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No. 2 Purdue uses scoring combination to KO Seminoles 93-65

AP News Radio

00:43 sec | 1 d ago

No. 2 Purdue uses scoring combination to KO Seminoles 93-65

"Purdue Purdue out out shot shot and and out out rebounded rebounded Florida Florida state state in in a a ninety ninety three three sixty sixty five five win win the the second second ranked ranked Boilermakers Boilermakers said said fifty fifty nine nine percent percent of of their their shots shots and and held held the the thirty thirty six six to to twenty twenty five five rebounding rebounding advantage advantage five five Purdue Purdue players players were were in in double double figures figures led led by by Jaden Jaden ivy ivy with with eighteen eighteen points points we we take take you you know know what what the the coaches coaches say say and and we we you you know know we we just just buy buy and and and and then then when when the the game game comes comes you you know know we're we're we're we're ready ready we're we're executing executing it it perfectly perfectly and and you you know know if if we we just just keep keep doing doing that that I I think think we we can can be be a a really really good good team team led led by by sixteen sixteen at at halftime halftime then then put put the the game game out out of of reach reach in in the the second second half half the the Boilermakers Boilermakers are are now now seven seven oh oh heading heading into into their their big big ten ten opener opener the the Seminoles Seminoles now now five five and and two two got got twenty twenty two two points points from from Caleb Caleb mills mills Tom Tom McCabe McCabe west west Lafayette Lafayette Indiana Indiana

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Defending champ Bucks rout Pacers for 7th straight win

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00:43 sec | 3 d ago

Defending champ Bucks rout Pacers for 7th straight win

"It's now a seven game winning streak for the box after Jana synthetic portal over twenty six points and thirteen rebounds and one eighteen one hundred rather the Pacers the last two games I think in B. okay one now they've just taken tougher world played well they construe our they scored eleven of his twenty three points while Milwaukee outscored Indiana thirty nine twenty seven in the third quarter taking a seventeen point lead holiday has been hiding averaging nineteen point seven points in the last four victories he also had nine assists and seven rebounds against Indiana as the Bucks improved to thirteen and eight caris levert led the Pacers with a season high twenty three points Malcolm Brogdon had sixteen I'm Dave Ferrie

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Bucs handle Giants...Magic blown out...Comeback honors

AP News Radio

00:58 sec | Last week

Bucs handle Giants...Magic blown out...Comeback honors

"AP sports I'm David Shuster the Phoenix Suns got off to a slow start this NBA season but they are in high gear now riding a thirteen game winning streak following Monday's one fifteen one eleven victory at San Antonio elsewhere Memphis scored the final seven points in their win on the road at Utah one nineteen one eighteen other winners included Brooklyn Charlotte Atlanta Boston Milwaukee Minnesota Indiana and Philadelphia who defeated Sacramento off the court lebron James and I'd say it's stored both suspended following their altercation Sunday James getting one game store getting too on the collegiate level this week's a people has Gonzaga at UCLA at numbers one and two both played in one Monday night inside a one oh seven fifty four over central Michigan UCLA seventy five sixty two over Bellarmine Gonzaga and UCLA face off later this week and then pro football Tom Brady keeps rolling on the seven time Super Bowl champion had a pair of touchdown passes is Tampa Bay blew out the New York Giants thirty to ten I'm David Shuster AP sports

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Ohio governor signs new congressional district map into law

AP News Radio

00:54 sec | Last week

Ohio governor signs new congressional district map into law

"Republican Ohio governor Mike DeWine signed into law a new map of congressional districts that will be in effect for the next four years the wind said in a statement the Senate legislation he signed makes the most progress to produce a fair compact and competitive map the measure cleared the state legislature along party lines after breakneck sprint through both chambers this week under this year's U. S. census results Ohio lost one seat in Congress starting next year the new law creates at most three safe democratic districts out of fifteen U. S. house seats in a state where voters are split roughly fifty four percent Republican and forty six percent democratic the counties that are home to Cleveland and Cincinnati were divided three ways each one district that includes the western Cleveland suburbs now stretches to the Indiana border three hours away the Princeton gerrymandering project gave the map an F. grade Jan Miller with the league of women voters in Ohio said leaders had trampled the state's constitution rather than purely represent a highlands I'm Jennifer king

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Biden says pardoned turkeys will get ‘boosted,’ not ‘basted’

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00:42 sec | Last week

Biden says pardoned turkeys will get ‘boosted,’ not ‘basted’

"President Biden pardon two thanksgiving turkeys last year the pardoned turkeys were named corn and calm this year Tina potter and jelly I have to admit to my wife died like three minutes that's what I like for lunch these turkeys are from Indiana the president says they were selected based on their temperaments appearance and I suspect vaccination status needed broader in jelly will be going back to Indiana to a place far away from the dinner table yes is set to get even based on these two truckers a get a boost to president to pardon Turkey since Abraham Lincoln but George H. W. bush made it a tradition starting in nineteen eighty nine at Donahue Washington

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Update on the latest sports

AP News Radio

01:59 min | 2 weeks ago

Update on the latest sports

"AP sports I'm David Shuster we begin with college football number one Georgia and number two Alabama they're headed for an eventual showdown both again winning on Saturday Georgia defeating Tennessee forty one seventeen with quarterback Stetson Bennett accounting for a pair of touchdowns and he says the coaches are diversifying the offense they gave us more plays to run more plays and run the ball and throwing the ball there was a more balanced effort at all going into until like the last the last few drives which is what you wanna you offense as for number two Alabama it was over early as they crushed New Mexico state fifty nine three Crimson Tide quarterback Bryce young throwing for five touchdowns making coach Nick Sabin happy I thought we had great balance on offense without Bryce played really well on sack fumble really wasn't you know his fault continue the protection was better today but we we need to continue to try to you know shore up those things so that we don't get him hit elsewhere in the top ten number three Oregon number four Ohio state number six Michigan seven Michigan state nine Notre Dame and number ten Oklahoma state all winning their games but number eight Oklahoma suffering its first loss twenty seven fourteen at Baylor on the pro level Washington the biggest surprise in the NBA's Eastern Conference they're now nine and three after turning back Orlando with Miami Indiana Detroit Boston the LA clippers and Orleans just its second victory on the season the other winner Saturday night and HL Carolina now eleven into after getting by St Louis three to two pro football news the Green Bay Packers activating quarterback Aaron Rodgers off the reserve cobit list he will play against Seattle on Sunday but Pittsburgh quarterback Ben Roethlisberger he goes on that same list and will miss Sunday's game against Detroit and finally all of fame linebacker Sam Huff passing away at the age of eighty seven I'm David Shuster AP sports

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Red Notice: Netflix Has Made Another Chore of a Blockbuster

The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

02:07 min | 2 weeks ago

Red Notice: Netflix Has Made Another Chore of a Blockbuster

"There. Sunny bunch welcome, all thanks Sonny available at sunny bunch on Twitter. He also is the host of across the movie aisle, great podcast on movies. The bulwark goes to the movies and many other fine things. So sunny, you are not sending us to a band at palooza. I hope tomorrow. I hope you have something for us to see in the theaters. Well, we could talk about drumline. I feel like that is a band the band of palooza sort of movie, right? Well, South American park. Of drumming groups. So what's coming out? All right, so we are in that weird stretch where we have a marvel movie out that weekend before, which means that nobody wants to release a movie this weekend. Because nobody wants to compete in either of the first two weekends with the marvel movie. So in theaters, your options are a little bit light right now. But Netflix has not scared of marvel. Netflix is not scared of marvel. They are releasing one of their big blockbuster movies of the year this weekend. It's called red notice. They probably noticed any ads for it because they don't show ab but it is a big $200 million heist by way of Indiana Jones style movie. Starring Dwayne, The Rock Johnson, Ryan Reynolds and Gal Gadot as a trio of well, technically, Dwayne Johnson is like an FBI agent who's trying to clear his name. Ryan Reynolds is an art thief and Gal Gadot is another art thief she competing our thief. They are trying to steal or recover three eggs, the eggs of Cleopatra, which are these ancient artifacts, not real, not a real artifact that ancient artifacts from Egypt that were given to Cleopatra on her wedding day and their price list are very they're very valuable and they are trying to they're trying to recover these. Dwayne Johnson, so we can clear his name to our thieves right rental, so they can sell them to a Egyptian businessman who wants to give them to his own daughter as a wedding

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CNN's April Ryan Asks Pete Buttigieg to Address the 'Racism' Built Into Our Roadways

Mike Gallagher Podcast

03:20 min | 3 weeks ago

CNN's April Ryan Asks Pete Buttigieg to Address the 'Racism' Built Into Our Roadways

"So back to Tucker Carlson last night. So April Ryan is, you know, cooing and ooing and I over the transportation secretary Pete Buttigieg. Which I always love how so many people point out the former mayor of South Bend Indiana is now the transportation secretary. And of course he's weighing in on COVID. He's weighing in on racism. He's weighing in on everything except transportation. Now, having said that, I guess roads and bridges are ostensibly under his purview. So April Ryan asks Pete Buttigieg about the racist roads and bridges we've built. And he answers it answers in the affirmative. Now, I understand there is allegedly a history. I've seen the narrative that some of the planners who were building roads and bridges did some pretty bad things allegedly about where they placed the highways, but I had never heard that the bridges were intentionally built low so that bus loads of blacks and Puerto Ricans couldn't go to the beach. I'm not kidding you. This is so crazy. And well, let's play the exchange before we play Tucker, Yuri. Let's play April Ryan, asking the question that transportation that roads and bridges in America are racist. Here we go. Here's the answer from the transportation secretary when April Ryan. We actually had to put the question first. Do we have April's question? It's all out of order here for some reason. Let me get this. I guess we have a question on tape guys or no. All right, we'll get the question because the question is crazier than the answer. So she asks him, what about the inherent red I'm paraphrasing here about the racism that was inherent in the roads and the bridges that were built. Here's Pete Buttigieg's answer. As to where we target those dollars, you know, I'm still surprised that some people were surprised when I pointed to the fact that if a highway was built for the purpose of dividing a light in the black neighborhood or if an underpass was constructed such that a bus carrying mostly black and Puerto Rican kids to a beach or it would have been in New York was designed too low for it to pass by. But that obviously reflects racism that went into those design choices. I don't think we have anything to lose by confronting that simple reality. And I think we have everything to gain by acknowledging it and then dealing with it, which is why the reconnecting communities that $1 billion is something we want to get to work right away, putting the work. Well, I know how you fix it. You've got to tear the bridges down. You obviously have to take the bridges down. If Jefferson, if a statue of a confederate soldier needs to be torn down, you obviously have to tear down all the bridges that were built too low so that busloads of black and Puerto Rican kids couldn't go to Jones beach. Of course you gotta take the bridges down. And you probably ought to tear up the

