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"kansas supreme court" Discussed on KTOK

KTOK

01:48 min | 5 months ago

"kansas supreme court" Discussed on KTOK

"When he issued executive actions and orders was addressing climate change, and he said it will be central to U. S foreign policy and security securing America. I'm an envoy, John Kerry says the nation 17 intelligence agencies were going to come together to assess danger, damage and risk to give all of us and even deeper understanding of the challenges that first time a president has ever done that the Pentagon will start incorporating climate change into its new national defense strategy. In a statement, Defense Secretary Lloyd Austin said. As directed by the president. We won't clued the security implications of climate change and our risk analyses strategy development in planning guidance. Rachel Sutherland Fox is one thing included in President Biden's executive actions yesterday will reverse the Trump era policy that restricted federal funding to international organizations that provide abortions or abortion counseling. In Kansas lawmakers are asking citizens to consider the abortion issue, voters will get their chance to decide the fate of a proposed pro life of men. Admitted to the Kansas Constitution during the primary election in 2022 States Senate approved the anti abortion measure on a 28 11 votes. State House previously backed it last week. The measure would overturn a 2019 Kansas Supreme Court decision that found that access to abortion is a fundamental right. If approved, the amendment wouldn't be an all out ban on the procedure. Could ultimately paved the way for outlawing the practice in Kansas. Tom Graham Fox News, an incident and Fort Bliss in Texas. During training in the field. U. S soldiers, two of them in critical condition after ingesting an unknown substance. Nine others were also injured. Now back to Wall Street. We mentioned games stop well in general stocks could go back down down features. Falling.

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"kansas supreme court" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

News Radio 920 AM

01:50 min | 5 months ago

"kansas supreme court" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

"Lead the civil rights division at the Justice Department's proving to be a controversial one. Kristen Clarke was president of the Black Students Association at Harvard in the 19 nineties, Clarke wrote in the Harvard Student newspaper. Skin Color, quote, endows blacks with greater mental, physical and spiritual abilities. Something which cannot be measured based on Eurocentric standards. Clark is also being asked about hosting Professor Tony Martin, who spoke to the Harvard Black Students Group about racism and blamed Jews for persecuting blacks. Clark told a Jewish publication forward. She unequivocally denounce his anti Semitism in a 50 50 divided Senate. Clark needs all the support she can get to receive Senate confirmation. If I'm fortunate enough to be confirmed, we will turn the page on hate and closed the door on discrimination on Capitol Hill, Mike Emanuel But West Virginia man who expressed concern about the outcome of the presidential election, has been arrested, walking near the U. S Capitol this week after police found a pistol and ammunition in his car. According to a police report. Dennis Westover was animated and shouting, and National Guard members inside the Capitol fence line perimeter. He faces weapons charges. Lawmakers in Kansas will put a bill limiting abortion on the ballot, voters will get their chance to decide the fate of a proposed pro Life amendment to the Kansas Constitution during the primary election in 2022. State Senate approved the anti abortion measure on a 28 11 vote. State House previously backed it last week. The measure would overturn a 2019 Kansas Supreme Court decision that found that access to abortion is a fundamental right. If approved, the amendment wouldn't be an all out ban on the procedure that could ultimately paved the way for outlawing.

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Federal judge blocks Kansas limits on religious gatherings

America's Truckin' Network

00:41 sec | 1 year ago

Federal judge blocks Kansas limits on religious gatherings

"There's been much debate on how houses of worship should conduct business during the pandemic a court ruling on Saturday struck down the Kansas governor's order on religious gathering a federal judge in Wichita is blocking governor Laura Kelly's order that limits attendance in person religious worship services to ten people or fewer to check the spread of the corona virus but the judge also ruled that those assembling must comply with social distancing and other public health protocols which the plaintiffs says the judge indicated they are prepared to do ABC's chucks Iverson just this past Saturday the Kansas Supreme Court ruled in favor of the governor keeping her order in place for Easter

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"kansas supreme court" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:54 min | 1 year ago

