17 Burst results for "Jennifer Clary"
"jennifer clary" Discussed on Mental Health Comedy
"Bernstein good morning. Hello added jennifer. Thank you for those kind kind words about our company. We appreciate your support. Oh my god i. How many sticker books did i go through. How many sticker. Pats ten thousand sticker pads. I just kept getting them for you. It's okay for me the the ripping off of a sticker. Those those pads saved my life. And i want to. I want him have those pads for for adults. That's what i want. I want the emotion. I wanna do the stuff that your your book. You wrote this incredible book. Lifeline will talk about but i wanna see a lifelines Toy a line do not fear. Yeah i thought that might becoming tell me about how a kid you growing up as a kid. You're five years old and you're having these thoughts. What what are you thinking in your head. And what's going on in your family yeah. Unfortunately i'm thinking in my head. I cannot show this to anyone and must do whatever i can to hide it from the world so i basically took two paths. I'd say the first was to deny disassociate in repress every single thing i was feeling and put on a facade of perfection and validation through achieving perfection and then the second was to retreat into my imagination when ever i could create a fictitious world with imaginary friends and like this beautiful blissful place where anything was possible in the boundless expanse of imagination. You actually wrote as a little kid. You wrote what you call verses which has found its way into your book lifeline so that that force that that life force that was in you and in your imagination you were using it at a very young
"jennifer clary" Discussed on Talk Radio 1190 KFXR
"We're back with two very smart ladies from different spheres of the water in the clean water industry, and they're really making us a lot smarter as it relates to all of this. We're back with Jennifer Clary with clean Water Action Organization and in the sticky with the North Texas Municipal Water District. Now just have to brief questions on conservation before we want to move on to reclamation. And that is, Are there any statistics out there on the need for water conservation, and when we might run out of water if we don't conserve, and we'll start with Denise and then we'll let Jennifer way in. Thank you, Bernice. And that is a wonderful question, because that's really top of mind for most every consumer I'm actually mentioned at the beginning of the episode. They see all this water in Washington. We conserve But in the state of Texas, you know again. We used surface water supplies on B have to have a certain quantity permitted by the state. A man as our population grows. We have to meet those demands. And so the cheapest water that we have today is what has already been developed. And it is estimated that over the next 50 years to meet our water needs that a quarter of our water supplies are going to come from conservation and efficient use of the supplies that we have today. The state of Texas, and each of the water providers are really tasked with undergoing education campaigns and initiatives to help raise awareness and provide consumers with tips and things to do that they can Um Best management practices of where can you save water? Where can you use water efficiently, water saving tips that you can implement that hopefully become day to day habit. So that it will conserve our water that we have today. Until we have toe, you know, build another new reservoir or look for a new additional supply, which is gonna be quite expensive. Indeed. I can imagine. Do you ever anticipate something? You know how like with the power company, Denise, they brown us out. Or they have rolling brownouts. Would y'all ever get to a point where you might Bring the water down to a trickle. If people are using too much or anything like that, well what you would see Woz that something similar to what we did during the historic winter event where we had high water demands. And so we asked as a water provider for this citizens to limit their nonessential uses of water so that we could meet the needs for firefighting, water treatment and delivery for our basic human needs and ensure that we have a quantity of That's getting torto hospitals and medical facilities where the water is most critical. So we asked them to, You know, um, you know, don't run your irrigation system when it's not needed. It is raining during the winter months when your grass is dormant. Turn your irrigation system off and wait till the growing season and then check to see if you actually need to walk, you know, need to water or at supplemental water based on the amount of rainfall you have, so there's a lot of different tips. That you will have that we asked residents to, you know, reduce their nonessential water use and that's critical in a drought period. When we have no rainfall, and our water supplies are diminishing. I recall you saying that during our Snowmageddon or Isom again that you saw increased water use we did And that was very interesting. And while we can't really put a finger on it, we can say that it was probably a multiple of things. Individuals were at home. Families were gathering where there was electricity, and there was water so you'd have a larger increase of water within individual homes or different service areas. And of course, one of the main thing is we. It was asked to let your faucet drips so that it doesn't break. EPA estimates that a small drip or league can waste up to 3000 gallons a year. We deliver water over 1.8 million people. Typical household would have a kitchen, possibly two bathrooms. So you're going to drip in the kitchen. You're gonna drip drip both the saints and probably both bathtubs. And so that collectively is a lot of water saved. That we can then deliver for those critical needs of firefighting, our medical Phil facilities and you just our basic human necessities. Indeed, that's a lot of faucets dripping. I had all mine dripping except one and the one that didn't rip this one that burst it. But could there ever be a point when there's just no water? We're in a very high drought period. What happened? You know, I don't think that we'll see the time when there is no water or hopefully no gap in the tapas. We call it individuals will just have to learn to use water differently. It is a limited resource. And so we have to start treating it as a limited resource and using it wisely and efficiently. I think some of us had that opportunity, though again a few weeks ago with busted pipes, I did I learned to conserve water because I didn't have a lot and I was having to fill up my tub from my next door neighbor's water rose and agree with that. I think a lot of times, um your consumers or your users of a natural resource. Don't appreciate our value or realize its value. So you're in the corner. And you don't have it to use such as electricity and or water during that winter storm, and then you really start to appreciate it. The problem is when those instances where events Are gone. We lose that in our mind until the next event occurs. And so what we are tasked with in the water industry is having that top of mind through education programs such as jurors through the clean water, you know programs that they have to keep that top of mind so that it becomes a day to day behavior indeed, and now is a good time since many of us in North Texas just experience Phenomena obeyed without water. Thank you so much. We want to move now to talk more about reclaimed water, so How much you want to start with you, Denise, Because I know you all do a lot of this at the water district. What.
