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"kansas supreme court" Discussed on KTOK

KTOK

01:48 min | 8 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 | 8 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 Keith and the Girl Comedy Talk Show

Keith and the Girl Comedy Talk Show

10:25 min | 1 year ago

"kansas supreme court" Discussed on Keith and the Girl Comedy Talk Show

"You know what what else people are needing to find out a lot of times it's Let's have a date night. Let's go out to eat. Let's have a date night. Let's go to a movie night. You got to. You got to actually be romantic now. You're not telling a waiter what you want. You actually look in each other's eyes and go tonight. Let's have steak cook not So Passover it's when the Israelites left Egyptian slavery and but it happened to be bread making day that night right and so take. Everybody had the runway and the loaves of bread. Couldn't raise the proper breads. But apparently that was the fucking that Moses. It's bread-making night like now. Today's just right. I could smell it. But what about all the pro? We all started our breadth in it so anyway known as good breadth. They gotta take this piece of shipwreck not one person I bet there was fucking Ezekiel Ezekiel. Is that Ezekiel bread. What's up. There's some kind of bread right. I bet he's the fucking one and he's hoarding it. Well I did it early. I don't know you guys wait last minute. Be Ready to leave any time. It's not good so anyway. No one has Brent. Now we have Mozza and I I went to yeshiva. That is Ju- School for half the day and the other half is American curriculum. For nine years I went to the school. No one has ever explained Passover so great thank you. I'M AT THE STORE TODAY. And there's no bread on the shelves like I'm living it. Everyone celebrate. Now you know what slaves in Egypt feels like. I understand the I understand what's happening. I also saw that eastern you know how like it slim pickens on Easter Day or the day before Easter at the CVS and that kind of shops right one of these for the cards and candies and yeah like cute decorations right. And then the day after everything's fifty percent off the day before Easter. This year the shells were all stocked with Easter stuff. They were already fifty percent off Laughing people are realizing they don't need the Easter Bunny or God. What two for one right? Everything's different I saw. I didn't see the I don't want to know the answer. Because it doesn't affect me per se but the Kansas Supreme Court the highest office in the the state each state of course has the Supreme Court had to do zoom hearing about if people are allowed to gather for church events namely Easter okay. But you're on a zoom meeting deciding this right. So why don't you guys get in the same room and pray on it? See See if the answer comes to you well Easter. I decided to stay in. Keep it low key would you do? Oh it was lover date happened to be loveday in most of our most of our time is being spent on K t g week which is helping me a lot with so little bit of our time went to that. But it's so nice we actually put our feet in some water in water bins and then like took the calluses off. Each Other's feet were disgusting now. The I don't know why I'm telling you this but it was very romantic. It was like for Jesus you know how he liked washing feet or people liked washing his feet. I don't know we did that. Some new those Blake Hammond wrote a White House. Press RELEASES. This is crazy. White House says Jesus died for our sins bone. Only you can die for your economy. Lacks out there? Can you imagine the Babylon be said? Researches Delay Corona virus vaccine until they figure out how to make it cause autism? This is the world we're living in folks. It's too much too much. New Jersey transit is saying you have to wear masks on the train. You're not you're not allowed on it at all. New York doesn't have that rule yet now. I can get out of my apartment in the front. I don't do a lot but We ventured out I can get in the front. They're still like six feet and then a gate so watch people pass. Sometimes I watch people go by And so I am noticing. That people are wearing masks. But I'm wondering where you guys getting your mask from all of a sudden I have a mask and I do wear inside the store for example because it just makes people comfortable at this point. How are you comfortable waiting? Six feet apart in line at a grocery store seeing everybody has a mass. But you how do you feel like a piece of shit? You know whether you feel stupid or not. Don't you feel like a piece of Shit I got my master's from Kyle. She whenever the I will never like the news was out be. Didn't know a serious was. She happened to have a dentist appointment so she stole three masks. So I have one cell so I two of her children don't have it but you have one. They got they got to fight for it. They Check The bore the Chore Board. And