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Retired Holyoke Soldiers’ Home leader Paul Barabani testifies before Congress, calling for more federal aid to support vets’ homes amid pandemic

WBZ Midday News

00:54 sec | Last week

Retired Holyoke Soldiers’ Home leader Paul Barabani testifies before Congress, calling for more federal aid to support vets’ homes amid pandemic

"Of the soldiers home in Holyoke, calling for greater federal oversight of state veterans homes. At least 76 veterans died. And Holyoke from Covert. 19 retired Massachusetts Army National Guard Colonel Paul Barrow. Bonnie telling a House Veterans affairs subcommittee that a lack of state support at the Holyoke home has long been an issue for veterans in Western Mass. When asked what he would have liked to have done differently regarding the soldiers, So, Massachusetts governor Baker said. The Pearlstein report made it clear that his administration's department of veteran services did not properly oversee the superintendent. For the long term care facility, it responded. That one's on us, The independent report found an ousted superintendent Bennett Walls, was not qualified to run a long term care facility. Rabbani represents the Holy Oak Soldiers Home Coalition, which is pushing for more funding and staffing there and construction off a new home in New Hampshire.

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"holyoke" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

02:03 min | Last month

"holyoke" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"Include Holyoke, Jules Berg, Pleasant Valley in 16 mile corner will keep an eye on these storms that are developing to the north. Throughout the night tonight, a divided Tri County Board of Health voted to issue an order. To mandate the wearing of masks in a rappel Adams and Douglas counties. Arapahoe County Jan Raynard Yes, Dr Thomas Farewell know the final vote was 5 to 4. The order does allow counties and local governments to opt out. During the virtual meeting, unhappy members of the public made unauthorized interruptions. You forgot no from we, the people. The mask mandate will be affected for 90 days but can be amended, extended or rescinded before that time. United Airlines, the biggest carrier, a DEA says it plans to furlough close to 36,000 employees across America across the country. United employees 95,000 people, including 7000 in Denver. United says the workforce reduction is needed to offset the economic impact on its business caused by the Corona virus pandemic and if they are furloughed. Will be the first in line when United it's able to rehire workers. Jury Belle que AWAY NEWS Radio United Airlines says it will begin furloughing up to 2820 employees that DEA starting October 1st Jeffco public schools, letting parents, students and staff see the final version of its plan to restart school K through 12 Scoot. Students will return to school on August 24th a week later than usual, to give staff an opportunity to train and make sure school's air safe and healthy for in person learning. Students who come back to the school buildings will have to wear a mask and practice social distancing use of common spaces such as cafeterias, gyms and auditoriums will be prohibited Jeffco plants full capacity for in classroom learning, but will also give families the option to opt for remote online learning. And the body of three year old Sebastian Castro has been recovered near the Eagle River. It is a case of possible.

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"holyoke" Discussed on The Young Jurks

The Young Jurks

04:52 min | Last month

"holyoke" Discussed on The Young Jurks

"So when the even though they're lost, we give them a guides are showing the experience and they leave what a way more knowledge during what they left with. That's what we preach on. What makes us stand out from other dispensaries? The fact that we are. We praise on great customer service. Definitely and I know the owners care about the community to they have to make sure make a disclosure in the past. They have actually given us a contribution to this show to keep us going. So I like Erica bag, I'd like Eric where he comes from to comes from advocacy. For this, like well before it was ever legal. So they're good people my book you worked for. Right. You're in a city holyoke. that as a bit economically, I think arms by the war cannabis the war on drugs is. Like how is this cannabis visits at other business? Is it helping you? They holyoke? It's how has like I know the mayor's Young Mayor Berry Pro Canada's but is there any pushback in the city or is everyone really happy about this happening? Yeah, I mean, it's I. Think I. Think Everybody's on board because you know holding has been under as been under the you know has really been popular. It's been it's been going down you know if You know revenue and you know it's been really dead. He's passed fifteen twenty years I've been here and not ever and the dispensary coming off like it's just GonNa bring more revenue into the city. You know we've got people that never had been here. You know new new faces coming from wherever you know to come over here and see us often I guess is going to bring more more traction more revenue in is GonNa do great far city man rogue great for city. Awesome and a what do you got for sale today? You got pre rolls you got quarters AIDS. We got everything we got everything you name it. We got it. We've even got hot sauce. Hot Sauce. Infused hot. Sauce. Because Beacon. Is there a big demand for that. Two people there was like a hot seller. Just dropped it's one of our hottest you know products on the market right now just dropping were stoned like hotcakes also anything else the people should look forward Kim provision are flower man we've got the best variety of flowers we have. We have the best growers around you know top line talk show. We have the best concentrates are edibles are phenomenal We have people coming back..

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"holyoke" Discussed on The Young Jurks

The Young Jurks

04:46 min | Last month

"holyoke" Discussed on The Young Jurks

"Mike Crawford here young jerks. We've a special episode today. Lot to get to. People probably want to talk about mass can't. We may definitely later but I guess right now live remote from the city of Holyoke. He's a store manager newly opened dispensary today. Our friends can't provision holyoke Isaiah's Lopez what's up man? Going on Mike. Are. You Living Man I'm doing good I'm kind of like. Tired freaking out about. Being behind the board but grant Kinda took over again. kind of aggravated with him because he did it too soon. I'm like, let me run and he's running it. It's funny. But we good how you doing, I. Mean You. You're dealing with real craziness going on today man it ain't crazy when you having fun. It's exciting. I love it man this is in my world right here. Cannabis world's has always been my world. I'm just glad to be a part of it. And you had opening today at holyoke. How how is? How many customers you have still there and how many? All best. Ball Yeah, we've we've had a quite a bit walk through know we tracked a hundred already eating. We've you know we've had. We've got three boy line right now. No business is booming note the word is spreading fast too small city. So the word gets around very fast. And you're at holyoke where it's kind of ground zero like it. They're really supportive of cannabis I notice, right? Yes. So we have the mayor on our side to May was just a couple of hours ago we took care of him. Alex Morris is that WHO IT IS ALEX? Yeah Yeah. He's real big part is movement if wasn't for him we. Probably won't be headed this fall. And how long have you been with Kit Cana provision now, how long have you been working for them just recently or been working with them from up in here little less than a year I've been working for a kindergarten business. At the first location at mass and moved my way over to E-.

