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One Medical's Coronavirus Vaccine Practices Spark Congressional Investigation
"Are investigating a major healthcare provider that led people jumped the line to get covid nineteen vaccines. They're following up on an npr investigation of one medical documents. Show that company administered vaccines to ineligible patients. Some of whom had connections with company leadership. Npr investigative correspondent. Tim mack joins us now. Tim good morning. Good morning what lawmakers want to know. So basically this is a subcommittee. That's led by congressman. Jim clyburn this is the house. Select subcommittee on the coronavirus crisis. And what they're really looking for is evidence that the company intentionally distributed vaccines to ineligible patients across multiple states which is incidentally one of the conclusions. Npr investigation published about a week ago. One of the committee's concerns is that there should be an equitable distribution of vaccines one that prioritizes those most at risk in society rather than the wealthy or well-connected and so the committee is giving one medical two weeks to provide documents about their vaccination practices. One medical of course is a primary healthcare provider that is publicly traded and valued in the billions of dollars. It's business model is to provide tech driven primary health care for members who usually pay about the two hundred dollars a year in. Okay so you you pay this fee. You can go to the doctor when you need a checkup or whatever they were also helping to get vaccines out there. But now here they are giving the vaccines to the wrong people. What does that mean for. Local health departments that were using one medical as a distribution source our distribution channel right so we reached out to every local jurisdiction where one medical best business. We found that eat. Local jurisdictions have cut the company off from vaccine. Allocations are not planning to work with them again in the future. For example san francisco county made the unusual move of not only halting apply vaccine so the company but also demanding one thousand six hundred and twenty doses back in san mateo county said it had done an investigation and found at one medical had vaccinated seventy individuals who are eligible to be vaccinated at that time it to stopped the allocation vaccines to the company. So those are just a couple of examples.
House panel subpoenas for Azar, Redfield CDC documents
"Watchdog panel is firing subpoenas at US Health Secretary Alex A czar and CDC director, Robert Redfield. House Select subcommittee on the Corona virus crisis is demanding documents related to reports of political interference with the CDC. The committee alleges that top Trump Administration officials meddled with roughly a dozen scientific reports on the spread of the Corona virus. This past summer. South Carolina Democrat James Clyburn accused Trump political appointees of trying to muzzle career scientists. Clyburn chairs the subcommittee.
FDA Officials Say Vaccine Decisions Will Be Guided by Science, Not Politics
"Is infallible. But Americans deserve to know that the actions and communications coming out of our agencies whether FDA approvals or CDC, mw, ours, or n I. H guidelines are grounded in science and evidence. Of course, that standard also applies the authorization or approval of a covert 19 vaccine. I will be confident that my Family and I should take the vaccine and you should be confident that you and your family should take it to because any vaccine will have FDA standards as judged by FDA career scientists helping Human services Secretary Alex Cesar before the House Select subcommittee on the Corona virus crisis. With the news of
"house select subcommittee" Discussed on KQED Radio
"Democrats on the House Select subcommittee on the Corona virus crisis questioned him on internal emails from officials in his department. The e mails show HHS officials criticising government scientists for comments on the extent and danger of the virus, accusing them of intentionally embarrassing the president hears subcommittee Chairman Jim Clyburn of South Carolina, a Democrat, questioning a czar. Will you renounce this kind of political interference and commit that it will not happen again. Mr Chairman. As I said, I support debate. I support discussion. I support challenging each other. I do not support those statements. The secretary insisted his department has changed personnel. He also spoke in favor of basic health advice, like wearing masks, which the president has sometimes questioned. A czar wore a mask as he testified. After the hearing, Congressman Clyburn spoke with our colleague Steve Inskeep. Are you confident that the White House will provide reliable information on the president's health? Been comfortable with the White House coming clean with the American people? The president has told us that he likes to play it. Uh, which I think is fine in the golf match. Not so much in life and death matters. So, Lucy, but I think the American people know That office cation and misrepresentations has been the order of business with this White house. How confident can we be more broadly and information delivered by the administration about the pandemic? Well, I don't think you can never be confident about it, because when we hear From the administration and what we read emails on other correspondents. No. So you got to decide what you believe what they're saying. What they wrote in their emails. I think you're referring specifically to an email that was discussed at this hearing in which an administration official told another official. Don't let anything go out until I have a chance to tweak it. That's a pair of phrase is that correct? As one of the bank. Yes, we have a plethora of little skies of incidents. What should we do about that as citizens trying to go through our day to day lives and manage your own responses to the pandemic. Well, what we're trying to do is select subcommittee chair. Is trying to make sure they're Congress's involvement in all of this is interesting. It's effective and it's now available and in doing that. We have this year and inform the American people. I don't know. I think that what we have to do is hope that the people would take the information. And use it to keep themselves clean. Were you satisfied with the secretaries Responses? We working? Lightened by his responses was, um some of his responses. I was it's Congressman Jim Clyburn of South Carolina, a Democrat, talking with our colleague Steve Inskeep. This's all things considered from NPR News, Cedar Baker and Susan Glasser's new book is about Washington when it was A different town and about a man who excelled in getting things done in that Washington and they are coming up next on all things considered after Look at traffic.
