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"kathy ogle" Discussed on Max & Murphy on Politics

Max & Murphy on Politics

04:54 min | 4 months ago

"kathy ogle" Discussed on Max & Murphy on Politics

"From gotham gazette. A publication of citizens union foundation. Thanks so much for tuning in here for this episode of the podcast. In just a moment. My conversation with city councilmember karleena rivera. She represents city council district to in manhattan which showed describe her community in the neighborhood. She represents just a moment. We'll talk about some of things. She's working on both in her district but more pressingly for this conversation. The district and the larger city councilmember rivera chairs e city council committee on hospitals and has recently chaired two very interesting important council oversight hearings. And we'll talk about that and much more with cow number in just a moment before we get into all that with karleena rivera. If you've missed any recent episodes of max politics here find them wherever you get your podcast or at the gotham gazette website. I've had some really good interesting conversation with a bunch of guests at the city level. The state level in politics government advocacy and so on had some really interesting conversations about the transition in power at the state level from governor andrew. Cuomo governor kathy ogle talking with state controller. Tom napoli state senate majority leader andrea stewart cousins and others and then at the city level talk into several city council members recently including now council member of era in an ongoing series here talking with council members. Who have really important oversight roles for the issues. The city is dealing with spoke recently with council member keith powers about his oversight of the city jails councilmember justin brandon about resiliency oversight and more. We've also had some really interesting. Discussions with advocates experts and appointed officials including ben furnace the director of the mayor's office of climate and sustainability. A really interesting conversation. There about the dubois ministrations progress challenges priorities around those issues. And also recently. I spoke with assembly member. Catalina cruz about issues that she's working on trying to get aid to her queens constituents related to hurricane ida and much more and talking also about the judiciary committee in the assembly that she sits on and their investigation of former governor cuomo. So lot that we've covered here on the podcast recently in recent weeks and months. So find one or more of those. Wherever you get your podcasts or gotham gazette website. Alright council member rivera. Thanks so much for joining me. Thank you for having me. How are you today advocates. Lucky to be here. We are talking on friday october first. So you've had a busy week up to this point Thanks for making some time here today. So a lot of stuff to to chat about but most recently just shared a co-chaired a hearing in the city council related to the city's vaccination efforts what was the purpose of that hearing. And what did you..

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"kathy ogle" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

01:30 min | 5 months ago

"kathy ogle" Discussed on 710 WOR

"O. R. Hey, Good morning, everybody. So, our big three headlines this morning. Well, Governor, Andrew Cuomo, That thug that vile, vicious, nasty human being. He's not even human. He's a monster. That person. Mussolini on the Hudson. He is gone. He resigned. 12 o'clock last night. We are done with the Cuomo dynasty, and I urge you I urge you to stop watching Chris Cuomo on CNN so we can get rid of all the Cuomo's Kathy Ogle. Oh, So what about the Cuomo Bridge? You want that? Rename to? Absolutely Yeah, Totally. Okay. I called the tight clean. As far as I'm concerned. It's the Tappan Zee. It's not the Cuomo Bridge. And by the way, if it falls down as it might than it is the Cuomo Bridge. Yeah, because of course, that I'm calling the Cuomo bridge so because we know didn't he know? You know this? Didn't he, like, do something, Some weird construction stuff that Andrew Cuomo did that made the bridge unsafe for something sped it up. I mean, it was done awfully fast. So that gets people little worried. If it falls down. It's called the Cuomo Bridge. And, uh, well, maybe Lynn. You can, uh, be driving right down. It went collapses. There you go. What a co down with family. You may be right into the right into the Hudson. That's my boy. That's my pal. You're going down with your friend and and we know guys, I'm I I'm sorry. I'm sorry, Lynn. I'm sorry. It's just kidding. You know, a little levity here, but no surprise. You don't ask me to play. I'm surprised and asked me to play.

