seem to occur to the left that there's something fundamentally wrong about identifying the man Trump and then going looking for crime. Right, so what didn't we say that? It's like create the crime, put in the man. You know? Right. Right? And so. And if this one doesn't work. Exactly. Let's go to the next stage. Because really, truly, I mean, if the feds want someone to go to jail, they will find something for you to go to jail for. They will. And I think that they're really trying very hard. They're very scared of him. They think that if he's on the ballot in 2024, they are doomed, not we're doomed, because America will be great again. But for them, America will be horrible. So they do not want that. And I think that they are going all out. I mean, look at this. Now, letitia James is also going to file something in the southern district of New York. You know that I've called that many times. The judicial branch of the Democratic Party, that's the same court that got you. It goes after conservatives. I'm not sure that there's a single Democrat that that place has gone after. You said something a moment ago though that caught my attention and that is you said that the left is afraid that Trump will win. Right? Now it's funny because there are Republicans who think, well, you know, maybe we should move beyond Trump. Maybe we should look for somebody else because after all, this guy just has so much so much attack and so on. But the left thinks that Trump is the strongest candidate on our side. That's why he's their main target.

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Glenn Kirschner Explains Trump's Colossal Miscalculation

Stephanie Miller's Happy Hour Podcast

00:56 sec | 3 d ago

Glenn Kirschner Explains Trump's Colossal Miscalculation

"We're just in a good mood, right? Because it's been a good week for justice. So where do we even start? So this is a legal term, but judge Derry has had enough of Donald Trump's bull at this point. It seems, is that legally am I saying that correctly? Yeah, what a colossal miscalculation of Donald Trump to recommend judge deary to oversee the review of the documents he stole from the federal government because, you know, the adults are back in the room when it comes to the federal judges that are now presiding both the 11th circuit Court of Appeals and in New York judge dear they are now presiding over Donald Trump's crimes and I'll tell you, Donald Trump is in deep trouble. Judge deary told him put up or shut up when it comes to these ridiculous claims that the FBI planted classify documents at Mar-a-Lago. So we are now on a very good track in this litigation.

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Alabama halts execution because of time, IV access concerns

AP News Radio

00:35 sec | 3 d ago

Alabama halts execution because of time, IV access concerns

"Alabama has called off the execution of a convicted killer just three hours after a divided U.S. Supreme Court gave the okay prison officials had until midnight Thursday to give convicted killer Alan Miller a lethal injection but corrections commissioner John Hamm says the team administering the drugs had trouble accessing a vein and didn't say how long the team tried but he says Miller was returned to his cell the 57 year old was sentenced to death for a 1999 workplace rampage in which he killed two coworkers and a former supervisor I'm Donna water

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John Zmirak Takes Us Back to the Lunacy of the Kavanaugh Hearings

The Eric Metaxas Show

01:57 min | 4 d ago

John Zmirak Takes Us Back to the Lunacy of the Kavanaugh Hearings

"You've shared this on the program before, but it's so important that people who are listening know the details of what happened and to reiterate when justice Kavanaugh, then not yet a justice was put up by Trump at the Supreme Court. The pro abortion left decided, again, because they've done this several times to go scorched earth to lie to make things up. And as their principle tool in this, they found a memoir written by Mark judge of his time of being an alcoholic in high school, and they thought this is just enough for us to create a narrative. We are going to lie, but we bet we can put this over on the American people and keep this guy off the Supreme Court because we don't want roe V wade over overturned. That's right. And so Christine daisy Ford couldn't say what year this rape allegedly happened. But she remembered all sorts of details all of them from Mark judge's book. So Eric, if somebody ever claims, wants to, if somebody wants to make a perjury involving you, they will use fish out of water. Your memoir of going to college. And there will be all these seemingly verifying details. Well, oh yeah, you did stay in that dorm. Yes, you did work at that place over the summer. Oh yeah, that's what you were wearing. On celery Green Day in 1983. Oh, this story knew this is seeming suspiciously real. It sounds like this person was there. Oh wait, he had a memoir. Okay? But again, they picked him Mark judge because he admitted to having memory lapses.

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North Dakota Liberal Kills Teen Republican, Remorse Only for Self

The Dan Bongino Show

01:18 min | 4 d ago

North Dakota Liberal Kills Teen Republican, Remorse Only for Self

"We got this guy saying killing comfort So in North Dakota man who ran down a Republican teen says he doesn't want his own life and jobs to be jeopardized Shannon Brant made a remarks known a court hearing to face charges he lets hit and run death for political argument I got into argument with a young man He's a lot older by the way He's 41 The guy got an argument with is an 18 year old kid I got one 20 Like I said I've had four So he's been accused of killing the teenager with his car following a political said he didn't understand the charges against him doing recent quarter parents So let me get this straight You run all the guy killing me You don't understand the charges I mean really I kill somebody I understand what I did wrong A killer Republican that's what the Democrats said to do the maga people get rid of them And it was a political argument So here's what he said It's a vehicular homicide You ready Here's his quote I have a job A life and a house And things that I don't exactly want to see go by the way Family that are very important to me He too led to a judge after he wiped out a dude that was 18 years old At least he lived for 41 years This guy don't see anything wrong with what he did

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 Judge blocks Indiana abortion ban week after it took effect

