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City near the scene of school shooting revokes gun show deal

AP News Radio

00:44 sec | Last week

City near the scene of school shooting revokes gun show deal

"I'm Mike Gracia reporting the Texas City that was the scene of a school shooting in May revokes a gun show deal The ivaldi Texas City council has voted to rescind a deal that would have allowed a gun group to hold a fundraising event in a city owned hall Ivaldi is where 19 children and two teachers were fatally shot at rob elementary school on May 24th The city council voted four one Monday to rescind a rental agreement with Friends of the NRA an angry crowd had denounced the event which would have included the raffle of a semi-automatic rifle similar to the one used by the 18 year old gunman in the school attack The San Antonio express reported the group has held similar events in the hall for about 15 years I'm Mike Gracia

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"ivaldi" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

02:01 min | 2 weeks ago

"ivaldi" Discussed on KOMO

"For Disease Control and Prevention. K and WM, Seattle, K nwn FM oakville. And KPLC HD two Seattle. From ABC News, I'm Dave packer, terror in the terminal at Dallas love field airport. Police rushing to the scene earlier today in response to a shooting, a woman coming out of a bathroom, firing at the ceiling. The suspect wounded by an officer before anyone else got hurt, ABC's Maria barrel at the sea. Lockdown has been lifted and flights have resumed, but this is still a very active investigation. Right now we do understand there is no clear motive that has been released, but Dallas PD is working with the FBI. They are talking to witnesses and going over video. Surveillance video and social media video as well. A fast moving wildfire fueled by drought conditions in extreme heat forcing thousands to evacuate their homes in your California's Yosemite National Park. Firefighters have a 10% contained ABC's Alex perche in mariposa county. All of those trees, all of that dry brush surround this region that is fuel for this fire and they say that one of the big priorities is going to be building a wall cutting off that fuel to keep this fire from growing even bigger. In Canada, a historic apology from the Pope he said he was deeply sorry for the Catholic Church's role in abuses of Canada's former residential schools were indigenous children were sent to separate them from their cultures, and Texas are returning says Mandy Gutierrez principle of rob elementary was suspended with pay today, district officials declined to discuss the suspension or what it means, and the ivaldi school board voting unanimously tonight to move the first day of school back from August 15th to September 6th to send a resolution to governor Greg Abbott also, asking him to call a special legislative session to raise the legal age to buy an automatic and assault style rifle from 18 to 21 years old. Superintendent Hal Harald put forward that request. I'm going to recommend you this board that we signed this resolution encouraging governor Greg Abbott to

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Touched by Uvalde, Bo Jackson donated to pay for funerals

AP News Radio

00:30 sec | 3 weeks ago

Touched by Uvalde, Bo Jackson donated to pay for funerals

"Former two sport all star and Heisman Trophy winner Bo Jackson has helped pay for the funerals of the 19 children and two teachers killed in the ivaldi school massacre in May Jackson revealed himself as one of the previously anonymous donors who covered costs telling the AP he felt compelled to support the victim's families Jackson said he felt a personal connection to the city he's driven through many times Ivaldi has been a regular stop for him for a bite to eat or groceries before a long drive farther west to visit a friend's ranch on hunting trips I'm Dave

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"ivaldi" Discussed on WABE 90.1 FM

WABE 90.1 FM

01:58 min | 3 weeks ago

"ivaldi" Discussed on WABE 90.1 FM

"Three AI C three AI software enables organizations to use artificial intelligence at enterprise scale, solving previously unsolvable problems. C three AI is enterprise AI. This is all things considered from NPR news. I'm one of summers. And I'm Ari Shapiro in the almost two months since the shooting at rob elementary school in uvalde, Texas, calls have grown for the school districts police chief to be fired. It took law enforcement more than an hour to confront the gunman who was holed up in a fourth grade classroom. He killed 21 people, including 19 students. Today, the superintendent of the school district said he wants that police chief to be fired. To bring us up to date, we're joined by Camille Phillips of Texas public radio hike Emile. Hello. Tell us more about police chief Pete orondo. Well, he's the chief of the ivaldi school districts tiny 5 officer police force. Remember here in Texas, mini school districts employ their own police department that is separate from the city's force. Arana was singled out as intimate commander during the shooting early on by state officials. The one who made the decision to wait 73 minutes to breach the classroom where the gunman was hold up. State officials called the law enforcement response to the shooting in abject failure. He said virtually nothing publicly since it's all began. He did testify in private before a state legislative committee, investigating what happened. And he's also resigned his post as an elected city council member. He took office literally days after the shooting, but recently under pressure, he stepped down. So why did it take so long for the superintendent to recommend his termination as police chief? That's a good question. You've already residents, including the families of the victims, have been calling for termination for weeks at a heated school board forum, this past Monday, those demands were laid out over and over. Brett crossed the uncle of huzzah Garcia even gave them a deadline. It was ziya is one of the 19 children killed in the

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Uvalde schools look to fire Chief Arredondo after shooting

AP News Radio

01:01 min | 3 weeks ago

Uvalde schools look to fire Chief Arredondo after shooting

"The ivaldi Texas school districts top official was recommending the district police chief be fired The uvalde school board will consider firing police chief Pete ere dando at a special meeting Saturday State officials have accused aerodyne to making several critical mistakes During the May 24th mass shooting at rob elementary 19 students and two teachers were killed At a school board meeting Monday Michael Brown the father of a student who survived asked superintendent hell hero about the police response Do you think our officers that were in the schoolroom that day did their job yes or no No not what I saw So if they didn't do their job why are we still employing them The audio courtesy of KSA TV If fired arradondo would become the first officer ousted from his job following the deadliest Texas school shooting in history I'm Mike

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"ivaldi" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