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Kathy Hochul Becomes New York’s First Female Governor

AP News Radio

00:50 sec | 5 months ago

Kathy Hochul Becomes New York’s First Female Governor

"Kathy ogle became the first female governor of New York at the stroke of midnight Tuesday right after Andrew Cuomo left office following his announcement two weeks ago he would resign rather than face a likely impeachment battle the Democrat from western New York was sworn in as governor in a brief private ceremony in Albany overseen by the state's chief judge Hoegel will have a ceremonial swearing in event Tuesday morning at the capital with more pomp than the legally required event during the night she planned to meet with legislative leaders later in the morning and make a public address at three PM Cuomo resigned after an independent investigation by the state Attorney General concluded there was credible evidence he'd sexually harassed at least eleven women he denies the allegations Julie Walker New York

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"kathy ogle" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

04:51 min | 5 months ago

"kathy ogle" Discussed on KQED Radio

"19 has received full approval from the Food and Drug Administration and Dr Anthony Fauci, president Biden Stop Health advisor says the move should lead to more shots and arms The only way we are really going to get control of this outbreak and get back To the kinds of normality that we all crave and launch for is through a highly highly successful vaccination program, and I see this as another step. In that very important direction. The FDA has full approval for advisors vaccine applies to those 16 and older although kids age 12 through 15 can still receive it under the previous emergency use authorization. Move could make it easier to mandate vaccination and may reassure some people who have been hesitant. And produce farmers Bankruptcy trial in New York Justice Department attorneys argued Monday that part of the proposed settlement deal granting legal immunity to the company's owners. Some constitutional Here's NPR's Brian Man. Members of the Sackler family who own OxyContin maker Purdue Pharma are offering roughly $4.3 billion in exchange They want protection from future opioid lawsuits. DOJ attorney Paul Schwartzberg argued that releases from liability would violate the U. S constitution by stripping people of their rights to sue the Sackler and have their claims reviewed by a court. The Sackler is have denied any wrongdoing. Federal Judge Robert Drain has final say in this case, he said repeatedly, this bankruptcy deal may be the best option available. Produce farmers aggressive and at times illegal marketing of OxyContin contributed to an addiction crisis that's killed half a million Americans. Closing arguments in the trial. Continue tomorrow. Brian Mann NPR news Kathy Ogle is now the governor of New York. She could took control of state government about an hour ago. Two weeks ago, Andrew Cuomo announced his resignation rather than peace are likely impeachment battle over sexual harassment allegations. The Biden administration coming under pressure to extend the August 31st deadline to be out of Afghanistan. The US airlift is gaining momentum as NPR's Greg Murray reports, The huge cargo planes touching down at the Kabul airport are typically spending less than an hour on the tarmac. And then taking off with more than 400 evacuees aboard. That's, according to General Steve Lyons, head of the military's transportation command, he says the round the clock operation airlifted more than 10,000 evacuees over the past day, the largest one day total. There have been surprises. I really appreciate the news reporting on the baby being born as that flight came into Ramstein. That fact there's actually been more than that. How many all together? My Last data point was three. I don't have a formal tracker, but those are, you know. We'll keep you posted. Greg Murray. NPR NEWS Washington is is NPR. On Capitol Hill, a group of Democratic Party moderates abroad voting on President Biden's infrastructure agenda to a standstill. They're threatening to withhold support for $3.5 trillion social spending plan. Demanding the House first approve a $1 trillion package that passed the Senate with bipartisan support. Negotiations are said to be ongoing. Vice President Kamala Harris is taking on China over its actions in the South China Sea. Speaking in Singapore, Harris accused Beijing of continuing to coerce and intimidate and she pledged US support for allies in the region. Harris on a week long trip through South East Asia. As Middle Tennessee copes with deadly flooding and crews worked to contain a dozen large wildfires in California. Climate change group extinction Rebellion fanned out across London Monday, kicking off two weeks of protests in the British capital, NPR's Frank Langfitt reports. Thousands poured into Trafalgar Square, where they beat drums while police stood by Other activists chained themselves together to block around about in the city's Covent Garden section. Hundreds then rushed to build a 13 ft. High pink table covered with the slogan come to the table, encouraging people to step up and Help fight climate change Extinction. Rebellion, which originated in a town in the cots walls to the west of London, is demanding the UK government halt all new fossil fuel investment, the group's attention grabbing protests, which have included parking a pink sailboat in Oxford Circus. Become regular events in the British capital. Frank Langfitt. NPR news London and I'm jail. Snyder Listening to NPR news. Support for NPR comes from NPR stations. Other contributors include the Charles Stewart Mott Foundation for more than 90 years, supporting efforts to promote a just equitable and sustainable society. More at my dot org and.

