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"7 News Meteorologist Mark Pena and the First Alert Weather Center. 77 and sunny in the nation's capital everything you need every time you listen. The WTOP Producers Desk is wired by IBEW Local 26 where electrical contractors come to grow. Good afternoon I'm Jacob Mark Kerr Lewis. is our producer. Thousands area are without power and a Dominion Energy employee has suffered burns. It has all happened after a transformer exploded in Arlington County. More than 10 ,000 customers are without service in and around the Crystal City and Pentagon City area. After the widespread loss of power there Dominion Energy spokeswoman Peggy Fox says this happened about 90 minutes ago and that the employee will be okay. Fox says a fault in an underground cable caused that transformer explosion. be Power should returning to customers in the next few hours. Arlington Now is also reporting that the County Fire Department has been responding to a large number of stuck elevator calls in the area due to the power outage. The conservative lawyer who pushed a plan to try to keep former President Trump in the White House after his election defeat has surrendered in the Georgia case that alleges an illegal plot to overturn the election loss. John Eastman was booked in Atlanta before being released. He's among 17 others charged with Trump in a sprawling racketeering case with prosecutors alleging they tried to subvert the will of Georgia's voters in a bid to keep Trump in the White House. Eastman's lawyers say he's surrendering to an indictment that should never have been brought, one that sets out activity that's illegal, not criminal. Trump is expected to surrender in Atlanta Thursday. In Washington. Meantime, the stage is set for the first Republican presidential primary debate in Milwaukee. The legal saga in Georgia comes as Trump plans to skip a political brawl in Milwaukee, opting out of the first GOP primary debate tomorrow, pointing to his overwhelming lead in a new CBS News poll. The survey shows 62 % of likely Republican primary voters back the former president, the next closest candidate, Governor Ron DeSantis. The term for excuses for Republicans is over. Florida's governor is one of eight who will be on the debate stage, along with former New Jersey Governor Chris Christie, who was hoping to take on Trump. CBS correspondent Jared Hill, the former president, reportedly will do an interview with former Fox News host and that could be airing online during the same time as that debate. President Biden has named former Obama administration attorney Ed Siskel as his new White House counsel. He helped to craft the Obama administration's response to congressional investigations into the 2012 Benghazi attack. Four Americans died, including a US ambassador. Siskel is taking over during a critical time for the White House, with the president currently vying for re -election, and while congressional and congressional investigations continue. To Capitol Hill, an individual who is respected widely by members of both political parties, will return to the Senate this fall. Senate Chaplain Barry Black has now opened each legislative session for 20 consecutive years. More from WTOP's Mitchell Miller, today on the Hill. The Reverend Barry Black is well known for reassuring his opening baritone prayer and voice, and sometimes he has a surprising message. Lord, when babies die at a church school, it is time for us to move beyond thoughts and prayers. He says that prayer came to him quickly earlier this year after he heard about the shooting Nashville on WTOP while driving into work. Beyond his weekly prayer meetings with lawmakers, he also delights in meeting visitors to Washington. It's just a joy. He's 74 but not ready to retire. So far I'm enjoying this ministry one day at a time. Capitol On Hill, Mitchell Miller, WTOP news. Indiana's near total abortion ban to is take set effect after the state's highest court denies a rehearing in a legal case brought by the American Civil Liberties Union. The Indiana Supreme Court had earlier ruled the abortion ban does not violate the state's Constitution. Rebecca Gibron heads up Planned Parenthood of Indiana. Indiana's abortion restrictions target Hoosiers of color, indigenous communities, and those already marginalized The American Civil Liberties Union released a statement saying it was quote a dark day in Indiana's history because of the court decision. Jim Criscilla, CBS News. Stay with us here on WTOP coming up in Money News. An historic drop in home tales. I'm Jeff Clayball. It's 136 General Motors celebrates our community and especially our employees. The ones dedicated to their jobs and their communities. Those as who are passionate about making cars and trucks as they are about making moments. People who have pride in their work and pride in those who matter most. GM supports and celebrates the communities serve we and those committed to creating an
"indiana supreme court" Discussed on WTOP
"5. This new path is legally sound. It's going to take longer, and in my view, it's the for best path as that remains many to bars providing as possible with debt relief. And as the High Court finished up its current term, also it announced another 6 -3 decision in a very closely watched case ruling against Colorado's standing discrimination law, and 4. A web designer claiming religious opposition to do work for same -sex couples. More from correspondent Natalie Brand. In the dissent, In its history, the court grants a business open to the public a constitutional right to refuse to serve of a protected class. CBS News legal analyst Jessica Levinson. One can imagine that many sellers will say, Well, part of my good or service is expression, and it violates my genuinely held beliefs to have to serve you. And in a state court ruling, the Indiana Supreme Court upheld a law banning nearly all abortions there, saying the Indiana Constitution does not include broad a right to abortion. Overseas to Paris, correspondent Elaine Cobb watching the fourth night of rioting by mostly young people angered by police shooting of a teenager. Fireworks turned into weapons as protesters launched them with riot police and buildings across France. Cars were torched, and firefighters responded to some 6000 fires over the last two nights. 45 thousand police officers are on the streets. The government has deployed armored vehicles to quell riots. Many local authorities have limited public transport services and imposed curfews. Well, we are into a really long Fourth of July weekend, and it seems that many of us are taking advantage of it to get moving. I'm Jim Chrisolo along Interstate 77 in Montgomery, West Virginia. AAA says nearly 51 million Americans will travel over the Fourth of July weekend. Many are still complaining about gas prices, half a gallon from this time last year. I was out this morning and I so said, yeah, another 10 cents, you know, increase in price. The reality of it is I think it's going to even get more expensive. Oil industry insiders say that's not likely anytime soon. gallon Average of regular 354. There are scattered power outages in various parts of the country, most of them weather related in southern Illinois, around Memphis and in northern California. This is CBS News. What is is your healing power. Helping veterans with PTSD, traumatic brain injuries, depression, anxiety or loneliness. Is your healing power a simple heartfelt letter or being a volunteer here at healvets
