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"jared police" Discussed on Democracy Now! Audio
"Eat flies. I don't donate me. I'm a vegetarian. I don't kill flies. He said And before that. If you could hear elisha saying i was just going home. I'm an introvert. I'm different. I was just going home. I'm different. That's all i was doing. I'm so sorry. I have no gun. I don't do that stuff. I don't do any fighting. why are you taking me. He said that's the police body camera footage of officers tackling and arresting elisha as he walked home august two thousand nineteen medical responders to arrive then injected elijah with a large amount of the powerful sedative. Ketamine enough just sedate a large two hundred pound man even though elijah was just five six under one hundred forty pounds. He suffered cardiac arrest on the way to. The hospital died several days later. This is colorado attorney general. Philip wiser speaking wednesday after announcing the charges against those involved in elisha death late last thursday. After careful and thoughtful deliberation the grand jury returned thirty to count indictment against aurora police. Officers randy row dima and nathan would former aurora police officer jason rosenblatt and aurora fire. Rescue paramedics jeremy cooper and peter chikuni for their alleged conduct on the night of august. Twenty four twenty nine that resulted in the death of mr mcclean. The charges come after the local district attorney decided earlier not to file criminal charges citing lack of evidence but protests and an online petition that gathered more than five million signatures the saw happening after In minneapolis What happened There with the murder of george floyd Those protests prompted the colorado governor. Jared police to reexamine the case. This is how elisha mcclain's mother chenine mcclain responded to news of the thirty to count criminal indictment. I'm thankful i'm grateful that They saw i saw that. He never should have been stopped. That he never should have been brutalized. He never should have been handcuffed. Never should have been given kademi. I expect prison for my son's murders and their accomplices. Because that's exactly what. They did their accessories to a crime and I don't think it should be anything less than that. They need to be prosecuted to the extent of the law. We're joined in denver by colorado state representative leslie. Herod she spoke to elisha. Mcclain's mother played a key role in criminal justice reform since his tragic death including spearheading a bill to ban police. Use of ketamine. Leslie herod is also the first. Lgbtq plus african american to hold office in the colorado general assembly. Welcome to democracy. Now can you start off by responding to the indictments two years after elijah mclean was killed by police and paramedics morning. And thanks for having me. What i would say want is that i echo minutes sentiments. Being grateful that decent indictments have come down. I think that they are a true statement. That colorado believes police accountability and reform in that we will hold officers and first responders accountable when they harm someone in our communities but it was janin's voice and her work that led to colorado passing the largest and most impactful police accountability law in the country and really working on three bills. That allowed this data happen that called ketamine use of force by law enforcement that ensured that we could have special investigations when someone is at the hand of or the direction of law enforcement. We band chokehold and we ended qualified immunity and janine and her work with central to all of that. And what are the next steps for the attorney. General's office after this thirty to count. Indictment general will now take his fight to district court where he will have to plead the case. That alleged mclean was was murdered. A unjustly And that the officers and the first responders use their absorb in a way that was deadly and so he will have to prove. This case won't be easy until important. That people who are engaged now continued to be engaged. Continue to call for justice because this is just one step. We have not reached justice yet. Not for elijah. You know it's amazing. The progress of these indictments what this means after elisha mclean was killed by the police. He's walking home. Sort of dancing wearing headphones. Listening to music violinist who played violin for cats and dogs at a local animal shelter as he said i'm different He said. I don't kill flies. I'm a vegetarian He kept apologizing. Saying i'm so sorry. He said i can't breathe. I can't breathe After this happened even local reporter said they did not pay attention to this. Until george floyd was killed that's when the mass protests happened. Can you talk about that leslie. Howard absolutely well. Colorado and denver specifically was that the center of the protests just like many other cities across the country. And i remember introducing a bill the first day we got back around police accountability and from. I'm sorry from the bid session and when we gave our first rally and talked about the police accountability bill. This small quiet woman stepped up from the crowd. I handed her the megaphone and she looked at me and look at the crowd and said. Why weren't you here for my thought. Why are you here for someone who died states away but when i called you four support people in colorado for support for my son no one showed up and it was interesting because the crowd turned to and the mc. Do you want to take the microphone back. And i said no. I want to have this conversation. I asked who who are side was when she said to mclean. I knew right that that her voice needed to be center in this conversation in that people needed to know who allies was and so from that moment on we worked lockstep to pass police accountability again on three bills over the course of a year and a half to make sure that what happened to her son never happen again but we also raised the profile around her case in a way that gained international attention and put pressure on the governor of colorado to act to tell the attorney general to act and we put provisions in our bill. That's specifically related to allies mcclain's case so that we could get things like the complete body camera cluj. So that we could prosecute the case all of these things were related to elijah and the other black and brown men women and gender non binary people in colorado that have been murdered by the police and finally the response by the colorado police to the protests. Once they actually happened after. George floyd was killed as you pointed out then. Talking about elisha mclean. One of the most moving scenes was the violin vigil. People playing violins and honor of elisha violinist and then beaten by police. How is this changed. The way the aurora police.
"jared police" Discussed on Mornings With Gail - 1310 KFKA
"They were in nearly every nursing home large and small across state. These numbers are amazing. And yet jill hans acre ryan the head of the c. h. e. says in this story. The state was not responsible. Well that's insane. And i mean your state have to take responsibility. He was the one making decisions. During kogas cdp jared police. Were the ones telling everyone what to do. Putting the state emergency lockdown month after month after month and and you know during november and december touting the strikeforce that he had that apparently only had one employee that was supposed to be national model. All the time. It's just crumbling around him. In nursing homes are crying out for help and they delayed and delayed and wouldn't help them and that's why the depth spiked according to this investigation. Exactly chris stop you for just a second can i. Can you hold on for just a minute and take. We're going to take a short break. Can you hold on. Come back on the next segment okay. Cool thank you sherry pipe in for gail party. Northern colorado's voice thirteen ten. Kfi a block party wednesdays from four ten pm bears plan northern colorado's voice one zero three point one and thirteen ten kfi k. We don't have a whole lot of time left Because as usual in radio time goes by so fast. And i apologize christie but in the last minute or so that we have. What do you hope to accomplish with asking for this investigation. And i guess what is it exactly that you want. I believe that people need to know what happened. Colorado's nursing homes. They need to know that the face jerry polls puts on camera is not always the truth of what happened. He needs to answer for the decision to agency make and the way that he handled the crisis incompetently that caused people to die. I believe our governor needs to be honest about what happened. Well thank you so much for doing it christie and hopefully we get to the bottom of it. I don't know that we will. But at least you're san and trying to do something and keep fighting the good fight. Kristie burton bound colorado chairwoman for the.
