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"judge stanley" Discussed on KOMO
"Ordered the U. S Postal Service to take extraordinary measures to deliver ballots in time to be counted in Wisconsin and around Detroit, including using a priority mail service chief U. S. District Judge Stanley Bastion in Yakima issued the order on Friday after being presented with data. Showing on time delivery of ballots sent by voters was too slow in Michigan and Wisconsin. They're both battleground states in the November election bastion. An appointee of former President Barack Obama said that starting Sunday and continuing through November 10th, the USPS must report to his court. The prior day's all clear status for each facility in processing center in the Detroit area. And a district covering most of Wisconsin, A record number of voters in Washington have already returned their ballots ahead of Tuesday's election. Nearly 65% of the state's more than 4.8 million registered voters have already cast their ballot by Friday, and voters have until 8 p.m. Tuesday to drop their ballots often almost 500 drop off boxes or voting centers around the state. Four years ago, just over 41% of voters have returned their ballots by the weekend before the election, and federal agencies have fallen short of President Donald Trump's goals for making forests and rangelands. They oversee less vulnerable to wildfires. Trump set targets in 2018 for measures such as removing dead trees, underbrush and other potentially flammable materials. The government data shows the U. S Forest Service and the Department of Interior treated just over half of the area. The president sought. I'm legal analyst Royal Oaks with the bunker diet, with the national hyper focused on the election. There's the usual obsession with how Florida a swing state will tip. But there's a simmering subplot in the Sunshine State, namely the effect of letting ex felons.
Federal judge orders USPS to take 'extraordinary measures' to deliver mail-in ballots on time
"Service to take extraordinary measures to deliver ballots in time to be counted in Wisconsin and around Detroit, including using a priority mail service chief U. S. District Judge Stanley Bastion in Yakima issued the order on Friday after being presented with data. Showing on time delivery of ballots sent by voters was too slow in Michigan and Wisconsin. They're both battleground states in the November election bastion. An appointee of former President Barack Obama said that starting Sunday and continuing through November 10th, the USPS must report to his court. The prior day's all clear status for each facility in processing center in the Detroit area. And a district covering most of Wisconsin, A record number of voters in Washington have already
"judge stanley" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880
"43 with a fair sky in Central Park at 6 40, Germany and France this week started new lockdowns related to the Corona virus, and now the UK has followed suit. Prime Minister Boris Johnson, announcing a month long locked down today, it will begin this coming Thursday, closing non essential businesses and making people stay home. Most of the time, hope Wass by strong legal action, strong local leadership, We could get the rates of infection down where the disease was surging and addressed the problem, thereby across the whole country that has not worked to this point. There is concern among British scientists that hospitalizations and debts could surpass the levels from earlier in the year. Britain has a million cases of Cove it there is a plan to eventually allow cruise ships to sail again on Ly in US waters. CDC says companies need to have a plan for testing and quarantining all passengers and crew must be tested at the beginning and end of all voyages. Test labs will be required on all ships. With arrangements needed to bring infected passengers to shore if needed, just a framework and it could take months until cruise ships sail again. They have been docked since March. Use whatever extraordinary measures necessary to make sure ballots in Wisconsin and in Michigan near Detroit. Are delivered on time that message from a federal judge to the U. S. Postal Service on Friday. Judge Stanley Bastian said the data shows that in Wisconsin and Michigan to swing states.
Federal judge temporarily blocks USPS policy changes nationwide
"To issue a nationwide injunction to block operational changes by the U. S. Postal Service. As we told you yesterday, Judge Stanley bashed in in Yakima ruled the changes have made mail delivery, slower and less efficient bash and added the July policy changes have developed a substantial possibility for voters to be disenfranchised. Both President Trump and former Vice President Joe Biden are talking potential voter fraud. Whether or not they've got confidence in the system on the campaign trail. I'm confidence that Trump will try to not have that happen. But I've conference. American public go to see a mess on election night. That's gonna be it's gonna be legendary. In the midst of this lawsuit, Postal inspector to Joy appointed by President Trump says he suspended some of the changes already until after the election, insisting that he's not trying to sabotage the election. Postal Service says it's now looking at its legal options in response to this new ruling out of Yakima Judge Bastions ruling is preliminary but enforceable nationwide until the final judgment is given almost Denise Whittaker 11 40 Sports
"judge stanley" Discussed on KOMO
"Here's come a Web meteorologists got cystic all next week. The charts are looking favorable that we're just going to keep that West wind going, which is what we should have. That's kind of the default here. With all the death and destruction caused by wildfires, People are asking how forest officials can better manage the wildlands. Almost Joel Marino has more to prevent wildfires from raging out of control. DNA has targeted 1.25 million acres for forest inning and controlled burns. Measures that work prioritized in decades past. We've been successful at removing fire from the landscape. Well, the landscape needs fire. So far about 147,000 acres have been treated, which is 40,000 acres short of the pace laid out under a 20 year plan. More forestry work is expected this fiscal year. The challenges that there's never enough money and there are never enough people to take care of all those landscapes that really need to have no reduction. Aside from funding challenges. There are also concerns about climate change and how that influences wildfire risks. There is some good news for firefighters in Oregon. The state's fire Marshal Mariana Ruiz Temple, says their attorney wild firefighting efforts overto local fire crews. Now, she says she feels confident local crews have the resource is to continue the containment work she had. The only exception is the Slater fire, where they will continue to work toward forming a containment line. While the with the rain is coming to Oregon. It's good news in terms of fighting the fires. It's also bad news because it could cause flash flooding. The National Weather Service is the heavy rain will cause loose rocks and debris to fall down Hills Highway 12 over White Pass will be closed at least through today because of a wildfire in the area. The Department of Transportation says large rocks and other debris keeps falling onto the highway. Ah federal judge is going to issue a nationwide injunction blocking operational changes by the U. S Postal Service. As we told you yesterday, Judge Stanley Bastion in Yakima ruled the changes have made mail delivery slower and less efficient. Bastian added the July policy changes have developed a substantial possibility for voters to be disenfranchised. Both President Trump and former Vice President Joe Biden are talking potential voter fraud, whether or not they've got confidence in the system on the campaign trail. I'm confidence.