"kansas supreme court" Discussed on KQED Radio

"North Carolina the Kansas Supreme Court is upholding democratic governor Laura Kelly's executive order banning large crowds at church services to slow the spread of the coronavirus Jim McLean with the Kansas news service reports Kelly's aggressive response to the coronavirus has been seen as an over reaction by some leaders in the Republican controlled legislature the church order and her closure of Kansas schools in particular this weekend's court decision give Kelly a victory in that power struggle but likely only a temporary one the court said the GOP led committees that attempted to revoke Kelly's church order didn't have the authority to do so but only because it acted prematurely under the rules of lawmakers check before leaving the shelter in their home districts extending the current state of emergency past may first would give that leadership committee that power for NPR news I'm Jim McLean in Topeka this is NPR news from Washington live from KQED news I'm Devin Katayama the corona virus crisis has prompted all of California's refineries to pull back on processing crude oil KQED's Ted Goldberg reports the shelter at home orders have millions of Californians not driving and not flying the state energy commission says all that not traveling is leading to dramatic drops in oil production its most recent snapshot shows demand for gasoline in California in the first week of April down forty two percent compared to mid March demand for jet fuel was down seventy four percent the energy commission says some of the state's refineries are operating at minimum levels the most extreme example so far of a local refinery responding to these changes PBF energy which recently bought the shell refinery in Martinez plans to sell two hydrogen plants the facility for hundreds of millions of dollars to cut costs and raise revenue I'm Ted Goldberg KQED news the strains caused by the coronavirus have led to non profits to try something new in Daly city the drive thru food bank second harvest of Silicon Valley and the mid peninsula boys and girls club have been sponsoring food banks in San Mateo county for the last ten years on Friday in Daly city they provided three hundred and fifty five boxes of food to those in need while also practicing social distancing San Matteo county supervisor David Canepa says the food drive brought the community together and a particularly difficult time we saw a lot of our young people they were the ones who put the boxes together they're the ones who directed the traffic and really sort of more bold in making sure that people have food the group's plant food drives every Friday I'm Devin Katayama KQED news donating that car you don't need to KQ weedy is an easy way to help bring use in times like these will arrange to have it picked up for you running or not you can get top dollar for it and invest the funds back into news coverage if you'd like to learn more go to KQ weedy dot org slash cars.

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"kansas supreme court" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

01:46 min | 1 year ago

"kansas supreme court" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"Glendale Phoenix KTAR news on ninety two three FM workers including seven hundred eighty three more deaths in the past twenty four hours but there are signs the state may have reached its apex A. B. C.'s Trevor all the Easter Sunday and the Kansas Supreme Court says governor Laura Kelly's executive order banning religious services of more than ten people during the corona virus pandemic will remain in effect in Kansas the Supreme Court holding oral arguments Saturday morning in a legal showdown between democratic governor Laura Kelly and Republican legislative leaders over whether she can limit church gatherings on Easter Sunday church gatherings in Kansas have produced at least three case clusters across the state and health officials fear Easter services could further spread the corona virus CBC Stephanie Rommel's millions of Americans are preparing for Easter Sunday celebrations virtually wall isolated at home due to the coronavirus restrictions and some are getting creative one preacher printed out photos of all his parishioners to keep him company in the church I spent one night in in the chapel basically of masking tape and attorney photos putting all of the pews and it was for me actually it was an amazingly prayerful mon to be in a chapel kind of in the dark and every time I put a picture up I could you know remember the people who I was praying for and think about that David Wright ABC news New York Kentucky's governor Andy Beshear warning large gatherings are violation of coronavirus quarantine rules he says state police will be recording license plate numbers of any vehicle seen congregating in the owner of the car will be notified by local health officials they were in violation of emergency orders you're listening to ABC let's say you just bought a house bad.

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"kansas supreme court" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