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Boston - Scathing Report Details Mismanagement During Holyoke Soldiers' Home Outbreak

Jay Talking

01:10 min | Last month

Boston - Scathing Report Details Mismanagement During Holyoke Soldiers' Home Outbreak

"Report report Religous Religous Stone, Stone, the the Holyoke Holyoke Soldier's Soldier's home, home, where where dozens dozens of of veterans veterans died died from from Corona Corona virus. virus. Here's Here's W. W. B B C's C's Karen Karen Regal. Calling the conditions in Holyoke shameful. Governor Baker said his administration failed to oversee the Holyoke soldiers home. Seeing the Department of Veterans Services did not supervise Superintendent Bennett Walsh. The report says Walsh was very unqualified in part Youto a fateful decision in late March to combine two units of veterans on Lee, some of whom were known to be covert positive into a single consolidated unit. Under deplorable conditions. The state secretary of veteran services has resigned. But Baker says he has complete faith and the secretary of health and human Services, as with the board of trustees that actually hired Bennett Walsh. Those seven people are appointed by Baker. At the Statehouse. Karen Regal W. B. Z Boston's NewsRadio attorney general, Maura Healey is investigating, saying it will determine whether the missteps and errors warrant legal action. Healy says the report provides AH, heart wrenching account of what went wrong in response to the Corona virus outbreak at the Holyoke soldiers home. A federal investigation is also underway.

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"holyoke" Discussed on Radio Boston

Radio Boston

03:47 min | Last month

"holyoke" Discussed on Radio Boston

"Welcome Radio Boston. Thank you for having me. And also with us is Peter Gray. He's a research professor of psychology. At Boston College author of free to learn and co-founder of let grow nonprofit that promotes child lead play Peter Focus. Make to you as well. Very happy to be here. So Dr Mollie I. Want To start with you and ask you kind of where kids fit into this pandemic. If we go back to when we first started learning about corona virus, there was some concern that they'd be so-called super spreaders. Have we learned any more about the role. Kids play in in spreading coronavirus. I think we have although there's still a lot to learn at the outset of the pandemic. Exactly as you said, most people really thought that this was going to follow the same pattern as other common respiratory viruses like the flu, where children are really unfortunately, the main vectors of transmission, and so a lot of people were worried if that was going to be the case. But we had read reports from China that really indicated that children were somewhat more likely to resist the negative consequences of disinfection and not get quite as sick. So that was the first puzzle. The second puzzle was that we found out from other countries like Iceland and Israel and other countries across the world that not only were children less likely to get sick. They were also less likely to even catch. Catch the virus in their nose and therefore less likely to spread it now. It isn't to say that they can't get sick from the virus. We certainly have unfortunately many examples of that, but they do seem to be more resistant to getting sick, and they also seem to be probably more resistant to serving as ping pong players to spread the virus across their families or other members of the community..

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"holyoke" Discussed on Radio Boston

Radio Boston

04:54 min | Last month

"holyoke" Discussed on Radio Boston

"A scathing report out today details Governor Baker calls an abject failure of leadership in the handling of the coronavirus outbreak at the soldiers home in Holyoke late March here. He is speaking at a press conference earlier today. Is this report reveals? Errors were made at the holyoke soldiers home before covid nineteen. More hours were made in preparation for Covid nineteen and still Maurer's were made during the homes initial clinical response to the pandemic in March. Wbu Ours Mariam. Wasser has been following the story and joins us now. Hey, Marian. Across. So. There's some pretty tough stuff in this report. Can you give us a sense? What were some of the key findings that were released it? Short so this report I'm and just a backup for a minute. This investigation was ordered by the governor in late March after came to life than a number of veterans had died in the holy soldiers home, and it was unclear why people higher up in the state didn't know about what happened. And if there was a miscommunication or some sort of cover up, which something people were talking about so this report that came out today first of all, it said there was no cover-up into the outbreak, which is something that we are looking for looking to to figure out But more importantly, the report found that the fact that the outbreak occurred is in itself an indication that the management team in State Department of veteran affairs failed. But I'm GonNa read a quote here from the report, said some critical decisions made by Mr Walsh, and he was the home superintendent who was put on administrative leave and his leadership team during the final two weeks of March twenty twenty were utterly baffling from an infection control perspective, and were inconsistent with homes mission to treat its veterans with honor and dignity. So, one of the most. Yeah, I know. One of the most striking example said by report is something that we have reported on in the past, which was the leadership's decision to combine two floors of residents in late March in on Friday march twenty seven. And this move they knowingly combined two floors of veterans were some had tested negative and some herbs some were presumed to be positive and had tested positive with patients with residents that were showing no.

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"holyoke" Discussed on Radio Boston

Radio Boston

04:53 min | Last month

"holyoke" Discussed on Radio Boston

"A scathing report out today details Governor Baker calls an abject failure of leadership in the handling of the coronavirus outbreak at the soldiers home in Holyoke late March here. He is speaking at a press conference earlier today. Is this report reveals? Errors were made at the holyoke soldiers home before covid nineteen. More hours were made in preparation for Covid nineteen and still Maurer's were made during the homes initial clinical response to the pandemic in March. Wbu Ours Mariam Wasser has been following the story and joins us now. Hey Marian. Across. So, there's some pretty tough stuff in this report. Can you give us a sense? What were some of the key findings that were released it? Short so this report. I'm and just a backup for a minute. This investigation was ordered by the governor in late, March after came to life than a number of veterans had died in the holy soldiers home, and it was unclear why people higher up in the state didn't know about what happened. And if there was a miscommunication or some sort of cover up, which something people were talking about so this report that came out today first of all, it said there was no cover-up into the outbreak, which is something that we are looking for looking to to figure out But more importantly, the report found that the fact that the outbreak occurred is in itself an indication that the management team in State Department of veteran affairs failed. But I'm GonNa read a quote here from the report, said some critical decisions made by Mr Walsh and he was the home superintendent who was put on administrative leave and his leadership team during the final two weeks of March, twenty twenty were utterly baffling from an infection control perspective, and were inconsistent with the homes mission to treat its veterans with honor and dignity. So one of the most, yeah, I know one of the most striking example said by report is something that we have reported on in the past, which was the leadership's decision to combine two floors of residents in late March in on Friday march twenty seven. And this move knowingly combined two floors of veterans were some had tested negative and some herbs some were presumed to be positive and had tested positive with patients with residents that were showing no symptoms so they they mixed presumably covert positive cova, negative patients and said that they did this first staffing shortage reasons..

