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GM ignition switch settlement with vehicle owners wins U.S. court approval

On The Edge With Thayrone

00:42 sec | 1 year ago

GM ignition switch settlement with vehicle owners wins U.S. court approval

"General Motors reaches a settlement with car owners who sued claiming a defect affected with the cars are worth district judge Jesse Furman gave his approval of the settlement during a hearing by phone automobile owners sued saying faulty ignition switches dropped the value of their vehicles the switch is a proven problematic for GM having had to recall millions of cars over the last six years costing the company nearly three billion dollars in penalties and other settlements this proposed resolution would have G. M. fund seventy million dollars of the settlement another fifty million would come out of an existing bankruptcy trust the settlement must still get final approval once owners are

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"jesse furman" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

03:51 min | 2 years ago

"jesse furman" Discussed on KQED Radio

"This is K Q E D San Francisco K Q E, north highlands. It's five thirty. It's K Q E news. I'm Mina Kim in victory for California and several bay area cities as San Francisco federal judge today struck down the Trump administration's decision to add a citizenship question to the twenty twenty cents is calling it unconstitutional. Judge Richard seaboard also agreed that California would lose federal funding and risk losing political representation because a citizenship question would result in an undercount of non-citizens and Latinos joining me now is NPR national correspondent of the two thousand twenty cents. Hansie lo Wong in judge. Seaborg had strong words for the Trump administration's process and rationale behind adding a citizenship question. Walk us through the ruling. Well, this ruling for one part of it really mirrors of ruling an earlier ruling. We got out of a New York federal judge judge Jesse Furman and like judge Furman, Richard Seaborg. That this decision to add a citizenship question by the Trump administration violated administrative law and to break that down. There are a lot of decisions made by federal government officials that are not done by vote. They that are essentially government officials using their discretion and using their power on behalf of the American public to make which should be sound policy decisions. And here the plaintiffs have argued that adding citizenship question a question that the census bureau has recommended against adding to the twenty twenty cents is that that decision was a misuse of commerce secretary Wilbur Ross overseas census commerce secretary Wilbur Ross's authority over the senses. Now this ruling by the New York federal judge, it has been appealed to the US supreme court and the court is expected to take up the case next month. But how my today's San Francisco ruling factor into that supreme court hearing what's interesting is because judge Seaborg also ruled that by. Adding this question the federal government can't fulfill its constitutional mandate. This is a requirement in the constitution that the government every ten years has to do a head count of every person living in the country and those numbers determine how many congressional seats electoral college votes each day gets there also used to direct federal funding and judge Seabrook has ruled here that by adding this question, it would really hinder the government's ability to do an accurate had count. And this ruling really opens up new legal ground that the early ruling from New York doesn't touch on that the justices will likely have to consider if this ruling by judge Seaborg ends up at the supreme court and remind us of the Justice Department's arguments for including a citizenship question. And also have they responded to your request for comment about today's decision. I've reached out to the Justice department. And so far a spokesperson told me by Email. They declined to comment on this ruling previously. They. Were adamant that this is about the Voting Rights Act. This is the Trump administration's position that adding a citizenship question is a way to get what they say would be more detailed data about who is and who isn't a citizen who is a voting age in order to better protect section to the Voting Rights Act, and that is a part of the Voting Rights Act that specifically is designed to protect against discrimination of racial language minorities. But the thing to keep in mind here is that during these trials, including the one in San Francisco, the plaintiffs argued here that if you talk to voting rights experts, they say there is no data problem that federal government already has data about citizenship. That is adequate for enforcing the Voting Rights Act. The sensibility collects citizenship data through what's known as the American community survey. NPR national.

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"jesse furman" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

AM 970 The Answer

01:56 min | 3 years ago

"jesse furman" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

"Warren Levinson tells us why federal district judge Jesse Furman said it was not unconstitutional to put a citizenship question on the census form, but the commerce secretary Wilbur Ross broke the rules when he did he failed to give congress the legally required three years notice. The judge also found Ross's explanation for the change to be unsupported by and sometimes counter to the evidence submitted the lawsuit brought by eighteen states and fifteen cities contends the government is seeking to intimidate immigrants into avoiding being counted. The state of California has filed a separate suit and the supreme court will take up the issue next month. So judge firms ruling is unlikely to be the last word on the matter. Catholic church has filed for bankruptcy a move that will allow the archdiocese to avoid trial and multimillion dollar lawsuits for sexual abuse from about one hundred ninety accusers. Breaking news and analysis at townhall dot com. A lighter quake has been recorded off the coast of Maryland. The four point seven magnitude tremor struck Tuesday evening in the Atlantic Ocean about one hundred and thirty six miles southeast of ocean city, Maryland, that's what the US Geological Survey says so far no soon NAMI warning issued in a Facebook post ocean. City officials say emergency officials were monitoring the situation. Correspondent Andrew Stewart reports the officials also say they haven't seen any effects from the shaker. Nick few subscribed. The net flicks be aware here. You're going to be reaching for your wallet. Netflix subscribers are gonna see their rates jump as much as eighteen percent. Biggest increase since the company launched its streaming service twelve months twelve years ago that is the most popular plans going to see the largest price hike from eleven to thirteen dollars. More on these stories at townhall dot com. I'm Rhonda rockstar. How can I protect my family? If something happens to me, what if I need.