"jared police" Discussed on TalkRadio 630 KHOW
"On Pulis and Covid. And you also had some really, really good reporting done by CPR Ben Marcus recently that ties into what I had some of the investigative reporters from the Gazeta and to talk about Before. Which is he folks? Colorado had the worst nursing home deaths in America. In December from Covid, and it's not just December we had a stretch. We had a stretch from November through January. Where are nursing homes were getting decimated, and I'll give you the numbers are nursing homes were getting Decimated and that was directly traceable. To a complete meltdown, a collapse by the police administration. In two critical areas. Testing and contact tracing and the contact tracing was so critical because when that collapsed and it collapsed in October, when that collapsed than people who had been exposed Two people sick with Covid weren't told about it. Which was part of this big explosion of covid in nursing homes, the breakdown in testing and obvious consequences and then some of the great reporting done by Ben Marcus. You know, expanding on what The Gazette had done earlier, because because that was on the show talking about how wait a second They were reporting that Jared Police Had gone for testing in Colorado at the end this critical time frame. Had gone to this 20 something college dropout. Who had started this This company. There was doing some testing and I would think that anybody just looking at how he was doing, it would have to say if this isn't going to work, and this was self administered mouse swabs for the most part. And, uh, yeah. How's that going to work out in nursing homes? Do you think but in any case Then you got to the issue of whether these tests from this this college dropout, you know whether these tests were even reliable and listen to this reporting. I think this is absolutely blockbuster and tells you everything you need to know. About police in his level of competence, and then it raises other questions. We need to tackle together, but Pulis ends up paying this failed company. Ends up paying this failed company. $90 million. For a few months of this testing $90 million What data? Ryan, You're super sharp mind. I'm sure you're going to go right to the number. Actually, you're not because you think very logically and logic will not lead you to this Promised land, Deng it What data? How many sample test From this new startup company by this college dropout. How many sample tested the police administration have access to before they committed Colorado's testing regime. To this start up company run by a college dropout and paid him 90 million bucks. How many did he have access to? When they committed in theory, you would hope all of it 100% total. Right? I asked support questions. So how many prior tests Conducted by this startup. It did. Police have access to Before making that commitment to all of them should have had access. But what number would you want to see? Like, how many tests would you want to have seen done by this startup and done successfully before his governor of the state of Colorado? You know what? I'm committing the lives. Of of Colorado, nursing home patients and other Coloradans and 90 million bucks for just the next short period of time to this startup, how many tests to see a statistically representative sample of the population of Colorado? Whatever that number is, and that's that's the Colorado's population about 5.8 million right now, so nobody could be critical of the governor for making that commitment after 100,000 tests. Maybe 50,000. I think that would be a little light at 50 myself. But of course, no one can be critical of 14. 14 Oh my 10 11 12 13 14 So Polish commits Colorado, Colorado's health. Colorado's testing. To this startup from some college dropout. Why? After 14 testers it was it to save money. I'm trying to get to motive here. Oh, great..
"jared police" Discussed on AP News
"Justice Department's inspector general is investigating revelations former President Trump's administration secretly seized phone data from at least two House Democrats as part of an aggressive leaks. Probe. Here's the Apes Mary Clare Jalonick. This is very, very rare. It is not common. At all for the Justice Department to be seizing data privately and secretly without the member's knowledge of members of Congress, And that obviously raises all sorts of questions about the branches of government and potentially a president and his Justice Department spying on members of Congress and what they've done. House Intelligence Committee chair Adam Schiff in California Democrat Eric Swalwell. Say Apple notify them. Last month, Their metadata had been subpoenaed and turned over to the Justice Department in 2018 as their committee was investigating Donald Trump's ties to Russia. Attorney General Merrick Garland did not talk about that case today. But he did say the department will scrutinize a wave of new laws in Republican controlled states that tighten voting rules. Many of the changes are not even calibrated to address the kinds of voter fraud. That are alleged as their justification. Garland says he will double staffing within the Department Civil Rights division and said the department would send guidance to states about election related activities. The A P 12 polar Surprises in photography for coverage of the racial injustice protest and the coronavirus is toll on the elderly. The New York Times received the Public Service award for its reporting on the pandemic. Big milestone in the coronavirus fight. Chicago is the largest big city in the country that's fully reopened. Chicago Mayor Lori Lightfoot made the announcement. It means an end to a requirement that people in Chicago where face masks and most indoor places and lifting capacity limits. Stocks finished higher. The Dow up 13 points. This is a P news There's a new winner of Colorado's $1 Million Vaccination lottery. Stephanie Ward. Come on down. We need some, you know, cheesy game show music or something. Governor Jared Police made the announcement. Stephanie Wade says she, her husband and two Children had been talking about getting the shots. It started out that initially we were not all in agreement with Getting the Covid vaccine. They talked it out, weighed the risk and the benefit. And, um You know what was appropriate for our family, and ultimately, we decided that, um, the benefits outweighed any fears that we had the decision to get vaccinated paid off for Stephanie Ward. This money is going to take a huge burden off of the both of us so that we don't have to continue to work two jobs to help support our family. There will be $51 Million winners. The state of Colorado is also offering 25 scholarships for students 12 to 17, who have received at least one vaccine dose. Ed Donahue. AP NEWS Spying on Congress. I'm Tim Maguire with an AP News been a Justice Department inspector General Michael Horowitz is investigating the department under former President Donald Trump for reportedly seizing phone data from at least two House Democrats in a search for leaks Amid House Intelligence Committee investigation of Trump's ties to Russia AP correspondent Mary Clare Jalonick. It is not common. At all for the Justice Department to be seizing data privately and secretly without the member's knowledge of members of Congress, And that obviously raises all sorts of questions about the branches of government and potentially a president and his Justice Department spying on members of Congress. Senate Democrats, one former attorneys General Bill Barr and Jeff Sessions to testify. A Chicago police officer has been arrested on federal misdemeanor charges for being involved in the assault on the U. S. Capitol. Carol Cheswick texted photos of himself inside the building while wearing a Chicago PD sweatshirt under an open coat. I'm Tim Maguire. Coronavirus update. I'm Ed Donahue with an A P news minute stocks finished higher. The Dow up 13 points. Illinois is lifting all capacity limits on bars, restaurants and other businesses. It means Chicago is the largest Big city in the country that's fully reopened. Mayor Lori Lightfoot credited the people of Chicago for getting to this point. You master, you got backstop, and now it's time for you to get up. Get out of the house this summer and fully and safely and enjoy the events of the best city on the planet. Data shows more than 68% of Illinois residents, 18 and older have received at least one dose. 51% of adults are fully vaccinated in Tennessee and North Carolina. Demand for vaccine is slowed down so much. They've given millions of doses back to the federal government, even though less than half of the total populations are vaccinated. Oklahoma has not asked for new