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"jennifer cummings" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

C-SPAN Radio

01:42 min | 1 year ago

"jennifer cummings" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

"WCS be accomplished in the news on the campaign front this afternoon senator Amy Klobuchar has decided to end her race for the democratic nomination for president and she plans to endorse former vice president Joe Biden said coming from multiple news outlets UP next leaders of the house of representatives of both parties taking part in a dedication ceremony for a room on Capitol Hill named for a live shot he comics the former chair of the oversight and reform committee the actual hearing room of that committee is being named for him large Cummings passed away in October two thousand nineteen he represented Maryland's seventh congressional district from nineteen ninety six until his death and he was the top Democrat on the oversight committee and was also the chair this runs about a half hour the current committee chair Democrat Carolyn Maloney of New York begins good afternoon everyone it's my great privilege to welcome you to the ceremony to honor the life and work of our dear friend and colleague chairman Elijah Cummings first I would like to recognize the largest family members who are here with us today and thank them for sharing him with us please raise your hand when I call your name Dr Maya rocket more Cummings his wife Jennifer Cummings his daughter James.

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"jennifer cummings" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

02:17 min | 1 year ago

"jennifer cummings" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"Forties scattered rain and snow showers tonight tapering off overnight low to mid thirties still rather windy at times Tuesday a mix of clouds and sunshine hi of the forty roaches can moon from the weather channel for talk radio six eighty WCBS now keeping you connected with the latest news this is talk radio six eighty WCBS and W. CDM dot com good afternoon at four thirty one on Michael Phil ability on the six eighty W. C. B. Amerila news center with the headlines making news this hour brought to you by your realtor Vinnie CO many steel can sell your home fast I am for top dollar yes your home sold guaranteed held by it call one eight hundred eight three four Vinny or go to many as the buyers dot com Elijah Cummings daughters supporting one of his long time aides in the race for a seat which is being sought by the late congressman's without thirty seven year old Jennifer Cummings issued a statement saying Harry spikes embodies the same spirit as our father who he worked with for fifteen years yesterday's wintry weather led to the cancellation of holiday events around the region both the Bel Air Christmas parade in tree lighting scheduled for yesterday and the annual grand illumination in downtown apples will not be rescheduled authority seeking murder and other charges against the man they say shot three officers and killed a twenty two year old father after taking him hostage inside his southwestern Michigan home the officers were injured but not critically the issue of defense spending will likely dominate a third NATO summit in a row as leaders meet in London the United States almost certain to demand again this week that it's twenty eight NATO partners boost defense budgets European allies in Canada are projected to boost defense spending by twenty twenty four but many will still fall short of NATO's spending target forty three degrees in Baltimore reporting a four thirty two I'm Michael philatelic six eighty WCBS news I'm in the studio here with remax community seasons greetings from our family to yours this is a great time of year to plan ahead if you're thinking about selling your home and also the perfect time to look back and reflect upon the accomplishments and people were most grateful for our team is especially grateful for the opportunity to serve you and your family whether you are buying or selling a home we have hundreds of families in our area this year so thank you for your valued business your trust and loyalty and a special thank you to all those who trusted us enough to refer their friends.

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"jennifer cummings" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

