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"kentucky supreme court" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

WHAS 840 AM

02:29 min | Last month

"kentucky supreme court" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

"Have hit another milestone key milestone. In our nation's fight against Covid President Biden reacting to the FDA, granting full approval to the Pfizer Covid 19 vaccine, which was previously authorize for emergency use. Only Dr Mark Burns is an infectious disease specialist at U of L health. But my hopes are that this will be, um uh, another way to instill confidence in these people who may have been on the fence about taking the vaccine. Follow. The visor vaccine is expected to set off mandate said companies, hospitals and universities governor Bashir has rescinded his school mask mandate. It comes after the Kentucky Supreme Court ruled in favor of new laws limiting the governor's emergency powers. Bashir earlier this month required face masks inside all Kentucky schools for students in grades K through 12, as well as childcare facilities and pre K programs. For now, the Kentucky Board of Education's measure requiring masks in all public schools into 2022 is not affected by the high court's ruling and remains in effect. Haley Hansen, NewsRadio 8 40 W. H. A s an update on evacuations from Afghanistan since yesterday, the Pentagon says roughly 16,000 people were evacuated from Kabul. That means about 37,000 people have been evacuated since the effort began about a week ago. Pentagon spokesman John Kirby We're doing the best we can under extraordinary circumstances and believe me The pain and the suffering the fear the anxiety all of that None of it is lost on us. Our troops 40 people are still missing following historic flooding in parts of Tennessee. Search and rescue efforts are ongoing as at least 21 people are dead due to the floods being time. Thousands are without power along the east coast due to tropical storm on read, Rhode Island leads the way with more than 30,000 outages. Proposed ordinance would roll back the hours of alcohol sales in Louisville from four AM to two AM Suzanne Duval has more. This is a small, temporary measure to keep our communities safe Council member Cassie Chambers. Armstrong says The measure is aimed at reducing violent crime, especially in the area. She represents the highlands Right now, every division across our.

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Kentucky Gov. Beshear Suffers Legal Defeat in Combating COVID Surge

Ken Broo

00:42 sec | Last month

Kentucky Gov. Beshear Suffers Legal Defeat in Combating COVID Surge

"The Kentucky Supreme Court handed governor Bashir a legal defeat involving his pandemic emergency powers with the 11 30 report. I'm Sarah Elise. Breaking down. The court ruled on the Democratic governors challenge of Republican backed laws that limit his authority to enact emergency orders during the covid pandemic. The justices unanimously said of Franklin Circuit Court judge should not have blocked the new laws from taking effect and sent the case back to the lower court to dissolve the injunction. Governor Bashir sued the Legislature and Attorney General Daniel Cameron, arguing the laws undermined his ability to respond to the pandemic. Earlier this month, Governor Bashir Issued an executive order requiring masks inside Kentucky

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"kentucky supreme court" Discussed on KSR

KSR

05:11 min | Last month

"kentucky supreme court" Discussed on KSR

"On the mass thing. You got the guide. Marshall county said initially said. We're not going to do the mask. And then he came back and said well. I guess we are. But we're gonna have a meeting to try to stop it. That meetings not gonna work hickman. County had had a board meeting that two people showed up and yelled the superintendent and you ended up with a lot of controversy. I'm sure there's happening more places just to give you a little news update because i think it's important people understand the law on this so i get asked it so i'm gonna dork law here for just one second okay. So andy bashir. Did this executive order saying everybody has to wear mask school. He argues he. Has this power under the emergency. Power given to the governor in the kentucky constitution the last legislative session. The legislature passed a bill. That said hey when you do an emergency thing. You can only do it for sixty days. Now it's not clear whether or not they have the power to do that so right now in front of the kentucky supreme court answering the question can the legislature narrow. The scope of the governor's emergency power and that will get decided at some point and we don't know the answer that question. If they decide the legislature can then the mass mandate in theory would go away if they decide. They can't then he gets to keep doing and the question is the constitution. Says the governor has this power but it also doesn't say how long the power can last and some people would argue. Could the governor. Just keep it forever right but today. Something's happening that may make that irrelevant. The kentucky board of education has a statutory power that allows them to make rules for all schools and they are voting today whether or not to make a mass group if they do then that rule will be in place no matter what the supreme court says so the folks argued about andy. Bashir doing it or not. I understand that argument. It's actually. I think legally a very close call whether he can do it. I'm not sure. I don't think anybody's sure to be honest. Surpreme court decide but we do know that the board of education is allowed to do it so if they decide today then the mask or stay in and probably staying until the legislature meets next january when conceivably they could overturn the board of education decision. But that won't be till next january with all that said. I think people should probably get used to the fact that the mask or stain sounds like they're saying basically what you're saying is if this board decides to keep them to like all the yelling at it's kind of irrelevant aboard decides to keep it then. It doesn't even better than andy did. Yeah if the board decides to keep it then..