AP News Radio

00:35 sec | 4 d ago

Judge blocks Indiana abortion ban week after it took effect

"A judge has blocked Indiana's abortion ban a week after it took effect Owen county judge Kelsey hanlon issued a preliminary injunction against the ban The injunction was sought by abortion clinic operators who argued in a lawsuit that the state constitution protects access to abortion The ban was approved by Indiana's Republican dominated legislature in August It made Indiana the first state to enact tighter abortion restrictions since the Supreme Court overturned roe V wade in June The order of prohibits the state from enforcing the ban

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Virginia Thomas agrees to interview with Jan. 6 panel

AP News Radio

00:49 sec | 5 d ago

Virginia Thomas agrees to interview with Jan. 6 panel

"The wife of Supreme Court Justice clarence Thomas has agreed to a voluntary interview with a house panel investigating the January 6th insurrection I'm Ben Thomas with the latest Her attorney says Virginia Thomas is eager to answer the committee's questions to clear up any misconceptions about her work relating to the 2020 election The committee has for months sought an interview with the conservative activists to learn more about her efforts to help former president Trump overturn his election defeat Virginia Thomas contacted lawmakers in Arizona and Wisconsin in the weeks after the election The AP obtained emails in which she urged two Arizona lawmakers to choose a clean slate of electors in quote stand strong in the face of political and media pressure She also texted with White House chief of staff Mark Meadows Ben Thomas Washington

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Trump docs probe: Court lifts hold on Mar-a-Lago records

AP News Radio

00:45 sec | 5 d ago

Trump docs probe: Court lifts hold on Mar-a-Lago records

"I'm Mike Gracia reporting a federal appeals court lifts the hold on the record seized from Mar-a-Lago A three judge panel of the U.S. Court of Appeals for the 11th circuit has lifted a judge's hold preventing the Justice Department from evaluating the classified record seized from former president Donald Trump's Florida estate U.S. district judge aileen cannon had temporarily barred investigators from continuing to use the documents in an ongoing investigation as the Justice Department evaluates whether to bring criminal charges The government appealed to the hold arguing its investigation had been impeded by the order Last month the FBI seized roughly 11,000 documents including about 100 with classified markings during a court authorized search of Mar-a-Lago Mike Gracia Washington

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Murdered for Being MAGA

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:32 min | 5 d ago

Murdered for Being MAGA

"Me tell you about the latest story. That is getting no coverage from the mainstream press. That is getting completely and totally intentionally ignored. The story is a tragic story. What we are seeing, what happened in North Dakota was nothing more than a political hate crime. Kayla ellingson. In 18 year old, kayler ellingson was a conservative and a Republican, Taylor Ellington, loved the country. Kaylor ellingson got in some sort of a dispute with a 41 year old by the name of Shannon Brant. Shannon Brandt hated this young man so much, he got in his car and executed a political murder. I'm reading from the Grand Forks Herald. According to court papers, it was not an accident, but apparently a political politically motivated attack in the fatal pedestrian incident happened on Sunday morning September 18th and mchenry North Dakota, but a 120 miles northwest of Fargo and 54 miles north of Jamestown. Prosecutors alleged moments before he killed 18 year old kaylor ellingson, he called his mom to come rescue him because the 41 year old Shannon Brandt was chasing him in the streets of mchenry, where the street dance had just wrapped up. By the time she got there, her son was dead. Brant was officially charged Monday with vehicular homicide and leaving the scene of a deadly accident. How about political hate crimes? You guys are going to charge for that is the DoJ going to open an investigation into this.

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Ex-Minneapolis Officer Sentenced in George Floyd's Death

ToddCast Podcast with Todd Starnes

02:00 min | 5 d ago

Ex-Minneapolis Officer Sentenced in George Floyd's Death

"When you think you've done nothing wrong and that you certainly haven't done anything to deserve conviction, you can't take a chance. On all these years because he already had the federal sentence that he's serving. So to have the opportunity to take a plea deal and judge Peter Cahill has agreed to accept the plea deal and that he will sentence lane under the guidelines saying because he has accepted responsibility for his role in the death of George Floyd and he'll be able to serve that I think many of you know this, but let me just say it to get it out there. You can serve based on decisions made by various courts. You could be given multiple terms that either can be served consecutively or they can be served concurrently. One is very bad news. That means you serve all these years and then when you get done serving the first one, the second one starts after that. That's obviously disastrous if you are the person that has been sentenced to that type of sentence. He's been given a sentence on this one or will be the judges agreed that he will. Let him serve at the same time. So it's almost impossible. Other than principle, which obviously matters a whole lot, but we are living in a very dystopian crazy time, but it does matter, principle matters, but at the same time, if you're already serving three years for the one charge and you have the opportunity to serve this in the form of a plea agreement and you get to serve it at the exact same time, most people are going to take that deal. And in fact, the former officer lane is going to take that deal. So

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Illegals Sue Gov. Ron DeSantis Over Martha’s Vineyard Flights

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:19 min | 5 d ago

Illegals Sue Gov. Ron DeSantis Over Martha’s Vineyard Flights

"Well, here's a headline that ought to get your attention. Illegals are suing governor Ron DeSantis. That's right. People who break the law came across the border and wound up being flown to Martha's Vineyard, have filed a class action lawsuit. Against Florida governor Ron DeSantis. A nonprofit organization is representing the Venezuelan immigrants as the polite way of calling illegals illegal, they were exploited, you see, for the sole purpose of advancing their own personal financial and political interests, boy, that was quick. I thought lawsuits took a while. I thought it takes a while to meet with the attorneys. Spend consultations because they got to rack up those hourly fees. Let's see, when were they shipped to Martha's Vineyard? Last week? All of a sudden, now the lawsuit's been filed in court. There's a word for that. It's called chutzpah.