"house select subcommittee" Discussed on WSB-AM
"A high around 86. Yes, it was 85 right now. 70 Media ranchers. Kirk Knowledge 95.5 Gs B 52. It's time to check the morning drive again. We have more issues. Here's Mark McKay Yeah, including a crash investigation could be out here for a while. In Centerville Highway Highway. 1 24 Grand Police working a crash investigation and Bethany Church Road Medical Highway South down, Shut down. As you approach Bethany Church Road if you'd like. Take literature Tch Road as an alternate 85 through Gwinnett County, improving still tapping the brakes, leaving Pleasant Hill Road working away to Indian trail 400 still fantastic out of coming into Sandy Springs. And no concerns at least that I could see on 5 75 75 through Cherokee Barto Cobb tripled in traffic 35.5 WSB. Coverage today. House Select subcommittee in the Corona virus crisis remote hearing an election safety 1 P.m. Today Eric Erickson will have something to say about that. At four PM A second lady Karen Pence, will visit Emery Healthcare's Veterans program today to highlight their medical troubles. For veterans and the creative things should be done about them in places like Emery want to follow up on this, too? The agency's Greg Bleustein, writing this warning US center to Kelly Leffler has asked the Capitol police the U. S Capitol police to investigate several threatening letter she sever recently sent to her home in Atlanta campaign office. Senator Leffler says that a statement to the A G C today that she received quote multiple threats against my life. For the last few days, she supported them to the Capitol police and other authorities to review Coming up on Atlanta's morning news. Clark Howard's digging deeper into these new eviction rules from the CDC, how they could benefit tenants and possibly property owners. WSB news time is 8 54. Sorry I'm late. Everyone. It's all right. He's just getting started. Are you in your closet? Yet? It's too quiet. It's place, not the roomiest getting closer with your closet these days that.
Mnuchin says economy is recovering but ‘more work’ is needed
"Pressed by Democrats, too quickly negotiate a new Corona virus relief package. The Treasury secretary Steven Mnuchin, says the administration does remain willing to work on a bipartisan agreement to help small businesses the unemployed Children in schools. Weapon, Yushin said Democratic leaders in Congress are holding it up with hardened positions at a hearing by the House Select subcommittee on the Corona virus crisis. Mnuchin made the case that the economy's recovery is strengthened in recent weeks, citing improved consumer spending, growth in manufacturing and a rebounding housing market. He claimed that it's the failure of some states to reopen activity that's holding back the economy. But Democrats insisted that dire economic conditions persist for many millions of Americans. You are now facing addiction, debt hunger. So, said the panel's chair representative James Clyburn of South Carolina, who warned of more layoffs coming Especially from states and cities whose budgets have been busted by dealing with the economic impacts of the Corona virus crisis. Subcommittees. Democratic staff, meanwhile, said it is identified lapses pointed to possible fraud and abuse in a signature piece of the administration's relief effort. The 660 Billion dollar plus small business loan program, including more than a billion awarded to businesses that received multiple loans. The staff investigators said in a report that a lack of government oversight and accountability for the program may have led to billions of dollars being diverted to fraud, waste and abuse rather than reaching small businesses Truly in need. With bipartisan agreement, Congress enacted an unprecedented $2.3 trillion pandemic rescue package in March. Now the Trump Administration and top congressional Democrats have been In a months long stalemate over new relief legislation.
"house select subcommittee" Discussed on The Nicole Sandler Show
"He can't help himself trump is insisting on visiting. Kenosha Wisconsin Tuesday despite the governor and the mayor and every other local official requesting that he stay away the other huge story that should be making much bigger headlines but is curiously absent from major coverage. On Tuesday morning is really important in that it seems to be one more nail in the coffin of our system of checks and balances and the constitutionally mandated congressional oversight powers. A three judge panel from the DC. Circuit. Court of Appeals on Monday dismissed a House lawsuit seeking to force Donald Trump's former White House counsel Don mcgann to comply with a congressional subpoena. The panel saying that Congress has not passed a law expressly rising to sue to enforce it subpoenas why the two to one ruling came three weeks after the full US court of Appeals for the DC circuit of firms that Congress did have standing to sue meaning that it had shown that the trump administration's refusal to allow again to testify. The House as long standing right to compel testimony from government official. Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi announced plans to seek immediate review by the full DC circuit in a statement Pelosi said quote if allowed to stand this wrongheaded court of Appeals panel ruling threatens to strike a grave blow to one of the most fundamental constitutional roles of Congress. To conduct oversight on behalf of the American people including by issuing our lawful and legitimate subpoenas. The ruling represents a flawed judicial attack on the entire House of Representatives in the past. Both Republicans and Democrats have successfully sought to enforce house subpoenas in court. Another to one ruling by three judge panel from the same DC. District Court of Appeals last month was overturned on Monday by the full court after an on Banc rehearing as requested by Judge Emmet. Sullivan this is the case in which convicted former national security advisor to trump. Michael. Flynn tried to withdraw his guilty plea and Attorney General Bill Bar attempted to get the case dropped just ahead of sentencing. So by an eight to decision, the full panel decided that Judge Sullivan Cannon Deeds