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"jesse furman" Discussed on WINT 1330 AM

WINT 1330 AM

02:13 min | 3 years ago

"jesse furman" Discussed on WINT 1330 AM

"Warren Levinson tells us why federal district judge Jesse Furman said it was not unconscious petitional to put a citizenship question on the census form, but the commerce secretary Wilbur Ross broke the rules when he did he failed to give congress the legally required three years notice. The judge also found Ross's explanation for the change to be unsupported by and sometimes counter to the evidence submitted the lawsuit brought by eighteen states and fifteen cities contents. The government is seeking to intimidate immigrants into avoiding being counted. The state of California has filed a separate suit and the supreme court will take up the issue next month. So judge firms ruling is unlikely to be the last word on the matter. Woms Catholic churches filed for bankruptcy a move that will allow the archdiocese to avoid trial in multimillion dollar lawsuits for sexual abuse from about one hundred ninety accusers. Breaking news and analysis at townhall dot com. A lighter quake has been recorded off the coast of Maryland. The four point seven magnitude tremor struck Tuesday evening in the Atlantic Ocean about one hundred and thirty six miles southeast of ocean city, Maryland, that's what the US Geological Survey says so far no Sumi warning issued in a Facebook post ocean. City officials say emergency officials were monitoring the situation. Correspondent Andrew steward reports. The ficials also say they haven't seen any effects from the shaker. Niff- few subscribed. The net flicks be aware here. You're going to be reaching for your wallet. Netflix subscribers are gonna see their rates jump as much as eighteen percent. Biggest increase since the company launched its streaming service twelve months twelve years ago that is the most popular plans going to see the largest price hike from eleven to thirteen dollars. More on these stories at townhall dot com. I'm Rhonda rockstar. Staff sergeant Ryan Pitz of the one hundred seventy third airborne brigade speaks about what it means to receive the medal of honor on the one that got the recognition because I received the award. But like, I know that this isn't mine I just was trying to follow everybody else around me. All these guys did incredible things. The only reason I'm here. And the only reason I have a feeling reason I have kids.

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"jesse furman" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

02:52 min | 3 years ago

"jesse furman" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

"Discovery of three bodies at a home in managed today. We have family that lives out of state. We're concerned because they were unable to get a hold of their family members that live in this house, and that was concerning to them because it had been several days. And that was unlike the people that live here in county sergeant Ryan ad that says an older woman an older man and a man in his thirties were found shot to death. Investigators believe it was a murder suicide. We're learning more about Jake Paterson man, accused of fatally shooting a Wisconsin couple and kidnapping their thirteen year old daughter in October, your CBS's, Jamie Yuccas, investigators say he told them he attempted to take thirteen year old to earlier times but turned away after seeing activity in the house when he did kidnap Jaime on October fifteenth Patterson said he was only at the home for four minutes and with Jamie bound in the trunk had only driven twenty seconds from the Hague. House when he pulled over to let officers with lights and sirens on pass by investigators say he held Jamie claws, nearly three months before she was able to escape overseas. Al-shabaab terrorists stormed the hotel in Nairobi Kenya. Killing at least fifteen people with bombs at guns. The hotel popular with westerners, the British parliament pans, Prime Minister Theresa May's plan to split from the European Union after spending two years hammering out her deal with twenty seven nations parliament spent about twenty minutes voting it down by the biggest margin in British history. Now, Prime Minister Theresa may has to try to come up with a new deal that lawmakers can accept problem is there's no parliamentary majority for any Brexit scenario, and you leaders have repeatedly refused to reopen negotiations. Vicki Barker, CBS news, London. A federal judge says the Trump administration cannot ask if you're a US citizen in next year's twenty twenty cents stated rationale to properly enforce the Voting Rights Act, but a federal judge in New York says that rationale doesn't hold water that the administration only came up with it after it moved to add the question judge. Jesse Furman and Obama appointee says asking about citizenship would lead in his estimation to a six percent decline in census responses from noncitizens from its ruling is sure to be appealed that CBS's. Steven Portnoy dozen states and cities, including Washington NC ATL sued the Trump administration to stop that census question time for KIRO radio realtime traffic, Spacey Taylor. So let me get you out the door with the drive times. Thirty five minutes from Bellevue to Renton were thirty eight from Federal Way heading into downtown Seattle. It's about four minutes slower than what it should be for this time of the afternoon. Our Seattle to Everett drive, a you're gonna laugh when I tell you it's half of what it would normally be. I mean, it's pretty reasonable for a lot of thirty seven minutes. So I call that a win. Let's talk about what's not a win some of the surface streets outside of soda. So again, first avenue south has filled in leaving t.

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"jesse furman" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