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No. 9 Michigan tops Indiana 29-7, bounces back from 1st loss

AP News Radio

00:42 sec | 3 weeks ago

No. 9 Michigan tops Indiana 29-7, bounces back from 1st loss

"Tight end Luke Schoonmaker holes in a pair of touchdowns the help C. N. B. number seven Michigan Indiana twenty nine to seven Schoonmaker snag the twelve yard touchdown toss to give Michigan a ten point lead at the half and then put the icing on the cake with an eight yard score to account for the game's final point in his career day help Michigan get back on the winning track after dropping its first game of the season the Michigan state last week in Vienna brotherhood and and moving on from the past and we were we were so ready to take the field again today and we bought out today so we're happy with this one tell that to sign Haskins carried the offense the rest of the way twenty four hundred and sixty eight yards and a touchdown the Wolverines improved eight one will Indiana drops the to win seven Denny captain over Michigan

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O'Connell, Bell help Purdue take down No. 5 Spartans 40-29

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00:43 sec | 3 weeks ago

O'Connell, Bell help Purdue take down No. 5 Spartans 40-29

"The last of the big ten unbeatens has gone down Purdue in becoming bowl eligible stage for forty to twenty nine win over Michigan state with boilermaker quarterback Aiden o'connell passing for five hundred thirty six yards goes back to our team our coaches the players on our team just wanted to win and believing that they can win so that's what it's all about you know week after week it's it's a battle in the big ten and every week's gonna be a dogfight Purdue receiver David bell hauled in eleven catches for two hundred seventeen yards eight in one Michigan state tied it at twenty one only to see the Boilermakers score sixteen unanswered points Spartan running back Kenneth Walker rushed for one hundred forty six yards Tom McCabe west Lafayette Indiana

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Pro-Trump Activist Scott Presler Travels Nation to 'Make America Clean and Great Again'

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

02:14 min | 3 weeks ago

Pro-Trump Activist Scott Presler Travels Nation to 'Make America Clean and Great Again'

"Welcome back to one on one with mister Reagan, AKA Chris nose. Chris, what is your message after this incredible upset in Virginia? What do you say to all those people who weren't paying attention to politics? When watching your show weren't listening to my show, but are now saying, yeah, these people who've been running things for decades their crazy. Should they just be listening or should they be doing more than that, Chris? Well, I'll tell you what. Who's the guy that went around doing all the cleanup Evers? The tall skinny guy. Oh, I know. The photo registration. Yeah, really good guy. Yeah. I know who you mean. He's doing. He's doing a hell of a job. Just going around and getting people engaged in running for their local school. I'm cleaning up Baltimore, getting a hundred people to go to Baltimore with trash bags and clean stuff up. Get your producer to find that guy's name. We need to promote that guy. He's an awesome guy. That's right. Yeah, he would actually physically go out with a bunch of people and clean up poor neighborhoods. Literally got pressed there. Good call. Good call. Thank you. Scott pressler. I interviewed him on the show. Awesome guy. Just really good personable human being, you know? And he would go out and he would physically clean up these neighborhoods. And the funny thing is, it's like these were oftentimes black inner city neighborhoods. And these are the neighborhoods that Democrats say they care about. Have you ever heard of a group of Democrats going out and physically cleaning the trash off the sidewalks in a black neighborhood? Of course not. But you do hear about conservatives doing it. And that's the kind of grassroots type thing that we need. And you made a good point about media. We are behind in portraying conservatives in a way that America likes. And I think the reason is because when you get when you have to lie about something, you have to be convincing. When you have to tell the truth, you don't feel like you have to invent some kind of amazing show. So conservatives aren't that good at presenting a show of who we are, left is a great at. They've been doing it for decades. So they're great at the show because they got to sell the lie. We're not that good at the show, because we're like, well, of course they're going to believe it. It's the truth. You

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'Mr. Reagan' Creator Chris Kohls Describes the Pop Culture Success of 'Let's Go Brandon'

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

02:34 min | 3 weeks ago

'Mr. Reagan' Creator Chris Kohls Describes the Pop Culture Success of 'Let's Go Brandon'

"Welcome back to one on one with mister Reagan. Let's turn Chris to because I want to get the sense from you a world that I don't understand. Let's talk a little bit about media. You have to be cautious. That's why you've created this alter egos and these fantasy stories you tell about certain elections on your YouTube channel. How are you doing, by the way? Are you being throttled are you being demonetized? How are the the Palo Alto big tech overlords treating mister Reagan? I do think some of some of the restrictions have been lifted recently, and I'm not really sure why. But I had this video about let's go brand and you know the let's go Brandon phenomenon. I decided to recap that because it was something that I started to see on Twitter and I follow this stuff kind of closely, so I kind of understood what it was pretty quickly. But I realized most Americans did not understand what let's go Brandon was. They didn't understand where it came from. They didn't understand all the phenomena that went along with it. And I said, okay, let me just do a comprehensive video about the let's go Brandon movement. And I did this video and it's up to, I think, almost 400,000 views now. So we're doing pretty good. Yeah, that one just really blew up. That was I think a lot of people were curious. Like, I don't understand this. Let's go Brandon thing. So my video, I think is the number one, let's go brand and video on YouTube. That's not like a music video. You know, there's all these songs that have come out. And then I was able to interview this guy, loser, Alexander, who you should have on your show by the way. Great guys. Yes, yes, yes, yes. His song went number one on iTunes, right? He had the song the hook is, you know what they say in hoe. That's the hook of the song. It's a great song. It's like it's very catchy. Most of America just fell in love with this song, and then Bryson gray came out with a song that got actually banned on YouTube because he mentioned COVID pandemic stuff. And so his song then went number one. We've had some on this show. He's great. He's great. He's a great guy. He's a great, but I think part of the success of his version was people thinking they were buying lows version and they bought his version instead. And so his so Lowe's is a little bit irritated. He's like, what is going on? I mean, they're both good songs. They're both good songs, or like I can say anything bad about either of them, but so I got loser on the show and because he's out here in LA. And he's a really good guy. You know, he's a strong Christian. He's a good guy. And strong conservative Trump supporter and just really cool song and a lot of fun. Anyway, so some of my videos have been doing pretty well. Others struggle a little bit, but then, you know, they're not all

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Chris Kohls AKA Mr. Reagan on Alec Baldwin's Fatal 'Rust' Shooting

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

01:36 min | 3 weeks ago

Chris Kohls AKA Mr. Reagan on Alec Baldwin's Fatal 'Rust' Shooting

"Back one on one with mister Reagan, Chris Cole's. Okay, let's move on. Unless did you want us to add something on the bowl? I just want to say that that film sets do get boring. You know, they do get boring. There's a lot of downtime. A lot of downside. You know, where they're moving cameras, you're blocking your blocking means you're just setting up where you're going to stand or where you're going to walk to in the scene as an actor. You figuring out where the lights go and all that kind of stuff. So there's a lot of downtime. Now normally stand ins are there when you're doing all the setup and the blocking and stuff, well, at least doing the lights in the camera. But there's just a lot of downtime. And so you do get bored. And I can totally imagine just goofy around with a goofing around with a gun thinking there's blanks in it. And you know, I can imagine that that scenario happened. Now they're investigating it, so they're interviewing people, but you know, he's done several films I believe where he's had to use prop guns or oh man. Yeah. So I can imagine somebody who is really accustomed to playing around with a gun on set because, you know, the downtime, your accustomed to playing around with a gun, you get a bit bored and then something like this happens when you have some live rounds in the gun. You know, you should be very, very respectful of the gun when you're when you're using it even for a movie. You know, you need to be respectful. Because even with a blank, if you shoot somebody point blank with a blanket, you can kill them. Yeah, because that's actually happened on set because of the so you gotta be careful, even if it's a blank and for them to not be careful with that, it is mind

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Who Is Vivek Ramaswamy, Author of 'Woke, Inc.'?

The Charlie Kirk Show

02:40 min | 3 weeks ago

Who Is Vivek Ramaswamy, Author of 'Woke, Inc.'?

"Show. I've been looking forward to this one for quite some time. One of the most important books that has been authored in recent memory and it's all about kind of woke ism and corporate America and what we can do about it and it's a very interesting very articulate guest. The vague Rama Swami did I get that right? You pretty darn close, Charlie. Good to see you. All right, I'm in the zip code. Honor to have you on our show. You're doing a wonderful job introduce yourself first to our audience and then talk a little bit about your book and we'll go from there. Yeah, sure, just a brief introduction. I grew up was born and raised in Ohio, where actually I live today. My parents were both immigrants from India. I often jokingly asked my dad why he came halfway around the world to Southwest Ohio. And he said that, actually, it was the only place in the world where he could get a job in the United States to be near his older sister who was in Fort Wayne Indiana. And that, of course, beg the question of why she came to Fort Wayne Indiana and we joke around it's the only U.S. state with the word India containing. That gets a bit of my family background on how they came here on a joking note. More seriously, I ended up going to Harvard for college. I studied molecular biology. I was a nerdy guy in the lab the whole time. Ended up getting into BioTech investing after I graduated. Did that for 7 years from 2007 to 2014, spent three of those years at the same time in law school at Yale where I met my wife, probably the most productive thing that came out of it. She was in med school and lived next door to me. And when I came back to New York City, after I finished law school and having a fund job on the side, now it was just a fun job. I ended up having a gap in my schedule, took up stand up comedy for 6 months before I decided that that wasn't my calling and left my job to start a BioTech company. I led the company as CEO for 7 years and during that time we got a number of medicines developed. The one I'm probably most proud of is a new drug to treat prostate cancer. But I stepped down from my job as CEO, this January. And you know, thankfully, the company runs well today. It's multi-billion dollar business, but I stepped down as CEO to work on what I thought was a different kind of cancer. Not a biological cancer. But a cultural cancer that I thought threatened to kill the dream that allowed me to achieve everything I ever had in my life as a first generation American. And that was the new orthodoxy. Well, I guess we could call the new woke orthodoxy that had really taken control of one elite institution after another. And though I wasn't born into a lead America, I had lived it for the last 15 years. And I felt compelled to not only tell my story, but to reveal the problem that I saw, which I viewed as a defining scam of our

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Aldridge reaches 20,000 points, Nets beat Pacers 105-98

AP News Radio

00:40 sec | Last month

Aldridge reaches 20,000 points, Nets beat Pacers 105-98

"James harden had a team high twenty nine points in the nets one oh five ninety eight victory over the Pacers harden scored thirteen points during a twenty eight nine run that gave the nets a three point lead at halftime I had that burst of speed of just in some hotspots was into the best version of Russia so you know I feel pretty good out there for internet the Marcus Aldridge scored seventeen of his twenty one points in the second half helping Brooklyn improved to three and three Aldridge became the fortieth player in league history and the seventh active player to score twenty thousand points Indiana dropped to one in five overall one four on the road despite twenty points from Torrey Craig Chris Torricelli added nineteen for the Pacers I'm the ferry

