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"interior secretary deb holland" Discussed on Native America Calling

Native America Calling

05:58 min | 7 months ago

"interior secretary deb holland" Discussed on Native America Calling

"This is national native news. I'm art Hughes in bra Antonio Gonzalez. The word squaw is derogatory and is on its way out for any federal places bearing the name. That's the bottom line of a formal declaration by U.S. department of interior secretary Deb Holland. The order also includes an investigation to replace other derogatory names. Holland's action forms a task force to identify and replace what she says are racist terms used by the federal government. She says names should celebrate a shared cultural heritage, not to in her words, perpetuate the legacies of oppression. Earlier this year, the privately owned California ski resort changed its name from squaw valley after decades of pressure from local tribes, at least two states have laws prohibiting using the word for place names. The federal legislation known as Savannah's act has seen its first deadline come and go, and at least two members of Congress are seeking answers. The act of facilitate better coordination and expand data collection to combat the crisis of missing and murdered indigenous women calls for the Justice Department to give regular reports to Congress. The act was signed into law in October 2020. No reports from DOJ are scheduled. Washington state Republican Dan newhouse issued a statement, saying he is deeply disappointed that the deadline was missed given the extent of the crisis in his state and across the country. California Democrat Norma Torres urges complete transparency from the department relating to the act's implementation. The law was named for Savannah lafontaine grey wind a pregnant 22 year old spirit Lake Dakota woman, who was murdered in 2017. Another bipartisan group of lawmakers are calling on the U.S. attorney general to act on recommendations on a report by the general accounting office that finds among other things, there is no comprehensive data on missing and murdered indigenous people. Noted Lakota elder Marcello bow has died. She was a decorated World War II veteran serving as a nurse in the U.S. Army nurse corps, a citizen of the Cheyenne river Sioux tribe, she served on that nation's council for four years. This month, she was inducted into the Native American Hall of Fame at age 102. She told native America calling producer Andy Murphy, how much she appreciated the recognition. Do you know I've had many honors in my life, but to be honored by Native American people as the greatest honor I have ever received. Lebeau served as the director of nursing at the eagle Butte IHS hospital and among other things, she was known for her leadership and health and wellness and health policy. She was also a champion of the effort to rescind the medals of honor from the soldiers who participated in the wounded knee massacre in 1890. At the presidential candidates forum and 2019, she asked each of the candidates the same question, whether they would support the remove the stain act. Back on our reservation on the same river reservation, there is a pervasive sadness that exists there because of wounded knee and what happened there..

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"interior secretary deb holland" Discussed on Democracy Now! Audio

Democracy Now! Audio

07:59 min | 9 months ago

"interior secretary deb holland" Discussed on Democracy Now! Audio

"Versus a native woman. The first native american cabinet secretary in us history interior secretary. Deb haaland who used to be congressman from new mexico told the associated press that gabby potatoes cases reminder of missing native american. She said anytime woman faces assault rape murder kidnapping any of those things. It's very difficult. My heart goes to any family who has to endure that type of pain. And so of course. My heart goes out to the young woman who was found in wyoming. But where i can make a difference in particular is and addressing the missing and murdered indigenous peoples crisis which has occurred since the beginning of colonization of indigenous people on this continent for about the last five hundred years and it continues Interior secretary deb holland said You've used the example just of wyoming. Mary catherine nagel. Where gabby body was found right next to the grand teton national park. When it comes to missing indigenous people absolutely in montana they have a statewide commission and they released a report and from two thousand. Twenty twenty twenty percent or maybe twenty one percent basically one fifth of all the homicides in the state of indigenous people that as a result of historical practices in the united states. We're not one fifth of the population in the united states. Today and i know native people. Don't make up a fifth of the population in wyoming but for them to be a fifth for us to be a fifth of the motors in homicides in that state is outrageous that you know as many others who work in. This area have have documented. We also have a real lack of data because for a lot of our native women and families. There's simply no point in. According to the federal law enforcement who has jurisdiction is not going to do anything or unfortunately in many instances to We've seen corrupt. Visa law law officers actually harasser sexually assault are native women. There's a case in the montana supreme court about that right now. Where officer assaulted a native woman. And so we know that the data out there is actually under reported as is and it's a huge crisis in you know i'm just thankful that democracy now is is willing to create space to talk about it. We're talking to mary. Catherine nagel lawyer and citizen of cherokee nation We're also joined by amara cofer host and executive producer of the podcast. Black girl gone You know amara at. I couldn't help but think about simone biles when catherine nato was talking about the lack of fbi action Simone biles who said she shouldn't have even been in the last olympics considering how much she has suffered a reserves results of the sexual torture by dr larry nassar the fbi was onto this. The fbi refused to investigate or stop him. As a result he abused at least one hundred more Young women This ties in You've just begun. a podcast. Called black girl gone talk about why well thank you for having me so the the main reason why i started the bond gone podcast was number. What i you know. I was a fan of true crime but like many things. And you know this country. There is an underrepresentation of of black women women of color and these stories and what i noticed was that consumers of true crime especially true true crime podcast have been very intricate in solving some cases or having cases reopened or bring attention to cold cases and missing person cases But because the genre is dominated by stories of white people and white women those are the cases that get the attention and get the pressure and so i decided you know what if i was able to do this. But focusing on black women and potentially bringing that attention to these cases and helping to find these missing women helping to solve some of these cold cases by just getting the public interested in these women's stories And one of my angles was that. I wanted to humanize these victims. Because like you said one of the things that people still connected to the gabby petito ks. They can see her life. They can see her pictures and so they can see themselves and her and so i feel like it's important for people to also see themselves in black women and women of color because we are also victims of these crimes but we are mothers sisters daughters. We are college students. Were all of these. Things that are can be relatable to people and so. I felt like it was really important for this podcast to be out there and to highlight these women and their stories. Can you tell us caracul. Story amara yes so care. Kohl's a young woman missing from chicago. Illinois she was. I'm sorry she was three months pregnant at the time. She went missing in february October two thousand eighteen. I'm sorry she was a postal worker and here had a doctor's appointment that day that she went to the day that she went missing. She was supposed to go to the shedded ultrasound appointment she went. Her family spoke to her that day and then she called how to work the next day and no one has seen cure coal sense. There was very popular video. That was out that had what the public thought for a long time was cure colds in the video but just In february of this year it was revealed that this entire time when we thought that was chemicals in the video. It wasn't careful than the video and the police were aware of this. The there's been no suspects named in her case her The father of her unborn child was a person of interest but he was kind of allowed to just move out of state. And there's been very little movement on the case and the past few years. Her family is still out there The postal service had offered a reward for her for information about her disappearance. But there's there's really been very little national coverage and there's been very little movement on the case and the past few years. What about the family that reached out to you. Because you're doing black girl gone the podcast. Jennifer blackman yes so jennifer black men. She is a mother missing from a river rogue michigan. I got a message from a friend of hers about two months into doing. The podcast asked me to cover the story of their friend who has been missing since december twenty second twenty twenty and one of the things that they really wanted this to be out there and at the time when i did episode. I really didn't even have that big of a following But she just wanted somebody to tell her friends story and put this information out there. And so yeah. Jennifer has been missing from river road since december. Twenty second twenty twenty She has four children. Her daughter just went off to college. She miss christmas. She mr registration. And when i spoke to the friend of hers last week there has been no information. No movement on the case Since then and that's just kind of like a steam that happens with these stories of these missing. Black women is dead there. There is nothing. The police are hesitant to release information. Suspects are allowed to move away or to disappear and so the families are really left kind of trying to do this on their own so again. An estimated sixty four thousand black women or girls are missing in the united states. The national center for missing and exploited children estimates out of six hundred.

wyoming american cabinet Deb haaland deb holland Mary catherine nagel fbi federal law enforcement Catherine nagel amara cofer simone biles catherine nato Simone biles dr larry nassar united states amara grand teton national park gabby montana supreme court
"interior secretary deb holland" Discussed on Democracy Now! Audio