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North Dakota Man Kills Teen With Vehicle After Political Dispute

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:26 min | 5 d ago

North Dakota Man Kills Teen With Vehicle After Political Dispute

"Certainly, in Charlottesville, we're still getting media coverage. Of the monster who drove his car into a crowd of protesters and murdered a young woman. We still hear about that, right? Because that's, you know, that was an attack against somebody who has a political point of view that somebody else disagrees with. Well, according to court papers filed in mchenry North Dakota, what happened to 18 year old Taylor ellingson wasn't some random just drunken fatal accident. It was due to the young man's political beliefs. This young man killer ellingson was evidently a semi fascist. A maga Republican. A Trump supporter, a young conservative and allegedly that infuriated 41 year old Shannon Brandt, who chased this young man through the streets of mchenry North Dakota. The kid over with his car, killing him.

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"high court" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

04:31 min | 3 months ago

"high court" Discussed on WTOP

"She replaces Stephen Breyer, whose retirement from the high court took effect at noon. Your CBS correspondent Jan Crawford. She brings a different voice. And she hopes to use that voice not only in her opinions and with her colleagues and advancing how she believes the law should be interpreted in the Supreme Court as a minority on the Supreme Court in terms of being a liberal. But she can use that voice as she hopes to do, to inspire others. Other young women and a girls who may not have seen this as possible because she has said, you have to see it and then you believe it. Meantime, the high court issued two major decisions today. First, it ruled that the clean air act does not give the EPA brought authority to regulate greenhouse gas emissions. Your CBS News correspondent Skyler Henry. The Supreme Court has ruled to limit the Environmental Protection Agency's power to regulate greenhouse gas emissions. The court's conservative majority sided with the coal industry in a group of Republican led states, saying the EPA exceeded its authority by trying to limit power plant pollution under the clean air act. The high court also ruled today The White House had properly ended a Trump era policy forcing some asylum seekers to the U.S. to wait in Mexico. The justices 5 four decision for the administration came in a case about the remain in Mexico policy under former president Trump, Loyola law, professor Laurie Levinson says the court agreed the Biden administration was within its authority. The new secretary of the Department of Homeland Security said that these individuals could come into the United States and have their immigration proceedings considered that. The Supreme Court decided that because this touched on foreign affairs, the new Biden administration had the power under federal immigration law to change the policies that Trump had been using. And next term, the Supreme Court will take on a case that deals with the drawing of legislative maps. The Washington Post is the high court will look at whether state legislatures should be able to write election rules and draw congressional districting maps that violate their state's constitution. It will also determine whether state court should be barred from getting involved in federal election matters, congressional district maps and other issues. The case comes from North Carolina where Republicans want to use a redistricting map that they created, it was rejected by the state Supreme Court as a violation of that state's constitution. Three 34 now to the war in Ukraine. Russian forces withdrew from a strategic Black Sea island today, snake island is located near Ukraine's Black Sea port of Odessa. It had been the target of relentless attacks national security correspondent JJ green joins us live with some details about a big moment for the NATO alliance and the world, JJ. President Biden said the U.S. is doing exactly what he said it would do if Russia invaded Ukraine. Well, station more ships in here in Spain. We're stationing more air defense in Italy in Germany. More F-35s in the United Kingdom and to strengthen our eastern Flank, new permanent headquarters for the army 5th corps in Poland. Another brigade combat team is going to be added in Romania and they're going to be more rotational deployments in the Baltics. Things are changing to adapt to the world as we have it today. And the part of that adaptation was adding China to NATO's to do list, addressing what mister Biden calls systemic challenges that China poses to a rules based world order, reporting live, JJ green, WTO feed news. And Russia's foreign ministers come out with a bold and ominous statement today about the war in Ukraine. What have you learned JJ? Well, Sergei Lavrov Russia's foreign minister said today that a new iron curtain is descending between Moscow and the west and this statement is no surprise Anne and Sean. But it is important because it seems to be an official pronouncement. This came about as a result, obviously, of the Kremlin's invasion of Ukraine and like everything else that's taken place in this conflict, there is a Russian government threat lurking in the background behind those words and it goes beyond what we actually see. Live Roth said during a press conference in the Belarusian capital of Minsk, the process has already begun of this iron curtain lowering and when we read between the lines we see, Belarus is no longer an independent country. And this curtain, when it falls, Belarus is going to be on the Russian side of that curtain. JJ, thanks. You're welcome. WTO's JJ green up ahead after traffic and weather. An orthopedic surgeon makes a President Biden says the need to protect abortion rights should cause

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"high court" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