scrutinize the Justice Department decision to drop the criminal case against plan allowing the case to continue. So score one for the good guys stay tuned. On a related note, the House Committee on oversight and Reform announced Monday that they plan to Subpoena Postmaster General Louis Joy over documents they say he's intentionally withholding from Congress. As, you'll recall when he testified before the committee just over a week ago he was charged with turning over documents and given about a week to produce them. Well, he's not the records pertain to controversial changes made to the post office that caused widespread delays and sparks suspicion that the trump administration was trying to use the US Postal, service to harm mail in voting efforts but given the other ruling. Now under appeal I wonder what effect a subpoena would have again day tuned. In other news that must not normalized the so-called president is still downplaying the covid nineteen pandemic that's already taken the lives of over one hundred and eighty thousand Americans with no end in sight. Instead, of relying on trusted experts like our country's top infectious disease, Dr Anthony Fauci who trump dismissed on Monday as someone inherited the orange one has brought in a new. Health Advisor. Dr Scott. Atlas is a neuro. logist, not an infectious disease expert and he reportedly meets with trump nearly every day and we hear he's pushing the White House toward adopting a controversial herd immunity strategy to fight the pandemic. This is alarming public officials because it's approach which has been used by Sweden involves protecting vulnerable groups such as the elderly while letting the virus spread to others at lower risk resulting in. So called her immunity to the virus public health experts warned that using the herd immunity approach. Could result in two point one, three, million deaths in the United States, before sixty five percent of the population is affected and the country reaches her immunity meanwhile as not a doctor trump demanded schools open nationwide declaring the kids are virtually immune from the disease corona virus cases, hospitalizations, and deaths from covid nineteen have increased faster among children and teens than among the general population according to data from the American Academy of Pediatrics measured from May twenty first to August. Twentieth. Meanwhile the House Select Subcommittee on the Corona virus published eight weeks worth of state reports on the virus from the white. House's Task Force. They revealed that while trump was painting an optimistic picture of the pandemic in July and August. The information he was getting was increasingly dire opposite.
"house select subcommittee" Discussed on KOMO
"The U. S. Treasury Secretary Steve Mnuchin, telling the House Select subcommittee on the Corona virus crisis. He's willing to work with Congress. We continue to see signs of a strong economic recovery. We are sensitive to the fact There is more work to be done, and certain areas of the economy require additional release. Senate Republicans hope to introduce a scaled down Cove in 19 Relief. Billa's early is next week. Daria Aldinger ABC News News 1000 FM, 97 7. Good afternoon Come on his time to 31 Sunshine and 76 in Seattle. I'm Charlie harder with a look of the day's top stories. Police have once again moved into Cale Anderson Park on Seattle's Capitol Hill. In a statement obtained by Cuomo News, the city says the decision was made to clear the park following numerous reports of vandalism in recent weeks, said he goes on to say the park was used as a staging area by organizers of the protest that turned violent at the nearby East Precinct last week. Park has officially been close since June, 30th after officers cleared out what had become a protest the zone there. The city says it is offering housing assistance to those forced from the park, but also says staff will be in place in the days ahead to remind people the park is closed. The FBI is assisting in the search for a missing Parkland woman, Cassandra Cantrell disappeared on her way to a doctor's appointment last week. Investigators are treating the case as if it were a homicide and are searching the home of Cantrell's ex boyfriends. The FBI's here to process the home for multiple reasons for evidence that's.
"house select subcommittee" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"President Trump says he is committed to helping Kenosha, Wisconsin, is promising to send more federal resource is for police had small businesses there. President heading back to Washington after a visit to Kenosha. This afternoon. We get an update from ABC President Trump in Kenosha. Wisconsin, isn't going to heal very quickly. We're going to help them from an economic standpoint, and we're going to make a contribution to your law to what we call low in order. Some people think those two terrible words Long order the president, meeting with law enforcement and the people that the White House has lost their jobs businesses during riots, which spun off from protests over the shooting of Jacob Blake. A black man by a police officer. The president did not meet with Blake's family. Tropical Storm Omar's formed off the Carolina Coast. The 15th name storm of the Atlantic season, is expected to pose little to no threat to the U. S. Treasury Secretary Steve Mnuchin, telling the House Select subcommittee on the Corona virus crisis he's willing to work with Congress will continue to see signs of a strong economic recovery. We're sensitive to the fact there is more work to be done and certain areas the economy require additional release, Senate Republicans hope to introduce a scaled down covert 19 relief bill as early as next week. Area holding our ABC News. 5 31 last chance for votes this primary day. BBC's Karen Regal reports from Wooster with congressman job Kennedy, who has been trying to win some votes, so Kennedy once, said, marquees job, But he's making one last push for it here in which you're his supporters held signs with the Kennedy's name outside a polling stop. Kennedy has never lost in Massachusetts. This is a tight race, but I think we need change. And that change comes with comes with effort. That change doesn't.