"jennifer clary" Discussed on Talk Radio 1190 KFXR
"His granddaughter helps you keep streams running and helps keep temperature cold helps the fish continue to run clean water for a long time. Work on Source. Water protection with this the best way. Have clean drinking water is to make sure that you get dirty in the first place. And so we work on trying to ensure that potential contaminating activities don't interfere with the ability to have Rainwater that requires minimal treatment. Surface water streams, lakes and ponds. Yes, and ground water. Is the water underground that we don't typically see. That's correct. Got it? And I want to talk a lot about pollution. But let me first. Ask Denise because she is with the water management district. What is y'all's used the water management district between surface Groundwater and how they interact and intersect for you all as a municipal water provider, and we just have a couple of minutes before we're going to go to break. Bernice. We have the North Texas missile water district uses surface supplies. All of our water is above ground. And back before our creation, the original members cities, they use groundwater supplies well, and with the growth in the North Texas area, the leaders realized that they needed to have an alternate supply. And while the corps of Engineers was constructing, like Laban for flood control The group is a four sided individuals with the state of Texas and wanted to utilize the water supply that was being stored in Laban for flood control as a water supply for municipal purposes, So all of our supplies are a now surface water supplies. And you had to build these right cause, like Laban was a lake that was man made. And so you all have continued to do that to provide the water that you do at the water district. Correct. That's correct. While the district did not construct live on it was constructed by the Corps of Engineers. We do have a right to use that water that is stored. We are currently building a boat. Our lake, which is in Fannin County, that the district is constructing itself. But yes, we actually use the water supply that has been stored in several corps of engineer reservoirs. Let's go to break and after we come back from the break, I want to ask you how that compares to the big municipality city of Dallas and city of Fort Worth's water sources will be right back on the other side of the break with Jennifer Clary from Clean Action Organization. And in the sticky with the North Texas Municipal Water District. Thank you ladies will be right back. We want to give a shout out now to our sponsors that is for a fax the world's largest environmental experience promoting environmental awareness through Expo conferences, Film.
"jennifer clary" Discussed on Talk Radio 1190 KFXR
"In the world, the limited supply of fresh water is becoming one of our most precious resource is also water is a renewable resource. We all know about the water cycle where water on earth gets circulated and recycle naturally by being drawn into the plants in the rain, and all of that. So why is it then? That is so important for us to conserve water if it gets naturally recycle. And why are there places like California that keep on suffering from severe water shortages? Water is such an important substance for preserving life. Scientists looking for evidence of life on other planets regard the presence of water as a vital clue in developed nations. We tend to take water for granted because it flows easily out of the tap when actually over. 50% of the United States population depends on ground water for drinking. And ground water also is one of our most important sources for water irrigation. Unfortunately, round water is acceptable to pollutants. In fact, a study of ground water quality off the principal aqua firs in the United States conducted way back in 1991 and 2004 show that 23% off domestic wells had contaminant. As levels greater than human health benchmarks. But hopefully things have changed for the better now and here today to help us explore and understand all of this more. Are two very knowledgeable experts from different segments of the whole spectrum of the water industry, and we're very excited to talk with them and have them make a smarter about all of this. Today we have with us, Jennifer Clary with Clean Water Action and Denise Hickey with the North Texas Municipal Water District. As I said, Jennifer is with the clean water action. And they are a nonprofit environmental organization that was founded during the campaign to pass the landmark Clean Water Act in 1972 Clean Water Action.
"jennifer clary" Discussed on Talk Radio 1190 KFXR
"To help me living Healthy Planet radio to today's show on groundwater pollution, conservation and reclamation. And we're back with two very smart ladies from different fears the water in the clean water industry and they're really making us a lot smarter as you related to all of this. We're back with Jennifer Clary with Clean Water Action organization. And any picky with the North Texas Municipal Water District now just have to brief questions on conservation before we want to move on to reclamation. And that is, Are there any statistics out there on the need for water conservation, and when we might run out of water if we don't conserve, and we'll start with Denise and then we'll let Jennifer way in. Thank you, Bernice. And that is a wonderful question, because that's really top of mind for most every consumer I'm as you mentioned at the beginning of the episode. They see all this water in Washington. We conserve But in the state of Texas, you know again. We used surface water supplies on B have to have a certain quantity permitted by the state. A man As our population grows, we have to meet those demands. And so the cheapest water that we have today is what has already been developed. And it is estimated that over the next 50 years to meet our water needs that a quarter of our water supplies are going to come from conservation and efficient use of the supplies that we have today. The state of Texas, and each of the water providers are really tasked with undergoing education campaigns and initiatives to help raise awareness and provide consumers with tips and things to do that they can Um Best management practices of where can you save water? Where can you use water? Efficiently, water saving tips that you can implement that hopefully become day today, have it S so that it will conserve our water.