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Report: 'Baffling' errors at vets home amid deadly outbreak

WBZ Midday News

01:00 min | Last month

Report: 'Baffling' errors at vets home amid deadly outbreak

"And the long awaited report on the Holyoke soldiers home has just been released this morning in a statement governor Charlie Baker says the report lays out in heartbreaking detail the terrible failures that unfolded at this facility and the tragic outcomes that follow and this is a nearly two hundred page report and it's the outlining a series of errors made by the leadership team at the Holyoke soldiers home that likely contributed to the scope and severity of this deadly outbreak the report says the worst decision was made on March twenty seventh that's one to locked dementia units housing veterans with a a mix mix of of Kobe Kobe covert covert nineteen nineteen statuses statuses were were combined combined the the staff staff at at the the home home called called that that move move quote quote total total pandemonium pandemonium and and a a nightmare nightmare the the report report goes on to cite a list of other failures including delays in testing and delays in closing common areas

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Veterans' Services head resigns over Soldiers' Home outbreak

WBZ Morning News

00:37 sec | Last month

Veterans' Services head resigns over Soldiers' Home outbreak

"Just hours before the first of several investigations is expected to drop into the Holyoke soldiers home ahead of veteran services in Massachusetts resigns his position Francisco Urena says he's sorry and tried his best to correct the situation before corona virus swept through an apology for the conditions that led to the outbreak that left dozens second dozens more dead separate state federal and independent investigations are now all under under way in what has been described as one of the worst outbreaks in a long term care facility anywhere in the United States at least seventy six veterans died in that

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"holyoke" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

03:33 min | 3 months ago

"holyoke" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"The first time the covert stricken Holyoke soldiers home sees no new cases of corona virus and no new deaths WBZ's Larry Kirby brings us up to date on the story of progress said last well that's little consolation for the families of the seventy one residents at Holyoke soldiers home who have died from corona virus the news is tremendous relief for those who remain for the last three days there has not been one new case of covert nineteen infecting residents and no new fatalities what happened at Holyoke home to veterans who fought for our freedom remains the focus of four separate investigations it now bears the dubious distinction of having the worst corona virus outbreak at any health care facility in the nation to date fifty nine percent of all deaths from covert nineteen in Massachusetts have occurred at long term care facilities Laurie Kirby WBZ Boston news radio and at nine thirty one Wall Street open for business let's turn our attention to Bloomberg's Tom Busby he joins us now Tom how're we kick off the new work week not a good start to the new week right now the Dow down two hundred seventy six points the nasdaq down the S. and P. lower this is all on worries about the virus weak economic data dismal earnings forecast and now president trump ramping up the rhetoric against China not good and Tom we've got more jobs numbers coming out later on in the week will brace for that we'll check in on those numbers again coming up in just a couple of minutes nine thirty two now people have been noticeably off the roads as of late but the highways death toll rate in this state is through the roof W. B. C.'s Jim McKay takes a look at the numbers so there is been a fifty percent drop of recorded traffic when comparing April of twenty twenty to April of twenty nineteen however there was one more deaths from car crashes this year compared to last mass start today will be breaking down the numbers and also putting out those warnings just because the roads are open doesn't give you a license to put the pedal to the metal mass start also sending out that reminder of taking only essential trips and police across the state especially on highways are stepping up speeding enforcement Jim McKay WBZ Boston news radio coming up thoughts of golf dancing through golfers heads and when will the courses open in Massachusetts that is the question maybe some progress and update soon nine thirty three we check traffic and weather together now the Subaru retailers of New England all wheel drive traffic on the threes once again it's Laurie granting hi Jeff of beautiful morning out there just want folks to be aware of those work crews that have set up and you're wondering what the heck is this delay here am I gonna get by it soon will here's the deal if you're traveling in Bedford ninety three north on the left hand lane is closed out that's between mystic Gavin Roosevelt circle that's long term drainage work going on there they're also set up I. ninety three southbound left hand lane is closed as well at the fells way in Attleboro ninety five southbound keep in mind the two right hand lanes are closed starting after exit three which is one twenty three and then just one right hand lane is closed off from exit to to the state line again that's in Attleboro Danvers were used to that or crude row right one twenty eight north bound and south bomb by Endicott street the southbound side slowing from route thirty five and the northbound side gets heavy right around one fourteen watch out for slow down there also ninety three southbound work continues by exit five in Londonderry New Hampshire it's paving crews out there today work crews also set up in either direction now on route two in Leominster Laurie granny WBZ's traffic on.

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"holyoke" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