"house select subcommittee" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA
"Pick up the phone on Lisa Brady Fox News. A renewed White house pushed for Corona virus relief is apparently on the way. Fox's Jared Halpern has this live. Treasury Secretary Steve Mnuchin says he will try to jump start talks in a Corona virus stimulus package. Testifying for the House Select subcommittee on the Corona virus crisis, Mnuchin said a bipartisan agreement needs to be reached provide substantial funds. Mnuchin had been involved with Doc's with White House Chief of staff Mark Meadows House Speaker Nancy Pelosi. Incented Democratic leader Chuck Schumer. But those talks broke down weeks ago. Pelosi has said Democrats will reduce a package to $2.2 Trillion Republicans have balked at that total is too high. Lisa Banks, Jared Mnuchin, stressing, though, that the president wants to move forward with additional fiscal response to the pandemic. He also says details on an eviction moratorium are coming later today aimed to helping nearly 40 million renters in the US Mnuchin also urges Congress to provide rental assistance. President Trump, Meantime, holding a Law enforcement roundtable in Kenosha, Wisconsin, after seeing some of the damage from recent riots after the shooting of Jacob Blake by police. While the president continues to denounce violence during protests in other cities as well, island mobs demolished your damaged at least 25. Businesses, burned down public buildings and threw bricks at police officers which your police office won't stand for, and they didn't stand for it. These are not acts of peaceful protest, but really domestic terror Joe Biden, accusing the administration of making it harder to vote. You and I get elected, God willing, we're gonna push hard to make voting. The election day and national holidays should be same day registration. He and running mate Kamala Harris, appearing together but social distancing for an online event today. America is listening to Fox News from the Ma's knees on Traffic.
"house select subcommittee" Discussed on KDWN 720AM
"Ah, pledge to pick up the phone police A Brady Fox News. A renewed White house pushed for Corona virus relief is apparently on the way. Fox's Jarod help earn has this live The Treasury secretary Steve Mnuchin says he will try to jump start talks and a Corona virus stimulus package. Testifying for the House Select subcommittee on the Corona virus crisis, Mnuchin said a bipartisan agreement needs to be reached provide substantial funds. Mnuchin had been involved with talks with White House Chief of staff Mark Meadows House Speaker Nancy Pelosi. Incented Democratic leader Chuck Schumer. But those talks broke down weeks ago. Pelosi has said Democrats will reduce a package to $2.2 trillion Republicans have blocked that that total is too high. Lisa Banks, Jared Mnuchin, stressing, though, that the president wants to move forward with additional fiscal response to the pandemic. He also says details on an eviction moratorium are coming later today aimed to helping nearly 40 million renters in the US as Mnuchin also urges Congress to provide rental assistance. President Trump, meantime, holding a Law enforcement roundtable in Kenosha, Wisconsin, after seeing some of the damage from recent riots after the shooting of Jacob Blake by police. While the president continues to denounce violence during protests in other cities as well. Island mobs demolished her damaged at least 25 businesses, burned down public buildings and threw bricks and police officers which your police office won't stand for. And they didn't stand for it. These are not acts of peaceful protest, but really domestic terror Joe Biden, accusing the administration of making it harder to vote when you and I get elected, God willing, we're gonna push hard to make voting. The election day and national holidays should be same day registration. He and running mate Kamala Harris, appearing together but social distancing for an online event today. America.
"house select subcommittee" Discussed on 600 WREC
"To pick up the phone. Lisa Brady Fox News. A renewed White House pushed for Corona virus relief is apparently on the way. Fox's Jarod help earn has this live Treasury Secretary Steve Mnuchin says he will try to jump start talks and a Corona virus stimulus package. Testifying for the House Select subcommittee on the Corona virus crisis, Mnuchin said a bipartisan agreement needs to be reached provide substantial funds. Mnuchin had been involved with talks with White House Chief of staff Mark Meadows House Speaker Nancy Pelosi. In Senate Democratic leader Chuck Schumer. But those talks broke down weeks ago. Pelosi is said Democrats will reduce a package to $2.2 Trillion Republicans have balked at that total is too high. Lisa Banks, Jared Mnuchin, stressing, though, that the president wants to move forward with additional fiscal response to the pandemic. He also says details on an eviction moratorium are coming later today aimed to helping nearly 40 million renters in the US as Mnuchin also urges Congress to provide rental assistance. President Trump, meantime, holding a Law Enforcement roundtable in Kenosha, Wisconsin. After seeing some of the damage from recent riots after the shooting of Jacob Blake by police while the president continues to denounce of violence during protests in other cities as well. Island mobs demolished your damaged at least 25 businesses, burned down public buildings and threw bricks. And police officers which your police office won't stand for, and they didn't stand for it. These are not acts of peaceful protest, but really domestic terror Joe Biden, accusing the administration of making it harder to vote when you and I get elected, God willing, we're gonna push hard to make voting, Election day and national holidays people. There should be same day registration he and running mate Kamala Harris, appearing together but social distancing foreign online event today. America.