08:14 min | 1 year ago

"kansas supreme court" Discussed on KGO 810

"John tried we remember him worse the past with doing one five eight zero eight zero eight ten we take this to the bottom of the hour and then your favorite movies for this season pass arranger and general will join me at seven thirty L. and and I've got to tell you that Josh's put together all the sound so when when Jan mentions a movie you'll hear the sound let's go to your calls now Gregory from San Ramon you waited a long time Gregory thank you for your patience thank you John Hey the lady was right you are a breath of fresh air and we all love listening to you thank you Sir alrighty you welcome I'm originally from Kansas but I heard the culling go west young man go west I think I think you can't get out of Dodge I had to know Republicans are you are you trying to destroy the state what is happened in Kansas today is a Republican Democrat saying we finally finally have a democratic governor once again and those Republicans or is it just a big whole blue to hate to say we have control and then the other thing is we have a Senate races that they want to put another Republican in place so this like let's do all of this so we can keep the state Republican then don't have a democratic senator we have been given credit governor if that's what it's all of you know it's it's a far cry when Kansas had a governor like alf Landon or a governor like Fred a hole or a senator like Bob Dole or Nancy Kassebaum Landon a Kansas Republicans were moderate in their approach and something has gone seriously wrong in the Republican Party I do not believe in until late this is Democrats can get more gain more control the Kansas Kansas will see the light once again these people are doing the right thing the Republicans are only doing it just to destroy the Democrats and that's what people have to realize is that the church thing it's really not because the Catholic church's uses dogs to temples the the the evangelicals are trying to run over run all of the religious orders there excuse me for interrupting excuse me for a thing I've been looking for this the stay with me this just came across the wires two minutes ago okay great Kansas alone a virus update the Supreme Court sided with governor Laura Kelly in the fight over church crowds just broke I heard it here first on the John Rothman program on KGO and I know I know one of the justices on the Supreme Court to won't say which one wonderful you know this is just going to put fire under the Republicans to go harder harder now anything that she does then carefully to do this what sort of what the governor there one time too and she's a great supporter of any democratic and moderate Republican there then and can't and will come out of this ahead in the long run John thank you so much for your time and I sure appreciate it thank you thank you so much I appreciate that okay let me just tell you the Kansas coronavirus update the Supreme Court ruling four minutes ago four minutes ago you can't say we're not on top of everything here KGO they ruled the governor Kelly is right on this thing dealing with churches it's a tremendous blow to the Republican Party no question about it and and you know what they deserve this review they deserve the rebuke thank god the Kansas Supreme Court for the first time standing up on this overruling the Legislative Council and siding with the governor of the state or Kelly it's it's fascinating the Kansas Supreme Court reinstated governor Laura Kelly's ban on large church crowds by determining that a Republican led panel does not have the power to overrule an executive order Kelly's order limiting religious gatherings to no more than ten individuals is now in effect for Easter Sunday morning services and by the way the court did not consider whether governor Kelly's order infringes on religious freedom instead this is what's amazing thank god for secular democracy instead justice is focused on the language of a hastily drafted resolution passed by the legislature shortly before adjourning in March the resolution granted the governor emergency powers for responding to cold at nineteen and attempting attempted to give the legislative coordinating council the authority to reverse any executive order issued by the governor this decision follow historic arguments held entirely by video conference because of the virus for the first time in the court's history in caps for days of high stakes political posturing I want you to understand the governor move to limit church crowds in response to the outbreak of this virus connected the church events in Kansas a panel of five Republicans and two Democrats overturned the governor's order Republicans objected to the possibility that someone well could be arrested or fined for going to church I just want you to understand the Attorney General who is a Republican Eric Schmidt distributed a memo telling law enforcement to ignore the governor's directives and now you have the decision by the Supreme Court of Kansas what a marvelous tribute to American democracy and I'm so glad it happened on my watch here on KGO let's go to Fred Fred calling from San Jose friend welcome to KGO hi John hi Fred I'm so glad that the vast majority of places of worship have the good sense to remain closed during the span technique but for those of want to open I'd like to remember the story of lord Jesus was tempted by the devil for himself down from the top of the temple and the double sure that the angels with stay home for many harm and Jesus said you shall not pollute more diet guards to this test by the way I also support a woman's right to choose that's all I have to say John up the good work we'll do our best we'll do our best thank you and have a happy holiday up four one five eight zero eight zero eight ten leave you understand tonight was a marvelous night what made it so marvelous because before we go to channel all of the fun of movies and religion we can celebrate the fact that reason veiled over a logical passion eight I hope the people of Kansas I understand but the Republican Party was prepared to put Kansas is in danger.

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Kansas coronavirus update: High court to settle dispute between governor, Republicans

All Things Considered

01:53 min | 1 year ago

Kansas coronavirus update: High court to settle dispute between governor, Republicans

"The Kansas Supreme Court convened an emergency session today the goal to resolve a dispute between democratic governor Laura Kelly and Republican legislative leaders who opposed her attempt to stop churches from holding Easter services amid the corona virus outbreak more from Jim McLean of the Kansas news service there was nothing typical about today's hearing because of the coronavirus the court like everything else is operating differently today is a historic day as we hear arguments for the first time by video conferencing the justices led by Chief Justice more lucrative gathered virtually from their home to hear the case filed just three days ago by governor Kelly the dispute centers on Kelly's use of sweeping orders to slow the spread of the virus and efforts by Republican lawmakers to rein her in Kelly was the first governor closed schools for the rest of the academic year and among the first in the region to impose a state wide a stay at home policy three weeks ago I left these decisions to local health departments for as long as possible members of the Republican controlled legislature were quick to accuse her of over reacting here's senator rob Wilson I don't want anybody to die I don't want anybody to get this virus but we can't because this country do everybody can stay home just before the social distancing rules sent them home for the month of April Republican lawmakers agreed to extend the emergency declaration but only if Kelly agreed to allow a panel of legislative leaders to review and possibly reject her subsequent orders that agreement held until recently when lawmakers blocked Kelly's move to add church services and funerals the places were no more than ten people could gather Republican Senate president Susan Wagle led the opposition were restricting individual rights to practice religious liberties so I can't approve this the very next day and angry Kelly took the lawmakers to

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Kansas Supreme Court rules in favor of right to abortion

All Things Considered

00:47 sec | 2 years ago

Kansas Supreme Court rules in favor of right to abortion

"Brown. The Kansas supreme court ruled today women in the state of a constitutional right to terminate a pregnancy. Even if Roe versus Wade were overturned from member station. Casey. You are Cecilia yo peace Jepson reports. The Kansas supreme court says the state constitution gives everyone the right to life liberty and the pursuit of happiness. And that includes the right for women to make decisions about her own body, such as whether to have an abortion, only, one of the seven justices dissented the decision means that even if Roe v. Wade were overturned abortion would remain legal in Kansas. Antiabortion Republicans may next mount a campaign to change the Kansas constitution to do that. They need two thirds majorities in the house and Senate before put in the question to a