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"Serve members of a protected class CBS News legal analyst Jessica Levinson one can imagine that many sellers were saved. Well part of my good or service is expression and it violates my genuinely held beliefs to have to serve you. And in a court state ruling the Indiana Supreme Court upheld the law banning nearly all abortions there saying the Indiana Constitution does not include a broad right to abortion and with that Indiana joins 14 other Republican led states in forcing abortion bans. This is a really long fourth of July weekend it seems many of us are taking advantage of it to moving. get I'm Jim Crissola along Interstate 77 in Montgomery West Virginia AAA says nearly 51 million Americans will travel over the fourth of July weekend many are still complaining about gas prices even though they're down about a dollar and a half a gallon from this time last year. I was out this morning and so I said yeah another ten cents you know increase in price. The reality of it is I think it's even going to get more expensive. Oil industry insiders say that's not likely anytime soon. Average gallon of regular now 354 says AAA turning overseas to Paris correspondent Elaine Cobb watching the fourth night of rioting by mostly young people angered by police shooting of a teenager. The fireworks turned into weapons as protesters launched them at riot police and buildings across France. Cars were torched and firefighters responded to some 6 ,000 fires
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"I would do even more than was requested. What I did I thought was appropriate, and was able get to be done. done and would I didn't give Boris Volso. The president says he has a new workaround plan under the Higher Education Act instead of the 2003 Heroes Act which allows relief to recipients of student loans during a national emergency. The High Court ruled that act did not justify the student relief plan without congressional approval. CBS's Major Garrett. The Higher Education Act has no such language which means it is subject to federal regulatory review and comment. That's a much longer process and when the president said it's going to take a while to move as as fast they can, they can only move as fast as that regulatory process which has very specific guidelines and hurdles can go. The court also issued a six to three ruling in favor of a Colorado web designer who declined to make wedding sites for same -sex couples. Legal analyst Thane Rosenbaum. After the Supreme Court established a right to privacy in same -sex marriage, the court lost Justice Kennedy retirement to and Justice Ginsburg to death. Those two seats were filled by two President Trump appointees who signed this majority opinion, one of whom Gorsuch wrote it. That's what made the difference here in ruling against the same -sex couple and in favor of the web designer who personally objected to such a marital arrangement. Today is expected to be the busiest travel day of a projected record -breaking holiday weekend according to AAA. Correspondent Chris Van Cleve on the bad weather that's delayed and canceled flights this week. Because of the way this sort of heat dome thing is set up you're getting thunderstorms in sort of the same places day in and day out. You know Denver must feel like they're in like Groundhog Day they're because getting these nasty thunderstorms every day and that is snarling flights in and out of Denver. Indiana Supreme Court is allowing a near total ban on abortion. Christopher Cruz has more. The court ruled four to one to uphold a law that bans almost all abortions in the state. A lower court had blocked the law after Planned Parenthood and other abortion providers challenged it. The High Court ruled the that state's Constitution doesn't include a broad right to abortion. The ruling means Indiana joins 14 other Republican -led states in enforcing abortion bans. Stocks gained ground heading into the weekend. holiday The Dow ended up at 285 points. This is CBS News. Need to hire quality candidates fast? You need Indeed, the end -to -end hiring solution. interview Attract, and hire candidates all in one place. Visit indeed .com slash credit. On WTOP on this final day of June of 2023, a getaway day for the holiday 75 with a lot of severe weather. Good afternoon, I'm Shawn Anderson. And I'm Nick Ionelli. The top
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"353. A decision by the Indiana Supreme Court says the state's abortion ban not does violate Indiana's constitution. The ruling removes a major hurdle of enforcing the ban. Republicans approved last summer. A county judge had blocked enforcement in September, saying the state's constitution's liberty rights include deciding whether or not to have children. French President Emmanuel Macron is urging parents to keep their children home following a third night of violent protests in country. that The demonstrations were triggered by the deadly police shooting of a 17 -year -old driver during a traffic stop earlier in the week. Macron has accused social media of fueling the protests. CBS correspondent Lane Cobb in is Paris with the latest President Macron held another crisis cabinet meeting because they are having a hard time working out exactly what to do when the police chief in Ontario announced that the officer involved was being charged with murder. They had hoped that that might calm spirits a little but it didn't and so there's a lot of concern that this just could keep spreading and keep growing. The administration substance has ordered a nighttime shutdown of public transportation. Sports at 25 and 55 powered by Maximus moving people and innovation forward. George Wallace what's going on? Well Nick we've got the Nats tonight in Philadelphia. If I told you that tonight's game was number 81 on the season would you believe me? Wow that's moving fast. Wow yeah. I have no reason to lie to you. Like it was just yesterday. Halfway point? That's right halfway point of the season tonight Nats on a nine game ten day trip as they took two of three from the Mariners the other day. They've won back -to -back series for the first time since April and Josiah they'll send Gray to the mound tonight looking for back -to -back wins for the first time since April 30th. Team placing Patrick Corbin on the bereavement list and recalling lefty Jose Ferrer from Rochester. He's had a pretty good start to the year in Rochester. 33 strikeouts in 34 games 40 innings work. 4 -3 record with a 383 ERA. Orioles twins tonight from Camden Yards as well. Free agency in the NBA begins in just over two hours. Teams can start talking with potential free agents. No deals can officially be signed until the league the year starts July 6th but will have plenty of action beginning tonight. Tough day at ESPN. 20 on -air personalities being laid off today among those from very household names including Suzy Kolber in their 27 -year. Steve Young for 22 years of college football analyst Todd NBA analyst Jalen Rose and Jeff Van Gundy along with Lofanzo Ellis, Keishon Johnson and Max Kellermann also being laid off today toward Wallace WTOP sports. All right George thanks. Coming up on double WDTOP. More on the big Supreme Court rulings today and President Biden is about to speak out about one of them. It's 56. Discover your outdoors during outdoor adventure days at Dick's Sporting Goods at Fair Oaks Mall. Test gear or ask what's your experts best in outdoor gear. Plus take up to $700 off select GT mountain bikes and $100 off select kayaks. Outdoor adventure days this Friday through Tuesday at Dick's. Experts suspect Lidl food market is covertly fourth of one July -upping celebrations everywhere with the fireworks behind their low prices on steaks burgers and summer or essentials. Hurry in for these suspiciously low prices before they're gone. The following is paid a commercial announcement. Debt ceiling means one thing the US is broke and can't pay its bills so they have to borrow more money that's bad for the US dollar. So what are you doing to protect your savings? Consider diversifying gold from birch gold text patriot to nine eight nine eight nine eight for your free info kit on gold there's no obligation just information. With an A -plus rating
