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Nearly 3,000 in LAPD To Seek Vaccination Exemptions
"Thousands of first responders in Los Angeles and Washington state are seeking religious exemptions to avoid mandatory covert vaccinations authorities in Los Angeles a nearly three thousand sworn officers and civilian employees in the city police department are seeking exemptions to avoid being vaccinated against Kobe eight nineteen on the basis of religion and three hundred more are seeking medical exemptions police chief Michael Moore says he won't comment on the sincerity level of people who are claiming a religious exemption in Washington state nearly five thousand state workers or eight percent are asking to opt out of the mandatory shots dozens of Washington state patrol troopers and other state and local government workers have sued the governor Jay Inslee contending the vaccine mandate violates their constitutional rights and exceeds his legal authority I'm Jackie Quinn
Wash. State Coach Nick Rolovich Plans to Comply With State's COVID-19 Vaccine Mandate
"With Cuomo's bill. Sports Watches football coach reacts to a new covid vaccination mandate WS You. Head coach Nick Rolovich has refused to get the shot, saying it's a private decision at today's football practice, though in Pullman, Rolovich was asked what his plans are now the governor Jay Inslee, is requiring state employees to be fully vaccinated against Covid or have a religious or medical exemption. Well, I plan on following his his mandate. Sure. Are you going to wait until the FDA approves the vaccine to get it? Or are you planning on getting it soon? I'm
Washington Gov. Inslee Is Lying Over Children Covid-19 Mortality Rate
"Governor chop jay inslee. I think it might be the end of the day video. Cut one play. Cut the problem with that is. You're making a risk for everybody around you and you don't get vaccinated. You're a risk for your spouse your risk for your kids your grandkids. Your parents your coworkers. Because you are a bio reactor facility generating virus spreading it around including two kids who can't get vaccinated reread that if you're a fifty year old man who you voted for donald trump and didn't think kobe was a problem and you don't get vaccinated right now your arrest every kid in your city how. How do you risk them. We had that amazing video from dr mount macaroni last week. And i use it in my speech intending usa. Here's the truth. You fear mongering pile of excrement. Jane's lee the fatality rate for children in america from corona virus isn't fifteen percent is fine percent. It isn't one percent. It's not zero point five percent you utter disgrace you contemptible individual fatality rate for children. America from the corona virus from china from luanne is zero point zero five percent so he used a dad to say that he trump vote. Because hey you have to politicize it. Right who isn't vaccinated is endangering. All the children in his city is a contemptible big lie. Yes a big lie and you should be ottey ashamed of yourself but you're not because you're not a conservative you're not even liberal your comey.
Washington State Resumes J&J Inoculations
"An eleven day pas on the johnson and johnson vaccine amid reports of more than a dozen women developing rare. Blood clots governor. Jay inslee said saturday. That inoculations can begin in washington state after experts concluded. The benefits outweigh the risks.
Washington State to Replace US Capitol Statue With Native American Activist
"State is replacing one of its statues of the U. S. Capitol. The depiction of missionary Marcus Whitman will be replaced with one of Native American activist Billy Frank Jr Governor Jay Inslee. He was a warrior for the natural world. And the values that we hold so dear in the state of Washington, Billy Frank Jr was long time environmental activist and advocate for conservation, especially when it came to salmon. It's unclear exactly when his statue will be installed.
King County devotes $5M of its federal aid to fight Asian hate
"King County will dedicate $5 million of federal code relief money to fighting anti Asian hate Como's car. One take with the details in county executive down, Constantine says the money will go toward fighting what he calls the scorch of racism, white supremacy and hate. Cannot be tolerated in King County of the $437 million King County is receiving from the Federal American rescue plan. Constantine says five million will go towards supporting a coalition of local community organizations, he says shine a light on racially motivated hate and bias because we know that through education and visibility We can help deter that violence and that hate Constantine's announcement can be seen as a direct response to Governor Jay Inslee's call to action, Inslee says state leaders must speak out and take steps against what he calls a virus of hatred and
Did Trump feud with Gov. Inslee cost Washington a visit by hospital ship for COVID help?
"And battled with the White House During the four years President Trump was in office and compost Charlie Harder tells us about new reports over how deeply the president held a grudge. Washington State was the hardest hit at the start of the pandemic. In a new book, ABC is Jonathan Karl reports on a March 2020 Oval Office meeting between President Trump and Vice President Mike Pence, hence told Trump the Navy hospital ship Mercy was headed to Seattle. Karl reports, Trump said Governor Jay Inslee was a jerk. And had his secretary. Get California Governor Gavin Newsom on the phone. Put him on speaker phone and said, Gavin, You've been saying the nicest things about me. Don't you think this hospital ship should go to you instead of that jerk? Up in Seattle up in Washington state. The Mercy wound up going to Los Angeles instead. Governor Inslee spokesperson says they're not looking backwards but forward and goes on to say the governors approach saved lives. We reached out to former President Trump's office for comment. Charlie
Washington expanding COVID-19 vaccine eligibility on March 17
"Following just before President Biden told the country last night. He wants all adults to be able to get the covert vaccine. By May 1st Washington Governor Jay Inslee announced frontline workers will be eligible sooner than expected couples. Brian Calvert has the update. Several people told us the president's decree is offering a lot of hope, because only one state is open of vaccinations to everyone so far from the last Scott. So both of us Vaccinated and I'm only 22 Governor Inslee announced yesterday. Frontline workers and now eligible for the vaccine March 17. It does give me hope for sure People can't get vaccinated fast enough as more doses are headed our way. Seattle's first mass vaccination side of Blumenfield will open its doors tomorrow. And even though the state confirm 949 new covert cases just yesterday. The governor wants to open the doors for business is even more, he says. Washington will advance to a phase three opening March 22nd, which will allow restaurants, theaters and stores to operate it 50% of
Seattle to open one of largest mass vaccine sites in US at Lumen Field Event Center
"Vaccination center in Seattle could be the largest civilian led site in the U. S go Most Charlie Harder has the story Blumenfield Events Center at the site that used to be known as Centurylink Field opens a Mass vaccination center this weekend. The city of Seattle's Calvin Goings says more than 20,000 people a day could be vaccinated there when they hit full capacity. I want folks to hear me loud and clear to hear all of us loud and clear. Seattle. Help is on the way and together we can and we will beat covert 19. Right now. The limitation is the still low supply of vaccines. They expect to start out at Lumen Field by giving 5000 shots a week, But Governor Jay Inslee says that's likely to change soon. Because we're working together. We're gonna vaccinate Washingtonians. Like crazy at Blumenfield Charlie Harder come on
Seattle’s Lumen Field vaccine site to host largest civilian-run clinic in the nation
"Organizers say the newest mass vaccination center in Seattle could be the largest civilian led site in the United States. Almost Charlie Harder has the story. The Lumen Field events center at the site that used to be known as Centurylink Field opens a mass vaccination center this weekend. The city of Seattle's Calvin Goings says more than 20,000 people a day could be vaccinated there when they hit full capacity. I want folks to hear me loud and clear to hear all of us loud and clear. Seattle. Help is on the way and together we can and we will beat covert 19. Right now. The limitation is the still low supply of vaccines. They expect to start out at Lumen Field by giving 5000 shots a week, But Governor Jay Inslee says that's likely to change soon. Because we're working together. We're gonna vaccinate Washingtonians. Like Crazy at
Washington state teachers, school employees move to head of the vaccine line, Seattle schools to open ahead of schedule
"And across the country will leap to the front of the covert vaccine line Governor Jay Inslee changing his tune as President Biden declares educators to be essential WORKERS COUPLES Corwin Hank has the UPDATE initially is following the president's lead, saying teachers and child care workers may schedule vaccination appointments right away. The change means schools statewide will likely reopened several weeks earlier than expected, as teachers, including those in the Seattle district, dropped their protests over re entering the classroom before getting the vaccine. Still, some bitterness does remain. This should have really happened a long time ago. Teacher Geron a. Burkholder is president of the Issaquah Education Association. You know, I am excited to hear that the governor is now listening. So what educators have been saying all along. The change President Biden promises a huge new influx of vaccine doses. Teacher vaccines will be available largely through a federal partnership with retail pharmacies. Corwin
Seattle announces mass vaccination site at Lumen Field
"Is expected to grow a lot more in March because of a third vaccine comes Brian Calvert, with more doctors across the Northwest, say the new Johnson and Johnson vaccine changes things simply by adding a third option. Couple that with the fact you only need one dose of this vaccine, and there are now plans from or vaccination sites, we want to be a national leader and vaccinations. Seattle Mayor Jenny Durkin is announcing a massive effort to get this coveted shot in Maurer arms. We're going to make the vaccination sites in Rainier Beach in West Seattle permanent. We are going to be ready to stand up a mass vaccinations site at Blumenfield that the events that are there on Ben will have, as we get more vaccines will add to that, of course in the North and the condition of the Johnson and Johnson vaccine is also expected to impact other vaccines sites across Washington as doses of the third option should be delivered within a week. Ryan Calvert Co. Monium Governor, Jay Inslee, signing a bill into law designed to help some of the
Gov. Inslee Signs Relief Bill Waiving Liquor License Fees For Seattle Restaurants And Businesses
"Dangerous. Governor Jay Inslee has signed into law a bill that wave some annual liquor license fees for hard hit businesses during the pandemic. One time waivers will provide some financial relief. While the state tries to get back to capacity. The licenses can cause from just over $100 for beer and wine specialty shops to more than $2000 for restaurant serving beer, beer,
Playing favorites? Hospital boards, donors get COVID shots