doses from the government for more than a month. I'm Ed Donahue. AP News for Friday June 11th I'm Tim Maguire. A Justice Department internal investigation is underway into the actions of the top officials in the Trump administration's Justice Department as they targeted Democrats on the House Intelligence Committee in 2018 Soccer. Madani has more. The department's inspector general is investigating after revelations that the Trump arid Justice Department secretly ceased phone records from at least two House Democrats in a leaks probe. Intelligence Committee chair Adam Schiff and panel member Eric Swalwell say Apple told them last month, the department subpoena their metadata and received it three years ago as the committee investigated Trump's Russia ties subpoenaing lawmakers, Private information is extraordinarily rare. The Senate's top two Democrats are demanding former Trump attorneys General Bill Barr and Jeff Sessions testify. The Chicago police officer is charged with taking part in the attack on the U. S. Capitol in January, including part of a group that broke into a senator's office. Chicago Police Superintendent David Brown says the officer's name is Carol Cheswick. The fact that Chicago police officer Has been charge in that attack on American democracy. Makes my blood boil. Makes me sick to my stomach Jesuit, was charged with five federal misdemeanors. His lawyer says he's on desk duty after being stripped of his police powers. Nevada wants to be the first state to hold a presidential contest in 2024. A piece. Jackie Quinn has this governor Steve Cecil AC signed the law that would bump Iowa and New Hampshire from their leadoff spots in presidential voting years. Nevada wants the first Tuesday in February, but the other states would likely change their dates and the national political parties have to agree to the change. Nevada is sweating from an in person caucus system to a primary election day. This is a P news. Two people are dead and others on board a Greyhound were injured in a crash this afternoon on I 65 in northwestern Indiana. Police say the driver of a south beyond Chevy Tahoe lost control when the SUV with sideswiped by another car across the median and collided with the northbound bus to people in a Tahoe were killed. State police say some 50 people were taken to local hospitals with non life threatening injuries. Atlanta police chief Rodney Bryant says police departments across the country are seeing a wave of Retirements at the same time that recruitments are dropping, law enforcement and public safety coming under so much scrutiny and having so many challenges, Uh, we so significant exodus throughout this profession. The rate of retirement at some departments rose 45% over the last year as according to new research on nearly 200 agencies. By the Washington based Police Executive Research Forum..
"jared police" Discussed on Native America Calling
"National native news megan camera. In for antonio gonzales the controversial keystone excel pipeline is officially dead. Tc energy the canadian developer behind the pipeline announced wednesday. It has terminated the project. Construction was suspended earlier this year. Following revocation of the permit by president joe biden on his first day in office native american tribes have been fighting the project for over a decade. The verge reported the rosebud sioux tribe in the cinnabon and grow fought tribes of the fort. Belknap indian reservation sued the trump administration after it granted the project permit they argue the pipeline threaten their land and water sources and that the administration failed to properly consult with the tribes the pipeline was slated to pump eight hundred thirty thousand barrels of crude oil from tar sands berta canada to nebraska. Where would then connect with pipelines carrying it to the gulf coast rosebud sioux tribe president. Rodney ember doe said. This is great news for the tribes that have been fighting to protect their people in lands. He added treaties and laws guarantee protections and quote. We are committed to see that. Those laws are upheld for indian community. President anti work said the announcement is a relief. He said in a prepared statement. We were not willing to sacrifice our water or safety for the financial benefit of a transnational corporation. More than two hundred people have been arrested in northern minnesota this week during protests against the line three oil pipeline project dan crocker of minnesota public radio has more hundreds of people blocked access to an end bridge pumping station near the wider reservation with some locking themselves to construction equipment. Tara hausky is koochiching. First nation and founder of the new collective one of the groups leading protests against line three to see people engaging in personal risk like this and to see so many young people is so beautiful powerful. It's an incredible moment. House ca says the goal is to push the biden administration to block the project like it did with the keystone excel pipeline without direct action people engaging in personal risk. The pressure just isn't there and bridge energy is half finished building. The three hundred forty mile long pipeline across northern minnesota more protests are expected this week and state court decision is due monday. That could block construction for national native news. I'm dan crocker. Colorado lawmakers passed a bill banning public schools from using derogatory native american mascots. The denver post reported. It's now headed to governor. Jared police for his signature. This makes colorado the fifty. Us state to ban such mascots. Colorado public schools have until june. I twenty twenty two to change their mascots or face a twenty five thousand dollar fine however schools that have agreements made prior. To june thirtieth. Two thousand twenty one with one of forty eight federally recognized tribes with ties to colorado may keep their mascots however tribes can revoke those agreements. Schools named after a tribe may keep the name on letterhead. If it doesn't include imagery symbol the post reports at least twenty five. Colorado schools had derogatory mascots as of earlier this year and a court in pennsylvania has ruled. School district could continue using the r. Word for its mascot overturning. An earlier decision by the state's human relations commission the bucks county courier times reports. The commission ruled in two thousand. Nineteen that the shamanee's school district had to cease using any and all logos and imagery in the district high school that negatively stereotype native americans the district to then appealed that decision the ruling this week by the commonwealth court of pennsylvania found no evidence. The school district had discriminated or harassed. Any native american students judge kevin said under the pennsylvania human relations act. A person can be held liable for discrimination but school district. Not the district had no comment on the ruling and a spokesperson for the pennsylvania. Human relations commission said there are no plans to appeal to a higher court for.
"jared police" Discussed on TalkRadio 630 KHOW
"Inferiors act like your moral superior, And that's exactly what's going on in Colorado. Right now, With Jared Police in the left, they are your moral inferiors, not in terms of their individual personal life. Don't know what they do in their personal life. But in terms of their public life, they support all these policies that are deeply deeply immoral. And and then they turn around and play moral superior to you by imposing on every school in the state of $25,000 a month fine if that school dares to choose to have Native American name or a native American mascot. No matter how dignified the name and mascot are that is the ultimate ultimate in elitism and superiority from people who are the opposite. I mean, listen to this. Listen to this right out of the law. Right out of the law. Um, a school that is named after an American Indian tribe or American Indian individual may use the tribe or individuals name but not an image or symbol on the public schools, letterhead. This is from Jared Polis and the left. Oh, thank you, King. Jared. So now I want high school doesn't have to change its name. Thank you, King Jared. But I want high school cannot have a dignified depiction of chief Ni Watts face on its letterhead, which would be an honor to chief Ni Watt and Native Americans because Jared Polis pure raw power play Says You can't That is how out of control Polish and the Democrats are in Colorado again. This is the guy who's playing your moral superior. Well, gentlemen from Colorado understand all members of the speaker understand that the speaker is obstructing HR.