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"kansas supreme court" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

77WABC Radio

02:19 min | 2 years ago

"kansas supreme court" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

"Red conservative hell Republican and giving the same message and those decisions about her own buddy. But not just to the nineteen seventy three supreme court decision. Rovers? Wait. I I like how he resets what Roe v. Wade is in the Dayton everything. Almost like he's talking to a whole bunch of idiots, but the lives of your losing day in this shutdown those family, planning in my state, Texas, you made it so hard for women any kind of health care L. So that's not true. I mean, that's just not true. Let's be very clear this week very clear about this. If there's ever any instance of a clinic that is closing down over any sort of law or any lack of funding as it relates to abortion services. Then they're choosing to do that unless we're talking about a provider that only only handles abortion because you very clearly can say, okay, you know, what for the sake of the female patients in our community while we don't want to stop providing services having to do with abortion. We will stop it here. So that we can at least remain open. As the state legislature figures this out as the lawyers and the pro-abortion groups figure this out in a legal sense trying to go after the Trump administration. They had a big win in the city of Yakima with a federal judge today or yesterday afternoon. Okay. So it's not like there's no option. So let's be clear when he's talking about it in this way. He's giving a different a different reality. Because the reality is you can choose to operate without having any services related to abortion. If they choose not to do that, they're taking a political stand. Right. It's a political stand. I understand because they do not believe that it should be so difficult to get an abortion. Okay. But let's be clear they can simply stop providing those services while staying while staying open so that people can come and visit them. Illegal safe, you have access. Let's again, not complete access to abortion with subsidized abortion, which is a conflict. That happens a lot. You have a right in this country to get an abortion you do. You do not have a right for taxpayers to fund you do not or.

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"kansas supreme court" Discussed on KNST AM 790

KNST AM 790

01:50 min | 2 years ago

"kansas supreme court" Discussed on KNST AM 790

"On notice and Lisa Brady, Fox News. Warning that twenty twenty isn't as far away as it might seem as you spoke to gun rights advocates in Indianapolis. Fox's John decker is live at the White House speaking at the NRA's annual convention, the president announced that the administration will not ratify the UN arms trade treaty aimed at regulating, the international arms industry promised to defend the second amendment rights. Of every American, and I always will never let you down treaty was not supported by the NRA, which spent more than thirty million dollars to support. President Trump's campaign in two thousand sixteen gun. Control advocates are criticizing the president's decision to back away from the treaty which seeks to make it more difficult to sell weapons to countries that are under arms embargoes, Lisa. Thanks, john. A fast start to fundraising for former vice president Joe Biden six point three million dollars in the first twenty four hours topping the first day totals for the rest of the democratic field. And Biden's campaign says ninety seven percent of those online donations were under two hundred dollars. But he's still getting questions about recent allegations of inappropriate touching have to be more more aware, and it's totally legitimate for someone not to have to say, no don't get in my private space is my job. It's my job to read. There's no, no. This is space that though it was be vain. His first interview on ABC's the view ahead of the campaign kickoff event Monday in Pittsburgh. A first in the nation abortion ban is blocked by the Kansas supreme court in a ruling that says a second trimester procedure. What opponents call dismemberment abortion is protected under the state constitution. And that those abortion rights protections are stronger than what's offered by the US constitution, some abortion opponents now want to amend the Kansas.

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Kansas And US discussed on Bloomberg Markets

Bloomberg Markets

00:27 sec | 2 years ago

Kansas And US discussed on Bloomberg Markets

"Served. The Kansas supreme court has ruled for the first time that the state constitution protects abortion rights. The high court in Kansas has blocked a first in the nation ban on a common second trimester. Procedure the court's ruling says language about individual rights in the Kansas constitution. Protect woman's right to have an abortion, regardless of the US constitution says a major victory for abortion rights supporters in a state with an antiabortion

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"kansas supreme court" Discussed on The Fifth Column