12:29 min | 2 years ago

"jennifer cummings" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"Before Congress the actual whistle blower. and some are speculating that could happen as early as before the week is out. well let's run some Nancy Pelosi folks I'm sorry if you find Nancy Pelosi somewhat grading. but this is important breaking news I'm not gonna start Nancy Pelosi from the beginning because she really kinda lays down a whole lot of background in the first four and a half minutes of her right yak so I want to pick it up about four and a half minutes into near the clothes she just finished we're on the air here now with the rolling up on five oh eight eastern time in our number three here on Schmidt and Nancy Pelosi just walked away from the lectern on the microphones about a minute ago so she spoke for roughly seven minutes or so let's pick up Nancy Pelosi about four and a half minutes in this is the meat this is the the crux of the matter and here is the speaker of the house Nancy Pelosi Benjamin Franklin what do we have a Republic or monarchy Franklin replies Republic if you can keep it our responsibility is to keep it. our public indoors because of the wisdom of our constitution and shined in three co equal branches of government serving as checks and balances on each other the actions taken to date by the president has seriously violated the constitution especially when the president says article two says I can do whatever I want. the past several months we have been investigating and our committees and litigating in the courts of the house can gather all the relevant facts and consider whether to exercise its full article one powers including a constitutional power of the utmost gravity approval of articles of impeachment. and this week the president has admitted to asking the president to crane to take actions which would benefit him politically the action of the truck the actions of the trump presidency revealed dishonorable fact of the president's betrayal of his oath of office betrayal of our national security and the trial of the integrity of our elections therefore today I am announcing the house of representatives moving forward with an official impeachment inquiry under wrecking our six committees to proceed with their investigations under that umbrella of impeachment inquiry for the president must be held accountable no one is above the law. getting back for our founders. in the darkest days of the American revolution Thomas Paine wrote. the times have found us the times found them to fight for establishing a democracy the times have found us today not to place ourselves in the same category greatness is our founders the two places in the urgency of protecting and defending our constitution from all enemies foreign and domestic and the words of Ben Franklin to keep a Republic I thank the chairman chairman chairman Nadler chairmanship from from another of judiciary chairman chief of intelligence chairman angle of foreign affairs chairman Cummings of of of oversight and Jennifer Cummings had been in touch with constantly he's a master of of so much but including inspectors general and and jealous of what life's a congresswoman Richie Neil of the of the other guys a lesson here that there there's a just have you can you can stop it there Nancy Pelosi the last couple of minutes of her delivery that the official inquiry for impeachment we'll be opened against president Donald J. trump. all right lot of ground to cover folks obviously and I was I got to go beyond as a full slate here the ship was the vast. and this is obviously occupied a lot of our time today folks if you want to weigh in I have that at eight hundred eight zero one eighty nine ninety nine eight hundred apparently this just woke Wilbur Ross up so commerce secretary Wilbur Ross has just been awakened hello he was still sleeping at the. I can't help myself no trope of the US he was very subdued I thought a lot of trucks message at the U. N. was great today. especially the words directed toward Iran but the fact that Wilbur Ross the commerce secretary apparently fell asleep for about fifteen minutes inside the U. N. the General Assembly I'm sorry a little slide bother I yeah will will is is now awake the the impeachment inquiry apparently. it roused him from his slumber. Nancy Pelosi the speaker of the house was holding off on this this was sort of the last the poison arrow in a quiver the the problem is is that the. the noise from inside her caucus even centrists and moderates it's getting louder and louder and here you have the confluence of events the Ukrainian call the the demand that the whistle blower. statement be turned over to Congress and that hasn't happened yet you know where I stand I don't like Nancy Pelosi I don't like democratic politics from the Democratic Party per se on all our wholesale level for the most part but the fact is was it if this war Obama who wouldn't well what was president and he didn't turn over. the whistle blower complaint. I thought we'd be screaming at the top of our lungs because the federal law. it's it's a constitutionally it's required that this for her. within seven days and clearly we're well into overtime. so of course the administration has been accused of blocking the whistle blower release now. I would imagine since trump announced at two twelve this afternoon. that is authorized the release tomorrow of the complete fully de classified an unredacted transcript of my phone conversation with president the Lynskey of Ukraine. what's in the whistle blower report. if the whistle blower complaint. is regarding the phone call that's according to some sources other sources as saying it's not just the phone call that it is multiple issues. if it's just a phone call why wouldn't the president and the department of justice what why why wouldn't they authorize and why would they allow the whistle blowers complaint to be released if it was just the phone call could it be that there's more in the whistle blower complaint there are also numerous reports here. that house Democrats. think that the report's gonna be leaked so if the whistle blower report is not turned over. voluntarily that it could actually be leaked here's a a story out of the week dot com and this just posted on their website. today and it says house Democrats are counting on their ability to obtain that Ukraine whistle blower report whether through the director of national intelligence or not. following reports last week that a whistle blower filed a complaint about president trump's communications with a foreign leader which intelligence community inspector general Michael Atkinson marked as urgent concern remember a trouble pointy mark this complaint as all urgent concern Democrats have been trying to get their hands on the complaint. the multiple sources of the week also political and if it's not turned over voluntarily Democrats in the house believe in will be late well you have a look at this way look at how much has leaked. the fact that there was a whistle blower complaint. that leads to the Washington post the fact that it was over a phone call that lead to the loss to the Washington post other sources the fact that allegedly the trump tried to pressure the Ukrainian the incoming president eight times to investigate Biden with allegations of a quid pro quo investigate button or you're not gonna get your military aid etcetera again the president vehemently denies this and if he is about to turn over the transcript unredacted of that phone call. well that's put up or shut up time and if we get a release I can't imagine that it's going to show the president in a quid pro quo fashion tried to extort before. or try to you know use you know the tactical holding the military aid over the president incoming president of Ukraine's head I I I I mean but hold those folks we are in a a crazy time it's a crazy world nothing surprises me anymore absolutely nothing. so is the whole report only is the whistle blower going to testify before Congress you know there's a lot of rumor and speculation there's a report that the whistle blowers attorneys have already contacted Adam Schiff. the chair of the house intelligence committee saying that. they're a client the whistle blower wants to testify directly before Congress. who is it. who is the whistle blower yeah we throw out some names could possibly is it a no name was so blower somebody we don't know all of. could it be damned coach. former DLI could be John Bolton. could be shows them who was the deputy the service I nationals who is the deputy the a Susan at forgot her name. but I get on talk of who could they could it be now I guess all the way to find out sued Gordon thank you soo soo Gordon. eight hundred eight zero one eighty nine ninety nine the nation wide number here on from at eight hundred eight zero one eighty nine ninety nine. now I agree with Pelosi on on one point I I like what she says about the founding fathers historically accurate. hello she also said that no one is above the law I agree with that as well. but where is the proof that trump. did anything illegal but we still don't have that cut they're hoping for they've been hoping for that since the very beginning since the fact the Donald Trump beat Hillary Clinton they've been trying to nail him. Ellison prop on many occasions makes it easy for them to go after him. on many occasions trump is as old worst enemy but where is the proof that he's done anything illegal at this point. that's what they're hoping to dredge up another grams of calls coming up in just a minute eight hundred eight zero one eighty nine ninety nine eight hundred eight zero one eighty nine ninety nine your thoughts of the impeachment inquiry your thoughts on the whistle blower potentially testify directly. your thoughts on president trump releasing the transcript of the phone call tomorrow do you think it's going to be in its entirety unredacted. what the hell's going to show. hang on. your thoughts next eight hundred eight zero one eighty nine ninety nine the flip phones or.