"jared police" Discussed on Mornings With Gail - 1310 KFKA
"Congratulations to know. Steve steve my apologies. Steve congratulations steve from greeley. You are the winner of a pair of those tickets. They are highly sought after as well tickets to see the greeley blues jam on saturday june fifth to be part of it because after all it ain't nothing but a party and i would be seriously remiss if i did not express our appreciation to our ticket sponsor gould parts in downtown eaton for making those tickets available. All right i believe. I have one more pair left and we will be giving those away Sometime next week could be any less specific. Aol in the radio business. It's called ts. All right at eight. oh nine Let's see what we got here. No surprise How are you doing with this. Entire mask mandate thing. Because i have to tell you. It's kind of i was kind of some people. Say shukan the cool kids. Say i kinda shook up just a little bit as i'm just watching some of the interactions between those who choose not to wear a mask and we have been you know. The covert czars have spoken and have issued that a new mandate will now. It's not a mandate. It's not a recommendation suggestion. According to colorado governor jared police that if we have been fully that sedated and allow that Two week window after the second vaccination if you've got the pfizer by visor biontech or the modern up vaccine you know. There's a two step process with jane. J. it's a one step process. But if you let the two week period elapse you are fully vaccinated and once again for those of us. This according to cdc and state of colorado on with many other states that are steadily lower ring those mandates requirements restrictions guidelines recommendations suggestions as we work through the litany right when it comes to mask wearing. But it's been really shocking for me. As i've made the rounds just going to convenience stores or grocery stores was in sam's club and you might think i'm obsessing over this but it was just very disturbing Just watching and again. These people in convenience stores and in a big box stores have walmart The list goes on and on along with our first responders along with our healthcare workers these on the front line making sure that we can get our pop. Tarts and our twinkies are fun funds and our chicken and our beef throughout the entire pandemic. They put their health at risk throughout and now as they are exercising their freedom of choice. And i get it. It's it's on the honor system and You know once again human nature being what it is. Many of us look askance at some not too wearing their masks because the mask even if we initially resisted wearing it the mask when you agree over the past thirteen or fourteen months. Well if you don't have it with you or if you don't have it on your face when you're going into a store even store that has dropped under cdc recommendations the mask requirement. Well it's kind of like leaving leaving home in the morning and you don't have your cell phone with you. I mean you feel kind of naked. You feel kind of out of sorts right. Even if you weren't a huge fan of wearing a mask to begin with it feels kinda strange. Now doesn't it. You feel like you're looking around and kind of like. I feel like i'm doing something wrong. I'm doing something bad here but it's become kind of like a security blanket for so many kind of like being key in a manner of speaking and there are some who even though they have been fascinated. Don't feel comfortable going out in public without a mask and to them. I say great. Bully for you. Last time i checked. It's still america. We still have freedom of choice. But what's so disturbing to me. Is that well. It seems as though it's in some people's minds it's freedom of choice for some but not for others. No that's not how this works. That's not how any of this works. But when i see customers in a store for raiding of those frontline workers for not wearing a mask. And i didn't see the incident. It was only described to me by the person that was working at sam's that was just bombarded with vitriol From a customer. Because she wasn't wearing her mask. But i have seen instances where i stand there and just kind of take it in. I don't wanna get into the fray. I know thank you very much. But it just is a head shaker as you're watching this now when people aren't breaking the rules and you're watching people just lose their minds because people have the in their opinion the audacity to not wear masks when they're fully within their rights to make that choice. Whatever happened to our ability in this country. Our sound like a luddite here. 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"jared police" Discussed on Mornings With Gail - 1310 KFKA
"But if you are just saying pairs the thoughts and it's just causing your pulse to race in your poems to sweat a little bit Thinking of letting. Go of internet explorer eleven. Well don't despair. Microsoft is offering something they call i e e mode. Unfortunately it comes with that dreaded edge browser allowing you to access websites and applications. That have not transitioned away from the internet explorer. I just hate it though when they change something that you just. It's always been there for some reason. You'd think it's always going to be there. Odd contraire not when it comes to internet explorer. Eleven six twenty seven now thirteen ten. Kfi a thirteen ten k. f. k. a. dot com northern colorado's voice mornings with gail brown the auto collision specialists studios speaking of things being given and then things being not as necessarily a necessary as they were originally billed. Spent some time yesterday talking about the fact that we have entered the new phase of mask wars. I mean many were resistant to wearing the mass at the beginning of the outbreak of covert nineteen. But then well now that those mask well suggestions as governor jerry. Polish now calls them moving from recommendation to suggestion. And well you remember way back. When it was the mask mandate we all got to use the wearing them right so now as those restrictions are loosening and any number of stores from starbucks to target to sam's cosco the list goes on and on have dropped that mask restriction. Well it's kind of odd now. Isn't it when you walk into a store and you're not wearing your masks. Oh my gosh. And unfortunately it's causing some tempers to flare as we enter mass words. Two point your remember. The conundrum at the beginning was those that didn't to wear the mass. Now it's a those that do continue to wear the mass and again the caveat here is it's not a free for all you've according to the cdc and governor jared police. You can't just ditch the mass though you have to be fully vaccinated and well. There are some other guidelines and conditions but begs the question as we enter mask. Wars two point. Oh is this yeah pretty much call it. H or another facet of the new normal. This is mask anxiety mental health expert. Gene waterfield has over twenty years of.