Mnuchin Urges Congress to PassMore Stimulus Funding
"Still unable to agree on a new Corona virus stimulus package, the financial benefits Tens of millions of Americans began to depend on are now locked away by a political stalemate. But Secretary or Treasury Secretary Steve Mnuchin says a new package could be on the way as early as next week, Mnuchin testified before the House Select subcommittee on Or about paycheck protection funding. We have over $130 billion left in PPP, which I believe if Congress was willing to take up a standalone action to repurpose this money for additional funds. I believe this would pass with overwhelming support in the House and the Senate and I would encourage the House. To move forward with that House. Democrats passed a $3 trillion comprehensive measure in May, and Senate Republicans unveiled their own trillion dollar proposal in late July. Neither side has been willing to budge on how much money should be in the bill, and that's created the gridlock.
"house select subcommittee" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"People who were backstage with the president of vice president were tested. Others were given guidance that They're seating with socially distance and gave guide some mass and all, said some other measures such as temperature tech checks taken beforehand. Neither the Vice President President Trump or the first lady Melania Trump, wore a mask while standing a few feet apart, despite recommendations from the CDC. The World Health Organization is disagreeing with the CDC now about their revised guidelines on testing. His new guidelines say anybody who's been in close contact with an infected person does not necessarily have to get a test here is w. H. O epidemiologist Dr Maria van Kirk O. Our recommendations are to test suspect cases and we have definitions for those Come on. We have definitions of contacts and who contacts are of confirmed cases. Um, and make recommendations that contacts a feasible should be tested regardless of the development of symptoms and closer to home. Dr. Asheesh Jothee Harvard Global Health Institute, says he's questioning the independence of federal scientists right now at places like the CDC and the FDA. 3 19 House Speaker Nancy Pelosi meeting today with White House chief of staff Mark Meadows. They are trying to get those talks moving again when it comes to a brand new stimulus package to help people in the wake of Cove in 19 Treasury Secretary Steve Mnuchin. Meantime, planning TTO Update Congress next week on the talks. Mnuchin is set to testify Tuesday in the hearing of the House Select Subcommittee on the Corona virus crisis. Talks on a new stimulus package collapsed earlier this month. Democrats are demanding a more sweeping and aggressive package but have faced ongoing resistance from Republicans. Mnuchin has been leading negotiations for the White House. The House passed a $3.4 trillion stimulus bill in May, but it was never taken up by the Republican led Senate. Now, the last time a new chin spoke with Speaker Pelosi was back on the seventh. Now. Federal Reserve chair Jerome Powell announces a major policy change that would let the central big keep interest rates low. Even if inflation tops it's 2% target. Spoke earlier today at the Jackson Hole Economic Symposium. Unemployment is below its maximum level as is so clearly the case now. We will actively seek to minimize that shortfall by using our tools who support economic growth and job creation and that audio by the way provided by the Federal Reserve Bank of Kansas City New survey, meantime, says the Bay State has the fifth worst economy nationwide. But W. B C's Jim McKay says, This is a tale of two stories basically be summed up like this. If you own a home, you've got an advantage. If you rent you don't seem like renters are in a worse position that homeowners Jeff Ostrovsky with Bankrate in their new survey, calculating unemployed. Rates and mortgage delinquencies as a gauge of how a state's economy is doing with massive service sector layoffs. It's affecting renters in a big way, as they tend to rent more than own in the next year. It's probably not going to be a homeowner crisis that we're looking at. That seems to be where the real crisis is going to be. Not not a foreclosure crisis so much as a eviction crisis hits renters in Massachusetts moratoriums on evictions are set to expire in mid October. Jim McKay W B C. Boston's NewsRadio.
"house select subcommittee" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Supreme Court says you cannot move the calendar. We want every vote to come on mail in ballots Well, it has to be not just mail but received on or before Election Day that Secretary of State Bill Galvin. He says the state needs to stick to the guidelines for Primary day next week. In order to make Election Day smooth. In November. Becky Grossman, a candidate on next week's ballot for Joe Kennedy's congressional seat, lead the effort to give more time for those mail in ballots to be received and more time for them to be counted. Her calls for 10 more days, though, go unheeded. But Grossman says she is glad that she brought the lawsuit. Nonetheless, just days to go until primary election Day in Massachusetts, and several new polls show incumbent Senator Ed Markey's lead is widening over Congressman Joe Kennedy. In fact, in one of them, the Suffolk University poll mark he's got a double digit lead polls will be open on Tuesday morning. Ah, battle of trillions. Stay sidelined in Washington. But for how much longer will lawmakers be able to ignore the so called elephant on Capitol Hill Treasury Secretary Steve Mnuchin is set to appear before Congress to dust off the issue next week. Newton is set to testify Tuesday in the hearing of the House Select subcommittee on the Corona virus Crisis. Talks on a new stimulus package collapsed earlier this month. Democrats are demanding a more sweeping and aggressive package but have faced ongoing resistance from Republicans. Mnuchin has been leading negotiations for the White House, the House $3.4 trillion stimulus bill in May, but it was never taken up by the Republican led Senate, and the lack of action is already hurting millions off unemployed Americans and a potential end to federal aid. To the likes of the airline industry leads to warnings that tens of thousands of employees now hanging onto their jobs by a thread could soon lose their jobs entirely. You need some stimulus to get off.
