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"judge jamie anderson" Discussed on NPR News Now

NPR News Now

03:43 min | 10 months ago

"judge jamie anderson" Discussed on NPR News Now

"Action to try to stop a new texas law that bans most abortions in that state in a new. Filing the justice department is asking federal judge for a restraining order to temporarily blocked the law while a larger legal challenge. Plays out npr. Sarah mccamman has more the latest action by the justice. Department comes days after the doj sued the state of texas over the law known as sp eight it allows individuals to file lawsuits worth tens of thousands of dollars against anyone involved in helping a patient get an abortion after about six weeks of pregnancy in a new emergency motion. The department says that the clear purpose of the law is to quote deny women rights guaranteed to them by the us constitution while attempting to evade judicial review. The us supreme court allowed it to take effect on september first despite legal challenges from reproductive rights groups but did not weigh in on the constitutional issues raised by the law. The case is likely to end up before the supreme court again sarah mccamman. Npr news washington. A judge in minnesota has blocked landmark ballot initiative intended to defend the minneapolis police department. Npr's martin kosti has more after twenty twenty murder of george floyd and subsequent protests. Minneapolis was set to vote on a ballot initiative to shudder the police department and replace it with a department of public safety. Don samuels is a former city council member who sued because he thinks voters would not know what they're voting for. They don't realize that under the new plan. There will be no chief of police. There will be no designated funding the department. We don't know how many police officers will have under the new plan. There is no plan. Judge jamie anderson appeared to agree striking down the current ballot language. Even as the ballots are currently being printed. Supporters could still try to save the initiative with an emergency appeal to the state supreme court. Martin kosti npr news. You're listening to npr news. North and south korea each testfired ballistic missiles. Today the launches came within hours of each other. South korea says north korea fired first launching missiles to the east into the ocean. The south launched its own missile after that but denied that this was timed to retaliate. For the north launches. The us military says. There's no threat to the us or its allies the world health organization and its partners. Say they will. Badly miss a goal to vaccinate sixty percent of the african population against cove in nineteen. Npr's peralta reports. They're calling on richer countries to lift their export restrictions on the vaccines. Most african countries have barely vaccinated four percent of their populations. Strive masih wa who is in charge of the african union effort to procure vaccines says. African countries aren't looking for a handout. We want to buy vaccines. You can donate to us if you so wish. but basis is not a donation that means we want access to purchase but see what called on countries like the us and japan to lift export restrictions. So far five point seven billion doses have been administered worldwide. Only two percent of them on the african continent Npr news capetown. The private company spacex is set to launch four civilians into space from cape canaveral florida. This evening the group led by billionaire. Jared isaac mun is scheduled to spend three days in space. It's the latest of a spate of commercial. space tourism. launches this year. i'm korva coleman npr news..

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"judge jamie anderson" Discussed on NPR News Now

NPR News Now

04:38 min | 10 months ago

"judge jamie anderson" Discussed on NPR News Now

"Live from npr news. Korva coleman california democratic governor gavin newsom handily defeated a recall election against him on tuesday by nearly two to one margin california. Voters chose to retain the governor in office. Newsom spoke after the associated press. Call the election for him. And so i'm humbled and grateful to the millions and millions of californians. That exercise their fundamental right to vote and express themselves so overwhelmingly by rejecting the division by rejecting the of by rejecting so much negativity. That's defined our politics in this country over the course of so many years. That audio's courtesy of cnn. The leading republican candidate who sought to replace him conservative talk show. Host larry elder conceded defeat but elder told his supporters quote. Stay a senior. Fbi official says there's no credible information suggesting violence is planned at a right wing rallied scheduled to be on saturday in washington. Dc npr's ryan. Lucas has this update. Demonstrators are set together this weekend to protest the criminal cases against the some six hundred people charged for their alleged roles in the capital riot speaking at a conference just outside of washington. Fbi deputy director. Paul obeyed says the bureau has no specific credible threat information about potential violence. This rally will be the first major test for security at the capitol since the pro trump mob storm. The complex on january. Sixth and steps are already being taken to beef up security the us capitol police have said they will put back up perimeter fencing. That was in place for months after the deadly. Right ryan lucas. Npr news washington. Four time olympic. Gold medalist simone biles and several other elite. Us gymnasts are set to testify today. On capitol hill. The senate judiciary committee is holding a hearing on how the fbi failed to adequately investigate. Dr larry nassar. Npr's tom goldman reports. The agency had learned of allegations that the former us gymnastics team. Doctor was sexually abusing female athletes. The four gymnasts. Who will testify simone biles alley race. Men michaela maroney and maggie nicols also. They were victims of. Dr larry nassar who abused dozens of young female athletes. Under the guise of medical treatment he serving ineffective life sentence for his crimes. The hearing was prompted by a recent inspector general's report detailing how the fbi mishandled the nassar case. The report says senior officials in the fbi's indianapolis field office in particular failed to respond with seriousness and urgency when they first learned about the allegations in two thousand fifteen these and other fbi shortcomings. According to the report allowed nasa to continue abusing athletes for at least another year. Tom goldman npr news. Tropical depression nicholas is crawling slowly across louisiana mississippi and alabama pouring heavy rain forecasters warned this could trigger potentially life threatening flooding. This is npr. South korea says north korea test-fired a pair of ballistic missiles today into its eastern ocean. That's a violation of un resolutions. This comes after. North korea also fired a cruise missile over the weekend separately. South korea test fired a ballistic. Missile of its own today south korea's missile was fired from a submarine a minnesota judge is blocked landmark ballot initiative to defend the minneapolis police department. Npr's martin kosti has more after the twenty twenty murder of george floyd and subsequent protests. Minneapolis was set to vote on a ballot initiative to shudder the police department and replace it with a department of public safety. Don samuels is a former city council member who sued because he thinks voters would not know what they're voting for. They don't realize that under the new plan. There will be no chief of police. There will be no designated funding the department. We don't know how many police officers we will have under the new plan. There is no plan. Judge jamie anderson appeared to agree striking down the current ballot language. Even as the ballots are currently being printed. Supporters could still try to save the initiative with an emergency appeal. The state supreme court martin kosti. Npr news. the private company spacex is set to launch four civilians into space from cape canaveral florida. This evening the group led by billionaire. Jared isaac mun is scheduled to spend three days in space. They'll splash down in the atlantic ocean. It's the latest of a spate of commercial. Space tourism launches this year. I'm korva coleman. Npr news support..