"jared police" Discussed on Mornings With Gail - 1310 KFKA
"All right. so are you suffering from not only mass uncertainty and confusion or so say mask uncertainty and confusion this as governor jared fault police of following the new and improved guidelines from the. Cdc relative to mask wearing has well. Let's just say lesson of the requirement when it comes to wearing a mask but well it's all about it clear as clear as mud and it is causing a little bit of anxiety stress and frustration experienced it yesterday. Going into a store that Yeah they had dropped the mask. Requirement this as governor. Jared poll said. Well it's no longer mandated simply a suggestion. What exactly does that mean now. We talked about the fact that greeley has taken the tack and again i refer to a piece by morgan. Mackenzie out of the greeley trip This as of may seventeenth the city of greeley announcing its facilities will follow these updated recommendations on mask views. Not only from governor jared police but indeed from the centers for disease control and prevention so the city issued a news. Release saying these recommendations. Allow those of us and this is. This is consistent okay. This is across the board anyone who has fully vaccinated and that includes the two week period after you get the second foul. She ouchi if that is the route that you took. If you've got the pfizer by attack or you got them dern. Because jane j. vaccine is a single shot vaccine but after that two week period in order for your t cells to get all revved up and your immune system to get all fired up. That's when you're able to go out in public without a mask unless the setting requires a mask now colorado along with many other states is encouraging anyone ages eleven and older who is unvaccinated to still wear masks in indoor public places where they are surrounded by what they referred to as non members of their household people outside their immediate cohort as for transportation that are lost state. Guidance requires us to wear masks on all forms of public transportation and transportation hubs whether you're vaccinated or not and you also have to remember. And i think this is key to the entire conversation causing some of us some angst those of us i am fully vaccinated and i made the decision The first time and thirteen months or so because again. I am a dave oh tae of small business and small businesses have just been put through the ringer as a result of all the restrictions in the lockdowns and the shutdowns and the openings closures the reopen as a result of covid nineteen so if a business wants me to wear a mask i will wear a mask doing my part to help them. But what about those. Who see you not wearing a mask and i had this experience yesterday. Be curious to see if you have been fully vaccinated. View have taken advantage of that opportunity not to wear your masks where it's not required in a place of business i mean was your stomach churning. My was yesterday. Because i'm worried about those are saying. Oh you're such a narcissist. You're not doing your part to stop the spread of covid nineteen and the stink eye and glares and now didn't happen didn't happen yesterday in this particular story but i was worried that it would because key to this entire conversation particularly talking about the city of greeley is that a city officials decision to change any mask wearing measures only applies to city facilities not private services or businesses in greeley. They can still require that you wear a mask. So have you been faced with this conundrum. How are you dealing with it..
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"So. I'm taking a note here prepackaged forms of judgment. That is absolutely fascinating. Because let's just say that our board of weld county commissioners here in colorado have long been at odds with the governor jared police's office and as you alluded to the seemingly capricious litany of arbitrary shutdowns and lockdowns and reopenings and changing mandates and guidelines and restrictions and. Well we just saw that ever rotating covert nineteen dial in the state being lifted. but it's interesting because For quite some time our board of weld county commissioners has come under fire because they are very consistent in their recommendation that we use the good sense. These are my words that the good lord gave us and that we'd be personally accountable and exercise personal responsibility throughout the pandemic in essence saying we're not in the business of picking winners and losers exactly right now. I had a conversation once with my son than this came out of it. And i i. It was completely divine intervention. Because i had no idea what is going to say before the conversation but i said you know what would What we're looking for is how you're exercising your judgment and what is judgment in my view. Judgement is the application of your values to the fact pattern before you to make a decision right so values. What are the values. You're employing when you look at this fact pattern so what your commission is doing is saying. Hey we value independent decision making individual responsibility and those kind of things. What others are saying. Is i want somebody else to make that decision. And tell me what to do and like texans where i'm from colorado. I think are really more interested in having the individual right to go make decisions for themselves because they know more about their personal needs and challenges than anybody else for example. I wouldn't recommend if you take a look at the at the komo busy issue. Seventy eight percent of all people who were hospitalized intimated died from kind of we're a bee's seventy percent so one might assert. Hey the real issues not either covid cova or age is obesity. But we know..
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"Saying that weld county. Government will not issue kobe nineteen restrictions and refugee relations. Regulations that by governor jared police's own admission are not even remotely enforceable something that he has said from the get go but well. That didn't stop the heavy hand of government from coming down particularly on businesses. That in government estimation did not subscribe to the letter of these covid nineteen mandates. Now i'm not recommending that you act irresponsibly but i find that so refreshing that there is a government entity that recognizes the fact that we're not stupid nobody wants to get covid nineteen. Nobody wants their grandparents to suffered the worst fat sur or their children their relatives of their friends people who are most vulnerable because of co morbidity or underlying condition same thing or any other number of situations that might make them more vulnerable to the worst of covid nineteen. And i think and i hate to say this but it seems as though there's an end game here one in which the media is fully complicit for the most part and that is this ongoing government effort to dumb us down so we can't even put one foot in front of the other absolute power and control. Andy know what they say about. Powering control right. It corrupts absolute power corrupts absolutely meanwhile back to array of consistency in this dark cloud of covid nineteen you had the board of county commissioners weld county saying in a statement yesterday. Well county government will not issue covid nineteen restrictions and regulations that quote hinder and individuals ability to manage the day to day decisions for themselves. That's not role and their family or a businesses right to run their establishment in a manner that works best for them and the consumers they serve in instead of talking down to the community the weld board of county commissioners is speaking up to the community to all of us again once once again saying you know what to do so do it..