03:51 min | 3 months ago

"holyoke" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Is building among family members of the dead at the Holyoke soldiers home they say officials there allowed the corona virus to spread unchecked and failed to protect their loved ones seventy veterans who tested positive for covert nineteen have died at the facility it is the deadliest known outbreak at a long term care facility in the United States a new leader has been installed in dozens of National Guard members have been sent there to help staffers say it's too little too late one employee says the damage has already been done a nurse at the home spoke with WBZ TV's Christina Hager doesn't take much to make yours well lately worry worry that's all I can do to reset king hasn't missed a day of work since the pandemic hit the soldiers home in Holyoke which is now lost more residents to cope with nineteen any nursing home in the country all military heroes in each time somebody passed you didn't have time to go through the grieving process that you would normally go through so affect you emotionally and mentally it wasn't until last week the longtime nurse hit her breaking point she talk with a counselor the state run facility brought in and went home early you continue to do the job to the best of your ability and continue to give care well I'll all time you're internalizing that this isn't the way it's supposed to be how do you stay at any time to greet these losses I don't think it's fully hit the staff including myself a hundred percent yet because we're still worried about people that are there every day I talk to workers who you know are literally breaking down Corey **** Brady is with the union that represents soldiers home employees he's been working with the state to make sure they have access to free mental health care just from talking to the workers I I see a second wave of people probably being out of work to do a mental health reasons eighty one employees have tested positive and so have seventy nine veterans who lived there plus seventy one others who tested positive have died is there anything that people can do to help that you ask they say protect each other we're all in this together Attorney General Maura Healey is considering legal action nationwide nursing homes and long term care facilities are being especially hard hit Bob Steven with the A. I. R. P. says almost one and a half million Americans live in nursing homes about half of them older than eighty and when you look at the technology rate for one of our worst if you're over AT your calorie rate is roughly six times that of the rest of us so that is why it's so critical look what's happening with that personal stuff and says people with loved ones in nursing homes should make sure staff has the personal protective equipment and training to help keep patients safe a check of sports traffic and weather coming up this is a Bloomberg money minute a busy week of first quarter earnings wraps up today with oil giants Exxon Mobil and chevron opening their books both are expected to have been battered by the collapse in oil prices with analysts projecting the smallest profit at Exxon Mobil in thirty one years just two hundred three million dollars Clorox is expected to deliver a strong first quarter profit is the pandemic boosted demand for its bleach and other disinfectants products quarterly losses for Kasparov Caribbean as it like other cruise lines remained stuck in port Berkshire Hathaway's annual meeting will be a decidedly different affair this year due to the crow the virus lockdowns weekend event usually draws tens of thousands to Omaha Nebraska here from chairman Warren Buffett about the state of the economy and Berkshire sprawling empire this year's event to be held Saturday afternoon will be virtual after the.

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"holyoke" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

03:51 min | 3 months ago

"holyoke" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Is building among family members of the dead at the Holyoke soldiers home they say officials there allowed the corona virus to spread unchecked and failed to protect their loved ones seventy veterans who tested positive for covert nineteen have died at the facility it is the deadliest known outbreak at a long term care facility in the United States a new leader has been installed in dozens of National Guard members have been sent there to help staffers say it's too little too late one employee says the damage has already been done a nurse at the home spoke with WBZ TV's Christina Hager doesn't take much to make yours little lately worry worry that's all I can do to reset king hasn't missed a day of work since the pandemic hit the soldiers home in Holyoke which is now lost more residents to cope in nineteen any nursing home in the country all military heroes in each time somebody passed you didn't have time to go through the grieving process that you would normally go through so effectual motion going mentally it wasn't until last week the longtime nurse hit her breaking point she topped with a counselor the state run facility brought in and went home early you continue to do the job to the best of your ability and continue to give care all up all time you're internalizing that this isn't the way it's supposed to be how do you stay at any time to greet these losses I don't think it's fully hit the staff including myself a hundred percent yet because we're still worried about people that are there every day I talk to workers who you know it literally breaking down Corey **** Brady is with the union that represents soldiers home employees he's been working with the state to make sure they have access to free mental health care just from talking to the workers I I see a second wave of people probably being out of work due to mental health reasons eighty one employees have tested positive and so have seventy nine veterans who live there plus seventy one others who tested positive have died is there anything that people can do to help that you ask they say protect each other we're all in this together Attorney General Maura Healey is considering legal action nationwide nursing homes and long term care facilities are being especially hard hit Bob Steven with the A. I. R. P. says almost one and a half million Americans live in nursing homes about half of them older than eighty and when you look at the technology rate for coronavirus if you're over AT your calorie rate is roughly six times that of the rest of us so that is why it's so critical look what happened to get that personal stuff and says people with loved ones in nursing homes should make sure staff has the personal protective equipment and training to help keep patients safe a check of sports traffic and weather coming up this is a Bloomberg money minute a busy week of first quarter earnings wraps up today with oil giants Exxon Mobil and chevron opening their books both are expected to have been battered by the collapse in oil prices with analysts projecting the smallest profit at Exxon Mobil in thirty one years just two hundred three million dollars Clorox is expected to deliver a strong first quarter profit is the pandemic boosted demand for its bleach and other disinfectants products quarterly losses for Kasparov Caribbean as it like other cruise lines remain stuck in port Berkshire Hathaway's annual meeting will be a decidedly different affair this year due to the growing of iris lockdowns the weekend event usually draws tens of thousands to Omaha Nebraska here from chairman Warren Buffett about the state of the economy and Berkshire sprawling empire this year's event to be held Saturday afternoon will be virtual after the.

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"holyoke" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

03:55 min | 3 months ago

"holyoke" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"President trump brushing off reports that he tore into his campaign manager he's also dismissing polls showing him running second president trump said in an interview with Reuters Wednesday that he believes China quote will do anything to make sure he doesn't win reelection he says that's because he's been tough on China the president also said he doesn't believe polls that show him falling behind presumptive democratic nominee Joe Biden the comments to Reuters follow the news that the president lashed out at his campaign manager late last week over internal polls showing him trailing Biden in key battleground states

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Spain outlines gradual lifting of restrictions

AP News Radio

00:45 sec | 3 months ago

Spain outlines gradual lifting of restrictions

"With Spain the death has toll outlined at sixty a loosening eight of so coronavirus far federal restrictions and Massachusetts the state first authorities step are on looking the road into a to corona national virus recovery outbreak at the state prime run minister Holyoke Pedro soldiers Sanchez home called the his home plan superintendent a road to Bennett a new Walsh normal who's been placed but on one administrative without leave a GPS has defended system his response individual and accuses exercise state officials will be allowed of falsely from Saturday claiming they as were well unaware as head counts of the scope on all of the the personalized problem Joe services Miller a nurse in who works most places at the home some says shops due to will persistent open on may staffing eleventh issues and workers socializing were constantly will be permitted moving between in outdoor units cafes and balls spreading the germs as well as services eighty one employees in churches have and tested mosques positive some for the regional virus authorities as have an so additional wanted eighty two to come residents out from the near hi total Mike Rossio freeze of social and economic life in stages on the different speeds depending on how provinces on islands who responded to the health crisis I'm Charles de Ledesma