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"A record -setting holiday travel weekend when to leave if you're traveling by car i'm melissa howell gains on wall street dowels the up two hundred points at twelve news is cbs news on the hour presented by indeed .com i'm steve kath and the u .s supreme court strikes down the biden plan to forgive some four hundred billion dollars in student debt cbs's major garrett the essence of this court decision 6 -3 majority was this did congress intend through the 2003 heroes act to give the department of education authority to forgive student loan debt the court said no it didn't didn't care whether it's a good idea or a bad idea the economic benefits the distributional effects cbs's christina raffini says the white house issued a statement it says the president will make clear today he's not done fighting yet and will announce new actions to protect student loan borrowers it also says making we'll be it crystal clear to borrowers and their families that republicans are responsible for denying them the relief that the president biden has been fighting to get them and the court also backed a colorado graphic designer who refused was to make wedding websites for same -sex couple couples legal analyst bain rosenbaum after the the supreme court established a right to privacy in same -sex marriage the court lost justice kennedy to retirement and justice ginsburg to death those two seats were filled by two president trump appointees who who signed this majority opinion that's what made the difference here indiana's supreme court has vacated a temporary injunction on the state's near total ban on abortion but that law is still not enforceable because of a second lawsuit a busy travel period is underway ahead of the fourth of july triple -a expects more than forty three million of us to go by car cbs's chris van cleve says millions of others are venturing to the airport's despite the week's paralyzing weather disruptions airlines have canceled about forty percent fewer flights than at this point last summer but the number of delays are up the tsa expects to screen eighteen nearly million over the next week with friday a potential record -breaker at checkpoints france's and is urging president parents to keep teenagers at home and is stopping buses after nine p m following a third of violence in several cities the outrage is over the fatal police shooting of a seventeen -year -old oscar -winning actor alan arkin has died at eighty nine and he had a prolific career handling serious roles and others that called for deadpan humor he told cbs's sunday morning in two thousand six that acting was a true love i've always had a it's the just deep a need to be with a group of people where everything is working hollywood actors could be on the verge of joining screenwriters in a strike their contract expires tonight it's wall street the dow's up to eighteen this is cbs news need the higher quality candidates fast you need indeed the end -to -end hiring solution attract interview and hire candidates all in one place visit we've made it to friday it's june thirtieth it
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"Down 1.6%, 91 13 for a barrel of WTI. Sources tell Bloomberg ExxonMobil is considering a takeover of Denbury ink. It's an oil and gas producer with the largest carbon dioxide pipeline network in the United States. I'm Charlie powder that show Matthew is a Bloomberg business flash. Charlie, thank you. We are right in the heart of debate season now. We've got Ohio Senate tonight. I know your DVR is set for the Georgia Senate debate on Friday. Does anyone use a DVR anymore? This, of course, after Senate candidates in both Wisconsin and North Carolina held there debates over the weekend and get another spin in Wisconsin in a couple of days. It's like holiday season for political wonks, which is sitting around watching TV all day. And if you watch a couple of these, well, let's take the two from over the weekend as our baseline. You realize there are two major issues here. And it coincides with conversations that we have been having on this program for months. And we hate to oversimplify. Look, there are great nuances to each race, but it is largely when it comes down to these debates about abortion versus inflation, what's going to be more important to you. In North Carolina, Ted Budd, congressman Ted bot, of course, the Republican nominee, went straight for the Democrat sherry Beasley on this issue. I just think that my opponent is up for abortion. She's a supporter of abortion. At any time, for any reason, all the way up until the moment of birth. And she wants to do that at taxpayer expense. All the way to the moment of birth, which is something we keep hearing from Republicans on the trail. Democrats don't always do so well. Trying to qualify their positions coming back, sherry beastly, by the way, was chief justice of the state Supreme Court. I support the roe versus wade framework. Which allows for protections and restrictions. On abortion later in pregnancy. So that when abortion happens later in pregnancy, it only happens when there are serious problems like when the mother's life is at risk. We seek analysis and some assistance here from Samara Clara Professor of political science at the university of Arizona. Donald Trump was back in your state over the weekend. I see Samara. Welcome. It's great to have you. I wonder if this is going to boil down to something that simple. And these are very close races. They're all within a couple of points, if not the margin of error here. Based on what we heard in Wisconsin in North Carolina. Inflation versus abortion. This is what the midterms might be remembered for. Absolutely. Things here are so tight in Arizona, particularly the governor's race, where we are really not seeing any polls that show either candidate outside the margin of error. So that's the Lake Hobbs race here. Part of the reason is that we don't have any incumbents in that race. Current governor Doug ducey is out. He's term limited out. So we've got two newcomers relatively. We have a very, very divided electorate in Arizona when it comes to the proportion of voters who identify as Democrat versus Republican. And you're exactly right. I mean, the two issues that are at the forefront of people's minds include abortion and inflation, both of those are incredibly important here in Arizona because we have this new ban. I believe it was now paused by the courts. They were trying to reevaluate it, but we've got a new ban on abortion in Arizona Arizona was one of the hardest hit states when it came to inflation rates. So both of these things are incredibly salient to voters. Look, this is something that you're going to be hearing a lot about. And it's almost like a formula first the Republican candidate in an opening statement is in the first question. Doesn't answer the question, but refers to the inflation that is gripped the country that Joe Biden's responsible for and that their opponent is part of. Then the Democrat comes back around to talk about how this Republican wants to take your rights away and we go from there. By the way, this debate coming up in Arizona will be an empty chair, right? Kerry Lake will be alone for a half an hour or something in the next couple of days. That's right, Hobbes has been refusing to debate Lake, which is a whole other issue here in Arizona hubs argues that Lake is peddling misinformation. She's an election denier, Hobbes does not want to dignify her questions with responses. That's sort of a thing. Whether or not this is a great move for Hobbes is a bit of a tough question. I think personally, Hobbes could probably use a little more name recognition. She could probably get out there a little more. She had a couple zingers. Yeah. I mean, she hasn't been performing as well as one might expect in the polls, given that we have a fairly popular democratic senator who's running again, Mark Kelly, closed suggests that he should win. I mean, it's a close race, but he looks like he's pretty much out of the margin of error in most polls. You would think that that would be a big boost for Hobbes and potentially it has been, but she's not, she's not ahead in any polls. It's neck and neck. Lake really has in her advantages. There's more arizonans who are Republicans than our Democrats. And that's going to help any Republican. Right. I see CNN has Katie Hobbs up by three, but the real clear poll of polls has Carrie Lake up by basically one point. These are so close. Samara, whether we're talking about that race, whether we're talking about some of the Senate races that I already mentioned, including the one that's going to happen in Ohio tonight. We'll debate in the year 2022 actually make any difference. You mentioned name recognition. I get that. But will any of these candidates move the needle in televised debate? Well, I don't think I would say is when you have such a close race, then you really can't