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"judge jamie anderson" Discussed on NPR News Now

NPR News Now

02:52 min | 10 months ago

"judge jamie anderson" Discussed on NPR News Now

"What's happened up there. Then were killed when one hundred seventy miles. An hour winds hit louisiana. Extreme weather is we're seeing is only gonna come more frequently more ferocity. President biden was speaking at the national renewable energy laboratory. In golden colorado in minnesota judges derailed a landmark ballot initiative to de-fund police in minneapolis details from npr's martin kosti after the twenty twenty murder of george floyd and subsequent protests. Minneapolis was set to vote on a ballot initiative to shudder the police department and replace it with a department of public safety. Don samuels is a former city council member who sued because he thinks voters would not know what they're voting for. They don't realize that under the new plan. There will be no chief of police. There will be no designated funding the department. We don't know how many police officers we will have under the new plan. There is no plan. Judge jamie anderson appeared to agree striking down the current ballot language. Even as the ballots are currently being printed. Supporters could still try to save the initiative with an emergency appeal to the state supreme court. Martin kosti in minneapolis. This is npr. Mallon are being counted in boston where voters are deciding who will be their next mayor. Five democrats including acting mayor. Jim j. kim janey are vying for the city's top office all of the candidates are people of color and four of them are women. A judge has rejected the latest version of a ballot. Measure the future of policing in minneapolis. The proposal would lift a requirement that police staffing beheld to a minimum comedian norm macdonald. A cast member of saturday night live in the mid nineteen ninety s has died after battling cancer for nine years. Npr's mentally ill barco has more throughout his career. Norm macdonald joked about things that might seem inappropriate while hosting weekend. Update segments on snl. He used to lampoon former football star and actor. Oj simpson who was on trial for murdering his wife. Of course oj did it. I mean come on mcdonald later. Said the network fired him from the show for jokes like this norm. Macdonald started out in stand up comedy and canada where he was born he wrote for tv. Shows like dennis miller roseanne. He appeared on late night. Talk shows and even hosted his own norm. Macdonald has a show. He voiced animated characters including sarcastic foul mouth pigeon and as recently as last year mcdonald was onstage. Making fun of corona virus pandemic. Monday del barco. Npr news on wall street stocks fell after the latest report on inflation. The dow lost two hundred ninety. Two points the nasdaq shed sixty seven. I'm shay stevens. This is npr news..

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"judge jamie anderson" Discussed on Dailycast News

Dailycast News

03:56 min | 10 months ago

"judge jamie anderson" Discussed on Dailycast News

"This is news. Headlines in four minutes with alan edwards. Texas governor greg. Abbott signed into law. Tuesday a bill that imposes a raft of new restrictions on voting in one of the nation's fastest growing and diversifying states of what the law does is what the members around me said all the texas law. It make it easier than ever before for anybody to go cast a mountain. Marc elias a leading democratic elections lawyer said that texas will be sued over. Its new law is soon as abbot signs. It the taliban have announced a new interim government for the country and declared it an islamic emirate. The group supreme commander urge ministers to uphold sharia law in afghanistan. The cabinet includes several figures who fought against the. Us led invasion from two thousand one. No women's affair minister has been announced and there are no women named in the interim cabinet. The white house on tuesday called on congress to approve. Emergency funding for disaster. Relief in afghan refugee resettlement is the part of short term spending bill office of management and budget acting director. Chalan young sent congress a letter asking for fourteen billion dollars to cover natural disasters and six point. Four billion to assist in relocation of refugees evacuated from afghanistan last month. The british royal navy has deployed patrol ships to the indo pacific region. As newest aircraft carrier has started. Training exercises warships ms bay and tamar have left h. e. m. naval base portsmouth and are currently sailing across the atlantic on their way to the indo pacific in an effort to boast of the country's presence. Britain's royal navy said tuesday in a press release now. This goal is cool. Who is a new search engine just for audio professionals. For podcasters radio stations voiceover and more go to. Www dot full dot. I io that's www dot l. i. o. Good frontier no hidden monthly fees for fifty nine ninety nine a month plus taxes and government. Charges firefighters. Say they're getting better control of the wildfire northern california that so far blackened more than two hundred thousand acres and forced evacuations. Near lake tahoe. And we thank the public every time. folks that have moved back in that area. You see smoke in the area. Let us know and we want that information. So we can go out and mitigate again we have another heavy presence with a lot of equipment a lot of fire engines in that area authorities say crews have the kaldor fire almost fifty percent contained. Thanks to improve capabilities and helpful weather conditions. A third person in japan has died. After receiving a dose of maderna's cova nineteen vaccine that was among patched recalled due to being potentially contaminated with foreign materials. Japanese health officials said japan's ministry of health on monday said in a statement that a forty nine year old man died the morning after he received a second dose of the modern cova nineteen vaccine on august eleventh. A minnesota judge on tuesday rejected the language on a ballot measure. That would replace the minnesota police department. Hennepin county district judge jamie anderson said the wording of the ballot question was unacceptable. Just ahead of the printing of the ballots. The minneapolis city council in december voted to shift seven point. Seven million dollars away from the mp. After calls for reforms in the wake of the police. Shooting of george floyd. Nasa's mars rover perseverance has drilled and encapsulated the first rock sample ever taken on another planet while accompanying helicopter ingenuity has completed its thirteenth flight. The mission reached both milestones over the labor day weekend. The fly was completed saturday in the drilling monday. And that's news headlines in four minutes. I'm alan edwards..

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"judge jamie anderson" Discussed on 990 The Answer

990 The Answer

01:33 min | 10 months ago

"judge jamie anderson" Discussed on 990 The Answer

"We're living in real time now. Mr Biden met with local officials and residents in New Jersey and New York, promising federal assistance to help people rebuild. Greg Clugston Washington Meanwhile, Louisiana authorities are evoking the licenses of nursing homes that were evacuated to a warehouse where seven residents died. I mean deteriorating conditions after Hurricane Ida. Seven homes, all owned by one person clearly failed to execute their emergency preparedness plans to provide essential care and services to their residents that, according to Department of Health Secretary Courtney Phillips, Texas Governor Greg Abbott signed into law an overhaul of that state's election rules. Governor Abbott says the new election law will make it harder for fraudulent votes to be cast, including through mail in voting. Another means another issue that this law addresses is ballot harvesting. It makes ballot harvesting a third degree felony. Democrats object to the bill and have already filed challenges to the new law in court. Minneapolis City Council approved new ballot language that aims to replace the Minneapolis police Department with the new Department of Public Safety. After a judge struck down the previous wording, Judge Jamie Anderson declared the old language misleading and unworkable. She issued the order just hours ahead of a five p.m. Tuesday deadline for ballots to go to the printer. On what Get the data by 269 points more on these stories at town hall at Com. Philadelphia's AM 9 90. The answer will see mainly clear skies for tonight. It'll be more humid with.