"While millions of Americans wait for the covert nineteen vaccine hospital board members their trustees and donors around the country have gotten early access raising complaints about favoritism Rhode island's Attorney General has opened an inquiry after reports that two hospital systems offered board members vaccinations in Washington state governor Jay Inslee rebuke to Seattle area hospital system after it offered them to major donors hospitals in Kansas Florida New Jersey and Virginia have also faced questions about distributing vaccines to board members donors trustees and relatives of executives experts say the disclosures could threaten public confidence in a national rollout already marked by vaccine shortages appointment log jams and inconsistent standards state to state for determining who's eligible I'm Ben Thomas
Amazon will host a pop-up COVID-19 vaccination clinic at its headquarters in Seattle
"Is launching a pop up covert vaccine clinic as a state scrambles to speed up vaccinations. Almost cold. Miller is live tonight near the Amazon spheres where 2000 people will soon receive that first dose cold. Mary. This is all going to be happening. On Sunday morning at Amazon's Seventh Avenue meeting center. Amazon is partnering with Virginia Mason, which will provide the staffing and the supplies for that clinic. If you want a shot at getting a shot, you'll have to meet either those phase one A or one be requirements. And on top of that, you'll have to put your name down on a wait list. Teaming up with Washington state, Amazon is aiming to get 2000 covert 19 vaccinations into the arms of those anxiously waiting Virginia Mason also playing a pivotal role with the hopes of this being just a first accident in coming weeks to secure a potential spot. You'll have to hop on Virginia Mason's online wait list. Anyone 65 or older or 50 and older living in a multigenerational household is eligible. This comes as governor Jay Inslee announces a new vaccination goal looking to remedy what's been a slow rollout. Look, if we're gonna do 45,000 doses a day we need the federal government. Seo triple at least what their production is so far of the more than 829,000 doses delivered here, just 362,000 have been given or 43.6%. Each week, the state will determine what it expects to receive. Make decisions to maximize vaccination efforts. And then move those doses. Toe vaccination sites and providers. Please stay in touch with your health care provider. Please stay in touch with your clinic. Please stay in touch with your hospital. tonight, it sounds like all of those spots, maybe taken folks should be getting email confirmations with their their appointment. But again, there is this wait list, and if someone doesn't show you could still maybe get that spot. We have all the information on our website at com o news. Come back to you. All right,
Washington State Partners With Starbucks For Vaccine Distribution
"Governor Jay Inslee says his state is teaming up with coffee giant Starbucks to distribute the covert vaccine logistical assistance, which is quite helpful, in fact, training other entities how to run a high throughput, vaccination, said. 11. Starbucks employees will help lead the effort to vaccinate 45,000 Washington state residents each day. Two
Washington National Guard called to protect Olympia Capitol Campus for start of legislative session Monday
"Members of the National Guard will be activated to help protect the state Capitol In Olympia, the same time of mob was raiding the U. S Capitol Wednesday. An angry group of up to 100 people breached the gate of the governor's mansion. They stood on the lawn and demand to see Governor Jay Inslee. He did not come out, initially said yesterday that safety is a top concern will be security. We do understand the threat level is high. Given what happened the nation's capital and did it together his residence. This comes of the state legislatures set to open its yearly session next week in the same group pledges to go inside the closed building. The Guard members will assist the State Patrol and local police. Governors
What Washington’s New Reopening Plan Means for Seattle Restaurants
"News 2 30 this afternoon, Governor Jay Inslee is expected to update us with the latest on our state's coronavirus response when he extended restrictions for an additional week. Last time. He promised more details on a re opening plan this week. The current restrictions are scheduled to expire next Monday. But that could be renewed. Some restaurant owners across the state continue to defy the governor's the restrictions and a judge will hear their cases today. Almost Jonathan show reports from one of those restaurants just south of Olympia, then continues to allow indoor dining. Demonstrators showed up with flags and signs to support farm boy in front of the restaurant, but also use this time to encourage the state's Republicans to keep fighting for this cause. Last month, a Thurston County judge issued a restraining order against the restaurant and the owners could face contempt of court sanctions if they refused to shut down. Indoor dining. So far, farm boys racked up more than $50,000 in fines. Spiffy is insured. Hollis is the other restaurant If I The governor's restrictions. The owners there have been fined more than $60,000. They're also hoping the judge allows them to keep indoor dining going. Many restaurants across the state remain open but are only allowed to offer take out or curbside pickup. The governor's office says the vast majority of businesses are following these restrictions and believes the court's orders will be
"jay inslee" Discussed on Amanpour
"That are moon doesn't make a difference resiliency? I do think we're zillion see is kind of the common theme here. One of the things add surprises me as well is at resiliency was part of every other crisis. Reface it's what happened in England during World War Two and yet in America. We've polarized so much. Even this corona virus even whether or not be heard immunity or even whether or not we should keep a lockdown on for two more weeks becomes a partisan issue. Why is that well? I have an so troubled and dispirited Even though I'm trying to control my mood of divisions that are being created on purpose for political reasons I am Have I am a political scientist and I kind of love to study How governments operate and Decision. Making and the American system is endlessly fascinating. The constitutionists fascinating people. Forget that the first article of the Constitution is about the power Congress and the only the second one is about executive power. But I think that what is happening is because We I think waited too long to deal with the the virus Then you get into blame. Placing and the that creates automatic divisions between the federal government and the states and the governor's or blaming the mayor's or it's a blame game instead of a solution finding operation and it has been totally politicized I'd juicing by the President of the United States which I find very very sad and I have been asked whether I think he's You know doesn't believe in America. I think he's un-american because he doesn't understand our value system are and only propagates the divisions rather than trying to figure out how we find solutions together. You've written a new book which is just coming out about your life since being secretary of state and one of the many things you write about is organizing a group of What you could call madeline and our axes meaning former foreign ministers who you dealt with to keep meeting each year and thank you madam. Couple of years ago and then you took in Kansas City. This past year you went from the home of Louis the fourteen who said Lake Dot. Same Watt meaning. I am the state I you know. I'm in charge. I won everything To the home of Harry Truman who had a sense of humility that comes from being the president is at one of the lessons. You feel. We should apply today. I think definitely because here was a person that had risen to this incredible job through a variety ways of having served in the military and had a shop and then He was very political But I think the best thing about him was he took responsibility and one of the things that we saw there was the original sign that said the buck stops here which he had on his desk because he knew the thing. President United States ultimately meant that you that you had responsibility and that You worked with others. So they're all kinds of lessons from Harry Truman. I have to say he was my first American president. We came to the United States November eleventh nineteen forty eight and he had just been elected in his own right And so I followed his life and the way he talks And what he did but his clarity and responsibility is something that I think stands out especially you write that when you read about an international crisis you reflexively insert your name and place of the current secretary of state and think about what you might be doing in this situation so let me ask you. What would you be doing now if you were secretary of State? Well it doesn't make me seem very self centered but I am interested in the Secretary. States role is and how it works. I think that I would actually be doing much. Lower to reach out to those that we have to work with The partners and Really try to work and do kind of a a whole of government from the perspective of the United States because the secretary of State with the National Security Advisor can set the agenda and bring in other parts of their governments as well as mean foreigners that one has to deal with which would be trying to figure out how the intelligence community works together But I think that we're not taking advantage enough of the foreign policy capabilities of the State Department because in fact State Department has been kind of of Weakened in a number of ways by the number of people that have left or have been nastily and by the funding of it. So I don't know what the current secretary is doing in terms of trying to help the funding trying to in fact work with others abroad I think he's done some travel but is unclear what he's doing your famous for writing a book about those pens that you wear fact. It even became a traveling exhibition where your fans went on displays in museums around the country. What's you're wearing today? My father was with the Czechoslovak government in exile and his job was to broadcast over BBC into Czechoslovakia And he was gone. Bbc All the time. And I was a little girl and I listened to BBC and I know the following thing which is every broadcast open with the notes. The opening notes. Beethoven stiff done it. I knew him and in Morse Code. That is big Sherie and so I thought a V for victory Against the virus would be something that is appropriate or today and also reference back to my book. Secretary Madeleine Albright. Thank you so much for joining us. This evening stay well in Youtube Walter. Good to have this with you. Thank you one of her. Books was all about those broaches with a message and finally corona viruses causing some major cities to reimagined rethink the way they run. Milan is said to introduce a new scheme to cut the number of cars on the street. After lockdown thirty five kilometers of road will be transformed into psychopaths and walking space. That northern Italian city has been hit hard by the outbreak. And it's one of Europe's most polluted but under lockdown air pollution as we've been saying plummeted leaving blue skies and so let's hope it's a plan. Other cities can follow as we strive for Lena and Greener Future. That is it for now. Thanks for watching and goodbye from London..