06:22 min | 3 weeks ago

"ivaldi" Discussed on KOMO

"97 7. The Texas Department of Public Safety announced today it will examine the actions of its own police during a slow yet chaotic response to the ivaldi elementary school massacre. This comes as a new report released by the Texas House condemns wide failures by all levels of law enforcement. Alisa jaffe gets the latest on that from ABC's Derek Dennis. The official report on the ivaldi Texas school shooting spreads around the blame, but it doesn't mention the laws in Texas, Derek, that allow an 18 year old to legally buy an assault weapon and I know the state's largest teachers union wants to that age limit to be raised to 21. The governor making a lot of promises to improve school safety, but it doesn't sound like any of this is soothing. The frustrations and the heartache of all those relatives who lost loved ones in that shooting. Yeah, not soothing and certainly not immediate in terms of solutions and answers and action that parents and families of victims have just been clamoring for. But this investigative report that was released yesterday is damning for sure against law enforcement saying they were systemic failures. A lack of leadership on seeing even as we see the chilling police body cam video of officers holding back, standing in the hallway, not directly storming into the classroom. For more than 70 minutes as children and teachers died, 19 students, two teachers killed in that Yuval di school Texas massacre. What are the details that they're saying about how police handled this? Well, they say they didn't handle it very well at all. They're saying that there was some talk by one of the leading officers on scene that the priority was on giving students out of other classrooms rather than storming the classroom directly where the gunman was holed up. There was a miscommunication that the gunman was barricaded in the classroom when in actuality the door to the classroom had a broken lock and then could have gone in very easily, but precious time was wasted trying to get the right keys to the door, trying to negotiate with the gunman until ultimately after more than 70 minutes officers stormed in. The district attorney and Yuval di has not ruled out criminal charges against some of these police officers. That's absolutely right. I mean, that would really be what parents and families of victims want to see happen, but this investigative report goes in that direction for sure. We're really pointing the blame in officers and law enforcement who responded some 376 officers were on scene that day and still it took so long for them to storm the classroom and take out the suspect. So the report makes clear that law enforcement in their response or lack thereof or blame. While investigators are tracing the history of the 18 year old suspect, Derek, they're also looking into what the family did or didn't do because they knew that he'd been bullied that he had a stutter that might have contributed to that. And also it sounds like they're throwing some shade at the school district too because they were aware that he was at risk. Yeah, and some of the most damning details in the report about the gun in 18 year old Salvador Ramos was that his fellow classmates called him the school shooter. I had nicknamed him that because of his demeanor because of his fascination they observed with mass shootings. All of that playing into the fact that nothing was done beforehand to try and either get him counseling or get him away from guns and he was able as she said to purchase a legal gun despite his background and you mentioned the bullying that was certainly a part of it and it came out in the report that he was a student at uvalde elementary school when he was younger and had taken classes in that very classroom where the massacre was carried out. And investigators are also saying that he sought notoriety. Oh, sure. He made statements that or reported on his social media and corroborated by those who knew him that he wanted to be known that his name would be all over the news at one point and that the day of the shooting would be a day to remember. And this is all well before the shooting was carried out. ELISA jaffe with ABC's Derek Dennis. Your stock charts dot com money update on northwest news radio. Stocks finished in the red after sellers moved into the market around mid session, the S&P 500 fell 32 points to down dust duels lost 215 and the NASDAQ composite retreated 92. It's a very good news for Boeing confirmation from Delta Air Lines that the carrier agreed to buy 100 Boeing 7 37 max ten planes. With options to purchase another 30, it is delta's first, major order with Boeing in 11 years. Boeing shares ended virtually flat today, but delta leaped three and a half percent. When prospective home buyers use the website Redfin, it's very often to look at moving from one metro area to another. In the second quarter, that was the case with about a third of the site's users, pre-pandemic, the figure was 26%. Seattle based Redfin says popular migration destinations last quarter included Miami Tampa, Phoenix Sacramento and Las Vegas. That's your money now. I'm Jim chesko, northwest news radio. When we from today is the deadline to register to vote in the August 2nd primary. Carlin Johnson has a close up on some of the candidates vying for Secretary of State. Steve Hobbs was appointed to the Secretary of State position after Kim Wyman left to take a position with the Biden administration. He has to win though to serve out the remaining two years of the term. He's got plenty of competition, 5 of the 8 candidates took part in a recent forum sponsored by the league of women voters, including Julie Anderson, a certified election administrator, and pierce county auditor. I'm running as a nonpartisan because I believe deeply that political parties do not belong in the Secretary of State's office. Republican bob haglund is a software developer, he expresses concerns about vote by mail. We actually have no way to prove who votes who marks their ballots. So it's something that's always going to be an issue with a mail in system. Also running Republican state senator Keith Wagner, a retired navy commander who has endorsements from former secretaries of state Sam Reed and Ralph Monroe. Tambourine barelli calls herself an America first Republican, and candidate Curtis engel prefers the union party. Details on the remaining candidates this time, next hour. Carlene Johnson, northwest

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Who Was the Uvalde Shooter?

Dennis Prager Podcasts

00:57 sec | 3 weeks ago

Who Was the Uvalde Shooter?

"Throughout the fourth grade, Ramos was bullied over his stutter, short haircut and clothing, which he often wore the same every day the report revealed. And the tale of the time when a girl tied his shoelaces together, causing him to fall on his face. So the reason that I'm reading this to you has nothing to do with the ivaldi police. This part. The cruelty of children to other children is known to everybody except the well educated who have bought the dangerous idiocy of human nature is basically good. How do you explain that bullying and the cruelty that children engage in against other children? Is that what they were taught at home?