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"jennifer cummings" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:35 min | 3 years ago

"jennifer cummings" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Low in come families as one solution some community activists like t a bird safe plucking families out of poor neighborhoods can fuel urban decay it adds to the mass vacancy that already happens because of just general disinvestment in and lack of access to funding and when we do that you you sort of develops narrative that you can throw away a community and you throw away a neighborhood and that's not fair the people that want to stay so model come on the morning jennifer cummings can understand that argument but she says she would have done anything to give her children a better life than they were living just months ago i want them to know that there is something else out there better than what you see you now that what's a round you you know what you've been through i just want you know then the c inexperience something better and so i do it all again it's dark even if that means waking before dawn to drive across town in doing it all again tomorrow for the pbs newshour and cause your health news i'm sarah varney it has been quite a year in the world of science the headlines and images were powerful among them the rupture of enormous iceberg scientists taking to the streets the solar eclipse that captured the attention of the country and new insights into the workings of the universe william rang them sat down with miles o'brien to get some perspective on at all it's part of our weekly segment the leading edge so what when you say is the most important science story of the year i think there's little doubt william that the big science story of the year is a political story sort of political science scientists concerned about the trump administration and its climate denial or climate scepticism took to the streets in april twenty second earth day thousands of the march concerned about that climate policy but also environmental policies the administration also frankly concerned about their funding and not long after the new administrative the epa came in scott pruitt a lot of evidence that they had reason to be concerned there was a purge of scientists that received epa funding many of them associated with academic institutions which made more room for corporate sponsored science.