risk anything. I mean, anything could help at this point. Yeah. You're going to have candidates out there who are winning by 5000 vote margins less. Thousand vote margins. This is going to become a really, really tight race. Now, we don't typically see people change their votes. Say, you know what, I came into the Lake voter, but actually I'm voting for Hobbes. That's pretty unlikely given how partisan the population is, but we do know a lot of people who just don't want to vote. They say you know what? I don't like either of them. I'm not inspired by either of them. I've got a busy day. I don't remember my ballot is. I'm not going to deal with it. What these candidates need to do is get the voters who are already sympathetic toward them to feel sufficiently motivated to actually show up and vote. I mean, that is what they're looking for. The rhetoric that we heard of the Trump rally in Arizona over the weekend was pretty remarkable. How much is that actually floating carry lakes campaign? How much is the Trump effect driving her popularity? I know that she was very well known as a TV anchor before this. Sure. So I think the Trump of the Trump endorsement, the Trump association is helping her amongst the proportion of Republicans who like Trump, but I will say my own polling that we've been doing out of Arizona suggests that's probably only about half of Arizona Republicans. Republicans here in Arizona are actually quite divided when it comes to how they feel about Trump. We've got a big proportion of Republicans who don't like Trump who don't they vote for him if he were the candidate because frankly they're Republicans and those are the policies they support. But if they had an option, they would like somebody else. Those people are the ones who supported lakes opponents in the primaries. They are the ones who may not want to show up and vote on election day. There is, however, this other proportion of Republicans in Arizona about half of them who do like Trump who do respect and endorsement and that is for them a big factor in supporting Lake. So what it's doing is a bit of a risky gamble because it's increasing turnout among the base, but it is risking turnout. It's risking support among Republicans who aren't huge Trump fans. Fascinating is always to check in with Samara Clarke. Thank you, Samara for your insights. Political scientists at the university of Arizona right there where it's happening right
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"Coming up next. We're going to have our pal Brian Baker joins us right now. Stanley has got the news 93 w PC Mobile news on the level on the go. Why the governor objects to the President's Pandemic Plan 79 degrees of Monument Circle, Mostly clear and cool tonight. Warmer tomorrow. I'm Stan Lear. Here's what's trending at 5 31 Governor, Holcomb says his jaw dropped when he heard President Biden announced he will require vaccinations under workplace safety regulations. Very distinct line between what I Understand to be legal at this point and not and going into the private sector and mandating the private sector. No matter How many people they employ as a bridge too far. State Attorney General Todd rookie to is talking about a lawsuit. The governor suit against the General Assembly over legislators wanting to call themselves into session is finally before a judge Eric Berman, reports Welcome sued Five months ago after legislators passed the bill over his veto. The hearing was delayed by a procedural battle over whether Holcomb is allowed to sue without the blessing of attorney general to Akita. The Indiana Supreme Court ruled he can judge heard two hours of arguments on whether the law is constitutional. Eric Berman 93 WI BC mobile President Biden Wants bipartisan agreement to raise the federal government's borrowing authority. Republican leaders insist Democrats will have to do it alone. FOXES Jared Halpern, president Biden does not believe Democrats alone should raise the debt ceiling. But instead, lawmakers from both parties should join shouldn't be a political issue. It's something that Is about the full faith and the faith and credit of the United States. Government press secretary Jen Psaki was responding to a question about the potential of Democrats raising the dead limit through budget reconciliation process that does not require Republican votes. Top Democrats in Congress say they will not tie the debt limit to reconciliation, forcing a vote that will need 60. Yes is in the Senate. Republican leaders insist there is not sufficient support from the GOP and say Democrats can do it on their own on Capitol Hill. Jared Halpern Fox News with traffic.
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"20, w G. N and we've been reliving some of the happier moments more poignant moments of this pandemic as we move into Phase five today, that was John Aaron, You remember John lived in River north in early April. He had to be put on oxygen for several days. Because of Covid 19. And then while he was recovering, he was still separated from his wife so he would go out as well onto his balcony and river now in river north every night at eight o'clock and play his trumpet something That had brought him joy for 60 years. It brought us all joy in the early days of the pandemic. So thank you for that. All right on a phone line now is Sam Gedge. He is an attorney for a guy named Tyson Tibbs. Sam works for the Institute for Justice. Welcome to W G. N. Well, thanks very much happy to be here and so tell me about this. This involves a case Indiana law where they can seize property if it's used in connection with the crime, and then so there was a young man, this kid Tim's addicted to opioids was selling heroin out of his car. So when police Arrested him. They kept his car. I think it was a Land Rover. Did I get that correct so far? Yeah, that's largely correct. We're talking about civil forfeiture, which most states have and which gives the government enormous power to take your cash your car, even your homes in some instances if there's any connection to a crime And so you went to court on behalf of Tyson all the way to the U. S. Supreme Court, right? And they ruled that the penalty the loss of the vehicle was in excess of what would be fair for the crime. Pretty much that that that's right there. Tyson's case has been going on for about eight years, which is an extraordinary amount of time for any lawsuit to go on. But the state of Indiana has desperately been trying to take at Land Rover Front mint and you're right. Back in 2019. The case went up to the U. S. Supreme Court on this question whether the eighth amendments excessive fines clause in the bill of Rights places any restriction on states and localities now Tyson one that issue But the state of Indiana still wanted to take his car, so they've been trying again and again over the past two years or more. To finally confiscated and then it goes to the state Supreme Court on the secondary issue, and the state Supreme Court ruled this week that Tyson keeps his car. That's exactly right. So that's right. After about two years after the U. S Supreme Court ruled on that threshold question, Um we had the Indiana Supreme Court yesterday. Hold said it was in fact, excessive for the state of Indiana to to launch this eight year crusade to confiscate Tyson's car. So it really is a victory for Tyson. And I think a victory for property owners throughout Indiana and ultimately nationwide. Yeah, I want to. I want to get to that, Sam. But first how is Tyson now? He's great, Um, you know, he's thrilled. Our hope is that the case will finally be over. It's it's in the state's hands the state of Indiana, where they want to try to get the U. S Supreme Court to hear the case for a second time. Um, but this has never really been about just the car for Tyson. It's about the principle and this is an important decision from the Indiana Supreme Court. I was referring mostly to his addiction, though I mean, you had said earlier that he was Addicted. I read that somewhere. And he's doing well on that on that front as well. Yeah, no, Absolutely. So, Yeah, He's been clean for a number of years. Okay, So then how does this Indiana ruling apply to those of us in Illinois? Or maybe how will it impact