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Nearly 400 officers were in Uvalde before the gunman was killed, a new report finds

AP News Radio

00:48 sec | 3 weeks ago

Nearly 400 officers were in Uvalde before the gunman was killed, a new report finds

"A new report says nearly 400 law enforcement officers rushed to the mass shooting that left 19 students in two teachers dead at a uvalde Texas elementary school I'm Ben Thomas with the latest The nearly 80 page report written by an investigative committee from the Texas House of Representatives and released a family members says systemic failures created a chaotic scene that lasted more than an hour before the gunman was finally confronted and killed It's the first report to criticize state and federal law enforcement not just local authorities in ivaldi for the bewildering inaction of officers at rob elementary school The Texas tribune reports 376 officers were massed at the school the overwhelming majority federal and state including nearly 150 U.S. border patrol agents in

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"ivaldi" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:35 min | Last month

"ivaldi" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"In Texas, activists are marching today to remember the victims of the deadly massacre in ivaldi and advocate for gun safety. Sophia Torres is 19, and she's attending the rally, and she joins me now to move Aldi. Sophia, thank you so much for being here. Of course, of course. Sophia, how do you feel like the city has changed in the month and a half or so since this awful attack? So the city is definitely divided. You feel the anger towards the city towards the DPS towards the police. There's Facebook and there's a lot of comments on there that are just they're very upset with the police since there hasn't been much transparency and it's been pretty rough, I think. There's been a huge divide and at first I think the community was very welcoming and it was very united and I think since then I think that's gone. And it sounds like you kind of want to see this event that you guys are attending and you're sign making event today is kind of pushing towards a more united city. Is that right? Yes. I think that's the goal here to remind each other that we're here for each other and we're not against each other. We all want the same thing. We all want change. We don't want some sort of justice. Tell me a little bit about that change, I guess, in a perfect world. What would you like to see come out of events like this? Quite honestly, I just hope this never happens to another community and other family. None of that I think in a perfect world that changed that we would like to see. When stuff like this doesn't have to happen anymore. Was gun violence a part of your life at all before this attack? Or is this the first time you're kind of coming into contact with it? No, this is definitely the first time I've ever came into contact with it. My family and I never really had anything to do with guns really and the definitely what happened here forced me to open my eyes and to really research it and learn about. How has it changed you? How's the attack changed you as a person? I think it's made me realize that there's so many things. There are so many issues that I think just get swept under the rug or are usually just like people forget about. And that's what I don't want to happen. I don't want you value just to be another statistic. I don't want it to just be another sad little place. I want there to be a change. I want people to remember you valid and think of all the activism and think about the families that fought for that change. Do you plan to do more of this sort of activism going forward? Yes, we definitely do. I think this is the first step forward in that. And I think

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Report says Uvalde police had gunman in sights before he entered school — but didn't pull trigger

AP News Radio

00:39 sec | Last month

Report says Uvalde police had gunman in sights before he entered school — but didn't pull trigger

"I'm Mike Gracia reporting a new report details missed chances to stop the ivaldi shooting A report released Wednesday on the ivaldi Texas elementary school massacre reveals the shooter could have been stopped before he entered rob elementary school The report published by Texas state university's advanced law enforcement rapid response training program says a police officer armed with a rifle watched the gunman walk toward the school But when the officer asked a supervisor for permission to open fire the supervisor either did not hear or responded too late The review also says some of the 21 victims inside the school including 19 children possibly could

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"ivaldi" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

02:00 min | Last month

"ivaldi" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"This holiday weekend. We're seeing the confluence of a lot of things and you can really call this the perfect storm. Association president Sarah Nelson explained that the combination of storms on the east coast, the COVID pandemic and staffing shortages are all to blame for high numbers of delays and cancellations ahead of the fourth. However, she explained that some hiccups were due to protecting passenger safety. Nelson also praised airlines for cutting capacity in an effort to not over promise and under deliver to travelers. Embattled school police chief Pete Armando was resigning from the uvalde city council. He was sworn in on May 31st, which was less than a week after the massacre at rob elementary school that claimed 21 lives in a statement to the ivaldi leader news hernando said his stepping down was the best decision. He's faced heavy criticism over the delayed police response to the shooting, especially after saying he didn't believe he was in charge despite being the senior officer on the scene. He was also placed on administrative leave for his role as police chief on June 22nd. I'm Chris Karachi. And I'm susannah Palmer in the Bloomberg newsroom. A Shanghai shutdown was hard on Tesla. Tesla delivered fewer cars worldwide than analysts forecast 254,695 cars versus the 261,181 forecast in a Bloomberg survey. This as a COVID related shutdown at its factory in Shanghai affected production. In a statement Tesla said it faces ongoing supply chain challenges and factory shutdowns beyond our control. Governor Kathy hochul has signed a sweeping overhaul of the seat's gun rules, the bill hooker signed on Friday severely limits where guns can be carried and requires background checks to buy ammunition. The legislation will require creation of a statewide license and record database for ammunition sales and allows concealed carry permits to be issued only after a firearm safety course and in person live fire range training. It won't take effect until September. It's what we're trying to do is protect the legitimate rights of private property owners by telling them they don't have to have someone walk into their establishment with a concealed weapon.

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"ivaldi" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

01:45 min | Last month

"ivaldi" Discussed on WTOP

"She's handed a phone and. Vice president? Yes. In the middle of a press conference. No way they're going to believe that I didn't plan this. Then responding to shouts from the audience. Do you mind if I put you on speaker? Okay. You're a speaker to the D.C. press four. Harris called with congratulations. Thank you for your leadership and the sacrifices that come along with that. And please go on and continue to enjoy your press conference. Okay. Thank you. I'm 11th street northwest, Chrissy king, WTO P news. About 10,000 voters in prince George's county will be receiving new sample ballots for next month's primary elections. The county board of election says ballots with incorrect candidate information went out. There had already been heightened concern about possible confusion over the delayed primary and redrawn districts, the proofing process missed the error, corrected ballots will be mailed to those who received the incorrect ones, this issue does affect sample ballots only, not actual mail in early voting or election day ballots. Up ahead, action has been taken against the ivaldi school district police chief. It's 9 43. Here's Bo Hauser, the chief information security officer of the Census Bureau on the discussion, adopting a zero trust security model, sponsored by ACTA. Agencies often view the identity as just the person. But you got to have the person identity combined with the device identity and the associated confidence level of that device. And then that confidence level feeds into what you allow the user to do in your network. President Biden's executive order on cybersecurity is a solid step toward creating a resilient cyber infrastructure for our nation