Democracy Now! Audio

07:59 min | 9 months ago

"interior secretary deb holland" Discussed on Democracy Now! Audio

"Versus a native woman. The first native american cabinet secretary in us history interior secretary. Deb haaland who used to be congressman from new mexico told the associated press that gabby potatoes cases reminder of missing native american. She said anytime woman faces assault rape murder kidnapping any of those things. It's very difficult. My heart goes to any family who has to endure that type of pain. And so of course. My heart goes out to the young woman who was found in wyoming. But where i can make a difference in particular is and addressing the missing and murdered indigenous peoples crisis which has occurred since the beginning of colonization of indigenous people on this continent for about the last five hundred years and it continues Interior secretary deb holland said You've used the example just of wyoming. Mary catherine nagel. Where gabby body was found right next to the grand teton national park. When it comes to missing indigenous people absolutely in montana they have a statewide commission and they released a report and from two thousand. Twenty twenty twenty percent or maybe twenty one percent basically one fifth of all the homicides in the state of indigenous people I can tell you that as a result of historical practices in the united states. We're not one fifth of the population in the united states. Today and i know native people. Don't make up a fifth of the population in wyoming but for them to be a fifth for us to be a fifth of the motors in homicides in that state is outrageous that you know as many others who work in. This area have have documented. We also have a real lack of data because for a lot of our native women and families. There's simply no point in. According to the federal law enforcement who has jurisdiction is not going to do anything or unfortunately in many instances to We've seen corrupt. Visa law law officers actually harasser sexually assault are native women. There's a case in the montana supreme court about that right now. Where officer assaulted a native woman. And so we know that the data out there is actually under reported as is and it's a huge crisis in you know i'm just thankful that democracy now is is willing to create space to talk about it. We're talking to mary. Catherine nagel lawyer and citizen of cherokee nation We're also joined by amara cofer host and executive producer of the podcast. Black girl gone You know amara at. I couldn't help but think about simone biles when catherine nato was talking about the lack of fbi action Simone biles who said she shouldn't have even been in the last olympics considering how much she has suffered a reserves results of the sexual torture by dr larry nassar the fbi was onto this. The fbi refused to investigate or stop him. As a result he abused at least one hundred more Young women This ties in You've just begun. a podcast. Called black girl gone talk about why well thank you for having me so the the main reason why i started the bond gone podcast was number. What i you know. I was a fan of true crime but like many things. And you know this country. There is an underrepresentation of of black women women of color and these stories and what i noticed was that consumers of true crime especially true true crime podcast have been very intricate in solving some cases or having cases reopened or bring attention to cold cases and missing person cases But because the genre is dominated by stories of white people and white women those are the cases that get the attention and get the pressure and so i decided you know what if i was able to do this. But focusing on black women and potentially bringing that attention to these cases and helping to find these missing women helping to solve some of these cold cases by just getting the public interested in these women's stories And one of my angles was that. I wanted to humanize these victims. Because like you said one of the things that people still connected to the gabby petito ks. They can see her life. They can see her pictures and so they can see themselves and her and so i feel like it's important for people to also see themselves in black women and women of color because we are also victims of these crimes but we are mothers daughters. We are college students. Were all of these. Things that are can be relatable to people and so. I felt like it was really important for this podcast to be out there and to highlight these women and their stories. Can you tell us caracul. Story amara yes so care. Kohl's a young woman missing from chicago. Illinois she was. I'm sorry she was three months pregnant at the time she went missing in february tober. Two thousand eighteen. I'm sorry she was a postal worker and here had a doctor's appointment that day that she went to the day that she went missing. She was supposed to go to the shedded ultrasound appointment she went. Her family spoke to her that day and then she called how to work the next day and no one has seen cure coal sense. There was very popular video. That was out that had what the public thought for a long time was cure colds in the video But just an in february of this year. It was revealed that this entire time when we thought that was chemicals in the video. It wasn't careful than the video and the police were aware of this. The there's been no suspects named in her case her The father of her unborn child was a person of interest but he was kind of allowed to just move out of state. And there's been very little movement on the case and the past few years Her family is still out there The postal service had offered a reward for her for information about her disappearance. But there's there's really been very little national coverage and there's been very little movement on the case and the past few years. What about the family that reached out to you. Because you're doing black girl gone the podcast. Jennifer blackman yes so jennifer black men. She is a mother missing from a river rogue michigan. I got a message from a friend of hers about two months into doing. The podcast asked me to cover the story of their friend who has been missing since december twenty second twenty twenty and one of the things that they really wanted this to be out there and at the time when i did episode. I really didn't even have that big of a following. But she just wanted somebody to tell her friends story and put this information out there. And so yeah. Jennifer has been missing from river road since december. Twenty second twenty twenty She has four children. Her daughter just went off to college. She miss christmas. She mr registration. And when i spoke to the friend of hers last week there has been no information. No movement on the case Since then and that's just kind of like a steam that happens with these stories of these missing. Black women is that there there is nothing. The police are hesitant to release information. Suspects are allowed to move away or to disappear and so the families are really left kind of trying to do this on their own so again. An estimated sixty four thousand black women or girls are missing in the united states. The national center for missing and exploited children estimates out of six hundred.

wyoming american cabinet Deb haaland deb holland Mary catherine nagel fbi federal law enforcement Catherine nagel amara cofer simone biles catherine nato Simone biles dr larry nassar united states amara grand teton national park gabby montana supreme court
"interior secretary deb holland" Discussed on Democracy Now! Audio

Democracy Now! Audio

07:59 min | 9 months ago

"interior secretary deb holland" Discussed on Democracy Now! Audio

"Versus a native woman. The first native american cabinet secretary in us history interior secretary. Deb haaland who used to be congressman from new mexico told the associated press that gabby potatoes cases reminder of missing native american. She said anytime woman faces assault rape murder kidnapping any of those things. It's very difficult. My heart goes to any family who has to endure that type of pain. And so of course. My heart goes out to the young woman who was found in wyoming. But where i can make a difference in particular is and addressing the missing and murdered indigenous peoples crisis which has occurred since the beginning of colonization of indigenous people on this continent for about the last five hundred years and it continues Interior secretary deb holland said You've used the example just of wyoming. Mary catherine nagel. Where gabby body was found right next to the grand teton national park. When it comes to missing indigenous people absolutely in montana they have a statewide commission and they released a report and from two thousand. Twenty twenty twenty percent or maybe twenty one percent basically one fifth of all the homicides in the state of indigenous people I can tell you that as a result of historical practices in the united states. We're not one fifth of the population in the united states. Today and i know native people. Don't make up a fifth of the population in wyoming but for them to be a fifth for us to be a fifth of the motors in homicides in that state is outrageous that you know as many others who work in. This area have have documented. We also have a real lack of data because for a lot of our native women and families there's simply no point according to the federal law enforcement who has jurisdiction is not going to do anything or unfortunately in many instances to We've seen corrupt. Visa law law officers actually harasser sexually assault are native women. There's a case in the montana supreme court about that right now. Where officer assaulted a native woman. And so we know that the data out there is actually under reported as is and it's a huge crisis in you know i'm just thankful that democracy now is is willing to create space to talk about it. We're talking to mary. Catherine nagel lawyer and citizen of cherokee nation We're also joined by amara cofer host and executive producer of the podcast. Black girl gone You know amara at. I couldn't help but think about simone biles when catherine nato was talking about the lack of fbi action Simone biles who said she shouldn't have even been in the last olympics considering how much she has suffered a reserves results of the sexual torture by dr larry nassar the fbi was onto this. The fbi refused to investigate or stop him. As a result he abused at least one hundred more Young women This ties in You've just begun. a podcast. Called black girl gone talk about why well thank you for having me so the the main reason why i started the bond gone podcast was number. What i you know. I was a fan of true crime but like many things. And you know this country. There is an underrepresentation of of black women women of color and these stories and what i noticed was that consumers of true crime especially true true crime podcast have been very intricate in solving some cases or having cases reopened or bring attention to cold cases and missing person cases But because the genre is dominated by stories of white people and white women those are the cases that get the attention and get the pressure and so i decided you know what if i was able to do this. But focusing on black women and potentially bringing that attention to these cases and helping to find these missing women helping to solve some of these cold cases by just getting the public interested in these women's stories And one of my angles was that. I wanted to humanize these victims. Because like you said one of the things that people still connected to the gabby petito ks. They can see her life. They can see her pictures and so they can see themselves and her and so i feel like it's important for people to also see themselves in black women and women of color because we are also victims of these crimes but we are mothers daughters. We are college students. Were all of these. Things that are can be relatable to people and so. I felt like it was really important for this podcast to be out there and to highlight these women and their stories. Can you tell us caracul. Story amara yes so care. Kohl's is a young woman missing from chicago. Illinois she was. I'm sorry she was three months pregnant at the time she went missing in february tober. Two thousand eighteen. I'm sorry she was a postal worker and here had a doctor's appointment that day that she went to the day that she went missing. She was supposed to go to the shedded ultrasound appointment she went. Her family spoke to her that day and then she called how to work the next day and no one has seen cure coal sense. There was very popular video. That was out that had what the public thought for a long time was cure colds in the video But just in february of this year it was revealed that this entire time when we thought that was chemicals in the video. It wasn't careful than the video and the police were aware of this. The there's been no suspects named in her case her The the father of her unborn child was a person of interest but he was kind of allowed to just move out of state. And there's been very little movement on the case and the past few years Her family is still out there The postal service had offered a reward for her for information about her disappearance. But there's there's really been very little national coverage and there's been very little movement on the case and the past few years. What about the family that reached out to you. Because you're doing black girl gone the podcast. Jennifer blackman yes so jennifer black men. She is a mother missing from a river rogue michigan. I got a message from a friend of hers about two months into the podcast asked me to cover the story of their friend who has been missing since december twenty second twenty twenty and one of the things that they really wanted this to be out there and at the time when i did episode. I really didn't even have that big of a following. But she just wanted somebody to tell her friends story and put this information out there. And so yeah. Jennifer has been missing from river road since december. Twenty second twenty twenty She has four children. Her daughter just went off to college. She miss christmas. She mr and when i spoke to the friend of hers last week there has been no information. No movement on the case Since then and that's just kind of like a steam that happens with these stories of these missing. Black women is dead there. There is nothing. The police are hesitant to release information. Suspects are allowed to move away or to disappear and so the families are really left kind of trying to do this on their own so again. An estimated sixty four thousand black women or girls are missing in the united states. The national center for missing and exploited children estimates out of six hundred.