"jennifer clary" Discussed on Talk Radio 1190 KFXR
"And we're here with two very smart ladies on various aspects of water conservation. Had water usage, and they come to us from very different fears on the industry, which we feel makes us really smart today. I'm learning all that They have to say we've got Jennifer Clary with Clean Water Action organization. And in the sticky with the North Texas Municipal Water District. Welcome again, ladies and thank you so much for being with us today. Thank you for having us you before the break. Both of you all had weighed in on the intersection between ground water on and surface water. And I remembered an issue all at the water district, do it in an intentional basis. But my question that comes to my mind for both. Or either of you is, Is there ever an unintentional mix of the two? For example, I know that ground water is the water in the ground that Below the surface, and it does things and then surface water is saying maybe from the lakes man made here are in North Texas. What have you would you ever have? An occasion where Groundwater is seeping up into the lake along with this pollutants. Is there. Incidents of perhaps unintentional. See Pidge are merging of the two in my experience is more common the other way around. We're What business are carried by surface water and infiltrated into ground water. Okay, And I would agree with that, Jennifer, I think you know it's really important that Massive population. Each individual needs to realize that their actions can affect um the environment in a negative man or whether you're.
"jennifer clary" Discussed on Talk Radio 1190 KFXR
"Streams running and helps keep temperature cold helps the fish continue to run clean water for a long time. Work on Source. Water protection with this the best way. Have clean drinking water is to make sure it doesn't get dirty in the first place. And so we work on trying to ensure that potential contaminating activities don't interfere with the ability to have Rainwater that requires minimal treatment. Surface water streams, lakes and ponds. Yes, and ground water. Is the water underground that we don't typically see. That's correct. Got it? And I want to talk a lot about pollution. But let me first. Ask Denise because she is with the water management district. What is y'all's used the water management district between surface Groundwater and how they interact and intersect for you all as a municipal water provider, and we just have a couple of minutes before we're going to go to break. Bernice. We have the North Texas missile water district uses surface supplies. All of our water is above ground. And back before our creation, the original members cities they use groundwater supplies, wealth, and with the growth in the North Texas area, the leaders realized that they needed to have an alternate supply. And while the corps of Engineers was constructing Lake Laban for flood Control. Group is a four sided individuals with the state of Texas and wanted to utilize the water supply that was being stored in live on for flood control as a water supply for municipal purposes, So all of our supplies are now surface water supplies. And you had to build these right cause, like Laban was a lake that was man made. And so you all have continued to do that to provide the water that you do at the water district. Correct. That's correct. While the district did not construct live on it was constructed by the Corps of Engineers. We do have a right to use that water that is stored. We are currently building a Road are like, which is in Fannin County that the district is constructing itself. But yes, we actually use the water supply that has been stored in several corps of engineer reservoirs. Let's go to break and after we come back from the break, I want to ask you how that compares to the big municipality city of Dallas and city of Fort Worth's water sources will be right back on the other side of the break with Jennifer Clary from Clean Action Organization. And in the sticky with the North Texas Municipal Water District. Thank you ladies will be right back. We want to give a shout out now to our sponsors that is for a fax the world's largest environmental experience promoting environmental awareness through Expo conferences, Film.
"jennifer clary" Discussed on Talk Radio 1190 KFXR
"We all know about the water cycle where water on earth gets circulated and recycle naturally by being drawn into the plants in the rain, and all of that. So why is it then? That is so important for us to conserve water if it gets naturally recycled. And why are there places like California that keep on suffering from severe water shortages? Water is such an important substance for preserving life. Scientists looking for evidence of life on other planets regard the presence of water as a vital clue in developed nations. We tend to take water for granted because it flows easily out of the tap when actually over. 50% of the United States population depends on ground water for drinking and groundwater also is one of our most important sources for water irrigation. Unfortunately, round water is acceptable to pollutants. In fact, a study of ground water quality off the principal aqua firs in the United States conducted way back in 1991 and 2004 showed that 23% off domestic wells had contaminants. As levels greater than human health benchmarks. But hopefully things have changed for the better now and here today to help us explore and understand all of this more. Are two very knowledgeable experts from different segments of the whole spectrum of the water industry, and we're very excited to talk with them and have them make a smarter about all of this. Today we have with us, Jennifer Clary with Clean Water Action and Denise Hickey with the North Texas Municipal Water District. As I said Jennifer is with the clean water action, and they are a nonprofit.