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"ivaldi" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

01:39 min | Last month

"ivaldi" Discussed on WTOP

"They just tweeted out a photo set rise and shine. There's no shine. Well, it'd be such a beautiful morning. I think it's a file photo because apparently in Potomac, it's a beautiful sunrise. Yeah. Dave Johnson, WTP sport. The top stories we're following for you on WTO P a lot of residents and businesses in Northern Virginia, especially fuck here county, are beginning the day with no electricity after severe storms move through the area yesterday. Domain energy says it may need more than a day to restore power to many of the affected communities. The January 6th committee today will hear from former Justice Department officials about the relentless pressure they got from Donald Trump to help him overturn the results of the presidential election. The hearing begins at 3 o'clock. The chief of the ivaldi school district's police department has been put on leave as the investigation continues into the mass shooting at rob elementary school that claimed 21 lives. Peter redondo has been criticized for waiting more than an hour to give his officers the order to storm the classroom where the shootings took place. Stay with more and these stories in just minutes. The U.S. Supreme Court has added a day this week to release opinions. In addition to today, the high court will issue opinions tomorrow. The court has yet to release opinions on more than a dozen cases in particular, one on the Mississippi law that bans abortions after 15 weeks of pregnancy. That's the case where a draft opinion was leaked showing that the court had the votes to overturn the 1973 roe versus wade decision that established the right to an abortion. It's 6 18. Back over to the traffic center Jack Taylor. All right, let's take it easy out there as you head out. We had to have some storm damage, other areas dealing with some high standing water, and storms that are rolling

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Uvalde school police chief on leave after mass shooting

AP News Radio

00:50 sec | Last month

Uvalde school police chief on leave after mass shooting

"I'm Mike Gracia reporting the ivaldi school police chief has been placed on leave Pete arradondo the police chief for the ivaldi Texas school district was put on administrative leave Wednesday amid criticism of his decision to hold the police officers outside rob elementary school as 19 students and two teachers were gunned down The action came one day after colonel Steve McCrory the director of the Texas Department of Public Safety delivered a blistering assessment of our actions before a state Senate hearing The only thing stopping a hallway of dedicated officers from any room one 11 and one 12 was Janssen commander Macron testified that armed law enforcement officers were on the scene three minutes after the gunman entered the school on May 24th but on our orders they waited for more than an hour in a school hallway I'm Mike

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Senators reach bipartisan compromise on gun violence bill

AP News Radio

01:00 min | Last month

Senators reach bipartisan compromise on gun violence bill

"I'm Mike Gracia reporting senators reach a bipartisan compromise on a gun violence Bill Moving quickly after agreement was announced the bipartisan gun violence Bill cleared an initial procedural hurdle in the Senate Tuesday night 14 Republicans joined all 48 Democrats and two independents in support of the measure The package is a response to mass shootings at a Buffalo New York supermarket last month and that rob elementary school in ivaldi Texas days later Senator John cornyn of Texas led Republicans in the legislative talks Texans are disgusted and outraged by what happened at rob elementary And they want Congress to take appropriate action to prevent the loss of more innocent lives The legislation would include more rigorous background checks for the youngest firearms buyers more background checks for arms sellers and stiffer penalties on gun traffickers Additionally there's funding to states and communities for improving school safety and mental health initiatives Mike cross Sia Washington

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Uvalde classroom was unlocked while police waited for a key during massacre, Texas official says

AP News Radio

00:56 sec | Last month

Uvalde classroom was unlocked while police waited for a key during massacre, Texas official says

"Texas top safety official testified before a state Senate committee about the deadly shooting at a school in uvalde 19 children and two teachers were killed The director of the Texas Department of Public Safety colonel Steve McCrory says there is compelling evidence the law enforcement response was an abject failure and antithetical to everything we've learned over the last two decades since the Columbine massacre Macron says there were enough officers on the scene to have stopped the gunman three minutes after he entered the school They waited for over an hour The only thing stopping a hallway of dedicated officers for many room one 11 and one 12 was Janssen commander who decided to place the lives of officers before the lives of children The on scene commander was the ivaldi school district police chief Pete arradondo McGraw also says the door of the classroom was not locked How about trying the door And see if it's unlocked We

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Report: Police in Uvalde had rifles earlier than known

AP News Radio

00:44 sec | Last month

Report: Police in Uvalde had rifles earlier than known

"I'm Mike Gracia reporting to reports say police in ivaldi had rifles earlier than previously known Documents reviewed by the Austin American statesman and KV UE TV show police officers armed with rifles and at least one ballistic shield stood in a school hallway for nearly an hour while a gunman killed 19 students and two teachers at rob elementary in uvalde Texas on May 24th According to the reports the officers with heavier firepower and tactical equipment were on the scene within 19 minutes of the gunmen arriving on campus far earlier than previously known The information is to be presented to a public Texas Senate hearing on Tuesday Federal state and local authorities are looking into the delayed response by law enforcement I'm Mike Gracia

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'Enough is enough' say thousands demanding new gun measures

AP News Radio

00:49 sec | 2 months ago

'Enough is enough' say thousands demanding new gun measures

"Thousands of people rallied on the national mall and across the U.S. Saturday in a renewed push for gun control measures David hogg March for our lives cofounder and Parkland school shooting survivor told the crowd the ivaldi elementary school shooting should be a rallying call If our government can't do anything to stop 19 kids from being killed and slaughtered in their own school and decapitated it's time to change who is it in government On the tarmac and California President Biden said the message has to get to Congress Look this has to be become an election issue In New York mayor Adams led activists chanting end gun violence across the Brooklyn Bridge I'm Julie Walker

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Uvalde Police Chief Shares Details on Shooting Response