if they didn't do their chores you know I'll I`ll. I'll wear a mask absolutely by the way speaking of keeping awake a tendencies their their ground control there the central station over there. And they're doing amazing stuff. I saw the Saturday night live. Did it from home like it? Seems like each person or the rating partner came up with something themselves and then presented it. Yeah some of that sound was so terrible kate. Mckinnon who we all love had the worst. I don't understand. They can't like Firkin Girl Week. We actually set up twenty individual phone calls from Mike Checks. Now Keith I actually. I know this is up your alley but you know I kind of have thought and I got rid of this right away. Everybody knows you're GONNA have to sound professional but we got on a Mike checks with people and will like it. Sounds Okay but do you happen to have a Mike and they go. Yeah should I hook that up when my okay really glad we did this? Yes hook up your microphone this. Snl You can't send everybody a two hundred dollar USB mike the what's the news section of SNL which I weakened update. I think that's the best part that was the worst sound and the only the literally just have to talk to each other like it's a podcast and they added a laugh not a laugh track but they added some life people listening to them in Zoom. So you heard like and I'm like well Alec Baldwin is talking right now so you're laughing on top of it and this is distracting. And why can't you guys do it without hearing? Aleph just trust that it's funny or laugh at each other's joke the end who such weird sound because their friends also. They knew what the job was. I couldn't tell how many people are laughing five seven but they they would laugh at the setup and it's like now you're not trying you're trying too hard it's also weird to have seven people laughing in the background in in the same audio sound level as the actual comics. Because they're not they're not talking into the mic so people are laughing into the computers as loud as they're telling jokes while James Difficult Academy was on the first of the these two recent diamond log episode and we. I was testing his Mike. And I'm like well I think I hear some in the background. What is that? He goes? I duNno know. It sounds like a washing machine goes now. What is it at the Dryer? Should I move as if the answer is in? Turn it off. It's in your house for one. Yeah I don't know maybe they didn't want to hurt. S Ehlers feelings. I don't know what feelings were at home doing. Nothing what he'll say. What feelings do people normally have about their dance? Monkeys does Dan. What by when you WANNA sound the best? Also tell Cain maybe she doesn't know why would she know right? Why is that her job? Well now you don't go out for the you. Don't go out for groceries. You're both compromised. You answer CC's Yep So you have to do it online. I got a feel like that's congested. As opposed to live grocery store. It's more congested than I would imagine. we just did another order for groceries and does no time for delivery so you put everything in the cart and this is across the board. This is Amazon. Fresh INSTA- car some other thing. We tried them all. We happen to get on INSTA- cart. It's just easy and you don't get a date so what you do. Is You. Keep refreshing all day and all night and as soon as one pops up the next available one you just click on it. You try to grab it and I've done that like you know you're like half awake and you're going to P and you're like there's a time you click on am I available. Who CARES I'm going to be home. And then by the time I got to my credit card. I lost the date. I did that like twice and on the third time I got it and again I was half sleeping because I check in the middle of the night if I get up and I'm like Oh this is exactly on a Keith. And the girl Show during the show like exactly at the start of the shows. When they're gonNA come on like I don't know I'll figure it out. Turns out. It was a week later. I ordered groceries and they gave me a delivery date of three weeks later. Sorry weeks don't shop when you're hungry because you know that saying that's crazy now when you get in there. I feel like it supermarket. Sweep like did I just put ten pounds of shit a wealth that said pads and Guinea some lettuce. You got to be quick it. You'll get kicked off. Actually that's what's good about Insta- cart is until that date. I can keep changing my car so every day. I'm like butter and then I just add butter by the time they get to my date. I'll have three weeks worth of groceries. In the cart. Set the date even if you have nothing to buy absolutely yeah as soon as we get the new groceries. We're going to try to get a new date. I'll give you life hacks you don't go crazy. The APP that's free to download best fiends. 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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 NPR News Now

