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"judge howard" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5

New Jersey 101.5

01:43 min | 1 year ago

"judge howard" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5

"Around two a.m. on route 28 after getting often NJ TRANSIT commuter bus. New Jersey news made possible by rocket mortgage when you need an expert to help navigate the home loan process. Rocket can, the state attorney general has added to the list of Jersey law enforcement required to use body worn cameras as of June. In addition to uniformed officers on patrol, the state now requires those on tactical teams like Swat, as well as officers in uniform. It demonstrations or potential civil disturbances to wear body cams as well. Officers with canine units and those assigned to front desk duty at police stations also will be required to wear cameras with stringent rules against shutting them off under a directive from state Attorney General Good Beer Gray Wall There are still exceptions, including for undercover officers. Aaron Vote New Jersey one a 1.5 news handle it outside my chambers, says Galloway. Township Municipal Judge Howard Freed, sending Neptune Middle School vice principal Michael Sparrow and three people he's accused of throwing beer at earlier this spring to community mediation. Both sides claim harassment sparrows wife was complaining about a transgender woman is used. A public bathroom and the group of three films her doing so point, Pleasant Beach and Jenkinson's air, bringing back an old tourism slogan to send a message about how they expect visitors to behave this summer. Nice place for nice People. Mayor Paul Kenitra says it is a matter of having respect for the borrow disrespectful behavior scares away families of all backgrounds from all over the tri state area that are used to coming On wreck, creating and enjoying and spending money in point. Pleasant Beach. Visitors to the area should look for increased police presence, more trash patrols and alcohol will only be allowed in areas designated by the state Alcoholic Beverage Control Commission. Get the latest Jersey news on your schedule on demand. Go to n j 115.

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"judge howard" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

77WABC Radio

07:33 min | 1 year ago

"judge howard" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

"Hours before Election Day. 2020 observing what we can see of the two major parties and their candidates in these last days, there is fresh news that the very popular former president Barack Obama was out on the campaign trail in Philadelphia. For the vice president. What was missing from the photographs off these events where the large crowds that they advised that the president always drew in 22,008 in 2012. When he was campaigning for the presidency. Perhaps it was the virus. Perhaps it wass that is a very good evening to you. Your American greatness piece entertains. Why? What? Why it is that Barack Obama himself walking the streets of Philadelphia. Did not attract great attention. Do we have one version of this that we can point to, or is this going to remain a mystery? Good evening to you? Good evening to you and to Andy. Well, it's like that movie meet had made this a spinal tap. So this is kind of the scene where you had puppet show and Barack Obama in Philadelphia. And it reminded me a cz well of the reunion that the happy days members were having to try to turn Wisconsin for by Can. I don't know who cared about that. So the problem Mr Obama has he seems to think that he still is relevant as he was back when he was president, and it's very hard to realize that you're not So when you're looking at this, what it does tell us is that they're very concerned about African American turnout to send Barack Obama. The Philadelphia tells me that they're not getting the numbers out of there that they need to win that state. There was one photograph of the former president with a bullhorn. I think it was a bullhorn. It was a way to make project your voice. Standing outside of what looked like Siri's of canopies, and there were young people standing around. I presume it had to do with voting early or getting out the vote, and they looked nonplussed. There were just a handful of them standing there behind the former president. There was no one on the street. In fact, this was central Philadelphia, the lovely brick the brick houses that are in central Philadelphia. And again I did not see what you have to say, was the kind of enthusiasm we've always associated with Barack Obama. Is this Obama's problem? Or is this Biden's problem in your opinion, Fatties? Well, I think it's Biden's problem. President Obama, former president Obama is doing his best to drive out the vote, and the lack of enthusiasm seems to be contagious. Look, I got enormous amount of empathy for Barack Obama. Look, I screamed at my TV in my living room to Justus many peoples, he screamed out in Philadelphia, and the results are going to be the same. They vote in Pennsylvania is a great concern for both parties. It's my home state. I take it very personally. I'm AKI Stoner, and the reason I pay attention is because of you glance at the Electoral College map. The road to 2 70 goes through Pennsylvania. So, Andy, I turned to you and an article that you've post your posting about Pennsylvania because it has to do with All all great stories eventually or one. Andy, That's what's happening here. Amy Cockney balance of the Supreme Court Court packing Donald Trump, Joe Biden. Theseus Cream Court of Pennsylvania, the governor of Pennsylvania. The legislator, Pennsylvania's all in one story, So right now, Emmy Cockney Barrett is within hours. Of taking her seat on the Supreme Court. Come Tuesday morning. What is it that you see, as one of her first challenge is to do with Pennsylvania? Well, I think, John that she will go right from the frying pan of the confirmation process to the fire. Of litigation over the election. We've already had one challenge in Pennsylvania, where the Supreme Court Lawlessly changed the election rules to allow counting to continue after Election Day, three day the Supreme Court of Pennsylvania That is correct. Right State Supreme Court changed a basically rewrote a statute even though the Constitution is pretty clear. Sided state legislatures, not state courts that is supposed to make the rules for presidential election under the guise of Corona virus, the state Supreme Court Which is controlled by Democrats ruled that the voting can continue for at least three days after election day. And they added a presumption that unless there's ironclad postmark proof That a ballot was cast after November 3rd. It's supposed to be counted, which will necessarily means that if there are illegible postmark or no postmarks on votes that were cast after November, 3rd, which is after the voting is supposed to be over after the media is supposes is going to be reporting results. Those votes could be counted, which means you could get postelection antics that changed the result of the election. So the Republican Party went to court, the Republican Party of Pennsylvania to try to stop The Ah, that from happening when they failed at stake cord they went to the Supreme Court. And rather than reaffirm its jurisprudence, justice Chief Justice Roberts voted With the three remaining liberals on the court, meaning there was a 44 tie. Because the conservative justices wanted to hear the case on DH that was not allowed to happen because of the 44 tie, which means the State Supreme Court ruling allowing the shenanigans stands so now what the Republicans did on Friday night. Would say, Okay, we know we already lost our litigation to try to get the court to issue a stay on what the Supreme Court of Pennsylvania did. So now what we want the court to do is rule on the merits of our lawsuit. And do it as quickly as possible. Forget about a stay. We're asking you to go right to the merits and decide whether this is constitutional and lawful or not. That case was filed on Friday night. And I believe that Amy Cockney Barrett Judge Howard, now of the seventh Circuit will be Justice Barritt within a few hours, as you just say the White House evidently is planning A swearing in ceremony tonight. Justice Clarence Thomas will be there to swear in the new Justice Bharat and she'll be on the Supreme Court by Tuesday. On DH. That case is obviously going to be one of the things that's in front of the court when she gets there that is Hammy Harvey geniuses of the Pennsylvania Supreme Court, aware that there's early voting going on, you know they also aware of the fact that in the U. S House, the majority party used to hold the board open as long as it took to get the result they wanted. I find those two facts rather pertinent to what they did, don't you? I sure do. I mean, there's no reason to try to push the election date. It seems to me that it is that if you were really concerned about Corona virus What you would be encouraging people to do is vote early, not late..