the Federal rico laws or things like that? What's the what's the wide ranging impact here? So it really has the potential to be an important benchmark kind of a data point for courts across the nation to evaluate when they're looking at similar governmental overreach. When it comes to civil cork it sure there's civil corporate er in Illinois and in about 45 to 48. Other states and Tyson's case will provide a data point for other courts to look to and they say, Okay, well here the fact that tightens case This violated the excessive science cause. So how does that apply to the forfeitures in front of us today? So it really I think it's going to provide are really useful Working point for for future course to look to and that was the president that would have been set a couple years ago by the U. S Supreme Court or subsequently by the state Supreme Court. So for both to the U. S. Supreme Court resolved the threshold question of whether the excessive fines cause which is a part of our our bill of rights. Whether that even applies to the state as opposed to just the federal government, the U. S Supreme Court said. Yes, of course it does, In the same way that the First Amendment applies to the states and that the Second Amendment applies to the states. Um, that's an important question to be resolved. What the Indian Supreme Court held yesterday. It was kind of like, how does the excessive fines cause apply? Given the circumstances of Tyson's case, given that this was his most valuable piece of property that he was not a mercenary drug dealer? He was an addict. He sold drugs only at the behest of law enforcement. Um, so the courts can, in fact, specific holding yesterday really is gonna be helpful in developing protections for property owners nationwide. But he was selling drugs out of his car, right? I mean, No matter the circumstances, he was doing that. So my question is, if his car had little value. If it was a gel, API might they have legally been able to keep it? I think potentially thought. I'm not so sure, because what the Indian Supreme Court also said was that we have to look at the financial circumstances of the person who is being targeted on the theory that if you if you steal or if you know if you if you forfeit Bill Gates is seven helicopter, the economic impact on Bilkey has to be a lot different than if you forfeit someone sloppy if that's their right piece of property that they need to get to work, so it really is. I'm kind of a nuanced analysis of the court adopted Sam Gadget attorney for the Institute for Justice in Indiana. Sam was great to talk to you. Thanks very much. Thank you, sir. You're listening to Chicago's afternoon news. Okay, We're going to go in search of the perfect chicken sandwich.
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"News on the level on the go looking for two killers, 58 degrees and Monument Circle Cold Dampen cloudy tonight Partly sunny by tomorrow afternoon. I'm Stanley here. Here's what's trending at 602. 20 year old Emmanuel Fun Ville of Avon was the man shot and killed in a Kroger parking lot. In Brownsburg Monday evening, police Corporal Chris Nelson had made an arrangement to meet with some individuals to conduct a transaction. We're still working through our investigation to find out what type of transaction was actually occurring. But during the course of that would believe a robbery occurred in the individual shot looking for two suspects described only as black males who got away in the silver four door If you have information that might help call the Brownsburg Police Department Man serving life without parole for the killing of a ball state student 27 years ago, has been divided hearing on his appeal to the U. S. Supreme Court. 44 year old Larry Newton Junior got the same response earlier from the Indiana Supreme Court. Having exhausted his appeals, it is likely now he will spend the rest of his life in prison for the killing of Christopher Coil who was 19 at the time. And his final state of the university addressed retiring now, you, President Michael Look, Robbie says the school is laid the groundwork to establish itself as an elite public university. Eric Berman reports. Look, Robbie boasted, I use added nearly 600 degree programs in 10 new schools, from architecture and design to two new public health schools. But he says, I You mustn't stop there the time of global change in a people where there is a national bipartisan consensus as to the vital in urgent need to massively increased investor. It's a science and technology. Indiana University's the public position to help lead Indiana's efforts in this regard. Mugrabi says University is slash Student loan Death by nearly 90% and increase diversity Eric Berman 93 WNBC Mobile need your one minute away from traffic and weather. It's 604. Hello, This is your apartment. I need some favors from you. Your cat keeps rubbing.
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"Under the name of the university of notre dame du lac Which is the university of our lady of the lake so Notre dame is just our lady and notre dame do lock means the lady of the lake university of the lady of the lake. I love it. Yeah because the university was originally a male female only saint. Mary's college was founded by the sisters of the holy cross near notre dame in eighteen forty four so shortly after. Yeah that's amazing in eighteen. Forty nine notre dame awarded. Its first degrees. So that's a long time ago it's been operating that's amazing. Yeah definitely especially for a private college like this. That doesn't get the same government funding. Exactly soren strength was demonstrated on april twenty third eighteen seventy nine when a fire destroyed the main building which housed virtually the entire university and also the library. Oh and their library was was pretty big. At that time. It had like a thousand bucks at that time so sad. Yeah timothy edward howard Which became a chief justice at the indiana supreme court and he was also a professor at notre dame provided a first person account of what soren said inside the sacred heart church. I was then president when father soren after looking over the destruction of his life work stood at the altar steps of the only building left and spoke to the community. What i have always felt to be the most sublime winds ever listened to there was absolute faith confidence resolution in his very look and pose. If it were all gone. I should not give up. His words enclosing. The effect was electric. It was the crowning moment of his life. A sad company had gone into the church that day. They were all simple christian. Heroes came out. There was never more shadow of a doubt as to the future of notre dame. Yeah what's kind of funny too. Is that some people. Recall him saying something like the virgin. Mary thought it wasn't big enough. The building oh so that's why she burned down. Wow so that we will have to build bigger. Okay yeah nation. I'm i don't know if he actually said that. But a lot of people recalled hearing him say they'll time Soren passed away on october thirty first eighteen. Ninety three at the age of seventy-nine he's laid to rest at the holy cross cemetery in notre dame he died of bright's disease which is a historical classification of kidney disease. So during sorin's years at notre dame he saw a lot of new buildings being built including an eighteen eighty eight they opened the basilica of the sacred heart. The first notre dame football team. I played in notre dame on november twenty third. Eighteen eighty seven nearly forty five years to the day after father sworn arrived in northern indiana. The university chose to honor the irish with the name. The fighting irish Which you would think they would have called the fighting french right. Well when you said the six priests sounded like there were more irish than french. I mean obviously soren was french. But i also chicago and this whole area has a lot of irish and i assume a lot of irish catholic parents would have wanted to send their kids there. Yeah but it is interesting that it's not that the name of the university is french. Yeah but the name of the football team is irish. Because i always thought you know. Notre dom is in is in france so it has to be french..