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"Of impending to if folks keep easing off. We know what to do and we can be responsible humans and it seems to me that this is lapsing into a bit of hyperbole. We'll just put it that way your thoughts this morning nine seven three five. Three thirteen dropped me a text on thirteen ten k. f. k. A text line number for you our new cohort of texters. All you have to do is text. Kfi k. eight to nine seven four seven eight thirteen one the first time you use that number and then you can text away to your heart's content. But do you think it's a little much as we're getting Just all these. Just harrowing warnings from the cdc as you have the head of the cdc's oh impending doom. If people people keep easing off and again a standard disclaimer applies here. I'm not underestimating. I am not minimizing the effects of covid nineteen in the fact that we have seen over half a million people succumb to The worst effects of covid nineteen that we've seen over half a million people in this country alone died due to complications of covid nineteen. But let's just say. I'm a little bit jaded and a little bit skeptical all particularly when it comes to that ever rotating litany of lockdowns and guidelines and restrictions and fearmongering. I think that's the best way to describe it. Fearmongering that is coming out of the centers for disease control. Is it really that necessary. Or is it accomplishing an end game One who's end still remains to be written just asking the question this morning. Nine seven three five three thirteen ten. Meanwhile yet governor. Jared polis announcing Just this past pride or excuse me announcing just yesterday. I believe that the state is expanding vaccinations to pays two. There's the friday reference on friday april. Second now what does that mean for you. Well phase two includes the general public that means colorado and sixteen and older will be eligible for the vaccine. The pfizer vaccine and those eighteen and older will be eligible for both the madonna and the johnson and johnson. Vaccines but yes. This news was delivered in a very cautionary manner. Just because said governor jared polis just because we're opening it up to all colorado ones doesn't mean they'll get it the first weekend. I think we know the drill there. He said it's currently projected that all colorado who want a covid nineteen vaccine will receive it by mid to late may in about six to eight weeks. Paulus repeated his previously stated believe that life in colorado would return to some level of normalcy Maybe that's when the new normal begins by mid june. When asked about the statewide mask mandate police said colorado is moving toward more localized enforcement of covid restrictions. And isn't that how it should be and that the state is targeting april sixteenth to start handing over those decisions to local commissioners and mayors interesting to see. I don't know why. Do i see this tug of war. It's kind of like my puppy rudy. When he's got his rope toy. And it's like mean that needs crawling. Were pulling tugging. I just wonder how that transition to the weld. County commissioners is going to be just asking the question you know that relationship between the weld. County commissioners and governors jared. Police the governor's office. Let's just say it's an interesting a sixth community. Vaccination site is being opened at ball arena in downtown denver. There also be a mobile buses whether mobile distributing vaccines beginning. Next week now the ball arena site will open on april first this according to the colorado department of public health and environment by out to you can start making appointments if you're so inclined at that site now now colorado department of public health and environment said they will distribute two thousand three hundred forty doses of the covid nineteen vaccine on april first and second just right around the corner with a goal to increase administration to six thousand doses per day. The state has contracted with true care. Twenty four to operate that site now among the community. Vaccinations sites that were previously previously opened. One two three four. They're five of them. That includes the ranch events complex in loveland. Which is a community vaccination site in partnership with fema police went on to say colorado wins ages seventy and older and to a lesser extent. Those sixty and older will continued to be prioritized in the vaccination process adding please. If you are over seventy we want to prioritize making sure you are safe because you in that age group you are at the highest risk For well the impacts of the virus he also announced that at this point percents of colorado and sixty and older have already been vaccinated that includes seventy nine percent of folks seventy and older seventy one percent of people ages sixty five to sixty nine and fifty three percent of people ages sixty to sixty four overall one million five hundred seventy nine thousand five hundred and ninety nine Have been vaccinated with a first dose and nine hundred ninety. nine thousand. Six hundred in eighteen have been fully vaccinated. This as a governor. Pull us announcing. The state is expecting the courts according to a piece out of nine news by wilson breeze The state is expecting vaccinations to expand to phase two on friday april second again including the general public colorado in sixteen and older eligible for the pfizer vaccine. Those eighteen and older will also be eligible for the moderna and johnson and johnson. Vaccines eight sixteen. Now thirteen ten. Kfi a thirteen ten kfi k. A. dot com this time check. Sponsored divided candlelight dinner playhouse in johnstown bringing you an amazing musical production of little women starting april eighth and running through june. Sixth all you have to do is jump online. Visit colorado candlelight dot com for tickets and show information. Candlelight dinner playhouse.
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"The governor police rights as an enormous booster of all colorado products and our state as a whole an enormous booster will. Then why did you issue a proclamation. Seemingly taking sides urging us to eat plant based products only on up march twentieth. Oh addresses that as well as it goes on the piece goes on. I'm excited to see the grassroots movement. That my reason proclamation help generate in support and promotion of colorado beef products. Oh i get it governor. So that was your intent all along to energize and invigorate support of agriculture. Now it seems to me. There's a little bit now. There's a lot of bit of a spin going on here making lemons out of lemonade. I don't think that the governor's office expected the blowback that he'd be getting not only within the state as a twenty six counties across the state have declared march twentieth meet in day by any other name their sub really clever names out there as you know following welds weld county the weld county commissioners doing the same declaring ranching and agriculture day. Meet in day in colorado in response to the governor's proclamation. But no let's just say it's extended across state boundaries. As you've had a not only and i asked this question the other day and was so happy to find that not only did nebraska rail against this proclamation by governor jared police as you had nebraska governor pete ricketts declaring in support of colorado ranchers agriculture declaring meat on the menu. Day this saturday. In nebraska and wyoming did something similar as well basically showing its support for agriculture and the livestock industry not only in the state but across the country but again and i asked this of weld county commissioner scott james this morning as well. The apology tour continues for this ill-fated a proclamation again. Don't get me wrong. i'm not saying oh you must only eat this and not that. Isn't there a book by that name now. I would never be presumptuous to tell you what you should eat. That's up to you entirely while your doctor might have some say in the matter as well but Yeah i'm not gonna sit here and say to you. You have to eat beef on meet in friday. If you're not a beef eater that's totally up to you but i. There's just a contradiction. There's a little bit of cognitive dissonance going on here when you have the governor of the state of colorado taking a chunk out of its most lucrative industries in terms of the state economies and in this latest piece saying well.
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"The assault on american energy workers continues This with executive order of palooza. Yes did you realize in a build back better administration mile right now for all intents and purposes particularly if you're in the oil and gas industry it's more of a job killing administration. Yes yesterday was climate day. And what did we learn from a climate day. Wow we got more information about president. Joe biden sweeping reforms to curb pollution from those dreaded evil. Fossil fuels well reaction. According to a piece by dennis hispanic in gazette. Well came pretty quickly in the form of criticism praise and yes as kathleen Scott who is president of the western energy alliance Told us just a few days ago. Yes at least one lawsuit courtesy of the western energy alliance now colorado gas industry representatives warned of shocker pending severe job losses in the state while conversely comes as no surprise environmental groups and governor. Jared police praised the new rules as appropriately aggressive and yes the western energy alliance announced that it did indeed as kathleen scott told us file a lawsuit challenging president joe biden's executive order banning oil and natural gas leasing on federal public lands. You know it was fascinating during that a far-reaching conversation with kathleen scott with the western energy alliance where she said. Here's the deal to borrow a phrase. Come on the problem. Well there are many. There are numerous problems with this Sweeping revamp that basically is going to take us from an energy independent nation to one dependent on other nations argued that when it comes to this particular executive order that we're playing right into russia's hands now understand that joe biden and president biden and the vlad stir vladimir putin did have a conversation yesterday where president biden or perhaps. It was the day before yesterday. Check me on that. If i'm wrong but apparently energy wasn't part of the conversation was just a whole lot of huffing and puffing from joe biden saying. Don't you dare. Don't you cross us because there will be a swift and severe repercussions of course the content turf. The specific content of that conversation. Well not exactly abundantly clear but yes. The biden administration sued just yesterday over that executive order to halt oil and gasoline on federal lands and waters this kathleen s- told us here. Here's what you need to understand. You see i if you are working a piece of land that even bumps up against just touches the boundary of a federal designated lander waters as the case may be but let's just the relegate. The conversation for the purposes of this discussion to federal lands even nudges the boundary of one of those protected areas. Well so much for those leases. Now as i understand it. Existing leases are protected. But once again it's one of those stories it's kind of a cautionary tale because this arguably is just the beginning. This is the first swipe at well. Basically knocking the legs out from under the oil and gas industry now. The lawsuit itself was filed in..