"judge stanley" Discussed on KOMO
"Have that kind of a default here a week ago that massive smoke plume poured into Washington from fires in California and Oregon. The winds have continued to pull in new smoke since then, degrading air quality to the point of being hazardous in a number of areas. With all the death and destruction caused by wildfires. People are asking how forest officials Khun Better manage the wildlands commas Joe Marino has more to prevent wildfires from raging out of control. DNA has targeted 1.25 million acres for forest thinning and controlled burns. Measures that work prioritized in decades past. We've been successful at removing fire from the landscape. Well, the landscape needs fire. So far about 147,000 acres have been treated, which is 40,000 acres short of the pace laid out under a 20 year plan. More forestry work is expected this fiscal year. The challenges that there's never enough money and there are never enough people to take care of all those landscapes that really need to have no reduction. Aside from funding challenges. There are also concerns about climate change and how that influences wildfire risks. There is some good news for firefighters in Oregon, the state's fire Marshal Mariana Ruiz Temple. Is the attorney. Wild firefighting efforts overto local fire crews. Now, she says she feels confident local crews have the resource is to continue the containment work she has. The only exception is the Slater fire, where they'll continue to work toward forming a containment line. State fire crews are demobilizing from the others now. Highway. 12 over White Pass will be closed at least through today because of a wildfire burning in that area. The Department of Transportation's his large rocks and other debris keep falling onto the highway. The state plans to give us an update on the re opening this afternoon. Ah Federal judge is going to issue a nationwide injunction blocking operational changes by the U. S Postal Service. As we told you yesterday, Judge Stanley Bastian Yakama ruled the changes who quote Made mail delivery, slower and less efficient fashion added the July policy changes have developed a substantial possibility for voters to be disenfranchised. Both President Trump and former Vice President Joe Biden are talking potential voter fraud, whether or not they've got confidence in the system on the campaign trail. I've confidence that chump will try to not have.
"judge stanley" Discussed on KSFO-AM
"We're pulling people out of flooded areas Thursday near Pensacola, while in Alabama National Guard troops helped people evacuate near mobile Bay. Sally's been blamed for at least one death in Alabama. The mail must go through. That's essentially what a federal judge has ruled in response to 14 States, challenging moves by the Trump Administration. Toe Slow down the USPS. Judge Stanley bashed in issuing a nationwide preliminary injunction to end the leave behind policies that have been implemented recently by Postmaster General Lewis to Joy. The lawsuit led by Washington State Governor Jay Inslee. On the court victory today, a federal judge ordered U. S Postal Service to stop any changes. That could full election mail across the country. We're joined by 13 other states in this crucial more moved to defend American democracy. And obviously we have lead in good effective. Safe meal and voting. In Washington state, and we hope the states follow our lead. This is a major win for democracy. We're confident or elections. We know this is going to add to that confidence by preventing the Trump administration. From throwing down the mail, thereby reducing the effectiveness of our democratic voting system on the Postal Service changes have delayed the delivery of male. It also threatens to undermine efforts by states to increase the use of Mail in ballots is something the president is against Pennsylvania's highest court has given the Democratic Party a series of victories related to November's election. One of Thursday's decision in the battleground state. Ah, lawsuit that's not favorable fixes the glitches and gray areas in the mail in voting law and the court granting Democratsrequest to order a three day extension of Pennsylvania's election day deadline to count the mail in ballots. I'd also authorized satellite election offices and drop boxes head off an avalanche of mail in ballots in Philadelphia and its populace suburbs. Another ruling kicked the Green Party's presidential candidate on the November ballot for not strictly following procedures for getting on it. On the gridiron Baker Mayfield threw two touchdown passes Nick Cha brand for two scores. The Cleveland Browns gave coach Kevin Stephan asked his first NFL victory by knocking off the Cincinnati Bangles 35 30 on the NFL's 1/100 birthday. Mayfield connected with Odell Beckham Jr on a 43 yard scoring drive the Browns rebounding from an atrocious performance last week in Baltimore, where they were roughed up 38 6 by the Ravens. They looked mostly in apt in Stiff ass. He's Debu. Things went much smoother against the Bangles and number one overall pick Joe Burrow through two touchdown passes showed nice poisoned. Just his second game and Goran Dragic's scoring 25 Bam Amedeo leading a big third quarter rally, he finished with 21 in Miami Heat pulling off another comeback victory. Knocking off the Celtics Won 06101 they took a to nothing lead in the Eastern Conference finals. Duncan Robinson scoring 18 points, Jimmy Butler pouring in 14 Jae Crowder, 12 and Tyler hero finishing with 11 for Miami. The Heat We're down by 17 in the second quarter, they trailed by 13.5. Campbell Walker had 23 for Boston, which got 21, a piece from Jalen Brown and Jason Tatum. That scoring line folks is what you call efficient Duncan Robinson 18, Jimmy Butler, 14 Jae Crowder, 12 Tyler, Hero, 11 and, of course, Bam, Amedeo, adding 21 Goran Drag, It's 25..