"house select subcommittee" Discussed on WGN Radio
"To wish him the best he'll be Fine. I guess he's going for a secondary test. I just said I look forward to seeing the governor. They said Sorry. Just tested positive. You know, I feel fine. Um, have a headache, You know, So we're word icon. Get it? I have no idea this as lawmakers continue just far over another stimulus package. Worth $3 going. On DH. So at some point compromise has to have a dollars put a bill on the floor, which was a trillion dollars. So yes, one could say you're 2.4 trillion apart President Trump's Friday or bus deadline for a deal fast approaching the president tweeting. He's already got his staff working on an executive order if negotiations fail. Now a key covert model is predicting Covad will kill nearly 300,000 Americans by December 1st. But in a statement, researchers say consistent mask wearing beginning today could save about 70,000 lives at the White House and what new wild reporting. Chicago Alderman Michael Scott Jr has tested positive for Copan 19. He announced the news last night, just one day after taking part in a press conference in near Lightfoot and other top officials regarding Chicago Public schools remote learning plant Scott tested last Friday at a community event received the test results yesterday. He says he has no symptoms and is in quarantine at his home. Your life has been tested since that press conference in her office says her results were negative press conference room will get a deep cleaning. Others who interacted with Scott will be contacted by the Department of Health. On Capitol Hill, the House Select subcommittee on Corona virus heard from public health officials and educators, but what it'll take to reopen schools without further spreading of the virus. Yes, Teachers want to be in their classroom. But teachers also need to think of themselves and their families. Our jobs. Our careers are not just about our students. We also have to worry about our community and the people we work with and our own families at home. Officials told the House committee that do the schools will need to speed up testing times. So what's required pp and social distancing. Additionally, schools will need people in the community to follow these practices as well. An animal shelter. Michigan is posting some adorable pictures from a dog's maternity photo shoot. Her name is jazz. She's currently a resident of Saginaw County Animal Care and Control Shelter, says her pups won't be up for adoption until they're born. Then the family will need forever homes..
Teacher addresses house select sub-committee on dangers of coronavirus
"Angelus. Skilling's had a personal story to tell lawmakers the second grade teacher in a small Arizona town addressed the House Select subcommittee on the Corona virus crisis from inside a classroom earlier this summer, she was teaching summer school with two fellow educators, she said. They wore masks stayed socially distant and never so much as shared a pencil, she said. All three teachers contracted Cove in less than two weeks later, one of them died. Our careers are not just about our students. We also have to worry about our community. And the people we work with and our own families at home. Skilling's told the committee. She and her colleagues want to do what's best for students, but the reopening of schools should not be rushed.
"house select subcommittee" Discussed on 860AM The Answer
"Testifying before the House Select subcommittee on the corroded wires crisis, CDC director Dr Robert Redfield says all is not lost without a vaccine. I want to strongly emphasize That we are not defenseless. Now we have powerful tools and if all of us not just some of us, but all of us embrace these tools, we will get a handle on this pandemic. Also testifying, Dr Anthony Fauci says he's optimistic a vaccine will be widely available to Americans next year. I don't think that they will have Everybody getting it immediately. In the beginning, it probably will be phased in. And that's the reason why we have the committees to do the prioritization of who should get it first, but ultimately within a reasonable period of time. The plans now allow for any American who needs a vaccine to get it within the year. 20 Trymon Dr Anthony Fauci, also a townhall dot com Iran's supreme ruler, Ayatollah Ali Khamenei, says his Country will not negotiate with us because America would only use talks for propaganda purposes in a televised speech marking the EED holiday, how money says President Donald Trump would benefit from talks, saying some wants to use negotiations with us for propaganda like negotiations with North Korea. Iran's supreme leader is your phone to talk between Trump on North Korean leader Kim Jong UN Hominy says the U. S. Wants Iran to give up its nuclear program defense facilities on regional authority at the negotiating table. I'm Charles Plasma to US astronauts about to make the first splash down in 45 years for a sex and s a plan to bring Doug Hurley Bob thinking back Sunday. The Dragon capsule will be aiming for the Gulf of Mexico. Looks like a higher finished on Wall Street. The Dow had 115 points and the NASDAQ up 157 or all these stories at townhall dot com. We thank the pain relief. It's natural pain relief that works and pain relief that attacks the source ofthe the pain. That's the experience of tens of thousands of Americans were taking really factor right now see their incredible video endorsements. That really fact not coming in order your three week quick starter pack for just 1995..