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"judge jamie anderson" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

KLIF 570 AM

04:11 min | 10 months ago

"judge jamie anderson" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

"Final days. Here's Mark Millie's chairman of the Joint Chiefs, talking about the refugees getting the names registered doing the biometrics. They check their irises that do their fingerprints. They take a full facial photo. They run that against the 20 years of databases that we have in the inter agency, But I'm very comfortable that the you know these folks are being properly cleared to the FBI. Here's some young people trying to get into the country. I feel very, very happy where we're safe right now. And when I wasn't And Kabul in Afghanistan. I was very afraid of, uh, afraid of being captured by Taliban. My family wasn't the airport. They wanted to come with me all of my family. They couldn't make it because the Taliban would just started gunfire and suddenly everything was messed up. So my only just told me like you just go and save your life. It's all right. We will stay here. All right, then we move on to number four. A Minnesota judge has rejected the wording of a ballot question on replacing the Minneapolis Police Department because nobody knows what they're going to replace it with. Hennepin County District Judge Jamie Anderson used the words ambiguous invade to describe ballot language that puts the question of replacing the Minneapolis police with a new agency to voters. The City Council approved the wording in August, indicating that a new public safety department may include officers and that a charter requiring a police force be removed. The City Council is meeting to revise the ballot wording. The issue was sparked by the killing of George Floyd by an ex Minneapolis officer and calls afterward to defund police. Do you know how absolutely entertaining it would be? If the people of Minneapolis vote to get rid of their police Department? I just praying they do that? Alright, then we move on to number three. I'm just looking for a little entertainment this fall. Florida Governor Rotten Dissent is holding a press conference in Lakeland, Florida, The governor says he's excited. There's going to be a full capacity crowd at football games, including the NFL opener Thursday with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers take on your Dallas Cowboys. It would have been nice to have more people there than were in the stadium, in my view was his look. You say you can only have 25,000 people. But yet after the game, you got 100,000 people, you know, swarming the streets. What honest difference does that make at that point, so I wanted to have that for the Super Bowl last year, but I'm glad they're going to be able to do it. Stadium wasn't at full capacity during the Super Bowl in February due to Covid 19 protocols. All right, Then we go to number two, and that takes us to well. AUSTIN, Texas Governor Greg Abbott signing into law the state's election reform bill after months of delay, Governor Abbott claiming the new law will make it harder to cheat in elections by addressing mail in voting. This is an area We're both Republicans as well as Democrats agree. Has been the easiest way to cheat in the election process. Law that I'm about to sign fixes that problem. It ensures that every eligible voter will have the opportunity to vote. One way that it achieves. That is it provides even more hours of time for people to be able to go cast their vote whenever laws like this or past the first thing the Democrats do as they run to the courthouse and try to challenge it. I feel extremely confident. That when this law makes it through the Lydia litigation face, it will be upheld. Okay, well, there's lots to say about that. But we'll do it another time because I want to get to our number One story and that takes us to the University of Texas. Kill that music in there. We got to hear the eyes of Texas here. Two. That Okay. The Texas chapter the AKP E. Along with the Civil Rights Organization, University of Texas.

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"judge jamie anderson" Discussed on NEWS 88.7

NEWS 88.7

04:27 min | 10 months ago

"judge jamie anderson" Discussed on NEWS 88.7

"New York City officials say they're tracking a rainstorm that's forecast to reach the city Wednesday night. The mayor says if needed, the city may put in place travel bans and try to evacuate people living in basement apartments. Hansi Lo Wang NPR news and NPR's Mara Liasson has more on how Biden could use the aftermath of the storm to push his infrastructure bill forward. There's a lot of money in that bill to increase hurricane resiliency. There's even more money for climate change projects in the reconciliation bill, the big budget bill. But in terms of the infrastructure bill, it is a bipartisan bill. And there are a lot of Republicans who otherwise would have voted against it reflexively are now saying, Hey, there's money in there for my state like Louisiana, and it could be a way That Biden get some more Republican support for the infrastructure bill. NPR's Mara Liasson. The Taliban have formed an interim government in Afghanistan as NPR's Jackie Northam reports. Among the senior leaders are fighters who are core members of the Taliban. Afghanistan's interim government is made up of the Taliban's old guard. The new leader is Mullah Mohammad Hassan, a Kunde. He's considered a hardliner from Kandahar and is headed the Taliban's leadership Council for 20 years. The deputy prime minister is Mullah Abdul Ghani Baradar, who heads up the Taliban's political office and was widely expected to become leader. There was no mention about the group's spiritual leader. Nor was there any indication that the new Afghan government would be inclusive involving other political parties and players as the Taliban had hinted, and there was no mention of a woman holding a ministerial role. Jackie Northam. NPR NEWS ISLAMABAD In Minneapolis, The judge has struck down ballot language that sought to replace the Minneapolis police Department with the new agency. Judge Jamie Anderson says the wording was misleading an unworkable the language approved by the City Council would have asked voters whether to replace the police force with a new Department of public Safety. That quote may include police officers, but remove a city charter mandate that the city have a police department. Anderson issued the order today just ahead of a deadline for ballots to go to the printer. This is NPR from news 88 7 in Houston on gained water. Here's what we're working on. For all things considered. News 88 sevens Kitty Watkins has been looking into the number of confirmed covid cases and local school districts. A growing number of cases has forced some districts to cancel in person classes. Houston Independent School District, which is the largest district in Texas, is now reporting more than 800 active covid cases. Including both students and staff since school started on August 23. There's been more than 1200 reported cases, the majority of those have been at elementary schools, according to the district's covid dashboard. Fort Bend I SD, which does not currently have a mask mandate in place has had upwards of 3600 cases with more than 700 active cases. Currently, this comes as Angleton and Livingston SDS. Both had to temporarily shut down in person learning. I'm Katie Watkins in Houston. We'll hear more this afternoon from UT health, infectious disease epidemiologist Dr Catherine Troisi C and that's on town square with already my news. We're watching a civil rights groups here in Texas filed lawsuits over the state's new election law. The law bans drive through in 24 hour voting. But Governor Greg Abbott says the law also requires counties to add an hour each day during the early voting period. Texas provides 12 days of early voting in this law even as more hours during those early voting days. Abbott signed the bill into law a short time ago. He says he feels confident it'll hold up in court experts say We could see many more deaths here in Texas as workers were exposed to extreme heat, and these workers, the ones who will die are most likely they're the low wage workers their workers of color. A statewide investigation looks at why so many workers are dying from the heat. That's in news. 88 7 in depth at 5 44 for more on the coronavirus and greater Houston, you can go to our website Houston public media dot org. Partly cloudy skies this evening a lower around 72 warm tomorrow with highs around 95 degrees right now, Sonny 93 on the, um campus. I'm guilty..