"judge stanley" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW
"Troy, former aide to vice president. Pence is now with a group of Republicans supporting Joe Biden has put out an and when we were in a task force meeting president said, Maybe this cove it thing is a good thing. I don't like Aching hands of people. I don't have to shake hands with these disgusting people. I never met her to the best of my knowledge. Maybe she was in a road. I have no idea who she is. She doesn't know May Just another person that leaves the vice president put it succinctly. It reads to me like one more disgruntled employees. I left the White House. Joe Biden blasted the administration. During an appearance on CNN, Roosevelt said. Things get worse and worse before they get better and better, But you gotta level with the American people shoot from the shoulder. Has never been a time they've not been able to step up. This president should step down. Earlier in Pennsylvania, Biden called the president's downplaying of the pandemic. Criminal Richard Cancer ABC News while a US judge blocking changes to the U. S Postal Service that Really have slowed down male nationwide Judge Stanley Bastion in Yakima Washington, issuing a nationwide preliminary injunction against the postal services, so called leave behind policy, where trucks leave postal facilities on time, regardless of whether there is more male toe load. The judge sided with 14 states challenging the change, with Judge Bastian, noting President Trump's attacks on mail in voting, saying that the states have demonstrated that the changes are part of a quote, politically motivated attack on the efficiency of the Postal Service. Mark Hamill lard ABC News said. A Wall Street find out how stocks did yesterday. Big drops by Big Tak push Stocks Lower The Dow gave up 130 points the S and P 500 fell. 28 the NASDAQ closed down 140 corridor. Oil prices closed up 81 cents at $40.97 a barrel. Stocks continue to swirl after the Federal Reserve says it'll keep interest rates at nearly zero for years. To support an economy that's been battered by covert 19. The latest weekly jobless numbers didn't do much to help that the Labor Department says about 860,000 Americans filed for unemployment benefits, economists say that's a sign that well, someone players they're hiring most of cutting jobs, and that could be the case for a while. Housing construction fell more than 5%. In August. After three months of gains, his home builders mounted a rebound following the Pandemic and do shutdown in March and April. The Commerce Department says the August drop was bigger than expected, but it's still left construction at 51% more than the low hit in April. Area. Open your ABC News and I'm Robert Carpenter. You're next update at 3 30 Breaking news any time news radio 700 wlw. This isn't a grilled cheese I'm making. It's a melty masterpiece that deserves a kitchen worthy of greatness. Looks like my porches full of packages again. It also looks like my compulsive buying needs to change to compulsive saving, possessive here on this couch, I decided to make some changes. Starting with this couch. I'd love to be looking out my window at a.
"judge stanley" Discussed on The World and Everything In It
"Came as president trump renewed his attack on expanded mail in balloting. The biggest problem we have right now are the ballots millions of ballots going out. That's the biggest problem in some states, millions of ballots will go out to voters who did not request mail in ballots trump is predicted that will result in increased voter fraud. And his ruling Thursday District Court Judge Stanley Bastion, and Yakima Washington noted trump's attacks on expanded mail in balloting, and he called the changes at the post office. Quote a politically motivated attack on the efficiency of the postal service before the November election. Postmaster General Lewis did joy has strongly denied that accusation last month the announced that he was pausing many of the cost cutting changes until after the election and said, he would approve new measures to help ensure on time delivery of election male. But the fourteen states that filed suit said, some changes remained in place and asked the court to block them. The number of Americans applying for unemployment benefits dropped slightly last week. World's Kristen Flavin has more. The Labor Department reported Thursday that eight hundred sixty thousand Americans filed jobless claims last week that was a drop of thirty three thousand from the week before overall twelve point six million are collecting traditional unemployment benefits compared with just one point seven, million a year ago until the pandemic weekly US jobless aid applications had never exceeded seven hundred thousand that has now happened for twenty six consecutive weeks but the economy and job market have recovered somewhat from the initial shock employers added ten point six million jobs from May through August as roughly half of the jobs lost in March and April reporting for world I'm Kristen Flan. The trump administration is set to announce tomorrow that all UN sanctions on Iran eased under the two thousand fifteen nuclear deal are back in force secretary of State Mike. Pompeo explained that the nuclear agreement included a provision were under UN. Security Council resolution twenty.