The Fifth Column

04:48 min | 3 years ago

"kansas supreme court" Discussed on The Fifth Column

"Not agree in do not think we deserve this come by silver lining, my silver lining, a suggestion I didn't. I don't know that it was going to happen. I at this point, don't believe that it will happen, but I suggested that it might be election that it was. He feels as though there was so much hate that was unspoken during the Obama years net. It was like brewing brewing in brewing in brewing, and it had to come out and this was the time in whole confidence issue. You know, things come together when Hillary ends up losing. And that this will just be four years and we can take a lot of lessons out of what happened here. But anyway, in terms of what Trump is, and we've been throwing around racist and he just calls him in other est-. He says, he just threw hates others and that can be women white women. It can be black people. It certainly Mexicans, it certainly Muslims. He just is fundamentally uncomfortable with others and a lot of them. So he can have Ben Carson in his cabinet men. He can have, you know, heads of Latino, what if he has a Latino council or whatever it is, but it has to be small doses and not a challenge to his power, and that's his guiding principle. So he's like, I don't even wanna waste my time, calling him racist because he's just like your classic Zena. Phob in every way would modify that to say to to sort of preach reluctance to. Of of of diagnosing what lies in the human heart who knows what lies in in if he has a heart or if he's. We do know what he consciously chose to run his politics on. I'll I'm waiting ill. So I think I think that is the is the cynical play. It's entirely possible. And I think even probable that he doesn't have any sense of discomfort hanging around black people know miss hanging around with Al Sharpton and stuff. Even I have with a celebrity, you know, when they show you pictures of him with Muhammad Ali or whatever. Yeah, it's all well and good to be in rarified Univer even any. But let's more importantly, I don't know agnostic, but any of it ju I think, no, that he saw this saw elements of this is a big word here, but he saw elements of other ring in his political project, and that is what I can't forgive him for ever just can't totally agree like you can't to to see this to to call mitt Romney's policy, Chris Quebec's policy. That Mitt Romney had adopted of self deportation in two thousand twelve Chris back who's who's competitive for the gubernatorial race in Kansas. As we speak right now, this one hundred nine hundred ninety. One votes separating him and the incumbent governor there Trump endorsed him right before the election voter fraud. Yeah, he was. He was basically the head of the presidential voter, fraud commission, which is totally bullshit was designed to say it which was the best part to come out and say that they didn't find anything in there was no widespread voter fraud. Yeah. And then also he lost co back lost a and was resoundingly handed his own head by the Kansas supreme court. In a case about his own voter law which required you show proof of citizenship in order to get voter-registration that was found to be in violation of the equal protection clause of the fourteenth amendment among other things and in in. Part of that process, they said, can you show us actual evidence of non-citizens registering to vote? And he came up with like thirty seven instances in twenty years. That's the widespread thing that we're going and and even the judge there said, and a lot of them are due to state employees doing it wrong and unintentionally. So anyways, co back is is part of this and he predates Trump he. He was mitt Romney's right hand, man. There's been the growing thing in the Republican party for a really long time, ten years, very specifically. I think here and it is essentially other us. It's imagining that there is a horde somewhere that's out there and they're destroying our elections. They're shooting Kate whoever. And also just said that because I don't remember last night styling, thank you, but like you also don't think our life matters. No life matters is totally. And actually are important individual anecdotes of 'nother inherently or full..

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"kansas supreme court" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

04:34 min | 3 years ago

"kansas supreme court" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Nice to. Meet you Jack Ferguson candidate for governor. Is gonna be Taina Ruzic might never got. Involved in the race had it not been for another Kansas teenager from another party. Also running for governor I'm Jack Ferguson and, I'm a democratic candidate for governor Kansas and you're how old Jack, I'm seventeen I've, caught up with jacket a parade in the small town of, council grove it's well trendy hot but he's just. Walked the entire. Parade route in shirt and jacket pressing the flesh like the most experienced. Of, politicians for well over an hour breaking away from the crowds lining the road side for a moment he tells me how he triggered a rush of unlikely teenage election, candidates actually it was a Sunday. Afternoon and I was on, the Kapiti I, managed to find an, article that talked about the intersections for holding, office and. All the fifty states and I wonder what Kansas is so I spilled onto Kansas and it says. Eighteen for state legislature but nothing for any of. The executive offices including governor I found that, I, could use this loophole run for office and make. A difference for my state Kansas was unusual. In having no lower age limit once Jack spotted the gap in the law seven Other teenagers decided, to have a go-to, Sam of students dropped out they haven't registered, for the. Primary elections where the parties will choose their candidates for governor next month but Jack is officially running. For the democratic nomination and surprisingly it was his. Idea that Tyler should stand for the Republicans, to He lives in Kansas and made. My mind at that point drafting and I was able to do so I wanted to make this. A bipartisan agreement to get young people on both. Sides of, the aisle I'm very glad that he's running and making it public The role the, novelty and youth in some respects these teenagers really represent a politics of the past it may be seen as deep red Republican. Now but Kansas actually. Has a history of political moderation and compromise this was after all once the western frontier of the United States the settlers trekked along this very same root of today's parade and what people face the kind. Of hardship that those sexless did they tend to cooperate You. Know here in Kansas we've had a long history of bipartisanship than people working together I've, always sort of attributed. That to people that settled here Sarala friends is president of the Kansas organization of state employees. I met, her at her home. In the capital, tippy tipico they were pioneers they came from all. Different backgrounds all different countries all different walks of, life and Kansas is very extreme in terms of weather and. The elements and so, if you didn't know your neighbors and if, you didn't have a community there you were in trouble you'll see people even with very different political views that are good friends. And do things together For years, that spirit of cooperation was, reflected in state politics run for the most part by moderate Republicans. And Democrats together but as in much of the US the party's here have become more, polarized it reached a. Peak in two thousand and ten when a highly controversial conservative was elected to the governor's office His. Name was Sam Brownback and he wanted to cut all these taxes and then so people had more money to spend they would be spending more, and putting it back into the economy they sold this tax plan is it's a jobs plan it's. A shot of adrenaline to the economy and that's not what happened. What happened was that, stream, of revenue that the tax rate will. Bring in, was cut off almost completely? Kansas tax experiment, as, it was known became infamous in the US as the state's budget deficit ballooned and services were cut to the bone there's even a story that my older daughter who's ten years old, she said to me, mom we're out of, toilet paper at school I said so what are you doing and she said well we're just trying to be. Real real careful until the shipment came, in that the school had ordered like. They were just out it got so bad that. The Kansas supreme court ruled the underfunding of education unconstitutional voters Issued a verdict of their own rejecting supporters of governor Brown bags policies and electing instead representatives from the states more moderate tradition last..