"jennifer clary" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"In for my dear friend Dan Dan will be back on Monday next, and We've been busy the last couple of nights talking about a variety of issues related to the covert 19 experience, which is everybody is experiencing it to some extent or another. Before we introduce the guests who are here. To add a little bit of comfort and stress relief to your day in mind. Let me tell you a little bit about them. And then we'll play a clip from the podcast called the Mental Health Comedy Podcast, which is terrific. The woman you're about to me is Jennifer Kalar, Each child and family therapist. She's written several books. Connected parenting is one of our podcasts and also the title of our book connected parenting, How to raise a great kid and she's written a bunch of other stuff, and she's very well respected. And their co pilot is my childhood friend, and we are still friends to this day. His name is Ed Crasnick. He's a writer on award winning Emmy winning writer comic Actor producer He's appeared in The Sopranos Ellen, Just Shoot me, Dr Katz on and on and on. And one of the really good guys in the business and let's listen to a little sample of what they do with the mental health comedy podcast. Want to tell you that you're listening to mental health comedy with that Crasnick and Jennifer Clary? And right now, joining us from beautiful Los Angeles. Howie Mandel, are you? Are you in the house? I don't think there's anybody alive. In the human race that at some point in their life is not going to need a coping skill. You don't have to have a CD. You just have to be human. So most of us live this way. Don't even think about it just feels normal to us to beat ourselves up in our heads. Right? So the first stage is to be like, huh? Do do that there Is this this voice in my head? That's always telling me I'm not good enough and why don't bother and don't even start and you're gonna get happy about it. It's gonna get wrecked anyway, so why bother? And that's sort of like that theme song that's playing, so the first step is actually to notice it. Now, in times of stress. Those those theme songs will always play but knowing that they're there and learning how to turn them up or down is actually really, really important Skill savings. I think it's a bad rap. Everyone thinks it's It's bad, terrible thing, which, when it's out of control, it is But it's really just there to keep you alive, and it just didn't is interested in in saving your life. The brain can't if you put someone in a more oy, and they're pretending they're playing golf there, imagining that they're playing golf or they're actually playing golf. It's gonna look the same. The mirror neuron cells light up. There's a part of the brain that cannot tell the difference. Al Pacino is now doing a master class on anger. We have a clip. Sal Pacino's Masterclass on angered Okay, so The folks that Master class approached me to give a master class. Oh, my God. If you've turned your living room into a disco because you.
"jennifer clary" Discussed on Broken Brain with Dhru Purohit
"You're like a like a zen monk orlando a buddhist this girl but with the high q. component right that's a great way to put it because you're not just listening and with no reaction at all and saying that nothing's affecting you actually need to let people know kids that you get it and a lot of that is not just what you say. It's what shows up in your body language. Oh yes tone and really yes. That's absolutely right and that's why i call it a superpower and that's why i say it's not just for parenting like you will approach conflict you you will be able to deescalate people if you really stick to this and it takes practice and it sounds a lot easier than it actually is. When you go to practice it and we'll actually take take it apart a little bit more to so people have the foundation and <hes> it'll change how you respond to everybody it. You'll you'll barely have conflict in your life. It is it is that amazing the one thing that's so important and you kind of alluded to this when you were talking about the zen thing <hes> it will it will not work if you are just trying to get a result it won't it's. It's a very it's it's such an affect affect based technique. It will only work if it's genuine because when it's genuine you feel it and that's when the mirror neuron cells <hes> get excited and that's when the camp the those reward chemicals release if you're literally doing it to manipulate someone it won't work you know that's a here's a great example of that going back to <hes> polyglot theory the the human mind and in our legal system is designed to notice the difference between a real laugh fake laugh and there's so many layers into it and has nothing nothing to do with the laugh now. It's actually that when we are fully laughing we are is zoot and there's a thousand little micro little intercession versus when somebody's doing a fake laugh like ha ha ha and there's no smiling of is our body intrinsically knows that this isn't isn't really so. It's not that our brains are looking at it and saying like oh. This person is definitely just trying to get a result. That's why they're doing this is that we won't elicit. Dat miro non effect in our own. Reality is what you're saying absolutely and it something that happens like it. You can feel it happening and if you're if you're having a conversation like this another person in someone else's witnessing it. They're also going to get the oxytocin release like it is something i keep putting my hand on my chest because that's where you feel it right. It's not an appear appear. It's a here right in. It's it's quite a beautiful thing and quite often when you mirror really well to someone they'll cry because it just feels so wonderful. It just feels so so incredibly delicious to be heard yeah amer had a mentor is ron kelly out incredible individual who who <hes> had gone through really tough <hes> situation when he was younger that led to this work and this development that he focused on and he would train <hes> executives and top agents in hollywood and people on wall street who are in a high sort of stake sales environment <hes> <hes> but at the top top topmost level and one of the things that he would say <hes> about their work said you people can always tell when you are just trying on a closed deal hundred percent because there's things that naturally happen in your body where you won't be nearing them if you actually look at when people are vibe ing. They're learning from each other. They start to match body language youth. If your hand is over here my hands over here some crossed their leg you know people can pay taxes doesn't see that and we're not intrinsically thinking