wyoming american cabinet Deb haaland deb holland Mary catherine nagel fbi Catherine nagel amara cofer simone biles catherine nato Simone biles dr larry nassar united states amara grand teton national park gabby montana supreme court the associated press
"interior secretary deb holland" Discussed on Democracy Now! Audio

Democracy Now! Audio

07:59 min | 9 months ago

"interior secretary deb holland" Discussed on Democracy Now! Audio

"Versus a native woman. The first native american cabinet secretary in us history interior secretary. Deb haaland who used to be congressman from new mexico told the associated press that gabby potatoes cases reminder of missing native american. She said anytime woman faces assault rape murder kidnapping any of those things. It's very difficult. My heart goes to any family who has to endure that type of pain. And so of course. My heart goes out to the young woman who was found in wyoming. But where i can make a difference in particular is and addressing the missing and murdered indigenous peoples crisis which has occurred since the beginning of colonization of indigenous people on this continent for about the last five hundred years and it continues Interior secretary deb holland said You've used the example just of wyoming. Mary catherine nagel. Where gabby body was found right next to the grand teton national park. When it comes to missing indigenous people absolutely in montana they have a statewide commission and they released a report and from two thousand. Twenty twenty twenty percent or maybe twenty one percent basically one fifth of all the homicides in the state of indigenous people I can tell you that as a result of historical practices in the united states. We're not one fifth of the population in the united states. Today and i know native people. Don't make up a fifth of the population in wyoming but for them to be a fifth for us to be a fifth of the motors in homicides in that state is outrageous that you know as many others who work in. This area have have documented. We also have a real lack of data because for a lot of our native women and families. There's simply no point in. According to the federal law enforcement who has jurisdiction is not going to do anything or unfortunately in many instances to We've seen corrupt. Visa law law officers actually harasser sexually assault are native women. There's a case in the montana supreme court about that right now. Where officer assaulted a native woman. And so we know that the data out there is actually under reported as is and it's a huge crisis in you know i'm just thankful that democracy now is is willing to create space to talk about it. We're talking to mary. Catherine nagel lawyer and citizen of cherokee nation We're also joined by amara cofer host and executive producer of the podcast. Black girl gone You know amara at. I couldn't help but think about simone biles when catherine nato was talking about the lack of fbi action Simone biles who said she shouldn't have even been in the last olympics considering how much she has suffered a reserves results of the sexual torture by dr larry nassar the fbi was onto this. The fbi refused to investigate or stop him. As a result he abused at least one hundred more Young women This ties in You've just begun. a podcast. Called black girl gone talk about why well thank you for having me so the the main reason why i started the bond gone podcast was number. What i you know. I was a fan of true crime but like many things. And you know this country. There is an underrepresentation of of black women women of color and these stories and what i noticed was that consumers of true crime especially true true crime podcast have been very intricate in solving some cases or having cases reopened or bring attention to cold cases and missing person cases But because the genre is dominated by stories of white people and white women those are the cases that get the attention and get the pressure and so i decided you know what if i was able to do this. But focusing on black women and potentially bringing that attention to these cases and helping to find these missing women helping to solve some of these cold cases by just getting the public interested in these women's stories And one of my angles was that. I wanted to humanize these victims. Because like you said one of the things that people still connected to the gabby petito ks. They can see her life. They can see her pictures and so they can see themselves and her and so i feel like it's important for people to also see themselves in black women and women of color because we are also victims of these crimes but we are mothers daughters. We are college students. Were all of these. Things that are can be relatable to people and so. I felt like it was really important for this podcast to be out there and to highlight these women and their stories. Can you tell us caracul. Story amara yes so care. Kohl's is a young woman missing from chicago. Illinois she was. I'm sorry she was three months pregnant at the time. She went missing in february October two thousand eighteen. I'm sorry she was a postal worker and here had a doctor's appointment that day that she went to the day that she went missing. She was supposed to go to the shedded ultrasound appointment she went. Her family spoke to her that day and then she called how to work the next day and no one has seen cure coal sense. There was very popular video. That was out that had what the public thought for a long time was cure colds in the video But just in february of this year it was revealed that this entire time when we thought that was chemicals in the video. It wasn't careful than the video and the police were aware of this. The there's been no suspects named in her case her The the father of her unborn child was a person of interest but he was kind of allowed to just move out of state. And there's been very little movement on the case and the past few years Her family is still out there The postal service had offered a reward for her for information about her disappearance. But there's there's really been very little national coverage and there's been very little movement on the case and the past few years. What about the family that reached out to you. Because you're doing black girl gone the podcast. Jennifer blackman yes so jennifer black men. She is a mother missing from a river rogue michigan. I got a message from a friend of hers about two months into doing. The podcast asked me to cover the story of their friend who has been missing since december twenty second twenty twenty and one of the things that they really wanted this to be out there and at the time when i did episode. I really didn't even have that big of a following But she just wanted somebody to tell her friends story and put this information out there. And so yeah. Jennifer has been missing from river road since december. Twenty second twenty twenty She has four children. Her daughter just went off to college. She miss christmas. She mr registration. And when i spoke to the friend of hers last week there has been no information. No movement on the case Since then and that's just kind of like a steam that happens with these stories of these missing. Black women is that there there is nothing. The police are hesitant to release information. Suspects are allowed to move away or to disappear and so the families are really left kind of trying to do this on their own so again. An estimated sixty four thousand black women or girls are missing in the united states. The national center for missing and exploited children estimates out of six hundred.

wyoming american cabinet Deb haaland deb holland Mary catherine nagel fbi federal law enforcement Catherine nagel amara cofer simone biles catherine nato Simone biles dr larry nassar united states amara grand teton national park gabby montana supreme court
"interior secretary deb holland" Discussed on Go West, Young Podcast