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Nearly 70 dead in 'horrific' outbreak at veterans home

AP News Radio

00:34 sec | 3 months ago

Nearly 70 dead in 'horrific' outbreak at veterans home

"With the death toll at sixty eight so far federal and Massachusetts state authorities are looking into a corona virus outbreak at the state run Holyoke soldiers home the home superintendent Bennett Walsh who's been placed on administrative leave has defended his response and accuses state officials of falsely claiming they were unaware of the scope of the problem Joe Miller a nurse who works at the home says due to persistent staffing issues workers were constantly moving between units and spreading the germs eighty one employees have tested positive for the virus as have an additional eighty two residents hi Mike Rossio

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Nearly 70 dead in 'horrific' outbreak at veterans' home

AP News Radio

00:37 sec | 3 months ago

Nearly 70 dead in 'horrific' outbreak at veterans' home

"Pictures of the veterans that died sit on the front lawn of the Holyoke soldiers home where vets continue to diet investigators asked if they were denied proper medical care nurse Joan Miller says the corona virus spread like wildfire I do believe it is from the transferring of the vets from unit to unit as well as the floating of staff from unit to unit and in the beginning we were not given the proper PP is now eighty one employees a positive along with eighty two of the remaining residents were used to helping people to die with care with honor with dignity but not in this magnitude the home superintendent placed on administrative leave says state officials knew of the problems I'm Julie Walker

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Nearly 70 dead in 'horrific' outbreak at veterans' home

AP News Radio

00:49 sec | 3 months ago

Nearly 70 dead in 'horrific' outbreak at veterans' home

"Nearly seventy residents at a veterans home in Massachusetts have died from the corona virus as state and federal officials investigate the deadliest outbreak at a long term care facility in the U. S. pictures of the veterans that died sit on the front lawn of the Holyoke soldiers home where vets continue to diet investigators asked if they were denied proper medical care nurse Joan Miller says the corona virus spread like wildfire I do believe it is from the transferring of the vets from unit to unit as well as the floating of staff from unit to unit and in the beginning we were not given the proper PP is now eighty one employees are positive along with eighty two of the remaining residents were used to helping people to die with care with honor with dignity but not in this magnitude the home superintendent placed on administrative leave says state officials knew of the problems I'm Julie Walker

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Pence under fire for not wearing mask at Mayo Clinic

AP News Radio

00:50 sec | 3 months ago

Pence under fire for not wearing mask at Mayo Clinic

"Covert video nineteen feeds of pence's has ravaged visit to a home the Mayo for aging Clinic veterans appear to in show Massachusetts everyone but in the deadliest him known wearing outbreak a mask of a long term including care facility the FDA's in the United chief States bad sixty Minnesota's eight veteran governor residents who pence tested explained positive for his the virus apparent have violation died at of Holyoke the clinic's soldiers regulations home another as eighty vice two president residents of the United and States time eighty tested one for employees the coronavirus have tested on a regular positive basis state and says and federal he was following officials CDC are investigating guidelines among indicating questions those being with asked the virus were residents can prevent denied spreading proper medical it by care wearing a mask and it did and staffing since I problems don't have that have the plagued coronavirus the home for ugh years play I a thought role I'd be a good opportunity the home superintendent for me to be here has been placed to on be administrative able to speak to these leave researchers hi Mike these incredible Rossi healthcare up personnel and look him in the eye and and say thank you the Mayo Clinic tweeted he told parents about its mask policy before he showed up that tweet was later deleted and the clinic did not state why you wore at whose request Sager mag ani Washington

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Nearly 70 dead in 'horrific' outbreak at veterans home

AP News Radio

00:33 sec | 3 months ago

Nearly 70 dead in 'horrific' outbreak at veterans home

"Covert nineteen has ravaged a home for aging veterans in Massachusetts in the deadliest known outbreak of a long term care facility in the United States sixty eight veteran residents who tested positive for the virus have died at Holyoke soldiers home another eighty two residents and eighty one employees have tested positive state and federal officials are investigating among questions being asked were residents denied proper medical care and it did staffing problems that have plagued the home for years play a role the home superintendent has been placed on administrative leave hi Mike Rossi up

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Nearly 70 dead in 'horrific' outbreak at veterans home

AP News Radio

00:41 sec | 3 months ago

Nearly 70 dead in 'horrific' outbreak at veterans home

"Hi Mike Crossey a reporting a soldier's home in Massachusetts has been hit hard by covert nineteen with the death toll at sixty eight so far federal and Massachusetts state authorities are looking into a corona virus outbreak at the state run Holyoke soldiers home the home superintendent Bennett Walsh who's been placed on administrative leave has defended his response and accuses state officials of falsely claiming they were on aware of the scope of the problem Joe Miller a nurse who works at the home says due to persistent staffing issues workers were constantly moving between units and spreading the germs eighty one employees have tested positive for the virus as have an additional eighty two residents hi Mike Rossio

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Nearly 70 dead in 'horrific' outbreak at veterans home

AP News Radio

00:39 sec | 3 months ago

Nearly 70 dead in 'horrific' outbreak at veterans home

"Hi Mike Rossi a reporting nearly seventy have died in a corona virus outbreak at a veterans home covert nineteen has ravaged a home for aging veterans in Massachusetts in the deadliest known outbreak of a long term care facility in the United States sixty eight veteran residents who tested positive for the virus have died at Holyoke soldiers home another eighty two residents and eighty one employees have tested positive state and federal officials are investigating among questions being asked were residents denied proper medical care and it did staffing problems that have plagued the home for years play a role the home superintendent has been placed on administrative leave hi Mike Crossey up

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Boston - Two more veteran deaths at Soldiers’ Home in Holyoke, 62 in total

Jay Talking

00:15 sec | 3 months ago

Boston - Two more veteran deaths at Soldiers’ Home in Holyoke, 62 in total

"Holyoke soldiers home now says sixty two veteran residents have died fifty two having tested positive for covert nineteen at the Chelsea soldiers home sixteen veteran deaths twelve having tested positive for covert

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Boston - Coronavirus Outbreak At Holyoke Soldiers’ Home Now Under Federal Investigation