"house select subcommittee" Discussed on AP News
"Federal unemployment payment. House Speaker Nancy Pelosi says Republicans still can't graft the scope of the crisis. Clearly they and price the White House do not understand the gravity of the situation, while the GOP is pushing a $1 trillion plan still not passed by the Senate. Pelosi and Democrats say their starting point is the $3.5 trillion measure passed two months ago by the House House Select Subcommittee on the pandemic, heard from top government health experts, including Dr Anthony Fauci, who expects any effective vaccine will be quickly made available to the public probably will be phased in and that's the reason why we have the committees. To do the prioritization of who should get it first, but ultimately within a reasonable period of time. The plans now allow for any American who needs a vaccine to get it. I'm to McGuire. American workers are feeling the effects of the Corona virus recession. Wage and benefits increased at their slowest pace in three years in the second quarter, an indication that businesses air holding back on pay and cutting jobs as a result of covert 19 According to the government's employment cost index, pay and benefits rose 1/2 percent from April to June. That's down from 8/10 of a percent during the 1st 3 months of the year. The tracks pay and benefits for existing jobs. With an unemployment rate of 11%. Workers who have jobs have less ability to refuse pay cuts or demand raises. My cap in Washington as the U. S economy struggles, American consumers continue to provide a boost. The Commerce Department says consumer spending rose a solid 5.6% in June. That followed a seasonally adjusted 8.5% surge in May. But those increases followed a record plunges. The Corona virus struck hard in March. Shuttering businesses, triggering millions of layoffs and sending the economy into recession. The June increasing consumer spending coincided with a 1.1% drop in personal incomes. Meanwhile, with confirmed viral infections rising in a majority of states, many businesses have had to pause, reopening or close a second time and cut jobs. Then. Thomas Washington, The Commerce Department says consumer spending rose is solid 5.6% last month. At the same time, however, personal incomes dropped 1.1%. A resurgence of Corona virus cases across much of the country is thought likely to impede further gains in consumer spending. Thank you for listening to the AP Radio Network. Did.
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"AP News to McGuire House Select subcommittee on the Corona virus Pandemic hears from Dr Anthony Fauci and other government health officials committee chairman South Carolina Congressman James Clyburn in his opening remarks. Says the Trump administration has failed to come up with a cohesive plan for the pandemic there six months after this virus planned his first American life The federal government has still not yet developed and implemented in national strategy. To protect the American people found. She told the panel that early trials have him cautiously optimistic about a certain vaccine candidate. It clearly showed that individuals who have vaccinated mounted a neutralizing anybody response that was at least comparable and in many respects better. And what we see in convalescent serum from individuals who have recovered from covert 19 assistant secretary for help Admit Brett Karate tells that panel that testing is being increased. As of this morning, the nation has performed over 59 million Cove it 19 tests now averaging over 820,000 tests per day. Up from 550,000 tests per day. When I appeared before this committee just earlier this month, he notes, However, it's not possible return all Corona virus test results to patients within three days because of the overwhelming demand. Consumer spending had a strong game last month. If he's been Thomas reports, the Commerce Department says consumer spending rose is solid 5.6% last month. At the same time, however, personal incomes dropped 1.1%. A resurgence of Corona virus cases across much of the country is thought likely to impede further gains in consumer spending. With viral infections rising in a majority of states. Many businesses have had to pause re openings or close a second time and cut jobs. The Dow is off down a percent, some 260 points. This is AP News. The pandemic has had a direct impact on what people are being paid wage and benefits increased at their slowest pace in three years in the second quarter. An indication that businesses air holding back on pay and cutting jobs as a result of covert 19 according to the government's employment cost index. Pay and benefits rose 1/2 percent from April to June. That's down from 8/10 of a percent during the 1st 3 months of the year, the tracks pay and benefits for existing jobs. With an unemployment rate of 11%. Workers who have jobs have less ability to refuse pay cuts or demand raises. Mike happen. Washington British filmmaker Alan Parker, whose movies included Bugsy Malone, Midnight Express in Evita, has died at 76. Other films by Parker.
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"Favor and more than $1 trillion measure that's still tied up in the Senate. The Dow is dropped 210 points while the NASDAQ is up 60. This is AP News Now Hurricane SIS is on a path that would take it near or over the Bahamas before nearing South Florida tomorrow or Sunday. National Hurricane Center Stacey Stewart says the center of the storm will remain off the Florida coast right now we're not forecasting. A direct hit. By the hurricane on Florida and landfall in United States and may not happen until it gets up to the North Carolina area, perhaps on Monday or Tuesday. The storm has top sustained winds of 80 miles per hour and some strengthening is expected. Heavy rain from the storm is expected in south and east central Florida starting late tonight. Hundreds of thousands of people in Puerto Rico and the Dominican Republic are without power after the storm hit yesterday on amphibious tank carrying 15 Marines and a sailor began taking on water yesterday evening while traveling from a small island to a ship off the southern California coast. One Marine is dead. Eight others are missing. I'm to McGuire AP News Thank you for listening to the AP Radio Network for News on the go Try the AP Mobile APP get breaking US International news from the world's most trusted news source, plus stories from more than 800 local media companies choose to see the content that interests you most. Whether sports scores Entertainment highlights global Lose or the latest from your hometown AP Mobile is available in English and Spanish and can be found on Iowa and Android. AP News to McGuire House Select subcommittee on the Corona virus Pandemic hears from Dr Anthony Fauci and other government health officials committee chairman South.