Go West, Young Podcast

03:51 min | 1 year ago

"interior secretary deb holland" Discussed on Go West, Young Podcast

"Come to you outside today on a beautiful morning up at red rocks park overlooking the city just stopped buying climb the steps. What is one of the most gorgeous stunning concert venues in the world. Also one of the most beautiful places to photograph in the world which is kinda why. I'm here on the show today. We have an interview so big. It didn't fit into one episode. I have been a fan of photographer. Bob wick for years bob might have. What is the best job in the country. He takes beautiful pictures of america's public land's specifically bureau of land management land across the west. You may not know bob wick by name but you have almost certainly seen his work so as an amateur photographer myself. I was so excited when bob agreed to join us and talk about his remarkable career. Which oddly enough doesn't even officially include photography as part of his job description. So this is a two-parter this first episode is all about bob's career and how the bureau of land management has changed over the last thirty years and this is also video episode. You can find it on youtube or facebook there. You will get to see some of bob's best work as we talk about it. If you're listening to this podcast app that supports chapter markers you will probably see pictures as we go as well. But please don't look down if you're driving And then next week we're going to do a bonus episode diving into the nitty gritty of outdoor photography for photo geeks. Like me but first. Let's do the news. Interior secretary deb holland was here in colorado last week. Talking about a couple of bills that we have featured here on the podcast that includes the colorado wilderness act sponsored by congresswoman. Diana get as well as the colorado outdoor recreation economy act or core. Act from congressman. Goose and senator michael bennet but the main reason for the secretary's visit was looking at how to fix the bureau of land management headquarters remember. That's the building in grand junction colorado. Where a grand whopping three employees who were at the old headquarters in washington. Dc eventually moved after former interior secretary. David bernhardt effectively and intentionally broke the agency. Even today there are fewer than forty people working in that grand junction office. There are about eighty open and unfilled positions. So something is not not working here at all and the solution is a pretty obvious one to us. You just have to admit the whole thing was a failure. It was designed to force career expertise out. And it's time to rebuild the agency headquarters back in washington. Now it's understandable. That folks like senator bennett senator. John hickenlooper want to keep jobs in colorado. Even if it's just forty of them so secretary holland came out to grand junction to listen to be element -ployees to listen to members of the community before she decides what to do next and of course the bureau still doesn't have a senate confirmed director has not had one for four and a half years now but we are finally getting close. The senate energy and natural resources committee last week deadlocked ten ten on the nomination of tracy stone manning to run the bureau that vote said it to the senate which voted fifty to forty nine on tuesday afternoon to move her nomination to the senate floor head back one episode for the background on the really absurd character assassination campaign that is being waged against tracy. But i think there's another takeaway here that everyone needs to consider. The fight here truly is not over what tracy stone manning did or did not do with earth. I thirty years ago. The record there is clear. nothing new has come out..

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"interior secretary deb holland" Discussed on The Nicole Sandler Show

The Nicole Sandler Show

07:34 min | 1 year ago

"interior secretary deb holland" Discussed on The Nicole Sandler Show

"Is which is critical variety. New legal only solve on the right to vote to signify reports of our efforts today. I'm asking you vice. President harris to help these efforts and lead them among her many other responsibilities with our leadership. And your support. We're going to overcome again. His warnings were echoed by a group of more one hundred self-described scholars of democracy in a statement released tuesday. They warn that republicans are putting the nation's democracy in danger by restricting access to voting and perpetuating the fiction that the twenty twenty presidential election wasn't secure the statement by the new america think-tank urged lawmakers to quote do whatever is necessary including suspending the filibuster in order to pass national voting and election administration standards that both guarantee the vote to all americans equally well following friday's senate filibuster of the bill. That would have begun. The process of forming a bipartisan independent commission to investigate the january six attack on the capital house. Democrats are preparing to go it alone speaker. Nancy pelosi is already looking at four options. To get started. Tuesday was a busy day with a lot going on department of homeland security secretary. Alejandra orcas terminated the trump era program that had forced tens of thousands of central american asylum seekers to wait in mexico and often dangerous conditions for their claims to be processed american civil. Liberties union attorney. Judy rabinowitz said. The forced return policy was cruel depraved. An illegal and we are glad that his finally been rescinded. in fact president. Biden's been on kind of a A role undoing. Some of the worst legislation signed into law by the former guy for instance on tuesday biding suspended. Arctic national wildlife refuge oil and gas leases. This is huge was actually an interior department decision. That would undo nearly a dozen lisa that republicans and democrats have battled over for decades. Probably triggering a legal fight. Interior secretary deb holland said a review of trump's leasing program in the wildlife refuge uncovered multiple legal deficiencies such as insufficient analysis required under environmental laws. Howland ordered a temporary moratorium pending a new. Comprehensive analysis of the potential environmental impacts of the oil and gas program biden's pausing of the new leases builds on his promise to sharply cut greenhouse gas emissions. Well tuesday was the first day of june pride month and joe biden issued presidential proclamation designating the month as pride month promising to push for laws guaranteeing full equality for the lgbtq community. This is another in the series of reversals of policies under the former guy who last year refused to even acknowledge june is pride month. The month of marches parades and celebrations gay rights groups and lgbtq americans. The white house called attention to the change. By saying that quote after four years of relentless attacks on lgbtq writes the biden harris administration has taken historic actions to accelerate the march toward full equality. Of course republican controlled state. Legislatures have been advancing bills seeking to limit those rights. Well a special election to fill the house seat. Vacated by new mexico's deb haaland when she became interior secretary was held on tuesday the democrat. Melanie stands berry won. A resounding victory garnering sixteen point three percent of the vote to her republican opponent mark. Moore's thirty five point seven percent now before the results came in cook political report. Dave wasserman said that a stance berry victory by fifteen points or more would be good for democrats while a margin under ten would give republicans a boost for next fall. Well with a margin of about twenty five points. Democrats are taking this as a good sign as we move forward. Hopefully the actions of the governor of florida will have similar affects when he's up for reelection. Next november florida on tuesday became the latest state to ban transgender women and girls from competing in school sports. The governor who some of us referred to as death sentence happens to be a close ally of the former guy signed the bill into law after republicans who control the state legislature attached the band to a charter school bill. Supporters say that the measure was necessary to keep competition fair arguing. The transgender female athletes have an advantage over six gender women and girls. Democrats in civil rights advocates oppose the legislation calling banning transgender women and girls discriminatory and accusing republicans of using the issue to stir up right wing support but florida's not alone lawmakers in alabama arkansas mississippi. Montana tennessee and west virginia have passed similar measures. Already and south. Dakota's governor issued an executive order backing a similar ban. That's one case that may go to the supreme court who is entering their final months of the term but are still several high profile cases that have yet to be decided. There's a challenge to the affordable. Care act yet again on the docket as well as a major dispute philadelphia that puts claims of religious liberty against the lgbtq community decisions on voting rights policing nc double a. Rules are also outstanding so all of those decisions or opinions will be released likely by the end of the month. The next opinion release day. Thursday stay tuned. Meanwhile concerned citizens are also looking out for any retirement. Plans from justice steven brier. He's eighty two if he were to leave. It would open the door for president. Joe biden senate democrats to replace him with a much younger liberal member of the court. Come on man and finally. Maybe it's a sign of the times back in the fall of two thousand nineteen when covid nineteen struck. Many hotels closed either completely or partially due to government shutdowns and so the trump company put their dc hotel lease up for sale. Obviously there were no takers while now they ve listed it again with trump under investigation by prosecutors in new york and the economy beginning to take off. His company is trying again. They've hired a brokerage firm to market the lease babai trump international dc hotel although trump move to mar-a-lago to florida following his time in the white house he spending the summer months in bedminster because trump is a former president. He is still entitled to secret service protection. But there's gotta be a line drawn somewhere. The secret service is spending nearly thirty. Five thousand dollars.