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"kathy ogle" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

05:39 min | 5 months ago

"kathy ogle" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"21 put together by our producer Simon Close first, Arlo Parks discusses her debut LP collapsed in Sunbeams. Then Brooklyn based artist Rouge off top on her latest album. And later composer, a meal monastery on his soundtrack for the film Men, are you We will get to all of it. I'm Alison Stewart and I will meet you on the other side of the news. Mhm. Live from NPR news. I'm TRIAL. Snyder. Pfizer's vaccine against Covid 19 has received full approval from the Food and Drug Administration and Dr Anthony Fauci, president Biden's top health advisor, says the move should lead to more shots and arms. The only way we are really going to get control of this outbreak and get back To the kinds of normality that we all crave and launch. Four is through a highly highly successful vaccination program, and I see this as another step. In that very important direction. The FDA is full approval for advisors vaccine applies to those 16 and older. Although kids age 12 through 15 can still receive it. Under the previous emergency use authorization, the move could make it easier to mandate vaccination and may reassure some people who have been hesitant. And produce farmers Bankruptcy trial in New York Justice Department attorneys argued Monday that part of the proposed settlement deal granting legal immunity to the company's owners. Unconstitutional. Here's NPR's Brian Man, members of the Sackler family, who own OxyContin maker Purdue Pharma are offering roughly $4.3 billion in exchange They want protection from future opioid lawsuits. DOJ attorney Paul Schwartzberg argued that releases from liability would violate the U. S constitution by stripping people of their rights to sue the Sackler and have their claims reviewed by a court. The Sackler is have denied any wrongdoing. Federal Judge Robert Drain has final say in this case, he said repeatedly, this bankruptcy deal may be the best option available. Produce farmers aggressive and at times illegal marketing of OxyContin contributed to an addiction crisis that's killed half a million Americans. Closing arguments in the trial. Continue tomorrow. Brian Mann NPR news Kathy Ogle is now the governor of New York. She could took control of state government about an hour ago. Two weeks ago, Andrew Cuomo announced his resignation rather than face the likely impeachment battle over sexual harassment allegations. The Biden administration coming under pressure to extend the August 31st deadline to be out of Afghanistan. The US airlift is gaining momentum as NPR's Greg Murray reports. The huge cargo planes touching down at the Kabul airport are typically spending less than an hour on the tarmac and then taking off with more than 400 evacuees aboard. That's according to General Steve Lyons, head of the military's transportation command, He says the round the clock operation airlifted more than 10,000 evacuees over the past day. The largest one day total. There have been surprises. I really appreciate the news reporting on the baby being born as that flight came into Ramstein matter fact. There's actually been more than that. How many all together? My last data point was three. I don't have a formal tracker, but those with it, you know, so we'll keep you posted. Greg Murray. NPR NEWS. Washington is is NPR. On Capitol Hill, a group of Democratic Party moderates have brought voting on President Biden's infrastructure agenda to a standstill. They're threatening to withhold support for $3.5 trillion social spending plan. Demanding the House first approval $1 trillion package that passed the Senate with bipartisan support. Negotiations are said to be ongoing. Vice President Kamala Harris is taking on China over its actions in the South China Sea. Speaking in Singapore, Harris accused Beijing of continuing to coerce and intimidate and she pledged US support for allies in the region. Harris on a week long trip through South East Asia. As Middle Tennessee copes with deadly flooding and crews worked to contain a dozen large wildfires in California. Climate change. Group extinction Rebellion fanned out across London Monday kicked off two weeks of protests in the British capital, NPR's Frank Langfitt reports. Thousands poured into Trafalgar Square, where they beat drums while police stood by Other activists chained themselves together to block around about in the city's Covent Garden section. Hundreds then rushed to build a 13 ft. High pink table covered with the slogan come to the table, encouraging people to step up and Help fight climate change Extinction. Rebellion, which originated in a town in the cots walls to the west of London, is demanding the UK government halt all new fossil fuel investment, the group's attention grabbing protests, which have included parking a pink sailboat in Oxford Circus. Become regular events in the British capital, Frank Langfitt. NPR news London and I'm jail. Snyder, You're listening to NPR news. Support for NPR comes from NPR stations. Other contributors include the Charles Stewart Mott Foundation for more than 90 years, supporting efforts to promote a just equitable and sustainable society. More at my dot org and.