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"judge howard" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO

Newsradio 600 KOGO

02:01 min | 1 year ago

"judge howard" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO

"No Go. I'm flip Albert in the Kobe News Center, setting a Superior court judge today. Deciding that address in Palm, a valley in the North County will not be the new home for a sexually violent child Predator. Judge Howard Shore issued the ruling days after hearing 1/2 day of virtual testimony of people opposed to 75 year old Joseph Bocklet being moved from a state hospital to a home on Adam's drive in Palm a valley. The judge decided against moving Bocklet to that address and is now considering other housing options. Bocklet was convicted of molesting three Children ages 4 to 9. He served 17 years in prison, then was moved to a state hospital and has been granted release with GPS monitoring. Maryland Haider KOGO News The Sentinel County Board of Supervisors today has turned down a proposal by Nathan Fletcher to allow the legal sale of cannabis products in the unincorporated areas of the county. Fletcher said the county's current band creates illegal shops, ATM or criminal activity. The Sheriff's department has investigated 83 on licence Cannabis dispensary since 2018 costing them well over $200,000 in cost. Our lack of regulation negligible impact a lot of the surrounding jurisdictions. Lamaze is legal facilities with your subject, regulation and enforcement. Suffer because in certain areas, you can literally walk across the street to an illegal dispensary that crops up several dozen members of the public testimony. The supervisor's meeting today before the board rejected Fletcher's idea, Sentinel County today reporting 348 new cases of the Corona virus and 10 more deaths. That raises the death toll in the county since the start of the pandemic. 2 578 Some good news. The single day positive test rate was 5%. The rolling two week average now is a 5.3% with hospital in I C u numbers continuing to trend downward. Sentinel County sympathizers today, clearing the way for places of worship and fitness centers to use the county's public parks during the cove, it related health order that bands indoor operations..

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"judge howard" Discussed on State of Fear Podcast