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"interior secretary deb holland" Discussed on AP News

AP News

03:46 min | 1 year ago

"interior secretary deb holland" Discussed on AP News

"Loved asthma. The card is one of the few vessels in the Iranian navy capable of providing replenishment at sea for other ships. It could also live heavy cargo. The circumstances surrounding the thinking of the cards are unclear. President Biden mates later today with the top Republican negotiator on his big infrastructure bill. With the clock ticking down to a June seven deadline. President Biden is slated to meet with West Virginia Republican senator and lead negotiator Shelley Moore Capito. The president wants to spend $1.7 trillion to improve roads, bridges and other investments using a corporate tax hike, while the GOP came up on Lee to $928 billion and wants to use funding allocated toward covert relief, Deputy White House press secretary Karine Jean Pierre said yesterday. President Biden appreciates the effort to negotiate. But as the president said last week, we do need to finish these negotiations. Bite in May try to muscle support from Democrats alone, risky with such slim margins in the House and Senate. I'm Jackie Quinn. House Speaker Nancy Pelosi is ruling out a presidential commission to study the capital riot in January. Melanie Stansbury is the newest member of Congress to Mexico delivered for our people. Delivered for our communities. The Democrat won an open four way race to fill a vacant seat previously held by Interior Secretary Deb Holland. There was another deadly workplace shooting in California of firefighter near Los Angeles, killed a coworker and wounded another at their small fire station before setting his house on fire and apparently killing himself. This is AP News. An FBI agent is facing charges following a shooting in a subway train near Washington, D. C. FBI supervisory agent Eduardo Valdivia is charged with attempted second degree murder, first degree assault and reckless endangerment after wounding an unarmed man during an altercation in a metro trade car. Last December. A Montgomery County, Maryland grand jury indicting the veteran agent Who shot and wounded a man after a testy exchange and this from W. J. L. A state's attorney, John McCarthy, says Valdivia was not justified and pulling the trigger. We would not have brought the charge. If we thought that it was protected by law, well, devious lawyer says he acted in self defense after being threatened by the man He's been released on his own recognizance. I'm Tim McGuire, Grammy nominated rapper to Baby was detained for questioning in a shooting that wounded two people in Miami and later released. Two suspects are now charged in the case. I'm a Donahue AP News. Good morning I'm Ed Donahue with an AP News Minute semiofficial news agencies are reporting the largest vessel in the Iranian navy has sunk in the Gulf of Oman after a fire broke out. Here's the AP is Charles Dillon, Desmond. The cog is one of the few vessels in the Iranian navy capable of providing replenishment at sea for other ships. It could also live heavy cargo and serve as a launch point for helicopters. Iran's navy typically handles patrols in the Gulf of a man on the wider sees, while the country's paramilitary Revolutionary Guard operates in the shallow waters off the straight off her moves on the Persian Gulf. The circumstances surrounding the sinking of the vessel are unclear. Democrat Melanie Stansbury won election to Congress for New Mexico. She won an open four. Cheerier Secretary Deb Holland stands Berries Victory shores up the Democratic majority in Congress ahead of the 2022 midterm elections. I'm Ed Donahue. 80 news. Good.

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"interior secretary deb holland" Discussed on WABE 90.1 FM

WABE 90.1 FM

03:59 min | 1 year ago

"interior secretary deb holland" Discussed on WABE 90.1 FM

"Based in Russia, A spokeswoman says. The administration has told the Russian government that responsible states do not harbor ransom where criminals thousands of workers in the U. S. Canada and Australia have been impacted and there are worries a hat could raise meat prices in the U. S during the summer grilling season. Agriculture Department says it's been in touch with several major meat processors to encourage them to keep supply moving. Kyle Snyder. NPR news President Biden will meet West Virginia Senator Shelley Moore Capito with the White House. Today she has been the lead negotiator for Senate Republicans working with Biden on an infrastructure bill. They disagree on the cost and what's covered. Republicans want to limit spending to traditional projects such as roads and bridges. Biden wants to spend money on Maura items such as National Internet access. Stocks opened higher this morning after mixed returns. On Tuesday. NPR's Scott Horsley reports. The Dow Jones industrial average rose about 70 points in early trading. Energy stocks are climbing after OPEC and its allies forecast a tightening of the world oil market in the months to come. Saudi Arabia, Russia and other big exporters planned reverse Maura of their pandemic production cuts in an effort to meet growing demand for oil. Price of Brent crude. Now top $70 a barrel. The U. S benchmark is a couple of dollars a barrel lower. Asian stocks were mixed overnight up in Tokyo but down in Hong Kong and Shanghai Treasury Secretary Janet Yellen held her first video conference yesterday with China's Vice premier New, Huh? Two sides say they discussed economic cooperation, but offered no details on any future trade talks. Scott Horsley NPR NEWS Washington In Alaska, Covert 19 vaccines were only available to those who live or work in the state. But now anyone aged 12 and older from anywhere around the world can get a vaccine in Alaska. My Iowa China of Alaska. Public media has more. The expansion is part of the state summer tourism campaign. The pandemic decimated Alaska's tourism industry last year, but officials hope the added incentive of a covert vaccine will attract visitors. Vaccination clinics at the state's major airports operating daily. My own China reporting On Wall Street, The Dow Jones industrial average is up 68 points at 34,643. The NASDAQ is down a fraction of 7 13,036. It's NPR. Results are in from a special election in a new Mexico Congressional District. Democrat Melanie Stansbury has won the seed that was recently vacated by now. Interior Secretary Deb Holland. Stansbury has previously served as a new Mexico State representative. She also worked in the Office of Management and Budget in the Obama administration. Top medical adviser to Japan's government is questioning the wisdom of proceeding with the Tokyo Olympics in the middle of the pandemic. NPR's Anthony Kuhn reports from Seoul that much of Japan will stay under a state of emergency until about a month before the Games Open in July. Dr. Shigeru Omi is the head of the Japanese government subcommittee on the coronavirus. He told lawmakers Wednesday that it would be unusual to hold the Olympics. Given the current situation, infections or gradually declining in Japan is speeding up vaccinations, but less than 3% of the population has been fully vaccinated. Meanwhile, the pandemic and mounting opposition to holding the games appears to be taking its toll on the morale of Olympic volunteers. 10,000 out of a total of 80,000 volunteers have quit, national broadcaster NHK reported Wednesday, quoting Olympic organizers. Anthony Kuhn NPR NEWS Seoul The African Union says it has suspended the West African nation of Mali following last week's military coup. Military junta controlling Molly deposed the interim president and prime minister last week. This is the second such coup in Mali in less.

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"interior secretary deb holland" Discussed on AP News

AP News

02:49 min | 1 year ago

"interior secretary deb holland" Discussed on AP News

"We do need to finish these negotiations soon. Bite and may try to muscle support from Democrats alone, risky with such slim margins in the House and Senate, I'm Jackie Quinn. House Speaker Nancy Pelosi is ruling out a presidential commission to study the capital riot in January. Melanie Stansbury is the newest member of Congress to Mexico delivered for our people. Delivered for our communities. The Democrat won an open four way race to fill a vacant seat previously held by Interior Secretary Deb Holland. There was another deadly workplace shooting in California of firefighter near Los Angeles, killed a coworker and wounded another at their small fire station before setting his house on fire and apparently killing himself. This is AP News. An FBI agent is facing charges following a shooting in a subway train near Washington, D. C. FBI supervisory agent Eduardo Valdivia is charged with attempted second degree murder, first degree assault and reckless endangerment after wounding an unarmed man during an altercation in a metro trade car. Last December. A Montgomery County, Maryland grand jury indicting the veteran agent Who shot and wounded a man after a testy exchange and this from W. J. L. A state's attorney, John McCarthy, says Valdivia was not justified and pulling the trigger. We would not have brought the charge. If we thought that it was protected by law, well, devious lawyer says he acted in self defense after being threatened by the man. He's been released on his own recognizance. I'm Tim McGuire, Grammy nominated rapper The Baby was detained for questioning in a shooting that wounded two people in Miami and later released. Two suspects are now charged in the case. I'm a Donahue AP News. Good morning I'm Ed Donahue with an AP News Minute semiofficial news agencies are reporting the largest vessel in the Iranian navy has sunk in the Gulf of Oman after a fire broke out. Here's the AP is Charles Dillon, Desmond. The College is one of the few vessels in the Iranian navy capable of providing replenishment at sea. The other ships It could also live heavy cargo and serve as a launch point for helicopters. Iran's navy typically handles patrols in the Gulf of a man on the wider sees where the country's paramilitary Revolutionary Guard operates in the shallow waters off the straight off her moves on the Persian Gulf. The circumstances surrounding the sinking of the vessel are unclear. Democrat Melanie Stansbury won election to Congress for New Mexico. She won an open four way race to fill a vacant seat previously held by into Carrier Secretary Deb Holland stands Berries Victory shores up the Democratic majority in Congress ahead of the 2022 midterm elections. I'm Ed Donahue. Okay, Parachutes, Ready.