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"judge jamie anderson" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

05:13 min | 10 months ago

"judge jamie anderson" Discussed on KQED Radio

"And how we can care for the young people in our lives and communities. And we'll look back at the US government's incarceration of Japanese Americans during World War two and the lessons we must learn from that troubling period in November. 1943. We were then. Transported to heart Mountain, Wyoming and we were in this desolate tip for the duration of World War two heavy lifting today, people. Let's get some headlines and then we'll hit it together when we get back. Live from NPR news. I'm Janine Herbst. President Biden is visiting communities in New York City and New Jersey that are recovering from last week's flooding triggered by what was once hurricane Ida. As NPR's Hansi Lo Wang reports. Several people are still missing. At least 50 people are confirmed dead in the area from the storm. President Biden's motorcade passed by heaps of garbage bags and damaged furniture thrown out by flooded residents in north central New Jersey. Meeting with local officials. Biden said the destruction caused by what was once hurricane Ida is another sign of the climate crisis. We're now living in real time. What the country is going to look like and if we don't do so we can't turn it back very much, but we can prevent it from getting worse. New York City officials say they're tracking a rainstorm that's forecast to reach the city Wednesday night. The mayor says if needed, the city may put in place travel bans and try to evacuate people living in basement apartments. Hansi Lo Wang NPR news and NPR's Mara Liasson has more on how Biden could use the aftermath of the storm to push his infrastructure bill forward. There's a lot of money in that bill to increase hurricane resiliency. There's even more money for climate change projects in the reconciliation bill, the big budget bill, But in terms of the infrastructure bill, it is a bipartisan bill. And there are a lot of Republicans who otherwise would have voted against it. Reflexively are now saying, Hey, there's money in there for my my state like Louisiana. And it could be a way that Biden get some more Republican support for the infrastructure bill. NPR's Mara Liasson, the Taliban have formed an interim government in Afghanistan as NPR's Jackie Northam reports. Among the senior leaders are fighters who are core members of the Taliban. Afghanistan's interim government is made up of the Taliban's old guard. The new leader is Mullah Mohammad Hassan, a Kunde. He's considered a hardliner from Kandahar and is headed the Taliban's leadership Council for 20 years. The deputy prime minister is Mullah Abdul Ghani Baradar, who heads up the Taliban's political office and was widely expected to become leader. There was no mention about the group's spiritual leader. Nor was there any indication that the new Afghan government would be inclusive involving other political parties and players as the Taliban had hinted. And there was no mention of a woman holding a ministerial role. Jackie Northam NPR NEWS ISLAMABAD In Minneapolis, The judge has struck down ballot language that sought to replace the Minneapolis police Department with a new agency. Judge Jamie Anderson says the wording was misleading an unworkable the language approved by the City Council would have asked voters whether to replace the police force with a new Department of public Safety. That quote may include police officers, but remove a city charter mandate that the city have a police department. Anderson issued the order today just ahead of a deadline for ballots to go to the printer. This is NPR Live from KQED News. I'm Natalia Navarro. The Bay Area has a new representative in the state Legislature. Mia Bonta, the former president of the Alameda School Board, was sworn into a state assembly seat this morning, where she'll represent Oakland, Alameda and San Leandro. We will invest in clean energy and environmental justice initiatives. To protect our health and ensure our future. We will reform our criminal justice system so that folks are not treated differently based on the color of their skin, their ethnicity or the dollar in their bank account over the weekend. Gemini Ramachandran, Banda's opponent in last week's election, conceded the race Bonta will serve the remainder of her husband, Rob Vontaze Term and face re election next year Housing unit at Alameda County Santa Rita. Jail is having a covid 19 outbreak with 39 out of 55 people in it testing positive. 46 of the 2000. People held at the jail tested positive as of Monday, up from nine the day before. Three more staff members also tested positive, bringing the staff total to 10. Sergeant Ray Kelly, a spokesperson for the county Sheriff's Office, says they have emptied the dormitory style unit where the outbreak occurred and isolated those who tested positive. We know that the congregant living settings are not the best, but we don't you know, we only have so much room And then we have to try to balance public health with public safety, and it makes it difficult. The sheriff's office says the majority of those who tested positive are asymptomatic. I'm Natalia Navarro..

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"judge jamie anderson" Discussed on WBEZ Chicago