WBZ Afternoon News

00:33 sec | 4 months ago

Boston - Coronavirus Outbreak At Holyoke Soldiers’ Home Now Under Federal Investigation

"The justice department opens an investigation into the increase in death at the Holyoke soldiers home WBZ's Kevin Coleman has that the Holyoke soldiers home continues to be under a federal investigation as at least twenty eight veterans have died of cold at nineteen Attorney General Maura Healey and governor Charlie Baker are trying to understand what went wrong after some staff members said they felt the home wasn't ready for the outbreak meanwhile at the Chelsea soldiers home seven veterans have now died of the corona virus and twenty nine staff members have tested

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Coronavirus: Half the Holyoke Soldiers’ Home veterans have contracted COVID-19, 28 dead

830 WCCO 24 Hour News

00:37 sec | 4 months ago

Coronavirus: Half the Holyoke Soldiers’ Home veterans have contracted COVID-19, 28 dead

"Officials are looking into a rash of coronavirus deaths of the facility west of Boston a federal investigation is under way at the Holyoke soldiers home where at least twenty eight veterans have died of covert nineteen Attorney General Maura Healey is trying to determine what exactly went wrong as some of the staff members at the home felt it wasn't properly prepared for the outbreak and now some of the staff have tested positive meanwhile at the Chelsea soldiers home there's no investigation under way luxuries in Holyoke but there are concerns as seven veterans have died due to the corona virus in twenty nine members of the staff have tested

Boston Maura Healey Holyoke Attorney Chelsea
Boston - Coronavirus Outbreak At Holyoke Soldiers’ Home Now Under Federal Investigation

WBZ Midday News

00:35 sec | 4 months ago

Boston - Coronavirus Outbreak At Holyoke Soldiers’ Home Now Under Federal Investigation

"Sh the U. S. attorney's office has announced an investigation now underway at the soldiers home in Holyoke here's more from WBZ's Kevin Coleman the Holyoke soldiers home continues to be under a federal investigation as at least twenty eight veterans have died of Corbett nineteen Attorney General Maura Healey and governor Charlie Baker are trying to understand what went wrong after some staff members said they felt the home wasn't ready for the outbreak meanwhile at the Chelsea soldiers home seven veterans have now died of the corona virus and twenty nine staff members have tested positive Kevin Coleman WBZ Boston news

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"holyoke" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

04:16 min | 4 months ago

"holyoke" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"In Holyoke at least twenty eight veterans have died from covert nineteen and a double homicide last night in Providence two people found dead in a vehicle located on train tracks near Harris Avenue go back to our top story the global death toll from the coronavirus is rising with more than half the U. S. deaths around New York City Long Island New Jersey and Connecticut public health authorities expressing some optimism though that the pace of infections appears to be slowing CBS news are played on Easter weekend like an order with much of the world effectively shut down casualty numbers still mild but New York by far the hardest hit region here it is reporting some slowing of hospital admissions the death count does remain high in Washington I have a big decision coming up the president says he'll listen to the experts when asked what metrics who used to decide when to reopen the economy he simply pointed to his brain the matrix right here that's why metrics models the White House is using no longer forecast more than one hundred thousand deaths Dr Deborah Berke says social distancing appears to have led to a leveling off of new cases but she warns we have not reached the peak next week the president says he'll announce a new expert panel he calls it the re opening the country council Steven Portnoy a CBS news Washington the worldwide death toll from the corona virus hit a hundred thousand as Christians around the globe marked Good Friday CBS news update on top forty the trump administration proposing that a large portion of the federal aid designed to cover airlines payrolls this year will not be loans are not cash airlines were expecting to share twenty five billion dollars in cash grants that Congress approved to help them keep employees on the job for the next six months treasury secretary Steven Mnuchin now wants the airlines to pay back some of that money I'd say they needed cash to avoid massive layoffs because the corona virus outbreak has wiped out most travel the airlines and the treasury department are expected to keep negotiating this weekend stay at home orders might protect Americans from corona virus but there are now new concerns that they're not necessarily beneficial for overall health Dr Vinod Kumar at the Mayo Clinic has a new mantra stay at home does not mean stay on the couch catchy phrase write catchy and and also probably a poignant absolutely while some are becoming healthier meaning they're eating better exercising more the plurality of Americans are actually happening worse diet and worse exercise outcomes it's not that they're on healthy to begin with it's the couch always calling when you're stuck at home he suggested committing to new diet and exercise habits Erin cutters he ABC news New York south Korea's government says it will strappy electronic wristbands on people who defy self quarantine orders as they tighten monitoring to slow the spread of the corona virus in their country senior health ministry official Yoon tae whole acknowledging the privacy concerns surrounding the bands which will be enforced through police and local administrative officials face masks have been the the newest fashion accessories so to speak during the corona virus pandemic and is K. ovih our televisions Marlee Ginter found out there are ways you can communicate with someone even with it on is it crazy to feel awkward or is this awkward well that's awkward yeah form of expression and skiing at limited Timothy Howard is a professor of public relations at Sacramento state no doubt communication is limited right now considering we're covering up half of our face but professor Howard says there are ways around it so you can get your message across use your physical gestures and contact where you can really get into it yes and then the token we are reminded that a face mask does not replace social distancing keeping six feet apart from one another remains critically important to slowing the spread of the virus six twenty and thirty eight degrees at sunrise in Boston and Providence he tells us today will be a nice day sunny but windy and chilly with temperatures in the low and mid.