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"interior secretary deb holland" Discussed on The Patriot AM 1150

The Patriot AM 1150

01:58 min | 1 year ago

"interior secretary deb holland" Discussed on The Patriot AM 1150

"Rundown. Good morning. It's Wednesday to and second this is the Fox News run down. I'm Sue Guzman, Republicans and Democrats still trying to iron out their differences on infrastructure. Fox is Kevin Corke has more While the $928 billion GOP plan focuses almost exclusively on traditional infrastructure items, roads, bridges, airports, etcetera, Biden's $1.7 trillion effort expands the term infrastructure to cover virtually every aspect of the workers relationship to the economy, including measures to combat climate change, promote green energy, early childhood education, union worker protections and elder care programs, and the Democrat wants to pay for it all by raising tax. Exists. Wednesday's meeting comes as his party considers whether to pass the plan by using their own special budget rules. President five meets with Republican West Virginia Senator Shelley Moore Capito today to try to make the deal on infrastructure. They can see in Congress staying with the Democrats tightening their hold on the House more in the special election results from last night from boxes you'll NATO. When Interior Secretary Deb Holland went to work for the Biden administration, her house seat in New Mexico was left open in a special election to fill it. Ah, battle between Democrat Melanie Stansbury and Republican Mark Moore's Stansbury, aligning herself with current Democratic legislation on pandemic relief and infrastructure. Moore's painted her as a progressive with a radical agenda. In the end, Stansbury prevailed, telling supporters at a victory party. I am proud. Stand here tonight. As your next cars stands. Berries win means New Mexico will continue to see an all female delegation to the house till NATO Fox News. Another spacewalk set for today outside the international space station. Cosmonauts will spend at least six hours outside preparing the Russian side for new multipurpose module due to arrive next month. I'm Sue Guzman on the.

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"interior secretary deb holland" Discussed on AP News

AP News

02:51 min | 1 year ago

"interior secretary deb holland" Discussed on AP News

"Do need to finish these negotiations soon. Bite and may try to muscle support from Democrats alone, risky with such slim margins in the House and Senate, I'm Jackie Quinn. House Speaker Nancy Pelosi is ruling out a presidential commission to study the capital riot in January. Melanie Stansbury is the newest member of Congress. New Mexico delivered for our people. Delivered for our communities. The Democrat won an open four way race to fill a vacant seat previously held by Interior Secretary Deb Holland. There was another deadly workplace shooting in California of firefighter near Los Angeles, killed a coworker and wounded another at their small fire station before setting his house on fire and apparently killing himself. This is AP News. An FBI agent is facing charges following a shooting in a subway train near Washington, D. C. FBI supervisory agent Eduardo Valdivia is charged with attempted second degree murder, first degree assault and reckless endangerment after wound to get unarmed man during an altercation in a metro trade car. Last December, a Montgomery County, Maryland grand jury indicting the veteran agent Who shot and wounded a man after a testy exchange and this from W. J. L. A state's attorney, John McCarthy, says Valdivia was not justified and pulling the trigger. We would not have brought the charge if we thought that it was protected by law, well, devious lawyer says he acted in self defense after being threatened by the man he's been released on his own recognizance. I'm Tim McGuire, Grammy nominated rapper de Baby was detained for questioning in a shooting that wounded two people in Miami and later released. Two suspects are now charged in the case. I'm Ed Donahue. AP News Good Morning I'm Ed Donahue with an AP News Minute semiofficial news agencies are reporting the largest vessel in the Iranian navy has sunk in the Gulf of Oman after a fire broke out. Here's the AP is Charles Dillon, Desmond. The Conch is one of the few vessels in the Iranian navy. Capable of providing replenishment at sea, the other ships, it could also live heavy cargo and serve as a launch point for helicopters. Iran's navy typically handles patrols in the Gulf of a man on the wider sees Other countries. Paramilitary Revolutionary Guard operates in the shallow waters off the straight off her moves on the Persian Gulf. The circumstances surrounding the thinking of the vessel are unclear. Democrat Melanie Stansbury won election to Congress for New Mexico. She won an open four way race to fill a vacant seat previously held by Interior Secretary Deb Holland. Stands. Berries Victory shores up the Democratic majority in Congress ahead of the 2022 midterm elections. I'm Ed Donahue. Thank you for listening to the AP Radio Network. Did you know that you can.

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"interior secretary deb holland" Discussed on AP News

AP News

02:47 min | 1 year ago

"interior secretary deb holland" Discussed on AP News

"As the president said last week, we do need to finish these negotiations soon. Bite in May try to muscle support from Democrats alone, risky with such slim margins in the House and Senate. I'm Jackie Quinn. House Speaker Nancy Pelosi is ruling out a presidential commission to study the capital riot in January. Melanie Stansbury is the newest member of Congress. New Mexico delivered Delivered for our communities. The Democrat won an open four way race to fill a vacant seat previously held by Interior Secretary Deb Holland. There was another deadly workplace shooting in California. A firefighter near Los Angeles killed This is AP News. An FBI agent is facing charges following a shooting in a subway train near Washington, D. C. FBI supervisory agent Eduardo Valdivia is charged with attempted second degree murder, first degree assault and reckless endangerment after wound to get unarmed man during an altercation in a metro trade car. Last December, a Montgomery County, Maryland grand jury indicting the veteran agent Who shot and wounded a man after a testy exchange and this from W. J. L. A state's attorney, John McCarthy, says Valdivia was not justified and pulling the trigger. We would not have brought the charge if we thought that it was protected by law, well, devious lawyer says he acted in self defense after being threatened by the man he's been released on his own recognizance. I'm Tim McGuire, Grammy nominated rapper de Baby was detained for questioning in a shooting that wounded two people in Miami and later released. Two suspects are now charged in the case. I'm Ed Donahue. AP News Good Morning I'm Ed Donahue with an AP News Minute semiofficial news agencies are reporting the largest vessel in the Iranian navy has sunk in the Gulf of Oman after a fire broke out. Here's the AP is Charles Dillon, Desmond. The Conch is one of the few vessels in the Iranian navy. Capable of providing replenishment at sea, the other ships, it could also live heavy cargo and serve as a launch point for helicopters. Iran's navy typically handles patrols in the Gulf of a man on the wider sees Other countries. Paramilitary Revolutionary Guard operates in the shallow waters off the straight off her moves on the Persian Gulf. The circumstances surrounding the sinking of the vessel are unclear. Democrat Melanie Stansbury won election to Congress for New Mexico. She won an open four way race to fill a vacant seat previously held by Interior Secretary Deb Holland. Stands Marie's victory shores up the Democratic majority in Congress ahead of the 2022 midterm elections. I'm Ed Donahue..