State of Fear Podcast

10:45 min | 2 years ago

"judge howard" Discussed on State of Fear Podcast

"Finally had the climate another ladder to get the top of the main tank. Only after all this noticed something unusual quote I noticed the hatch. The main tank was opened and looked inside and saw Asian will been lying face up in the water. Approximately twelve inches from the top of the tank. Okay so I take. That back tank was not locked behind her. It was a wide open. It was open was open. Yeah I had all reports. Her Pryor has stated that the top of the tank was locked behind when she was in she was inside but apparently that was not true. Apparently the was wide open so we so we think anyway right. Who was up there knowing you say 'cause net when you look at it now as like this dude looks guilty as Hell Queen Us Guinot. And if he's out there still alive in listening to this somehow sorry do. Lopez said as reported to L. A. EST- to La Esiason magazine. Whatever Lopez's testimony suggested that would have been difficult for lamb to make the top of the water tank on her own at least not without anyone noticing the hotels chief Engineer Federal. Tovar also made clear that it would be difficult for anyone to access to rooftop where the hotel water tanks were located without triggering alarms which we may not mentioned already. Yup Only hotel employees would be able to react with larne properly. If if it was triggered the sound of the alarm would reach the front desk as well as the entire top two floors of hotel. So he's not the only one that had access to turn off the alarm. All the hotel employees did okay. So that means they're guilty. But who stopped elevator? Exactly little back to that Los Angeles Superior Court Judge Howard home ruled that the death of Lisa lamb was unforeseeable because it happened in an area where guests were not allowed to access so the lawsuit was dismissed while an answer to the mystery behind the death of Lisa lamb remains unclear. Obsession surrounding that mystery has remained in the public conscious. Ever since and to this day. Nobody knows exactly what happened to these lamp. E exact and these unsal things are always find them very strange. I always find him scary in it is. It's yeah because if they got away with it I mean there are people in this world. We probably went through entire allies. Got Away with something you know medieval and you know. Nobody ever even suspected him. I mean in this day of like as you mentioned before cameras everywhere. Dna evidence. I mean people have cell phones and so they're always according to stuff For somebody to be able to still get away with murder. He is genuinely frightening. And it's also a lot less lot less likely nowadays right and it was back then right but still that is a huge mystery but like I said Bub reading the story though that most people point out and go back the dude man the dude that founder. He did it. I'm sure ten people have to have a mart- Lopez as the suspect. 'cause I don't know you know. Facts are not the top of that tank would have been locked and I would think you would have to be by law to protect the water supply right right because you can't just who's who's to prevent some fucker from going up there and putting forty gallons of sulphuric acid in there and somebody's taking a shower and melts their face off right something like that. Oh yeah or even contaminating tank with some sort of poison. Bright exactly cyanide to kill everyone of them within minutes and they'd have no idea right because he dropped dead from that stuff and wake up the next morning have five hundred guests in the hotel. Did from drinking the hotel water exactly exactly so it had been secured somehow so I guess it is going to have to remain unsolved or else we're gonNA just concentrate on Ms Lee next time around on California. Maybe I don't know there's a lot to talk about their. I'm sure the maintenance guy was questioned. Probably quite extensively probably. I'm sure he was. Yeah well the first thing you WANNA do. When you're hot you've hidden a body is to yell from the rooftop no pun intended. Hey I found somebody dead in the water tank. I was checking out something because they said or the foul whatever and I found this in the water tank. Holy Crap. Call the cops you know. That's one of the best thing you know. One of the things that criminals probably due back in the old days is like hey if we leak we actually call the cops and report the crime they won't. We won't be the first suspect right right. Throw them off the trail. You know yeah. I don't know I mean the as far as I can tell there. There aren't any actual suspects names listed as far as the case. So if how could it be there was only the one dude? What but all the hotel Give workers had the ability. Turn alarm off either that or the head alibis and in who who's to say that a hotel employee didn't steal keys maintenance worker to open up the the the elevator. I don't know I'm Gordon. Slap somebody now now that but again go back going back to the video. If she went to the left of the yellow when she got out and he was to the right at some point he would have qualified to cross the door opening to goods. Follow her which is another thing cameras. There's a camera that elevator. There hadn't been camera than halls. I would think you would think. But but they don't have that angle angle now. He has access to the recording room. He could have blanked the tape You know they don't mention that in the story. Yeah but there's things because whoever was pursuing her at least seemed to be pursuing her Was off camera. The whole time was talking to never came into view of the camera. He he knew where the camera was in there. So you need to stay out of that or he was just a crazy guests. One of these murdering motherfuckers keeps coming to this place new everything whereas walked round. Sculpt the place out figured out how to do it. There's also the part of the video. Where when she looks out of the door she doesn't just look in one direction she looks now. It's creepy to both directions. The doors are stuck open. It's almost like a horror movie. You know you're sitting there and you're getting tents watching this video godly. He's waiting for somebody to bum rusher Do some but the waste. There's nothing happening. She's just and why wouldn't she when she got when she walked out of the elevator when she run she stood there and made weird gestures with their hands? Because maybe it was a familiar person. You know she obviously wasn't comfortable. I get something with cream comfortable. So she she just ran. Maybe it was the fact that the elevator wasn't moving. And maybe she's sticking her head out she might a heard some noise. There's no telling. I wish there was audio. It'd been cool if there was. Yeah I mean the video is so bad that you came and see like timer date on the video because it's all excited out. Yep Yeah it's not. It's not clear how we'll see. I guess I guess there's no good copies of it probably now. There's not the one they released. His is the one. You've seen their tampered evidence. Yeah see I'm sorry. Something something weird about that man. I mean somebody. Somebody pulled the job right so they had to really think it out. Yeah Yeah so all right well Man That's a that's a crazy crazy hotel. I ain't going. I'm not saying I mean I wouldn't mind going investigating it. I will pitch a tent in the street. But I'M NOT GONNA stay goes down skid row. I death almost in in a in a room near window near the now outside ghost hunting. This place we'll be back. Yeah maybe we'll do that. One day might even get voice. Richard Ramirez up in there. You never know yeah. That'd be awesome all right well until next time I am Chris and I'm Jay and we'll see you guys in the next state of fear you bet. Oh and don't forget to stay tuned for the personal encounter stories coming up right now. Hi I'm Christian and I'm here to tell my ghost story. I'm nineteen and I've been a firm believer of the paranormal for quite some time. I live in an apartment complex age and I've never been told of any haunting or anything scary except that it's apparently in a bad part of town last night there was a knock on my door. I assumed it was. It was a neighbor something like that so I go to answer but no one is there. I brush it off as a prank so I close the door after looking outside then I realized I didn't hear any footsteps in a would've because the stairs to my apartment vibrate and make very loud noises when stepped upon then. I hear knocking again. But this time it's quieter and quicker I go to answer again in. No one. Is there once again. I start to get angry. He freaked out about this. I closed the door and wait right next to him again. Something knocked but really hard and loud that it will cut my roommates. I answered quickly again in nothing. No one's there. That's when my roommates asked me what is happening. I tell them the story and they think I'm joking. So they go back to their rooms as they walk away. See very tall man with the most horrific face my balcony it has hallways whereas cheek should be in his teeth. Protruding out of his face. I'd tell my roommates to rush back to see this but he's gone already a go out to my balcony reluctantly in on the floor where he was standing or teeth. That are black like charcoal. I freak out and show my roommates and they realized that I wasn't joking. After some talking I decided to go to bed about an hour later. I then wake up really early in the morning out. Assume like three. Am Rochelle. And I see the man standing over me in moments later. He gives his terrifying scream. That sounds like he's gurgling saliva and is choking. I had no idea what to do so I just hid under my blanket. Terrified in the screaming stopped. I peeked out of my blanket and find nothing. I told roommates that I was moving up the next morning in. That's the end of my story own. You've been listening to four hundred shines..