"jay inslee" Discussed on Amanpour
"Up next. We will talk to governor Jay Inslee Washington state about how he's managing these twin emergencies corona virus and the climate but first here's correspondent Polo Newton with a closer look at that animal kingdom and that natural world that David has just talked about. They are loving lockdown hordes engines. Train whistles people out and about the background sounds of every day. Life gone quiet with corona virus shelter in place orders around the globe turning the tables on human norms. Animals are filling up the empty spaces from wild deer. Traipsing through the streets of Japan to lions lounging across the street's usually traversed by cars in Kruger National Park to herds of goats in Wales helping themselves to neighborhood bushes and flower beds. The animal kingdom is for now reclaiming spaces normally occupied by people in England. And No. It's not your imagination. Birds do sound lower phenomenon that some experts say comes in part from birds. Being less stressed by humans sounds causing them to congregate in larger numbers and more easily communicate with each other. What you're come in. The birds are more relaxed. They are not trying to get away from cars from the House of people even the heart of the city itself and in Thailand researchers. Say there's been a baby. Boom as sea turtle nests are at a twenty year high. Thanks to the absence of people walking in the sand where these endangered species lay their eggs. Some animals are noticing the void left by their human counterparts. Monkeys like these used to tourists feeding them on a daily basis swarm over little bit of food left behind the great apes and drafts and other wildlife used to putting on a daily show in the zoological homes. Some workers say they're now playing. The part of tourists mediate signs of sadness. They notice from the animals who still move like clockwork. Each day to the very spot they used to interact with spectators who are no longer coming to the parks but as spring blooms in much of the northern hemisphere the quieter gentler atmosphere may be beneficial if only for a short time. There's are waking from hibernation a bit more free to explore newborn ducklings baby elephants in the like emerging into the world at a time when the earth is vibrating. Just a little bit lasts and turning just a little more slowly. It's really a beautiful reminder of what could be and we turn now to the United States which together with China of world's biggest polluters. Let's not forget that Earth Day began in the United States. Fifty years ago offer a major oil spill off California back then. It was not ribbon. Bipartisan politics like it is today. Indeed Republican President Richard Nixon created the EPA the Environmental Protection Agency fifty years later Democrat. Jay inslee ran for president with climate at the heart of his campaign and as the current governor of Washington state he saw the first cases of corona virus appear in America. And the governor is joining me right now from Olympia in Washington Governor Inslee. Welcome to the program. I just WanNa ask you on on this climate. I want to start with the climate because you were really out there running for president on a climate platform just your observations on this fiftieth anniversary. How far we've come. How far we have to go. Well listen I know. These are hard times. But there's a big things to celebrate. Today we can celebrate that not even cove nineteen can still the voice of David attenborough. He is an international treasure. And so I thought I was. Maybe hallucinating that the birds are so much louder. Now that's not been confirmed by David attenborough. It's actually good news. We have good news that we continue to have tremendous achievements in building a clean energy economy. And I think this earth as a day to celebrate the potential of restarting our international economy by building a clean energy economy that can put millions of people to work 'cause massive reinvestment which our economy is going to need so desperately as we come out of this pandemic at the same time. We're building a new economy. That cannot destroy the planet. And I believe we're going to be able to do that. I believe the United States is going to regain its leadership position in the international community. We've got a great candidate. Joe Biden to do that so I think there's a lot to celebrate and I want to get a shout out to the guy who started this Washingtonian. His name is Dennis. Hays a good friend of mine with Senator Gaylord Nelson and he's still around in a vigorous advocate for these measures and we're making progress in our state. What we have a plan to decarbonised our economy. And I'm very proud of the work. We're doing let me just ask you. Do you remember where you were April? Twenty second nineteen seventy when the first birthday happened I was on my favorite planet somewhere on earth and that's as much our feet member to be honest with you but I was. I was fairly early to this endeavour I got started in this effort in one thousand. Nine hundred seventy two when I studied Environmental issues and I went to Stockholm Sweden. I studied we did a research project comparing the energy policies of Stockholm to Seattle Washington and we went to the very first United Nations Conference on the environment in Stockholm in nineteen. Seventy two. And so I've been at this for a long time and the lessons I learned way. Way Back. Forty nine years ago We're still the ones we're working on today. Which is you can embrace new technologies and you can reduce the impact on the environment will still maintain a really high quality of life. Those lessons have been good for forty nine years in every year. We improve our ability to do that. We just need the will to do that. And I can tell you from the United States. I think that is growing dramatically on this. Fiftieth Anniversary is certainly is in my state where we have past the best energy efficiency laws in the United States and the most aggressive decarbonisation laws for energy electrical grid and similarly good policies on transportation. So what's happening to my state? I'm very happy about got more work to do. So I look at today with all our challenges. It is a day for celebration. So let me just quickly ask you because it is also political. Now I in the introduction. I mentioned that is a hyper. Partisan issue and that the first EPA creator was a Republican president and during the last decades the world you all did manage to cure the ozone layer cure the holy ozone layer by very simple sustained appeal to get rid of. Cfc's if you could do it then. What is the problem now? Well it is a great conundrum and bit of a mystery of you. Know the first head of the Environmental Protection Agency was a Washington Bill Spouse who worked for Richard Nixon and in that regard so We have had good Republican leadership in in decades. Gone by and unfortunately it is. It is disappeared. It's a great void and we're looking for the day again when this becomes a bipartisan effort but while we are waiting and we cannot wait for the evolutionary process to evolve the Republican Party to produce some leaders. We have to act and frankly that means by electing people who will lack in the presidential race here in the United States this next year. I think we will have the greatest contrast of someone who has ignored science who has been deceiving trendy deceive Americans about the science of Climate Change. It has been an abysmal failure. trying to protect the health of Americans but we have another candidate who is introduced the first bill on climate change in the United States Senate. It was either one thousand nine hundred eighty six or nineteen eighty-eight and most importantly was very successful in helping rebuild their economy after the last collapse in the recovery act in Joe Biden led the effort that built ninety billion dollars worth of infrastructure in created three point three million jobs in in America. And I think we're going to have a really great race and I believe the person who is an optimist is going to win that and that is when American leadership will be restored okay. So you've endorsed Joe Biden clearly and all the reasons that you've just laid out and more probably but what I ask you is this because clearly the United States like the rest of the world is in a deep economic hole right now because of Corona virus the halting of the global economy and as always the poorest and the most vulnerable are going to be the biggest losers at the moment while all these disaster relief bills wanted better word go through Congress we also see the White House and the president tried to bail out fossil fuel fossil fuel companies.