WBEZ Chicago

05:33 min | 10 months ago

"judge jamie anderson" Discussed on WBEZ Chicago

"And Isa open and be able to analyze and take a very quick decisions. Also, how politics around the pandemic have stigmatized Covid 19 deaths in certain communities. I've heard people were there just like I just don't want to have covid listed on the death certificate, and I don't want to hear that Covid had anything to do with my father's death, and first lady Jill Biden heads back to teaching in her classroom today. First, these news headlines. Live from NPR news. I'm Janine Herbst. President Biden is visiting communities in New York City and New Jersey that are recovering from last week's flooding triggered by what was once hurricane Ida. As NPR's Hansi Lo Wang reports, Several people are still missing. At least 50 people are confirmed dead in the area from the storm. President Biden's motorcade passed by heaps of garbage bags and damaged furniture thrown out by flooded residents in North central New Jersey while meeting with local officials, Biden said the destruction caused by what was once hurricane Ida is another sign of the climate crisis. We're now living in real time. What the country is going to look like and if we don't do so we can't turn it back very much, but we can prevent it from getting worse. New York City officials say they're tracking a rainstorm that's forecast to reach the city Wednesday night. The mayor says if needed, the city may put in place travel bans and try to evacuate people living in basement apartments. Hansi Lo Wang NPR news and NPR's Mara Liasson has more on how Biden could use the aftermath of the storm to push his infrastructure bill forward. There's a lot of money in that bill to increase hurricane resiliency. There's even more money for climate change projects in the reconciliation bill, the big budget bill, But in terms of the infrastructure bill, it is a bipartisan bill. And there are a lot of Republicans who otherwise would have voted against it. Reflexively are now saying, Hey, there's money in there for my my state like Louisiana. And it could be a way that Biden get some more Republican support for the infrastructure bill. NPR's Mara Liasson, the Taliban have formed an interim government in Afghanistan as NPR's Jackie Northam reports. Among the senior leaders are fighters who are core members of the Taliban. Afghanistan's interim government is made up of the Taliban's old guard. The new leader is Mullah Mohammad Hassan cocooned. He's considered a hardliner from Kandahar and is headed the Taliban's leadership Council for 20 years. The deputy prime minister is Mullah Abdul Ghani Baradar, who heads up the Taliban's political office and was widely expected to become leader. There was no mention about the group's spiritual leader. Nor was there any indication that the new Afghan government would be inclusive involving other political parties and players as the Taliban had hinted, and there was no mention of a woman holding a ministerial role. Jackie Northam. NPR NEWS ISLAMABAD In Minneapolis, The judge has struck down ballot language that sought to replace the Minneapolis police Department with a new agency. Judge Jamie Anderson says the wording was misleading and unworkable. The language approved by the City Council would have asked voters whether to replace the police force with a new Department of public Safety. That quote may include police officers, but remove a city charter mandate that the city have a police department. Anderson issued the order today just ahead of a deadline for ballots to go to the printer. This is NPR. 86 degrees at 304. Good afternoon. I'm elbow Lara with W B. E Z News. The average daily number of Covid 19 cases in Chicago remains flat, but health officials remain concerned about those who are not vaccinated. The city is currently averaging 486 cases a day. Last week. That number was lower at 483. Dr Allison are winning, Chicago's public health commissioner says People who get covid are 15 times more likely to die if they're unvaccinated compared to those who are fully vaccinated. And that number gets worse, depending on age and ethnicity. For example, black and Latin X Chicagoans in that older age group, like the 55 to 64 year olds black and Latin X Chicagoans are 35 to 40 times more likely to die. Or what, he says 99.9% of vaccinated. Chicagoans have not been hospitalized with covid after vaccination. Animals at the Brookfield Zoo are getting their own covid 19 vaccinations, Primates, small carnivores, big cats and bears will be among the first to get shots. The animals will get two doses three weeks apart. Similar vaccination programs for animals are being done at zoos around the country. Beginning the school year. Colleges and universities in Illinois must survey their students annually about sexual assault on campus. The new state law directs a task force to create the survey and examine the results. The survey will let students disclose incidents without having to file a formal complaint. The Illinois Board of Higher Education will publish the survey's results on its website. Industry leaders believe the boom an RV production won't ease up in northern Indiana in 2022 forecast released by the Recreational Vehicle Industry Association projects a record shipment of 580,000 vehicles this year. That's an increase of 34% from 2020 and 14% more than the previous highest mark in 2017. Several 1000 people work at dozens of RV manufacturing and supply factories in northern Indiana. Sports clubs and the Reds Resume a three game series tonight at Wrigley. The White Sox were in Oakland to start their three game.

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"judge jamie anderson" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

04:36 min | 10 months ago

"judge jamie anderson" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Devastation in New York and New Jersey as our area continues to grapple with untold damage and loss of life from last week's catastrophic storm. I'm Sean Carlson. It's all things considered on W N. Y. C. Also this hour of the lack of a functional government in Afghanistan is having an impact on aid organizations in the country When it works. We don't think that is important, but when it does not work, you fish rolled all of a sudden realized how it's important to And later there's mounting pressure to consider emergency use authorization of covid vaccines for Children under 12. We'll hear about that from the president of the American Academy of Pediatrics. All that and more this hour, right after news headlights stick around. Live from NPR news. I'm Janine Herbst. President Biden is visiting communities in New York City and New Jersey that are recovering from last week's flooding triggered by what was once hurricane Ida. As NPR's Hansi Lo Wang reports, Several people are still missing. At least 50 people are confirmed dead in the area from the storm. President Biden's motorcade passed by heaps of garbage bags and damaged furniture thrown out by flooded residents in North central New Jersey while meeting with local officials, Biden said the destruction caused by what was once hurricane Ida is another sign of the climate crisis. We're now living in real time. What the country is going to look like, and if we don't do some, we can't turn it back very much, but we can prevent it from getting worse. New York City officials say they're tracking a rainstorm that's forecast to reach the city Wednesday night. The mayor says if needed, the city may put in place travel bans and try to evacuate people living in basement apartments. Hansi Lo Wang NPR news and NPR's Mara Liasson has more on how Biden could use the aftermath of the storm to push his infrastructure bill forward. There's a lot of money in that bill to increase hurricane resiliency. There's even more money for climate change projects in the reconciliation bill, the big budget bill, But in terms of the infrastructure bill, it is a bipartisan bill. And there are a lot of Republicans who otherwise would have voted against it. Reflexively are now saying, Hey, there's money in there for my my state like Louisiana. And it could be a way that Biden get some more Republican support for the infrastructure bill. NPR's Mara Liasson, the Taliban have formed an interim government in Afghanistan as NPR's Jackie Northam reports. Among the senior leaders are fighters who are core members of the Taliban. Afghanistan's interim government is made up of the Taliban's old guard. The new leader is Mullah Mohammad Hassan, a Kunde. He's considered a hardliner from Kandahar and is headed the Taliban's leadership Council for 20 years. The deputy prime minister is Mullah Abdul Ghani Baradar, who heads up the Taliban's political office and was widely expected to become leader. There was no mention about the group's spiritual leader. Nor was there any indication that the new Afghan government would be inclusive involving other political parties and players as the Taliban had hinted, and there was no mention of a woman holding a ministerial role. Jackie Northam. NPR NEWS ISLAMABAD In Minneapolis, The judge has struck down ballot language that sought to replace the Minneapolis police Department with the new agency. Judge Jamie Anderson says the wording was misleading and unworkable. The language approved by the City Council would have asked voters whether to replace the police force with a new Department of public Safety. That quote may include police officers, but remove a city charter mandate that the city have a police department. Anderson issued the order today just ahead of a deadline for ballots to go to the printer. This is NPR, and this is W when my seat in New York I'm Sean Carlson as you've been hearing President Biden is touring flood damaged parts of New York and New Jersey this afternoon. The president is scheduled to visit a neighborhood in Manville, New Jersey and Queens yesterday by declared a major disaster in some parts of both states, allowing residents to apply for emergency funding. The remnants of Hurricane Ida killed at least 17 people in New York State and 27 in New Jersey, on Main Street in Manville, piles of debris from local businesses, block sidewalks and towered five ft high today as residents waited to waive the president's passing motorcade. Others waved large trump flags. But business owner Dina DeMarco says Forget about politics. She just needs help. I mean,.