that's what we have to do <hes> but we just do joining our connecting overcoming guess you're absolutely right and i think about that all the time and when i was reading your work work i think that that is a natural or just even the fundamental component of that i contact when we present with people when we're looking them in the eye off a notice even growing up. My parents meant the best but i can tell when when i wasn't really being seen her they're upset but they're not. They're not <hes> you know. They would be talking a distance of like you're doing this like. I'm not getting a look in the eye or the sometimes there would be. It'd be like look in the eye and it's the brute force sort of approach of like like you need to see how serious i am about that yeah so there's so many things that are happening in the background that lead to this point of authenticity absolutely and it it really is the best way to think about it as resonance right if you hit a tuning fork and there's another tuning fork nearby it's going to start vibrating the literally have to the have that emotional resonance and if it's not exact it won't work if your agenda is. Let's just get this over with or let me see if this works or just get this kid out of the store. It's not gonna work it it you literally. That's the hardest part is suspending your agenda. It sounds easy but really sort of stepping into their world and seeing it from there is whoever it is is is not easy to do the altea a quick story because this is an example of how you can use it in everyday life. I i used to work for the school board in toronto and i had i worked in the inner city and i never had my own parking spot. I always had to block win and had like ten different schools that i worked at and i was <hes> coming to this school this morning and one of the teachers <hes> i asked if i could blocker car and and she said well fine but i have a dentist appointment at eleven thirty so you better move your car by then so no problem. I have a group at eleven different school begun. I end up dealing with this whole crisis crisis with this kid from another school who called me and said he had a gun in his backpack and then i had to call that school in that school was he never did but we didn't know that for a long time. There's that school was on lockdown. We at the police police involve we had it was a whole thick and of course at eleven thirty. I hear jennifer clary. Please move your car jennifer calorie. Please move your car. I can't move my car yet. Because i'm dealing with the situation i came down. Maybe fifteen minutes later and this woman she'd curly hair and i it was literally standing on end. She was beside herself. She was so mad and she'd already been standing there for fifteen fifteen minutes. I'm sure rehearsing what she was going to say to me and as soon as she saw me she swearing how dare you completely. My own hair was blowing back from this yelling and i'm the school social worker so if i react to her and say. Do you have any idea that morning that i just had how dare you beat me like i can't get in a fight with someone in the parking lot on the school social worker that does not look good right so i had to collect myself which in the moment it's not easy to do but i had to literally in and i use the so often fennell comes so naturally to me. I literally just looked at. I walked up and i said oh my god. I literally promised you that my car would have been gone fifteen minutes ago. You've been standing here for fifteen minutes and you're late breer appointments. I'm matching her a her <hes> her emotions. I am not arguing with her. I'm not defending myself. I'm not being. I'm being quite neutral. I'm not being defensive. I probably made three or four statements and she was literally like you know she just you could see. You're trying to come up with something but she couldn't. Because it was happening thing i get her. I am mirroring her and she is being literally chemically calmed. The oxytocin is flowing. The cortisol is dropping and she in front of my eyes is is coming down. Which is how magical this is. I mean i can't even put into words how this a useful. This is in life. She then the conversation was over and certainly i drove home and i was like oh i wouldn't want to be in her class and i was mad for a little bit but then i actually felt really good because i felt like i handle it in a way that i didn't have to be embarrassed about after i didn't have to unlike the way my limbic system handled conversation right i stayed in my frontal lobe the whole time and the next day when i came back the school i know she came right for me again. I thought oh gosh here. She comes again but she looked and she said you know what. I am so sorry you were so lovely. You were so kind you were so understanding. I was horrible to you. I couldn't sleep all night because i was so nasty to you. That's how powerful this techniques. There is nothing i would have said to that woman. That would have gotten hurt the place except that if i'd active listened i understand that must be very frustrating. Call the customer service response right. I really you understand that. Wires your car still there. It really doesn't work and if somebody's super bright they're gonna feel like it's a strategy. They're gonna feel like it's a technique. The mirroring is so real. It's so organic that it is happening in the moment to both of you so it is not actually julia tecnique at all. It's a moment it's it's been real yeah. I love that story. Thank you for sharing that with us. I wanna ask you the couples and people who are married or in a relationship <hes>. I'm sure yet asked us all the time and obviously there's universal themes of this work all goes <hes> what are some unique things or what are some advice you giving people when it comes to intimate relationships so here's what's really interesting. It's the closer. The person is to you the harder this is to do right so i would say that people struggle the most doing with their spouse and i think it's because has your so intertwined and it's it. You're collectively experiencing so many things but that's what that's what happens in any couples fight. The reason gets louder order. <hes> is because you're listening to the other person you are so busy not even listening to them but thinking of your retort right or thinking about <hes> the other thing that happens with with relationships <hes> is that we spend a lot of time fighting when we're not fighting right so all day we're like oh of course he did that last night and i'm probably gonna go home and find the blah. Blah blah and your lip lin. You're having conversations can happen with colleagues. This can happen with co workers all day long. You're having imaginary fights with.