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As COVID cases fall, Halloween brings more fun and less fear

AP News Radio

00:55 sec | Last month

As COVID cases fall, Halloween brings more fun and less fear

"More people are expected to be out trick or treating this Halloween with covert nineteen cases mostly on the decline although the pandemic is still a worry federal health experts say it's generally safe to enjoy outdoor activities this year including trick or treating epidemiology professor injury engine nada at Indiana University has some safety tips for parents keep your group size is small everyone should wear a mask and holding mass do not replace coal with mass you can carry hand sanitizer and wait until you get home and wash hands before enjoying those candies she does caution against residents leaving out bowls of candy which could mean too many little hands touching treats a new A. P. and R. C. poll finds sixteen percent of Americans plan to take kids trick or treating this year up from twelve percent last year I am Jackie Quinn

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Short-handed Bucks still on point in 119-109 win at Indiana

AP News Radio

00:32 sec | Last month

Short-handed Bucks still on point in 119-109 win at Indiana

"Milwaukee held off a late Indiana rallied for a one nineteen one oh nine win the bucs were up by eighteen early in the fourth before the Pacers cut the lead to five only to see the defending NBA champs pull away on us and on the group just missed a triple double with thirty points ten rebounds and nine assists Khris Middleton had twenty seven in Grayson Allen added nineteen Malcolm Brogdon led Indiana with twenty five points the bucs are now three and one while the Pacers fall to one in three Tom McCabe Indianapolis

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No. 5 Ohio St extends streak with 54-7 blowout at Indiana

AP News Radio

00:31 sec | Last month

No. 5 Ohio St extends streak with 54-7 blowout at Indiana

"Ohio state's explosive offense was on full display in a fifty four to seven win at Indiana running back Trey Veon Henderson had three touchdowns in the Buckeyes total three hundred fifty two passing yards quarterback CJ Stroud passed for four touchdowns Ohio state has won five straight games by an average margin of forty one points and is now six and one overall and foreign in the big ten Indiana has lost three straight and falls to a win for the conference Tom McCabe Bloomington Indiana

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"indiana" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

06:08 min | 2 months ago

"indiana" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"Um, although I think you you know you look at some of the city is not just an Indianapolis but some other cities around the country that has sort of urban populations. And I think, um, you know, you see a recognition that Wow, the school system isn't really working. So what study? What's the alternative? Or what's the solution? And rather than a complete overhaul the school system people sort of support the idea that like well, you know, instead of over a complete Overall, I could Instead get a voucher and send my child to a better school that suits my needs. Yes, I'd be in favor of that. And as we said, you know, Clear Majority 59% do support school choice. Overall, um, opposition to school choice is most pronounced among self identified Democrats with 31% opposing. But it's just 31% majority still support school choice and and so I think it's not an abandonment of the public school system as a whole. Again. It's well there. Easier solutions because I think people recognize Overhauling school systems and changing schools. The public schools in general is not exactly an easy task, but you're right. Just 27% of registered voters believe the public schools in Marion County are going in the right direction and 38% that it got knocked on the wrong track. Um, obviously, um, You know, I think it's no surprise. You see a more optimistic view Charter schools with 34% believed they're headed in the right direction. 22 23% Excuse me say they've gotten off on the wrong track. So I do think it's sort of interesting that, um, you know, almost 60% support school choice. But the way that charter schools reviewed in Marion County is an overwhelmingly supportive. It's generally positive, but it's not like 50% say, Oh, you know, we think they're going to the right direction. I'm afraid we got a couple minutes up here. I want to make sure we hit these final two issues vaccinations, and we did this right around the time that the FDA approved the Pfizer vaccine, but I thought it was interesting when we asked whether folks been vaccinated or not vaccinated. About 20% said. They are waiting for full authorization on 30% said they are worried about the side effects. Yeah, and, uh and I think one of the things I point out to just what we're talking about Vaccinations, you know, while and I don't have the up to date numbers, But when we have you know, about a week ago, I looked. It was about 50% of the county, I think has been vaccinated. And so when you look at the 69% that we have in our survey that say They're fully vaccinated. If you need to remember again and this goes to registered voters versus total population verse, you know any other methodology? And so, um, I think that's why you see that. Obviously, we don't have anybody under the age of 18 in this survey because it is registered voters, um, but I do think it's It's sort of encouraging that 20% of those people who say that they have not been vaccinated yet, um We're waiting for full FDA authorization, so I would expect to see hopefully a little bit of a jump at vaccination rates. Obviously, you can't say for sure. Um, but, you know, I do think there's obviously some positive news in that, But you know the side effects That's a major issue. 30% of those who haven't been vaccinated, said it was because inside effects, there is a disparity between white and black voters. 73% of white voters say they're fully vaccinated. Just 59% of black voters say they are Um, and with black voters, 41% say that, um the side effects are major barriers. So I think if you're a public health official sort of overcoming that barrier with black voters, or I guess citizens, I should say in Marion County that's one of the you know, telling barrier that you need to overcome. But I think with the full authorization from the FDA, I think that should hopefully help boost the numbers a little more in the county and other uh 11. My almost near the end of my questions, my friend. The issue of legalized marijuana that I thought was just like, Wow. But whether was legalization for recreational and medicinal as well as just medicinal purposes. I gotta be honest. When I first saw the results. I was a little surprised myself. I don't think it's I don't think it's surprising that people support legalization to some extent. But you're right. 65% in Marion County support full legalization for recreational and medicinal leaves. I mean, those are pretty large. Numbers and then in additional 20%. Support legalization for medicinal use. Only. So you're talking 85% of registered voters support legalization of some kind and just 10% oppose it. Um, you know, I made the point to you, and I think it bears, you know, beating. I think lawmakers are usually skittish on large scale changes, especially when it comes to something that is viewed as sort of a vice, potentially But to me, this is kind of a no brainer issue. You know, just one in 10 voters oppose it. Those are the kind of numbers when you do polling for any sort of elected official. When you're looking at, you know issues to support or you know how the public views their stances. These are again these are no brainers still like, Look, you don't have to worry about blowback on that. And you know, Republicans usually are going to be the ones who are a little more hesitant to change on something like this. 51% of Republicans support full legalization and 21st 26 per Stan. Excuse me, a Republican support legalization. For medicinal use, So it's not like these. This is a partisan issue. This is across the board support and something that voters clearly are open to, and I think that, you know, they see what's going on around the country here in Illinois, we have full legalization, and I think obviously you're just next door and in Indiana. I think people are aware of what's going on. And no, it's not like all of a sudden, like You know, but the drug cartels moved into Illinois. I think people are a.

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"To be bigger, which means you could have fewer of them. Well, I think you raise a really good point, and that all the more reason to have Competitive districts so that everyone needs can be taken into account. The rural counties have very valid issues to be addressed, as do the metropolitan areas, and so are state needs both the dynamism Of the urban centers with all of it, their diversity of economic and demographic and other diversity. But we also honor and want to, uh Support those in the in the less populated, Um Districts. I mean counties, so all the more reason to have competitive districts where everyone's interests are brought to the table, and we have less polarization. In the in our deliberations about civic issues. On that issue of gerrymandering. The Washington Post. Once I did a story back in 2014, which actually singled out Indiana, Nevada is two of the least during Mander congressional districts, um in the country. Um so What's going on? Because you folks say that is very gerrymandered. The Washington says. It's not very matter. What's what's an average regular person to believe when? Well, we can. We can cite opposing studies to that particular. Um That particular article. The fact is the doctor more. Shaw looked at all of the districts of legislative let us folks state and federal over the last 50 years and his mathematical Conclusions are reflected in the paper that we put on our website. Our guests on the program today is Martha Lincoln. Martha is with women for change. They are calling for an independent, uh, the independent map, drawing to be done this legislative session because they say they did some research and commissioned research and found out But Indiana's up maps are somewhat Jerry matter, Martha. Here's my question for you. Um how can we ever have a system of Matt making that is completely independent? Because the commission has to be appointed? And so, uh, Democrats are using point Democrats, Republicans are going to point Republicans. So how do you How do you make that redistricting happen in a nonpartisan? Manner of seeing how Jerry, which is how dry matches is the ultimate in politics? Well, that's a really good point. And, of course, when always has to balance the politics in the in the mix, But having an independent commission would really add a level of, um, public input and area. A more balanced approach. Actually, Speaker Bosma appointed the committee about five or six years ago to study this topic. Bipartisan committee appointed by legislative leadership, and they recommended an independent commission to advise the Legislature, which does have under the constitution the responsibility of drawing the districts. But the Constitution also says that the election shall be free at equal and that standard that we'd like to help the Legislature get to And I do want to say we very much appreciate, Uh, Speaker Houston's comments that there will be a transparent process and that the Legislature will meet its statutory and constitutional duties and that is very good news. Very good. I want to say also in the Constitution says that lawmakers shall draw the maps. And so I know in the past. That had been a point of contention to appoint a legislative commission because while the house may have been more faithful to the city was it was getting very, very strict constructionists and saying, Hey, they love the map of the country says We have to draw the map. So we're going to draw the maps. Right? Well, you absorb. You're absolutely right. I would say that the Legislature relies on a lot of good advice in all of its deliberations. We all hope they do and so The Independent commission would. There are ways in other states are piloting this and we can learn from their lessons. Um other states are are Founding these independent commissions, which do advise the Legislature. And then there are mechanisms for the The use of the findings of the commission. And the the Legislature is the final um, approval mechanism under the Indiana Constitution. Um, Mark, Let me ask you this because one thing I was kind of wondered, Uh, I'm from Illinois, which is a weird place in its own creature. When it comes to to to map drawn, they're about to end up in court right now, for what they did with gives an incomplete Census data. But Illinois has always sort of had. What's called nesting You have, you know 15 58 114 114 members of the House 15 members of the Senate, and so you have to to house districts, everyone Senate district. It was just a lot more compact. That way. Could you see Indiana if Indiana word or go to an Indepent commission doing something like that, where you have necessary have to house their six for every once in a district. That's a really interesting idea. I think Iowa does the same thing and nesting can lead to, uh, you know, a more cohesive representation so that you'd have to house districts in every Senate district. I don't know if the Legislature would consider that in Indiana, but you could see a rationale that, uh, to study it certainly and learn from other states and see if we agree that that's the experience we want for Indiana. Martha. What about the criticism that it's not the map makers? They're just, uh, you're still dealing with Indiana geography and that folks and you know, and Wayne kind of gonna be different than folks in Vermillion. No Lake count is going to be different than the Clark County vice versa, and the maps that are drawn where the House was sitting maps. It's just what Indiana looks like. Well again, Uh, Indiana has a lot of counties. And if every county uh, just had it on Representative that might lead to one Interesting conclusion. But that is not the the way redistricting works..