02:16 min | 3 years ago

"jesse furman" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

"In a terror attack at a western hotel complex in Nairobi. Kenya? A car bomb burned outside the gate of the Nairobi hotel as explosions and gunfire crackled through the complex Kenyan security forces rushed people from the scene. Somalia's llamas. Militant group Al Shabaab is claiming responsibility for the attack which comes three years to the day. The same group launched a deadly assault on a Kenyan military base in neighboring Somalia that CBS's Tina Krause, the British parliament pans, Prime Minister Theresa May's plan to split from the European Union after spending two years hammering out her Brexit deal, which twenty seven nations parliament spent about twenty minutes voting it down by the biggest margin in British history. Now, Prime Minister Theresa may has to try to come up with a new deal that lawmakers can accept problem is there's no parliamentary majority for any Brexit scenario. Andy, you leaders have repeatedly refused to reopen negotiations. Vicki Barker, CBS news, London. A federal judge says the Trump administration cannot. Ask if you are a US citizen in the next year is twenty twenty cents is stated rationale to properly enforce the Voting Rights Act, but a federal judge in New York says that rationale doesn't hold water that the administration only came up with it after it moved to add the question judge Jesse Furman and Obama appointee says asking about citizenship would lead in his estimate to a six percent decline in census responses from noncitizens from its ruling is sure to be appealed CBS's. Steven Portnoy, there, a dozen states and cities, including Washington and Seattle sued the Trump administration to stop that. Senses question. Washington state needs to do more to fight climate change today in a state of the state address. Governor Inslee blamed global warming for out of control wildfires last summer. The worst air quality in the world that China not India. Washington state Jacqueline make Humber with the Republican response. The governor has spent so much time and energy focused on an extreme environmental agenda. No matter the cost to you and me, she says incentives. Not more taxes are the best way to help the environment. More coming up on the candy, Mike and Todd show on that..

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"jesse furman" Discussed on SuperTalk WTN 99.7

SuperTalk WTN 99.7

02:07 min | 3 years ago

"jesse furman" Discussed on SuperTalk WTN 99.7

"No. They don't mention it is from Reuters. Of course. This judge. Federal judge today. And they don't tell you this is it Obama pointed judge invalidated the Trump administration's addition of a US citizenship question to the two thousand twenty cents is now this is gonna be appealed. I would assume, but the US district judge Jesse Furman in Manhattan said commerce secretary Wilbur Ross concealed his true motives in. Adding the question last March Ross had said the question which has not appeared on the census since nineteen fifty was necessary to enforce federal laws protecting eligible voters. The judge's decision will almost certainly be appealed and could end up in the supreme court this year, the plaintiffs eighteen US states, fifteen cities in various civil rights groups. So that asking census respondents, whether they're US citizens will frighten emigrants and Latinos into abstaining from the count. We shouldn't be counting illegals. Anyway, should we? Why are we count? Why are we doing this? Why are we counting illegal aliens? In the senses. We'll be back six one five seven three seven nine nine eight six back right after this. From the Genesis diamonds traffic center. The biggest wrecks right down twenty four seven Harding place. The shoulder is blocked there. And then things have really come to a standstill at forty west festivals lane partially due to twenty four east downtown Shelby avenue. The shoulder is blocked there. Four forty east. Nobody going anywhere anytime soon and then forty west Delaware avenue. Things have backed up their just due to volume and then lots tail lights here. Briley Parkway all the way up to rivergate Parkway at the present time worried about another sleepless night. Instead, try news equal peers Z's melatonin, gummy sequel peers is drug free with an optimal dose of melatonin. And a unique blend of botanical to help you fall asleep. Naturally and wake with no next day. Groggy, nece news. Equal Pierce traffic. Every ten minutes every morning on super.

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"jesse furman" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

04:11 min | 3 years ago

"jesse furman" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Now to a major development in the fight over a twenty twenty cents citizenship question, a federal judge in the southern district of New York ruled today that the Trump administration cannot add the controversial question to the upcoming census. The question asks, quote is this person a citizen of the United States plaintiffs in the case have argued that immigrants across the country would be less likely to complete the census if forced to include their citizenship status here discuss where the question goes from here is Sam LeVine of voting rights reporter at huffpost. Hi sam. Hi, thanks so much for having me. Sure. So there are two issues here. I want to kind of unpack the first one because the district judge Jesse Furman has said that this citizenship question, essentially, violate the federal law. Can we explain what that federal law is? So judge firm and said is that the decision to add the citizenship question the way, it was done, violates a federal law called the admit? Procedure act, and what that law requires is that one a federal agency wants to implement a change in policy or a new policy. They have to carefully study the evidence way the alternatives consider input from stakeholders before they make their decision and other words, they can't just decide to do something. And then the next day do it without considering the evidence, and what the Trump administration did here. Judge Furman said violated that act because they didn't carefully consider the alternatives. And when they looked at the evidence, they Nord what it said. And he says that there was clear evidence that the Commerce Department had that this was a bad decision that it was going to depress. The response rate that fewer people were going to respond and knowing that the Commerce Department. Still waved a tanned and made the decision to add the question. What about the other issue here? And that's the plaintiffs are arguing. As we mentioned in the introduction that this question would disincentivize or even deter immigrants documented and undocumented people from filling this out was there, a response to the judge respond to that argument specifically, right? So the other part of the claim here was that there was a constitutional violation that the Trump administration added this question with an intent to discriminate against immigrants against minorities in hopes of driving down their response rate on the census and judge Furman actually did not find for the plaintiffs on that question what he said was the existing evidence in the record does not show that there was an intent to discriminate here that when they chose to add this question that they were carefully and tailoring this decision with the intent of driving down the response rate among emigrants. Is there a sense that that question will ultimately come up again because I'm wondering if the citizens should question? Ultimately does end up on this census what the effects of that could be? There are concerns that there will be a undercount. That's right. I mean, the evidence at the federal trial that was late last year. It was pretty much undisputed that adding this question what's going to cause fewer people to respond on their own. Having fewer people respond would have really really severe consequences. The census is used to determine hundreds of billion dollars in federal funds how they're allocated and how congressional seats are apportioned to the states. So fewer people are responding that has consequences for a decade about how they're represented in their government, and the resources, I think at further government Sam, do you expect this case to end up ultimately in front of the supreme court. Yes, I think there's almost no. Question that it will end up at the supreme court. The Trump administration has been very aggressive in the litigation so far in quickly appealing even minor rulings to the court of appeals for the second circuit and the supreme court. I would be very very surprised if this wasn't ultimately resolved by the supreme.