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"kentucky supreme court" Discussed on Thoroughbred Racing Radio Network

Thoroughbred Racing Radio Network

02:05 min | 3 months ago

"kentucky supreme court" Discussed on Thoroughbred Racing Radio Network

"They're they're starting to build what we call a record. Okay are there are starting to establish a record. that if they get an adverse decision from The kentucky racing condition that they have a arguments that they have preserved one appeal. Should they appeal an adverse decision by the kentucky racing commission through the kentucky court system. Okay so you raise those issues now. You preserve them for the record. You get rulings on them and then you can. You know you go through the legal system and argue whether or not those arguments deprived barbecue process whether the ruling is not supported by the competent evidence. not relevant or otherwise actually a roadmap for a lot of this in a case that the kentucky racing commission defended Grand motion you may recall Two thousand and sixteen seventeen and eighteen. Were work. Graham had a positive test for Method carbon off muscle relaxing in excess of the threshold that had been established by the kentucky racer condition. It was consistent the national thresholds in in that case Grandma argues that Yeah he was using met the corporate mall but they had withdrawn treatment seven days prior to the race in accordance with guidelines In that in that instance the the threshold. I think was one nanogram in his sample. Had two point four two point five nine grams and they argued that it was an infinitesimal amount that could not possibly have affected the performance of horse and otherwise. I mean similar arguments. Do what i think. We'll be raised here but the kentucky racer conditioned rejected his his Arguments the case gone a hearing officer and then by the kentucky racing commission through the court system the case ultimately went to the kentucky supreme court the kentucky supreme court ruled that there was a rational basis were the commission to adopt regulations to preserve the integrity.

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"kentucky supreme court" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

WHAS 840 AM

01:33 min | 9 months ago

"kentucky supreme court" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

"That will review the impeachment petition has not yet been formed. Republican representative Jason Neema says he wants to take a look at the document before he makes any decisions telling W k Y T. Found to a valid the law a number of times our constitutional rights. He's violated as courts have have found. And so I think he's went too far in a number of ways. Whether that rises T O something that's impeachable. Something that will be discussing. This year's administration has called the impeachment proceeding silly and unjustified. Pointing out that the Kentucky Supreme Court ruled in November that Bashir's covert 19 restrictions were constitutional. I'm Suzanne Duval and I'm Rob Carpenter reporting. It's just a little shot. The cove in 19 vaccine does more tha and keep you from getting sick. It will get folks back to work, Get our kids back at school and get our economy back on track. It's a shot of relief, a shot of hope. As the FDA authorized vaccines arrived in Kentucky. Just keep doing your part. We can't all get the vaccine at once. But we'll all get a turn. Get the fax at KY Cove in 19 dot Ky Doc of Do you have three ex wives and your current trophy wife wants a life insurance policy three times the size of the policies you had to purchase for your previous mistake's If so, you need to call Big Lou, A term provider 802 119 66 Big Louis intimately familiar with your problems. And if you're 50 or 60 years old and in reasonably good health, a $1 million policy should only cost about 100 to $200 per month..