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"Statement I think gave him the ability to say I'm getting out because I now think there is a better candidate who's gotten in. Exactly, Uh, by the way, Speaking of primaries and nominating conventions, I've always been a firm believer that primaries, my friends are private political functions, and the taxpayers should not be footing the bill for for political parties primary, particularly if it's open primary. That's one thing but if it's a closed primary Like we have here in Indiana, where only Republicans and Democrats can vote in the respective areas, then that that that I haven't that I have an issue with. So why not just switch to, uh, either an open primary system or just go to a nominating convention altogether? Where the delegates excuse the governor the whole nine yards, let the political parties for the bill, and then they get to present their candidates to the voters. Yeah. You know, we still find some nominating conventions at the small level. So you find a small town where they may be doing on a nominating convention. It doesn't cost anybody something they rent a, You know, Park Pavilion someplace and maybe a couple 100. People show up and they take care of business to libertarians still do conventions. Obviously, a lot of people don't realize that you and I, as taxpayers are paying for the Republican and Democratic primaries that are held and when they find that out, they do get a little bit offended by that. I don't see us moving to conventions, in part because there are an awful lot of people who still want to have their say which suggests that but they don't want to be. You know, a good, loyal member of a political party. The way we're set up you you're supposed to be a good card carrying member of a of a party. If you're showing up to participate in their primary, we have plenty of people who are not. They do not participate in what would be considered their primary. They're trying to muck around on the other side, or, you know, maybe they're the minority party, so they want to make sure the least or best possible candidate from the other party gets the nomination. All those sorts of things happen. But part of the reality here is that the political parties love to see the voting histories and there are plenty of things in the code in terms of positions on boards and commissions that require partisan balance That suggests that maybe it would be very hard for us to go away from our current system. So The parties like to see the the labels and the voter files so that they can decide who to campaign to. We need it for code purposes for appointments to boards and commissions, etcetera. It's not likely to change any time soon. I don't think for those reasons, but I'm willing to bet if you actually sat down with voters across the state, and you had a conversation with them. They would be like you and they would say No, you go to convention. If it's a party function, you get your party people together. You pay for it or go One open, open primary and let me vote in the primary that matters for me, and also I think it's also interesting to my friend. Add to that list of why we have primaries, Uh, is to make sure that Republicans vote for Republicans and Democrats vote for Democrats. Nobody switches over because you can only be on the ballot if you voted in the primary to a certain degree. But if you go to another party's primary, then you can't make it. Yeah, You know, I love when it comes to come convention time and people end up getting themselves challenged in a primary because they want to be on the ballot as a delegate to their party convention And somebody says, Wait a minute. You voted in the wrong primary last election, and they get shocked by that. And then they get removed from the ballot. So they learned lesson the hard way. But you're right. Absolutely Another reason that we have the system we have. And also my friend. Speak of Eric Garden. Is it? Is it too early to be ready for governor yet? I would say that you know, you used to be that you waited until everybody was done running the year before you before you announce, so you weren't raising funds on their on their time, so to speak. I think we're pushing it a little bit. With the mayoral candidates. The 2023 candidates who are announcing I definitely think they're pushing it for those who are in 2024. All right, well, except we covered a lot of grounding in the US one to add my friend while we're while we're chatting here. No, just being so pleased to be talking with one of the media celebrities up here in my part of the state where you were featured in a news story about the Ricky to Holcomb lawsuit. Yeah, this enjoy of being a lawyer and a broadcaster. You gotta love it handed down to the mic down Center for Indiana politics and my friend. Thank you very much for being with us. Always going to chat with you, sir. My pleasure. Thanks for having me any down with Mike down, Senator Nana politics. You're listening to Indiana issues. I'm your host of door. Kim spots the editor, publisher of any politics that are well when it comes to Covid 19 in the past year. There's a lot of things that economists got right as well as it got wrong. He discussed that his ball, said economist Michael Hicks. We also talked about the economic impact of population demographic ships in Indiana. The change in the census, Mike. Thanks for joining us today. We do appreciate it. Good to be with you again. All right. So let's start with the one article that she wrote what economists got right and wrong about Covid. What was the impotence behind you writing that Well, you know, it's been a year now, since most of us completed some fairly major forecast. I think most economists think tank economist number of government economists, those of us who work in research centers. Who were publishing forecasts of Covid depth and its potential effect on taxes, employment, those sorts of things to be a good time to talk about what we got right and what we got wrong and why we might have been wrong or right in these areas. Well, let's start with the good news first. What exactly did you folks get right about Covid 19 over the past year? Wow. That's good news may be good news for us, but it may not be good for the economy. Uh, you know, I think most people understood that. The, um the retrenchment economic activity predated government intervention, so the recession formally began in February of 2020. And if you look at the high frequency data on, for example, consumer spending at grocery stores and restaurants and accommodations, all of those had flipped before the first government action. So here in Indiana, we were already in recession. And there was a 40% decline in fast foods or restaurant sales before the very first action, which was the Indianapolis restrictions on a number of people 250 people. And we were down almost 60% before government before Governor Holcomb took his first action in February. 23rd and you know, essentially, I think that means that economists who from the very beginning, said Look, the problem is the disease, the effect of the disease, household spending and production. Rather than government restrictions on economic activity, or what caused a downturn and we were right about that, and we were sadly very right about the depths. Of the March April and May job losses, which were, you know, essentially got us to near Great depression levels of joblessness in about 60 days instead of four months, and it took us way back from 29 to 1933..

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"Families that need more choices. Family wouldn't be making those choices these schools wouldn't exist. Their families didn't want them and weren't choosing them. You know, it's a big risk when I started school that I'm betting that there are families that want it. And indeed, that's the case. Families more choices. We just need to accept it and move on and be more productive than what we're doing. All right, Like so a lot of lot of ground education universe, our good friend and eight Kevin Teasley, the head of the Geo Foundation to greater education, Kevin, my friend. Thank you very much for being with us. Always going to talk to you, sir. Thanks a bunch for having me appreciate it. Seventies of the Geo Foundation. You're listening to Indian issues. I'm your host of Joachim Shahbazi, editor publisher of any politics at work well when it comes to crime in the capital city in Epa's mayor, John Hawkes said this week unveiled more than $3 million Initiative to fight crime. But critics say it's too little too late. Joining us now is one of those critics were excited. The president of the Fraternal Order of Police, Rick, thanks for being with us today. Thanks for having us so help us out here. Bob. The mayor's proposal spends about $3 million on on law enforcement on crime prevention. What's wrong with what the city is doing or what doesn't work and you guys opinion? Well, first and foremost, it isn't just a message from us. But it's a message from the rank and file police officers in the city of Indianapolis. And quite frankly, many of the residents that we are talking to throughout the neighborhoods are officers were shocked to learn of the proposal because we were seeing the mayor of proposing to Sprinkle thousands of dollars around the city. And another fledging Lee attempt. Uh, To respond to the record breaking pace of surging violence, and he had not even talk to police about this proposal. And so what we were struck by is that within it, it requires council approval, which means that before Our elected officials can even cross the street. The start line. Uh this proposal will take at least another month to get through the political process, So that means many more multiple lives will be lost in the interim and will be nearly midway through the summer surge within the surge. In Indianapolis. And so what we have pointed out is true to form and once again, our politicians are aiming at nothing, and they're hitting it every time. So what is it is anything on the program it in the in the mayor's proposed in particular that doesn't work for you folks. Or is there something else going on? Well, I think there's things in there that have long term, um, positions to consider. But what we are making clear is that people are dying today. Tonight. We just came off of a weekend again. Here in Indianapolis, where we have seen multi more people. Multiple more people lose their lives and suffer at the hands of violence. And so what we are saying is You got to take this in stages and you first have to triage situation. We have to stop the bleed and interrupt the cycle of violence that are occurring daily and nightly in our city. Once we do that, and get some breathing room, we can focus on these more long term perspectives. But none of that matters to the people who are being confronted, Uh today and what we always liken it to. As if someone It's critically injured from a car crash and they're laying on the road and they are bleeding out, and they also have a broken farm. It is as though we're going to treat the broken thumb before we focus on stopping the bleeding, and so for whatever we do for that broken bone, nothing matters. If the person still bleeds out and dies, that is exactly what's happening in our city. And instead what we see as politicians running around pontificating, Um we even saw the mayor points at the dance to the pandemic as an excuse for the surging violence. It's been actually skyrocketing in Indianapolis for multiple years. So what we said in response to that is let us be clear. Covid does not cause crime criminals do and to suggest otherwise. Which is what is occurring amongst the mayor, but also our council. Our City County Council and our Marion County prosecutor, which is serving to distract from a broken system of arrest and re arrest. Criminal justice. The revolving door if you will. One of the things that the mayor's office going to spend money on was sort of these domestic violence interrupter saying that Indianapolis in Marin County has seen a major increase and domestic violence that they contribute to covid two people kind of being sort of, you know, indoors all day and then the stress and pressure the whole nine yards. Um, could could you see from that perspective, covid bearing some responsibility? At least in part for our crime problem. Nonsense. What it is, is the fact that we have a system that is allowing low or no bonds, an automatic release for those interim steps of domestic violence related crimes. The reason why we are seeing a search. If that were the case, Abdul That would be a one off. That would be an outlier that we would just see in one year instead. What we have seen is this is a build up in a in a consistent increase and escalating trend lines in violence overall. Now, no doubt domestic violence. Homicides have increased. But here are the real symptoms of the matter. We have politicians who are supporting the system that says that if we arrest somebody tonight for Related crimes related to domestic violence, such as felony battery, criminal confinement, criminal recklessness with a weapon, intimidation, pointing a firearm residential entry stalking and strangulation, stalking its regulation or two of the highest mortality factors involved in domestic violence. But all those felonies I just named You get an automatic $500 cash bond in an automatic release without anyone even reviewing your criminal record, which means we have domestic violence. Offenders repeat offenders who are being arrested for a new allegation of Let's say strangulation, the highest lethality factor. And there is no consideration given to the criminal history, and instead they get an automatic release. And now now the likelihood of a domestic violence homicide has dramatically increased. And what that tells us is those are preventable. Yet our politicians are failing to interrupt that our guests the problem today is Rick Side of the head of the F O P Here in Indianapolis, married Connie. Uh, often, law enforcement response who planned the mayor presented last week there was spent about $3 million On crime prevention, Rick something else the mayor's office. The two was also, uh, spend money toward, uh, sort of police engagement, so to speak, more training, more identifying officers that may have an issue early on. Um, is that this sort of the time the place for that or help us out here? Absolutely not. And everybody in the neighborhood sees that for what it did. Is it merely pandering to party insiders? And in fact, it's blurring the lines of the public safety crisis that is going on with an administrative police personnel Early warning system. It's nonsensical, and so what we have said is Listen in all this talk of accountability. The police in our community are like are having the same question for the mayor, the council president, but mostly the public safety committee chair Leroy Robinson in the Marion County Prosecutor Ryan Mirrors that question is what happened to accountability for criminals. That is where our problem lies. And so we have said, is victims deserve better? The police officers who are risking their lives deserve better and quite frankly, Abdul, our communities of color that all these politicians talk about who are being disproportionately victimized by this violence. They deserve better excited with us on the program today. We're talking about crime and crime prevention here in the city of Annapolis, Rick. So help us out here. What do you What do you recommend? Uh, that the city do. I know you folks kind of allied sort of four proposals that you think we could implement immediately that would have an impact on crime and violence here in the city. Absolutely sir. Politicians consistently keep.