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"judge howard" Discussed on Creepify

Creepify

04:24 min | 2 years ago

"judge howard" Discussed on Creepify

"Her antipsychotic recently. These conclusions suggests that lamb who had been diagnosed with bipolar disorder and depression may have not been taking her medications properly is important finding to note given that the use of antidepressants to treat bipolar. Disorder can risk inducing maniac side effects and done without caution some sluice have understandably latched onto this detail and suggested it was likely explanation behind lambs. Strange behavior in the Elevator Hotel Manager. Amy Prices Statements in court strongly support his theory during lamb. Stay at this is still hotel. Price said that lamb was originally book however complaints of odd behavior from lames roommates forced lamb to be moved to a private room by herself but even if at least lamb had been suffering from mental health issues. How does she end up dead? Furthermore how does she end up in the hotels who tells Waterton the autopsy did not show any foul play in the evidence that was processed but the courts office noted that they were unable to four. Oh examination because they cannot examine the blood from lambs. Decomposing Body. David Lamb found a wrongful death suit against Cecile Hotel. Several months after their daughter's death was uncovered the lambs attorney stated that the hotel had a duty to inspect and see got hazards in the hotel that presented in an unreasonable risk. Danger to lamb and any other guest. The hotel fought back against the suit following a motion to dismiss it. The hotels as lawyer argued that the hotel had no reason to think that someone would be able to get into one of their water tanks based on court statements from the hotel's maintenance staff the hotels the argument is not entirely farfetched stance Yoga Lopez. Who is a first define lamps body describing how much effort he had to exert just to finder body Lopez said that he took the elevator to the fifteenth floor? The hotel before walking up the staircase to the roof then he had turtle the rooftop rooftop alarm and climbed the platform. The hotels for water tanks relocate. Finally he had to climb in Netherland to get to the top of the main. Take the only after he did all that that he noticed something unusual I noticed a has to the main water tank was open and looked inside and saw an Asian woman lying face up in the water. Approximately twelve inches from atop the tank mopey said as reported to the La Times Lopez testimony suggested. Yes that it would have been difficult for lamb to make it to the top of the water tank on our own at least not without anyone noticing. The hotels jeep deep engineer. Petro to Var also made it clear that it'd be difficult for anymore to access to rooftop where the hotel water tanks located without trigger on the alarms. I only hotel. Employees would have been able to deactivate the alarm properly. If it was triggered the sale of the alarm would reach the front desk as wells entire top up two floors of the hotel Los Angeles Superior Court Judge Howard ruled that the death of at least a lamb was unforeseeable because because it happened in an area that guess we're not allowed to access so the lawsuit was dismissed. I hope you enjoy this week on crucified. I hope I struck struck a nerve or gave you that. Feeling of your gladys daylight or your freak out because of nightfall if you have a creepy story you want me to tell us a segment increase by. Then send me on twitter or story you've heard of or experienced yourself and I'll read it aloud in my episodes now. Now you can subscribe on Itunes Google. Play pod bean or wherever else you listen to your podcast offer free now. If you feel need support my show you can do so my patriot. Now if you're waiting for my next episode drop feel free to check out my other podcast I host. It's called Luke News L. E. W. T. News for an upbeat hind scary social podcast but until next episode so just remember to stay safe and watch out the darkness..

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'America's Got Talent' Has Problems

KCRW's Hollywood Breakdown

04:07 min | 2 years ago

'America's Got Talent' Has Problems

"Has another Pr Mess at minimum and possibly Sibley more than a PR mess on its hands. This is not NBC News. We've talked about that a lot you know. Obviously there's Ronan Farrow's book. Why didn't they report the Harvey Weinstein Story What happened with Matt Lauer. Did they cover up for him. That has been a whole mess in and of itself But this is now NBC. The broadcast network. America's got talent. They did not pick up Gabrielle Union. For a second season she was there for only one season She was a judge and that has led to reporting following a a tweet by her or a number of tweets by her husband. dwayne Wade reporting the about a culture that in allegedly was insensitive at minimum minorities Racist if you WANNA take it. That far that she had been told repeatedly for example that some of her hairstyles were two black black. Allegedly that She had reported an offensive joke by a guest. Jay Leno to human resources but the higher ups would not We're actually formerly report it. There was an allegation published in one report that there was a ten year old black rapper that she thought had talent and she was advised not to support this child but to support white dancers because supposedly what was said was we need me. Need people that America ARACA can get behind. which would lead to a question about their definition of America but this has now turned into a flap? NBC is responding. Yeah I mean they have had to respond and they had Gabrielle Union in her representatives into a what was described as a five hour meeting with investigators to discuss this SAG Astra has said they are going to look into this. Because she's a member of that organization and you know they've got a real problem because any of these things are true and she was dismissed Complaining about it that's retaliatory. Normally in that situation you know a check is written and A settlement is made in this case. I would suspect that she would want more than money that she would want. Meaningful steps taken. Now this doesn't just involve a NBC. It involves fremantle the company that produces the show and psycho which is Simon Simon Cowles company and she among her allegations are that Simon callow made this environment. Literally unpleasant with cigarette smoke constantly smoking with nope doors on the dressing dressing rooms so you could not escape the smoke and I have to say you know you say well you know deal with it but the fact is for me. That kind of smokey environment environment literally makes me queasy and would be a problem and it's obviously unhealthy and it's obviously against the rules. But this is what happens when you have someone like Simon Cowl. Who is you know has got this huge amount of power. Yeah He created the show and he stars on it. I mean this is a textbook example if these allegations are true of the kind of coddling of talent that networks are notorious for and allowing people to get away with certain behaviors that the average person doesn't get away with and you know we think that in this time's up in metoo era that a lot of this behavior is being clamped down on but if this is true and cows being allowed to just be a colossal jerk worked to everybody then that's not okay. I'm going to quote the former. America's got talent judge Howard. Stern who said CAL sets it up so that men stay no matter how ugly they are no matter how old no matter how fat. I'm paraphrasing slightly. No matter how talentless then he says why don't they change Simon. This is the ultimate example of boy's club and I would just note math that. NBC Says It's going to investigate but in the news division. They investigated themselves and that has been a huge issue going that nobody has forgotten about I.. I think who's paying any attention and so it's going to be more of that. I don't think this problem is going to be resolved. Yeah it's the same question of whether they get an outside investigator or whether they do it internally it says we're on the same merry go round round and round. Thank you thank you. That's Matt Bellamy editorial director of the Hollywood reporter. He joins me this Monday at one. Thirty on the business. I'm Kim Masters and this is the Hollywood