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"jesse furman" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

04:22 min | 3 years ago

"jesse furman" Discussed on KCRW

"Twitter at KCRW for news, straight earphone. Oh. Now to a major development in the fight over a twenty twenty cents this citizenship question a federal judge in the southern district of New York ruled today that the Trump administration cannot add the controversial question to the upcoming census. The question asks, quote is this person a citizen of the United States plaintiffs in the case have argued that immigrants across the country would be less likely to complete the census if forced to include their citizenship status here discuss where the question goes from here is Sam LeVine voting rights reporter at huffpost. Hi sam. Hi, thanks so much for having me. Sure. So there are two issues here. I want to kind of unpack the first one because the district judge Jesse Furman has said that this citizenship question, essentially, violates the federal law. Can we explain what that federal law is? So what judge Furman said is that the decision to add citizenship question the way it was done. Violates a federal law called the administrative procedure act, and what that law requires is that one a federal agency wants to implement a change in policy or a new policy. They have to carefully study the evidence way the alternatives consider input from stakeholders before they make their decision and other words, they can't just decide to do something. And then the next day do it without considering the evidence, and what the Trump administration did here. Judge Furman said violated that act because they didn't carefully consider the alternatives. And when they looked at the evidence, they Nord what it said. And he says that there was clear evidence that the Commerce Department had that this was a bad decision that it was going to depress. The response rate that fewer people were going to respond and knowing that the Commerce Department still waived its hands and made the decision to add the question. What about the other issue? Here. And that's the plaintiffs are arguing as we mentioned in the introduction that this question would disincentivize or even deter immigrants documented and undocumented people from filling this out was there a response to the judge respond to that argument specifically, right? So the other part of the claim here was that there was a constitutional violation that the Trump administration added this question with an intent to discriminate against immigrants against minorities in hopes of driving down their response rate on the sensors and judge Furman actually did not find for the plaintiffs on that question what he said was the existing evidence in the record does not show that there was an intent to discriminate here that when they chose to add this question that they were carefully and tailoring this decision with the intent of driving down the response rate among emigrants. Is there a sense that that question? Will alternately come up again because I'm wondering if the citizenship question ultimately does end up on this census what the effects of that could be? There are concerns that there will be a undercount. That's right. I mean, the evidence at the federal trial that was late last year. It was pretty much undisputed that adding this question what's going to cause fewer people to respond on their own. Having fewer people respond would have really really severe consequences. The census is used to determine hundreds of billion dollars in federal funds how they're allocated and how congressional seats are apportioned to the states. So fewer people are responding that has consequences for a decade about how they're represented in their government, and the resources that think that further government Sam, do you expect this case to end up ultimately in front of the supreme court. Yes, I think there's almost no question that it will end up at the supreme court. The Trump administration has been very aggressive in the litigation so far in quickly appealing even minor rulings to the court of appeals for the second circuit and the supreme court. I would be very very surprised if this.

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"jesse furman" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:05 min | 3 years ago

"jesse furman" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Of Nairobi national police say the attack on an upscale hotel began with an explosion that destroyed three vehicles sitting outside a Bank. A suicide bomber then took his life in the hotel lobby before gunmen stormed that hotel building. Here's reporter Catherine arms gunman went in. We have initial reports of about four gunman all wearing black. They went in. They started shooting up the Bank. They went from the Bank to a restaurant called the secret garden and from there. They went into the Doucet hotel and started shooting that up officials say number of hotel guests have been seriously hurt at least one person confirmed dead, although witnesses on the scene say they've seen up to five bodies. But again, no confirmation on that as Molly extremist group, Al Shabaab now taking responsibility for this attack in Nairobi. We are continuing to watch the story as it develops right here on WBZ radio. Maybe you're leaving work for home. Or you're tuning in at home. You can always use the. Iheartradio app. If you don't have a radio nearby, a federal judge in New York has ruled the Trump administration cannot add a citizenship question to the twenty twenty cents says CBS's Steven Portnoy has details. The Trump administration has sought to add a citizenship question in next year census not asked if every household since nineteen fifty the stated rationale to properly enforce the Voting Rights Act, but a federal judge in New York says that rationale doesn't hold water that the administration only came up with it after it moved to add the question judge Jesse Furman and Obama appointee says asking about citizenship would lead in his estimation to a six percent decline in census responses from non-citizens Firmin's ruling is sure to be appeal here in Massachusetts secretary of State William Galvin says he's happy about today's decision in calls. The question and attempt to frighten immigrant communities into not answering. The census Elsa calls. It a clear and deliberate effort to depress the count in states with high immigrant populations such as Massachusetts. Also this. Our governor Baker announcing his. Choice to be the state's next chair of the state gambling commission. He's making that announcement at the state house. I'm Mike Macklin is there, of course, we'll get more from him when it happens. Previous chairman. Stephen Crosby resigned back in September over.