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"judge jamie anderson" Discussed on WBUR

WBUR

05:09 min | 10 months ago

"judge jamie anderson" Discussed on WBUR

"Recovering from last week's flooding triggered by what was once Hurricane Ida as NPR's Hansi Lo Wang reports, several people are still missing. At least 50 people are confirmed dead in the area from the storm. President Biden's motorcade passed by heaps of garbage bags and damaged furniture thrown out by flooded residents in North central New Jersey while meeting with local officials, Biden said the destruction caused by what was once hurricane Ida is another sign of the climate crisis. We're now living in real time. What the country is going to look like, and if we don't do some, we can't turn it back very much, but we can prevent it from getting worse. New York City officials say they're tracking a rainstorm that's forecast to reach the city Wednesday night. The mayor says if needed, the city may put in place travel bans and try to evacuate people living in basement apartments. Hansi Lo Wang NPR news and NPR's Mara Liasson has more on how Biden could use the aftermath of the storm to push his infrastructure bill forward. There's a lot of money in that bill to increase hurricane resiliency. There's even more money for climate change projects in the reconciliation bill, the big budget bill, But in terms of the infrastructure bill, it is a bipartisan bill. And there are a lot of Republicans who otherwise would have voted against it. Reflexively are now saying, Hey, there's money in there for my my state like Louisiana. And it could be a way that Biden get some more Republican support for the infrastructure bill. NPR's Mara Liasson, the Taliban have formed an interim government in Afghanistan as NPR's Jackie Northam reports. Among the senior leaders are fighters who are core members of the Taliban. Afghanistan's interim government is made up of the Taliban's old guard. The new leader is Mullah Mohammad Hassan, a Kunde. He's considered a hardliner from Kandahar and is headed the Taliban's leadership Council for 20 years. The deputy prime minister is Mullah Abdul Ghani Baradar, who heads up the Taliban's political office and was widely expected to become leader. There was no mention about the group's spiritual leader. Nor was there any indication that the new Afghan government would be inclusive involving other political parties and players as the Taliban had hinted, and there was no mention of a woman holding a ministerial role. Jackie Northam. NPR NEWS ISLAMABAD In Minneapolis, The judge has struck down ballot language that sought to replace the Minneapolis police Department with the new agency. Judge Jamie Anderson says the wording was misleading and unworkable. The language approved by the City Council would have asked voters whether to replace the police force with a new Department of public Safety. That quote may include police officers. But remove a city charter mandate that the city have a police department. Anderson issued the order today just ahead of a deadline for ballots to go to the printer. This is NPR. This is 90.9. W bur. I'm Jacqueline PR is in Boston. A new poll finds the vast majority of registered voters in Boston support employer vaccine mandates and mask requirements in schools. Nearly 90% of those polled by the Boston Globe in Suffolk University agreed with the state's school mask requirements. Little more than 70% said they think employers should require their workers to get vaccinated against Covid 19. The poll surveyed 500 people likely to vote in next week's preliminary mayoral election. Study on the prevalence of Covid 19 infections in the state is underway at U Mass Amherst. Peter Reinhart, director of the Schools, Applied Life Sciences Clinical Testing Center, says the goal is to provide the state with surveillance on the type and spread of covid. He says. Initially, it was thought that having 70% of the population fully vaccinated would achieve herd immunity, but that that thinking has changed. Now that we have Delta circulating and being the predominant strain in the U. S. And in Massachusetts, the percentage one needs to achieve to get to what's called Herd immunity. Is much higher. Reinhart says The study will focus on the prevalence of antibodies in all demographics and geographical locations in the state. Senator Elizabeth Warren will throw her support behind efforts to stop a proposed ballot question that would affect APP base drivers in the state. A group of labor and civil rights organizations leading the push against the industry backed measure that would Classified drivers for companies like Uber and Instacart as independent contractors rather than employees. Critics say it would treat them as second class workers. Tomorrow is the last day to apply to vote by mail in Massachusetts communities that have preliminary elections on September 14th applications must arrive at municipal election boxes by five p.m.. So the secretary of state's office recommends people apply online or use Dropbox is Applications that are received by email have to contain an image of a person's hand written signature to be valid. In sports. Red Sox will host the Tampa Bay Rays at Fenway Tonight. Forecast says Clear skies Tonight Lows Drop into the lower sixties sunshine Tomorrow Eyes in the low eighties with showers moving in late tomorrow night right.

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"judge jamie anderson" Discussed on WABE 90.1 FM

WABE 90.1 FM

02:19 min | 10 months ago

"judge jamie anderson" Discussed on WABE 90.1 FM

"If we don't do some, we can't turn it back very much, but we can prevent it from getting worse. New York City officials say they're tracking a rainstorm that's forecast to reach the city Wednesday night, the mayor says, if needed, the city may put in place travel bans and try to evacuate people living in basement apartments. Hansi Lo Wang NPR news and NPR's Mara Liasson has more on how Biden could use the aftermath of the storm to push his infrastructure bill forward. There's a lot of money in that bill to increase hurricane resiliency. There's even more money for climate change projects in the reconciliation bill, the big budget bill, But in terms of the infrastructure bill, it is a bipartisan bill. And there are a lot of Republicans who otherwise would have voted against it. Reflexively are now saying, Hey, there's money in there from my state like Louisiana. And it could be a way that Biden get some more Republican support for the infrastructure bill. NPR's Mara Liasson, the Taliban have formed an interim government in Afghanistan as NPR's Jackie Northam reports. Among the senior leaders are fighters who are core members of the Taliban. Afghanistan's interim government is made up of the Taliban's old guard. The new leader is Mullah Mohammad Hassan cocooned. He's considered a hardliner from Kandahar and is headed the Taliban's leadership Council for 20 years. The deputy prime minister is Mullah Abdul Ghani Baradar, who heads up the Taliban's political office and was widely expected to become leader. There was no mention about the group's spiritual leader. Nor was there any indication that the new Afghan government would be inclusive involving other political parties and players as the Taliban had hinted, and there was no mention of a woman holding a ministerial role. Jackie Northam. NPR NEWS ISLAMABAD In Minneapolis, The judge has struck down ballot language that sought to replace the Minneapolis police Department with the new agency. Judge Jamie Anderson says the wording was misleading and unworkable. The language approved by the City Council would have asked voters whether to replace the police force with a new Department of public Safety. That quote may include police officers, but remove a city charter mandate that the city have a police department. Anderson issued the order today just ahead of a deadline for ballots to go to the printer..