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"And welcome back. I'm guy Releford on the gun Guy Show on 93. W i, B c So Senate Bill 1 99. But I testified in favor of on Tuesday in front of the Corrections in Criminal law Committee, chaired by Mike Young, who's the author. Senate Bill 1 99. What would it do? Uh, Changed and, in fact improve the law. As I just described it again. You don't want the point, the firearm of firearms statute. Then how that's been interpreted by the Court of Appeals and again when the Court of Appeals issues the decision in a published decision That's president. Yeah. The Supreme Court can accept what we called transfer. If somebody doesn't like the result of a party Doesn't like the result they got in the court of Appeals that can ask the Indiana Supreme Court to take it. The Indiana Supreme Court takes a very, very small minority. Of the cases that people ask it to take something less than 5%. If they declined to take it, Which is what happened in the Nance case I've been talking about then the court of Appeals decision if that's a published decision, Then that's president that's controlling what we call mandatory authority for the lower court, and that's what happened in it. So if someone points a gun at someone really to protect their property, including their business The likelihood of them getting convicted for a felony in the trial court is very, very high. So Senate Bill 1, 99 says. Hold on. Person, according to the statute. Is just by using reasonable force to defend their property. There are other instances when you're justified in using reasonable force. Including the ability to use reasonable force to prevent the imminent use of unlawful force against me or third person's. We're not talking about deadly force were just talking about reasonable force. So somebody rears back to punch me and punching me would be unlawful. I can use reasonable force to prevent that imminent use of unlawful force against me. What Senate Bill 1, 99 says, And it's really very simple. And by the way, a lot of people get confused when you When you look up a bill, you go to the Indiana General Assembly website. I am not gonna slash idea for Indiana General Assembly. I am Dr of slash idea. If you look up a bill, there's a great search feature or frilly while he's put the number in 1 99. Then you'll see the built. It's really important for you to read bills are pending in the General Assembly. You got understand how to read him, which is A lot of times if it's going to amend a section of law in here, it's amending. The self defense statute. 35 41 32 when it does is everything that's In that section of the code of the law. But they're not changing. Still in the bill. What? They're changing what you're adding language. If they're going to delete language. It's zit has a strike through through it. If they're adding language. It's in bold So a lot of people read these bills. I had this discussion online with some people, some people going in and arguing with me against the logic. And the effectiveness or the Public policy behind Senate Bill 1 99. And they're actually talking about stuff that's been lost 30 years. Why? I don't like this part about forcible felony. How do people know what a felony isn't like? No, no, no. This bill doesn't change that. See, it's not in bold That they're just giving you the context For what? They're changing. All this bill does. In a couple of places, it says. That reasonable force as that term is used in the statute shall include the pointing of loaded or unloaded firearm. All it does. It just adds that language in a couple of places what that would do. Is that would be Statutory. Aggregation reversal. Of the Nance versus State case that says you can't point a gun as reasonable force when you're merely defending your property will be a little broader than that because Nance versus state was just dealing with property. The defensive property in that case of bulldozers. But what that would mean is if I'm standing in front of my business in downtown Indianapolis, and somebody was to throw a Molotov cocktail through it. Again. They're not threatening me if they're threatening me, different set of rules apply. You throw a Molotov cocktail of my head. Now I can defend myself, including with deadly force ground, preventing serious bodily injury. But let's say I'm not being threatened. They just want to come smash the windows gain entry. Get in there, steal everything that I've Put into my business. On my inventory, set it on fire and destroy it. Suitable. One down. You're not is really very simple. It would just simply say that I can point my gun. As reasonable force to defend my property. Don't have a problem with that, And I've always had a problem with the Nance. How come again Respectfully. I understand where the Court of Appeals ruled the way they did. So I greatly respect our judges on the court of Appeals, including the judges involved in that decision. But I think a lot of the outcome of that case dealt with just sort of a maybe somewhat of an uninformed fear of firearms. Not understanding that point a firearm if your lawfully defending yourself for your property and without pulling the trigger is not deadly force pulling the trigger. Pointing the gun at someone is deadly force. It's one of the rules of gun safety we talk about Don't point the gun at something. You're not willing to shoot you if you're not pointing the gun at someone with the intent to shoot them. I've always disagree with the idea that that constitutes deadly four. And wouldn't it be nice for those business owners? At least have the threat. To say, Don't destroy my business. I think that's good policy, so I went down. I testified in favor of it. You know, they put a short timeframe on you when you're testifying in these committees, five minutes or so. Then I got questioned..
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"W Y PC mobile news on the level on the go thick winter coats, gloves and a scarf will likely be needed radar showing some light snow heading towards Indianapolis. It's clear and 27 degrees downtown. I'm Sean Herrick. Here's what's trending at 702. Temperature's about to drop to single digits this weekend, and that drop begins later this afternoon. We might see a little bit of scattered snow showers overnight after the cold Front passes through, but we're not looking at any kind of accumulation. Meteorologist Karen Updike with the National Weather Service in Indianapolis, says today will be windy as well with wind gusts as high as 30 miles an hour at times Another system supposed to move in early next week. The next group of Hoosiers to get the Corona virus vaccine will be between the age of 60 and 65. Then it's not clear after that. Eric Berman reports. Health Commissioner Chris Buck says the state's been prioritizing those at most risk of serious illness or death. The biggest risk factor is old age. But below age 60 Bucks says some health conditions may have comparable risk levels. Vaccine advisory panels, consulting doctors and studying data to decide who's next. Eric Berman, 93 WNBC Mobile new proposed legislation that would have prohibited Indiana employers from requiring workers to get vaccines has been stopped. It would have allowed employees to say no to getting a vaccine for medical, religious or personal reasons. State lawmakers discussed the bill in committee and mid January but they determined it did not have enough support to move forward. No additional hearings or committee votes or plan for the bill. Quarantine protocols. For classrooms will change starting Monday. The Department of Health will no longer require quarantine or contact tracing if students and teachers remain at least 3 ft apart instead of six and they were a mascot all times while in the classroom box says some schools have only been able to separate students by 3 to 4 FT. Because the classrooms are small and data shows the reduced spacing has not resulted in more cases. The law license of a former Johnson County prosecutor has been suspended by the Indiana Supreme Court, Rob Connote reports. Bradley Cooper is Suspended for the next four years in 2019, he brutally beat his girlfriend stole her phone, pretended to be her and conducted media interviews, accusing her of attacking him. As part of an agreement to avoid jail time he pled guilty to criminal confinement, domestic battery identity, deception and official misconduct. The court says Cooper narrowly lost his license altogether. Round kind of 93 WBC mobile news and ND soccer team has a new home sort of the indie 11 of announced They will play home games this year at Carol Stadium on the campus of Value Py, which is where they played their games from 2014 to 2017 before moving to Lucas Oil Stadium. The teams expected to reveal plans for their own stadium by the end of March. The 2021 in the 11 seasons supposed to start sometime in May. I'm John Herrick on the level on the going on w y b c dot com It's 705 with traffic.