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"judge howard" Discussed on 600 WREC

600 WREC

01:40 min | 2 years ago

"judge howard" Discussed on 600 WREC

"Cyber security infrastructure security agency is warning local governments to prepare for ransomware tax and unveils a cyber security consultant with revolutionary security he says more more private companies are coming to them after being attacked this way the user at the computer clicks on something or opens in email or interacts with the website and malicious software malware gets on that computer and begins encrypting the data it can spread to accompany servers a message will appear on screen saying send us crypto currency and we'll give you the key to decrypt your data homeland security says in the case of state an attack would most likely target voter registration systems Jessica Rosenthal fox news a new law goes into effect today in Missouri it'll go over big for many behind bars hundreds of prisoners serving mandatory sentences for nonviolent crimes in that state could be set free early some are now immediately eligible for parole probation or early release another law will not take effect in the Missouri as it was supposed to block by a federal judge banning abortions after or after eight weeks of pregnancy and abortion is based solely on race sex or diagnosis of down syndrome a US district judge Howard sacks issue with a temporary restraining order halting the law until a legal challenge between the ACLU Planned Parenthood and the state of Missouri or a possible appeal plays out similar laws have been struck down in other states Jeff men also fox news on Wall Street stock futures are rising modestly well markets overseas are mixed the day after a return to selling the Dow dropped a hundred twenty.

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"judge howard" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

01:56 min | 2 years ago

"judge howard" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"Five sixty KSFO with you work every you go winds of change the settlement saw time John trout as the storm system Dorian approaches Puerto Rico funds from FEMA are being redirected to fight immigration efforts Porter Rico on high alert tropical storm Dorian is gaining strength as it spins towards the already devastated island and now the trump administration is pulling a hundred and fifty five million dollars in FEMA disaster relief homeland security is shifting the money to fund support for its policy of returning migrants to Mexico the timing may impact potential relief efforts in the already fragile Porter Rico in homes importer Rico I'm not your own merits state attorneys general and lawyers representing the local government say they are in active negotiations with Purdue pharma maker of the prescription painkiller oxycontin as they attempt to reach a landmark settlement over the nation's opioid crisis the privately held company has offered to settle for up to twelve billion dollars according to an NBC news report a court filing indicates trump related bank records sought by congressional Democrats do include tax information but a Lauren fox reports trump tax returns subpoenaed by Congress remain under seal Deutsche Bank says they do have tax returns related to the subpoena however they will not say publicly whose tax returns they have it could be president trump it could be members of his family it could be businesses and entities related to the trump organization a law that would ban abortions in the state of Missouri after eight weeks of pregnancy has been put on hold U. S. District Court judge Howard sacks put a pause in the law while legal challenges play out in court Planned Parenthood and the ACLU are fighting the implementation of the strict abortion restrictions arguing that they're unconstitutional because they would effectively stop most women from obtaining an abortion in Missouri there's Steve cast and bam on Wall Street.

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"judge howard" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

02:03 min | 2 years ago

"judge howard" Discussed on KGO 810

"San Francisco a cumulus stations download the tune it out so you can take KGO eight ten with you wherever you go winds of change the settlement saw time John trout as the storm system Dorian approaches Puerto Rico funds from FEMA are being redirected to fight immigration efforts Porter Rico on high alert tropical storm Dorian is gaining strength as it spins towards the already devastated island and now the trump administration is pulling a hundred and fifty five million dollars in FEMA disaster relief homeland security is shifting the money to fund support for its policy of returning migrants to Mexico the timing may impact potential relief efforts in the already fragile Porter Rico in homes importer Rico I'm not your own merits state attorneys general and lawyers representing the local governments say they are in active negotiations with Purdue pharma maker of the prescription painkiller oxycontin as they attempt to reach a landmark settlement over the nation's opioid crisis the privately held company has offered to settle for up to twelve billion dollars according to an NBC news report a court filing indicates trump related bank records sought by congressional Democrats do include tax information but a Lauren fox reports trump tax returns subpoenaed by Congress remain under seal Deutsche Bank says they do have tax returns related to the subpoena however they will not say publicly whose tax returns they have it could be president trump it could be members of his family it could be businesses and entities related to the trump organization a law that would ban abortions in the state of Missouri after eight weeks of pregnancy has been put on hold U. S. District Court judge Howard sacks put a pause in the law while legal challenges play out in court Planned Parenthood and the ACLU are fighting the implementation of the strict abortion restrictions arguing that they're unconstitutional because they would effectively stop most women from obtaining an abortion in Missouri there's Steve cast and bam on Wall Street leading indices.