03:27 min | 8 months ago

"high court" Discussed on WTOP

"Is our producer and just ahead Justice Stephen breyer formally announces his retirement from the Supreme Court while President Biden again vows to fulfill a campaign promise Not so fast some caution against a quick confirmation process for the next high court nominee On Capitol Hill I'm Mitchell Miller More bodies are found from a capsized boat off the Florida coast strong growth for the economy in 2021 can at last we'll talk to bank rates Mark Hamrick at two 40 News time two 31 Supreme Court Justice Steven breyer now confirms what's been out there for a day that he will step down at the end of the current high court term President Biden pays tribute to the retiring justice and lays out his plans to nominate a successor next month The president called it a bittersweet day fondly recalling memories of Stephen breyer as a staffer for the Senate Judiciary Committee in the 1970s Everyone knows that Steven breyer has been an exemplary justice Amid divisions in the country briar briefly spoke of the American experiment of self governance It's an experiment that's still going on Mister Biden said he'll consult senators from both parties and that he intends to name a replacement for breyer by the end of February I've made no decision except one If I was to nominate the first black woman to the high court Stephen portnoy CBS News Washington Meantime Senate Democrats obviously want to move swiftly to confirm justice breyer's successor but some Republicans say not so fast More on that from Capitol Hill and WTF's Mitchell Miller I felt that the timetable for the last nominee was to compress Main Republican Susan Collins the only GOP senator who voted against Amy Coney Barrett who was approved shortly before the 2020 presidential election This time there is no need for any rush But Democrats eager to give a boost to President Biden hope to move quickly on his nominee The Senate Judiciary Committee will hold hearings and there are steps Republicans on the panel can take to slow things down But as Democrats learn during the hearings for the most recent nominee they can only go so far On Capitol Hill Mitchell Miller WTO P news Some major economic news the U.S. economy last year grew at the fastest pace since the 80s The commerce department reports the economy ended 2021 growing at a solid 6.9% annual pace from October through December For the year that brought growth to 5.7% The strongest calendar year growth since 1984 following a recession 2020 ones growth also came on a rebound from 2020s brief but devastating coronavirus recession economists do expect the expansion to continue this year but with COVID-19 caseloads still high and inflation putting a squeeze on things the pace is expected to be slower Ben Thomas Washington More than 14 million Americans have signed up to get health coverage this year through Affordable Care Act insurance marketplaces The report from the Department of Health and Human Services says that beats the previous record enrollment by nearly 2 million The popularity of the plans is good news for President Biden who's made expanding access to affordable health insurance one of his principal domestic policy goals A January 15th was the deadline for federal open enrollment but 5 state run marketplaces along with DCs remain open for consumers to buy health coverage for this year Up ahead on TOP will update you on the search for bodies off the coast of Florida from a capsized boat to.

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"high court" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

01:36 min | 10 months ago

"high court" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Now to Washington D.C. with the world national news Nathan All right Matt thanks got a lot of breaking news crossing the Bloomberg terminal right now The Supreme Court is leaving the Texas 6 week abortion ban in force for now It is a mixed ruling for this law that's been in place since September the first the high court says Texas abortion providers can sue over the state's ban but the justices are allowing the law itself to remain in effect This comes after more than a month after arguments over the law that makes abortion illegal after cardiac activity is detected in a fetus New York governor Kathy hochul has ordered all businesses in the state to require masks indoors if they don't have a COVID vaccine requirement in a statement the governor says her top two priorities are to protect the health of New Yorkers and to protect the health of our economy She says the temporary measure she is taking will accomplish that through the holiday season After nearly a year of fighting extradition Julian Assange is a step closer to being sent to the U.S. to face espionage charges we get that story from Bloomberg's UN pots in London The UK's high court says the WikiLeaks founder can be extradited to the U.S. the decision reverses an early ruling that had blocked the request from Washington over fears that prison conditions in the United States could result in Julian Assange's suicide The decision moves the U.S. another step closer to prosecuting Assange on charges of espionage for his role in releasing hundreds of thousands of pages of classified documents in London I'm your impotent by gradient Tributes to the late senator Bob Dole are moving to the Washington national cathedral in about an hour His funeral service will.

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"high court" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