NPR News Now

04:36 min | 1 year ago

"kansas supreme court" Discussed on NPR News Now

"Live from NPR news in Washington. I'm Laurie London. The US has surpassed Italy to have the most confirmed corona virus. Death in the world and Paris Jason Bobbie-ann reports more than twenty thousand people in the US have now died and more than a half million are infected. According to researchers at Johns Hopkins University the Corona Virus Pandemic has now killed more people in the US than anywhere else on the globe. The most intense outbreak continues to be in the New York Metro area and accounts for nearly forty five percent of all cases nationwide outside of Newark New Jersey. There've been surges in several states over the last week. Michigan has the third highest tally of cases of the last seven days confirmed infections nearly doubled in Massachusetts Pennsylvania in Louisiana the revenue cases however slowed in Washington state with first domestic case was detected in late. January globally Spain now reporting the second most cases behind the US although the death toll in Italy remains higher than in Spain Jason Fane NPR news abortion providers in Texas have filed an emergency application with the Supreme Court. Trying to block part of Governor Greg Abbott's executive order banning almost all abortions in the state because of the corona virus as NPR's Nina Totenberg reports. A federal. Judge has twice intervened to allow some abortions and the Fifth Circuit Court of Appeals twice. Reverse the judge's order abortion providers are asking the Supreme Court to allow the continues of medical abortions with pills in the first trimester of pregnancy. Roughly one third of the abortions in the state or performed that way. Nancy Northop CEO of the Center for Reproductive Rights notes that these procedures can be done via telemedicine. Texas she said is blatantly abusing its emergency powers to obliterate the rights of women seeking to terminate their pregnancies while the ruling by the Federal Appeals Court based in Texas is an outlier. The Supreme Court itself is now dominated by conservative justices including two trump appointees who have largely sided with abortion opponents in other cases Nina Totenberg. Npr News Washington as the UK. Heads into its third week of lockdown. Queen? Elizabeth has made a rare televised address. She urged people to take heart in the message of Easter. It's a way of showing how the good news of Christ. Resurrection is being passed on from the first Easter by every generation. Until now this year Easter will be different for many of us but by keeping apart we keep other safe last Sunday and only only the fifth televised address in her sixty eight year reign the ninety three year old monarch said the corona virus outbreak can be overcome if people remain resolute in the face of isolation this is NPR. Saturday night live made history last night. For the first time the show's ninety minute episode was written and filmed remotely from the homes of the cast and producers and Paris TV critic. Eric Duggan's has the story. Saturday night live at home kicked off with his biggest surprise host. Tom Hanks who was one of the first celebrities diagnosed with corona virus in mid March since being diagnosed. I had been more like America's Dad than ever before. No one wants to be around me very long and I make people uncomfortable. It wasn't a live show. The material was filmed in. Advance with many sketches. Making fun of the video chat and social media technology so many US while sheltering Larry David showed up to play Bernie Sanders and Alec Baldwin dropped into weekend update as president trump. The show's most touching moment was a tribute to sketch music producer. Hal Wilner who died a few days ago with symptoms. Consistent with Corona Virus Eric Dagens. Npr News. The Kansas Supreme Court has ruled against a Republican controlled legislative panel. That tried to overturn. The Democratic governor's executive order banning religious and funeral services of more than ten people during the corona virus pandemic. Easter is typically. The busiest day on the Christian calendar in terms of church. Attendance judges in a hearing via video conference said the panel had exceeded its authority. I'm Laurie London and you're listening to NPR news in Washington..

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"kansas supreme court" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

02:28 min | 1 year ago

"kansas supreme court" Discussed on WTOP

"The number of Americans who have died from the corona virus is more than twenty thousand that is more than the official number from any other nation and more than half a million infections are confirmed here meantime president trump phoned in to fox news to pick up where he left off on Friday on possibly changing federal safety guidelines and I'm gonna make a right decision I'll be basing it on a lot of a lot of very smart people a lot of professionals doctors and business leaders are a lot of things that go into a decision like that and it's going to be it's going to be based on a lot of facts and a lot of instincts also baby whether we like it or not there is a certain instinct to it but we have to get our country back for some officials and religious leaders part of that could come later this morning across the country this Easter Americans are being told to find a new way to worship but in some states including Ohio Kansas and Florida worshippers can still gather but in Kentucky the governor says police will track license plates of those going to church and require they quarantine for two weeks in Houston father Clint Ressler resorted to a bike to meet with his faithful friar blessing come upon them the father the son and the Holy Spirit report from CBS is Michael George there about a couple of related and conflicting court rulings on our church attendance rights versus public health the Kansas Supreme Court upheld the governor's order limiting all gatherings there including religious ones to ten people while a federal judge held out Kentucky's largest city cannot hold the local churches drive in service planned for Easter now we know about filling the fridge becoming such a big castle more so for the rising numbers of people down on their luck CBS is down your buckets and food banks across the nation long lines are painting a picture of the economic hardship caused by the corona virus pandemic historic levels of unemployment mean an increase in demand for food it makes a big difference so that helped lead to Garcia lost her job in market research she came to this food bank in Los Angeles to help feed her family of five and and some canned food so it's pretty because it's something that would help my my family there are housing cost CBS news poll shows Americans are concerned only slightly more about paying for food or medical bills and rent ranchers have been told to try and work something out with private landlords and some have but many still want the money now the hashtag cancel.