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Democrat Melanie Stansbury Wins Special House Election in New Mexico

Memphis Morning News

00:57 sec | 1 year ago

Democrat Melanie Stansbury Wins Special House Election in New Mexico

"Only Stansbury wins a special election in New Mexico for the seat vacated by a member of President Biden's Cabinet. Here's Fox is Joe NATO. When Interior Secretary Deb Holland went to work for the Biden administration, her house seat in New Mexico was left open in a special election to fill it. Ah, battle between Democrat Melanie Stansbury and Republican Mark Moore's Stansbury, aligning herself with his current Democratic legislation on pandemic relief and infrastructure. Moore's painted her as a progressive with a radical agenda. In the end, Stansbury prevailed, telling supporters at a victory party. I'm proud Stand here tonight. As your next cars stands. Berries win means New Mexico will continue to see an all female delegation to the house. And it means Democrats will have a nine seed advantage there to 22 to

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"interior secretary deb holland" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

02:48 min | 1 year ago

"interior secretary deb holland" Discussed on KCRW

"With the L. A Fire department says the blaze near Topanga State Park, maybe a case of arson. One individual was detained and released way now have a second individual that has been detained and is being questioned right now, but the actual cause of the fire remains under active investigation. The fire broke out on Friday night yesterday. Cool, moist weather early in the day gave firefighters a break, but by afternoon, the flames had started moving again. L A F D spokesman David Ortiz told Katie L. A. The fires burning in steep terrain with explosive fire potential. Unfortunately, the area where the fire has burned has been impacted by drought, and some of the areas haven't burned in 50 to 60 years, So there's quite a bit of dried vegetation that's died off. Crews have been relying primarily on water drops to fight the fire because the train is so challenging. The evacuation area includes homes Easter Topanga Canyon Boulevard between the community House and View Ridge Road. As well as homes north of Antron to south of Oakwood Drive in east of the Henry Ridge Motorway Topanga Elementary Charter School be closed today because of air quality concerns. This could be just the start. Federal officials say California and the rest of the Western U. S. Is in for a potentially catastrophic fire season this year because of unusually dry conditions. This new warning is similar to what state officials have said. And it comes as most of California is gripped by what the U. S Drought monitor is calling extreme or exceptional drought. KCRW's Darryl Sentiment has more Interior Secretary Deb Holland and Agriculture Secretary Tom Vilsack are telling the U. S Forest service and firefighting agencies to brace themselves for another challenging year. This comes amid what scientists described as one of the West deepest routes and more than 1200 years. They've announced the plan to stamp out wildfires as quickly as possible by aggressively responding to small fires before they can turn into mega blazes. Similar approach was taken last year. Driven by the pandemic, However, 2020 still became the worst fire your own record in California, and it was also bad elsewhere in the West. Between the Forest Service and the Interior Department. The federal government is expected to deploy about 15,000 firefighters across the Western U. S. This year. Overall, more than 10 million acres burned across the US West last year. And it doesn't firefighting personnel were killed, as well as 45 civilians in California and in Oregon. Support for NPR comes from ex chair maker of the ex to home office chair with dynamic variable lumbar support and 10 ergonomic adjustments. Donating Gladstone Research Institute to Fight Cove in 19 at X Chair. Don Kam.

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"interior secretary deb holland" Discussed on 90.3 KAZU

90.3 KAZU

04:16 min | 1 year ago

"interior secretary deb holland" Discussed on 90.3 KAZU

"Trips for people to and from vaccination sites bind in a presentation to the nation's governors, hoping to share some best practices were getting people to get vaccinated if they haven't already done so, the White House says. Among other things, the administration intends to provide new funding for community outreach efforts. Around 730,000 Americans and they are getting vaccinated. That's down from more than 1.9 million per day just a month ago. Georgia man accused of killing eight people in the March shootings at several Atlanta spas has been indicted on murder charges. The Metro Atlanta district attorney also filed notice she's seeking the death penalty against 22 Road, Robert Aaron long Also face hate crimes charges. Six of the victims were women of Asian descent member Station W. A. B in Atlanta, Lily Oppenheimer reports. The announcement comes after years of delay under the Trump administration and signals the Baton Administration's commitment to massively expanding renewable. Long initially told investigators his motive was lashing out at businesses he viewed as a temptation for his sex addiction. That statement sparked outrage across Atlanta's Asian American and Pacific Islander community. In a court filing, Fulton District Attorney Funny, Willis said long targeted the last four victims, all of whom where women of Asian descent because of their race. National origin, sex and gender. The indictment only covers the killings in Atlanta, Long has already been charged with murder in North Atlanta's Cherokee County, where four other people were killed at another spa, police say Long drove about 30 miles between the attacks. This is NPR. Authorities say a suspect shot and killed two central taxes Sheriff's deputies and wounded a city employees. They were responding to a complaint about a dog at a home there, Sergeant Justin Baker of the Texas Department of Public Safety, saying today. The suspect was taken into custody after last night's attack in the city of Eden. That's about 160 miles west of Austin. Baker says a conflict quickly escalated, leading to gunfire. U S Interior Department is approved the country's first large scale offshore wind farm off the coast of Massachusetts, Miriam Washer of member Station W. B. You are reports that will provide electricity for 400,000 homes. The announcement comes after years of delay under the Trump administration and signals the Baton administration's commitment to massively expanding renewable energy. Interior Secretary Deb Holland said. It also means jobs. Offshore wind is the critical component of the president's priorities, and it's an important opportunity for growth in the United States. We can address our climate crisis and build a sustainable economy At the same time, while many more offshore wind projects are in the works right now, the U. S only has seven turbines in the water off the East Coast. Far behind Europe, which has 5000 for NPR News, A Miriam Wasser Posen binds expected to nominate former Chicago Mayor Rahm Emanuel to service the U. S ambassador to Japan. That's according to a person familiar with the president's decision, who spoke on condition of anonymity. Annuals, a former three term congressman who served his former president, Obama's first White House chief of staff, was also senior adviser in the Clinton administration. The Dow dropped 473 points today. I'm Jack Spear, NPR news. Support for NPR comes from NPR stations. Other contributors include Metropolitan publisher of Senator Elizabeth Warren's persist Ah personal book and plea for political transformation now available wherever books are sold. And the listeners who support this NPR station. Good afternoon. It's for Oh, six year listening to all things Considered on 90.3. K c u. I'm Lisa Ledeen. It's been six months since Ethiopia descended into civil war. The conflict is only spiral since then pulling neighboring Eritrea. That story ahead on all things considered. considered from NPR news. I'm Elsa Chang in Los Angeles. And I'm Mary Louise Kelly in Washington. Where if you had happened to wander by my house around this time.

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"interior secretary deb holland" Discussed on NEWS 88.7

NEWS 88.7

04:27 min | 1 year ago

"interior secretary deb holland" Discussed on NEWS 88.7

"Of 6.4% from January to March, driven in part by ramped up vaccinations, more pandemic stimulus, dollars and stronger consumer spending. NPR's Scott Horsley reports. Consumer spending is the biggest driver. Of course, it's always a huge part of the U. S economy. And a lot of spending was off limits during the winter months when the pandemic was in full swing. Since then, In the last three months, the public health picture has improved, and that's leading to stronger economic growth. NPR's Scott Horsley reporting. New York City's mayor says the city is on track to fully reopened by July 1st, NPR's Hanzee Lo Wang reports. Local officials say the rate of vaccinations will soon allow the city to relax many restrictions put in place because of the Corona virus pandemic. Speaking on MSNBC, New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio says what was once the epicenter of the pandemic will be ready for stores, offices and other parts of the Big Apple to re open by July. 1st at quote, full strength. I want people to be smart about the rules we've learned, you know, use the masks indoors when it makes sense Hat wash your hands all the basics. But what we can say with assurance now is we're giving covert no room to run anymore. Around one at a three New Yorkers age 18 and older is fully vaccinated as of Wednesday. Mary says he expects many restaurants be ready for indoor dining by the start of July, but Broadway theaters may have to take until September. Angela Wang NPR NEWS New York The White House is counting the diversity of the bite administration. NPR's Franco Ordonez reports. More than half of the roughly 1500 appointees thus far are women. And nearly one third naturalized citizens were first generation Americans. President Biden Promises administration would better reflect the makeup of the country. The White House says it's following through on his 1/100 Day in office. Biden's office of Presidential Personnel issued a report on diversity that showed nearly 20% of the appointees were African American. 15% were Latino or Hispanic and another 15%, where Asian American or Pacific Islander. White House noted. Many of the administration's top officials broke new ground. They include Lloyd Austin as the first black secretary of defense. Interior Secretary Deb Holland has the first native American to ever serve as a Cabinet secretary and people to judges the first openly gay man confirmed to a Cabinet position. Franco or Dona is NPR NEWS Washington President Biden's announced more judicial nominees today that brings to 14 the total number of people he has nominated for judgeships. At last check on Wall Street, The Dow Jones industrial average is up 129 points. At 33,950. This is NPR news. Lie from the tanks. This newsroom. I'm Sasha Cordner. State senators are today considering a bill that would allow tank since they carry a handgun in public without a license. While those backing legislation say this is a matter of restoring constitutional rights opponents worry the measure could pose a threat to public safety and law enforcement. Gallon Democrat one chewing on a host. They're raised that concern during committee hearing this morning what you're doing, and that's up situation place an officer in danger because under this bill, anybody can quite frankly have a gun and carried out in public in the holster. Texas House has already approved the legislation if it passes the state Senate Governor Greg Abbott has said he will sign the bill into law for Progressive District attorneys in Texas are urging the Republican governor not to sign GOP bank bills, creating new voting restrictions if they make it to his desk. Ideas from five of the state's largest county sent a letter to Greg Abbott today They raised concerns about a number of measures state lawmakers are considering, including once I create new criminal penalties related of voting. Joey Gonzales is the Bear County district attorney. And I do believe that these are voter suppression bills targeted and trying to make voting more difficult instead of easier. The other district attorneys who signed on to the letter R from Dallas, Travis New Aces and for paying counties in the number of tanks in C gonna play merely for the first time fell again last week. That's according to data, the U. S Labor Department released today. Nearly 26,700 people filed initial jobless claims during the week ending April 24th that's down 42% from the week.