The Officer Tatum Show

01:23 min | 2 months ago

Uvalde Police Chief Shares Details on Shooting Response

"For the last two weeks, the police response to the ivaldi school shooting has been called into question and it's the school's police chief who's been facing some of the harshest criticism. Suzanne brunner's with us this morning in Suzanne. He is standing by his actions. Yeah, this is the first time that we are hearing from you valdi schools police chief. Pete arradondo. Now in a phone interview with his attorney standing by, he spoke with our partner, the Texas tribune to talk about what he did inside rob elementary during that attack, despite being blamed by state officials who say he failed to take control of the police response. And made the wrong decision. Arradondo insists he took steps he thought would best protect lives at his hometown school. Now, arradondo told the tribune, and he made a conscious decision to leave his police radios where he first arrived at the school, so he could run into this school without dropping them so he could have both of his hands free in case he needed to use his pistol as he thought would be a very likely outcome. Also revealed he never considered himself the incident commander of the shooting response. Here's a portion of that interview with Zack disbarred the Texas tribune during our 10 p.m. broadcast last night. The chief said that at no point he gave anyone any order and didn't provide any supervisory role. He certainly didn't say to any officers to stand down or stand by or not do everything they possibly could in his estimation to stop the shooter.

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"ivaldi" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

02:13 min | 2 months ago

"ivaldi" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Attack on the capitol on January 6th is laying the blame squarely at the feet of Donald Trump Bloomberg's head Baxter reports They laid out a timeline through video evidence and testimony committee chair Benny Thompson Donald Trump was at the center of this conspiracy And ultimately Donald Trump the president of the United States spurred a mob of domestic enemies of the constitution and co chair Liz Cheney saying Trump did nothing to stop the violence You will hear that leaders on Capitol Hill begged the president for help Including Republican leader McCarthy who was scared And they played clip after clip of the president's advisers saying that they knew the election was lost but that Trump persisted in demanding action In San Francisco I met Baxter Bloomberg radio Some Republican leaders including Elise Stefanik called the hearings a sham and a distraction The Texas school police chief criticized for his actions during the ivaldi school shooting says that he didn't consider himself the incident commander as the massacre unfolded School district police chief Pete Aaron dondo told the Texas tribune that he assumed someone else had taken control of the law enforcement response to the shooting at rob elementary school an 18 year old gunman killed 19 children and two teachers The administration is expected to lay out a new plan today to deal with immigration and migration in the western hemisphere It comes on the final day of the summit of the Americas President Biden calls it a transformative new approach To increase opportunities for safe and orderly migration to crack down on criminals and human traffickers who pray on desperate people The plan is expected to include financial aid countries that are taken in taking in immigrants There are possible setbacks for Ukraine more than a hundred days after the invasion by Russian forces Russia can't keep going in a way that you came won't be able to for much longer Ukraine says it's losing a hundred soldiers a day Lie from the Bloomberg interactive broker studios this is global news 24 hours a day on air and on Bloomberg quicktake powered by more than 2700 journalists and analysts more than a 120 countries.

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"ivaldi" Discussed on Latino USA

Latino USA

02:38 min | 2 months ago

"ivaldi" Discussed on Latino USA

"She shared with me when I was conducting research about the walkout was that she remembered walking into buildings for school board meetings with Texas Rangers on rooftop with rifles pointed down at them. So the kind of intimidation was not just through local community members, but also by the state police. When I'm thinking about on the one hand, this picture of uvalde, which is like everybody knows each other familia, this history of structural racism and segregation, and also resistance met with violence. And that is part of basically the Texas Rangers and law enforcement in general in Texas, targeting Latino and Latina communities for decades. But there's something that seems that needs to be put together with that history of violence, law enforcement, Texas Rangers, and what's happening now in terms of the conversation around law enforcement in uvalde. Or should we not be making that connection? While things have certainly changed, you've valdi is one of the most heavily policed cities in the country. Why is that? So I haven't heard that from anyone. So you're saying uvalde is one of the most policed cities, not just in Texas, but in the country, and that would be why? So in terms of just the sheer police presence. So not only do you have a school district police force for the valdi CI SD. You also have local police. You have county police, you know, the sheriff's office and deputies, but you also at this moment have Texas Department of Public Safety, Texas DPS officers in ivaldi county because you value is one of the counties that signed up for operation lone star. And in addition, you also have a heavy border patrol presence. Law enforcement is one of the only employment opportunities in healthy. And so one of the best jobs in uvalde is if you can graduate from high school and successfully take a training and become a border patrol agent. And so that's when people are thinking about why is it difficult to have conversations about guns and police, there is a strong culture supporting law enforcement. Victims, parents and family members are members of the border patrol and local law enforcement. But if you believe that more police makes people more safe. You value proves.

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Larry Taunton Deals With Shootings by Looking at Plain-as-Day Facts

The Eric Metaxas Show

02:08 min | 2 months ago

Larry Taunton Deals With Shootings by Looking at Plain-as-Day Facts

"It. We're talking about the ivaldi massacre 19 children killed, murdered. What is the, what is the main point in your Twitter thread? I know what it is, but I want you to explain it. Yeah, sure. Well, I mean, Democrats have responded to this very predictably. I mean, they've seized upon this. Politicized it and made it all about, you know, how the Second Amendment is out of date. There need to be gun seizures, buybacks, further gun restrictions, all of these kinds of things. And that led me to really start thinking Eric about the fact that just a few years ago when I was writing my book around the world and more than 80 days, I can undertake in kind of the unique task of traveling to places where there had been mass shootings, almost all of them in Europe. And so I was at, you know, went to Stockholm, and I was interviewing people there. After the truck attack, a guy stole a beer truck and he drove straight down a pedestrian, a fashionable pedestrian district and just mowed down women and children. Westminster bridge in London, London Bridge. I went to Paris to Charlie Hebdo, where there were a number of people killed just a short walk away to the back to clan where about 90 were killed in the mass shooting there. It was also in Nigeria as you well know, and I was there, you know, to bring attention to the fact that many Christians, either they're horribly persecuted, there's just been another attack on Christians in that country in the last couple of days. And so when I see all this talk about gun seizures or, you know, how if we restrict gun the ability to buy guns to access them, then it's going to solve this problem. And I know that that just simply isn't true. First of all, the shootings that we see in Europe is very difficult to buy gun in Europe. And yet somehow these terrors all manage to get