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Gaza, West Bank and Supreme Court discussed on Bucket Strategy Investing

Bucket Strategy Investing

01:26 min | 3 years ago

Gaza, West Bank and Supreme Court discussed on Bucket Strategy Investing

"Olympian jamie dancer says her abuser was usa gymnastics physician larry nassar she doesn't think he's the only person guilty i believe that was allowed to happen because many anthology usa gymnastics and in various gyms throughout the country kept larry nassar secret now us olympic executives try to persuade congress they can do better the latest on the next morning edition i'm jackie lepe president trump is meeting with his south korean counterpart today in the build up to a meeting with north korea's leader next month the president and moon jae in our meeting at the white house today along with vice president mike pence the kansas supreme court is reviewing whether lawmakers have approved enough funding for the state schools lawmakers are increasing education funding by more than a half billion dollars over the next five years but critics say that doesn't go far enough in meeting the state's constitutional requirements that every kansas child get a proper education the palestinian foreign minister is calling for the international criminal court to review what he calls israeli crimes against the palestinian people riyad malki says he wants the court to review israeli policies in the west bank east jerusalem and the gaza strip israel calls that request cynical and absurd you're listening now.

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"kansas supreme court" Discussed on 1410 WDOV

1410 WDOV

03:28 min | 3 years ago

"kansas supreme court" Discussed on 1410 WDOV

"There are a couple rules that i wanna tell you about lawyers and that has to do with disciplinary hearings one of the things that particularly here in california but i think across the country that lawyers should be most concerned with is the concept of abandonment of client because what ends up happening is they have bought themselves a good healthy investigation which you know almost any complaint will buy an investigation now usually disputes as to money not so much but disputed as to violating the canons of ethics stealing money misrepresenting clients not showing up at hearings that sort of thing by the name of justin halston who was actually at a hearing a disciplinary hearing when you are in front of the board in front of the judicial board determining what kind of penalty you are looking at suspension a reprimand public reprimand private reprimand you have to be a little careful now usually if you have any brains you're gonna hire a lawyer to come in and represent you a lawyer who has experienced dealing with a bar a lawyer who has a lot of experience dealing with attorney disciplinary actions that's what you do matter of fact i've had a couple of complaints about giving bad legal advice on the air there have been a complete a couple of complaints to the state bar saying bill purports to give legal advice and it's horrible and always do twice is sent a copy of the show where i say this is marginal legal advice where i tell you have no case disclaimer i go beyond that you're crazy to listen to me you're out of your mind this is free advice and you're overpaying but there was they opened up a file they contacted me a letter went out so this lawyer justin all halston front of the kansas supreme court shows up at his hearing because you can appeal and go right up the supreme court and there is a hearing the problem was he showed up to the hearing falling down drunk you can't do that panel members became concerned that he might be under the influence of alcohol slurring his words not having much balance making no sense so they said you want to now we have to have a blood alcohol level i one was point one eight five twice the legal limit the next one was point two zero on his.