04:20 min | 2 years ago

"high court" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"The resource is communities receive and the power they wield. However, in areas that were not counted, census officials say they will use a statistical technique called imputation. Which uses the characteristics and sides of neighboring households to fill in the gaps of homes with missing data. I'm Mike Hampton, campaigning in full swing now for the presidential candidates. Joe Biden, not on the campaign trail and President Trump is in Florida this afternoon, and reportedly, the Trump inviting campaigns are lawyering up ahead of the possibility that the election's decided in the courts each side trying to build some momentum. After last night's final debate, BBC Suzanne Sauce Ville asked Senator Ed Markey and his challenger, Kevin O'Connor, how they thought each did in Nashville. Not surprising, Senator Markey thought Biden won and O'Connor thought the president pulled out a win. For Marquis Trump's biggest problem was his credibility. People milled in a very high percentage of all of the contents from the president. Just not true. But O'Connor disagrees. I don't think so. I think that the vice president of fiction, whether it is with truth, I asked Marquis if he could say one good thing about the president and his debate performance. He couldn't think of anything. But O'Connor did have something good to say about Biden kind of when he does Well, he shows empathy for people, and I appreciate and admire that in all my leaders. Unfortunately, he's not affected. Suzanne Sauce Ville W. B C. Boston's NewsRadio, Mississippi's attorney general, petitioning the Supreme Court asking it to review that state's 15 week abortion ban a case could prompt the high Court to revisit Roe vs Wade On Thursday, Mississippi again asked the Supreme Court to take up its 15 week abortion ban, a case that has the potential to overturn Roe v. Wade and dramatically alter the landscape of abortion access. The petition came within hours of the Senate Judiciary Committee voting to advance Amy Cockney Barrett's nomination to the Supreme Court. Teeing up a full Senate confirmation vote on Monday move that will give the high court a 63 conservative majority that is CBS is Kate Smith. Senators will be working over the weekend, a rare weekend session as they work on the confirmation. It's an annual story. Massachusetts poor bridges, mass dot secretary Stephanie Paul, it said. So at the mast on meeting with nieces, Karen Regal spoke to someone who explains what it's going to take to fix those bridges in short money and long term planning, says John Poor VI, the head of the construction industries of Massachusetts. I think the state doing the best job they can with the The resource is that they've been given, but it's clearly not enough resources to take care of a problem that affects every points out. Federal money can't go to a local bridges because the federal government says Massachusetts as the fourth worst bridges in the nation. That Fed money has to go on to say patching up the 4 95 bridge over the Merrimack rather than making the temporary work bridge over the Merrimack and Lowell. Ah, permanent, satisfactory Bridge. The temporary work bridge, by the way, went up in 1983 and is still standing. Cameron Regal W B Z, Boston's NewsRadio updating now the numbers from the Massachusetts Department of Public House latest numbers on covert 19 out this afternoon, second straight day. The numbers are over 900 newly reported cases today. 968. There were 19 newly reported deaths. In Massachusetts on his work continues to find treatments at a vaccine for covert 19 1 drug has been found to be beneficial fighting the virus. You might even have some at your own house Hospitalized Rota virus patients who were taking a daily low dose aspirin had a significantly lower risk of complications and death compared to those who were not taking aspirin. That's according to researchers at the University of Maryland School of Medicine, they found aspirin takers were less likely. To end up in an I C U or hooked up to a ventilator matters. CBS is Jim Crow Sula. Scientists in Britain, looking for a new tool in the fight against Corona virus have taken their search underground wastewater is being checked for traces of Corona virus at nearly 100 sewage plants across the UK scientists from British universities have been testing sludge since the spring. After realizing fragments of covert nineteens.

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"high court" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

02:10 min | 2 years ago

"high court" Discussed on WTOP

"Next member of the high Court more from W. T. Opie's Mitchell Miller today on the hill to all who got us here, Thank you very much. The chair of the Senate Judiciary Committee Lindsey Graham, who has set next Thursday for the panels vote on the nomination of Amy Cockney Barrett. Her approval in committee will then send her vote to the full Senate, which is expected to confirm her only days ahead of the election. Democrats realize they don't have the votes to stop it from happening. But Senator Sheldon Whitehouse says the Republicans reversal after earlier efforts to block President Obama's nominee during an election year will have consequences. Your credibility to make that argument at any time in the future will die in this room and on that Senate floor on Capitol Hill, Mitchell Miller w T. O P News Update here in the health of former New Jersey governor Chris Christie, who was recently battling a Corona virus infection. Christie is out of the hospital after several days in the I C u, he says. Now that He was wrong not to wear a mask at the White House event that honor Judge Amy Cockney Barrett and in his debate prep sessions with President Trump, Christie's now urging people to follow the best practices like wearing a mask and social distancing, he says, however, there is middle ground between extensive large scale shutdowns in reopening cities and states without taking proper precautions. Wisconsin man has been charged in connection to an alleged plot to kidnap Michigan's governor, Gretchen Whitmer, and the details were learning seemed to get more and more busy. Are not only was this group allegedly going to try to kidnap Wittmer. They also discussed sending a fake delivery person to her vacation cottage to shooter. Another plan was to somehow get her into a small boat, take her out onto a lake, disable the engine and lever there. 1/14 suspect has been charged in connection with all this for allegedly providing night vision goggles and the dash cam. For surveillance. Some of these people involved were at that meeting in Ohio, where they discussed kidnapping Virginia Governor Ralph Northam. That is w t. O p national security correspondent J. J. Green on update now on the wildfire situation in California, where there's new warnings posted a red flag warning is in effect in much of Northern California from the South Bay all the way north to the Oregon.

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"high court" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO