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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" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

News Radio 920 AM

03:30 min | 1 year ago

"kansas supreme court" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

"Those around them their priority of the team's chief commission for the games interest rates says it's clear the games cannot be held in July K. pop but there's and forecast temperatures start in the upper twenties Monday morning mostly cloudy conditions for the first half of the day during the afternoon a coastal area of low pressure will produce some rain and the potential for snow mixing into northern and western Rhode Island beginning at two o'clock in tracking east from there all areas change over to rain after seven PM in only a slushy accumulation on grassy surfaces is expected I'm stormteam Ted meteorologist Andy McCarthy on newsradio nine twenty and one of four seven if that had you been dot com launches open save huge on great items like feast and fennel cyclebar prominence in our featured item a twenty seer LG red multi zoned central air conditioning heat pump system with basic installation for misty both heating and cooling last year's glad you bid dot com winning bidder save four grand on their brand new receivers heating system this year it could be you bidding closes at six PM on March twenty third glad Y. O. U. B. I. D. dot com powered by receivers heating and cooling newsradio nine twenty and won all four seven FM this is handled on the lawn marginal legal advice right absolutely no case if you need a lawyer to handle on the law dot com and if you're a lawyer and want to help our listeners please go to handle on the law dot com click on the join today tab at the top of the page reporter for this is spring court case that I want to talk about and whenever you hear the word technicality they found a loophole that was a technical loophole that they found he got off on a technicality well technicalities are really important in the law and let me give you an idea of what happened when here's a headline U. S. Supreme Court gives states latitude to prosecute illegal immigrants therefore the part this spring court based on that ad that headline hates illegal aliens and wants to help the administration throw out as many as illegal aliens as possible except this is an issue a technicality a legal issue and it has to do with Kansas and the Kansas Supreme Court had decided a couple years ago that the convictions of three restaurant workers for fraudulently using other people's social security numbers hi why is that guy was overturned why because using someone else's social security number.

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"kansas supreme court" Discussed on Opening Arguments

Opening Arguments

09:31 min | 1 year ago

"kansas supreme court" Discussed on Opening Arguments

"Have a real meaningful handful deleterious effect on the real lives of real people. I do not blame the health organizations for seeking cert in this case right their job is to their clients and their patients and they are trying to do everything they can even if it is a You know losing effort to To overturn terrible law. And that's not their job is to is to represent the interests of of their patients You can see the the the members of the supreme. I mean. There's no other way to explain this other than the left wing on the Supreme Court getting together and saying Gosh we we. You gotTA fight our own holding actions here and fundamentally again I you know uncle clearances long since turned out this episode because this has been a pretty solidly You Know Pure Cure. left-wing propaganda episode. But but if you tuned back here but maybe maybe they want to do a victory lap heatless affect you're listening or you're doing your victory lap. I'll I'll just say it to you like this the fact that the Supreme Court is engaging in that kind kind of calculus should dismay and upset you right that that's one hundred percent urine originalist one hundred percent with the founding fathers did not want to have happened was for the Supreme Court to to break up into factions and for the justices on both sides to be calculating. How do we minimize the damage that this activist contingent wants to do by taking cases and overturning precedent? And that's where we are what so. What is the best thing that we can do? I mean it's just a question of in these states trying to get this legislation to either not happen or be overturned. Is that all we can do. And that's not a lot to go on for some of these deep red states where you know chances are slim is there a is. The other pattern is the Kansas Supreme Court decision that we talked about from last year which is Bringing challenges to state laws in State Court alleging. That's not what happened so this was so oh great question. This case was initially filed in federal court. Now look there are a lot of reasons to want to do that from from a strategic dietrich perspective. Okay that that can't go through all in the segment I don't fault the lawyers for bringing this case in federal court but I will say State Court in when you're in these very very conservative circuits You may also have You know get the Kentucky State. Supreme Court has like I don't know Kentucky. Appellate courts are like Ach probably guess We could you know talk to some of our friends out. There rejected Shelly Henry from the Ha so so you have to make it a calculated decision about where you want to file the lawsuit. But I will point out that we one unexpected victories in places. It's like Kansas. So I think it's fair to say it this way up until five years ago if you were. A civil rights litigator challenging legislation. Elation you brought those challenges in federal court and I would say now that just as a matter of course right because the habits of court because of the relative compositions of the respective bench for a lot of different reasons and what I would say is i. Don't I'm not in your field. I'm I'm not trying to usurp the judgment of experts but I would put on in the toolbox. You know reconsider maybe is a State Court Suit may be the best vehicle for For resolving this This decision That there's another vehicle if you're you're already in federal court one of the things that you can do and this is I'll I'll try not to do too long in the sidebar but you know I I do want something other than just. It's bad ad. It's bad it's bad it's bad it's bad so so I love you asking the question If you're stuck in a terrible circuit one of the things that we've talked about is that you can get into federal court on the basis of diversity jurisdiction and also on the basis of pendant jurisdiction And that means sometimes federal federal courts are adjudicating questions of state statutory law or State Constitutional Law and. There's nothing wrong with that right. The law says that that we we presume that federal courts are good at that right in federal judges the exception of the recent spate of trump appointees are supposed to be supremely qualified and smart. And you know capable of of applying state law but there is a vehicle in every state that says you can N- file a certified question to the State Supreme Court and the reason you file a certified question is when a federal court when the litigants in in federal courts. Say you know what This isn't super clear. In our law. It would be a matter of first impression and rather than have a federal court. Assuming what Kansas are. Kentucky Law is Why don't we just ask the Kentucky Supreme Court instead right when we say to them be totally straightforward? Be like. Look there are some law that says this. There's some law that says not ex- sponsored for us And this is. This is one of the exceptions to the you know the the law does not render a junior Katori opinions. This is an exception and it and it and it is a specific exception that allows courts to render an advisory opinion. That says okay in the opinion of this court the answer to the question you have. Certified to us is X.. And so I would say that. That's another tool that I would. I would add to the toolbox. You realize you're about to get homered in the sixth circuit and you have a discrete issue of Kentucky Constitutional Law Petition Petition. The court To certify the question to the Kentucky Supreme Court Again these may be low probability. outcomes uh-huh but But they are. There's something you can do so So I throw that out there as well all right. Well thanks for that advice. I mean uh you blew it. There's no time for the wild card segment. But that's okay. That's fine worthwhile. It's an evergreen question will push to the next wildcard. 'cause we've got still more to do which is Mainly that we need to thank our top patrons are hall of famers are all time greats on top patron Tuesday from Patriots Dot com slash law. Going again a lot of movies Christmas theme coming at you very soon in fact may already be up by the time you're hearing in this but If not very close to that so here we go. Let's think our Beijing's let me be totally clear. I like Seattle shows Ian Buckley. Jim Gerald Chapin's Wang Dang in the team Adam Larsson up and at the up an atom the Kirsten Daniel. 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"kansas supreme court" Discussed on Opening Arguments