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"kansas supreme court" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

KTLK 1130 AM

03:02 min | 3 years ago

"kansas supreme court" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

"There are a couple of rules that i want to tell you about lawyers and that has to do with disciplinary hearings one of the things i tell you constantly on not happy with my lawyer my lawyer screwed me my lawyer hasn't called me in months one of the things that particularly here in california but i think across the country that lawyers should be most concerned with is the concept of abandonment of client because what ends up happening is they have bought themselves a good healthy investigation which you know almost any complaint will buy an investigation now usually disputes as to money not so much but disputes as to violating the canons of ethics stealing money misrepresenting clients not showing up at hearings that sort of thing by the name of justin halston who was actually at a hearing a disciplinary hearing when you are in front of the board in front of the judicial board terminating what kind of penalty you are looking at suspension a reprimand public reprimand private reprimand you have to be a little careful now usually if you have any brains you're gonna hire a lawyer to come in to represent you a lawyer who has experienced dealing with a bar a lawyer who has a lot of experience dealing with attorney disciplinary actions that's what you do matter of fact i've had a couple of complaints about giving bad legal advice on the air there have been a complete a couple of complaints to the state bar saying bill purports to give legal advice and it's horrible and all we do twice is sent a copy of the show where i say this is marginal legal advice where i tell you have no case disclaimer i go beyond that you crazy to listen to me you're out of your mind this is free advice and you're overpaying but there was they opened up a file they contacted me a letter went out so this lawyer justin all halston front of the kansas supreme court shows up at his hearing because you can appeal and right up the supreme court and there is a hearing the problem was he showed up to the hearing falling down drunk.

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"kansas supreme court" Discussed on KARN 102.9

KARN 102.9

03:04 min | 3 years ago

"kansas supreme court" Discussed on KARN 102.9

"There are a couple of rules that i want to tell you about lawyers and that has to do with disciplinary hearings one of the things i tell you constantly on not happy with my lawyer my lawyer screwed me my lawyer hasn't called me in months one of the things that particularly here in california but i think across the country that lawyer should be most concerned with is the concept of abandonment of client because what ends up happening is they have bought themselves a good healthy investigation which you know almost any complaint will buy an investigation now usually disputes as to money not so much but disputes as to violating the canons of ethics stealing money misrepresenting clients not showing up at hearings that sort of thing by the name of justin stan who was actually at a hearing a disciplinary hearing when you are in front of the board in front of the judicial board determining what kind of penalty you are looking at suspension a reprimand public reprimand private reprimand you have to be a little careful now usually if you have any brains you're gonna hire a lawyer to come in and represent you a lawyer who has experience dealing with a bar a lawyer who has a lot of experience dealing with any disciplinary actions that's what you do matter of fact i've had a couple of complaints about giving bad legal advice on the air there have been a complete a couple of complaints to the state bar saying bill purports to give legal advice and it's horrible and all we do twice is sent a copy of the show where i say this is marginal legal advice where i tell you have no case disclaimer i go beyond that you're crazy to listen to me you're out of your mind this is free advice and you're overpaying but there was they opened up a file they contacted me a letter went out so this lawyer justin hall halston in front of the kansas supreme court shows up at his hearing because you can appeal and go right up the supreme court and there is a hearing the problem was he showed up to the hearing falling down drunk you can't do.

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"kansas supreme court" Discussed on KBOI 670AM

KBOI 670AM

03:28 min | 3 years ago

"kansas supreme court" Discussed on KBOI 670AM

"A couple rules that i want to tell you about lawyers and that has to do with disciplinary hearings one of the things i tell you constantly on not happy with my lawyer my lawyer screwed me my lawyer hasn't called me in months one of the things that particularly here in california but i think across the country that lawyer should be most concerned with is the concept of abandonment of client because what ends up happening is they have bought themselves a good healthy investigation which you know almost any complaint will buy an investigation now usually disputes as to money not so much but disputes as to violating the canons of ethics stealing money misrepresenting clients not showing up at hearings that sort of thing by the name of justin halston who was actually at a hearing a disciplinary hearing when you are in front of the board in front of the judicial board determining what kind of penalty you are looking at suspension a reprimand public reprimand private reprimand you have to be a little careful now usually if you have any brains you're gonna hire a lawyer to come in to represent you a lawyer who has experienced dealing with a bar a lawyer who has a lot of experience dealing with attorney disciplinary actions that's what you do matter of fact i've had a couple of complaints about giving bad legal advice on the air there have been a complete a couple of complaints to the state bar saying bill purports to give legal advice and it's horrible and all we do twice is sent a copy of the show where i say this is marginal legal advice where i tell you have no case disclaimer i go beyond that you're crazy to listen to me you're out of your mind this is free advice and you're overpaying but there was they opened up a file they contacted me a letter went out so this lawyer justin hall halston front of the kansas supreme court shows up at his hearing because you can appeal and go right up the supreme court and there is a hearing the problem was he showed up to the hearing falling down drunk you can't do that panel members became concerned that he might be under the influence of alcohol slurring his words not having much balance making no sense so they said you want now we have to have a blood alcohol level i one was point one eight five twice the legal limit the next one was point two zero on his.