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"Mary core. City fox news. President elect joe biden's team announcing its immediate agenda. Upon the inauguration president elect joe biden plans to hit the ground running once inaugurated the blitz of executive orders to redirect. The country without waiting for congress is chief-of-staff says the president-elect plans to roll back president trump's most controversial decisions which include restrictions on immigrants coming to the us from muslim countries and to rejoin the paris. Climate accord biden also plans on mandating masks on federal property and during interstate travel. Fox's jackie banias reporting and this is washington. Dc is beefing up at security in preparation for president-elect biden's inauguration next week there are security barriers all over the city here. We're seeing more security than even most dc residents are used to seeing washingtonians are used to heighten security. This is a different kind of level set. Twenty one thousand national guard troops stationed throughout the city including some five thousand active-duty troops coming of course in the wake of last week's riots. Up on capitol hill the national park service enacting temporary closure of the national mall as for president trump. Nothing on his official schedule this weekend. We haven't seen the president since he went to texas on tuesday. His twitter account remains shut off. So we're not getting those constant updates that we're used to one update we do have though is that the president plans to leave washington. Dc wednesday morning a few hours before joe biden. Sworn in boxes. Mark meredith reporting from the white house and big tech sites such as twitter and facebook have banned president trump from platforms in the wake of the capitol building. Riots last week. North dakota republican lawmakers. 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That's the latest weather checkouts more news and weather on our website at halftime newsfeed dot com after and mark. So there's a little bit of good news out there. I was talking about people standing up. And so paying and captain you had a story. I think out of italy where thousands of restaurants were expected to fifty thousand italian restaurant owners. This is from tap. Newswire dot com. Seems like a lot of restaurants fifty thousand. Yeah huge act of civil disobedience plans to conduct business as usual in spite of anti covid shares. Today friday the fifteenth of january so yesterday Over fifty thousand restaurants are planning to open an act of massive will deed disobedience against antics lockdown measures. Wow which have massively hurt the restaurant. Business especially small family owned businesses So this is supposed to happen yesterday. They were planning it yesterday. You know this supposed to happen. It says today. Friday fifteenth january were fifty thousand. Restaurants are planning to open so. I assume that if they were planning to open it would have been yesterday They had a hashtag called low pro. Or i am opening the translation. Okay says the movement is the largest countrywide active civil civil disobedience. Since the lockdown began italian position impe vittorio be Has backed the movement apparently saying in an interview. Italy's government is already facing internal conflict in crisis Early election is a possibility. Yeah the mood. In as rt reporting here the mood in one mellon establishment was seemingly festive with music blaring and a full house of unmasked customers ending.
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"Right. so they're starting They're twenty twenty. One term was something they're referring to as a soft open in a three day session. We're comparing piece this morning. Out of the colorado sun by john frank and jesse pau colorado general assembly assembly gets underway today Once again well they're doing it. In incrementally live will put it that way of state legislature plans to work for three days before adjourning until february sixteenth. Why are they doing that. You know the answer. It's a move. Designed to limit potential exposure to covid nineteen as case counts rise around the state might limit our economic exposure as well. Well it least delay because oh they're going to be busy now aren't they the timeout punts the ball. Couple the lawmaking. The road at least a month about the democratic led chambers. Say they need to pass a handful of what they referred to as time sensitive bills to address mistakes from prior terms. So what can we expect. Well the legislative session in colorado in many states typically starts with a bit of pomp. The mood is cheerful as lawmakers reunite with handshakes and hugs. Well of course. Needless to say the corona virus pandemic will squash most of that sentiment and some lawmakers may actually appear remotely from home the other big moments from opening we can again that session gets underway today when democrat and republican leaders in each chamber make speeches outlining their agendas approach to the session and governor. Jared police makes his state of the state address the following day. Well the speechifying will now wait until not only another day but indeed another month probably take place in february that state representative allah garnett the incoming house speaker saying that the false starts as he refers to. It is well rather unfortunate. but it's the reality of the world. We live in three day session corresponds to how long it takes to pass a bill through both chambers under statutory deadline rubber-stamped. To be sure as well once again it is the trifecta as the democrats. Hold of course. The governor's chair and both chambers of the state legislature split. Start pretty unusual. But what isn't during a time of covid. nineteen echoes. What happened in twenty twenty. when covid nineteen cases began to spread in colorado..
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"Msnbc is reporting a letter to speaker. Pelosi vice president pence says he will not invoke the twenty fifth amendment. They quote pence's saying i do not believe that such a course of action is in the best interest of our nation or consistent with our constitution. Meantime the new york times reports. Gop leader mitch. Mcconnell has told associates he believes president trump committed impeachable offenses and that. He is pleased. That democrats are moving to impeach him believing it will make it easier to purge him from the party. Jim brewster will be sworn in as a state senator. Today ending dispute over county ballots in allegany county. The us district court for western. Pennsylvania ruled on tuesday that disputed votes in these states forty fifth senatorial district should be counted. Republicans lost challenges in state and federal courts to democrat boosters narrow victory in november but on january fifth senate republicans blocked brewster from the oath of office insisting on another federal court ruling. The gop wanted to toss out twenty three hundred mail in ballots. It lacked a written date on the outer envelope but had been received on time. Mark steer who had see pennsylvania budget and policy center says the court ruled the federal claims of boosters opponent. Nicole zuccarelli failed on their merits there. No federal issue. That would stop counting those ballots. Which means that. Senator brewster's been reelected and he should take his seat. I'm envious sears. Reporting at a statewide taskforce appointed by governor. Roy cooper has released a sweeping set of recommendations aimed at ending racism in the criminal. Justice system. black north carolinians are nearly six times as likely to be incarcerated as white residents twice as likely to be pulled over for a traffic stop and also more likely to be jailed before trial. Don blais grove of the group emancipate. Nc says the police response to last week's insurrection. At the us capitol underscores how black and brown people often are treated differently by law enforcement and the courts and the start difference that was put on display is precisely why we need our legislators to take seriously the concerns that black and brown all over this country of raised about the disparate treatment. The north carolina association of sheriff's recently released its own report on law enforcement professionalism. It calls for changes to officer education requirements training and certification. The report opposes many of the task force recommendations including removing school resource officers creating citizen review boards and allowing public access to officers disciplinary records. I'm nadia ramleh gone. This is us. It may be a step toward economic recovery but it is not a bridge in based public policy. Group says it woke