Newsradio 600 KOGO

03:53 min | 2 years ago

"high court" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO

"Judge Amy Cockney Barrett. Defended her independence but also gave no hint as to how she may rule from the high Court of confirmed John Decker has more from the White House. Texas Senator John Cornyn was among the Republican Judiciary Committee members who defended Judge Barrett from accusations that she may have agreed to rule certain ways. In cases that may come before her on the high court judge. You're not willing to make a deal. No senator corn and I'm not willing to make a deal with the committee. Not with the president. Not with anyone. I'm independent. Democratic California Senator Dianne Feinstein was frustrated that Barrett would not disclose her views on Roe v. Wade, which legalized abortion. It's distressing not to get a straight answer. During Day two's questioning, Bharat refused to say whether she agreed with the land. More 2015 Supreme Court ruling that same sex marriage is a constitutionally protected right. Meantime, it looks like the judge isn't taking or referencing any notes. During her hearing's During Day two, Texas Senator John Cornyn asked Barry to hold up her reference paper. After several hours worth of answering questions. She held up a blank note pad with only a letter had reading United States Senate on it. Courtroom, broke out in laughter before corn and told her how impressive that is Corn and said most of the senators have multiple notebooks and books in front of them throughout the process. The mutual NBC News Radio Weekly Update on the status of each county in the States Color coded monitoring system is released and we stay in the Red County public Health officer, Dr Wilma Wooten says she's hopeful that if everyone follows the face mask and social distancing guidelines, we can move from red into a less restrictive tear during a presentation to county Supervisor's doctor wouldn't also urged everyone to get a flu shot and by getting the flu shot. This helps to keep people out of the hospital. So that we can manage any increased Kobe 19 cases that need to be admitted in her report. Doctor wouldn't told supervisors that of the 840 people in the county who have died of Cove in 1949% have been among the Hispanic community. Eli Lilly is halting its testing of a possible antibody treatment for covert 19 because of AH possible safety concern. NBC health policy analyst, Dr Vin Gupta says it's all part of the process pauses and clinical trials are common and the fact that the pharmaceutical companies are actually initiating the pause versus being told by the FDA. Teo do a regulatory hold is a really good sign. Antibody treatments involve taking the antibodies created by a previously infected patient and putting them into a newly infected patient. Ah covered 19 vaccine trial is now underway in national City to Your vaccine study is a partnership with the city of National City, U C. San Diego Health and San You see Joe Health, National City Mayor Alejandro Sotelo Soly says it's important to have the trial and communities that have been impacted disproportionately due to covert 19 is also setting us up for Potential distribution of vaccines. If and when a vaccine is approved and taking care of. We will be able to be a location for others to get the vaccine as a distribution site. Potentially, she says. She wants people to find out more about eligibility and vaccines in the vaccine trial, and you confined Mohr at covert vaccine. SD dot com Maryland HAIDER KOGO News Some students at point Loma Nazarian University or sheltering in place after the school discovered a cluster of Corona Virus cases, the school hopes by sheltering in place contact tracing will be easier or 10 news reporting partner Mary Mackenzie has the latest. It'll be easier to keep track of the kids who were in these residents halls If they are sheltering.

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"high court" Discussed on AP News

AP News

11:26 min | 2 years ago

"high court" Discussed on AP News

"After Ruth Vader Ginsberg death the big question facing Washington is whether president trump will nominate someone to take her high court seat and if the Senate will confirm that when Anson and Scalia died during the 2016 race president Obama nominated Merrick garland for Scully as seat and hopefully look to the GOP led Senate I hope they're fair the very next day the Senate will not confirm this nominee John Cornyn and fellow Republicans did not even give garland a hearing saying the next president should get to make the pick this year though GOP chief Mitch McConnell says the full Senate will vote on a trump High Court nominee Sager mag ani Washington

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"high court" Discussed on AP News

AP News

11:26 min | 2 years ago

"high court" Discussed on AP News

"After Ruth Vader Ginsberg death the big question facing Washington is whether president trump will nominate someone to take her high court seat and if the Senate will confirm that when Anson and Scalia died during the 2016 race president Obama nominated Merrick garland for Scully as seat and hopefully look to the GOP led Senate I hope they're fair the very next day the Senate will not confirm this nominee John Cornyn and fellow Republicans did not even give garland a hearing saying the next president should get to make the pick this year though GOP chief Mitch McConnell says the full Senate will vote on a trump High Court nominee Sager mag ani Washington

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"high court" Discussed on AP News

AP News

11:26 min | 2 years ago

"high court" Discussed on AP News

"After Ruth Vader Ginsberg death the big question facing Washington is whether president trump will nominate someone to take her high court seat and if the Senate will confirm that when Anson and Scalia died during the 2016 race president Obama nominated Merrick garland for Scully as seat and hopefully look to the GOP led Senate I hope they're fair the very next day the Senate will not confirm this nominee John Cornyn and fellow Republicans did not even give garland a hearing saying the next president should get to make the pick this year though GOP chief Mitch McConnell says the full Senate will vote on a trump High Court nominee Sager mag ani Washington

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"high court" Discussed on WTMJ 620

WTMJ 620

02:11 min | 2 years ago

"high court" Discussed on WTMJ 620

"It's going to continue to rain after that alot of 71 rain tomorrow morning with a high of 85 right now scattered showers and 80 CBS News Update a defeat at the Supreme Court for President Trump. The High Court by 72 votes ruled that the New York State grand jury is able to obtain Mr Trump's financial records House Speaker Nancy Pelosi. The victory is for the Constitution of the United States. The process will take longer, but that's not what was truly important here. I'm Stephen Portnoy. President. Trump responded to the court's decision with a string of tweets. Courts in the past have given broad difference, He writes, but not me. He wants to keep fighting local prosecutors and a quote politically corrupt New York Justices rejected Mr Trump's arguments that as president, he enjoys absolute immunity from local grand jury subpoenas. In the second case, the court said, the House does have the right to obtain records, too. The House has to show a need. It's unclear right now, if any records in either case will be turned over before the election this November. CBS NEWS Update. I'm Steve Futterman. W T. M J News time for 32. From the W T. M J Breaking News Center. Face coverings could soon be required in the city of Milwaukee. W T. M. J's Alex Crows Live in the breaking news Center. Yeah, John the meeting was in the Milwaukee Common Council is Health Committee meeting today they Had a debate over whether or not those masks should be required. Alderman Scott Speicher says an amendment should be added for outdoor seating areas that a business owner would not be in violation of this ordinance if they permitted people outside on their patio, say, too, if they are seated space six feet apart. Do not wear the mask. That amendment was not adopted after health commissioner Genetic, Wallach said it could pose a danger to employees. The mandate passed on a 3 to 1 vote out of the Health and Safety Committee. It will now move to the full common Council. A mural rating defund the police painted on North Water Street, Milwaukee that's coming off city says it's painted over traffic markings, and it could be slippery when wet both our safety concerns. City's public works director says the message has been heard loud and clear, and that the removal quote does not diminish the voices calling for change. Another.