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"kathy ogle" Discussed on WABE 90.1 FM

WABE 90.1 FM

04:31 min | 5 months ago

"kathy ogle" Discussed on WABE 90.1 FM

"He has received full approval from the Food and Drug Administration and Dr Anthony Fauci, president Biden Stop Health advisor says the move should lead to more shots and arms The only way we are really going to get control of this outbreak and get back The kinds of normality that we all crave and launch for is through a highly highly successful vaccination program, and I see this as another step. In that very important direction. The FDA is full approval for advisors vaccine applies to those 16 and older. Although kids age 12 through 15 can still receive it. Under the previous emergency use authorization, the move could make it easier to mandate vaccination and may reassure some people who have been hesitant. And produce farmers Bankruptcy trial in New York Justice Department attorneys argued Monday that part of the proposed settlement deal granting legal immunity to the company's owners. Unconstitutional. Here's NPR's Brian Man, members of the Sackler family, who own OxyContin maker Purdue Pharma are offering roughly $4.3 billion in exchange They want protection from future opioid lawsuits. The O. J Attorney Paul Schwartzberg argued that releases from liability would violate the U. S Constitution by stripping people of their rights to sue the Sackler is and how their claims reviewed by a court. The Sackler is have denied any wrongdoing. Federal judge Robert Drain has final say in this case, he said repeatedly, this bankruptcy deal may be the best option available produce farmers aggressive and at times illegal marketing of OxyContin contributed to an addiction crisis that's killed half a million Americans. Closing arguments in the trial. Continue tomorrow. Brian Mann NPR news Kathy Ogle is now the governor of New York. She could took control of state government about an hour ago. Two weeks ago, Andrew Cuomo announced his resignation rather than face a likely impeachment battle over sexual harassment allegations. The Biden administration coming under pressure to extend the August 31st deadline to be out of Afghanistan. The US airlift is gaining momentum as NPR's Greg Murray reports, The huge cargo planes touching down at the Kabul airport are typically spending less than an hour on the tarmac. And then taking off with more than 400 evacuees aboard. That's, according to General Steve Lyons, head of the military's transportation command, he says the round the clock operation airlifted more than 10,000 evacuees over the past day. The largest one day total. There have been surprises. I really appreciate the news reporting on the baby being born as that flight came into Ramstein matter fact. There's actually been more than that. How many all together? My last data point was three. I don't have a formal tracker. But those are, you know, so we'll keep you posted. Greg Murray. NPR NEWS Washington This is NPR. On Capitol Hill, A group of Democratic Party moderates have brought voting on President Biden's infrastructure agenda to a standstill. They're threatening to withhold support for $3.5 trillion social spending plan demanding the House first approval $1 trillion package that passed the Senate with bipartisan support. Negotiations are said to be ongoing. Vice President Kamala Harris is taking on China over its actions in the South China Sea. Speaking in Singapore, Harris accused Beijing of continuing to coerce and intimidate and she pledged US support for allies in the region. Harris on a week long trip through South East Asia. As Middle Tennessee copes with deadly flooding and crews worked to contain a dozen large wildfires in California. Climate change group extinction Rebellion fanned out across London Monday kick off two weeks of protests in the British capital, NPR's Frank Langfitt reports. Thousands poured into Trafalgar Square, where they beat drums while police stood by Other activists chained themselves together to block around about in the city's Covent Garden section. Hundreds then rushed to build a 13 ft. High pink table covered with the slogan come to the table, encouraging people to step up and help fight climate change. Extinction. Rebellion, which originated in a town in the cots walls to the west of London, is demanding the UK government halt all new fossil fuel investment, the group's attention grabbing protests, which have included parking a pink sailboat in Oxford Circus. Become regular events in the British capital, Frank Langfitt. NPR news London and I'm jail. Snyder, You're.