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"judge jamie anderson" Discussed on KPRC 950 AM

KPRC 950 AM

01:49 min | 10 months ago

"judge jamie anderson" Discussed on KPRC 950 AM

"Of a ballot question on replacing the Minneapolis Police Department Up in County District Judge Jamie Anderson used the words ambiguous in vague to describe ballot language. That puts the question of replacing the Minneapolis police with a new agency to voters. The City Council approved the wording in August, indicating that a new public safety department may include officers. And that a charter requiring a police force be removed Boxes Gurnal Scott in the City Council's meeting now to work on revising the wording. The ballot question stems from the killing of George Floyd by a Minneapolis officer and subsequent calls to defund police. Fire officials in California now say the big fire near the Lake Tahoe resort region is 49% contained, with containment lines holding well on its way to that region. That fire destroyed over 700 homes beyond meat is about to have more competition in more places. Rival plant based meat maker Impossible Foods will be debuting. It's meatless chicken nuggets in restaurants Tuesday, The company will also be offering the chicken substitute in supermarkets, including Wal Mart, Kroger, Albertson. In Safeway by the end of September, with more than 10,000 grocers, selling them by the end of the year. The new product is made from textured soy protein and sunflower oil. However, unlike impossible foods, meat free burgers and sausage, the Nuggets will not contain him, the ingredient that kept them from being sold in Europe and China because it's genetically modified beyond meat launched its own chicken tenders in restaurants in July boxes. Hillary Barsky El Salvador becomes the first country to adopt Bitcoin as legal tender, but The rollout stumbled in the opening hours with the digital wallet used for transactions not functioning. El Salvador's president, tweeting reassurances to the public explaining the wallet was disconnected while server capacity.

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"judge jamie anderson" Discussed on Talk Radio 1190 KFXR

Talk Radio 1190 KFXR

01:51 min | 10 months ago

"judge jamie anderson" Discussed on Talk Radio 1190 KFXR

"A judge in Minnesota rejects the wording of a ballot question on replacing the Minneapolis Police Department Up in County District Judge Jamie Anderson used the words ambiguous in vague to describe ballot language. That puts the question of replacing the Minneapolis police with a new agency to voters. The City Council approved the wording in August, indicating that a new public safety department may include officers. And that a charter requiring a police force be removed Boxes Gurnal Scott in the City Council's meeting now to work on revising the wording. The ballot question stems from the killing of George Floyd by in Minneapolis officer and subsequent calls to defund police. Fire officials in California now say the big fire near the Lake Tahoe resort region is 49% contained, with containment lines holding well on its way to that region. That fire destroyed over 700 homes beyond meat is about to have more competition in more places. Rival plant based meat maker Impossible Foods will be debuting. It's meatless chicken nuggets in restaurants Tuesday, The company will also be offering the chicken substitute in supermarkets, including Wal Mart, Kroger, Albertson. In Safeway by the end of September, with more than 10,000 grocers, selling them by the end of the year. The new product is made from textured soy protein and sunflower oil. However, unlike impossible foods, meat free burgers and sausage, the Nuggets will not contain him, the ingredient that kept them from being sold in Europe and China because it's genetically modified beyond meat launched its own chicken tenders in restaurants in July boxes. Hillary Barsky El Salvador becomes the first country to adopt Bitcoin as legal tender, but The rollout stumbled in the opening hours with the digital wallet used for transactions not functioning. El Salvador's president, tweeting reassurances to the public explaining the wallet was disconnected while server capacity.

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"judge jamie anderson" Discussed on WAAM Talk 1600

WAAM Talk 1600

01:50 min | 10 months ago

"judge jamie anderson" Discussed on WAAM Talk 1600

"Of a ballot question on replacing the Minneapolis Police Department Up in County District Judge Jamie Anderson used the words ambiguous and vague to describe ballot language. That puts the question of replacing the Minneapolis police with a new agency to voters. The City Council approved the wording in August, indicating that a new public safety department may include officers. And that a charter requiring a police force be removed Boxes Gurnal Scott in the City Council's meeting now to work on revising the wording. The ballot question stems from the killing of George Floyd by a Minneapolis officer and subsequent calls to defund police. Fire officials in California now say the big fire near the Lake Tahoe resort region is 49% contained, with containment lines holding well on its way to that region. That fire destroyed over 700 homes beyond meat is about to have more competition in more places. Rival plant based meat maker Impossible Foods will be debuting. It's meatless chicken nuggets in restaurants Tuesday, the company will also be offering the chicken substitute its supermarkets, including Wal Mart, Kroger, Albertson. In Safeway by the end of September, with more than 10,000 grocers, selling them by the end of the year. The new product is made from textured soy protein and sunflower oil. However, unlike impossible foods, meat free burgers and sausage, the Nuggets will not contain him. The ingredient that kept them from being sold in Europe and China because it's genetically modified beyond meat launched its own chicken tenders in restaurants in July, says Hillary Barsky, El Salvador becomes the first country to adopt Bitcoin as legal tender, but The rollout stumbled in the opening hours with the digital wallet used for transactions not functioning. El Salvador's president, tweeting reassurances to the public explaining the wallet was disconnected while server capacity was increased.

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"judge jamie anderson" Discussed on The World and Everything In It

The World and Everything In It

04:43 min | 11 months ago

"judge jamie anderson" Discussed on The World and Everything In It

"It's time for legal documents. Peaceful protests and violent riots around the country that followed the killing by police officer of george floyd in minneapolis ushered in big changes in some cities. One of those changes included a de-fund the police movement minneapolis city council was in the forefront of that it cut eight million dollars from the police and diverted that money elsewhere the move represented a roughly five percent budget cut at a time. When crime was spiking. Well now we have sobering numbers to quantify some of the damage done statistics from the minneapolis. Police department. Compare violent crime of the first six months of last year to the first six months of this year. Right listen to this. A sixty four percent increase in homicides. Thirty percent increase in robberies thirty-nine percent increase in gunshot wound victims. That's no surprise to cathy. Span she is living it. She was in bed. Heard what ended up being nineteen rounds of gunfire to neighbors shot literally at my front door. I could hear the sounds of the bullets and this is something that has been occurring literally on a weekly daily basis all throughout the area. In which i live and work in an area in which i love. I love this area but the violence has just literally gotten out of control plagued by groups taking over public streets and drag racing and doing stunts in the roadways when people are trying to go about their daily routines just walking across the street or buying groceries. And it's just people are traumatized by what is happening in their community just traumatize so without having some level of policing some level of law in order the neighborhood in which i live and working neighborhood in which i i love it is really disheartening to see some of the things that i have never seen before and i have lived and worked in this community for over twenty five years and i've never seen this type of violence before the last time crime. Were like this in minneapolis. That was the nineteen nineties when the town had earned the derisive nickname murderer operas young people have not been spared the violence either a six year old girl sitting in a car shot in the head a nine year old girl jumping on a trampoline shot dead so rather than just sit by and watch their devolve into even more chaos. Some citizens took action kathy span and seven others sued the city for failing to live up to its own rules. The city charter sets out a specific mathematical. Formula for police force is relative to the population. The citizen lawsuit faulted the city for leading the number of officers drop beneath that minimum legal level. And they won the case this month. Hennepin county district court judge. Jamie anderson ordered the city to increase the number of officers. She told the city council not to use outdated census data from two thousand ten to figure staffing levels for today judge. Anderson said city officials must immediately take any and all necessary action to ensure they fund the police force. I called the attorney. Who represents the eight citizens james dickey. I think judge anderson. One of the keys is that she understood that. The city of minneapolis has to be proactive about making sure that is police. Force numbers tracked with the population. Neapolis is a little bit unique. Compared to many other cities It actually has a requirement in this charter. But it's not enough for the city to say in twenty twenty twenty twenty one. Which is what it is doing that while we we get to rely on twenty ten cents this that but sauce a hundred officers The should be at. And i think judge anderson recognize that. A reality requires the city to be proactive and to spend wisely. And make sure they're ready for whatever. The census requires of them. You know based on the language of the city charter easier said than done officers of quit taken medical. Leave of absence where. Ptsd or early retirement from increasingly thankless. Jobs that's been going on ever. Since the city council began dismantling the police department leaving the city two hundred officers short from the mandated number. I contacted the mayor's office and the city council president for comment each politely declined to talk to me but city council president lisa bender did point out in an email that when she took office in two thousand fourteen. The police departments budget was one hundred. Forty five million dollars. Annually versus one hundred and seventy seven million dollars..