"jay inslee" Discussed on Amanpour
"That time. Must have been about two billion on the planet. Now it's seven plus billion on the planet and a lot of this disease. Many assaying reputable doctors are saying is partly because of overpopulation and farming of these animals. What do you say to that? Overpopulation as dense population densities epidemics. Not New though. That was the black desk a few centuries ago. That was the great play in the Seventeenth Century. In which people are dying in huge numbers in conurbations in the in the big Conurbations but there were dense. Certainly London Pacific in waitress that of over the density of population was huge and people are dying in great numbers. So it's not new and anybody who knows anything about keeping animals TRAUMAS Well I'm anybody else. Looks off to a awfully peaches if you if you keep them in great defenses of the transmission of disease once it stops goes like bows and Benny difficult control. Well we all living in huge densities at home is happy has increased numbers of your sin three times as many as when. I was making my first program is extraordinary. So it's not surprising that in fact we're getting our come up from that point of view but it's not not nature. Don't make having revenge or anything like that. It is a basic facts life that you have huge densities population. You'll get diseases spread goody swift in one of the your latest film. A life on our planet was meant to have premiered last week ahead of Earth Day because of this crisis that has been delayed. What were you saying in that in that documentary? What were you saying about your experience? And and how you've watched these developments and legacy you want to leave the living world is your money. The filmmakers who suggested it a pointed out to me that actually I've had film record I've been making films in in the wild citizen. Nineteen Fifties Unin hundred fifties and before that I have bent memories of running in the in the English countryside and looking birds collecting fossils and being aware of the natural world and so I have seen that change but I guess I wouldn't notice that change. We're not very good at recognizing slow changes unless to have in fact been recorded until it's when I now look those films lakes covered in wildfowl Another I suddenly realized. Yeah that's gone that's changed and it's that record which has made it so busy to me as to watch us being going on in my lifetime and now while you're in lockdown you are also taking part in a in a BBC experiment whereby a lot of you at teaching young kids and you've decided to teach geography for awhile. What are you tending the kids? Why have you decided to jump into this fray? What's it like being an online teacher making special lessons in that sense? But an spend after noon. I've been recording An introduction in Psalm to some of the films which I've made in the past on which will be bought out and be showing again because they have a very precise educational quite a message in them and so I'm introduced. I look at the ocean. The Ocean to searches wild and they have creatures in them the data from this that and the other. And let me show you some of the things that goes on on the way toward into connected and then we will show sequences from who joined eat other series retired from the post and may all those being edited by people who are specialists in learning by television. In order to convey the messages that will be helpful Mike comment you're changed earning my introduction so I just want to end by saying you do have some solutions and you've talked about these make lodge no fishing zones to give stocks a chance to recover reduce land farming by half humanity must eat less meat. You believe and phase out fossil fuels. Of course that's a huge huge endeavor that the world is trying to get to but I also just wander ninety-three say you can't go out even to the park which is right outside your door. What is it like experiencing this at this point? I'm I'm unbalancing lucky. I've a reasonably large go. I'm an I walk and I woke found it more in the pasta three weeks. I suppose over a month that I have fears because I now cut asli different plants which on particular fund the way in which they eram began as I did updates quite yet so if I go out hoping that I'm going to see that particular change and of course The weather's been so lovely. The buds have been so beautiful It's it's such a consolation. It's interesting isn't it? The doctors of medical profession know of any well now that an appreciation of the natural world and contact with wild actually brings huge huge benefits in our pieces of mine. Peace Mind You. Pitch in terms of us are about happiness A relationship much. Well boy you have brought that to such massive global audience and we're all happy at you'll films. Thank you so much to David attenborough for joining us on Earth Day at fifty. Us BANK. Thanks you for going to work an for staying home for treating patients and having patients for being on the front lines while having our backs. Thanks for working together and playing. Podcasts you love. Us Bank can't thank you enough but we can do our part. That's why we have donated millions to help our customers employees and communities in need equal housing lender member. Fdic prepare yourselves. But time for brand. New Wreck and morty adventures is almost here wait what this is. What you've been waiting for. Neil Rick and Morty on adult swim governments around the world have been. Ill prepared to respond to the corona virus outbreak. But there's an organization that has been sounding the alarm for years about how vulnerable we all are to a pandemic the bill and Melinda Gates Foundation this week on boss files talk exclusively with Melinda Gates. About how her foundation is putting their extensive resources billions of dollars behind the development of a vaccine and what can be done for developing world including Africa which she says could be devastated by covert nineteen. Listen to the latest episode of Boss Files. Wherever you gave podcast.
"jay inslee" Discussed on Here's The Deal
"Think it is too today renting one question for one of our listeners. Whose name is Matt News. From Buffalo Grove Illinois. I have a question for Vice President Biden and governor inslee. This is a stressful time. And I'm wondering if you can both tell us what you do to stress relief from the anxiety when I hear the current Ludicrous noses out of the White House. Well I try to ride my bike and I got to read about thirty miles. Yesterday it was a Beautiful Day. I felt like a young man. I'm fifty five again. You know I felt great and I tell you what I look forward to. Those is playing on my grandkids again. You know this has been a stressful time for all of us and that I really forward to that day because that actually the ultimate relaxation. I know we're all looking forward to that. Well you know it's funny. We talked about this before. But it's the same thing with me. I Have A. I love to ride the bike although now I have a presidential secret service with men. There's a lot of and so it's Kinda hard you know. You're going to be a little constrained. But that's a price worth paying to say they're and they're wonderful. I didn't mean that but but I work out every morning and and the other thing we do is We do a whole lot of zooming with our grandkids. Yeah for real and Yesterday had five o'clock all the grandkids got on son daughter and everybody and we just talked for anywhere about half an hour and exchange. Well we're all doing. I got a six year old grandson. Who you know. We're doing remote learning because we had to close house obviously and he was given one of his science assignments to go out and make a list of birds and he was very excited. He told me on the phone a couple of days ago that he got his list. This is a lifeless. Or He's going to do the rest of his life. He had three inches. One Robin and three crows now. I'm very proud of is a six year old and I'm very proud of him. It's proud but whoever finds one robin I mean you see one Robert? I was very very odd. We'll look I kept you long time. I hope we can come on. You know the election and talking some more detail about global warming and the like but I think i. I think you're one of the really great governors and you do any job in the country but I really. I really appreciate your advice. You give me and I know I'm always bugging you for advice and input but I really mean it and what you've done in Washington state is real. It's consequential and I think that we can turn with the with a little bit of luck we can turn this. God Awful Circumstance. We're facing the corona virus into an opportunity. But we're going to come out of this stronger. I believe that Mister Vice President. I'm proud to endorse you for being the next president. United States for many reasons. I know that you have a willingness to follow science and really help us get us out of the cove in nineteen crisis. You're gonNA bring a reason to approach to that rather than just ignoring doctors. You'RE GONNA follow their advice a year to be honest with us which we don't have right now in the White House you're going to have a concrete plan for you know action within the next ten years to develop clean energy plan so we just don't handle twenty-fifty. I know that you have efforts to really do things in the next ten years and I'm very excited about this. I WANNA mention whether they're saying though that you should know that is at this time of great anxiety and suffering I think you're perfect for the moment to help to give people comfort and confidence in the reason I said that is it. I saw you help families. I don't know if you remember this but you out at joint. Base Lewis mcchord in Washington. Remember years back and you're comforting four families who lost their soldiers and I watched you tell them the story about how your grief that you had near. Life is over time term to the joy of memories and when I talked to those families that meant a lot to them and we need somebody with that human connection right now in this position and I believe you gotTa unique talent to to trade your heart for theirs and I just want to tell you. I can't wait to start providing that to America. Well thank you very much. Look I've received so much support and empathy for the things I've gone through my life loss of family and like but you know and I know you know. Think of all those people out there today who are alone who are and whether it's related to the corona virus from or not a friend of ours. Tell us how they had to say goodbye to their mom over. Telephone another friend. Who visited her mom in a nursing home? Thank God she's not dying but Just putting your hand up against the window and just just saying hey mom I'm here people just but there's so many people who've stepped up so many people have stepped up. You know you and I've talked before about my notion about. We had to return the soul of America. Where the soul of America? Yeah with ordinary hard working people who are busting going through. I've been through in a lot worse without the help I've had without the family. I've had getting up every morning. Put One foot in front of the other and it's remarkable country remarkable country. We can't forget these people though once we're out of this we can't forget them. We have changed the institutional circumstances. They find themselves in economically as well as in terms of their health. And we can do it. We can change. I think the American people kind of like blinders have been taken off and they've seen people that they're always saw but never understood how consequential they were before never understood. Just how important that person's stacked on the shelf and a grocery store is just how important that person driving. That mail truck is just how important that person is who walks into the hospital and is behind you to after they've rescued you. I mean it's just I pray to God. This is one of those moments where we move beyond where we were not just back to where we were. Anyway you're helping..