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"kathy ogle" Discussed on 90.3 KAZU

90.3 KAZU

05:01 min | 5 months ago

"kathy ogle" Discussed on 90.3 KAZU

"The sentiment couldn't go to the North Sea anymore. It stayed here and then the water wasn't clear anymore because the sediment was always floating in the water. We're here about how new engineering projects are putting this right to tell you about the opening of the Paralympic Games, too. Business coming away as well. All that after the latest world news Travel. Live from NPR news. I'm TRIAL. Snyder. Pfizer's vaccine against Covid 19 has received full approval from the Food and Drug Administration and Dr Anthony Fauci, president Biden Stop Health advisor says the move should lead to more shots and arms The only way we are really going to get control of this outbreak and get back To the kinds of normality that we all crave and launch. Four is through a highly highly successful vaccination program, and I see this as another step. In that very important direction. The FDA is full approval for advisors vaccine applies to those 16 and older. Although kids age 12 through 15 can still receive it. Under the previous emergency use authorization, the move could make it easier to mandate vaccination and may reassure some people who have been hesitant. And produce farmers Bankruptcy trial in New York Justice Department attorneys argued Monday that part of the proposed settlement deal granting legal immunity to the company's owners. It's unconstitutional. Here's NPR's Brian Man, members of the Sackler family, who own OxyContin maker Purdue Pharma are offering roughly $4.3 billion in exchange They want protection from future opioid lawsuits. The O. J Attorney Paul Schwartzberg argued that releases from liability would violate the U. S constitution by stripping people of their rights to sue the Sackler and have their claims reviewed by a court. The Sackler have denied any wrongdoing. Federal Judge Robert Drain has final say in this case, he said repeatedly, this bankruptcy deal may be the best option available. Produce farmers aggressive and at times illegal marketing of OxyContin contributed to an addiction crisis that's killed half a million Americans. Closing arguments in the trial. Continue tomorrow. Brian Mann NPR news Kathy Ogle is now the governor of New York. She could took control of state government about an hour ago. Two weeks ago, Andrew Cuomo announced his resignation rather than face a likely impeachment battle over sexual harassment allegations. With the Biden administration, coming under pressure to extend the August 31st deadline to be out of Afghanistan, the US airlift is gaining momentum as NPR's Greg Murray reports. The huge cargo planes touching down at the Kabul airport are typically spending less than an hour on the tarmac and then taking off with more than 400 evacuees aboard. That's according to General Steve Lyons, head of the military's transportation command, He says the round the clock operation airlifted more than 10,000 evacuees over the past day. The largest one day total. There have been surprises. I really appreciate the news reporting on the baby being born as that flight came in to Ramstein, Matter of fact. Ah, there's actually been more than that. How many all together? My Last data point was three. I don't have a formal tracker. But those are, you know, so we'll keep you posted. Greg Murray. NPR NEWS Washington This is NPR. On Capitol Hill, the group of Democratic Party moderates abroad voting on President Biden's infrastructure agenda to a standstill. They're threatening to withhold support for $3.5 trillion social spending plan. Demanding the House first approval $1 trillion package that passed the Senate with bipartisan support. Negotiations are said to be ongoing. Vice President Kamala Harris is taking on China over its actions in the South China Sea. Speaking in Singapore, Harris accused Beijing of continuing to coerce and intimidate and she pledged US support for allies in the region. Harris on a week long trip through South East Asia. As Middle Tennessee copes with deadly flooding and crews work to contain a dozen large wildfires in California. The climate change group extinction Rebellion fanned out across London Monday kicked off two weeks of protests in the British capital, NPR's Frank Langfitt reports. Thousands poured into Trafalgar Square, where they beat drums while police stood by. Other activists chained themselves together to block around about in the city's Covent Garden section. Hundreds then rushed to build a 13 ft. High pink table covered with the slogan come to the table, encouraging people to step up and help fight climate change. Extinction. Rebellion, which originated in a town in the cots walls to the west of London, is demanding the UK government halt all new fossil fuel investment, the group's attention grabbing protests, which have included parking a pink sailboat in Oxford Circus. Have become regular events in the British capital. Frank Langfitt. NPR news London and I'm jail..

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