"jennifer clary" Discussed on KZSC 88.1 FM Santa Cruz
"Justice groups expressed disappointment this week as legislation that would have funded safe and clean drinking water failed once again to be enacted in Sacramento as the legislative session ended on August. Thirty first Senate bills, eight forty four eight forty five would have created a stable source of money to projects to help hard hit communities to clean up contaminated groundwater. The bills were not brought up for a vote in the state assembly. Many of those impacted live in the central valley pavilion reports from Fresno one million. California's we'll have to keep waiting for safe clean and affordable drinking water, that's because politics outweighed policy in the state legislature. According to Jennifer Clary, the state water program manager for the national advocacy group. Clean water action. We got caught up in politics. So I would say that. At the end of session. You always have a great deal of trust between the houses and between the parties and between the administration and the legislature added to that. I think that the recall of Senator Newman in June over the gas tax and proposed recall of the gas tax, which is on the November. Ballot made it unpleasant for some members both Democrats and Republicans to vote on another fee, even though it was an attack. Newman was replaced by Republican Ling Ling Chang and cost the Democrats their two thirds majority and the Senate Senate Bill eight forty four whatever tash a fee on agriculture fertilizer, a major contaminant valley's groundwater SP eight forty five would have placed a voluntary charge on the water Bill of the state's residents and businesses. The legislative package was sponsored by Monterey Democrat, Bill Monning and Hanford Republican Andy Vitek, but that's still. Wasn't enough to overcome. The political risk says Jennifer Clary, the governor announced in January that he would include it in his budget package. But the legislature was uncomfortable about approving such a significant policy update in the budget. So even though we had language it didn't move forward. Been in order to keep it moving. It was amended wholesale into SBA eight forty four and eight forty five which were already in the assembly essentially that package has been in existence for over a year. The only change has been to make the water fee voluntary instead of mandatory. And so it would have had to go back to the Senate for about that because of the location of the bills that we amended it had to pass through the assembly. I in a joint statement state food and agriculture secretary Karen Ross along with water board chair Felicia Marcus expressed disappointment stating that without a stable funding source for twenty first century water treatment, the state is left with piecemeal solutions that won't work to address the calendars of unsafe levels of nitrates, arsenic, uranium and other chemical contaminants that make tap water undrinkable in many communities, although Jennifer Clary is confident that a solution will be found the coalition of. One hundred forty groups will have to convince the next governor to make clean water legislation. A priority next year, we'll have a new administration. So it really depends on what the priorities of the next governor are and who he appoints to fulfill those priorities. So we hope to have a similar level of support. But we can't be certain of that assembly speaker, Anthony, dawn released a statement expressing his commitment to identifying a sustainable funding source to ensure safe drinking water in next year's legislative session. He says this year's budget includes twenty five million dollars for emergency drinking water project. Additionally, he cited proposition sixty eight on the November ballot which includes five hundred forty million dollars for clean water initiatives. Democratic gubernatorial candidate Gavin Newsom has promised to direct the state water board to rectify the injustice and work with the legislature to solve the drinking water crisis. Republican candidate John Cox is less. Acidic but indicated he's committed to delivering clean water to the state's residents Victorian. Pacifica radio KFC, Fresno. Iran and Russia today backed a military campaign to retake the last rebel-held region is Syria as Turkey pleaded for a ceasefire Turkish president tire. Erta one said the inability to reach agreement could cause a bloody humanitarian disaster in his remarks appeared on al-jazirah. We do not want a bloodbath in Italy. And we expect you to supporters in disregard decision, which we reach in relation to the fates of liberty will also shape the future of the region Turkey which backed opposition forces against Syrian President, Bashar Assad fears, a military offensive will touch off a new flood of refugees and destabilize areas. It now holds in Syria. Turkey already hosts, a large number of Syrian refugees within its borders. Russian President Vladimir Putin left open. The possibility of a ceasefire it live, but called for the total annihilation of terrorists in Syria. Those are good too upstairs terrorists. Do the same thing everywhere. All the time they use human shields. Russia military always tries to specify billion lives. Yusra Simancas would save the children. She told all Jazeera aid organizations are already extremely stretched. When it comes to Syria. We talking about three million people in aglet household, then all the Hackel. Dan, have only been displaced from other parts of Syria is the area in in Syria, which has the highest highest humanitarian needs and an escalating in violence could only make things worse. So we all on the ground potential escalation, but I think the thing to stress right now is the fact that supplies the when we talk about medication. We're talking about also displaced me whole. All righty in all the crowded conditions who are living in shelter in rural areas. Dots in terms of hospitals. The will help organization is saying that the national hospitals are not functioning in right now. And we can imagine that this offensive were make things even worse in remarks at the UN Security Council US ambassador. Nikki Haley said the Trump administration has been clear with Russia and other nations that it would consider any assault on. It lived to be a dangerous escalation of the conflict in Syria more from Dan Ashby, a feature story news. Well, the three talked positively saying they would issue at twelve point that would help decide the future of Syria and the piece was not too far away. And yet on the key issue of disagreements on the one side you had president Duan saying that victory. Would be the words truce or at least a ceasefire and yet all the while Preston. Putin says a truce isn't possible because the opposition groups on these talks, Donna Ashby Moscow in Iraq. Angry protesters stormed the Iranian consulate in the southern city of Bosnia. And set it on fire. The protesters shouted Eddie Iranian slogans outside the Iranian consulate Friday evening, including Iran out out before they stormed it and set a fire inside the action came amid a wave of demonstrations that have turned deadly in the past few days. At least ten protesters have died in clashes with Iraqi security forces since Monday, including three who were shot dead by security forces last night. Protesters lobbed molotov cocktails and set fire to a government building