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"A loan was denied a promotion where work because of a previous injury. I couldn't get into the grocery store because the entrance was not wheelchair accessible. The Indian. A Civil rights commission reminds you that discrimination still happens. If you feel that you have been the victim of discrimination called Indiana Civil Rights Commissioner 186633247 for eight or visit our website. I am Doc. Oh, backslash, I CRC This message is brought to you by the state of Indiana Civil Rights Commission. Welcome back to any of the issues. I'm your host of Joachim Shiva's the editor and publisher of India politics. That or we'll legislation moving through the Indiana General Assembly could make it more difficult for the Libertarian Party to get on the ballot for governor in the U. S Senate House Bill 11 34, sponsored by state representative Ethan Manning, would require 4500 signatures of registered voters. 500 Congressional district to get on the ballot for non major political party. Right now to get ballot access libertarians only 2% of the vote in the Secretary States race we spoke to represent of Manning this past week represented Thank you very much for being with us. Going to be with you have dual. Thanks for having me on. All right. So help us out here. What exactly does House Bill 11 34 do? 11 34, really. We're just attempting to make our ballot access for Governor and U. S. Senate candidates more consistent for candidates who are members of political parties. That's the That's the purpose of the bill. So in effect, there is a provision in the law where a party who receives between two and 10% of the vote in the secretary of state's race they have a special classification that's different from the major parties and different from independent candidates. For that class of party. We're just saying that their candidates for governor in us, and it would have to get 4500 signatures 500 from each of our nine congressional district, just like Republicans and Democratic candidates have to do now. Why would this be necessary? Because for the most part, this would only apply to not necessary the Republicans or Democrats about the libertarians that once they may be like the Green Party. So would not apply to the Green Party because they don't meet that 2% threshold. So Green Party candidate this technically an independent under the law, they have to get the number of signatures equal to 2% of the secretary of state vote in whatever district or, you know, statewide office. They're running it. But currently, yes, it would only apply to the Libertarian Party who meet that classification. Yeah. What was up the purpose or motivation? But excuse me behind all this. Well, when I was just looking at our election law and Abdul, I can tell you it took me an entire afternoon just to read through this part of the code. I'm not an attorney like you to go through 10 or 12 different code sites and really are our party system is pretty convoluted. And so I just wanted to bring a little more consistency with the statewide candidates. We already have consistency. With the presidential candidates amongst members of parties a statewide level so wanted to bring that as well. T o the governor and U S Senate races now what respected the governor and the U. S. Senate race. Libertarians do not have Primaries. They have nominating conventions s So I guess my question is, why not just let them do it with the nominating convention and just let them go forward and just just kind of leave things as they are so to speak. Well, they still do have their nominating convention. So the only change is that those candidates who are nominated their convention also have to have the 4500 signatures just like we have to have. So instead of The Republicans or Democrats getting the 4500 to appear on the primary ballot. They just have to get the 4500 to be nominated at their convention, so they still have the advantage of having a convention rather than a primary against in the program today, a state representative Ethan Manning, Ethan represents Peru in Locust Point. We're talking about a house Bill House Bill 11 34. That was sort of changed the way third parties Libertarian Party particular would be able to get On the ballot. They have to go out and get 500 signatures from each congressional district. Even let me ask you because obviously, that 500 signatures is a lot more work than folks think it is. So why put that burden on the libertarians? Why not just remove that burden and let whoever wants to run for governor or or his Republican or Democrat or a libertarian Party member? Just to let them run as is and get their party's nomination. Are you then the primary or nominating convention? So this is something the 4500 signatures 500 in each congressional district is something the Republicans the Democrats have had to do for decades. So in providing that consistency, I just wanted to bring those other members of parties up to that same level. And I admit it is quite a bit of work to get 4500 signatures statewide. But really in a state of 6.5 million people, it's not too high of a Barbie clear to show you know basic amount of support for someone's candidacy to get on the statewide ballot. Now, this is only applied for the governor's race in the U. S Senate race would not apply to Secretary State Auditor Treasure or attorney General. Just Wanna make sure we're clear on that part. That's correct. We're keeping it consistent across the parties there. Um, one of things that I've been hearing from my libertarian friends, as you can probably imagine is they're not necessarily had with us. I think this is a Republican way to get back at Donald Rainwater for doing so well in the last election, or or there's something else going on. How do how do you respond to that? My friend. Well, I could see why they might think that, But Donald Rainwater and his candidacy have nothing to do with this. This is truly just me trying to bring more uniformity to our ballot access laws, which are fairly convoluted as I mentioned on, so I should also mention that our ballot access laws well criticized were upheld in court when all the way the Supreme Court In the early 19 eighties. So our laws have been tested in court and understood that withstood that test is the time my friend. Maybe take a look at our ballot access laws here in Indiana, maybe do like a summer study committee just sort of walked through everything just just to make sure that everything is fair, equitable and reasonable. And obviously you don't want your balls look like no like a phone book, or, like I say, the Italian now let's make like a million Little Party has got to be some kind of threshold, but he sure this is the right way to do it or have there been other ideas kind of thrown out there. I have not heard of any specific ideas this session, But I do think this is certainly a good topic for a term study committee to take a close look at which is gonna be my other question. Which is? Where is this legislation right now? How is the moving through her? Hasn't had a hearing yet. Yes. So the bill did pass out of the House Elections and apportionment committee this week, and it will be on the House calendar for the full house to consider tomorrow and then again for final passage early next week. Um, what have you What have you heard Heard even concerns from your fellow lawmakers or anything, Or is everybody just sort of been on board with this? Not a great amount of concern If you concerns with more questions, and in fact, most people are surprised when they learn that these candidates in these parties he receive between two and 10% of the vote. Do not have to get signatures. Everyone just assumed that they already had to do this. Just like Major party candidates do so. Once that's explained, most of my colleagues have been fully understood the bill, let's go here, my friend. I've got a couple of interception. Our guest today on the program is Ethan Manning. Ethan is a Republican state representative. Peru Logansport are talking about House Bill 11 34, which would Which would have required 4500 signatures 500 from each congressional district in order to get on the ballot..

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"Who day after day, hour after hour have taken care of those afflicted. With this virus and to our law enforcement officials who put their lives on the line every day to serve, save and protect our streets. Into our churches, synagogues and mosques. Spiritual guidance. So that we can carry on with our lives without far worse disruption. And yet through it all. Hoosiers have risen to meet these unprecedented challenges. Realizing much more work is to be done in this historic moment of opportunity. Ladies and gentlemen, because of you. The state of our state is resilient and growing. Our foundation has held strong. I don't know how many other states in America have a triple a credit rating and are expected to finish the year with over $2 billion in reserves and that experience an all time record year of new job commitments last year. During a global pandemic like Indiana did. Keep me And because of the strong position we were in pre pandemic. And the immediate, aggressive and targeted Cove in 19 responses throughout Was able to include in my two years state budget proposal. That Indiana is now in the position. To restore many agency budgets. Increase K through 12 funding by $377 million. Restore higher education funding by $103 million and increase it in each of the next two years. Make new investments in our state parks and in our Indiana state fairgrounds that serves all 92 counties. Building, new State Police Land and Indiana National Guard Armory along with improvements in two others. And we're in a position to pay down $400 million on our biggest teacher pension debt. And in turn gives us more budget flexibility. Same is true for paying off the outstanding bonds on I 69 mortgages on three state hospitals. He's and gentlemen coming off a 2020. I'm convinced 2021 can be the best ever. So the central question before us all. Is. How can we seize this day? Thankfully. In Indiana. Our capabilities will be aided by our momentum for sure, but we must not slow down. In fact, we must accelerate and go, go, go. That starts with keeping our focus on the health and wealth of our people. No matter what phase of life or pathway they are on. I'm so proud of our state Department of Health. And the way they and our local partners have rolled out. The are shot Hoosiers vaccination plan. We've already scheduled or administer nearly 120,000 vaccinations to our 80 year and older population. And over 215,000. Hoosiers in the 70 to 79 age group..