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"high court" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

KLIF 570 AM

02:07 min | 2 years ago

"high court" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

"Drains of all kinds from residential to commercial. If you're not flowing, they'll get it going online at N t x c p dot com That's nt x e p dot com. Of given Robert's efforts to control the spiking numbers of confirmed Corona virus cases in that state correspondent Nadia Remembering reports this Governor Abbott, issuing an executive order making facemask mandatory and counties with 20 or more positive cases, impacting more than 60% of Texans to the East Arkansas reported nearly 900 new cases and less than 24 hours. The largest single day increase in the states since the pandemic began and a new record high in Florida, with more than 10,000 new cases reported Thursday. I'm not a Romero report in California the mood's gone from optimistic to sour as virus cases and hospitalizations rise heading into the joint forthe weekend ever govern. Newsome is ordered Barson Indoor restaurant dining closed in most of the states. The beaches are off limits, and he's searching Californians to avoid holiday gatherings with family and friends. Since Memorial Day, California is gone from a pandemic success story to a cautionary tale. In tents. That's the lieutenant governor there was doubling down on comments he made this week about Dr Anthony Fauci. Tree. Clinton Nevel Explain, Texas Lieutenant Governor Dan Patrick was asked during a Fox News interview this week about doctor found cheese comments regarding Texas skipping over steps and its phased reopening plan. His response got criticism. I don't need his advice any more. No, thank you, Dr Fauci Nail Patrick, taking his comments further inferring politics are involved. He claims Valachi took swipes that Republican led states but not democratic ones like California or New York, who, he noted. Both have higher covert 19 death rates than Texas Clayton. Devil Down this, Franco has agreed to take up the dispute over House Democrats access Two redacted grand jury material from former special counsel Robert Mueller's Russian probe. High Court is expected to hear that case in the next term, which begins in October. I'm Elliot Francis. I'm Leon Nathan, co creator of the hit podcast. Slow Burn. I'm here to tell you.

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"high court" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

01:57 min | 2 years ago

"high court" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"For the High Court is struck down a Louisiana law requiring doctors who perform abortions to have admitting privileges at local hospitals the swing vote chief justice John Roberts siding with the court's liberal weighing in striking down the Louisiana law which was similar to a Texas abortion law previously tossed out by the High Court in a separate case it was appeal denied the Supreme Court refusing to block the pending executions of four federal inmates convicted child killer the executions would mark the first use of the death penalty on the federal level since two thousand three the justices rejected an appeal from four inmates who were convicted of killing children of course actually is no obstacle standing in the way of the executions the first of which is scheduled for July thirteenth correspondent Jeremy house effectively corralling the coronavirus big challenges cases spike in more than two dozen states propping seventeen states to hit the pause button on re opening what a governor Ron DeSantis says young people are driving the increase in his state so he doesn't have a problem with the ban on alcohol consumption at bars you can't control those I mean like I said they're they're younger people I mean they're going to do what they're gonna do and I think that the the pubs was mostly just a matter of administration there was no way to insure compliance because it was so widespread non compliance the audio courtesy of W. E. A. R. T. V. Americans flooded back into the housing market last month the number of people signing home buying contracts surgeon record forty four point three percent in may that followed a record shattering decline here in the month of April on Wall Street stocks are sharply higher this hour right now the Dow is up four hundred sixteen points yes and he had twenty nine the nasdaq composite index up fifty one points more on these stories the town hall dot com think of all financial risk and is not suitable for all investors stock market have you nervous with all the massive fluctuations with the impact of corona virus and the.

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"high court" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

KLIF 570 AM

02:16 min | 2 years ago

"high court" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

"High Court justice Gorsuch writing in this opinion saying that today we decide that whether an employer can fire someone simply for being homosexual or transgender and the answer is clear an employer who fires an individual for being homosexual or transgender fires that person for treats that would not have been questioned by members of a different sex the White House is considering another two trillion in economic stimulus business correspondent Christine Romans has traded by Sir Peter Navarro says the administration wants a two trillion dollar package focused on can hire Americans get another court decision today the High Court is passed up several challenges to state and federal gun control laws over the decided to conservative justices in this just in the food and drug administration has no pulled its emergency authorization for hydroxy core quintet Hilaria drugs prescribed for coronavirus the Dow down to sixty I'm Mike marks news brought to you by quicken loans K. L. A. F. Soto weight loss newsdesk this is a real news and information five seventy KLIF good morning I'm Amy shall drop here's what's happening Texas's primary runoff election is almost upon us and if you want to vote in it your face a deadline today's the last day Texans have to register to vote or update their addresses for the July fourteenth primary runoff election the election was postponed for made because of the cold at nineteen pandemic most interest probably going to Democrats who will choose who they want to run against Republican incumbent senator John Cornyn there are also fifteen congressional primaries now headed into the second round Dennis Martin J. L. A. F. news a domestic disturbance in fort worth led to the arrest of a Dallas police officer who is accused of entering his ex wife's home without permission fort worth police were called out to valley Vista drive early Sunday where they arrested forty one year old James Gordon on a charge of criminal trespass of a habitation Gordon has been with DPD since twenty fourteen he was assigned to the Dallas southwest patrol division he bonded out of jail and will be placed on administrative leave according to Dallas police another check on traffic.