Opening Arguments

04:41 min | 2 years ago

"kansas supreme court" Discussed on Opening Arguments

"And and the state in order to argue Ono there. They're plenty of other alternatives. The alternatives that the state suggested were labor induction abortions. Right. What they refer to as partial birth abortions, by the way, induction of fetal demise using an injection what they refer to as poisoning the baby inside the womb and in induction of fetal demise using umbilical cord transaction, right? So all three of those are the same order of can be described in kind of similarly gruesome language, so you know, when you see pieces like this national review or your aunt, Cathy or whatever say oh. And they allowed fetal dismemberment abortions. Or, you know, whatever they're calling it on FOX the state themselves argued for, you know, methods of abortion that would be similarly capable of being described in that kind of language. And of course, the game is to reduce this out piecemeal, right? You get rid of the most common method. And then you go after all the rest of the methods, right and the undisputed factual defiant findings below were that there were no safety benefits to using any of those other methods of of abortion as opposed to the dni method that those other methods had a greater risk of harm to the woman in in some what you know in some you might consider more on the minor scale. But but health risks include nausea, vomiting, impossible's ation. And in the in the case of the umbilical cord transaction that that these of that increases the procedure time makes it more complex increases the risk of pain infection. Uterine perforation and bleeding, and that all of those are very very minor procedures by minor. I mean minority infrequently used right? So this is fairy very clearly an effort to make it difficult for women. If not impossible to get an abortion in the second trimester in Kansas, and what happened was trial court said. Yep. Obviously injunction. This case, violates the law Kansas appellate court wrestled with the question of whether this constitutes an undue burden under Casey. And so it split. But because it split the injunction stood and then and then that was a firmed at the at the Kansas supreme court on on different grounds. So so that gets into the second half of your question, which is is this a kind of activism and and. I would give you a qualified. Yes rate. I would say this is a kind of activism in the way that hating a hate group is kind of hatred, right? Seriously. And and and I mean that way that calling racists racist is the real race. Right. Exactly. Because what what has happened is fright. Four decades state supreme court has said look we can rely on the US supreme court to faithfully adjudicate what individual rights are. And we're gonna let them do the heavy lifting, and you know for good or for ill. That's how state supreme courts have generally worked. And and here is a state supreme court that very clearly looked at this and said, look, we don't have to stick ourselves with the reasoning that this runaway train wreck of a US supreme court with where they're going. And again, I want to emphasize this is a conservative an old school conservative backlash against a an activist reactionary US supreme court. There is nothing. So. Now. Is it is it activism in the sense that they changed their course in their jurisprudence. So yeah, that's that's a fair initial description, but is it activism in the larger sense? Absolutely, not right. There is nothing that prevents a state supreme court from saying we're going to undertake this analysis independently, and you know, what states are sovereign..