and offices of Shiite militias in the city protesters in Bosnia and other Iraqi cities have been calling for an end to. Endemic corruption soaring joblessness and poor public services clashes erupted earlier this week leaving several civilians and police dead. Prime minister hydrology body has ordered an investigation into the protests. The stabbing of a leading Brazilian presidential candidate has thrown the election into turmoil. Far-right congressman Bolsonaro so narrowly former army captain who promised a crackdown on crime was stabbed by an assailant during a campaign rally. Doctor said Boston arrows recovery, so far was satisfactory. They said the candidate would remain hospitalized for at least a week after a two hour operation to stop serious, internal bleeding in numerous videos, posted on social media of the moment of the attack. All scenario could be seen on the shoulders of a supporter looking out at the crowd and giving a thumbs up with his left hand, he seemed flinching and then goes out of you other video show supporters. Carrying him to a car and hitting man who was apparently the salient California attorney general's. Heavier Bethesda today announced dozens of charges against a family of four for human trafficking, rape and labor related charges. Sarah said the four operated rainbow bright, the California adult residential and childcare company said the family members, targeted the Filipino community. Many of them newly arrived to the United States forcing them to work nearly twenty four hours a day sleep on floors and in garages and threatening to turn them over to immigration officials said the exploitation wind over went over for years. The victims are the employee's the workers, it could be in the hundreds this took place over a ten year period as you can imagine. There was turnover for a number of people who are afraid to report. And it's a matter of continuing to find those. Bashir's office said the charges and arrests followed a year-long investigation by state and federal officials Idaho is a hot spot for human trafficking. Eric Tegel Tom reports on efforts to combat the phenomenon none in a state which has been the site of wing organizing and is hospitable to immigrants who are frequently targeted for trafficking. The US department of health and human services has chosen Idaho. As one of the sites for a pilot, anti human trafficking training program, and is hosting the session today in twin falls DHS's, national, human trafficking, training, and technical assistance center is offering the session if people in the health profession to help them identify and respond to the needs of people who have been the victims of these crimes Jennifer's linski. Head of the Idaho. Anti-trafficking coalition says the training will focus on taking a public health approach going more the house arena route would be highly beneficial versus a punitive raucous through the court system and through all those hoops sitting individual. I'll have to jump through Zelinski says victims of human trafficking are often treated like criminals rather than victims when they go to law enforcement, Idaho was one of three sites chosen for this training along with Massachusetts and Texas. The gem state was picked because of its rural nature Zilenski says the state has become a hotspot for traffickers in large part because it is so rural. They can destroy the state ordered a border and four hours and isolated oftentimes hit Senate does major resort town. But still meet and rural communities are hotels would be primary place for these transactions. Sex trafficking is believed to be a ninety billion dollar a year industry and.
"jennifer clary" Discussed on WLS-AM 890
"Do should've taste of this because she told national grid geographic that there were no plans to try to eat it as on the one hundred six year old fruitcake a baby i would argue that but i mean just regular fruitcake i love i love candied fruits little hood mills you do a new room while she says that it's not unusual to find that because living and working in act arctic means said tends to lead to a craving for highfat highsugar food and fruitcake it's at bell new they're not to us preserves it down there because his gold if does not to mention it goes very well with a cup of tea hello heller so there's from nugget of knowledge from the world on neck frankie jennifer clary were welcome was steve dole's news crews with jennifer keiper w l eswort blackhawks in ducks at the united center tonight a trade for the hawks this afternoon v lay foco goes to the senators for christie domenica udovenko signed two rockford so he's not going to be around to help the hawks try and get out of their sevengame losing skid this evening bulls off all star break this weekend lowery marketing chris done both part of the rising stars game saturday marketing taking part in the skills competition the game sunday in la american skier michaelis schifrin with gold at the giant slalom yesterday she goes for another nv regular slalom tonight a young sports report out this afternoon says the federal investigation into the nc aa and they're bad basketball program is poised to uncover rules violations that quote are wide enough to fundamentally and indelibly alter the spoke at fbi investigation still ongoing and it sounds like things are coming up pretty quick cuts first basement anthi rizzo has indeed left the cubs facility in arizona to return to parkland florida he is at a vigil now remembering the.
"jennifer clary" Discussed on 20/20
"Oh my gosh she stood up to the high school where is and you know she doesn't new away and she the crater seventhgrader and if the someone who is not gonna stand poor to someone who's i'll be treated fairly or right i don't union members but this hotbed but i do because it happened to me and she was going by graduation day maria police's megan is determined to make it big she wanted to be the best such a complete onstage or wherever that led her it was not at all from west indies to her it was it was a very serious pursuit of the craft of acting that pursuit brings megan two prestigious northwestern university in chicago time she first member family and i remember her being very positive she said she had very strong persona at northwestern megan joins the catholic sorority your she is with her sister's she pursues degrees in theater and international studies my lasting memory megan twos her profound sense of self as she knew who she was it's that perspective suspected would prepare her wealth with toward future looks bright your way to cute of fedex girl had even her elites education kept prepare her for hollywood school sweetheart knocks criticism of the ruthless ruled place mickey quick quick indeed if you blink you'll miss megan markle's professional debut deals guluma hidden in the background nurse chilwata the legendary soap general hospital apart so small they have a name for it and under five which is a role that his five lives or less but when casting director mark or took a chance on unknown megan in the summer of two thousand one excuse me jennifer clary morgan has a vista with just one second i have his chart rate for dr ever i don't see the notation anywhere the five lines were enough to launch a career with red megan for something smaller and liked her enough to give her notify for all which are not easy to get either talk about a cinderella.