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House passes package of gun control bills in response to Buffalo and Uvalde shootings

AP News Radio

00:40 sec | 2 months ago

House passes package of gun control bills in response to Buffalo and Uvalde shootings

"I'm Mike Gracia reporting the house passes a gun control bill in the wake of the buffalo and ivaldi attacks On this vote the yeas are 223 The nays are 204 On a mostly party line vote the House passed a wide ranging gun control bill Wednesday night following recent mass shootings in Buffalo New York and Yuval di Texas Members debated throughout the day We need to act to protect the people protecting our kids act It does no such thing Enough is enough We unfortunately have a bill full of likely unconstitutional provisions The measure would raise the age limit for purchasing a

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Dan Bongino Blasts Geraldo Rivera About Saving Constitutional Rights

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:15 min | 2 months ago

Dan Bongino Blasts Geraldo Rivera About Saving Constitutional Rights

"Here was the battle between Dan bongino and Geraldo Rivera last night on Fox News channel. Yeah, assault weapons is not a real but second, an 18 year old. You keep using the beer analogy. Geraldo, you're a lawyer. I have not seen amendment 2.5, the right to buy a course light shall not be infringed. These are legal adults in the country. Now, having said that, if you're going to infringe on a constitutional right, according to the court system, you have to do it. It has to be a compelling government interest. We all agree, preventing mass murder is a compelling government interest. Government interest points. But it has to, wait, I'm not done. There's a second part to that. You're a lawyer. I think you know this. It's through the least restrictive means. The least restrictive means is not to tell every single 18 year old in the entire country who's done nothing wrong. You can no longer purchase a rifle because of some nut. He's right. He just nailed it. You can't tell thousands and thousands of U.S. citizens, you no longer have the right as defined in the constitution because of some evil nut in ivaldi, Texas.

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Uvalde Monster Would've Passed a Background Check, so Those Don't Work

Mike Gallagher Podcast

00:40 sec | 2 months ago

Uvalde Monster Would've Passed a Background Check, so Those Don't Work

"And of course, after the ivaldi massacre, a lot of people cling to the human emotion of, well, we got to do something. We just got to do something. Anything. What can we do? What can we do? Background checks. And they say, admittedly, the monster in uvalde would have passed a background check, so that doesn't really apply. How about raising the age? He was 18. Let's make him, let's make people be 21 before they can buy guns. As if we're supposed to casually shred the constitution for 1819 20 year old adults,

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"ivaldi" Discussed on Stephanie Miller's Happy Hour Podcast

Stephanie Miller's Happy Hour Podcast

05:22 min | 2 months ago

"ivaldi" Discussed on Stephanie Miller's Happy Hour Podcast

"For about a place for together, download the app to find yours. And by the way, shouldn't that blow away that argument forever, good guys with guns. There were 19 good guys with guns that did nothing. Speaking of which, this is the ivaldi teacher everybody's talking about Carlos, who spoke out yesterday, mister Reyes. After everything, I get more angry because you have a bulletproof vest. I had nothing I had nothing you're supposed to protect and serve. There is no excuse for their actions. And I will never forget them. I will never forgive them. Yeah, that's the other thing. Teachers, seriously, do you want them to wear body armor too? And like have their AR ready at all times when they're supposed to be teaching and the shooter still has the element of surprise. Like I said last hour, where was the call to arm cashiers or black people after the buffalo shooting? Yeah. You know? Yeah. It's absurd. Mister Reyes again. How many students were in your classroom when the shooter came in? 11 students. So the shooter killed every single student in your classroom. Yes, ma'am. That's when I got you thinking, you know? This family last one. This family lost a lot of sea level and. I joined my parents. I'm sorry. That's right. My best. That's what I was told to do. Heartbreaking. Please don't be angry with you. Oh my God. We don't trust them to pick books and curriculum, but now we're beating up on teachers that they also should be navy seals and should be ready at any moment for this to happen. And he was so upset that he told them all together underneath the desk and pretend they were asleep and just keep going. It all happened too fast. Training, no training, all kinds of training, nothing sets you ready. Get curated for this. We trained our kids to sit under the table..

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Uvalde Teacher Speaks Out: 'I Will Never Forgive Them'

Stephanie Miller's Happy Hour Podcast

00:46 sec | 2 months ago

Uvalde Teacher Speaks Out: 'I Will Never Forgive Them'

"Which, this is the ivaldi teacher everybody's talking about Carlos, who spoke out yesterday, mister Reyes. After everything, I get more angry because you have a bulletproof vest. I had nothing I had nothing you're supposed to protect and serve. There is no excuse for their actions. And I will never forget them. I will never forgive them. Yeah, that's the other thing. Teachers, seriously, do you want them to wear body armor too? And like have their AR ready at all times when they're supposed to be teaching and the shooter still has the element of surprise. Like I said last hour, where was the call to arm cashiers or black people after the buffalo shooting? Yeah. You know? Yeah. It's

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"ivaldi" Discussed on WABE 90.1 FM