"jay inslee" Discussed on KOMO
"Governor Jay Inslee want the CDC to screen passengers for corona virus at sea tac airport I've asset that protocol include temperature and health history of people entries seatac from regions of China that have been affected by human to human transmission coronaviruses respiratory infection that could lead to pneumonia and other complications so far only one person in Washington has tested positive for the infection but sixteen others remain under observation new revelations about an unbelievable crime spree in the grand area early this week almost Kelly Bleier has details the thirty year old suspect in a string of crimes was arrested on Monday after Pierce county sheriff's deputies say he stole a car did state when he was being pursued the news Tribune reports according to court documents he then knocked on the door of a ninety one year old man and the suspect demanded at gun point close in cash the elderly man gave him close and twenty Bucks and was able to escape while the suspect was changing the crime spree started a couple weeks ago when a woman gave the man who was hitchhiking a ride in the following weeks he stole her car and broke into our home and tied her up with duct tape the suspect faces a string of charges including kidnapping gun in car theft and unlawful gun possession bills and set at one million dollars Kelly blir komo news a why crime spree came to an end in Bellevue police arrested three teenage girls for a series of crimes a started as a carjacking in Spokane Friday they then headed to Seattle were more crimes were committed please finally caught up with them Sunday after they are accused of robbing a woman at a Bellevue parking lot running over her arm the three suspects were tracked down arrested ability you nail salon getting their nails done with the victims credit card what is time is ten ten from Harley exterior sports does well the Cougars win tonight sixty seven sixty five over Arizona state the death of a popular college baseball coach is a strong impact on the university of Washington programmers como's bills force basketball and college baseball fans continue to grieve after Sunday's helicopter crash outside Los Angeles nine people lost their lives on their way to a youth basketball tournament course the most notable victims and be a legend Kobe Bryant and his teenage daughter also taken way too soon orange coast college baseball coach John out to belly his wife and daughter how to belly is a long time friend of university of Washington baseball coach Lindsey mags we talked over the summer about what our needs were like we would always do and John always says players but like John would tell me I don't know if I have the kind of players every year that you want you dealt with two current orange coast transfers on this year's roster dusty Baker is the Houston Astros choice to clean up the mess from their sign stealing scandal the seventy year old hired forest fifty big league manager job Kansas City Chiefs at everybody on the field for their first significant Superbowl practice today a ninety minute work out of the dolphins facility the only injury concerns for Casey defensive tackle Chris Jones was hobbled by a calf strain in the AFC championship game and tight end Travis Kelsey who's been dealing with a sore knee most to post season sport to ten and forty after the hour bill sports on the home of the Huskies come motive for.
"jay inslee" Discussed on KOMO
"Jay Inslee is attempt to get a clean fuel standard it passed into law and if Democrats even if they do fail to push it through the Puget Sound clean air energy clean air agency is ready to pass its own new regulations as we hear from almost calling shots over fuel standards could drive up gas prices dramatically but this has been one of governor in these top priorities for years it is a noble cause to see to it that Washington state will fulfill its destiny to lead the clean energy revolution in the world today Republicans were successful in holding back the fuel standard bill last year represent of Chris Corey of yeah come on this is a regressive tax it's going to cost are low and middle income families more money they are stretched enough the current bill in Olympia would require oil and gas companies to reduce carbon in fuels for cars trucks and other vehicles and if they do not they would have to pay fines which would then likely be passed on to consumers at the gas pump tomonews Tribune says that could be as much as fifty seven cents more a gallon and again the clean air agency says it's ready to pass its own regulations if Olympia doesn't Carlene Johnson come on new driver in weather is back then I'm Brian Calvert police tell the victim recover something he didn't even know was missing until he logged on to Facebook all right let's check traffic for you at ten thirty four with here Jordan how's the situation on highway eighteen but we're still look at the same time and that means we are fully blocked the eastbound eighteen it is akua Hobart road and this is all due to a land slide along tiger mountain and so you're able to get there you're seeing a bit of a backup on east eighteen as you're approaching is akua Hobart but that is our main problem right there you are really struggling on its class Hobart from highway eighteen but much of the way toward me valley road were assisting some crowding on cedar Grove as you're approaching its quad Hobart in that a lot of our back up north and one six nine around that area have cleared out but the thing about a half mile slowdown approaching cedar Grove approaching cedar Grove road there as well at west on eighteen that is able to get through at tiger mountain outside of that we've been working with a crash northbound I. five at two hundred that's blocking the right lane and that's causing about a two and a half mile back up north and I five is also slow with Seattle from Alberta to Seneca north one six seven still creeping along from two twelve to four oh five north bound for five heavy through rented into new castle this traffic reporter sponsored by Seattle symphony Seattle symphony thirty dollars sale is January twenty fifth to February first experience Beethoven the Count Basie orchestra and more for thirty dollars per concert in Seattle symphony dot O. R. G. forward slash thirty sale our next como traffic at ten forty four your call eco roof forecasters Kristen Clark morning sun quickly fades to afternoon rain and that rain could be heavy by the evening commute really slowing down the drive home also tonight snow levels lower to three thousand feet in elevation impacting the passes.