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"It's kind of the bird in hand. So if we have it, we know we're got it and we'll get get it out to people. In the The more that participate and good public health practices. And the more that get vaccinated. Right? The safer and swifter will get through this. And so that's my guest brought. That would be my only appeal is ultimately in large part. This comes down to personal responsibility, but I'm telling you Our economy and our our lives and our livelihoods are dependent on all of us. Whether you're one tough Uh, you know, Do the right thing or not? And the sooner and we will get through this to your point. We will get through this, and that's the such the Positive sign and the hopeful thing about this is we know how to get there. So come on board. Abdul Hakeem Shabbas. Indy politics. Good afternoon, Abdul after governor afternoon, Dr Box a couple of questions first of all Has your administration. Consider, uh Executive order that would allow license paramedics to administer the covert 19 vaccine. That's question number one and number two. It's funny mentioned do the right thing because there was a hearing today. Senate Bill 78. Would allow for Bob employees with a medical condition or religious objection away getting a covert 19 and the job couldn't force him to do it. But there was no mask wearing there was very little Social distance scene and look like the folks who came to testify. We're turning the state house into a super spreader area. Who's responsible for that? What do we have in place to deal with that sort of thing as people come Testify which they should with their government. But the same time be conscious and of everyone else's help by wearing a mask and social distancing. You don't take them. Paramedics. Yeah. Sometimes the paramedics are able to do that. Dr. Kaufman would love to be here to say yes. We have got on all levels of E. M s and paramedics engaged in not only going out to homes where we have homebound individuals and taking the vaccines to those individuals, but it On our mobile units engaged with the Department of Corrections and also will be engaged on many of our vaccine sites across the state, so we're very blessed to have their partnership. You and I do a lot just feel free to jump in. But I mean, I'll just say it. Pretty much the outset of The this year and this session. We got a long way to go. And we want to In courage, the people to be part of this process. And to do that, we Um have more than encouraged safe environments and we're taking the same approach right now. During this legislative process, I'll be continuing to meet with Leaders and members and the legislative body as they conduct their business, But it needs to be done safely and what I what I'm concerned about to your point. Um Is that folks will seek to shut down or Repel or or push away. Others who want to have a contribution. In this very process because they want to be safe. And so will be making sure that we're working with the leaders. Most sides of the aisle to make sure that they have what they need to ensure that the legislative process can be conducted safely for the people's business to occur. And that's why we're here. Um And those discussions will be ongoing. I'm sure A zoo next four months or beyond unfold. MEREDITH with W AL. If I Afternoon, MEREDITH. Good afternoon. Governor s O. I think my first question is going to probably be for Dr Weaver. But Dr Rockso free to chime in. So this is actually from a viewer we have had people say that they have tried to schedule an appointment. And after entering their birthday, they say they're put into the vaccine waiting room And then after 60 minutes, they're bumped out of that. And they have to go through the registration process again. So they're question areas like what do they need to do to register? And they're also wondering if they can register with their spouse because they're older and would like to do it together. So that's my first question. And then I do have a second question after that. And so you want to take that? Yes. So what they're experiencing right now probably is because of the high volume So that is one option would be to wait Ah, less higher time. So we definitely see or higher numbers in the morning so I would look in the afternoon or the evening or the super early morning to try and register. It's also a refreshing of the browser. So a lot of I t things, But like I said, we are doing everything we can to try to make it a smooth process and so more people can get Registered at the same time as far as registering at the same time as your spouse, So right now, technically you can't put both your names and at the same time and click the two appointments right next to each other. You will have to go in a separate people. But of course, you can do it for your spouse and make sure that you get that same time, But we are working and thinking about improving those functions as we Hopefully, at some point will be vaccinating entire family so something to keep in mind, But right now, it's not that quite that easy to do. Sure. And then my second question. I know you kind of touched on your plans for if there are any protest, I was just wondering if the state of Indiana has received any threats. I know that a lot of other states like you said of kind of had a little bit more difficult that has a state of Indiana received any threats or have you heard that there is going to be any of those arms protests that have been talked about so much? Superintendent Carter. You want to Discuss what we will and won't share. I will. I will short answer. Your answer to the question is no, we have not. There is a lot out there, though, and social media on social media platforms, talking about what might be happening around ST around every actually every state in the nation and we again are taking that public information very seriously. But as of right now, we do not have a direct information associate ID with events that one that could occur in Indiana. But you know that could change in the next 60 seconds. We just don't know. Let me just give up. Um Add to this, I said at my swearing in ceremony. That These times as always, But these times specifically present us with a real opportunity that goes along with the real challenge that we face every day. And Indiana has a real opportunity not just over the next week, but over the next month, two months and beyond, to show that we can have Obviously peaceful expressions of our opinions and have debate and do them safely and s O this this You know the coming days, not just the next 567 days, but beyond Presents us with a huge opportunity to show the Indiana way that I That I believe is on full display Indiana Governor Eric Holcomb and members of administration talking about the Hoosier vaccination as well, a statehouse security and that possible super spreader event at the Statehouse and that will do it for this edition of Indiana issues. Remember, you can catch us off the week in our parent website and politics that or also, be sure to follow us on social media. We're on Facebook and Twitter and any politics. Org. I'm Abdul Hakim Sebastien and publisher of the new Politics Out of work. Thanks for joining us. We'll talk to next time on Indiana issues. 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07:39 min | 11 months ago

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"Those folks that air Citing those proceedings. Air in Washington, D C. I'm focused on the home front. Whitney. I'm not running for federal office and won't have an opinion. Until I would and don't hold your breath for me to do that. Obviously, we're going through a And during a global pandemic, and I realize we're seven days away. I guess the 20th of January would be the inauguration. On Dwight happens between now and then, as anyone's guess. I'm certainly I'm not calling any shots out there and don't want to be Having said that What I want to do is be focused here at home on the home front and making sure we're getting through this. Um As swiftly and safely I I don't want to just spend my time. Imagining. What it's going to be like to actually take off. My mask. And not have to put it back on or going to a restaurant and celebrating the fact that we're on the other side. Um, I don't want to. Just spend my time imagining. All the good that is in the pipeline and that light at the end of the tunnel. It's it's there Now. We don't have to imagine this. We know that vigilance and the combination of vigilance and the vaccine Is making a difference. And now we're in this position where we're starting to predict when that will really make a difference, But we know this is going to save lives. I've got my plate is full and any other gunner in the country ought to be focused on their job at hand. And We know what the results are. We're moving forward. We're already working with our federal and our local partners on making sure we get through this pandemic. The Of medical science is settled on what we need to, uh But I should say the medical experts have presented us with the information that's settled. We know what we need to do, and we're doing it. And there are so many indicators positive indicators out there. Both on the Health front and on the economic front. That just reinforces. Me and others to focus on the duty at hand here at home. We end with the Daily Journal. Good afternoon, Leanne. Yeah. The and you should be thanks for taking my question. Terrible, parched and from our reader. This free mother lived, but Can you? Me? No. You're bouncing around in and out. Real time technology issues right here. Full display. We'll circle back come back to Leanne. Brock Turner. With W F I u afternoon brought Good afternoon. Governor. Have a couple of, um everything. Mm hmm. Go ahead. Brock sorry about that. So question here for Dr Dan and then one for Governor Holcomb. Um, Dr Dan, I know you mentioned some nursing homes here in the state of Indiana and long term care facilities did not sign on to the federal vaccination program. I was just hoping you could go into a little more detail about the reasons that you're hearing that those facilities did not, And if you had a direct number of those facilities Yeah. I don't want to give an exact number cause I It may have changed. It was in the ballpark of 10 still nursing facilities that we're not in the federal partnership and when we'd reached out to them Some of them had actually established a partnership already with their local hospital and had the ability to do them through them. Some have their local pharmacies that they worked with, who thought that they would be able to provide that for them, only to find out later that that's not how the program was designed. But it would be this federal partnership and so By the time they realize that the date for signing up had passed, but it's a fairly small number and in the assisted living facility, it's also in the About 30 or so range that didn't have a plan so overall, the vast majority of the both skilled nursing assistant facilities are in that federal partnership. Thanks. And then just one quick question for Governor Holcomb in terms of moving forward in this vaccination process had there been anything any instances in which you, you know Would have liked things to run smoother it because it I mean, because I know Dr Box and others that sort of mentioned, you know, maybe a difficulty with getting the number of vaccines and those allocations changing. Is that there? Are there any Is there anything that you would point to that? You know, you would like to See move course smoothly. Uh, I'm a patient Individuals to I, of course, like perfection. But I understand you're what you're witnessing is this is not Cabbage Patch dolls or tickle me Elmo. You know that we're ordering. This is vaccinations to the tune of hundreds of thousands. Tens of thousands, not just tests and tracing and vaccinations occurring every single day with multiple partners that is evolving over time. And so I get From the From the What might seem to be the smallest issue like the size of a parking lot in some community out state, Indiana and how that affects accommodating Administering the vaccine. So we're all going through this together. Like it or not. We're all going through this together. And like I said, we're taking a fact. Based approach. Moving ourselves, not just forward, but through this to the other side. And we're seeking partnerships and building them and growing them, extending them on a day that day out basis, And so there are Um The only thing that I would want more of his inventory that zit and we will get it in the arms when we get it, and I'm Not just patient. I'm appreciative that we're in the position that we are right now with inside a year. Having multiple vaccinations. You want to add anything your your phone lights up every minute of every day. So I think Hoosiers were just so anxious Now that we're on to this point of hope, right? And now Hoosiers are anxious, and they just want to know when, when, when? And that's the hardest part. And so I think, Governor you and myself on. I know Lindsay. We always just try to be as transparent as possible that these are the facts as we know them, but Ask us in a couple of hours, and they may be totally different, so we really have to drop adopted that approach..

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01:31 min | 11 months ago

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"Days, But they'll be a couple that that will prioritize. Thank you all. Stay safe and appreciated all your all your doing. Indiana House Speaker Todd Houston and Senate President Pro TEM Rod brain and that will do it for this edition of Indiana issues. Remember, you can always catch us about the week at our parent website and the politics of torque and be sure to follow us on Facebook as well. You can follow us on Facebook also follow us on Twitter. Our Twitter handle is indeed politics. Org. And don't forget we have our television program as well. That's right. Lots of stuff going on with a nanny issues these days. You can catch our program on YouTube. And if Comcast UK provider guess what you can catch us on Comcast. Oh, and by the way, we want to wish you all a very happy and healthy new year. We realize that 2020 was tough for a lot of us. We lost her own father to the cove in 19. And so we just want to make sure you all stay safe. We appreciate you all listening to us, and we'll hopefully be around here for a lot longer. Any other issues under rent apart by the Indiana Conference of Mayors or just local program, the Indiana Chamber of Commerce Ivy Tech Community College, though small business law firm with Asher Bushman in vocal, the end super quality education in a nap of public schools in end of Civil Rights Commission and downtown comics, your place to escape. I'm your host, Abdul Hakeem Shabbas, the editor, publisher of any politics at or thank you all very much me with us. We really do appreciate it and we'll talk to you next time on Indiana issues. When was the last time you practice your home? Fire Escape plan? Be sure everyone in your family knows what to do. If there's a fire, Get out!.

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02:12 min | 11 months ago

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"Members that are absent. I'm gonna let the members decide what they disclosed you. You're cracked. Correct festival Indiana this spring. Is that affecting how you see a killer playing out? E don't know that it has a massive impact on you know the the just fabulous news. Obviously to have the tournament coming to Indianapolis. It's not gonna have the gonna bring the crowds that it normally does. I don't think based on How I expect that they would have those tournaments and limited limited people in the stands. I talked to our caucus today, and it just advise him to make sure they have their rooms locked up so that they don't have a problem. Getting room for the first couple weeks of the tournament's going on. I think it's Mark's 16 3 for the fifth or something. So that would be the one thing that we want to be careful of, and we've talked about that already understand More conversation by Ludwig, This is fantastic news spending time. SIG news for any of this is fantastic news for Indianapolis and so excited about it. And, uh, just shows what type of atmosphere and type of place that Indianapolis is, Uh, specifically your question, Brandon. Um, you know, it's a good problem laugh, you know, and then we will adjust because it'll be great to see. Hopefully, uh, good numbers of people. Here in Indianapolis. Providing downtown, right were you remember you were absent today? Usually because of illness with a computer or otherwise. And I want that. How did you do with your building again? Thank you. I will members of rafts and determined but their situation to say with their situation was Yeah. I was fortunate. My city. My season symptoms were mild. I win Got Tess. Success. Normally, I break a fever within.