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"high court" Discussed on AP News

AP News

13:24 min | 2 years ago

"high court" Discussed on AP News

"Women were hearing in the Duchess of Sussex is a legal case against a British tabloid is set to take place in Britain's High Court has Meghan challenges the publication of a letter she wrote to her father he's suing the mail on Sunday and its parent company associated newspapers for publishing a letter she wrote to her father Thomas Markle the civil lawsuit accuses the newspaper of copyright infringement misuse of private information I'm violating Britain's data protection rules analysts have compared the case to the late princess Diana's lawsuit over photographs showing how exercising on gym equipment that case was settled before it was hurting called Thomas Markle strained relationship with his daughter has complicated Meghan's entry into the British royal family Charles through this month London

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AP News

13:24 min | 2 years ago

"high court" Discussed on AP News

"Sweden's interior minister says authorities are receiving worrying reports about full outdoor dining and cranking I think he doesn't want to see any crowded outdoor restaurants to stop them or elsewhere guidelines must be followed otherwise operations will be closed the Swedish government on Friday also the country is 290 municipalities to report on how restaurants and cafes following the public health authorities advise Sweden has so far opted for relatively liberal policies to fight the corona virus pandemic I'm Charles the last month women were hearing in the Duchess of Sussex is a legal case against a British tabloid is set to take place in Britain's High Court has Meghan challenges the publication of a letter she wrote to her father he's suing the mail on Sunday and its parent company associated newspapers for publishing a letter she wrote to her father Thomas Markle the civil lawsuit accuses the newspaper of copyright infringement misuse of private information I'm violating Britain's data protection rules analysts have compared the case to the late princess Diana's lawsuit over photographs showing how exercising on gym equipment that case was settled before it was hurting called Thomas Markle strained relationship with his daughter has complicated Meghan's entry into the British royal family Charles through this month London

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"high court" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

03:04 min | 2 years ago

"high court" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Difference until this week when the High Court ordered the government to do more to enforce a ban on single use plastics those same plastics which blocked the drains adding to the flood danger the government's been told to ban them from hotels motels restaurants in coastal areas within a year it's also been ordered to enforce the law which already exists banning plastic bags Akbar Hossain is our man in the capital Dhaka this is a serious issue in Bangladesh because this is a nation of five hundred and sixty million people and that the use of plastics is huge in the country the one of the environment research organization in Bangladesh this a local organization they revealed a survey last year who says that about eight D. seven thousand pounds of single use plastics are thrown away every causing plastics to entire food chain in you know and and causing other environmental hazards so it is causing a huge help concern and environment concern in the country Bangladesh also suffers periodically from quite devastating flooding I guess the fact that plastics don't degrade if they're being thrown away they can block up drainage channels and actually make the funding worse apart from flooding you know the nature of the flooding every Monson from April to September we experience heavy rainfall and the problem is causing more concerning the cities because all these bags and bottles and other one time plastics ended up in the drainage system which actually creates a problem for foster drainage working out during the monsoon season so people get stuck in the water for hours even after a small amount of rain this is not new news because we already have these laws in Bangladesh dictating curbs on the use of single plastics and polythene bags and so forth how much of a difference is going a B. now that the High Court has said that the government's just going to do more to enforce these rules in two thousand to about what this government banned one time plastic use Tina plastic bags but dad band actually produced little impact on the society because people they didn't care about the plastic use they were using the plastic bags and a one time plastic left and right environment elected as they say that the first if the government wants to deal the problem they must stop the plastic production so if it is manageable to stop the plastic production in the country they would have to given the alternative so then they can use other things instead of plastics use of Jude could be one of the alternatives for the user side and you're saying that there's a plastics industry in Bangladesh making the plastic bags and as we've seen a law that's been in place for nearly twenty years has not really been follow through is the plastics industry a relatively powerful lobby when it comes to government circles in Bangladesh this is a paradox very interesting because at one and the government is saying that old one to encourage the use of plastics on the other hand the government is encouraging them plastic businessman to produce more plastic so that they can export plastic you know and things that broad the government is in a fix sexually.

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"high court" Discussed on WDRC

WDRC

01:47 min | 2 years ago

"high court" Discussed on WDRC

"From corporations the High Court upheld the affordable Care Act Chief Justice John Roberts siding with the liberal judges perhaps the biggest societal change came in twenty fifteen the court now homes that same sex couples may exercise the fundamental right to marry in all states justice Anthony Kennedy now retired as for who's on the court when justice Antonin Scalia died Senate Republican leader Mitch McConnell blocked president Obama's nominee Merrick garland so when Donald Trump became president he got to nominate Neil Gorsuch then one of the most contentious confirmation hearings in history over Brett Kavanaugh drank beer we like beer the Senate divided over whether to believe allegations of youthful sexual abuse Cavanaugh was narrowly confirmed one of his court colleagues Ruth Bader Ginsburg achieved rock star status among liberals earning the nickname notorious RBG with fox on just as Hank wind loom fox news we can forge a new beginning on the Lars Larsen show which is your user conservative talk radio is what you're saying about my voice is loud and strong and it's good and I appreciate the support honestly provocative this is a very big deal with so does this welcome back to the Lars Larsen show pleasure to be with you and we will get back to your calls later at eight six six eight Mars that's eight six six four three nine five two seven seven if you send an email they all come to me not to a producer and in turn talk at Lars Larsen dot com if you think about the conflict.

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