"jay inslee" Discussed on Climate 2020
"And I hope the Supreme Court will allow me to move forward on that the simple declaration of an emergency might have a rhetorical impact. But it doesn't give us any additional real authority to actually impact anything in my state so The Twenty eight tribes when you speak of the indigenous community I worked very closely with the twenty eight tribes. All of them are in support of my efforts including the things I talked about on the ORCA. Recovery Matter All of them are in support of my climate change actions the indigenous communities that I that I work with are the sovereign tribes. We have twenty eight sovereign governments that I work with. They're all very much in league with what I'm doing. Because they understand that as the salmon goes so go we and water temperature is important because the water temperatures. Here's now are so hot. That salmon literally can't survive in them. So I think I can legitimately saying I'm saying I'm doing what we should do. Everything that I can under my illegal Opportunities now there have been some people here who have asked me to do things that are illegal And I can understand that urge but those those things ultimately are not productive because the court can can stop that and I don't believe adopting the Trumpian approach of doing things that are illegal is ultimately good for this effort. So I think we're doing the right thing and I'm GonNa continue on that course. Yeah I would. I think thanks to actions that you've taken in your attorney general's taken and I think he's like Oh for fifty or sixty or we beat him. We've beat him twenty either twenty one or twenty three times in a row now and so I think the course we have which is which is to be as assertive as we can under the law as it now exists now. I'm trying to change that lawn. Many many different ways My my state by the way has done some great work but we have not done enough We need to have a more assertive way to reduce carbon emissions from our transportation sector. He is the real bugaboo in our state. So I'm pursuing a low carbon fuel standard that will insist oil and gas companies. Give us cleaner fuels with less us. Carbon pollution associated with him. And I tried to. I could not get through my legislature last year. I will try again this year. I need a couple more votes to do that. We also need a zero Automobile Standard so that the auto industry gives us more zero polluting essentially electric cars. So we have more work to do in my state There's really no place in the world today. That's doing all the things we have to do. And so I can tell people from Washington we've done as much more probably than any state in the country but we still have to do more and that's just a recognition of scientific reality so one final final question before we wrap up. How far should the President United States go to try to address the climate crisis in twenty twenty one absent The ability to move. Thanks through Congress us well. The president can do a ton through executive order under existing statutory ability I believe the president has the ability he to move dramatically to increase The acquisition and usage of electric vehicles I think dramatic things can be done done through executive order to reduce carbon pollution in the transportation sector. I think dramatic things can be done to eliminate the use of coal dramatic. Things can be done through efficiency and our appliances and the like so there is a huge amount. The president can do through existing statutory authority using executive authority properly Utilized now trump has abused that in the opposite direction. And fortunately he's been so grossly incompetent and idiotic. I mean his administration really cannot run a two car funeral and as a result we basically have been able to stop him for the vast majority of things he's trying to do but for a president who can tie their shoelaces says we can do a whole bunch through executive authority and I would encourage presidents to use everything in their toolbox to do that because we just don't have have that much time The science is indicated that this is going so much faster than we predicted. You look at like some of the melting. That's that's occurring in the Arctic and Greenland is much much earlier things that we were predicted to happen in twenty forty or now happening today. Okay and so. This is something that demands urgency. Now there's some things that we'd have to get congressional approval through. It's one of the reasons I think we need to eliminate the filibuster filibuster so that if we do get a majority of people who want to act in climate we can actually do something and I hope. I hope the Senate will see the wisdom of doing that so pedal to the metal. The science demands it and our grandchildren deserve it. Well I got some nice way too close I I will say my co host David Gelber. WHO's the chairman of the years project? Object and executive producer of years of living dangerously says. Hello Oh my best. Thanks for what you guys are doing. We really appreciate what you're doing here. It's you can't overstate the importance. Portent of of your efforts bring this to the forest. So thanks a million well. It's our pleasure. So thank you for coming on the show you shit. Don't forget the vote. 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"jay inslee" Discussed on Climate 2020
"WanNA feel productive and this is there's no greater argument for job creation than this then in this field clean energy jobs today are are growing twice as fast as the US economy Jobs in solar stew your way way past those was in the coal industry and the thing. That's beautiful about this is that is that there's something for clean energy in every part of the country it it sort of. You can't go to any state where there isn't not some dramatically increasing jobs in Iowa. The winters are sprouting length of corn in Nevada. Yeah I was just there the other day we're mgm going one hundred percent solar. I went to the Cooper or copper mountain photovoltaic plant where the w union members did it great work building. These massive solar plants in Moses Lake Washington were building carbon-fiber that goes into electric cars Just wherever you go in Florida where I went and saw these companies installing solar panels. It's just all across the United States. So that's number one. Why it's important number two? This touches the basic character of the American people and that is that we are optimists. We are future us. We're looking forward. Not backwards were the people who invent and create bill. This is the nature of the American people and and so it touches this spirit of optimism that can do nature we're not people sitting around wring our hands we want to invent the future and it speaks to that and I think that's let's Both in the Democrat Republican breast. If you will so a third look at science based on science and and the majority of Americans vast majority now understand that we don't have an option we've got to act including about half a republicans if you pull about about half the Republican voters actually think we should do something about climate change. It's just the Republican politicians who are in the pocket of the oil and gas industry in camp break that lock walk that special interest. That's what's impeding the legislature national legislature from acting. But the people get it now. This hasn't happened than before and it's like we haven't won this before in a presidential race because we've never really run on it before it's never been tried and it's like a lot of other things. There's there's there's I. Nobody elected African American President till till Obama. Nobody's GonNa Climate Change Winner until twenty twenty. But you know that's why I I happen. So if we get a candidate who will really powerfully advocate this and a and go after Donald Trump on an offensive basis rather other than in a defensive crouch will knock his socks off. So I'm very convinced that okay. Yeah that's very definition of a wedge issue or a winning issue I wanted to which and you're right? I've always referred to it as the seventy five twenty five Roy when you get to seventy five percent of the voters who are least are willing to consider you know significant action. That's that's the moment you have to take action at a national level and finally there on climate change. I wanted to talk a little bit about Some of the things. You're dealing offense in the states and in the state of Washington with because you're right there with the oceans scientists pretty clear that species are affected water. skit warmer and I wanted to talk a little bit about your Orca Task Force because it the story about J. Thirty five carrying her dead calf ron for seventeen days. I'm sure you've quite familiar with the story. But you're Orca task task force Goes away this this month and I know you've been getting some calls to try to deal with that issue to potentially deal with the damning the issue that keeps the salmon from coming in that helps and I know there have been some other calls to see you know. What can you do as the governor of the state of Washington to help protect those orcas and I just was curious? I if you had thoughts wants your task force goes away. What because the ORCAS and the salmon are both confronting climate change? They just can't talk about it. Well this is something that touched everyone who knows this story of this. Mother ORCA carried her calf or seventeen days. Fact I'm looking at a cedar box that I painted in her honored. I'm sitting right here in my in my den of residents with It did this in honor of her in her calf in sort of traditional channel style so this is very affecting all of us including myself and my family so we intend to do everything humanly possible. I created you're proposed about a billion dollar recovery plan for ORCAS and it has From soup to nuts and the things we need to do and it has to be Dozens of actions to save the ORCAS. We have to start with the fact that they're starving to death because they have a lack of salmon and we have to do so so many things to restore salmon runs including access to spawning grounds which involves removing culverts. And I've been very aggressive in spending the hundreds hundreds of millions of dollars necessary to remove culverts. which will open up spawning habitats of the salmon can get upstream? We're doing a lot for our in stream environments because little salmon have to have yield grass to hang in so predators. Don't eat them up and we're trying to restore you'll beds. We are very active in trying to reduce the interference with the ORCAS feeding from noise. Because ship noise can interfere with their echo-location they hunt using echo location. So we've adopted new rules to slow down traffic. And the like we're doing a lot to try to increase the protection of our streams from water temperature. The streams are heating up because of climate change. And we're doing what we can to give them shade trees along the shoreline to keep the Salmon Hammond so the salmon actually Perhaps the most critical part for the ORCAS protection. We're also working on the toxic because as you know their bio accumulators leaders of the top of the food chain so toxicities that they eat accumulates in each generation and so we have a I've proposed one of the strongest anti toxics laws the United States to keep toxins out of the industrial chain. So they don't end up the water up in the tissue that interrupts the reproductive cycle full of of Arcos and. We're looking at Issues that how we manager rivers and potential dam removal as well in the task force is making recommendation Shen about that to study what the possibilities are in that regard. How could we replace the dams? They provide Transportation Asian and irradiation services. And so we're looking at. Is there a way that can replace that way to provide those services to people so this is a massive effort and we can't can't wait decades. We have to do things like right now. And that's why this year I took some emergency action for instance to increase spawning habitat. I spent about two hundred seventy five million dollars increasing culverts and I was roundly criticized for that by the way by legislators because they refused to do their job to actually do. This work worked for Salmon. So I've been pretty aggressive on this. I think for good reason while I'm glad you raised that dovetails with the next question. I wanted to ask you. Which is the task force that you convene you know really was only able to get to eight of the thirty six recommendations that were so? They sort of broadly issued in in March. So I'm I'm sure you've got some other plans that you can and you know things that you can do as the governor. I'm just curious if you think that's enough and I wanted to tie it to a second question. which is there some indigenous groups that have been asking you to declare climate emergency agency which carries some policy implications? There are folks who are asking that of the governor of California and several of other governors who are in the US climate alliance with you. There's likely to be a governor who's going to declare climate emergency which will have policy implications. I'm curious if you thought about whether you should be that person whether you know how much you can do. As the governor of a state you know absent legislative action to either declare climate emergency or to deal with things like we. We've just been discussing with the ORCAS. Well Hell I've been saying this is an emergency for years and years now. This is no news and I've acted on that that's why I issued an executive order which was the most powerful executive order of any governor Two and a half years ago that would actually limit carbon emissions from our industries Unfortunately court has thrown it out and that is now an appeal in our state Supreme Court. I'm eagerly awaiting that because that will put in place the strongest what you might call an emergency action by any executive in the nation.