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06:32 min | 11 months ago

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"Find yourself and so, presenting those options. We hear this all the time when people are moving to the state of Indiana, not just businesses, but people. Moved to the state of Indiana. They love that they can live in urban, rural or suburban and get to either of the other two relatively quickly. Kayla Sullivan, Fox 59. Morning, Kayla. Good morning governor for pregnancy accommodations in the workplace. This didn't pass last year, and it didn't go to a study committee like they were hoping, um, How are you going to push for this passage this year, looking at the challenges that face last year, and there's a lot to concentrate on, um does the pandemic. Present a stronger argument for this. Well, we didn't need to study it any further, so I didn't need a study committee. It needs more effect on my on my part, probably a more effective and persuasive. Um Articulation of why what you just asked why this is so important to make sure that everyone has V ability not just to enter into the workforce, but to stay in the workforce. And so the how Will be successful this time. Maybe the second time's a charm on I'm Given a little confidence in the fact that there have been other items that Lieutenant governor I have pushed that haven't been successful the first time, But first you don't succeed. Try try again. And here we are that The importance of this bill during this time, this is true across the board for everyone. And like I said, We want Indiana to be a state of opportunity for all and we'll just all have to spend a lot more time Lieutenant governor will spend a lot more time making sure folks have access to the fax. Making sure this is a benefit. To their workplace. We want to have a stable Skilled up workforce. Part of the hang up is when you're constantly retraining people, and so will continue to make the case that, um, some accommodations that don't get in the way. From legal liability or don't get in the way from a financial consideration are smart, just short term but long term as well. Dylan from truck beat. Good morning, Dylan. Thank you. You said that you'd look you the recommendations from the Teacher Pay commission. Sure, That report called for a dramatic increase in state funding for K 12. Schools Help foot the bill for It's $600 million. It would cost to make the state teacher pay competitive and that that would likely require increased robin you If this seat doesn't act this year, it means it could Away for another two years in Indiana, afford to wait to address its teacher pay prices. Well, we don't want to weigh want to make sure that our teacher compensation is not just competitive, but that we win that we attract teachers from neighboring states that have similar cost of living. Uhm Arrangements as we do here in the state of Indiana, and so we understand the world of which we live in right now. That's why we were so insistent. Very early on that we wanted to make sure in all the other areas that were being cut. We went to every state agency and said, We need you to dialogue back 15%. We asked our higher education institutions to dialogue back 7%. We paused programs that we're passionate about. None of which we wanted to do, because as you point to the revenue wasn't projected to be there, and we're living in a time of a public health emergency that had a Equal impact on our finances. And so we have to, you know, obviously play the hand that were dealt in the time that we live in right now, but it is our desire and our price one of our priorities. Make sure that we are increasing, too. And I want to think the commission and I wanna thank everyone. I mean that individually, every single person that was on that commission that showed up every single time. Put out a wonderful road map. They were very transparent. They exposed a lot of opportunities. Both, you know 13 local in 37. I think ST Opportunities are options to get at this. And so this isn't just the state that needs to be paying attention to all of these suggestions, and by the way they may not be. There may not just be 37 13. There may be more this. That document is gonna help us have a discussion all over the state of Indiana. For sure. For the next four months, understanding what our revenue level is And beyond, and I've always said we said I remember when we set. Um well, it was about this time It was in December and traders point Kramer and we and we unveiled our agenda and we took a very similar question. And I Bank. If you review the tape, I said, This is about a 405 106 $100 million pretty darn close because we had been reviewing this now. Fast forward. We were able to give a Record increase, and so you know, as the forecast Become reality or better, we'll be able to include what we think we can do in our budget submission. Come in January, and then even more importantly, when we get that next forecast in April to see how things have Played out, but this is a top priority for us, and it's reflected in our agenda. Nikki Kelly with the Fort Wayne Journal Gazette. Morning, Nikki. Morning governor you mentioned in the beginning that you need all the tools to navigate out of the pandemic. My question for you is what does your response going to be two efforts to curve your executive authority acquiring, for instance, the Legislature to come in and approve. Emergencies after a couple months rather than the nine or 10 months we've seen.

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01:52 min | 11 months ago

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"Community Development Authority Agency I oversee put together last March, eh? Study group to kind of come together. Private public partnerships includes the Indiana Bankers Association and again a Realtor's habitat for humanity. The builders to actually look at create a study toe look at housing, not just for sale homes, but rental homes throughout the state of Indiana so that we can determine our supply. And what our needs are and then, of course, be able to address a strategy to be able to solve those needs. One of the things that my housing agency has been focused on is rural housing throughout Indiana, and they're doing a pilot project with HUD to be able to Actually create and rehab rural properties throughout Indiana s Oh yes Rule. Indiana is an area that also Is growing and having opposite good economic opportunities. But has the housing shortage needs also so this study will look at our housing needs our supply. And then how do we go about developing a strategy to address those county by county basis? Thank you. Yeah, And I would just piggyback on that. And just say that this is thistles. Another area. Um, that plays right to our strength as folks Currently redefining the quality of place what it means to them around the country. And when you look at migratory patterns, people talent This served. This is advantage Indiana because we offer Robbins you just asked. We.

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07:36 min | 1 year ago

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"I wanted to know first how the decision was made on those initial hospitals that air Getting the vaccine first. I didn't hear any sort of really close to the South Bend Elkhart Metro area and just wondering about that, because you know, we are one of the big population centers in the state. And then my other question was just about how the state or what the state is doing, too. Um, help local health departments air help local hospitals, maybe in rural areas. A spar is infrastructure that's needed to store the vaccine distributed. And if that's you know, a problem that you've heard of lately. Sure. So how our first initial five hospitals where identified is that they had to have the ultra cold storage because we didn't know if we would have the vaccine and the need to delay a couple of days while we're waiting for additional recommendations, For example, Theo expectation is, though, that everything is going to run in line by time. It is delivered here that we will be able to start vaccinating right away. So That's partly why those five hospitals were chosen and again. We wanted them geographically spread across the state and we were limited to five, so we had to stick 25 places all those other additional hospitals. The hospitals were were given a survey asking about their ability to vaccinate their healthcare personnel. As well as a health care personnel within their communities and also their ability to have ultra cold storage. But that wasn't a requirement. So these vaccines are going to become are going to come in thermal shippers that will actually be able to keep the vaccines on dry ice so they don't have to have any additional equipment there to be able to provide the vaccine. Additionally, they're gonna be coming with ancillary supplies. Help support give the vaccine except for a couple exceptions, for example, I'm gloves is something that seated needed by those hospitals, So we're working really carefully with them with any kind of information that we get from the CDC. We have planners that are working with every single facility in helping them. Decide how tow plan space outpatients. Scheduling registration, so they're getting a significant amount of support and we've already started Our next phase of communication to all the additional places that we're going to add on the rest of the hospitals in the state local health departments, fuh sees community health centers, etcetera so that we can very quickly expand the number of places people can go and get the vaccine. Sherry with the Indianapolis I think, Max. I think Mac Lindsay Max also asked about help to local Health departments and in rural areas. In terms of the back vaccine, Max, you want to ask that question again if you're still with us, if not Yeah, well, I think she's I think Dr Weaver sort of touched on it. Just they don't necessarily need the equipment because it's coming shipped in that. Is that right? I was just wondering as far as I don't. I think some rural hospitals and room areas might not have the same ultra cold freezers that some major population centers would have. Right. Exactly. They're going to be received all the things that they need in order to provide the vaccine to the community so that that was not a barrier. Rob Burgess with the Wabash Plain Dealer afternoon, Rob Good afternoon Governor. Welcome to the facial Hair Club Doctor Box. Yesterday I heard from our mayor, who correctly predicted that our local rating would fall from red to Orange and the latest figures released today. He expressed concern that with the change, people might let their guards down in that part of the recent increase in local positivity ratings was partially as a result of the increased route restrictions. What's which the red rating broad? Do you share those concerns as counties move up and down in the states rate ratings? Absolutely. And that's why we're requiring an individual county to be in that color for a minimum of two weeks before they would consider changing anything, and that's why I really focus on the number of cases per 100,000. And that math is totally red. So in that circumstance, I would consider your community spread to be high and I would continue to conduct myself in the same way with regards to the red metric. Thank you for joining today's briefing. Governor Holcomb's next briefing will be next Wednesday at 2:30 P.m. Eastern. Indiana Governor Kull come and his administration given US update on Copa 19 and the vaccination. They're scheduled to being incoming Indiana sometime next week that will do it for this edition of Indiana issues. As always, you can catch us about the week in our parent website into politics, a dork and also catch our television program as well with our panel. Political pundits, you can catch us on Comcast or YouTube and also on Facebook. Indian issues under rent apart by the in n a conference of mayors across local program GNN, a Chamber of commerce I'm in Tech Community College, the small business law firm where they're actually Bushman in vocal, the instant for quality education in Annapolis public schools, then ended so Rights Commission and downtown comics your place to escape. I'm Abdul Hakim Thomas. Thanks for joining us, and we'll talk to you next time on Indiana issues. When was the last time you practice your home? Fire Escape plan? Be sure everyone in your family knows what to do. If there's a fire, get out, Stay out in surefire, safe response. You can hear small. 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03:39 min | 1 year ago

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"You, Dr Weaver Again. I recognize that voice on Tao will go to the president of the Indiana State Chamber of Commerce and then on to Brian Burton, the president of the Indiana Manufacturers Association. Kevin um, Europe First You've got members and every community in the state of Indiana and you've you've heard a lot of Quite frankly, inspirational stories, some of which you shared with me about how they've had to make changes and step up their communications like Never before. Can you just share your somewhat unique perspective on where we are 10 months into this now? Certainly thank you, Governor and Dr Box and Dr Weaver. Um we very much appreciate the leadership in the courage. That you've shown through this very difficult pandemic and we support this very necessary on temporary set of orders that you're issuing today. Aziz. We look at the employer community in Indiana. Many of them are recovering and doing okay. Others are still struggling mightily and hanging on by their thumbnails. And to underscore a point that you made earlier. Um overwhelming. People are not getting infected in their place of work. And I can give you an example That three weeks ago I spoke to a member of ours, who said that they had currently had 46 employees who were infected with the Corona virus, and they had documented that not a single one of them. Had contracted the virus inside their factory was from activities outside of the workplace. And that's why for our part for the chamber's part in this effort, we're communicating just employers to strongly encourage them to urge their employees to maintain the same safety protocols that they exercise in the workplace. During their activities around the workplace, and it's the things we've heard over and over again. It's wearing mask. It's social distancing, and it's washing your hands and disinfecting and following those same precautions because we're not going to get our economy. Back to full strength, the full operation in till we cannot. This virus dam in the recent spikes that we've seen in recent weeks are cause for concern and are frankly cause for justifications for the new restrictions that you're imposing today. Thank you, Kevin. Very much, Brian. Or the we're proud to be the number one manufacturing state per capita in the country. Um, manufacturing. Advanced manufacturing has helped us whether storms before and they are indeed this one as well. But as a ZAY mentioned to Kevin, your members have had to make a tremendous Sacrifices and a lot of changes to to keep production up. Can you share your perspective as well? Yes, they have governor and let me thank you for the opportunity to join the briefing today. It's no surprise that the pandemic has significantly impacted manufacturing, which is Indiana's largest industry, employing over half a million Hoosiers. Governor. We appreciate your considered approach to seek to balance public health and also economic activity. I also want to applaud the many manufacturers across this state that have stepped up and change production lines to produce and distribute personal protective equipment and other products for communities in our state..