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"kansas supreme court" Discussed on Opening Arguments

Opening Arguments

03:24 min | 2 years ago

"kansas supreme court" Discussed on Opening Arguments

"I had some clear to me are they going back and doing an originalist textual. Reading of what the Kansas founders, the founding can which I think is Oz. A related as it's got to be some people involved in vase movie. I think they were the first ones to discover Kansas. Now, I like how they doing this how they figuring out. And how would they do? So in a way that wouldn't just be a partisan lens. You know, like, I I really don't know. So I I I love that. Let Libby that's a bunch of questions. Let me try and break them down. And and and let me postpone answering it for just a minute, right? Because I think the best way to answer that question is to talk about should have done this at at the outset is to talk about the specific facts of the case that came before the Kansas supreme court, and that is in twenty fifteen the Kansas legislature passed Senate Bill ninety five it was enacted into law. Senate Bill ninety five prohibits physicians from performing the dilation and evacuation method of abortion except quote where necessary to preserve the life of. The pregnant woman or to prevent a quote substantial and irreversible physical impairment of a major bodily function of the pregnant woman. Okay. And that dilation and evacuation procedure that is the procedure that is used for ninety five percent of all second trimester abortions. Sidebar to the sidebar. There is a and I don't know that I'm even gonna have time to mention a stunningly dishonest national review article. I know that those are synonyms, but the the the hysterical antiabortion, right? Calls dilation evacuation. Oh, gosh. What do they call it? The dismemberment of a fetus. And I, you know, it's an all sorts of other, you know, kind of learned from Donald Trump at what happens in this actually happened because we you know, I recently had a baby in the this is absolutely true. What they do is they wrap up the baby. All nice. And then they ask you do you want to murder the baby that do this every through teen? That's that's how it works in America. Courting to Trump. So, but, but if you want a great Gotcha for anybody. Who is saying, oh, well, you know, we this is a hideous and barbaric procedure, and then then code page nine of the opinion because before the trial court, right? So so the Bill passes, and then the exact procedure that I told you was going to happen in Alabama happened in Kansas. Right. A Kansas, except this was in the state courts, a Kansas state courts had were slapping down an injunction on this very clearly, violates the the the woman's right to an abortion under Planned Parenthood versus Casey because you are restricting ninety five percent of of the abortions in in the second trimester..

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"kansas supreme court" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

News Talk 1130 WISN

02:32 min | 2 years ago

"kansas supreme court" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

"I got an Email from someone who says oh Vicky. You know, why Tony Everts used the word blaspheme? You know, why he used it because abortion is sacred. What is blasphemy mean speaking offensively or sacrilegious about God or sacred things? Well, you're right. I think that's exactly why he thought to use that word because abortion is sacred. To the left. It just is why would you have movements across the country to pass? Late term abortion measures. How about the state of Kansas? Have we ever just been paying attention to this state of Kansas supreme court found a right to abortion in the Kansas constitution, a right to abortion? A right at anytime any kind. A rice Kansas supreme Kansas supreme court. Most people don't associate Kansas with den of left-wing iniquity. But they're supreme court has just found a right to abortion. You see this as a way to rally the left wing base for Jinya, Vermont, New Jersey. I believe we've got Montana Arizona and a couple of other states considering. Late term abortion measures that essentially say for any of any kind for any reason. At any time in the pregnancy up until the moment of birth. Women should be allowed to kill their children. When you support that eighty percent of America thinks late-term abortions horrible when you support that kind of position. People. It's a religion to you at that point. So yeah. To my Email, or I did I understand what you're saying. I think you're right. I think the reason why Tony chose the word blaspheme to describe President Trump's position denouncing Evert on his decision. Not to sign a Bill protecting born alive. Infants after botched abortions blasphemous is because Tony warships at the altar of abortion. And that is folks not something he campaigned on have a great day. When.

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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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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 The Pod Delusion

The Pod Delusion

02:00 min | 8 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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