"jay inslee" Discussed on Climate 2020
"Welcome to climate twenty twenty a podcast about climate change twenty twenty. I'm David Gilbert of the Climate Media Company the Years Project and I'm Jeff Nesbitt I founded climate nexus climate communications group. It's Thanksgiving and we're GONNA take the the week off and but we're going to play the entire interview. Jeff did with with Jay Inslee a couple of weeks ago and before we leave today Let's let's say a few words about what we are thankful for here on Thanksgiving. Jeff you take it. I so because Thanksgiving time where you spend the holidays with your. You're with your family. I am genuinely truly thankful for the great work that my kids do. They're all grown. Now might my oldest son started a nonprofit automatic mobile that saving lives all over the world. they work with thousands of community. Health workers in far-flung villages in Nepal in India in countries in Africa and. I'm very thankful for you. Know the work that his his organization does my daughter is up pediatrician in San for Cisco spends her day in the queue at UCSF Children's hospital saving license mice. My youngest son is a lawyer who has taken on big industries. I'm genuinely genuinely truly thankful for the great work that my kids do day in and day out. Jeff I've I've met your Your son Josh who created a medic mobile and I gotTa tell you he is just an absolutely amazing human being and I'm going to nominate him for a Nobel Prize in about ten years. Well thanks for that I well. Of course I feel that way but it's hard for me talk about my own kids objectively. That's fair enough What am I thankful for? Well I am very excited and I guess thankful that Hollywood has done a movie. That's going to come out in about three weeks. Call Just mercy which is story about a guy on death row in Alabama. You'll know what you into down in Alabama you get from the moment you bowl McMillan. We're done missile McMillan please. It's an amazing story in the movie I understand is just superb. It stars Michael B Jordan Jamie Fox and it is based on a story. Ed Bradley and I did when I was at sixty minutes. This was done in Nineteen ninety-two win. It's a it's a story about a story about a guy who was totally innocent and was was being kept on death row in in Alabama both before and after he was convicted And the man was totally innocent. And so I'm thrilled. That our story about Walter mcmillen Olenin Bryan Stevenson will be will be in walls all over America. I'll tell you what David is a powerful strata chance to see an advance screening of it when I was at Sundance Sundance last week And your your name in lights produced by David Gilbert as at Bradley shows up on the screen people are going to love this story. They're they're gonNA love the performances by Jamie any Fox and by Michael Jordan it is a powerful.
"jay inslee" Discussed on MSNBC Rachel Maddow (audio)
"For tuning out the white house are as we've been putting it here on this show for a few months now watch what they do not what they say and i think this is a well earned mantra for this most unusual presidency at this show. We have tried to follow this as best we can as a general rule rule from the very first indications we had. They were always lying to us every time they talked every time they put someone on tv including on this show every time they were asked for comment. It was always always always untrue. Even though i believe that this is the correct way to treat this administration ministration with all my heart i have to also say though that honestly just as a citizen. This is a weird principal right. It is awkward to not feel like it's appropriate or responsible to pay attention to anything that is said by the white house or specifically by the president i mean i know this. President does deserve that about treatment but it's also hard because there is only one president of the united states and so telling yourself that in order to be responsible about the news and what's going on in our country. You have to ignore everything. He says. It's just weird imagine having president again where where when he or he or she says a thing that's a good reason to believe that thing is true or that thing will come to pass or that's an adequate reflection of the president's true or feelings or plans or actions because the president said so in there for you can take it to the bank. I mean we've had that with good and bad presidents in the past. We might have if that again someday in the future. If this particular presidency hasn't broken the institution entirely well tonight after a particularly round the bend barking at the moon day of craziness from the trump white house tonight on this show we are going to two things first we are going to report on what they are doing not what they are saying some of what they are doing today is truly startling and we've got one of the lawyers here tonight who i think is likely flee to stop this new latest trump policy from ever going into effect. It's a new policy that involves locking up immigrant kids so we're gonna be talking about that but tonight. We're also going to be talking to one of the democrats who has spent these last few months vying with twenty or so other members of his own party to try to replace this president washington governor. Jay inslee launched his presidential candidacy this year saying the purpose of his campaign was climate change. He has aggressively simply put the issue of climate forward as the center of his message to the center of his campaign and as what he says he says ought to be the center of what the democratic party as a whole all is offering the country right now. Jay inslee pitch was basically that not just him but all the democratic candidates ought to be running on climate but his campaign has not ended up being like a one note john cage symphony inslee has been in there throwing punches on everything everything climate yes but also everything including the current president greatest geopolitical threat to the united states right now governor inslee the the biggest threat to the security united states is donald trump. I'm proud of standing up for unions. I've got a plan to reinvigorate collective bargaining so we can increase wages..
"jay inslee" Discussed on 1A
"Support for this podcast and the following message come from Google from Connecticut California from Mississippi to Minnesota. Millions of businesses are using Google tools to grow online learn. How Google is supporting businesses in your state at Google dot com mm slash economic impact? This is one A.. I'm Joshua Johnson in Washington. Ask voters what will drive them to the polls holes next year and the answers tend to be the same healthcare. The economy immigration but climate change is rising up that list a C._N._N.. Poll from this April show that four out of five Democratic voters say fighting climate change change is a very important factor in their choice for president four out of five Jay Inslee has made climate change the centerpiece of his campaign for President and he says his experience as the governor of Washington State gives him the experience appearance to solve some of the nation's big problems like healthcare. He joins us in studio as part of our interview series foresight Twenty Twenty Governor Jay inslee welcome to one A.. Thanks for having US and talk about the future we appreciate that we also appreciate your questions for the governor whether you are in Washington state or from there or from anywhere in the country so e mail us one a at w. a. m. u.. Dot Org comment on our facebook page or tweet us at one A. Governor Inslee. Let's begin with the same question that I start all of these interviews reviews with why should the American people elect you president well. We have a country that needs a leader that will help us defeat <hes> the existential crisis of climate change. We need a leader who has had experience in that realm and also a leader who has demonstrated the ability to build a progressive community around progressive values that has demonstrated economic growth and therefore is the perfect <hes> leader to defeat Donald Trump and
"jay inslee" Discussed on KOMO
"Only stay connected stay informed the home of the huskies komo news what's coming washington governor jay inslee wanted to talk about climate change but was he able to get his message out i'm jeff pohjola with a ramp up of the first democratic debate and is there a new problem aboard the seven thirty seven mac i'm corwin hake live what simulator testing has turned up first a._b._c. news at five thirty good morning the democratic field for president so big that it had to be split into two debates the first ten went last night in miami and a._b._c. political director reclined says you saw this ideological split and i think it was an important one when you had people like elizabeth warren and build a blasios say look the answer to president trump is to go far left essentially to to embrace the progressive roots of the party to be bolder the next set of ten including the front runner in the polls joe biden goes tonight president trump starting a meeting of the g twenty in japan with a working dinner with australia's prime minister asked about how his relationship with allies is he said pig i can say very easily that we've been very good to our allies we work with our allies we take care of our allies we generally speaking i've inherited massive trade deficits with our allies at least one person is dead several others are heard in a pair of bombing attacks in the capital of tunisia one of the bombs went off near the french embassy brian clark ABC news. komo news one thousand ninety seven seven it's five thirty one right now as we start this thursday morning june twenty-seventh cloudy and seattle but rain in the north some this morning seatac airport right now at fifty five degrees with gregg hersholt i'm manda factor here the top stories from the komo twenty four seven news center each of the candidates got into few shots that first democratic party presidential debate last night in washington governor jay inslee struggled to get his message out get more from komo's jeff pohjola this was the first of two debates each with ten presidential hopefuls on stage one of the questions from the n._b._c. news moderators was what is the biggest threat to the united states five of the ten said climate change washington governor jay inslee was not one of the biggest threat to security united states is donald trump much of the debate focused on immigration but inslee was able to talk about his signature issue the only candidate he's made this commitment to make it the top priority If you join recognition of how important this is. region have a unified national emission according to tallies from both the new york times and the washington post inslee spoke for only five minutes in total the least of any candidate jeff pohjola komo news a newly uncovered safety risk on the boeing seven thirty-seven max could further delay the troubled planes returned to service we get the update live from komo's corwin hake and boeing confirms f._a._a. simulator testing turned up the new issue what we piece together is that simulator pilots discovered data processing by an onboard flight computer could cause the plane to dive boeing calls this uncommanded motion and that's similar to the software flaw it located in those two deadly crashes now a boeing spokesman tells komo news the company agrees with the f._a._a. finding is addressing the issue as part of its broader software redesigned it's still unknown if or for how long this new issue will delay the max's return to service the plane has been grounded worldwide since march thirteenth reporting live corwin hake komo news still no verdict in the thirty year old double murder case the jury in snohomish county will continue deliberating today the fate of william talbot he's accused of killing a canadian couple of nineteen eighty-seven and we've told you it's the first of its kind case to go to trial detective used in genetic genealogy websites and d._n._a. found at the murder scene to find the accused killer coming up on the komo morning news gets a world record for clean energy i'm brian calvert with this week's distinction for our state five thirty four right now and a kobo aaa traffic.