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03:40 min | 1 year ago

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"A loan was denied a promotion where work because of a previous injury. I couldn't get into the grocery store because the entrance was not wheelchair accessible. The Indian. A Civil rights commission reminds you that discrimination still happens. If you feel that you have been the victim of discrimination called Indiana Civil Rights Commissioner 186633247 for eight or visit our website that I am Daka backslash I CRC. This message is brought to you by the state of Indiana Civil Rights Commission. Welcome back to any any issues. I'm Abdul came Shabbas, the editor and publisher of India politics that or well there's mixed news in the state of Indiana when it comes to the crunch virus outbreak. Indiana Governor Eric Welcome this week said the state can expect about 55,000 Kobe 19 vaccinations but also the status in a record number of cases of not one county seeing less than 200 cases, per 100,000 residents here's audio from this week's news conference. Were several months out from trial participants receiving their second dose of vaccine. Madonna recently reported that participants who received the vaccine continue to show an antibody response three months after their second dose. The vaccines will likely provide longer immunity. But how long will be determined as more time passes and the trial participants are monitored. Is important to mention that is imperative for people who will be getting the vaccine to get the second dose in order to receive the full immunity benefit. I want to emphasize that these vaccine have undergone rigorous testing and review for safety. Well, I know there were reports of a couple allergic reactions in the United Kingdom. The side effects in general are temporary and have been found to be in line with what we see with other immunizations such as pain at the injection site. Headache, fatigue and occasionally a low grade fever. We will review all data that comes with the vaccines and make sure we recommend it for those who it is appropriate. We take similar steps with flu vaccines each year when we ask people about allergic reactions. Some vaccines may not be appropriate for specific individuals, or they may be advised be monitored for extended period of time after administration. Have the benefit of the knowledge gained from the hundreds of thousands of people from around the world from all races and ethnicities who volunteered for the cove in 19 vaccine trials, the vaccine was found to be equally effective in all of these populations. The side effects were similar among all groups. Encourage any Hoosier who isn't sure about the vaccine toe. Look at the research behind these vaccines and know that no vaccine is released unless it passes very rigorous testing. As we begin vaccinating our first Hoosiers. I want to extend our gratitude to those selfless individuals whose willingness to help scientists will provide us with our best tool yet to in this pandemic. Thank you, Dr Weaver. I think we have Rachel of video that we're going to brief. Video that we're going to share and then we'll go to, um Kevin Berger and Brian Burton. Cove in 19 vaccine is now making its way to Indiana. And that means it's time to start planning for your immunization way. No, you have a lot of questions about the vaccine and how we plan to distribute it across the state. And right now, our priority is making sure that people who need it most get it. First. We'll keep you updated as the situation changes. But for now, here's what we know. Why should I get a vaccine? First of all, we know that everyone should get the vaccine once it is available. These vaccines have been thoroughly tested to ensure that they help protect people from Cove in 19 in clinical trials, the vaccines were proven to prevent over 19 symptoms and nearly 95% of vaccinated patients. So.

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03:09 min | 1 year ago

"indiana" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"I think everyone hopes that that it'll be that will be maybe by June next year. Will be singing a different tune. But I think that Small business owners. The small business segment of the economy is gonna hang in there a zoo long as they can. All right. Well, I guess he has been our good friend Barbara Kwan, Barbara's the head of the N F I B in Indiana. That's the National Federation of Independent Businesses. Those are the small businesses sort of the backbone of this economy. Barbara, my friend. Thank you very much for being with us. Always good to chat with you when we will chat with you again in a couple months. It's OK, Abdul. Maybe we have better. Better news. Next time we can only hope So. Thanks again. Barbara for being with us, All right. Thank you. Bye bye. Required of the National Federation of Independent Businesses. You're listening to Indiana issues I moved or Kim Shabbas, the editor and publisher of indie politics. That or well, the holidays can be tough enough these days. But imagine someone in your family has addiction issues. What do you do? Particularly in the cove in 19 pandemic will join us for that part of the discussion. Is Scott watching Hartle intervention? Scott, We appreciate you being with us. Thanks for joining us. Thanks for having me Abdul Also let me ask you. How are things in the addiction treatment business During the course of this nine month pandemic we've seen so far. We've been busy and we've seen a different type of things. Certainly we're doing a lot of assessments. But we're also hearing from a lot of family members that are concerned about the use of someone that they live with. We have to make sure that we make a distinction between addiction and use. And one thing that we know for sure is that while addiction is up some U Uses up a lot, Uh, find use for all these women understand Exactly what that means. Yeah. There are some people that perhaps wouldn't drink much at all but the now because their quarantine too They're spending more time at home. They're drinking more than they would. There are other people that would drink a fairly consistently and they're drinking for drug use has become problematic in the eyes of the family entrance. So how do you deal with that? How do you treat that before Bub, youse turns into addiction or something more serious. Well, it's obviously hard and often times the person that's using is the last one to know when they're in trouble. Those family members that know us best oftentimes have their finger on the pulse of how we're doing emotionally, how we're doing with respect, Oh, a number of other different domains and aspects of our life. I think the important thing is that any time someone's drinking becomes problematic. That is to say relationships are troubled location. Lee. There's problems. You're having trouble. Not sleeping or sleeping too much. Um, one of the things that we kind of say is you begin to not care about things you used to care about. That's certainly a problem. We also know that there are some people that work in fields where they're subject to drug screens. And we know that the number of failed drug screens has gone up dramatically in the last three or four months, because most people working for home we saw on initial decline in failed drug screens in March, April and May, and that's largely because people were not working. At work and therefore want getting tested. Also, Scott.

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05:42 min | 1 year ago

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"Back to Annie and issues. I'm a duel. Kingship Ozzy, editor, publisher of any politics at or well went in, and lawmakers return in January. They have a lot of their place to do what they've got a budget issue teacher pay the governor's emergency authority. And, of course, what to do about covert 19. So how will they address those issues? Well, we got some details this week. The Indiana Chamber of Commerce is legislative preview the panel, including House Speaker Todd Houston. House Democratic leader filled your quantum Senate president, Pro TEM Rod brain and newly chosen Senate Democratic leader Greg Taylor. The discussion was led by Tom Human, and here's part of that discussion. This one, you know legislators, you and your colleagues might be a little tired of the chamber asking this and there is a way to put an end of that. And then it's back to the cigarette tax issue that Haven't talked about we are partners have been advocating for in recent years for the health care benefits. The counter argument from some in the State House either said directly or implied has been there looking at it more as a fiscal issue when that tax revenue made us be needed or cook to use, whatever the reason. And then certainly that physical impetus is there now, Do you see this is being the year in which the Legislature and access significant cigarette tax increase. Um I think that's why Speaker Houston gets paid the big bucks. So, uh, answer this one. But I was like everybody else to jump. I was interested in your poll question was interesting because I think we just really been kind of less. Several sections of talking about just dollar increase, and I thought it was interesting that the the higher went and I looked like more support it got so I've always looked for me speaking for me personally, I've always been a supporter of an increase. Um, I can't. I'm not gonna speak for the rest my caucus right now, but I'm not. The question, though, of course, is the second part is What we gonna do with the money and I don't know. I just don't want it to go back into the General fund or something like that. I'd like to really see some concrete programs that we're gonna they were going to use the money for to improve the health of Hoosiers, which One thing many things that we've learned out of this pandemic is, uh, folks that are at risk because of this because of the well being at bad help things like that. So you know whether there's a lot of needs out there to improve the health of Hoosiers, But I'd be very interesting, just interested to see what the concrete plans would be used or for the TUC extra money to improve the health of all Hoosiers. All right. He wants to trumpet next on that one. Speaker Houston. Yes, sure. So a couple things here. I'm not sure I on the budget side. Let me just make sure I I clarify it. Um, you know, the I think they're concerned it is representing the leadership, Clinton just said is how do those dollars get used? You know, the biggest, the biggest reason to increase the cigarette tax and time I'll give you a hard time because I'm getting I'm guessing that even if we did it, you'd be back next year, saying we didn't do it enough. So I'm probably never had this conversation. But But, you know, the biggest thing is allergic, Clinton said, is if you know if you do it, how do you like those dollars? And you also know the first year that the whole genesis of increasing the cigarette taxes that It's the one thing more than cessation programs are things that's been shown to reduce smoking. So the literally the day you you implement A new tax rate is the most amount of money you're gonna collect. If if it's the policy successful, right, which is a diminishes people for smoking. So you have a declining revenue source. You just have to be thoughtful and manage. That appropriately we haven't talked about is a caucus. I mean, the House Republican caucus two years in a row, uh, past, uh, bills that included the increase in the Cigarette tax. We haven't talked about it this year and a zoo caucus that in the sea if that's still the same, you know where our members are in those types of things, But look, we all its liturgy equipment said. Well, the pandemic has taught us that the poor quality of health has a unfortunately a dire consequence. And we need to figure out ways of proof is your health. We know we have Uh, you know, smoking is a is a disproportion problem. Our state We have to take actions of session that that prove, use your health and also, uh, address the smoking issue, so we'll we'll talk about it. And, uh and you check in with our caucus and see where we are this year. You know, Speaker Houston, I'll let Kevin and his colleagues will determine whether they come back the second war, but we gotta passed it in the first place to see whether that's gonna happen, so I'll give you a little bit of a hard time back. Absolutely. So the Brae You know, I can I think really, The issues have been touched on but I agree with the speaker and leader Do you go into a swell that anything we do here is we're gonna need to want to be very thoughtful and what we decide or how we decide that money will be spent on the front end, not raise the tax and then try and figure out how that will be spent because It, Zeke creasing revenue stream without a doubt. And we wanted to be directed very specifically to trying to improve some of the health standards that we wait kind of Ra most lacking in here in the state of Indiana, so it needs to be very thoughtful in the way we go, and we're happy to have that conversation. This session of it comes over..

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