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"Tim Ladies. This is why you must not laugh at men's jokes. Yes, yes, and try and make them like 93 w Y PC Mobile news on the level on the go, progress continues. I'm Rod Connick. Here's what's trending this hour. The updated covert map of Indiana shows just four counties now in the red. While 29 counties have dropped down into the yellow, everyone else's still orange. 36 new covert deaths reported by the Indiana Department of Health on Wednesday, meaning more than 9700 Hoosiers have died from the virus planning on watching the big game this weekend, State health Commissioner Dr Cristina Box urges you to avoid large crowds. You're watching the Super Bowl this weekend, do it safely by gathering virtually or only with members of your own household. She says that if you're going out for the Super Bowl to keep shouting to a minimum And try not to go to the restroom during a high traffic time. Like halftime During the Super Bowl, you'll notice a commercial made by the Indiana Department of Health. It features Will Logan, his dad, former North Central High School athletic director, Paul Logan died from covert. Last year. My dad was sick in the hospital. That was the longest old days of my life, just sitting there, not knowing Each morning if he's if he's alive in the commercial will talks about the importance of wearing a mask, social distancing and getting the vaccine. The Indiana Supreme Court has suspended the law license of Bradley Cooper, the former Johnson County prosecutor who beat his girlfriend stole her phone and pretended to be her in 2019. He pled guilty to criminal confinement, domestic battery, identity, deception and official misconduct but avoided jail time. I'm rob comment on the level on the go and on wi be si.
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"Connie. Here's what's trending at 5 30 in the next group of Who Measures to get the Corona virus vaccine will be those ages 60 to 65. But what happens after that is still trying to be figured out. Health Commissioner Chris Buck says the state's been prioritizing those at most risk of serious illness or death. The biggest risk factor is old age, but below H. 60. Bucks says some health conditions may have comparable risk levels. Vaccine advisory panels, consulting doctors and studying data to decide who's next. Eric Berman, 93 WNBC Mobile new During the Super Bowl, You can either find people yelling at their TVs or jumping around celebrating. But state health Commissioner Dr Cristina Box wants you to remember. We're still in a pandemic. Keep in mind that shouting and cheering allows the virus to spread more easily, she says. To remember to keep your masks on, remained socially distanced. And especially if you plan on going out for the Super Bowl. More than 9700 Hoosiers have died from the Corona virus, but the state continues to make progress on Lee. Four counties are still in the red. Most her in the orange, including Marion County, 29. Counties across the state have dropped down into the yellow more than 166,000. People in Indiana happened fully vaccinated. The former Johnson County prosecutor is suspended for the next four years, The Indiana Supreme Court has suspended the law license of Brad Cooper in 2019. Cooper beat his girlfriend stole her phone and pretended to be her conducting media interviews, accusing her of attacking him as part of an agreement to avoid jail time. He pled guilty to criminal confinement, domestic battery, identity, deception and official misconduct, the court, said Cooper now Early lost his license altogether, and a man from Michigan went above and beyond. To get the attention of Indiana police, Donnie Burgess explains, James Campbell decided to steal his friends Van and drive to the Elkhart Police Department. Security cameras show, Campbell tried to drive the van into the building, not once but twice, somehow missing both times. On Campbell's third try. He backed right through the front doors of the Elkhart Fire Department. Police began chasing Campbell, who was caught after he crashed again into a flagpole. He was arrested and faces several felony charges, including driving while intoxicated. Tony Burgess 93 w I b c Mobile news.
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"Investigate him based on Lee on the call. Said he had a gun. Nobody said he was Attempting to rob the place. Nobody said he was pointing it at anyone. No one said he was threatening anyone with it, and no one knew enough about him to know whether or not his possession of that gun was legal or illegal. They just knew he had a gun. That was the only information the officers had. Now, an argument made by police and prosecutors for a lot of years is hold on carrying a handgun without a license is a crime. So if I see someone carrying a handgun I have, and this is the legal requirement I ever Reasonable articulable suspicion. In other words, I can articulate the basis for a reasonable suspicion that the persons committing a crime until I see their license. Because carrying a handgun without a license is a crime. That was an argument on one side. Argument on the other side is hold on driving a car without a driver's license is also illegal. We don't want police just randomly pull over cars to check her driver's license without some reason to believe that a particular drivers not licensed Been the law for a long, long time, including walking out of the U. S. Supreme Court. So that was the battle that eventually went to the Indiana Supreme Court and you want, the Indiana Supreme Court said. Unlike the view from Nancy Pelosi and the Democrats in Washington The Indiana Supreme Court said Hold on Law abiding citizens carry guns, too. That requirement. This is the requirement that came out of The Terry V. Ohio case here talking about Terry stops, police officers out there gonna know exactly what I'm talking. What's a Terry? Stop? That's where you have that reasonable articulable suspicion of criminal activity. You can stop someone detain them and investigate them to see if they're actually involved in Criminal activity, and this is short of probable cause to make an arrest. There's no probable cause to arrest anybody, but that reasonable suspicion allows police officers to detain someone. And they could do a quick Frisk. A check of a person's out of clothing to see if they have weapons so the officer can maintain that officer's safety during the investigation. To stop in for a secretary. Stop. That's what we're talking about. But the requirement fall that is a reasonable suspicion. A reasonable articulable suspicion. Sometimes you hear the acronym Raz R. Yes, That's what we're talking about. Reasonable suspicion of criminal activity. So the question here is Does the mere report. Mr Pinter has a gun and dropped it. Okay, That means he's a knucklehead. That means he doesn't know how to carry a gun. It doesn't know proper retention for a handgun, but being a knuckle heads, not a crime. So the question becomes. Do they have that reasonable suspicion on him? If not, they cannot detain him to investigate him. Which is what they did, and Supreme Court Court said, because law abiding citizens carry guns, too. Without anything more on Mr Pinter, other than he possessed a gun. There was no reasonable suspicion, no reasonable basis. For a suspicion that he was engaged in criminal activity. As such, police could not detain him to investigate. When they did they violated the Fourth Amendment against unreasonable searches and seizures. And as such, the results of that investigation and the seizure of the gun in particular were illegally obtained, therefore, should be suppressed. Therefore, he's not guilty. And while Mr Pinter himself may have, in fact been a bad guy, quote unquote. At least someone unlicensed to carry a gun with a prior criminal history. It's not the point. The point is that's dramatically good law for the rest of us who are law abiding citizens who should not be detained by law enforcement. Simply because we're carrying a gun. We can always have what's called a consensual encounter. What's a consensual encounter with law enforcement? I'm walking so I go. Down stairs to the first floor here and at 40 Monument Circle. I walk out onto the circle. Let's say I'm open carrying a handgun. The police officer walks up to me and say, Excuse me, sir. Like to ask you some questions about your firearm. At that point, I can say Well, sure,.