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"jesse furman" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

KLIF 570 AM

02:21 min | 3 years ago

"jesse furman" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

"Dot com. A Cumulus station. Direct answers question rejected. Mike moss. It's day one of confirmation hearings before the Senate Judiciary committee for attorney general nominee William bar. I am not going to do anything that. I think is wrong, and I will not be bullied into doing anything. I think is wrong. By anybody, whether it be editorial boards or congress or the president. I'm gonna do what I think is right. New hampshire. Senator Patrick layhee? The president's attorney Mr. Giuliani said the president should be correct. Muller report before public release turnovers. You could take us a report put his own spin on corrected before its release. Admit that would not happen. If you heard turning general that will not happen. More says if confirmed he would work to make sure congress and the public arrival to see the final Muller report federal judge Jesse Furman in New York has struck down the Trump administration's proposal to reintroduce citizenship question into the twenty twenty cents to Ukrainian men have been charged with hacking into computers at the securities and Exchange Commission stealing quarterly and annual reports of publicly traded companies before their public release House Republican leader Kevin McCarthy was asked whether he thinks congressman Steve king should resign over his comments about white supremacy. I think that's up to Steve king. The voters have elected him the House Republicans. Denounce his language. We do not believe in his language. The number three House Republican Liz Cheney is suggesting that kings should leave congress for his remarks day twenty five of the partial government shutdown in one federal workers union is asking a judge to demand. They be paid. If they are required to work. A number of federal workers have started go fund me accounts to raise cash on Wall Street. The Dow was up one twenty-six, I'm Mike moss. President Trump's new tax law cut your taxes by over five trillion dollars. Now, you can benefit and reduce your taxes two zero. It's possible. The new bestselling guide the Trump tax cut shows you how the Trump tax cut by tax expert. Eva Rosenburgh, reveals hundreds of.

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"jesse furman" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

02:47 min | 3 years ago

"jesse furman" Discussed on KTRH

"Twelve o one our top story. I don't believe Mr. Muller would would be involved in a witch hunt. Democrats are steering questioning toward bars opinions on the authority of the special counsel, Robert Muller and presidential authority which could relate to the Russian investigation. Barr. Says one of his priorities is fair elections in a democracy like ours. The right to vote is paramount in a period of great political division. One of the foundations of our nation is our enduring commitment to the peaceful transition of power through elections. If confirmed I will ensure that the full might of our resources are brought to bear against foreign persons who unlawfully interfere in our elections bar did work with Robert Muller when he served as attorney general in the George H W Bush administration if confirmed bar would oversee the Muller. Investigation. A federal judge has barred the Trump administration from adding commonsense citizenship question to the twenty twenty cents us US district judge Jesse Furman says it's not the question. He has a problem with it's the way it was added. The judge says US commerce secretary Wilbur Ross added the citizenship question to the upcoming census arbitrarily and didn't follow the proper procedure a dozen cities and states along with immigrants rights groups had sued over adding the question a separate suit. In the same issue was also underway in California. The supreme court is set to take up the issue next month in New York City Tanya, j powers Fox News, the Texas court of criminal appeals stops the first execution of twenty nineteen the court issued a stay of execution for twenty nine year old Blaine milem a day before his scheduled lethal injection. These Texas man was convicted and the two thousand eight beating of thirteen month old Amora Carson milem and the child's mother hit the girl multiple times with a hammer, and what was supposed to be some sort of exercise them. Judges called on a lower. Court to reexamine bite Mark evidence, which has now been discredited Rusk county. Prosecutors claim the argument was settled at a trial in two thousand ten the defense argued that milem is intellectually disabled the court will consider my limbs claim under current medical standards. Rachel estrada. Newsradio seven forty KTAR h local chapter of a government employees union plans to rally today to call for an end of the partial government shutdown. Members of the American federation of government employees will stage the rally in front of NASA's Johnson Space center, some twenty eight hundred NASA workers have been idle for more than three weeks. Katie rates. News time twelve four on Wall Street. The Dow is now up one hundred twenty four twenty four thousand thirty four the NASDAQ is up one hundred six to seven thousand twelve s and p five hundred up twenty four to twenty six zero six oil at fifty one eighty now gains at esta wealth management gives.

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"jesse furman" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

02:15 min | 3 years ago

"jesse furman" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"Sixty of os San Francisco. A Cumulus station now on Amazon just tell Alexa, play five sixty K F O. Direct answers question rejected. Mike moss. It's day one of confirmation hearings before the Senate Judiciary committee for attorney general nominee William bar. I am not gonna do anything that. I think is wrong, and I will not be bullied into doing anything. I think is wrong by anybody whether it be editorial boards or congress or the president. How many do what I think is right? New hampshire. Senator Patrick layhee? The president's attorney Mr. Giuliani said the president should be able to correct. The Muller reported before public release to another as you could take us a biscuit, a report presume spin on it before its release. Commit that would not happen. If your attorney general that will not happen Barr says if confirmed he would work to make sure congress and the public or able to see the final Muller report federal judge Jesse Furman in New York has struck down the Trump administration's proposal to reintroduce citizenship question into the twenty twenty cents to Ukrainian men have been charged with hacking into computers at the securities and Exchange Commission stealing quarterly and annual reports have publicly traded companies before their public release House Republican leader Kevin McCarthy was asked whether he thinks congressman Steve king should resign over his comments about white supremacy. I think that's up to Steve king. The voters have elected him the House Republicans. Denounce his language. We do not believe in his language number three House Republican. Liz Cheney is suggesting that king should leave congress for his remarks day twenty-five of the partial government shutdown in one federal workers union is asking a judge to demand. They be paid. If they are required to work. A number of federal workers have started go fund me accounts to raise cash on Wall Street. The Dow was up one twenty-six, I'm Mike moss. A new poll says more Americans approve of President Trump than they do the big media..