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"Wins news time 11 50 for President Trump is hoping to pull off another win in Wisconsin state he narrowly won in 2016. He is focusing on rural parts of the state. Tonight, he held a rally in central Wisconsin. I was very happy in my other life. I was very happy, but I'm very happy in this life more happy because Nobody has produced in 3.5 years. The 1st 3.5 years Nobody has done what we have been able to do. This is his fifth visit to the battleground state this year. Child pornography charges have been filed against a star of the Netflix show Cheer, According to the criminal complaint filed in U. S District Court, 21 year old Cheer star Jeremiah Harris admitted to authorities he solicited and sent sexually explicit images to 10 to 15 underage Children. The complaint focusing on his interactions with twin boys, who were allegedly 13 when he initially made contact in 2018. Exchanging sexually explicit photos and videos via Snapchat through the summer of 2020 Harris allegedly telling authorities he also had a sexual encounter with a 15 year old at a cheer competition in 2019. Correspondent Ryan Burrow, The federal judge in Washington state, says the Postal Service cutbacks are politically motivated and has granted an injunction against the changes. 14 states sued the Trump Administration and the Postal Service and Judge Stanley Bastian agreed, calling the changes of politically motivated attack on the efficiency of the Postal Service. Before the November election. Judge Bastion issued a nationwide preliminary injunction and expressed concerns that changes create a substantial pasta. Bility voters will be disenfranchised. The judge said. President Trump had repeatedly attacked voting by mail by making unfounded claims about fraud. A government attorney vowed the Postal Service would handle election male promptly. Jackie Quinn, Washington wins news time 11 56 now Bloomberg MoneyWatch on 10 10 1 worries about the economic outlook continued to weigh on Wall Street. The market found some support just ahead of the clothes. The NASDAQ lead. The retreat held down by tech shares, including Apple, Facebook in Microsoft, Now Jones Industrial Average slumped 130, the S and P tumbled.
"judge stanley" Discussed on 600 WREC
"A sober driver or plan for a rideshare Be the Make a plan driver be the driver who saves lives. Go to zero deaths. MD dot gov. This message is brought to you by the Maryland Department of Transportation. I almost forgot one of my favorite things that Bob Barr has been in Fargo this week. Only favorite things that he did. Was mentioned that he thinks that they should consider the federal prosecutors should consider it is on the books. It is a law and it is good law. It is applicable still. Charging people who were plotting to destroy federal buildings with sedition. Ah, wait a second. Here's Ah, Democrat senator was of course, very upset about this. Merkley played I'm astounded. If people are engaged in property damage, and I condemn violence on all fronts. They should be charged with property damage. But what I read into a train general bars comments is he wants people who are protesting in opposition to the administration to be charged with sedition. I don't know that it's that that clearly laid out, but that was the impression I took from it. This is a part of imperial presidency and authoritarian approach where you undermine the legitimacy of the press. You absolutely make disagreeing with the administration, a crime charge them with sedition. It's I think the attorney General's or the various prosecutors who weighed in and share that news. They're professionals who were just astounded. That our top law enforcement person would would propose. Really, What is politicizing protest? It's not protest moron. We're talking about people who were destroying things that's not protest. Lighting buildings on fire, attacking police breaking glass windows that's not protest. That's rioting and if it's an organized riot activity And it goes after a federal building and his men to undermine the federal government. It would fall under statutes covering sedition, the attempt to overthrow in part or in whole, the federal government. Ah, sedition. The Democrats are guilty of sedition. That's riel. That's truth. Not all of them the ones who were doing this stuff, the ones who are engaged in this Attempt to burn down of the train to Bernau, the federal courthouse in Portland. And that was the night after night activity. And saying that they want to topple the state. I think that counts. I think that that raises to the level you know they're a couple of 100 people who are in federal custody right now and They're facing some really serious federal charges as they should. It's not all fun and games anymore. Is it lived writers? Not not all just one big Ha ha. Look at us. We're going to throw bags of urine at the police. Haha. Yeah, you might have spending 345 years in federal prison that they don't really Put a Ah Put a damper on your riot fun activities. But this this is this is great. I think that's fantastic. Oh, authoritarians regime, please. People are doing criminal acts very no one's no one's talking about legal protest. Here is a single protester who's been harassed in the least not breaking the law. And by federal prosecutors. They're not going after them. They're not making problems for them. No one cares Protest all day. So for right. This is about people who are engaged in criminal acts in violation of the law and holding them accountable, and that needs to happen and because it's going to, unfortunately for the lives Mean that some of their favorite little little paramilitary street soldier types are going to end up maybe spending a long time in a federal pen. Too bad lives. Hard radio's new true crime podcast paper Ghosts investigates a decades long search for four young girls who vanished from their neighboring New England hometowns. The face of the earth. If you tried to say anything to them about her recently uncovered, evidence could change everything immediately. Just sat on the floor like somebody just punched me in the guy. Listen and follow paper ghosts on the I heart radio app or wherever you listen to podcasts. News on Carmen Roberts, a federal judge Block's changes made in the Postal Service that would likely slow the delivery of ballots in the presidential election. A federal judge in Yakima Washington, his block changes blamed for slowing male nationwide. In his ruling, Judge Stanley.