WABE 90.1 FM

02:00 min | 2 months ago

"ivaldi" Discussed on WABE 90.1 FM

"That time that there was probably roughly 16 to 17 victims in the school and most of them were children So again at that time you can not believe what you're hearing Soon he found out it was even worse 19 children and two teachers had been shot and killed The case was so grisly and so unlike anything Diaz had ever faced he called the chief medical examiner in San Antonio for help While he waited for her to make the 80s some mile drive to ivaldi DIA sat in his car and tried to steal himself And of course he was just putting my head in the right frame of mind because you know it's going to be a tough scene But nothing could have prepared him for what was waiting for him inside the school The same school that he himself had attended as a child It's something you never want to see It's a picture that's going to stay in my head forever And that's where I like for it to stay Diaz won't share anymore In order to spare others the burden what he does say is that the process of identifying the children was gory and agonizing The AR-15 the weapon the gunman used at rob elementary is designed to blow targets apart Unfortunately Diaz has now seen firsthand what such a weapon does to small children The rangers the police were getting with the families together pictures maybe what they were wearing Diaz says those details were crucial to identifying the disfigured bodies Diaz also had to confront another chilling discovery at rob elementary Among the dead still lying on the floor was an old classmate of his Irma Garcia She's one of the two teachers killed that day She was one year younger than me through junior high and high school Diaz also knew her husband Joe Garcia Years ago they worked together at the only grocery store in town Two days after his wife erma was shot Garcia died of a heart attack When Diaz heard the news at that point I was just devastating Now I feel terrible for the family It just keeps getting worse and worse Back in his office.

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Mike Gallagher Apologizes: Delayed Response by Uvalde Police Was Wrong

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:07 min | 2 months ago

Mike Gallagher Apologizes: Delayed Response by Uvalde Police Was Wrong

"That I was wrong in the way I push back against people who were condemning the delayed police response to the ivaldi massacre, here was Stephen McGraw. Stephen McCrory, he's the director of the Texas Department of Public Safety and on Friday he made it very clear. They stumbled. They failed badly. They failed those children. They failed the community. They failed the world. From the benefit of hindsight, where I'm sitting now, that the force was not the right decision. It was the wrong decision. There's no excuse for that. But again, I wasn't there, but I'm just telling you, from what we know, we believe there should have been an entry that as soon as you can. Hey, when there's an active shooter, the rules change. So, you know, Stephen cross said with a number of callers to my show on Friday, said, and I disagreed. Mightily on Friday. And I was wrong. You were right. Those officers should have gone in much sooner than they did.

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"ivaldi" Discussed on WABE 90.1 FM

WABE 90.1 FM

02:54 min | 2 months ago

"ivaldi" Discussed on WABE 90.1 FM

"And now And on this Memorial Day President Biden joined a wreath laying ceremony at Arlington national cemetery And then you have all the Texas today the first memorial services are being held After a gunman last Tuesday killed 19 children and two teachers at rob elementary On Sunday the president and the First Lady visited the school and the families of the victims and survivors And piers Claudia grisales is there and she joins us Claudia what's the scene at the school now Well we're seeing long lines continue to form at the school We've seen this in the days following the shooting A lot of these mourners are coming and in the past days they were coming to law enforcement officers on scene asking them to put down flowers notes whatever they could get to this makeshift memorial in front of the school and starting yesterday These mourners could get up to this memorial in place those flowers and those mementos directly themselves And so it continues to be moment of somber reflection and shock and sadness and you see a lot of people walking away Hurting from what they see happen there And yesterday's visit by President Biden and the First Lady how did the people of ivaldi interact How do they respond Well this appearance by the president and the First Lady was very private There was not a lot of public press if you will large groups of press that were allowed to follow the president around So their aim there was to keep it as private as possible when it came to praying with family and friends and residents in this area in church or visiting the scene of the school And so in terms of reactions of what we heard we did hear chance we did hear people in a crowd shouting to the president to do something He responded we will And so there's a lot of intentions here and people are trying to get that message to the president and others to try and address how this happened Claudia some of the visitors going to the school to pay their respect I'd gather travel the long way You spoke to a high school teacher from mission Texas almost 5 hours away adela Lopez Yes exactly It was really surprised in terms of the visitors to this makeshift memorial that rob elementary in adela Lopez's case came with her husband Renee He's a retired firefighter She is a high school teacher as you mentioned And this really hit close to home She's very worried about what could happen next Let's take a listen Students are teacher older.

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"ivaldi" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

WLS-AM 890

01:52 min | 2 months ago

"ivaldi" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

"Who made the ultimate sacrifice My family moved here in 1950 and I kind of grew up with the tone So this has been a tradition as long as I can remember my dad used to march in this parade years and years ago Governor pritzker was also in attendance Freedom isn't free Those who gave the ultimate sacrifice knew that those of us who remain must remember And mayor life that took part in a Memorial Day tribute at grant park Also President Biden delivering remarks of the Arlington memorial amphitheater he's hosting events all day at The White House gun safety proposals now being considered among Republicans and Democrats reported to be working toward changes in gun control laws following the ivaldi school massacre Illinois Republican representative Adam kinzinger says he is open to supporting a federal ban on AR-15 rifles But I think that raising the age of gun purchased a 21 is a no brainer If you look at the park when shooting you look at buffalo you look at this shooting These are people under the age of 21 We know that the human brain develops and matures a lot between the age of 18 and 21 We just raised without really so much as a blink The age of purchasing cigarettes federally to 21 Kinzinger says he supports universal background checks and red flag laws He says his position has evolved since the 2017 Las Vegas mass shooting which left 58 people dead Deputies in Florida arrested ten year old after shooting threat was made the 5th grader allegedly sent text messages about inciting violence at his elementary school authorities taking it very seriously following the ivaldi school shooting and he has been charged and health officials in the U.S. and Canada investigating a multi state outbreak of hepatitis a infections that could be linked to organic strawberries The fruit from fresh Campo and haber sultan stores like Walmart Aldi Crozier and Safeway between March 5th and April 25th the FDA says you put any of that in the freezer throw it away WLS newstime is.