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"kentucky supreme court" Discussed on KTOK

KTOK

08:12 min | 11 months ago

"kentucky supreme court" Discussed on KTOK

"And downtown Pittsburgh and downtown Atlanta and downtown Las Vegas, Clark County to pick the next president, Guess who they want to be in office. And believe me, It's not Donald J. Trump, even though he got a higher percentage of black vote in Hispanic vote than any president in the past 60 years, even though he got 11 to 12 million more votes, and he got in 2016. But they won't let him win. They will not let him win. And the media is not curious at all about hundreds of affidavits involving ballots with bags being dropped off, and still a night on the night. Miss Palmer said. My vote no was to ensure the voters of Detroit could ever recount. That's what she said. And she said, I great concern for my personal safety. She was threatened. She said. This is not about a presidential election alone. This was to ensure the voters of Detroit could ever recount. The motions certify was contingent on the comprehensive audit being performed before the election results were finalized. You count illegal Ballots counted twice counted three times recounting four times They're all the same. And Miss Palmer said Trump's called do not affect the decision to sign an affidavit and re sender support certifying the election results. And, uh, that's the way it is. And there's nothing we can do about it as a people except go to the court system, which is not configured to handle this dispute, And if it ever does get U. S Supreme Court they could overturn Pennsylvania. Or Mitt, Wisconsin or Michigan or Georgia or Nevada or Arizona, and it makes no difference. The president almost has to win all of them, which isn't gonna happen. Not gonna happen. Massive fraud and my gut. I believe that there's no way that Joe Biden got 80 million votes and Trump got 74 75 million. I think it was the opposite, but nonetheless, it can't be proven between now and December, the 14th when they like it. Torre College votes. Take some calls, and flying becomes available 8666477337 and let's go to a Jack and California and then mark in Missouri. And Eddie in Chicago, the home of WGN Richard in Las Vegas, Dan in Minnesota. Another Dan in Oklahoma for the Sooners Look good yesterday really good against the Cowboys, then Matt in Cincinnati and many others and jacking California, The People's Republic of California. Welcome to the Bill Cunningham Show and Jack, How are you? Well, fine. Thanks, Bill. I want to talk tonight about the seemingly unlimited powers of emergency orders. Especially in light of these curfews. How about that? I do have a curfew in California. Gotta be home by 10 O'clock Pacific time. Yes. 10 to 5 here in Ohio. I gotta be home by 10 o'clock. I'm breaking curfew. But I guess I'm working and there's no reason to have a curfew. It is stupid, his government power that has no impact on the problem itself, And this thing's gonna work itself out Beginning your view. On what Governor Newsome is doing to the people of California. It's unconstitutional or go to court and proven Robert approval right now. Why? All right? Are you a justice? No. Okay, well, you got to go to court, and when you go to court, you generally lose. In Kentucky. Andy Bashir did the same kind of stuff he goes to all the way up to the Kentucky Supreme Court. And they rule. Guess what he has the power to do it. And so I don't know. You know, I thought we had a constitutional republic, Jack, but instead we have emergency orders that are appealed to the court system. You don't get respite there because they're not equipped to handle it. You have a fraudulent presidential election. In which the court system is not set up to handle it because it is too quick to be sworn in for the next president, so they dismiss everything. And I think that's the answer. Let's go to mark in Missouri Market Missouri. Welcome to the Bill Cunningham Show. Mark, How are you? Although I'm not going to get your right. This is the biggest heist in U. S history. Yes, other elections have been stolen, including probably the 1960 election. But we're talking a few 1000 votes in Chicago in Texas. But this is probably millions of votes. You're right. It's Donald Trump, who got 80 million votes of city power was saying that I mean there's the death of corruption here is just amazing. We had six states stopped counting at a same time and troop had insurmountable leads in those six states. And then the next day we find that most of them had disappeared. And like you say in these graphs they show in the middle of night. There's a spike for Joe Biden and like you were saying all those ballots that built it just for Joe Biden. This is obvious evidence. I mean, All these Republican legislators cannot be presented to them and can they not decide to throw the election to in Michigan that went to talk with the president came back and said, Look, We're going to certify the election, which will be done tomorrow. Monday or Tuesday. Then once it's certified, you can you can object to it. But if you count again and again and again illegal ballots, get the same number anyway. I mean, recounts kind of stupid. Worthless. That's one of the Georgia was a joke. I mean, they just kind of the same, but they didn't even Yeah, They even admitted it that that you weren't going to cap the recounted votes anyway, they were going to use the original cat. It's just ridiculous. And in Wisconsin They had a 90% turnout to close it possible that never happens in Australia. It's required to vote and they don't even get that their constant the highest ever upto. This point was like 67%, they get 91% turnout. That's not preventable. I've had such a big leader that they had to come up with all those votes in the middle of night Min effect. They as others of saying these Dominion they had program supposedly That to sway the election, But his lead were so big they had They panicked, and they had a critical venture. Both. So this is this is just like a true This is the continuation of the coup of the Russian collusion of the impeachment. This is a fraud election, and I have no doubt that Obama, Hilary Oros. China are all behind this. It's It's just a continuation of it. It's it's been planned from the beginning. And I say this, if, if in 2016. I think the election was on November. The 8 26, I think was the eighth. But but the next day on the ninth of November if they would have known Trump was gonna win Hey one No one in 2016. They would have let him win. This is crazy. This the United States of America, we can have a free and fair election, even something even close. I mean, this is not even close. This is not like a few dead people voting. This is a massive assault on our freedom and on the election's in six and probably more states. And all I'm saying is, if this information could be in the public, there's nothing that can be done about it within the next three weeks. I mean, it was the media's not curious because their guy won And God help the Supreme Court they basic decisions upon constitutional law. Upon the record. The record, which is the trial cannot be developed ahead of time for the for them to review what happened. How do you have a trial involving six states 400 counties. Hundreds of affidavits, you have to have a months long trial. If a person testifies, you have to have the opportunity to take their deposition ahead of time. If you've ever given a deposition in a federal lawsuit that could take a month or two just to set it up. We're now in the age of covert, in which courthouses are closed, and that's Tenaga version not available that jurors will not show up. And so even this, this is not a jury matter. It could be done with summary judgment or 12 B six or other mechanisms, But even that take months. I mean, I'm sure there's 400 affidavits in which people.