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"judge jamie anderson" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

KTLK 1130 AM

06:40 min | 1 year ago

"judge jamie anderson" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

"But the numbers the numbers are that the number of people shot in many outwith this year just in nine months. Is over. 400 doubled the amount of violent crime homicide. They're now at 68. We had only 48 for all of 2019. And remember, this spike only started in May. So the first three months were about level with where we were last year. And now all of a sudden we're going to double the number of homicides double the final, violent crime and the Carjackings now, like you say they can't find enough cars to Jackson is just take your catalytic converter. That's all they're doing now because they can't find a full cars. Is the lawsuits in in what Get to get back to the loss of real quick. I want to ask a question off of that. But talk about what the what? What you ultimately if you're the win, what you ultimately hope the lawsuit will end up producing and then I have a follow up question to that. So what we're asking for is a writ of mandamus and Judge Jamie Anderson is a judge. He's aplenty Appointee Conservative judge in Minnesota court system So that's unusual and she gave it the really good hearing on Monday, But the rhythm and Amos would require the Minneapolis City Council To comply with the city charter. It's just don't order you have to comply with this charter and the judge and then has enforcement power over it. So if you remember back in the bus, ing days and desegregation Uh, courts would issue a writ of mandamus for certain actions to be taken by the Legislature to comply with the rights of the individuals, and that's what we're asking for. Beyond that. There's a secondary thing. We want to open up discovery so we can find out what all the true numbers are. So everyone can see what's going on in the city of Minneapolis for the police Department, so because here's the question and this is more, and this is obviously speaking totem or of Expectation and hypotheticals. It would obviously be a massive step in the right direction if you were able to win, But, you know, Howard, I mean, you're you're smarter than both of us combined, and I just might my mind goes to okay. You've you felt with numbers problem, but we haven't done anything when it comes to the culture of the leadership and their belief so Do you think that it that it dovetails into that? That a sort of forces the issue to be pushed further into the public, which in turn, hopefully will then act over time? Some changes within the leadership because even if we get the number of police officers is a step in the right direction. What is the city clown? So go and do and do with them? Andrew wants to add to that. And and and as you demonstrated, you know, early in your call. We you know, we we know that this city Council in their representation will fudge the numbers as much as possible to try Teo to try to make sure that they're meeting Requirements, right and look on. The only true solution to this is to vote out the City Council in the mayor and get new ones in. I don't live in a city Minneapolis. I don't vote there. But there's a lot of good people who are not yet awoke in, then the right way. They're not waking up to what's really going on or what they're causing. You know, if we every day we get a Colin Kaepernick, saying we should abolish the police in prison. I mean, let's let's just talk about that, and people who are even reasonably intelligent are going to say that is crazy Talk. And the important thing is to point the consequences to the actions so people can't run and hide and say if we just all abolished the police, everyone will live in harmony. We can't have piano players. Playing John Lennon song think that this thing is going to be solved, so the first step is awareness. The second step is getting police third step is voting out of office people on what we can, but you know, there is no one step process is going to solve the whole issue. Well, I look at this lawsuit is sort of a tourniquet, You know? I mean, you've got it. You've got a city that is essentially bleeding out, and we've got to try to stop the bleeding, and this lawsuit is certainly a part of that process. Of atleast trying to trying to mitigate the amount of damage that that that that elected leadership is currently doing of the city of Minneapolis. Absolutely, you know, look if we can just flow to decline, and we've done something But this is getting to be a panic state. I mean, when you have these groups of youths out there in the you know this this these camel disguise cars doing burnouts on First Avenue two in the morning, the police go down there and they back away because they're getting beat up. By the U. S. You gotta have enough police officers that they got a show of force and stop it. I mean, Rudy Giuliani had it right in New York City. I mean, they had a big problem. He comes in and does the broken window theory of policing. Which means if you break a window, we're arresting you. Therefore, you aren't going to torch the whole building. And maybe we'll get some people like Don Samuel's is our client. He used to be on the City Council. I mean, he knows what's going on. He knows what the answer is. Unfortunately, he's not on the City Council anymore, but hopefully our activists are residents could get other people to run and we can. Get these Thiss organization in the City Council change next next election. So the U. S Department of Justice offered to partner with the Minneapolis Police department is part of a new nationwide program to provide training two police forces around the country. They've made this announcement on Tuesday morning, the Minneapolis police chief, Arredondo appeared in a news conference alongside Justice officials and said he was excited and encouraged about the offer. He says. We have been and I have been working on our plans to create a new MPD. And this would be a key component to that. I stayed that because where do we land where we sort of land on Arredondo at this point at this point in time, because I really I really don't know. I haven't seen or heard enough from him to really kind of wrap my head about around where he where he lands in the middle of all this. He seems like an individual who's sort of Stuck on an island you know, and it is dealing with two different issues, the ineptitude of the City Council and the rising crime rate, and it doesn't really have the tools to to even show his hand and what he actually wants to do. Yeah, I view him as having one of the toughest jobs in America and he's I think he's a good man trying to do the right thing. I mean, he comes out and gives some numbers. He said that the amount of violent crime doubled this year. He gave us some of the numbers in his state of the police. Report to the City Council. He's not backing away from supporting police officers. Now I would love him to go full throated and say the City Council's a bunch of crazy people need to be voted out. But then he just gets thrown out and they'd put one of their lackeys and in place of him, so there's only so much he could do because otherwise he's going to get just rolled over. Uh, but you know this and then the Department of Justice Program has $3 million program you spoke of. I mean, this is the kind of stuff that bureaucracies do to try to solve a problem, which is completely ineffective. You read the press release. This is called the Bureau of Justice Assistance is.

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