Holyoke
DOJ opens investigation into nursing home where 32 veterans have died of coronavirus

WBZ Midday News

00:30 sec | 4 months ago

DOJ opens investigation into nursing home where 32 veterans have died of coronavirus

"There's been nearly three dozen recent deaths of soldiers home in Holyoke Massachusetts and federal prosecutors in Boston want to know whether the facility is violated the civil rights of residents by failing to provide adequate care during the corona virus pandemic this is the first publicly announced federal investigation into a nursing home since the crisis began and could put others on notice as they make decisions to protect residents in their care prosecutors promised an aggressive investigation the fitting the debt they said was to elderly and disabled military

Holyoke Massachusetts Boston
Beacon Hill - Long-term care facilities to provide daily reports on coronavirus cases

Jay Talking

04:54 min | 4 months ago

Beacon Hill - Long-term care facilities to provide daily reports on coronavirus cases

"On Beacon Hill legislation has been filed mandating that all of the state's long term care facilities make daily reports to the department of public health about positive covert nineteen cases as well as deaths WBZ's Laurie Kirby spoke with state representative Ruth Balser of Newton the legislation is simple it simply requires that all elder housing meaning skilled nursing facilities at all elder housing assisted living need to report daily to either their local board of health for the state department of public health the number of known covert nineteen positive cases and any mortalities in the facility isn't that happening now well I think it is happening to a large extent but it may not be consistent it's not the requirement is a national guidance that advises well in the case of nursing homes and not actually as broad a definition of senior housing is my bill but it's really an advisory of voluntary I have no reason to think most aren't doing that but we certainly saw the tragedy unfold in Holyoke when the numbers are not being reported and we just want to make sure to avoid you know that kind of tragedy and make sure that the reporting is done consistently on the state's website they've been providing numbers the mass DPH on long term care facilities in the Commonwealth to date there are twelve hundred and thirty six cases one hundred and forty facilities with at least one case of cove in nineteen what I think you're getting to here is there's no spaces this is the city of fatalities is that the idea it does not at that there's not a specific and we can't tell for sure whether we're getting all the reports I mean isn't this is another problem which is not everyone is being tested and that is insufficient amount of tests available but yes we want to make sure that DPH department of public health is informed we want to make sure the legislature is informed this bill requires that the department of public health then report weekly to the legislature numbers as well it has been staggering Chelmsford multiple residents testing positive Wilmington today I did a story where a seventy seven out of ninety one of their residents have tested positive seven have died of it what else is being done to protect our seniors living in these facilities in Massachusetts well it's terribly concerning I mean as you know and if your audience knows this is a virus that particularly targeting elders especially elders with underlying health conditions and so the residents of these facilities are really vulnerable the facilities have been crying out for help there is insufficient a personal protective equipment and sucked in many of the facilities there is insufficient testing you know hopefully the bill in making sure that all the numbers are transparent my hope is of course that will lead to the necessary resources spelling to these facilities is you have a loved one in a as a nursing home or assisted living facility in Massachusetts right now would you pull them out okay I don't know not sure many different from anyone in your audience on that each person would have to make a personal decision whether I mean some of these folks you know they're in nursing homes because they need that level of skilled care that you know maybe a family member wouldn't be able to provide but I notice in the case of some of the more independent senior housing and assisted living certainly some family members were in the position to do that or just making that choice but that's a very personal choice and those that have been exposed which we've seen a hundred and forty facilities with at least one case of cove it now they would have to self quarantine anyway yes for sure it means the other problem that's going on in the nursing homes that they are crying out for help within the assisted living facilities is the insufficient number of staff they've had you know staffing problems before this and now with individuals testing positive and so then they are out on sick leave or people who are concerned with the lack of personal protective equipment are leaving and so there is a problem actually some of the assisted livings have called on the state and I believe the secretary is helping with this to get some support from the National Guard to help staff people in a safe

Beacon Hill
"holyoke" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

03:17 min | 4 months ago

"holyoke" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Is unfolding in Holyoke where eleven veterans living at the state run soldiers home have died many of them testing positive for cove it at nineteen and with testing still under way the fear is those numbers of positive results are going to explode we're gonna bring in William Shuttleworth of Newbury port now he is a man who has fought for veterans and Air Force veteran himself you may remember that name as William Shuttleworth walked across the country earlier this year he launched a vets don't forget vets dot com William thank you for being with us your thoughts on this tragedy unfolding in Holyoke a very sad story underway there were a little story about the coronavirus nationwide and internationally is a very sad story but when it hits home and in the end in a soldier's home for veterans it makes me very sad these these men didn't get and women didn't get admitted because they had the virus and they got it someone transported into them obviously the the proper medical protocol was not followed and it ought to be investigated and I'm very concerned with finite dollars being shuffled everywhere and anywhere hello this is going to happen nationwide veterans centers all over the country certainly that is the risk here tell us a little bit about your organization vets don't forget that's dot com while I'm no actually it's amazing walked across America you know from may fifteenth to September first to raise awareness and money for homeless vets and suicide and raised over seventy thousand dollars which people can still donate to for disabled American veterans and since I've been back up and the nonstop advocating for veterans in Massachusetts in my local area making sure that we aren't forgotten and I'm just afraid that we are but typically when there is this undercurrent that old people are maybe are disposable that we ought to go back into the work force and expose ourselves to the virus so that others can live that's a tragic met tragic message to people who put their lives on the line don't you think all right well William Shuttleworth thank you for your good work and your money raising capabilities and again thank you for joining us here this morning as saying the state's jails and prisons are a Petri dish for the spread of infectious disease activists will go to the state Supreme Court today in hopes of granting the release of potentially thousands now locked up concern over overcrowding at its negative impact on social distancing in state lock ups the petition led by the ACLU will be heard via conference call by the state Supreme Court today it is eight oh eight let's check out what's happening on Wall Street now we check in with Bloomberg business and Tom Busby morning Tom a good morning Jeff it's going to be tough for the markets to extend that recent rally in stocks L. RD in the first quarter on a strong note Dow futures now go moving sharply lower down down a hundred eighty points losing some gains from earlier following a dire prediction of a forty two percent jobless rate by the summer also a jump in corona virus cases in Europe the low cost carrier spirit airlines suspending service into and out of Connecticut also New York and New Jersey this week could be more states on their list and for just announced it'll indefinitely delayed the planned restart of.