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"kentucky supreme court" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

05:13 min | 11 months ago

"kentucky supreme court" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"I mean, it was it originated here, the whole concept of it and encouraging people. You. What are they going to do? If you have more than eight people at your house for Thanksgiving, Chris? First of all, I don't see any of our sheriff's at least up here in northern Kentucky. Enforcing these mandates. And I've talked to several of our sheriffs who have flat out said they are not enforced in Visalia dates. You know the health Department. What? I have 12 15 people. Maybe they go out and enforcing these things. You know, I mean, at worst, some health department doodle shop in your house. I mean, but don't have arrest powers. So Well, none of these. None of these things are laws, even though the people behind them say they will. They have the power of law, but they're not really laws. Legislatures have to enact laws and they have to be signed by the governor. So why? Why is any of this legal Chris? Well, we've made all those arguments last week and the Kentucky Supreme Court and we know what they did. We know what they got to the Constitution of Kentucky. We know, you know, um e mean, really is Just mind boggling what they did, but, um I think You know if you ask them, and they would say that the Legislature passed on emergency power law that gave the government the ability issue of Archie orders that are punished as a misdemeanor and you know, and if you violate his orders, the Legislature said. It was a misdemeanor, so it's the equivalent of a law and You know, I obviously disagreed with it. I took the case up to the exciting Supreme Court. We did not prevail. We know what they did, but the politics of it. Um and you know, and now we're here doing what we're doing, but But I think when it comes to gatherings in assemblies of people, and there is a right to assemble right in the first Amendment, right? Um, I think one more dealing with that, Um we're now back in the federal realm on Ben that Theo on the private gatherings in the household is highly likely. To be a You know, a federal lawsuit that we're going to bring in the next week or two. And, you know, I think, um we'll end up prevailing on it. We have not lost a federal case. Yes. Um, why do you? Why do you think that the business protections couldn't be upheld in a federal federal court? So there has to be in the numerator federal constitutional rights? Something in the bill of rights, So so you have to point to some amendment. The federal bill of rights or in some constitutional them and or some federal constitutional provision. That would that he would be violating. And unfortunately you know, in the state Constitution, for instance, has the right to life. Liberty property etcetera. An article one There's no equivalent right in the federal Constitution that you have the freedom to assemble the speak their freedom of speech, freedom of religion free exercise. You know, right to bear arms, but there's no there's no right. Believe or not operate a business in the federal Constitution, but is if it's your business and you own that property. Isn't that a property right? Can't you make that argument? I mean, what song again? What I have to point to a federal enumerated right somewhere in the Constitution. And, you know, I mean, could we argue that what he's been doing is taking? Um, I haven't done it yet. That doesn't that doesn't stop the shutdown that just makes the government pay for Maybe that's enough. Um Oh, yeah. I mean, I mean, they ought to be on the hook for every penny that's lost by these businesses that there are bitterly shutting down because Those businesses are the property of the owners. Are they not? Yeah. And here's the rub on the dumbness takings claims if all he is doing is impairing the business. Not actually causing the shutdown of it. He's probably going to get away with it under under the regulatory takings Lina cases if he's actually putting a business out of business And I think that owners got a federal claim for at least the recompense of the money. But that was, unfortunately, what that's not going to do is sort of stopped. These regulations right is just going to compensation for the loss. Well, I know I appreciate the work you've been doing. We've talked all through this. You know, from time to time, Chris and I appreciate every bit of man hour and a bit of sweat and toil you put into this and I just say God love you, brother. Keep fighting, please. We are. We're going to keep keep plugging away. And at least until the Legislature comes back in January, hopefully does something about this and the rule is 39, a in Kentucky? It's what the statute has been using. It's the chapter of the revised statutes. It's care of 39 8 that he's been using. Abusing, um, abusing. Not using abusing anything. He abused it again today, Chris Weeks. Thank you, sir. Scary. Yep. Thank God Love you. God bless that man..