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"Weather is powered by the basement doctor right now, Sunshine 76 growth for its 77 at your severe weather station News radio, 6 10 W tvn. By a unanimous vote, The Ohio Liquor Control Commission voted to impose a 10 p.m. cutoff time for the state's bars and restaurants to be able to serve alcohol in an effort to stop the spread of covert 19th. The board heard from lawyers, bar owners and employees before making the decision, saying it will devastate their business is unrealistic. It's unfair and we believe it to be unlawful and the last people standing between the destruction of this industry. And insanity. Is this commission that I proudly practice in front of all the Times Attorney Overhasty was for the successful effort to hold a similar order in the city of Columbus. The state's order takes effect tonight. Dr Anthony found another top health officials. Testifying before the House Select subcommittee on the Corona virus crisis today, doctor found she's consciously optimistic about the development of an effective corona virus vaccine. I believe, ultimately, over a period of time in 2021 if we have, and I think we will have a safe and effective vaccine. That Americans will be able to get it. I don't think that there will have everybody getting it immediately. In the beginning, it probably will be phased in CDC director Dr Robert Redfield, an assistant secretary at the Department of Health and Human Services, had no bread. Gerard are also testifying before the subcommittee as millions of parents and students debate when and how to safely go back to school. Some teachers are going public with their concerns. The safety of students and faculty is still raising concerns, with teachers unions across the country, saying they'll support a strike if they feel their school system isn't doing enough. To protect the faculty around the world. New safety protocols have been put into place with plexiglass barriers on lunch tables in South Korea. Students in facials in Myanmar and in Greece. Classrooms air sprayed with disinfectant. That's ABC stand. Macedo following the vote to remove Larry Householders health speaker Thursday. Majority Republicans United to elect Robert Cup to take over the speaker's gavel. Republicans United behind Cup in a closed door meeting. Ensuring they wouldn't need Democratic votes to get Cup elected. Top says he knows lawmakers need to regain Voters trust ABC Sixes Tom Bosco, the moves follow householders indictment on federal racketeering charges. Hurricane East III is expected to become a Category two storm when it reaches the Florida coast this weekend. National Hurricane Center said The storm will pick up speed as he hits the waters north of the Bahamas, and it could have sustained winds of 100 miles an hour. Radio 6 10 W TVN Sports The Blue Jackets taking today off after beating Boston in their exhibition to know both Goalies Joonas Korpisalo and Elvis MERS Leekens look sharp, making John Tortorella's decision on a starter for the playoff opener against Toronto Difficult. We're not in the bubble if we don't get to play from our tool is that Did this year, so it doesn't surprise me what they did tonight. I thought they both played very well where it sits. When we play on the second day. I still don't know him one against Toronto Sunday, United eight on Fox Sports Ohio Chicago Tribune, reporting that Big 10 football schedules will come out probably early next week. Story also says division games, including the Ohio State Michigan rivalry expected to be near the front of the schedule. Baseball Tonight. Reds are in Detroit Any is at Minnesota. Matt McCoy, whose radio six n W TVs. Showers. Developing today high of 84 more showers tonight 68 showers and storms possible Saturday.
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"Remember Penn Fed insured by the way. A couple minutes ago. President Trump tweeted about Liz Cheney, a fellow Republican in Congress, who has been facing criticism from others in the GOP, accusing her of being disloyal to the president. He wrote that she's only upset because he's been actively getting are great and beautiful country out of the ridiculous and costly endless wars now on President Trump held yesterday's Corona Virus Task Force briefing. He also said. I just spoke to Dr Fauci. Dr. Burke's right outside and they're giving me off. Everything they know is of as of this point in time, he and others in the administration of uncritical of Doctor Faust, you're being wrong about the virus In the past few months, Fauci and the CDC director Dr Robert Redfield, will appear before the House Select subcommittee on the Corona virus July 31st. Democrats have criticized the White House for recently blocking testimony from Vouching and Redfield. The administration had said the two needed to focus on their jobs not testifying, and President Trump tells Fox News. It's highly political. And the Democrats are using it for political reasons. Committee officials said in a statement that next week's hearings going to focus home what they call the urgent need for a national comprehensive plan to address the virus in Washington till NATO fucks Newsome of the tropical storm may soon form in the Gulf. It would be named Hannah and could hit the Texas coast on Saturday. Also watching Tropical Storm Gonzalo in the Atlantic. The path has the system strengthening to a hurricane, but one It gets into the Caribbean. Environmental conditions become pretty harsh and the storm will weaken this. Fox meteorologist Janice Teen Hurricane Douglas in the Pacific is also expected to weaken before it hits Hawaii this weekend and on the Wall Street numbers this morning now futures or higher.