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"jennifer cummings" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:28 min | 3 years ago

"jennifer cummings" Discussed on KQED Radio

"And how's that going with school appears force fine meet their new landlord harvard a and find the rhythms of their new life i gave you the time handbook this is just a copy i'll let you kinda run through it hair go it's a new life in chicago's prosperous suburbs it seems almost unimaginable to to me should jones the weeks each morning on chicago's south side all of illinois can't be like this when you imagine moving to a place like hoffman estates her fromberg and one of these other areas what are you imagine for your kids would imagine your life will be like their own media freedom the accused be kids go outside and play in me not looking out the window a worrying about if this is gonna be a drive or something dangerous threat effect how is your day she now washington is now resettled in one of chicago's upscale suburbs her son timothy once had severe asthma that was triggered by mold in the carpet in her old shoddy apartment so i was there were other problems too she told her kids the gunshots they heard at night were fireworks in their new neighborhood washington in her kids can play outside so fast not too fast linked nafter living here for just a few months timothy's asthma has cleared up who just had a while the stuck up for his doctor a couple of weeks ago actually at all he's he's healthy thank god dr pollick says it's vital to measure health effects like bees in a more concrete way his research team in baltimore is collecting airquality samples and cockroach in mouse allergens in the homes of families before and after they move and then testing whether asthmatic children who moved to new neighborhoods have fewer complications we've heard from a lot of families that they're asthma symptoms are doing better than their health has improved i really think is important to try to quantify best to make sure that we are understanding kind of what is an investment in housing in it and the opportunity to move to a different neighborhood mean for health but there are risks to moving families out of these neighborhoods really stressed out uh especially just sitting in traffic back in st louis jennifer cummings new apartment is closer to her job in her older daughters new school but she hasn't been able to find affordable daycare hereby for simone so she spends hours driving back and forth in gridlock traffic while the ferguson commission recommended better housing options for.

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"jennifer cummings" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:05 min | 3 years ago

"jennifer cummings" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Violent neighborhoods often in substandard homes those conditions fuel depression childhood asthma diabetes and other health problems one study for example found one in three children who live in highpoverty areas had elevated lead in their blood which can permanently effect there development dr craig pollock a public health researcher at johns hopkins says moving families still wealthier zip codes can improve their health their education even how long they live for adults were not having the chance to move to an opportunity neighborhood a low poverty neighborhood is linked with having a lower chance of getting a diabetes as well so a lower chance of being obese we also know that for kids that have the chance to move to african university young age if they tend to have higher incomes later on and might their awesome more likely to attend college eighty people were blocked the about believes on all sides told to disperse about allowed to disburse in st louis reverend starsky wilson a ferguson commission cochaired says it became clear the housing authority needed to intervene directly to allow black residents like jennifer cummings to overcome historical barriers designed to keep them out of white suburbs if we know that housing is the cornerstone for the building of wealth and the wealth and health are connected then we've got to say that these things that have been workers traded around community development or the lack thereof uh have absolutely decimated the health of black and brown community amid continued protests in st louis earlier this year the so called housing mobility programme paid for with federal dollars began moving the first families who volunteered this may maybe a new effort here and the st louis region to help struggling families change what can feel like preordained outcomes for their lives but is it approach that's already shown some success in other racially segregated cities including baltimore dallas and chicago weather couldn't be worse but appreciate you making the trek out here on a blustery day in a public housing complex south of chicago an overflow crowd has come to learn how to sign up for a housing voucher.

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"jennifer cummings" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

01:58 min | 3 years ago

"jennifer cummings" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Is we believe a minimum there's still hundreds of people who are still believed to be buried under the rubble of the old city that endured some of the greatest destruction and the fight to retake the city is on the george v associated press thanks so much thank you stay with us coming up on the news our miles o'brien walks us through this year in science and a broadway musical there is already being considered an award contender but first the links between housing and health a recent study found that african americans who moved to less segregated neighborhoods see significant improvements in their blood pressure previous research has also shown that children who moved to more fluid neighborhoods are much healthier across the country local leaders of responding to these findings by giving poor families more choices and where they live sarah varney begins our report in st louis and the story was produced in collaboration with our partner kaiser health news ars this is no longer it's been three years since civil unrest erupted in ferguson missouri award chivalry is that all your song after white police officer fatally shot michael brown an unarmed black teenager learn but for one family those turbulent days have led to much quieter nights hi jennifer cummings moved in june into this government subsidize apartment in the upscale st louis suburb of chesterfield with her daughters simone in samara so amazing new when did you move in.

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