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Virus Surges to Record 159K Cases in a Day

Squawk Pod

01:16 min | 11 months ago

Virus Surges to Record 159K Cases in a Day

"United states said another grim record for coronavirus infections. One hundred fifty nine thousand in a single day. That's the ninth day in a row. With at least one hundred thousand cases one in every three hundred and sixty americans tested positive for cove it in the last week alone. According to data from the covid tracking project a couple of other pandemic headlines california became the second state to top a million cova cases a week after texas hit that milestone and kentucky supreme court has upheld. the governor's statewide mask mandate and capacity limits on restaurants The republican state attorney general had accused the democratic governor of exceeding his authority and the ivy league is called off winter sports for the year including basketball and hockey. We've got a lot of problems in the world but you gotta feel for the athletes that you spent so much time trying to hone their skills and it's just tough very very tough becky about the olympics about the olympians around the world that are hoping that their games. You've gone to school and high school that that you know. Look forward to that. You know after school every day while there isn't a lot of no school anyway so

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Kentucky Supreme Court upholds Gov. Beshear's mask mandate, emergency restrictions

Scott Sloan

00:15 sec | 11 months ago

Kentucky Supreme Court upholds Gov. Beshear's mask mandate, emergency restrictions

"Emergency orders related to covet. Put restrictions on businesses and people Governor Bashir is planning on giving an update on the still closed Brent Spence Bridge coming up in an hour. We will carry that for you Live Trump campaign adviser Koylu in Taos. Key has tested positive for Corona virus.

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"kentucky supreme court" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