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"interior secretary deb holland" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

03:56 min | 1 year ago

"interior secretary deb holland" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Ends more pandemic stimulus dollars and stronger consumer spending as NPR's Scott Horsley reports. Consumer spending is the biggest driver. Of course, it's always a huge part of the U. S economy. And a lot of spending was off limits during the winter months when the pandemic was in full swing. Since then, In the last three months, the public health picture has improved, and that's leading to stronger economic growth. NPR's Scott Horsley reporting. New York City's mayor says the city is on track to fully reopened by July 1st MPR's Hanzee Lo Wang reports. Local officials say the rate of vaccinations will soon allow the city to relax many restrictions put in place because of the Corona virus pandemic. Speaking on MSNBC, New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio says what was once the epicenter of the pandemic will be ready for stores, offices and other parts of the Big Apple to re open by July. 1st at quote, full strength. I want people to be smart about the rules we've learned, you know, use the masks indoors when it makes sense Hat wash your hands all the basics. But what we can say with assurance now is we're giving covert no room to run anymore. Around one at a three New Yorkers age 18 and older is fully vaccinated as of Wednesday. Mary says he expects many restaurants be ready for indoor dining by the start of July, but Broadway theaters may have to take until September. Angela Wang NPR NEWS New York The White House is counting the diversity of the bite administration. NPR's Franco Ordonez reports. More than half of the roughly 1500 appointees thus far are women. And nearly one third naturalized citizens were first generation Americans. President Biden Promises administration would better reflect the makeup of the country. The White House says it's following through on his 1/100 Day in office. Biden's office of Presidential Personnel issued a report on diversity that showed nearly 20% of the appointees were African American. 15% were Latino or Hispanic and another 15%, where Asian American or Pacific Islander. White House noted. Many of the administration's top officials broke new ground. They include Lloyd Austin as the first black secretary of defense. Interior Secretary Deb Holland has the first native Americans ever service a Cabinet secretary and people to judges, the first openly gay man confirmed to a Cabinet position. Franco or Dona is NPR NEWS Washington President Biden's announced more judicial nominees today that brings to 14 the total number of people he has nominated for judgeships. At last check on Wall Street, The Dow Jones industrial average is up 129 points. At 33,950. This is NPR Knees lie from KQED News. I'm Brian what the city of Alameda is facing national scrutiny over the death of a man last week in police custody. Body camera video, released this week shows officers pinning Mario Gonzalez down during a five minute struggle before he passed out. And later died. A warning parts of this next report may be disturbing. Here's KQED s Alex Emslie Police received calls on April 19th reporting Gonzalez acting strangely, when he didn't provide identification officers, Eric McKinney and James Fisher grabbed his arms and then wrestled him to the ground. What is your purpose? That was never stated. Florida Gulf Coast University professor David Thomas was a police tactical trainer for 20 years. He reviewed the body camera video for KQED, and I don't understand why they felt compelled to engage in to the point where they had to handcuff him and control. Because it makes no sense. Regardless, Thomas says. Once Gonzales was handcuffed, he should have immediately been moved to a sitting position. Instead, the officers keep him face down with one pressing on his back and shoulder. The officers say Gonzalez is resisting them. He never appears violent. After almost five minutes of struggling and officer asks if they should move him.

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New state unemployment claims rose again last week

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00:36 sec | 1 year ago

New state unemployment claims rose again last week

"Shows the number of Americans applying for jobless aid rose to 744,000. While the numbers have declined sharply since the Corona virus hit more than a year ago, they remain high by historical standards. Economists monitor the number for signs of where the job market may be headed. But it's become a less reliable barometer during the pandemic, with states struggling to clear backlogs of claims and suspected fraud, clouding the picture. Still, the numbers suggest many employers continue to cut back even as the economy added 916,000 jobs overall last month. And Thomas Washington Interior Secretary Deb Holland will be

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Biden Pressured to Restore Boundaries of National Monuments in Utah

WBUR Programming

02:05 min | 1 year ago

Biden Pressured to Restore Boundaries of National Monuments in Utah

"Confirmed interior secretary Deb Holland is traveling to Utah shall meet with tribes and elected leaders, and the focus is on the future of the Bears, Ears and Grand Staircase Escalante national monuments. Former President Donald Trump dramatically slashed protections for these monuments. President Biden issued an executive order to review that move and his administration is under pressure to restore their boundaries. NPR's Kirk Siegler reports. Former congresswoman from New Mexico. Deb Holland is the nation's first indigenous interior secretary. And in the four Corners region, there's a lot of anticipation among tribes about her official visit to the Bears Ears National Monument. When President Obama designated it giving it enhanced federal land protections. He cited its cultural significance. Land is rich with cliff dwellings, pictographs as well, A sacred camping and burial grounds. This is our chapel. This is our place of worship. Had Gonzalez Rogers runs the Bears ears inter tribal coalition representing five sovereign tribes. Ah, Holland alone doesn't have the authority to restore the monument's original boundaries. But he sees her visit as symbolic in FAC in the first kind of the world. I think it's less than 30 days of Secretary Holland on being in office, she has had more engagement more action than the previous 1300 days. When former president Trump downsized bears ears by 85% and cut the nearby Grand Staircase Escalante and nearly half tribe sued that court battle is on hold after President Biden's latest executive order calling for another review. Utah Republicans, including Governor Spencer Cox, are pressuring the administration to put a bill through Congress. Can we give on some issues? Can they give on some issues? Can we Can we come to a peaceful resolution of this? So we're not fighting this battle every year for 20 years, 25 years IN 1996, President Clinton designated the Grand Staircase Monument without consulting Utah leaders summer still fuming about what they saw as a loss and ranching and mining opportunities.

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US report: Bald eagle populations soar in lower 48 states

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00:51 sec | 1 year ago

US report: Bald eagle populations soar in lower 48 states

"Once near extinction. The bald eagle is seen as a conservation success. Story LESSON 60 Years ago, there were only 417 nesting pairs of the national symbol bald eagle in the lower 48 states. Now there are more than 316,000 of the birds, including 71,400 nesting pairs. The comeback follows banning the pesticide DDT and placing the eagle of the endangered species list. Since then, the population grew to the point where the bald eagle was removed from the list of threatened or endangered species in 2007. And the numbers have quadrupled since 2009 Interior Secretary Deb Holland hails the success of the bald eagle as the Biden administration takes steps to review a number of environmental actions taken by the previous Trump administration. Tim McGuire,

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