"judge stanley" Discussed on Talk 1260 KTRC
"I've been made Airlines air pleading form or Corona virus aid as the first cares, Act packages set to run out Several companies CEOs met with White House officials today in hopes of avoiding massive job cuts. American Airlines CEO Doug Parker said. There's huge bipartisan support form or payroll help, but no vehicle to get it done. A former top aide to VP Mike Pence plans to vote for Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden. Tom Roberts has that story. Olivia Troy posted a video on You that President Trump has failed to protect the American people during the ongoing Corona virus pandemic, she said. Trump has up quote, flat out disregard for human life. Troy was a homeland security adviser depends, and his top staffer on the White House Corona virus task force, she said. Trump's primary goal is to get re elected. A federal judge is going to issue a nationwide injunction blocking operational changes by the U. S. Postal Service. Judge Stanley bashed in in Eastern Washington ruled the changes have made mail delivery slower and less official You're listening to the latest from NBC News radio. FBI director Christopher Ray says Russia is again working to disrupt the U. S. Presidential election. Terry more reports, Ray told a house hearing that Russia's aim is to both so divisiveness and discord and primarily to denigrate Vice President Biden. And what the Russians see is kind of an anti Russian establishment. Former VP Biden is the Democratic presidential nominee. The security of our elections is and will continue to be one of our highest priorities. We will not Tolerate foreign interference in our elections now, former special counsel Robert Mueller concluded that Russian efforts to influence the 2016 presidential election were extensive and pervasive. President Trump has long called it a massive hoax. Texas Governor Greg Abbott is expanding some business opening, citing lower cases of Corona virus, the governor announced today. The openings are on a hospital region by region basis, based on capacity office buildings, restaurants and retail outlets can open at seven. 5% capacity starting next week. If Corona virus hospitalizations are less than 15% pizza chain Papa John's is moving around 200 jobs to a new global headquarters in Atlanta. Sarah Bartlett has the details. CEO Rob Lynch says Atlanta has a bigger talent pool and a major airport, allowing executives to travel more easily. The new headquarters will manage menu changes, marketing and HR and is expected to open in mid 2021 employees in legal My chain operations will remain in Loye Ville Kentucky Taylor. Swift. Stocker is behind bars A federal judge sentenced Eric Swarbrick to 30 months in prison Wednesday after he pled guilty to stalking and sending threatening letters and e mails to swift former label big machine records. The label started receiving letters from Swarbrick back in January, 2018 asking CEO Scott Brush ETA to introduce him to the singer Bryan shook NBC News radio. According to Ancient Chinese Proverbs,.
"judge stanley" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio
"Minute by minute news, Radio 78 and 15.9 FM DuPage County Coroner says he suspects the shelter in place order during the pandemic played a major role in what he calls an alarming rise in suicides and overdose deaths during the first half of this year. Dr Richard Jorgensen says the number of suicides in DuPage County was nearly 23%. IRA in the first six months of this year compared to the first half of last year, While the number of overdose deaths rose by about 52%, he says shelter in place orders kept many of those people from getting the emotional support they needed from friends or family, which intensified preexisting risk factors such as mental health issues, depression or loneliness. He also says mental health counselors in DuPage County have been swamped by people reaching out for help. And he says the same is true for substance abuse programs. They all said that their phones were blown up that they're packed to the gills with people that needed to get into rebuild. Occassion targets and says That's why it's vital that if you know someone who has a risk factors for suicide or overdose to reach out, give that person support and see if that person needs help. Jim got this news radio 105.9 FM attorney general bar coming under fire for some comment he made last night are compared locked down orders during the Corona virus pandemic to a dark time in US history, you know, other than slavery, which was a different kind of strength. This is the greatest intrusion on civil liberties in American history. He's drawing sharp criticism for that comment. One congressman said his remarks were tone death. Slavery was not about saving lives as the lockdowns were. McCormick CBS News A judge in Washington state, says the postal Service cutbacks so politically motivated. 14 states sued the Trump Administration and the Postal Service and Judge Stanley Bastian agreed, calling the changes of politically motivated attack on the efficiency of the Postal Service. Before the November election. Judge Bastion issued a nationwide preliminary injunction and expressed concerns that changes create a substantial possibility Voters will be disenfranchised. The judge said President Trump had repeatedly attacked a vote. By mail by making unfounded claims about fraud. A government attorney vowed the Postal Service would handle election male promptly..
"judge stanley" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK
"Change is blocked on Lisa Let Sarah Fox News. A federal judge, intervening to haul controversial alterations to the way mail is delivered that have slowed to live raise ruling, Judge Stanley Bastian called the changes of politically motivated attack on the efficiency of the Postal Service. 14 States are suing the Trump Administration and the Postal Service. Postmaster General Lewis to Joy suspended some changes including the removal of mailboxes in many cities after criticism, but other changes have remained. The joy has told Congress the Postal Service will be ableto handle election related male with the expected increase in absentee voting on Capitol Hill, Jared Howe for Fox News. He's not backing it. House Speaker Nancy Pelosi says she does not support a bipartisan Corona virus relief package. Saying Democrats have already compromised and she accused the administration of disregarding science and the songs are Think testing testing And yet the administration has failed to embrace that White House chief of staff Mark Meadows is optimistic. A deal will be read. I can see that there is actually AH group. They're not just the problem solvers group, although they've done some great work and putting out their proposal in the last 48 hours. But it's also Republican senators and House members. They're trying to come together. The bipartisan bill was about $1.5 Trillion or more than $3 trillion Bill was approved in the Democrat controlled House in May, but it never had a vote in the Senate. Federal prosecutors have filed additional charges against left Parness, a onetime associate of President Trump's personal lawyer, Rudy Giuliani. Partners, who was already facing campaign finance related charges, and an associate David Korea, is now charged with conspiring to defraud investors in an insurance company They operated America is listening to Fox News. Staying connected continues with 1061 FM Talk Governor Roy Cooper.