05:33 min | 11 months ago

"kentucky supreme court" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"Is Mark Guilfoyle is an attorney who successfully argued in the Kentucky Supreme Court that the orders by Of an over share are acceptable. He's gonna be here in about 45. Minutes later on also is Congressman Davidson Eighth Congressional District took over from John Boehner. But until then, someone who is actually personally affected along with thousands of customers, and hundreds of employees is Britney Ruby. Of Jeff Ruby's Steakhouse fame, and Britney Ruby. Welcome again in the Bill Cunningham Show and Britney What is first of all your overall reaction to what the governor had to say about an hour ago. Oh, I want to thank you for standing up for my industry and on behalf of, you know, probably in Ohio 300 of our employees. We all appreciate you and I know there's Cincinnati restaurant community and Marty getting text. Thank you for being a voice to us. My my reaction yesterday to his Announcement. I needed to take 24 hours to sleep on it because I probably would have said something that I would have regretted. Today. I've had time to process and this morning actually really wanted to put my Myself in his shoes and reached out to you know the health care community that we're partnered with, and neither people right at the top, and there is concern which gives me great concern and should give everybody great concern. On. So I share his sentiment Stern with, however, in the same breath. I'm going to say that restaurant getting restaurant down, I believe will contribute to the problem. It will make it work, so we should be part of the solution. We are part of the solution. Have a number of reasons why I feel that way that I'm happy to share. But we need to be partnered with our officials right now to create an order. I'm sorry. Continue to operate called a compliant restaurant s o that we do not push people outside into Environments that are not controlled. Now, bring me the governor's point is and when I spoke to him yesterday and today, his point is, is that restaurants and bars are somewhat unique because when I was a chunk of the time you spend and a restaurant your mask is off because you're eating a drinking, enjoying it, But that's my decision As an American, if I want to go to Trios or McDonald's or our collar and Johnny's, and I want to sit there, as I did recently with friends and family members. It's a risk you take in life you were going in. You were going out. How do you respond to the argument? Unlike retail businesses in which the retail operators not going to be like, come like the police? And as far as having the mask on and off his point. Is that restaurants and bars unique because a good chunk of the time in the restaurant your mask is off. How do you respond to that? I think there's you got two options on how you're gonna eat which we all need to eat. Right? You can eat your house or you can eat at restaurants or you come to carry out obviously which I support. But what I can tell you about restaurants is we're doing all of the things that people are not doing at home. I can't I can't tell you this. I'm not wearing a mask at home with my family. I'm not sanitizing hard surfaces every hour. I'm not checking temperatures of everybody that walks in my door to ensure that you know we're doing wellness checks. We're not perfect, but not their certified cooks in home kitchens. And so I am not taking economic impact. You know that I am concerned about if if our if our industry shut down What? Truly look at what happened at home and to our communities. If you take controlled restaurant that service 51% of the food supply chain, and I go back to what I said in March that I've localized We should be restaurant should be in a same essential category at grocery stores and restaurants cannot operate as grocery stores cannot, if you do not have people in the building. Sending money. We do not have an infrastructure to service community's food would carry out in take out only so that's the only economic impact that I really want to mention, because I think the governor does not necessarily care about that for a restaurant. My Please. To him was today actually, And he responded. Thank you. You know you and I have good communication, which I do appreciate very much is that I think it will get worse. And I think he agrees to acknowledge restaurants aren't the problem. And so we can't be speaking out of both sides of our mouth when we're talking about finding a solution, which is what everybody wants. Now, as far as I brought up to the governor of the economic argument Which often falls upon barren ground because of it's a life and death matter. But economically Greg pants. Sarah told me on the air that he threw away $40,000 worth of inventory because of the shortness of time, and I brought it up to the governor that Tuesday or Wednesday. Most restaurants order the week's worth of food It's brought in. And then they sell it. If the governor goes through with this, this indication I won't call it a threat. It's an indication on Friday or Thursday if he announces restaurants or closed as a six o'clock tonight. How devastating without economic impact be in Ohio restaurants. Oh, she's back now. Did you hear my question? Do you hear my question? The last thing I heard it, did the governor then go ahead. Yeah, that I brought up to the governor that restaurants on inventory would have to lose tens of thousands of dollars.