up. Some new covid relief package. But it's hardly enough policy matters. Ohio held an online form yesterday. Tell ohioans better understand the benefits of the nine hundred billion dollar measure. They include the direct stimulus payment. That nearly seventy percent of eligible americans already received also extends federal unemployment programs reinstates a supplemental benefit until late july research directors act schiller notes at three hundred dollars a week. It's half the amount the cares act provided we got hundreds of thousands of lost jobs state. And what's more. It's not a good time to be going out and trying to find a job. There's a pandemic out there so we need a more aid and we're gonna need it fast. This bill is really just a down pain. The incoming biden administration says passing a new relief. Package is an immediate priority. Mary sermon reporting. This story was produced in association with media and the public interest funded in part by the george gun foundation colorado community health centers or c. h. Sees as her called are shifting gears to deliver covid nineteen vaccines that after the governor there jared police called on these safety. Net providers to deliver twenty percent of the state's vaccine supply for people ages. Seventy at over poly anderson with the colorado community health network says are uniquely positioned to serve some of the state's most at risk populations including hispanic latino and black communities. They're also more likely to have multiple. Chronic conditions as a result of living conditions adequate diet and other stressors and so health centers are really key to reaching deep into our state to ensure that the folks aren't left out of affirmation efforts anderson says she's hopeful that h. will be eligible a tap funding from the latest relief. Package passed by congress. I'm eric gladys finally. Are eric ticket off tells us with a new slate of legislators and a new governor in khaleda conservation groups want to ensure protecting public lands is a top priority the montana conservation voters has launched the montana pushback campaign to keep people informed whenever environmental issues are on the docket in the capital executive director. Whitney tony says the pandemic is changing the way montana's in groups engage on legislative issues adding that conservation isn't a controversial issue in the treasure. State all of these big areas across the political spectrum. pledge to support independent montana's outward which me and we're going to make sure that they live up to their promises because of covid. Nineteen people are able to participate in a session remotely via video the legislative session. They are less april. The montana pushback campaign will be sharing updates on its website. This is mike clifford. Four public new servicemember listener supported around some of the nation's most interesting radio stations and always online at public news service dot. Org it is a look at your latest weather from the heartland newsfeed weather center today. Mostly sunny skies. During the morning. I was becoming mostly cloudy in the often. Southwest winds between ten and fifteen miles per hour high around fifty tonight mostly cloudy skies in the evening. I was clearing overnight. Low in mid thirties. There are partly sunny skies during the morning hours for thursday. 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FDA approves Moderna coronavirus vaccine
"Fda has authorized moderna coronavirus vaccine that comes after the independent vaccines and related biological products. Advisory committee voted twenty. Two nothing with one abstention to recommend the fda did so dr steven paragon a committee member and infectious disease and vaccine expert at the fred hutchinson. Cancer research center said quote. There's no doubt in my mind. It looks like the benefits outweigh the risks. From what i've seen on quote the pfizer vaccine continues to ship but states are increasingly complaining of fewer doses than expected. Michigan governor gretchen whitmer and colorado governor jared. Police were disappointed on friday. I still cannot get straight answer out of the trump administration about why michigan like many other states is receiving a fraction of the vaccines that we were slated to receive. There are millions of pfizer. Vaccines many right here. In portage michigan that are waiting to be shipped and there is either corruption or an aptitude at is keeping us from saving lives and protecting people. Bad news is the numbers for that we're going to get from visor are lower next week. Not just for us for every state the what we had been told before and i do call upon the federal government. I saw visors for nouncement that they had doses waited in the warehouse and they just needed to be told where to send them We say send them to colorado but we encourage the federal government to get those distributed out. They're not doing any good in a fight. Your
Governor to meet with evacuees, fire officials as historic fires burn in Colorado
"Jared Police is meeting today with some evacuees from the States major wildfires that Cameron Peak fire, the largest in state history. Charring more than 200,000 Acres, The East troublesome fire consuming 170,000 acres. As of this morning, the
Los Angeles judge orders release of migrant children, citing coronavirus
"Breaking news about a court decision affecting migrant children, The New York Times reporting tonight, citing the severity of the coronavirus pandemic, a federal judge in Los Angeles on Friday ordered the imminent release of migrant children held in the country's three family detention centers the order to release the children by July seventeenth came after plaintiffs in a long-running case reported that some of them have tested positive for the coronavirus applies to children who have been held for more than twenty days in the detention centers run by the Immigration and Customs Enforcement. Two of them are in Texas. One is in Pennsylvania. The judge in the case criticized the trump administration for spotty compliance with recommendations from the Centers for disease. Control and Prevention to prevent the virus from spreading in detention facilities. The agency had recommended social, distancing the wearing of masks and early medical intervention for those with virus symptoms. The judge wrote in her opinion. The family residential centers are on fire. There is no more time for half measures. We are joined now by the governor of Colorado Jared Police Governor. Thank you very much for joining US tonight. I WANNA get your reaction to this. Court order tonight. saying that the trump administration can no longer detain these children in dangerous conditions for the coronavirus. Well Frankly Lawrence, most of these children shouldn't have been detained in the first place. Many of them have aunts uncles, even parents older siblings that are perfectly able to take care of them. It's inhumane to effectively separated them from their families and place them in detention so really any reason is a good reason to help. Release these kids to love now there might be a few that. Don't have a family or loved ones and the need to be taken care of while their status is to is adjusted, but the vast majority I'm thrilled for them. I'm thrilled for them, not thrilled because buyers and thrilled because they're no longer be locked away away from their families for no good reason. And the judges is pointing out that the trump administration was actually true to its public posture about all this meaning. It wasn't really taking the virus seriously in these detention centers. It wasn't really doing the minimum that the CDC. was suggesting for detention centers like this. You know what we know about. This virus is whenever there's a congregate living facility, a lot of people living together whether it's a senior facility, a boarding school, a prison or a youth detention center. We know that this virus just takes off. And so that's why, in Colorado many states, we've taken a lot of precaution in the prisons, prisoners and guards, wearing masks, lockdown cellblocks, avoiding transfers in enjoyed out of them. You have to take very seriously any congregate care facility, and certainly those youth detention centers while the UN. Be there in the first place. If they are, there should've taken those precautions from the Gecko.
Jared Police And Executive discussed on Lewis and Logan
"City at started shooting, the swat team stormed the Bank and took the suspect alive so far. There's no word on a motive in that shooting through an executive order governor Jared police has created the office of saving you money on healthcare. We need to address the high cost of healthcare straight on. It's helped