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"judge howard" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

Biz Talk Radio

01:34 min | 2 years ago

"judge howard" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

"Five hundred twenty nine dollars that's one hundred twenty nine dollars for the entire family to learn how you can save go to light your liberty dot com that's like your liberty dot com a new Missouri law ban on abortions after eight weeks of pregnancy will not take effect after a federal judge blocked it US district judge Howard sacks put a pause on the law as a legal challenge plays out in court which could end up taking months he added that Planned Parenthood and the American civil liberties union of is very likely will succeed in their lawsuit alleging that the law is unconstitutional similar laws have been struck down in North Dakota and Iowa over the last few weeks Missouri already has some of the nation's most restrictive abortion regulations a clinic in Saint Louis is now the only one in the state that is performing abortions Planned Parenthood sued the health department over licensing disputes and now the case is before the administrative hearing commission a hearing is scheduled for the last week of October that clinic continues to operate well the licensing dispute is considered a new survey from JD power shows that the alerts from new drivers to systems are so annoying some motorists are turning them off JD power said the findings are a major concern for auto makers who want to sell the systems and prepare drivers for automated vehicles the survey found that twenty three percent of drivers with systems that keep vehicles and their lanes few the alert as annoying the results very by brand with up to thirty percent finding dealers bother some in other branch of the drivers who don't like the alerts sixty one percent goes far as disabling the systems completely TV power surveyed over sixty thousand four hundred people from February through July who fought for at least.

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Missouri ban on abortion after eight weeks temporarily blocked by U.S. judge

The Big Biz Radio Show

00:49 sec | 2 years ago

Missouri ban on abortion after eight weeks temporarily blocked by U.S. judge

"A new Missouri law ban on abortions after eight weeks of pregnancy will not take effect after a federal judge blocked it US district judge Howard sacks put a pause on the law as a legal challenge plays out in court which could end up taking months he added that Planned Parenthood and the American civil liberties union of is very likely will succeed in their lawsuit alleging that the law is unconstitutional similar laws have been struck down in North Dakota and Iowa over the last few weeks Missouri already has some of the nation's most restrictive abortion regulations a clinic in Saint Louis is now the only one in the state that is performing abortions Planned Parenthood sued the health department over licensing disputes and now the case is before the administrative hearing commission a hearing is scheduled for the last week of October that clinic continues to operate well the licensing dispute is

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US federal judge blocks Missouri's eight-week abortion ban

Red Eye Radio

00:36 sec | 2 years ago

US federal judge blocks Missouri's eight-week abortion ban

"A federal judge in Kansas city block Missouri's law barring abortions at or after eight weeks from taking effect today as scheduled the long hold while legal challenges are heard that could take months U. S. district judge Howard sack issuing a temporary restraining order blocking the law a day before it was set to go into effect this wall a lawsuit works its way through the court system Planned Parenthood and the ACLU say banning abortion after eight weeks is unconstitutional pointing to similar laws struck down in Iowa and North Dakota Missouri Solicitor General claims Planned Parenthood and the ACLU don't have standing to challenge the law Ribeiro

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KOMO

01:45 min | 2 years ago

"judge howard" Discussed on KOMO

"Or from all agents are the most Seattle kaylyn O. F. M. Oakville from ABC news I'm Richard cancer with the wind blowing at fifty miles an hour tropical storm Dorian is on a path that'll take it over Puerto Rico later today it was two years ago hurricane Maria devastating the island in the lives of the American citizens who live here the strong category four storm made landfall nearly two years ago packing hundred and fifty five mile per hour winds killing nearly three thousand people the storm and knocking out power to much of the island for months female singer much better prepared than two thousand seventeen stocking warehouses around the island with vital supplies at the ready ABC's Victor Oquendo at Ponce Porter Rico filing Deutsche Bank divulge did is in possession of trump tax records of congressional investigators a keen on seeing congressional subpoenas broad in scope or working their way through the court system Democrats claim the returns will help lawmakers figure out how and whether to require more presidential transparency the GOP argues its political harassment ABC news legal analyst royal Oakes a federal judge in Kansas city block Missouri's law barring abortions at or after eight weeks from taking effect today as scheduled the long hold while legal challenges are heard that could take months U. S. district judge Howard sack issuing a temporary restraining order blocking the law a day before it was set to go into effect this wall a lawsuit works its way through the court system Planned Parenthood and the ACLU say banning abortion after eight weeks is unconstitutional pointing to similar laws struck down in Iowa and North Dakota Missouri Solicitor General claims Planned Parenthood and the ACLU don't have standing to challenge the law Ribeiro ABC news in Mississippi's second.

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"judge howard" Discussed on WTMJ 620

WTMJ 620

01:35 min | 2 years ago

"judge howard" Discussed on WTMJ 620

"With the wind blowing at fifty miles an hour tropical storm Dorian is on a path that'll take it over Puerto Rico later today it was two years ago hurricane Maria devastated the island in the lives of the American citizens who live here the strong category four storm made landfall nearly two years ago packing hundred and fifty five mile per hour winds killing nearly three thousand people the storm and knocking out power to much of the island for months female singer much better prepared than two thousand seventeen stocking warehouses around the island with vital supplies at the ready ABC's Victor Oquendo at Ponce Porter Rico finally Deutsche Bank divulge did is in possession of trump tax records of congressional investigators a keen on seeing congressional subpoenas broad in scope or working their way through the court system Democrats going the returns will help lawmakers figure out how and whether to require more presidential transparency the GOP argues its political harassment ABC news legal analyst royal Oakes a federal judge in Kansas city block Missouri's law barring abortions at or after eight weeks from taking effect today as scheduled the long hold while legal challenges are heard that could take months U. S. district judge Howard sack issuing a temporary restraining order blocking the law a day before it was set to go into effect this wall a lawsuit works its way through the court system Planned Parenthood and the ACLU say banning abortion after eight weeks is unconstitutional pointing to similar laws struck down in Iowa and North Dakota Missouri Solicitor General claims Planned Parenthood and the ACLU don't have standing to challenge the law Ribeiro ABC news in Mississippi's second.