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"kentucky supreme court" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

02:16 min | 1 year ago

"kentucky supreme court" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"And news wise when we have a decision from the Kentucky Supreme Court yesterday. Now puts into question the opening of what was supposed to be the newest gambling parlor in the Tri state and the Newport shopping Centre off Mama Street there close to being ready with a satellite location of Turfway Park. Part of it would be for simulcast racing and betting on horse races. But the bigger feature It was video slot style machines that would be operated in there. If you play them, it would seem like you were playing a slot machine in Ohio, right Orca Indiana. The difference being that the results of the slot machine were based on old races that had already been run. So they had thought that they had gotten around the law banning casino style gambling because of generating them in that way, But the Kentucky Supreme Court said yesterday that that is not the same is para mutual betting, which is legal in the state of Kentucky, and the future of these machines is in doubt. Churchill Downs says they feel like They're on solid ground with their machines. But it's really gonna be up to the Kentucky Horse Racing Commission to decide if they want to risk violating. I guess the Supreme Court order and continuing to allow this so they were supposed to open this Newport facility October 2nd. I guess they can still open the simulcast portion of it without any start betting is, but that's not where they make the money. Churchill Downs has got the big facility next to the racetrack Derby City game that they make millions off of, and so does the state of Kentucky. So ultimately, this is price something for the Legislature. Decided coming sessions to clarify what the law is moving forward. OK, coming up part is in 15 minutes, we'll have more on the contested Fall election and predictions that the results could take weeks. If not longer, Teo get to the point where we know who the winner is. Taels of seven news Radio seven w They're liars, cheaters of thieves that I have their letter bugs to classes. Skid Row time. Take a stuff. Law Crunch puddle up the streets..

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"kentucky supreme court" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

01:40 min | 1 year ago

"kentucky supreme court" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"Election Day. Now a couple of Republicans like main Susan Collins want the Senate toe wait until after the election. But most seem eager to get her done Normally, with traffic and weather together. 71 is closed at the little Tunnel for repairs. Otherwise no unusual delays on the highways. No crashes reported right now. Now ladies forecast from a train heating and cooling Weather Center on news radio 700 wlw. Sunny skies high of 72 Tonight we'll drop down to 46 starting off your Monday at 73. No rain expected for this week from your severe weather station. I'm nine for his warning forecaster Rave in Richard News radio. 700 wlw. It's 55 degrees this morning. Kentucky's reporting its second highest single day total of covert 19 cases yesterday, 1002 and seven new deaths that says covert 19 orders that he had done this year. How are being scrutinized by The Kentucky Supreme Court over the restrictions he imposed to slow the spread. When that decision comes down, we'll let you know what they say. Ah, freak over 19 testing is going on right now in Cincinnati, and you still have time to get there. Man's lows Army and it's Sunday outreach for homeless people will offer an additional service beginning today through December. Covert 19 testing. The organization is going to be set up on the plaza at the Hamilton County Justice Center on Sycamore Street in downtown Cincinnati until two o'clock. I have reached Sunday for the next couple of months. You see health is doing the covert tests. Maslow's army will be out there finding the homeless people who test positive. The organization says its goal.

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"kentucky supreme court" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

02:04 min | 1 year ago

"kentucky supreme court" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"A speed boat collided with a pontoon boat on the Ohio River last night it Ripley A search is underway for Stacy Harper and Darryl Kilgore. Crash remains under investigation 21 Corona virus related deaths reported while Ohio's cumulative cove it 19 case count grew by 1216 on Saturday. Yesterday's fatalities, boosting the total death count in the state to 4100 and 26 new numbers. Are due out around two o'clock this afternoon. There was some good news and some bad news yesterday when it comes to Cove. It 19 cases in Kentucky governor Bashir says it's good that Kentucky's positivity rate is staying below 5%. Actually, he wants it below four. But the governor says in a video posted to Facebook Saturday that he's worried that the coming week might be the highest on record. That plateau were at Simply too many cases. When you look at a 2% mortality rate, simply too many people were going to lose if we don't mask up if we don't socially distance if we don't do the things that it's going to take to make sure our numbers start to go down Saturday was the fourth highest on record for new cases with 825 and there were three new deaths. Matt Reese news radio 700 wlw. Meanwhile, governor Bashir and Attorney General Daniel Cameron have filed opposing briefs ahead of an upcoming legal showdown. Over the governor's Cove. It 19 emergency orders. The Kentucky Supreme Court has scheduled arguments for September 17th as Cameron accuses the governor of overstepping his constitutional authority. In a statement released yesterday, Cameron says, quote the governor simply does not have the authority to act as a one man legislature even during a pandemic. Bashir's arguing he does have the power to issue executive orders in the case of an emergency and that these orders are necessary to slow the spread of co vid 19 Red's going for a serious win over the Cubs this afternoon. Luis Castillo gets the start for Cincinnati of pre game coverage gets under way in just a few moments. Our next update at 12 30 Rick you Chino news radio 700 wlw. Right now Switch your family that T Mobile and get.