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"Try Zip recruiter for free. That's right free. Zip recruiter dot com slash today That zip recruiter dot com slash today from the chief in Luciana Love Firm studio Doing good by doing right. This is Katy K. Radio 69 degrees at Pittsburgh International at 5 30. I rose, Ryan Douglas. Allegheny County will open nine remote ballot sites over three weekends in October. The Board of Elections unanimously approved the sights today, but Republican Sam DeMarco had concerns were going to insure Is somebody that both won the satellite locations. Doesn't also show up to vote in person on Election Day. Elections manager David Voice has the statewide uniform. A registry of the electors is updated in realty time, Voters will be able to use drop off boxes instead of placing their ballots in the mail. They can also fill out a ballot at the sites if they are already registered US judges blocking controversial Postal service changes, calling them quote ahe, politically motivated attack on the efficiency of the postal Service, unquote. Before the November election. Judge Stanley Bastion in Washington state said he was issuing a nationwide preliminary injunction as sought by 14 states that sued the Trump administration and the U. S. Postal Service. The state's challenge the postal Services so called leave male behind policy by which trucks have been leaving postal facilities on time. Whether or not there's more mail to load They also sought to force the Postal Service to treat election male as first class mail Port Authority says it will increase service on some routes, cut it on others to serve the most customers. Here's Katie Katie radios Joe Giusti, 0 55 schedules are affected some permanently others temporarily because of covert 19. A statement from the authority says weekend service will be added to some roots. Among the permanent changes. The P 68 Braddock Hills Flyer will serve Forbes Hospital in Monroeville, the to Mont Royal, one Outserve North Hills Village, and every tree On the Red Line will service South Hills Village. Overall, ridership is still off 65 to 70%. The change is going to affect November 22nd Jody Studio. NewsRadio, 10 20, Katy K. Sally's leftover still causing Problems in the South East. Here. CBS's Jim Crow Sula. What was Hurricane Sally continues dumping heavy rain across the Southeast. Flood warnings and watches are posted across parts of Georgia, the Carolinas in Virginia..
US judge blocks Postal Service changes that slowed mail
"A federal judge in Washington state says the postal service cutbacks are politically motivated and has granted an injunction against the changes fourteen states sued the trump administration and the postal service and judge Stanley bastion agreed calling the changes politically motivated attack on the efficiency of the postal service before the November election judge bastion issued a nationwide preliminary injunction and expressed concerns that changes created substantial possibility voters will be disenfranchised the judge said president trump had repeatedly attacked voting by mail by making unfounded claims about fraud a government attorney involved the postal service would handle election mail promptly Jackie Quinn Washington
"judge stanley" Discussed on WRVA
"Allen. NewsRadio w R V a time 501 in Washington state has issued a nationwide preliminary injunction requested. By 14 States selling the Trump Administration in the U. S. Postal Service. The injunction blocks controversial postal service changes that have slowed male nationwide. Judge Stanley Bastian calls him a politically motivated attack on the efficiency of the Postal Service. The state's asked that the Postal Service be forced to treat election male is first class mail. And challenge the so called lead male behind policy by which trucks have been leaving postal facilities on time. Whether or not there's more mail the load in person. Absentee voting starts tomorrow in Virginia in person. Absentee voting is really now early voting in Virginia, seeing as you no longer need an excuse to vote before Election Day. Registrar's offices will be open weekdays and the two Saturdays prior to Election Day. Some localities might also have additional places open to vote as well. For example, in Chesterfield, you'll be able to vote at the public library starting in the middle of October. We also have the option of requesting a ballot through the mail. Those have to be requested by October. 23rd not DEM WINE News Radio W. R via the State Supreme Court this afternoon has turned down an appeal by rapper Kanye West to have his name added to the Virginia ballot. Richmond Circuit Judge ordered West name off the ballot earlier this month after two electors asked for an injunction saying they had been duped into signing oaths to vote for West President Trump's son is willing to speak to investigators probing his father's namesake company. But there's a catch, his attorney said. Eric Trump is willing to sit for a deposition with the New York attorney general's office, but only after the November election. In a new court filing, Eric Trump's attorney said they proposed four dates beginning shortly after the election because of Mr Trump's extreme travel schedule and to avoid the use of his deposition attendance for political purposes. Attorney General's office has said the election should have no bearing on the investigation into whether the Trump organization improperly valued certain properties to avoid real estate taxes. Aaron Carter Ski ABC NEWS New York Heavy rainfall from what's left of Sally starting to spread across the metro area with a flash flood watch in effect until midday. Tomorrow. The heaviest or the highest amount of.