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"kansas supreme court" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

01:57 min | 3 years ago

"kansas supreme court" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"You have to be a little careful now usually if you have any brains you're gonna hire a lawyer to come in represent you a lawyer who has experienced dealing with a bar a lawyer who has a lot of experience dealing with attorney disciplinary actions that's what you do matter of fact i've had a couple of complaints about giving bad legal advice on the air there have been a complete a couple of complaints to the state bar saying bill purports to give legal advice and it's horrible and all we do twice is sent a copy of the show where i say this is marginal legal advice where i tell you have no case disclaimer i go beyond that you're crazy to listen to me you're out of your mind this is free advice and you're overpaying but there was they opened up a file they contacted me a letter went out so this lawyer justin hall halston in front of the kansas supreme court shows up at his hearing because you can appeal and go right up the supreme court and there is a hearing the problem was he showed up to the hearing falling down drunk you can't do that panel members became concerned that he might be under the influence of alcohol slurring his words not having much balance making no sense so they said you want to know we have to have a blood alcohol level i one was point one eight five twice the legal limit the next one was point two zero on.

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"kansas supreme court" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:25 min | 3 years ago

"kansas supreme court" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"You know just a few weeks ago for example the pennsylvania supreme court struck down a gerrymandered um congressional districts under the state constitution we've also had the kansas supreme court find that the state was an adequately funding um education in the state you know these courts are issuing rulings that have a you know can make a very big difference in in people's lives and you know exactly for that reason because of their power steve increasingly become political target and you know i think to stomach fence you know perhaps emboldened by what we've been seeing on the federal side the rhetoric around um the rhetoric around the courts from the president and others on the other hand i think they may also be canaries in the coal mine i think well mostly on the federal side we've just seen rhetoric around the court on the state side we've seen laws in we've seen bills introducin laws passed that are diminishing the power and independence of state court some of those details on on the subject of what comes the state court i gather at least three of president trump's key executive orders have shown up in state court and been blocked or diminished in some way right can you wanna just tick through those quickly on you i'm not sure which specific ones your your your thinking of i mean i know that deep sea courts have heard um you know the ten year challenges to to federal action as well as as well as state action and so sometimes people will bring challenges too you know they can certainly bring challenges executive orders into into state court you the case for instance that's the immigration that the the travel ban debates or the the executive order on new regulations that the president signed it though show up in state courts are with us federal cases i'm sorry i just lock you for a second on on i'm thinking about the the the debate over the travel ban executive order and thinking about the debate over the over the president's executive order on new regulations that some every time one if there's one that's that's been added you have to repeal two others did those do you know if those showed up in state court i believe at least the travel ban litigation was as i believe i think were i think.

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"kansas supreme court" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

01:48 min | 3 years ago

"kansas supreme court" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Budget fights in the kansas school system go back more than a decade but the controversy came to a head in the fall of last year when the kansas supreme court unanimously ruled that the state is underfunding its public schools the school district sued arguing that the state cut school funding during the recession that they never fixed it and when the economy recovered they just cut taxes instead with a mess of this size is the new governor jeff collier the man to fix it dana miller is president of the kansas association of school boards she's also a board member at her local school district baser lynnwood in kansas dana welcome thank you well dana there had been battles over public school funding in kansas for a decade from where you set what's the state of public schools in kansas now you know over the years we have had fights if you will with the legislature over funding we have had to reduce our cut positions and raise class sizes and eliminate programs to continue to fund our schools i think that this is a new day in kansas with our new governor and we are very hopeful that our state legislature will come up with a an appropriate and adequate funding plan while the money's been short the court scott involved of course uh talk a little bit about the effect in the classroom on students on teachers and in the schools themselves as educators and board members admin for our school districts in kansas i have to say we are very very good at working to keep those cuts from affecting our kids for as long as.

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"kansas supreme court" Discussed on The Pod Delusion

The Pod Delusion

02:00 min | 7 years ago

"kansas supreme court" Discussed on The Pod Delusion

"They would i come to significant national attention for picketing the funeral of matthew shepard a young gay man who was tortured and murdered in a prolonged homophobic attack as before opposition walls for phelps justification phelps was permanently banned from practising law in kansas in 1979 his singlemindedness in pursuing a goal at let him to attempt to destroy a witness in cold as the kansas supreme court would describe it quote the trial became an exhibition of a personal vendetta by phelps against caroline brady examination was replete with repetition battering innuendo belligerance irrelevant an immaterial madda evidencing only a desire to hurt been destroyed the defendant the jury verdict didn't stop the onslaught to phelps he was not satisfied with the hurt pain and damage he had visited on carleen brady end quote phelps filed an appeal to this case on the basis the had witnesses to present who would support his line of attacked it turned out turned out none of them had been contacted by him and affidavits he claimed to have did not exist for this he was debarred in kansas none of this would have come as a surprise to residents of peca a series of lawsuits for defamation allegations about rule plank has other prominent people opposed to phelps would be spread around phelps would fight he's kuna by any and all means at his disposal it should be said that phelps than his actions did raise issues of polemic and perhaps of importance but not as has been said it is a fast summary of liberty to say that is being one in cases involving not very noisy people.

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