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"jesse furman" Discussed on News Talk KOKC 1520

News Talk KOKC 1520

02:10 min | 3 years ago

"jesse furman" Discussed on News Talk KOKC 1520

"We'd love the opportunity to serve you, Tracy, Oklahoma City Tyler media station. Being over one million Oklahoma wins every was ninety five point three FM and fifteen twenty AM direct question rejected by Mike. Moore's it's day, one of confirmation hearings before the Senate Judiciary committee for attorney general nominee William bar. I am not going to do anything that. I think is wrong, and I will not be bullied into doing anything. I think is wrong. By anybody, whether it be editorial boards or congress or the president. How many do what I think is right? New hampshire. Senator Patrick layhee presence attorney Mr. Giuliani said the president should be able to correct. The Muller reported before public release to another Brazil takes us, a biscuit. A report results spit on it before its release. Commit that would not happen. If you're attorney general that will not happen says if confirmed he would work to make sure congress and the public original to see the final Muller report federal judge Jesse Furman in New York has struck down the Trump administration's proposal to reintroduce citizenship question into the twenty twenty cents to Ukrainian men have been charged with hacking into computers at the securities and Exchange Commission stealing quarterly and annual reports have publicly traded companies before the public release House Republican leader Kevin McCarthy was asked whether he thinks congressman Steve king should resign over his comments about white supremacy. I think that's up to Steve king. The voters have. Elected him, the House Republicans. Denounce his language. We do not believe in his language. The number three House Republican Liz Cheney is suggesting that Kim should leave congress for his remarks day twenty-five of the partial government shutdown in one federal workers union is asking a judge to demand. They be paid. If they are required to work. A number of federal workers have started go fund me accounts to raise cash on Wall Street. The Dow was up one twenty-six. I'm Mike moss..

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"jesse furman" Discussed on News Radio WGOW

News Radio WGOW

02:32 min | 3 years ago

"jesse furman" Discussed on News Radio WGOW

"Yeah. We've got it covered. Newsradio eleven fifty W G O W Chattanooga. Directories question rejected by Mike moss. It's day one of confirmation hearings before the Senate Judiciary committee for attorney general nominee William bar. I am not going to do anything that. I think is wrong, and I will not be bullied into doing anything. I think is wrong. By anybody, whether it be editorial boards or congress or the president. How many do what I think is right? New hampshire. Senator Patrick layhee? The president's attorney Mr. Giuliani said the president should be able to correct. The molar report before public release turnovers you could take this viscous a report put his own spin on corrective before its release. Commit that would not happen. If your attorney general that will not happen says if confirmed he would work to make sure congress and the public or able to see the final Muller report federal judge Jesse Furman in New York has struck down the Trump administration's proposal to reintroduce citizenship question into the twenty twenty cents to Ukrainian men have been charged with hacking into computers at the securities and Exchange Commission stealing quarterly and annual reports have publicly traded companies before their public release House Republican leader Kevin McCarthy was asked whether he thinks congressman Steve king should resign over his comments about white supremacy. I think that's up to Steve Cain. The voters have elected him. They House Republicans. Denounce his language. We do not believe in his language number three House Republican Liz Cheney and suggesting that Kim should leave congress for his remarks day twenty five of the partial government shutdown in one federal workers union is asking a judge to demand. They be paid. If they are required to work. A number of federal workers have started go fund me accounts to raise cash on Wall Street. The Dow was up one twenty-six, I'm Mike Moore. Oh, hey, hey, did you hear my friends company was the victim of an Email impersonation attack? It's a serious threat to every business. What if cybercriminals target us and trick accounting into making a wire transfer? Don't worry we have Baracouda. So where secured barracuda uses artificial intelligence to detect and block spearfishing account takeover attempts. What a relief don't.

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"jesse furman" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:30 min | 3 years ago

"jesse furman" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"It is twenty eight degrees. Sunny skies in Boston at eleven thirty. Good morning. I'm Nicole Davis. And here's what's happening. A federal judge in New York has now ruled the Trump administration cannot added citizenship question to the twenty twenty census CBS's. Steven Portnoy for details. Trump administration has sought to add a citizenship question in next year census not asked if every household since nineteen fifty the stated rationale to properly enforce the Voting Rights Act, but a federal judge in New York says that rationale doesn't hold water that the administration only came up with it after it moved to add the question judge Jesse Furman and Obama appointee says asking about citizenship would lead in his estimation to a six percent decline in census responses from non-citizens Firmin's ruling is sure to be appealed here in Massachusetts secretary of state. William Galvin says he's happy about this decision. In a statement. He calls the question and attempt to frighten immigrant communities into non answering and a clear and deliberate effort to depress the count in states with high immigrant populations such as Massachusetts on Capitol Hill today, the confirmation hearings underway for the president's attorney gen. Nominee William bar today. He's answering questions from the Senate Judiciary committee and many of those questions have focused on his past comments on the special counsels. Russia probe Senator Patrick layhee the democrat from Vermont asking bar, if there was any way he saw that Muller could be fired bar responded saying he can't imagine such a scenario naturally showed some support for allowing that probe to wrap up under the regulations.