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"ivaldi" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

02:32 min | 2 months ago

"ivaldi" Discussed on WTOP

"Call back I was told to stay on the line and be very quiet She told 9 one that he shot the door at a broccoli 1243 and 1247 She asked 9-1-1 to please send the police now At 1246 she said she could not hit that she could hear the police next door At 1250 shots are fired It is unclear how many of those 8 or 9 children survived 19 children and two teachers killed 17 others wounded While the community of Yuval di morns the NRA opened its annual convention in Houston yesterday former president Trump spoke about ivaldi Well we don't yet know enough about this week's killing We know there are many things we must do We need to drastically change our approach to mental health There are always so many warning signs almost all of these disfigured minds share the same profile Trump also blasted Democrats for trying to impose new gun restrictions following the mass shooting and rivaldi and the supermarket massacre in Buffalo More shipments of baby formula from overseas are on their way amid a severe shortage but CBS Margaret Brennan says there's still a delay when it comes to domestic production The head of the FDA says parents will have to wait another two months until store shelves are fully stocked again with baby formula Abbott's plan to reopen its troubled plant and stir just Michigan next week is delayed The FDA says that could still be several weeks away Meanwhile the Defense Department is airlifting what amounts to more than 27 million 8 ounce bottles of formula from Australia to try and help the crisis Neither high gas prices nor COVID are stopping Americans from traveling this holiday weekend just ask this driver in Southern California We both are talking about a complaint about it but certainly not stopping us from traveling Triple-A says more than 3 million people will travel in Southern California alone this weekend 80% of them will be driving A tornado just north of Richmond Virginia last night Shauna stuff says it hit quickly About three minutes into us going inside we looked out the windows and then limbs were breaking so we were like oh my gosh We went into the bathroom We just hid and the next thing we know we came out and looked about a minute later and the whole yard was like demolished This is CBS News Need to hire quality candidates fast you need indeed their powerful hiring platform helps you attract interview and higher candidates all in one place visit indeed dot com slash credit.

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"ivaldi" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

01:49 min | 2 months ago

"ivaldi" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Former president Trump claims Democrats are using the Texas school massacre for their advantage While addressing the NRA convention in Houston he went after President Biden When Joe Biden blamed the gun lobby he was talking about Americans like you and along with countless other Democrats this week he was shamefully suggesting that Republicans are somehow okay with letting school shootings happen Trump pressed for more cops at schools and more security measures at schools including teachers with guns Texas governor Greg Abbott says he was misled and livid about the police response to the ivaldi school shooting Abbott told reporters information he was given by investigators yesterday was wrong He added people deserve answers Police admitted they waited for nearly an hour for reinforcements before breaching the classroom door where the gunman was holed up The CDC has identified 9 cases of monkeypox across 7 U.S. states Mike Bauer reports To put us all on alerts but again can happen to anyone and it's important not to stigmatize the illness And it's because of that that the CDC has issued a warning for cases that have only been found in California Florida Massachusetts New York Utah Virginia and Washington CDC director doctor Rochelle Walensky said the U.S. has more resources than needed to help respond to monkeypox in this country right now She said we've been preparing for this type of outbreak for decades She also mentioned that although some of the U.S. patients have had a history of traveling to areas where monkeypox has been spreading recently that's not true for everyone given that walensky said we need to presume there is some community spread Medicare premiums are being lowered for 2023 after officials overestimated the cost of a new Alzheimer's medication A report by the centers for Medicare and Medicaid services found that spending was lower than expected for the drug at a helm The.

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"ivaldi" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

01:59 min | 2 months ago

"ivaldi" Discussed on WTOP

"He was given the wrong information earlier this week about the tragic shooting in ivaldi Texas that left 19 children and two teachers dead and Abbott seemed to suggest it was intentional I was misled I am livid about what happened And he said the action will be taken Let me make one thing perfectly clear The status quo is unacceptable This crime is unacceptable We're not going to be here and talking about it and do nothing about it He talked about passing new laws in Texas but gave no specifics The governor also told the people of ivaldi that funeral costs will be covered by a private donor who has offered $175,000 Abbott said mental health assistance will also be offered That includes state and private providers that will be providing mental health assistance to anyone in the community who needs it CBS News special report I'm Steve futterman It's 5 54 in the house's top Republican is making it clear that he will defy a subpoena from the House committee investigating January 6th That defiance by Kevin McCarthy escalates a standoff with the panel over his and other GOP lawmakers testimony The committee will now have to decide whether it will enforce his congressional subpoenas ahead of public hearings next month but it's still unclear if members of the panel will file contempt of Congress charges against other members of the chamber who are still in elected office there Three alleged members of a Puerto Rican based drug ring were indicted in D.C. today Federal prosecutors allege ray Rivera Ruiz Jan Joseph Rivera and Michael Gabrielle Hernandez Rivera shipped up to a 150 kilos of cocaine from San Juan to the D.C. area from October of 2019 until April of last year And two of the men face an additional charge of murder in connection with the killing of a local drug trafficker in Puerto Rico all face at least 20 years in.

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"ivaldi" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

01:32 min | 2 months ago

"ivaldi" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Amy marsh she's got all the world of international leaders Thank you Paul the community of you have all a Texas is shattered this morning in 18 year old opened fire at an elementary school yesterday killing 19 children and two teachers Pastor Doug swimmer tells ABC News they are trying to rally as a community When you see these families broken in this manner what the world needs and what our community needs is a light that shines in the darkness and that's who we are as you value Now ivaldi is the hometown of actor Matthew McConaughey He issued a statement saying it was time for a true call to action against gun violence His statement reads quote we can not accept these tragic realities as the status quo McConaughey has maintained a close relationship with his home state and last year you may recall he weighed a run for governor of Texas Michael Bloomberg is founder and majority owner of Bloomberg LP the parent of Bloomberg radio He is a donor to groups that support gun control Lawmakers want answers about the national shortage of baby formula Colorado Democrat Diana degette opened a house hearing and argued that the crisis is having a disproportionate impact on low income families She called that unacceptable and says they have to make sure it never happens again Meanwhile Virginia Republican Morgan Griffith said the Biden administration let the situation become dire before responding The lawmakers comments came ahead of testimony by FDA commissioner Robert caliph Gas prices meanwhile holding steady today triple-A reports once again the national average price.

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