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"judge howard" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

AM 970 The Answer

01:54 min | 2 years ago

"judge howard" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

"My character Costner's new law to restrict abortions is partially blocking court with the law set to take effect tomorrow the partial in junction is a legal setback for the pro life legislation US district judge Howard sacks put a pause on the law's restrictions on abortions at or after eight weeks of pregnancy what other legal challenges to pre viability arguments play out in court which could take months the judge left intact restrictions on pregnancies between fourteen and twenty weeks and for situations involving the race or sex of the pre born as well as for potential down syndrome diagnoses a spokesman for the Missouri Attorney General who has a special needs child says that they're glad the provisions relating to that issue were left in place George one sided reporting president trump says he's not going to lose Americans wealth on alternative energy sources the president says he refuses to put the country's economic strength at risk by pursuing questionable climate change policies I'm not going to lose that wealth I'm not going to lose it on our own dreams on windmills at the same time he says he wants the cleanest air and water I'm an environmental issue what people don't understand that the president also says he thinks he knows more about the environment than most people what else was Margaret clutched in presence of Porter Rico getting ready for another possible hurricane as tropical storm door in this closer national hurricane center specialist John candy Leslie says Florida residents don't have to worry for now what we've been telling people Florida's just yeah there's no reason to panic just watched Dorian and I think we'll have more clarity of what's going to happen in the Bahamas and Florida probably by late Wednesday when the system clears Hispaniola Mississippi second term lieutenant governor take reads one the Republican nomination for governor Tuesday setting up a November general election showdown with Democrat Jim hood the states for term Attorney General we've defeated retired Mississippi Supreme Court Chief Justice bill Waller junior course the.

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"judge howard" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

01:58 min | 2 years ago

"judge howard" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"My character Costner's new law to restrict abortions is partially blocking court with the law set to take effect tomorrow the partial in junction is a legal setback for the pro life legislation US district judge Howard sacks put a pause on the law's restrictions on abortions at or after eight weeks of pregnancy what other legal challenges to pre viability arguments play out in court which could take months the judge left intact restrictions on pregnancies between fourteen and twenty weeks and for situations involving the race or sex of the pre born as well as for potential down syndrome diagnoses a spokesman for the Missouri Attorney General who has a special needs child says that they're glad the provisions relating to that issue were left in place George ones on a reporting president trump says he's not going to lose America's wealth on alternative energy sources the president says he refuses to put the country's economic strength at risk by pursuing questionable climate change policies I'm not going to lose that wealth I'm not going to lose it on our own dreams on windmills at the same time he says he wants the cleanest air and water I'm an environmental issue what people don't understand that the president also says he thinks he knows more about the environment than most people what else corresponded recollection presents a Porter Rico getting ready for another possible hurricane as tropical storm Dorian moves closer national hurricane center specialist John candles Lee says Florida residents don't have to worry for now what we've been telling people Florida's just yeah there's no reason to panic just watch story and and I think we'll have more clarity of what's going to happen in the Bahamas and Florida probably by late Wednesday when the system clears Hispaniola this is the second term lieutenant governor take grease won the Republican nomination for governor Tuesday setting up a November general election showdown with Democrat Jim hood the states for term Attorney General reef defeated retired Mississippi Supreme Court Chief Justice bill Waller junior this is Donald on com are you a stock or options trader.

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"judge howard" Discussed on WAFS Biz 1190

WAFS Biz 1190

01:44 min | 2 years ago

"judge howard" Discussed on WAFS Biz 1190

"Settlement negotiations with pretty pharma maker of the prescription painkiller oxycontin the company is offered a settlement of up to twelve billion B. while Oklahoma's case against Johnson and Johnson is being closely watched moving ahead there will be a lot of interest to see how this might shape settlement discussions between municipalities tribal nations cities against drug companies and drug distributors for the same thing correspondent John Murphy the state of Oklahoma brought the Bosnia Johnson Johnson Deutsche Bank says it as tax returns that are relevant to subpoenas from house Democrats but it doesn't say whether those returns belong to the president the name is connected to the returns were blanked out of the documents submitted to a federal appeals court in New York a second bank Capital One said it doesn't have tax returns relevant to the subpoenas the documents were filed with the court in response to subpoenas from two house committees looking into the president's financial dealings the president his family members and businesses have filed suit to block the banks from submitting that information Chapel Hill correspond Wally ons the US district judge has imposed a temporary partial injunction on this or any pro life law judge Howard saxes ruling blocked enforcement of an eight week or after restriction until other similar legal cases are resolved in court over his ruling does not block the laws abortion restrictions on pregnancies between fourteen and twenty weeks nor for situations involving the race or sex of the pre born wore a potential down syndrome diagnosis state attorneys had argued that the courts have allowed limits on abortion space on the chest day tional age of the pre born infant the judge whoever sided with the ACLU and Planned Parenthood attorneys for the state can appeal the judge's ruling George ones on a reporting this is town hall dot.