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"jesse furman" Discussed on WLAC

WLAC

01:43 min | 3 years ago

"jesse furman" Discussed on WLAC

"He has good things to say about the special counsel. I'm Dave Anthony, Fox News. I don't believe Mr. Muller would would be involved in a witch hunt attorney general nominee, William Bard is Senate confirmation hearing asked by Republican committee chairman Lindsey Graham about those in the FBI who anti-trump texts during the campaign. Do you promise me as attorney general if you get this job to look into see what happened in two thousand sixteen? Yes. Mr Chairman, how do these statements sit with you? I was shocked when I saw them please get to the bottom of it. Now. Democrats want different answers. Fox's Rachel Sutherland live in Washington daybreak you member Dianne Feinstein asked about one thousand nine page memo bar wrote last summer in which he criticised what he called Bob molars, obstruction of Justice theory. I was speculating I freely said at the beginning, I was writing in the dark, and we're all in the dark bar said he wrote the memo on his own initiative, and that he distributed it broadly. So that other lawyers would have the benefit of issues bar also vowed not interfere with the Russia probe and said he will make as much information from the mull report public as possible under Justice department policy. Dave, Rachel, the Trump administration has just lost in court. Again. Fox's Tanya j powers as details. Live district judge. Jesse Furman says commerce secretary Wilbur Ross can't add a citizenship question to the two thousand twenty cents us. Now, it's not the question. The judge has a problem with. It's the way it was added. He says secretary. Ross added that citizenship question arbitrarily and didn't follow the proper procedure a dozen cities and states along with immigrants rights groups had sued over adding the question does it prim- court is set to take up the issue next month? Dave Johnny new caravans heading to America. I.

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"jesse furman" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

02:00 min | 3 years ago

"jesse furman" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"Amazon just tell Alexa, play five sixty. That statement afoul. He will approach special counsel Robert Muller's Russia investigation. It's day one of bars confirmation hearing before the Senate Judiciary committee with the Muller probe a central focus so far the country needs a credible resolution to these issues, and if confirmed I will not permit partisan politics personal interests or any other improper consideration to interfere with this or any other investigation. Barr says he has faith in Muller and took her question about that. From Republican Senator Lindsey Graham, do you believe Mr. Muller would be involved in a witch hunt against anybody? I don't I don't believe Mr. Muller would would be involved in a witch hunt. A federal judge in New York has struck down the Trump administration's proposal to reintroduce citizenship question into the twenty twenty cents more on that from Steve Kastenbaum in New York. The question itself would not have violated the constitution. According to this ruling, but US district judge Jesse Furman said commerce secretary Wilbur Ross did not. Follow proper procedure. When he arbitrarily tried to added to the census, lawyers, representing dozens of cities and states filed a lawsuit along with immigrants rights groups. They argued that adding the question would scare immigrants away from participating in the census. There are other suits on this matter, pending and other jurisdictions, though, the Trump administration is expected to appeal. This ruling Steve Kastenbaum, New York with no end in sight of a government shutdown stalemate, President Trump is trying to find some support for building a border wall from rank and file moderate Democrats inviting a group to launch over at the White House, and bypassing speaker Nancy Pelosi Pelosi reportedly told those members it's okay, stocks are showing gains on Wall Street this hour. I'm Michael Toscano. Broadcasting live from the San Francisco Bay area. This is talk radio five sixty king. Esu? With Brian Sussman and Katie green starts now shave your.

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Sessions backs Rosenstein and rebukes GOP for attacks on DOJ

Indivisible

03:37 min | 3 years ago

Sessions backs Rosenstein and rebukes GOP for attacks on DOJ

"Surly as October NPR's Hansi. Lo Wong reports US district. Judge Jesse Furman wrote in his opinion that the decision to add the citizenship question may have been motivated by quote, discriminatory, animus and decision was made by commerce, secretary Wilbur Ross overseas. A census he has said the Justice department initiated the requests for the question to better enforce the Voting Rights Act, but internal emails released as part of the lawsuits show that Ross wanted to add the question soon after he took over the Commerce Department and Ross did show by overruling warnings about the question from the census bureau still judge Furman did note that the commerce secretary does have broad authority over the census. The plaintiffs he wrote quote, may not ultimately be able to prove that he exercised that authority in an unlawful manner. Ozzy Lewan NPR news, new York Attorney General Jeff Sessions is defending his deputy rod Rosenstein, Philip Martin of member station w. g. b. h. reports sessions used an appearance in Boston today to stand by Rosenstein who's facing an. Impeachment effort by House Republicans rod Rosenstein overseas special counsel Robert, Muller's, Russia investigation would sessions recused themselves from, last year Rosenstein has. Been a target of criticism from President Trump and House Republicans with members of the house freedom caucus looking to push, the deputy g. out of office over what they say has been a lack of cooperation in their counter investigation of the Muller probe but sessions applauded Rosenstein and urge congress to focus on the border instead my deputy rod Rosenstein is highly capable I have the highest confidence in him sessions was in town. To announce the arrest of, unauthorized immigrants accused of fraud and other crimes I'm Phillip Martin for NPR news in Boston. Vice-president Pence is demanding, Turkey release an American pastor who is now under house arrest accused, of supporting a failed coup two years ago release pastor Andrew Brunson now or be prepared to face the consequences Brunson was held in Jail for nearly. Two years President Trump is, threatening sanctions encore, calls the, threat unacceptable, this is NPR from k. q. e. d. news. I'm Jeremy Siegel governor Jerry Brown is declaring a state of emergency in Mariposa county due to the, massive wildfire there the blazes forced Yosemite officials to close Yosemite valley and the won't area of the park until Sunday you're seventy spokesman Scott Gettleman says the evacuation, of the parks most popular area will likely have a significant financial. Impact, on a busy typical summer day like. Today we'd have over three hundred campsites Paul up campers we'd have all the hotels and lodges Paul, restaurants given the fact that none. Of that is happening is both an economic. Impact in an impact to the, visitors the Ferguson fire has now scorched more than, forty three thousand acres and it's twenty seven percent, contained the Muny system in San Francisco is experiencing a high level. Of delays and cancellations This summer because the agency hasn't kept up with driver training. Needs that's according to a, report from the San Francisco. Examiner here's reporter Joe FitzGerald Rodriguez there were transit. Planners who. Knew hey. We're buying new trains we're buying new buses and we're gonna shut down one hundred year old. Twin peaks tunnel for two months and run buses instead the transit division sought common and yet the. Training division it. Just didn't gel they didn't train enough people, in time and now there's a shortage about Rigas says things may improve when the twin. Peaks tunnel reopens at the end of next month but some..