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"And Eric Burman, chief political correspondent and Statehouse bureau chief, and it feels like we just need to join in prayer and thank God that 2020 is coming to a close. Not like it's going to be a magic magic pill or anything. 2020 one's gonna have a lot of the same problems. But, man, this has been a year. Most years are a mixed bag. But I don't know of anybody who is going to be sorry to see 2020 go. A lot of a people is here. Yeah, definitely. You're You're right, Chris. And of course, the Curtis Hill saga was definitely one of the things of 2020 that because of Corona virus, and all kinds of other things that happened might have gotten pushed down People's priority list. In terms of things they paid attention to, But still, there was a lot to unpack there. Show right after this, and Eric Berman is going to share what happened with Curtis Hill, the state attorney general. This year. We're going to talk about exactly what this means for you. And after this whole saga is over exactly what happens with that office and with the man who currently occupies it. So here we go with The story of Curtis Hill that's been going on for three years Number 10 Hill has been under a cloud since 2018 when word leaked that monster representative American DeLaria, Reardon and three legislative staffers had accused him of touching them sexually and opposed to German party. Earlier that year. A special prosecutor declined to file criminal charges. But the Indiana disciplinary commission accused him of violating lawyer's code of ethics. Former Supreme Court Justice Maira Selby connected to hearing on the charges last year. In February, she recommended Hills License, be suspended for two months and then be reviewed before reinstatement for House Republicans. It was the last draw The House passed Osceola representative Tim West Coast proposal that losing your wild license for a month or more should make you ineligible to be attorney general. As a simple matter of policy. Is it acceptable for the attorney general of the state of Indiana to hold a suspended Lot license. I proposed to you that aside from all present circumstances, Thea answer is no Senate Republicans were skeptical of the bill and in the end and unrelated issue sank it. In May, the Indiana Supreme Court issued its final ruling reducing the suspension to one month. That left a question You have to be a licensed attorney to run for attorney general. But what if you lose your license when you already have the job? Until was already facing two challengers at the Republican Convention 10 Days After his suspension, he got a third former congressman Todd Ricky to general.
Indiana Supreme Court orders state Attorney General Curtis Hill’s law license suspended for 30 days in groping case
"Indiana's Attorney General has had his license to practice law suspended for a month the Indiana Supreme Court unanimous decision said the state's disciplinary commission proved by clear and convincing evidence that hill committed the criminal act of battery Indiana Attorney General Curtis hill was accused of drunkenly groping for women during a party he was denied doing anything wrong testifying during a hearing in October he briefly touched democratic representative Maria Candelaria Riordan's back hill denied the testimony of three other female staffers that he made unwelcome sexual comments during the party Hillis tonight he will resign he is up for reelection
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"Former employee of Indiana's Attorney General says he propositioned her for sex after he was elected three years ago the testimony coming in a hearing to determine if he can continue practicing law in that state we get more from ABC's Ryan broke the testimony from Kathleen powers who work for Curtis hill when he was the Elkhart county prosecutor comes on the third day of an Indiana Supreme Court disciplinary hearing surrounding alleged groping by Indian as Attorney General during a twenty eighteen party power says which she worked for Helen L. cart key reference having sex with her in discussions about a dance lesson and continue to talk about it in further conversations hill took the stand but was only asked about his current duties as Attorney General he is expected to take the stand again in the week long hearing cry borough ABC news
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"New Orleans police are searching, for two men. Who they say opened fire on a crowd of people last night three people were killed seven others hurt a lot of people we know saw, what happened, hurt what. Happened and we need more than anything for people to. Come forward to help the NYPD right now solve this case by helping us find more evidence police superintendent Michael Harrison the shooting happened. About, three miles from the French, quarter the suspects fled on foot. Two suspects are, being, sought, in Los Angeles after a drive by, shooting last night outside a liquor store police say, two, people are dead half a. Dozen others hurt witnesses Say they heard about fifteen shots as the opioid epidemic claims more lives, every day one St., in the, mid west is confronting the crisis judges attorneys law enforcement officers and medical professionals gathered in Indianapolis last week for a. Statewide opioid summit it was sponsored, by the Indiana. Supreme court and included sessions on helping families affected, by the crisis and the legal implications. Of addiction. According to the National, Institute, on drug abuse Indiana had the eleventh highest opioid prescription rate, in the country. In two thousand sixteen we had a Bill failed this last year than that really instituted a statewide take back system and the legislature just wasn't, ready for, it that's. State Senator Jim Merritt who says some pharmacies have started. A similar program the Rx abuse leadership initiative Tanya j powers Fox News after eight months behind bars in Israel a Palestinian teenager says. She, has plans to study law to defend her people and the The Palestinian cause a head to Mimi returned to, the West Bank, this morning, and was welcomed, by banners flags and cheers the seventeen year old, landed in prison after slapping and kicking.