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"Erzen says this allows them to strike agreements with individual drugmakers that set the state's costs, based on how well the drug works person doesn't go into hospital K one rate. And if they go into the hospital, we pay a lower rate, or if someone has a disease that they end up on a ventilator, gourmet and prevents tax. We pay differential fi the first of these deals with abbvie as part of the governor's. In order to a radical hepatitis C from our state with a spending cap set. And additional quantities of the drug at a very low cost doctors Erzen says it's too soon to say how much we'll save. But she says it will be substantial. Ryan Harris, KOMO news. Federal judge has rejected the Trump administration's challenge to a Washington state law that makes it easier for former workers at the Hanford nuclear reservation to win workers compensation benefits the legislature last year passed a law that says some cancers and other illnesses among the workers are soon to have been caused by chemical or radiological exposures at work before they had to demonstrate that their illness was caused by something else. The us government sued is saying the measure was over ridden by federal law, but District Judge Stanley bastion says congress had authorized some states to regulate workers compensation on federal land, transboundary mining US senators from four western states are raising the issue. Komo's Bill O'neil. Explain washington. Maria Cantwell, and Patty Murray, both signed onto a letter to the BBC premier calling for standards on oversight and accountability for projects on the Canadian side of the border. That letter was also signed by Senator from Alaska, Idaho and Montana. The senators say their goal is to protect the headwaters of waterways that are shared by the two countries. This push follows on the heels of another call for action from Washington. Lawmakers on a plan for a Canadian mind at the headwaters of the scheduled river below Neil, KOMO news, lady Washington returns to the fos- waterway seaport into coma, the tall ship dropped anchor. We'll stay in port through the twenty-third museum, visitors can get free dockside tours of the ship, and tickets have also gone on sale where you can take an evening sale on the ship. Komo news time is eleven forty from the Harley exterior sports desk. The Toronto Raptors are victorious. They beat the Golden State Warriors, one fourteen to one ten makes them the champs in the NBA finals. Komo's Bill Schwartz says the Seahawks wrapped up their mini camp with high marks for a new kicker. The blair. Walsh project was a failure sea. Bass, sometimes floundered after this week's mini camp. The Seattle Seahawks believe they've found a trustworthy place kicker capable of booting pressure-packed game winning field goals. Pete Carroll loved what he saw at the tail end of practice in Renton today, come down to the last play lasts less second kick. Highlighted the consistency. Jason. This off season. Coach Carroll says Seattle will not rush defensive end Ziggy Unsa as he recovers from shoulder surgery. But they fully expect him to be ready for training camp and the season opener. The Mariners are on the way to Oakland following this afternoon's ten to five loss in Minnesota X mariner Nelson Cruz socked a solo home run..
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"Korean leader, Kim Jong UN has wrapped up his first ever meeting with Russian President Vladimir Putin can criticize the United States for acting in bad faith during his recent nuclear summit with Trump and Warren, the situation on the Korean peninsula could return what he described as it's a ritual state on Thursday. Putin said the international community, not just the United States should be involved in Goshi -ation North Korea's nuclear program. French president Emmanuel Macron has vowed to cut taxes and increase pensions as part of a package of reforms aimed at quelling. The six month old yellow Vespa protests, crawl outlined his proposals and an over to our press conference in which he told French workers, they must work harder. More than forty thousand people have died in Venezuela. Since two thousand seventeen is a result of US sanctions. That's the conclusion of new report by the center for. Nommik and policy research and the economist Jeffrey Sachs the report examines how US sanctions have reduced. The availability of food and medicine in Venezuela and increase disease and mortality Jeffrey Sachs said quote American sanctions are deliberately aiming to wreck Venezuela's economy and thereby lead to regime change. It's a fruitless heartless illegal and failed policy causing grave harm to the Venezuelan people. He said in the second time this week. A federal judge has blocked new rule that would have stripped federal funding known as title ten for Planned Parenthood and other clinics that refer patients for abortions or even mentioned abortion as an option US district. Judge Stanley bastion of Washington state ruled against the changes Thursday saying they would require clinics quote to face Hobson's choice that harms patients as well. As the providers, the judge's ruling halts the so called. Gag rule which is announced by President Trump. And February and was scheduled to go into effect may third. This came two days after an Oregon judge issued a preliminary injunction to stop the gag rule from going into effect. We'll have more on this later in the program when we speak to the president of Planned Parenthood. Doctor Lena win a federal judge has temporarily blocked a Texas law that bans state contractors from boycotting Israel under the law. State. Contractors are required to sign a pledge vowing not to boycott, Israel and not to take any action that is intended to penalize inflict economic Carmen or limit commercial relations with Israel, unquote. The Bill was widely viewed as an attempt to criminalize support for the movement. That's the boycott divestment and sanctions movement on Thursday. Federal judge Robert Pittman issued an injunction saying quote the statute threatens to suppress. Unpopular ideas and manipulate the public debate through coercion rather than persuasion. This the first amendment does not allow he said part of the case stems from a lawsuit filed by the Bahia an hour and our Vic speaking child language specialist and the flu Ville independent school district in Texas. She lost her job of nine years for not signing the boycott pledge, but he alway- appeared on democracy now last year explaining why she couldn't sign the pledge to my speech coordinator, telling her listen, I cannot sign this as against my principles against my constitutional rights. And and it's also my