"jennifer clary" Discussed on SuperTalk WTN 99.7
"Fake needs some some some in this i'm in the list goes on and on and on it's really bizarre how many of these these are coming out now i've said you know a lot of these you don't know who's it's a he said she sank type thing and some of them you're going okay with roar and more i mean i get that whole thing it's creepy about a year old of if that's true but nieto whose eighteen saying he kiss means hard on our date i'm going so i it's it's sort of hard to sift through all this isn't it try important things in context um you know and and some of the credibility of the women and a worry more case i'm not i'm not disparaging them i'm disparaging their stories i don't know them i've looked at but we need time you look there's another factor in another factor in another fact but seems to add up to a shaky story becoming even that more wobbly so i'm willing to give them the benefit of the doubt for now but um i have to say that i know that my story is true i believe lianne tweeting i also believe that there has been eddie mentioned by many of these guys including john conyers and it is time for al franken and john conyers to go and this is the point of why i'm speaking out his because i think that the liberal media starting to circle the wagons now round al franken and john conyers they've decided that ever he china or whatever's been alleged about him isn't a big deal and so they are going to protect them just like they did during the bill clinton exposes just like they tried to to denigrate and discredit kathleen willie want aid abroad rate paula jones leslie mill we jennifer clary you name it that's why we're going to washington next week fell above because release that's right this is not a right or left issue this is a human rights campaign for women who have been mistreated at the hands of our full men like a outflanking and john conyers they all happened to be democrats but we have confirmed participants now we are bringing to washington later broderick kathleen really dolly kyle with a letter supports used to be dolly kyle browning leslie mill we who claim that bill clinton stalked assaulted her arrest she was a tv reporter and portsmouth arkansas blank keita.
"jennifer clary" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1
"The main leak at the zoo met supplies water to our muscle conservation cabin and the pump that's out there is in case in a stainless steel pump house lives in a lake year round of our leak is very nutrient rich so we get a lot of sludge and algerian and just detritus build up and usually benner i want once or twice a year have to either don scuba gear or put on those chest waders and get out and muck it up ourselves this year we really didn't want to enter the cold right now we rather do dude on the summer when it's nice he's not line water i have done that this summer that that would be just the perfect job for you guys so there is a day so to give you all of visual my talkers were on the shore of this lake and multilateral declined to get down deck so then there's a little drop off and then there is a pipe that goes out how foreign to lake twenty feet or twenty feta and then at the end of the pipe everybody is the box that we have to clean so everyone get the visual so as a lexus and i are climbing over the first gate jennifer from the zoo and again she didn't want them username but she's a wires day janove jennifer clary this as we're going great impression of her as we're going dow this is what we can actually i think matt you're the one that said this as we're going down let's and i are scared to death because it's a drop off and mac os now you don't slip in paul and fauntleroy i turn around in a look at the camera our staff is no hell is worried about getting footage i look it pat from the videographer and hanna from social media and hannes like safety i turn around the country all of this i said great sacrifice the gay and the.
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"Dryer air pies near eighty six on monday plentiful sunshine and good visibility for watching the afternoon solar eclipse low humidity nights breeze highs of eighty seven sunny to partly cloudy becoming very humid again on tuesday in very windy in the afternoon to sizzling with highs near 93 but 82 at southeastern coastal spots i'm wbz tv meteorologist berry bank on wbz newsradio 1030 thirty overcast skies and seventy degrees in wbz news time eight twenty five time for our powered report with wbz's doug cope each year some 3500 babies die in the us from sleeprelated incidents often blankets or toys that block oxygen or sids sudden infant death syndrome in new jersey they're trying out something new a simple cardboard box with a mattress inside with a fitted sheet that doubles as a crib delores peterson got one for her fiveweekold daughter she was just like looking everywhere i thought she'd scream but she didn't she liked it and while this may sound a bit unorthodox they've been doing this in finland for 80 years and they have the lowest rate of sids in the world i would love to take credit for coming up with the idea but actually i read the same article that millions of people that around the world called why do finnish babies sleep in boxes that's jennifer clary cofounder of the baby box company she sells these boxes for about seventy dollars but in new jersey a program is distributing the boxes for free kathryn mccans is the chair of the new jersey child fatality and nearfatality review board we have to change.
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"The threes and the fourday wbz accu weather forecasters brought to us by highline cruises here's wbz tv accu weather i'm meteorologist pamela gardner unifil weather once again today in typical summer temperatures we heat up through the work week for today becoming partly cloudy more clouds across the keeping islands have eighty five degrees in a sea breeze kicking in this afternoon so cooler lung and the coast overnight some fog mostly cloudy and showery chance to the southeast low sixty seven partly cloudy tuesday humid scattered thunderstorms and showers in the heat of the afternoon as a cold front moves are way 84 degrees wednesday partly cloudy a few storms ninety ninety one on thursday with scattered storms looking ahead to the weekend sunshine both days eighty six saturday eighty on sunday i'm wbz tv meteorologist pamela gardner wbz newsradio 1030 in pepperell 80 degrees it is eighty one in a bonn and its eighty six degrees here in boston mostly sunny wbz news time 1055 doug cope has your parent report right here on wbz news radio ten thirty each year some thirty five 3500 babies die in the us from sleeprelated incidents often blankets or toys that block oxygen or sids sudden infant death syndrome in new jersey they're trying out something new a simple cardboard box with a mattress inside with a fitted sheet that doubles as a crib delores peterson got one for her fiveweekold daughter she was just like chilling in there looking everywhere i thought she'd scream but she didn't she liked it and while this may sound a bit unorthodox they've been doing this in finland for 80 years and they have the lowest rate of sids in the world i would love to take credit for coming up with the idea but actually i read the article that millions of people that around the world called why do finnish babies sleep in boxes that's jennifer clary cofounder of the baby box company she sells these boxes for about seventy dollars but in new jersey a program is distributing the boxes for free kathryn mccans is the chair of the new jersey child fatality a nearfatality review board we have to change everyone's behavior so that.