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"judge howard" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

01:54 min | 2 years ago

"judge howard" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

"Against Johnson Johnson state attorney generals and lawyers representing local governments say they are active settlement negotiations with Purdue pharma maker of the prescription painkiller oxycontin the company has offered a settlement of up to twelve billion meanwhile Oklahoma's case against Johnson and Johnson is being closely watched him moving ahead there will be a lot of interest to see how this might shape settlement discussions between municipalities tribal nations cities against drug companies and drug distributors for the same thing correspondent John Murphy the state of Oklahoma broader Bossidy at Johnson Johnson Deutsche Bank says it as tax returns that are relevant to subpoenas from house Democrats but it doesn't say whether those returns belong to the president the name is connected to the returns were blanked out of the documents submitted to a federal appeals court in New York a second bank Capital One said it doesn't have tax returns relevant to the subpoenas the documents were filed with the court in response to subpoenas from two house committees looking into the president's financial dealings the president his family members and businesses have filed suit to block the banks from submitting that information Capitol Hill correspond Wally on the US district judges impose the temporary partial injection of misery the pro life law judge Howard saxes ruling blocked enforcement of an eight week or after restriction until other similar legal cases are resolved in court over his ruling does not block the laws abortion restrictions on pregnancies between fourteen and twenty weeks nor for situations involving the race or sex of the pre born wore a potential down syndrome diagnosis state attorneys had argued that the courts have allowed limits on abortion space on the chest day tional age of the pre born infant the judge however sided with the ACLU and Planned Parenthood attorneys for the state can appeal the judge's ruling George ones on a reporting this is townhall dot com all I could.

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"judge howard" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

Biz Talk Radio

01:57 min | 2 years ago

"judge howard" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

"Information call eight hundred nine six five twelve ninety eight hundred nine six five twelve ninety eight hundred nine six five one two nine zero a new mystery law ban on abortions after eight weeks of pregnancy will not take effect after a federal judge blocked it US district judge Howard sacks put a pause on the law as a legal challenge plays out in court which could end up taking months he added that Planned Parenthood and the American civil liberties union of is very likely will succeed in their lawsuit alleging that the law is unconstitutional similar laws have been struck down in North Dakota and Iowa over the last few weeks Missouri already has some of the nation's most restrictive abortion regulations the clinic in Saint Louis is now the only one in the state that is performing abortions Planned Parenthood sued the health department over licensing disputes and now the case is before the administrative hearing commission a hearing is scheduled for the last week of October that clinic continues to operate well the licensing dispute is considered a new survey from JD power shows that the alerts from new drivers to systems are so annoying some motorists are turning them off JD power said the findings are a major concern for auto makers who want to sell the systems and prepare drivers for automated vehicles the survey found that twenty three percent of drivers with systems that keep vehicles in their lanes view the alert as annoying the results very by brand with up to thirty percent finding dealers bother some in other branch of the drivers who don't like the alerts sixty one percent goes far as disabling the systems completely GT power surveyed over sixty thousand four hundred people from February through July who bought or leased a two thousand nineteen vehicle in the past ninety days for USA radio news I'm John hunt see what several men so it actually also read three two issues.

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NewsRadio KFBK

01:30 min | 2 years ago

"judge howard" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"From ABC news I'm Michelle Franzen as students are heading back to campus the college admissions scandal also back in the spotlight actress Lori Loughlin and her husband due to appear in federal court this hour in Boston they allegedly paid a half million dollars in bribes to get their daughters and two U. S. C. the couple reportedly want to be represented by lawyers from the same law firm and want to waive their right to separate attorneys a former Google and uber executive under arrest accused of stealing Google's self driving car secret Anthony Levin down ski is well known in the world of self driving vehicle technology as an executive at Google federal prosecutors say he downloaded thousands of secret company files quick Google went over and gave uber Google's economists vehicle secrets U. S. attorney David Anderson the indictment alleges trade secret theft in thirty three specific counts Levin Belsky to attorneys claim their client is innocent saying none of the downloaded files ever went to over at like stone ABC news of federal judges blocking Missouri's new abortion law which could have banned abortions after eight weeks of pregnancy U. S. district judge Howard sack issuing a temporary restraining order blocking the law a day before it was set to go into effect this wall a lawsuit works its way through the court system Planned Parenthood and the ACLU say banning abortion after eight weeks is unconstitutional pointing to similar laws struck down in Iowa and North Dakota Missouri Solicitor General claims Planned Parenthood and the ACLU.

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Judge blocks Missouri's eight-week abortion ban

Dave Ramsey

00:30 sec | 2 years ago

Judge blocks Missouri's eight-week abortion ban

"Of federal judges blocking Missouri's new abortion law which would have banned abortions after eight weeks of pregnancy U. S. district judge Howard sack issuing a temporary restraining order blocking the law a day before it was set to go into effect this wall a lawsuit works its way through the court system Planned Parenthood and the ACLU say banning abortion after eight weeks is unconstitutional pointing to similar laws struck down in Iowa and North Dakota Missouri Solicitor General claims Planned Parenthood and the ACLU don't have standing to challenge

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Federal judge blocks Missouri's 8-week abortion ban

Rush Limbaugh

00:25 sec | 2 years ago

Federal judge blocks Missouri's 8-week abortion ban

"News a federal judge today temporarily blocking misery strict ban on abortions boxes Jeff when also joins us live rich Missouri's law was set to take effect tomorrow banning abortions ads or after eight weeks of pregnancy in abortions based solely on race sex or down syndrome diagnosis though US district judge Howard as sacks issued a temporary restraining order halting the law until a legal challenge

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