moral and ethical values considering that I am a Palestinian American, and I have family actually live in occupational. Territories affect me personally as well. So it affects me in both ways as American citizen and as Palestinian American to the founder of Pink Floyd Roger waters is at the center of growing controversy. Over free speech on college campuses waters is scheduled to speak on a panel at the university of Massachusetts Amherst on may fourth about the backlash against pro Palestinian voices. Other speakers include Palestinian American activists, Linda are sore who's faced death threats for her outspokenness and temple university. Professor Marc Lamont hill who was recently fired from CNN for speaking up for Palestinian rights. The event sparked protests on campus of group of UMass students filed a lawsuit claiming they will quote suffer irreparable harm if the event takes place, the Massachusetts Republican party in the Massachusetts Jewish Republican committee. Have condemned the event claiming anti semitic? Another eighty groups have urged you mass to pull it support for the panel on Thursday, the university of Massachusetts announce the event will go ahead despite the protests saying it's committed to the principles of free speech and academic freedom. A Coast Guard Lieutenant acu-. Used of plotting to kill high profile liberal figures may soon be released from pretrial detention on Thursday. Federal judge Maryland said he did not find Christopher Hassans detention appropriate based on the charges against him. Well, prosecutors claim has an has plotting was plotting domestic terror attack. He's only been charged with gun and drug offenses, not terrorism or attempted murder. At the time of his arrest has an reportedly had a stockpile of fifteen guns and more than one thousand rounds of ammunition. Hitlist included house speaker Nancy Pelosi civil rights pioneer. Angela davis. Freshman congressman, Alexandra custody, Cortez and Lon Omar MSNBC host Chris Hayes and democratic presidential hopeful senators care Ston gillibrand, Elizabeth Warren, Cory Booker and Kamala Harris among others. The national security agency has quietly recommended that the Trump administration abandoned surveillance program collecting meta data on the phone calls and text messages of hundreds of millions of Americans the program which launch secretly under President George W Bush after nine eleven without the approval of federal courts the secret programs existence was revealed in twenty thirteen by NSA whistle blower, Edward Snowden for years. The NSA defended the surveillance as an essential tool to fight terrorism. But the NSA now says the surveillance program is no longer worth the effort needed to maintain Snowden responded on Twitter by saying, I they laugh at you. Then they fight you. Then they admit you right, all along, and maybe shouldn't have been violating everyone else's rights in the first place. A Pentagon ethics investigation has cleared. Acting Defense Secretary Patrick Shanahan following accusations. He unfairly favored the weapons contractor Boeing Shanahan spent over three decades as an executive at Boeing Coles or growing for the mayor of Baltimore Maryland. Catherine Pugh to resign after the FBI and IRS rated her two homes and her city whole office as part of a probe into her business. Dealings part of the probe may center on the mayor making more than seven hundred thousand dollars by selling large quantities of for self published. Children's books to businesses with government ties, including the university of Maryland medical system. Pugh has been on indefinite leave since April. First following the FBI raid, Marilyn's Republican governor Larry HOGAN called on her to resign. And in London climate activists who the group extinction rebellion concluded ten days of civil disobedience. Thursday by disrupting the center of London's financial district, some activists superglue themselves to the entrance to the British treasury others targeted Goldman Sachs, London stock exchange and the Bank of England over the past ten days. More than eleven hundred activists have been arrested as part of the extinction rebellion protests. Among those arrested Thursday was Phil Kingston who marked his eighty third birthday by climbing onto the roof of a train in Huby. It is great. Thing that we don't know MRs. Still accepting. Heck we. Doing terrible. No using one point seven news. We in the human condition being told that this way. It isn't this this because. This is Henry. Already. That's.
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"Investigation. Hey, people were hurt. The youngest nine year old boy who was treated for minor injuries. Four remain hospitalized and cluding thirteen year old girl in critical condition. A US judge in Washington state is blocked. New Trump administration rules that would provide additional hurdles for women seeking abortions including by banning taxpayer funded clinics for making abortion, referrals, judge Stanley, bashed in granted that preliminary injunction Thursday in cases, brought by the state and abortion rights groups, it came just days after a federal judge in Oregon hearing a separate challenge by twenty states that he intended to at least partially blocked the rules. A more information now on John singleton's medical condition. The man who earned an Oscar nomination for boys in the hood is in a coma at a Los Angeles hospital this after suffering a major stroke details about his health can be found in court papers in Los Angeles. And they've been filed by singleton's mother as she's asking to be his temporary conservator that would let her make the medical and financial decisions while he's unable to do. So singleton's family announced recently suffered a massive. Stroke and was in intensive care. The filing though contains conditions about how dire his condition actually is. It contains details about how dire condition is. On a lighter note this morning. I Colorado city has settled a lawsuit with a man who criticised gubernatorial candidate using a sign featuring mannequin buttocks clothed. In lingerie the reporter herald says insurers for Loveland have settled the first amendment lawsuit filed by Bob cluster for seventy thousand bucks the city north of Denver admits no wrongdoing in the April fifteenth settlement say no police policy. Changes are training are required. Love when police detain the eighty year old resident in June for holding a sign that cluster said was intended to satirize the political motives of candidate. Jared police one side of cluster sign said police, quote will be breaking old taboos and barriers while the other side displayed the mannequin body part and pull a slogan regarding bold.