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Trump administration must turn over information about 2020 census question

Morning Edition

02:55 min | 3 years ago

Trump administration must turn over information about 2020 census question

"Things have good on new jersey transit on the subways we have delays on the d train and alternate side parking rules are suspended today attorneys general from new york new jersey and fourteen other states have filed statements in federal court about what life is like for immigrant families separated at the us border the documents from children parents and organizations serving them come in support of emotion in a lawsuit the pursuing against the trump administration amy spittle nick is a senior policy adviser for new york ag barbara underwood we have for instance a south american boy he was pulled apart from his father at the mexican border and brought to a social services organization in new york where they found him about to jump out a window of his group home because he was so distraught to be separated from his family if the judge grants the motion the attorneys general will be allowed to interview parents in federal detention and provide information on their whereabouts new york governor andrew cuomo wants state health officials to oversee the blood testing of children who may have been exposed to lead paint in new york city's public housing buildings the announcement comes after it was revealed that the city has not been notifying parents of the results of earlier tests that showed children living in nitra apartments could potentially toxic levels of lead in their blood cuomo says his office has been receiving calls from anxious parents there in certain heard so many different accounts cuomo says state health commissioner dr howard sucker will meet with representatives from various new york city agencies niger tenants groups and the federal government to develop an independent system supervised by the state quote hundreds of thousands of children could be eligible the city says it's current program of free testing and home inspections is adequate a federal lawsuit challenging a question about citizenship status on the us census is moving forward a federal judge in new york has ordered the trump administration to provide information on its decision to include the question on the twenty twenty cents is form in a hearing yesterday judge jesse furman says there's evidence the administration acted in bad faith in new york new jersey and several cities and states around the country are suing the department of commerce and the census bureau over the question arguing it could result in an inaccurate count by discouraging immigrants from participating in the survey and the nypd won't be allowed to release anymore footage taken by officers body cams for awhile that's after a state appellate court temporarily blocked the practice the city's largest police union the patrolmen's benevolent association had argued that releasing the footage violates police officers writes this is wnyc support for npr comes from constant contact with email marketing tools that include drag and drop editing and customizable templates learn more at constant contact dot com american icon sometimes dive.

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Trump administration must turn over information about 2020 census question

Kate Dalley

02:47 min | 3 years ago

Trump administration must turn over information about 2020 census question

"The us justice department more from npr's yuki noguchi glencore shares plunged after it revealed that is under investigation for violations of money laundering and corruption laws the investigation relates to its operations in nigeria the democratic republic of congo and venezuela over the last decade but the company was already under scrutiny for its ethics glencore which operates metal minds and makes and markets agricultural and energy commodities already faced a potential bribery probe related to its mining operations in the congo the company says it is reviewing the subpoena you can achieve npr news washington major us trading partners including the european union china and japan are voicing their concerns about possible us measures on imported autos and parts they appeared before the world trade organization japan's warren such measures could trigger a spiral of countermeasures on wall street the dow dropped one hundred and thirty two points the nasdaq was down sixty five points this is npr and you're listening to wnyc i'm jamie floyd the new york city public housing authority now says it needs thirty two billion dollars to make repairs and improvements over the next five years that's a twentyseven percent increase over its previous estimate andrew ryan a consultant for the citizens budget commission says the authorities only slated to get a quarter of what it needs if you go on this path you are not going to reverse the decline of niger which is already insignificant state of disrepair ryan says federal state and city governments have all failed to support public housing for decades a federal lawsuit challenging a question about citizenship status on the us census is moving forward federal judge in new york has ordered the trump administration to provide information on its decision to include the question on the twenty twenty cents is form in a hearing today judge jesse furman said there is evidence the administration acted in bad faith new york new jersey and several cities and states around the country are suing the us department of commerce and the census bureau over the question arguing it could result in an inaccurate count by discouraging immigrants from participating in the survey and the mta has released the beta version of its new app it's called my mta james ramsay from wnyc's we the commuter project tried it out he says all it works well as an accurate countdown clock if you're standing on a hot subway platform it has some other shortcomings the problem is once i'm on the train and we stall out in a tunnel for about eight minutes and not only is the announcement on the intercom unintelligible but there's no way in the app for me to send a message to the mta saying i'm on this train stalled out.

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