"jay inslee" Discussed on WMAL 630AM
"The restaurant in chicago in question a place called the aviary now if someone had spent in the face of What's her name Obama? Obama daughter malaria. I know it's me. And Sasha, which is actually Natasha. It's a Soviet name. John Brennan, who voted for the communist party candidate to head the CIA. if someone at a restaurant owned by a known conservative head spat in the face of shell see clinton or malaria obama or natasha the communist spy obama or so then that would be a big story say this story is not i if c._n._n. gets around to reporting us they'll laugh about it it's this is a good news story for them and i'm gonna i to get into this a little more deeply in in a bit also i do have there is this funny jay inslee jay inslee is the the governor believe it or not as a democrat of the state of washington where they let illegal aliens go after they've been arrested so that they can murder people which got a story on that today too because they refused to cooperate with ice so you know some people are going to have to die in the name of i don't know something here's jay inslee he knows how to solve the problem at our southern border with all the people coming across in some people drowning in the rio grand river but it never happened under obama beyond day one what would you actually do to fix the immigration system m._s._n._b. will follow the law which is to allow people to have a silent requests we do that will provide humane treatment for them and not separate children from their parents we certainly confront the causes of this immigration we go one of which is we have climate refugees now because the climate crisis is making central america uninhabitable for large parts of people large keeps calling that hoax we have climate refugees and we have to help give a chance for those people to stay in their ancestral homeland there three things we can do i'm up to that task there in central homeland how how patriarchal how white man's burden how condescending how white supremacist does that saying there ancestoral homeland you racist oh after his raise your taxes fix the weather then the border will be okay this is the chris plante show washington's ma w. m. a. l. washington comes to talk crash.
"jay inslee" Discussed on NPR Politics Podcast
"We we create we invent we build we we build new technologies whenever there's been a transition America's done. Well, and there's going to be a big transition to me this frames. What seems to me like a pretty risky bet. Jay Inslee is making. Because most definitely if you take it as a given that climate changes and existential threat to our planet and our future children and all of that. Okay. Yeah. Well, then what he the bet he's making is that voters hearing climate change at the forefront of his message are going to weigh that above these other things perhaps because to your average person what is of more immediate. Consequence is do I have do. I have a job is my job going to be to a factory somewhere else away of paid leave at my job. It might being paid a fair wage at said job or do I have healthcare all these all these things not necessarily just economics? I think there is some research that that is starting to change. The question is would that change fast enough to serve in place for the primaries? So last point from Jay Inslee is that again, it's all about climate change. It's not change throughout this interview. But he is using that as a way to try and politically outflank some of his opponents, we've talked and I think in a couple other of these opening arguments podcast and also another podcast episodes about this this unexpected big debate that broke up about the filibuster. Right. Like, I didn't expect filibuster reform to be a top issue in the in the primary the way that it was for a little bit. He is longtime house member before it became Washington governor, and he was one of the first people saying, yeah, the filibuster which three second refresher. If you don't remember is as basically in order to pass any most legislation in the Senate, you need the support of sixty votes, you need the support of sixty senators which in all, but a very small handful of cases means bipartisan support, he saying you gotta get rid of that you need to be able to pass bills with just fifty one votes because because otherwise these big solutions are never going to happen. Otherwise, you can't adjust climate change. I believe in democracy..
"jay inslee" Discussed on KTRH
"Totals. The highest number released so far. Bernie Sanders at eighteen million Kamala Harris twelve Peter, but a gig seven seven million. Andrew Yang one point seven million. Now. None of those candidates were officially in the race for the entire quarter. So that's their hall for a shortened period. It's also worth noting that Bernie has a national fundraising operation having been a national candidate in two thousand sixteen. He raised two hundred million dollars a lot of money. He raised a lot of money in two thousand sixteen. And one of the things that's interesting about that. A lot of rich people. Flirt with socialism. And I truly believe it is guilt. It is the same guilt that causes them. To take vacations in third world countries. It's the same guilt that causes them to talk about white privilege. It is it is this guilt. It's very important to them. To sort of cleanse themselves of this guilt that they don't struggle. And so that's where they they do the. This idea where they get this idea. Where's my Jay Inslee story? Sandy wrote up a report on Jay Inslee. Give me just a moment. I'm going to find it. It speaks to this very issue. It's over here. No, it's not Jay Inslee is the governor of Washington. And he just pull it up. He's subjecting his staff. To this. What's it called implicit bias, or whatever he whatever his term for it is? And here we go. She writes, Washington governor. Jay Inslee is running for president. He has a very low intersection score. The only thing he gets points far as growing up poor. And being a greenie waiting at an event in Washington DC the. Governor of the state of Washington claimed that Americans who don't buy the idea of unconscious bias, which is the idea that everyone especially white people are a little bit racist or sexist if you don't buy the unconscious bias argument, then you're from non enlightened areas of the country. So if you're from California or Oregon or? State of Washington his state, then you're one of the good people. If you're from Louisiana, Mississippi, Texas, you're one of the bad people. He's forcing his staff to take courses on implicit bias is said quote. In fact, I have my cabinet members take training in implicit bias. Because we believe in diversity in my state at some of those places, they don't quite get it s the unenlightened places around the country that are not as progressive as Washington. You know, the basket of deplorables. You know, the stupid people. Like, many of the other democrat hopefuls ends lease in favor of abolishing the electoral college. And part of the reason there. Is the electoral college gives rural voters representation. And we all know that rural voters go to church on Sunday. And we want you to go to the church of the government, not the church of the Baptists. Can't have that the state is the provider. The state is the newer the state is enlightened. We can't have you at some small town school that reflects the values of the community at some small town church where you worship we can't. Have you holding fast to tradition? Heritage history beliefs faith. You see it is an attempt to mold the country to the progressivism that they don't just preach to get elected. These people are the converted and like zombies they're headed out to convert the rest of us because.
"jay inslee" Discussed on The Axe Files with David Axelrod
"A transition since the transition from the steam engine to the internal combustion engine and win there are transitions like that america should lead not follow and we should seize these economic opportunity this was built for us this challenge was made for america because americans blossom and thrive when we exhibit optimism and innovation in entrepreneurial talent so this is a kind of problem that is in our wheelhouse it was designed for americans to solve if we have the right message in leadership and i hope we get it soon we're going to take another short break and we'll be back with governor jay inslee and other issue that's come to the fore and you mentioned earlier is daca and what we do about these young people who are the children of undocumented immigrants uh and through no fault of their own now find themselves in this noman's land uh and under threat of being returned to countries they never knew uh because of the uh decision of the administration at any the uh obama order um w what is the at what are the implications of that decision and how likely do you think it is that congress will in fact step in and deal with this problem well i think the injustice the innate inhumanity the lack of empathy of shown by the president in this case as speaks for itself it's difficult to think of how uh duplicate is uh the president has been were if uh essentially we offer these dreamers an opportunity that if you step forward.
"jay inslee" Discussed on The Axe Files with David Axelrod
"And now from the university of chicago institute of politics and cnn the axe files with your host david axelrod moldable many moons that service uh when people start flamer conjecture gillem about two thousand twenty his governor jay inslee of washington a former member of congress successful governor now head incoming of the democratic governors association and one of the leading voices in the country on the issue of climate change i was in seattle recently and sat down with the governor to talk about that and many other things governor jay inslee it's so good to be with you here in uh in the great state of washington in seattle we love evan david axelrod in the house good news and stay washer now the bill at a ends lease in the state of washington for a very long time right you this is no you in my great here now i we love migrants and that's why i am so infuriated about the daca essential by the president today would i had work at tychy a claim to be one good pivot but we'll get to a are or were eager an hour we'll have a high feelings about this nor fifthgeneration stay washing so we've been here quite a while and i love this dayton we voted for a long time tell me about you grew up here in the seattle area don't seattle boy went to high school a married my high school sweetheart my mom and dad them among uh was a homemaker and worked at sears.