Holyoke
"holyoke" Discussed on Boston Herald Radio

Boston Herald Radio

01:52 min | 1 year ago

"holyoke" Discussed on Boston Herald Radio

"Holyoke Medical Center offered this I was familiar with doctor Ackerman from hospitalization and I've had and she had done extensive research on this technology and sell to the general star was the most effective and so it was a very easy case to to make to the insurance company because they had paid for multiple hospitalizations you know pharmacology for many years psychotherapy for many years the fact that this was effective was tremendously cost savings engine yes and it's excellent that you did that research in that you found it and I just wanna again explain to the reader the listeners so TMS does stand for transcranial magnetic stimulation is a noninvasive procedure and it uses magnetic fields to stimulate nerve cells in the brain and improve the symptoms of depression and so on when you go in for that therapy when you go in for the treatment what is that like you arrive at Holyoke Medical Center and what is the process an initially the process is the nearest psychiatrist is fascinating but what they do is they stimulates the brain and the motor cortex to see where exactly that is located in your particular skulls and so they wait until your finger twitches and that's how they locate where your prefrontal cortex is which is just adjacent to that so initially there's a half an hour session where they live line up the machine.

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"holyoke" Discussed on Las Culturistas

Las Culturistas

02:47 min | 1 year ago

"holyoke" Discussed on Las Culturistas

"And is it like gotten that hermit was to take that off? And she was like, no. I mean, like created like like like issue between Disney and like the Canadian, like production of Rhode Daven Lee, she's like crazy actress. And now she's like a prolific female director. She made one of the best movies ever all the way from her. Yes. Yeah. And she made this Toronto based movie called take this waltz which is I'm like, yeah. And like had Sarah Silverman in it. And you kind of like an amazing from Iraq of that and months? We did yoga beside her. Why? Yes. And I looked pro I approached this holyoke post you out because before I was like, that's like she's not able to find center who I went after, and I literally was just like, do have done. So that started crying. But she's not divest, sees sees the celebrity that you would cry around and you did Cryer Jeff, and I did, and she's like down the street and like this is like, don't you? She's the craziest documentary. Oh my God, and I don't even want to give away the spoiler but at the documentary about her own life with the craziest twist at the end. That's like actually like it's insane in her own life and the discovery of something that is like she discovered that in the Andrew. I can't believe it, and it's like it's true anyway. Like juicier just say, like, I guess, isn't it. Isn't it? We're going to be bothered if it's not. It doesn't matter even even if you did. So it's called stories. We tell him than she is like, kind of think that maybe she's, she doesn't look like her siblings, maybe her mud as you find them to interviews all these people in her mama than actors in a production who slept with the other guy. And he's like, yes, I'm your father. And so she is a completely different father like you can't make that up. That's a real life anyways. Polly, who my narrow. Culture, like we got a good lesson in culture by that Italy must consume immediately when I go home and they like she lives in west done, kind of near our office, we'll keep our eyes hit up yoga. Yeah. Oh, okay. Missile mines like not as cool. Not is like it's not. Cool. Pilot culture. I'm just like, okay, mine's embarrassing. And it's survivor actually. No. Good. Okay. I am obsessed with survivor and I was thinking about how Richard hatch is like an icon who is not given his credit where credit was due. He was portrayed the Bill in because he was gay. I was looking into this and realize that you know how like went to jail for four years because the vision, it turns out that there was like four members on the jury before the child even happened. That said, they would never admit like they were like this fag is going to jail like there's no way we're not letting him before and they ask for a new jury and they wouldn't give it to him. And so he and then he was like, it's all the stuff with the IRS where they wanted to put them in jail and they. Yeah, so it's really, really sad..

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"holyoke" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

01:30 min | 2 years ago

"holyoke" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Crises at mount holyoke college in the aftermath of a financial crisis everyone wants to take risk off the table he says these kinds of regulatory pushes follow a predictable pattern and once a decade or so has gone by without any crises people start to get an appetite to add a little more risking by taking some of those regulations out but in theory all these dodd frank regulations made our banks more resilient right there is clear evidence that banks are better prepared to withstand losses than they were in two thousand and eight diego's you laga is with the cato institute but not everything is fixed the idea that you know certain financial institutions are just so enormous in size that their failure would just be too damaging to be tolerated that remains a problem a problem this new legislation doesn't really fix a not at monte at the stanford graduate school of business is skeptical that our financial system is actually in better shape the financial crisis is dangerously out of sight and we seem to forget so when the next one comes will be surprised again and we'll say oops just like we said last time she worries this bill is the beginning of a larger rollback that might set us up for trouble down the road in washington i'm kimberly adams for marketplace on wall street is tuesday you remember the happy music from yesterday yeah it's not going to be that we'll have the details when we do the numbers.

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"holyoke" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:47 min | 2 years ago

"holyoke" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"This is at the time when many of the colleges in maine were either are women or all men i don't how do they want to be referred to they want to refer to them only as students they do not want to refer to the to the women who make up the student body mode holyoke college one of the seven sister school as women they need to be they need to be referred to them as students i don't know what to say except that we are in such a culture of extremism much like msnbc plays identity politics i see it as a means to divide and play one gender against another one nationality against another and and also split us up find basically what they want to find his third gender as opposed to him or her you gotta call him z and i'm not saying that to offend anybody you'll be you and i are being two nights.

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"holyoke" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

02:41 min | 2 years ago

"holyoke" Discussed on KGO 810

"Yeah i know that's nikki on the left your dial chip missing trump girls out today and chris how long are you here for oh okay just leave the mic open and we won't go anywhere say say feminists nazi liberals because you're massachusetts that's their language anyway it's a mount holyoke instead of mount holyoke women they're saying we're all women here or front of the two genders they're gonna they wanted to be a gender neutral environment i don't have a problem with that well here's my question i just wonder how many and i could be completely off your but sometimes i feel like colleges or institutions try to like proactively enforced these things when the people are like you know what i've been living my whole life like i want my friends and my family to use whatever pronoun but if you call me hey ladies and i consider myself a lady i don't think that i'm going to be very offended by how much of the how offended are these people that are directly impact offended are you and i don't know but it has happened for a long time i mean and it's not just women it's also ethnic groups it's a particular i mean for example like somebody a woman and insult is what i'm saying we mayor martin o'malley who's the guy that ran for president used to have a show on wbal it was called mike time with the mayor was what it was a really so but he's irish so we call it mic time with the mayor because that was a nickname for irish was mixed yeah but there's you know you look through i mean early it is derogatory get it.

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