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01:36 min | 1 year ago

"kentucky supreme court" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

"Have an accident, somebody hitting utility pole. Knox and wires down there. Our next report in 15 minutes. Obama Ellis News radio Wait 40 w H A S Hi folks. With the updated forecast. Im Wook. Why Chief meteorologist J. Cardosi moving into this Friday night's a beautiful weather on the way clear, unpleasant 65 on the low. I'll look for your Saturday tons of sunshine Low humidities, but it will be warmer. Guys around 90 and for Sunday, becoming partly sunny, a little bit more humidity around that could trigger an isolated afternoon storm. Otherwise high temperatures again close to 90. That's your forecast. Im wook. Why? Chief Meteorologist J. Cardosi, Kentucky. Anna's breaking News, Weather and Traffic station. This's use radio Wait 40 w a Js Your news Now. Bye. Bashir says that brings the state's Copan 19 death toll up to 760 for today's numbers also show that there were another 573 new cases of the virus, including 21 Children. Under the age of five. At least 33,796 people have contracted Corona virus statewide. The FBI has taken Crystal Rogers car on Day two of the agency's investigation into the mother of fives disappearance. The car was found five years ago with keys still in the ignition. Rogers has been missing since 2015 and Kentucky Supreme Court will hear arguments in the case between governor Bashir and Attorney General Daniel Cameron on September.

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01:32 min | 1 year ago

"kentucky supreme court" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"Radar is clear. Not a bad start to your Monday, July the 20th 74 degrees the Kentucky Supreme Court late last week keeping Governor Andy this year's Corona virus related orders in effect, while legal challenges against them continue. The order that dropped Friday afternoon says the governor does have the power to declare such orders during a public health emergencies such as the pandemic. So all of this year's current executive orders, including the Mask mandate remain in effect for now. In his briefing later Friday, Bashir said, I'm not excited because that is or could be perceived A win. I'm relieved. I'm relieved because I've set up the last two nights. Not sleeping, worried about how many people would die if we didn't have any types of rules in place. Attorney General Daniel Cameron responded to the ruling via Twitter saying in part our goal in joining these cases is that the law is followed and the rights of Kentucky and are protected. I'm Suzanne Duval, the name of the truck driver that led police on a wild chase over the weekend has been identified. Police say the driver is 40 year old Patrick Birth alot from Alabama. His ride through the Tri state was a First for assistant Cincinnati police Chief Paul Nuta Gate. I have seen anything like this in 30 plus years of police birth, alot charged with kidnapping his wife right now, maybe more charges in the future, having to stop a semi tractor on the highway that's going to kill somebody. That's a new one for us. New tickets as a SWAT sniper fired into birth alos engine is he drove by about 70.

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02:07 min | 1 year ago

"kentucky supreme court" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"News Radio 700 WLW radar showing a clear sky our current temperature 77 degrees, and it's a traffic update. Getting our traffic information refresh those previous accidents and disabled vehicles have been cleared as of now. Ohio's governor rejects a bill that looked to limit the power of state and local health officials has promised Governor DeWine has vetoed Senate Bill 55 which would have stripped the state health director and local health leaders from enforcing orders. The bill would have de criminalized violations of public health orders, along with increasing penalties on drug trafficking near a treatment center. The governor has said he supports the drug trafficking penalty increase. It couldn't sign off on the changes to public health. I'm Jack Crumley, the Kentucky Supreme Court says. For now, the Corona virus related orders put in place by Governor Andy Bashir will stay in place. The governor doing a briefing today said he's relieved that the state's highest court intervened and is preventing an injunction on the Boone County from blocking all orders until the high court could have a thorough review. What the Supreme Court has done has ensured the safety and the lives of Kentucky as well, the same time. Say, and they'll hear all the substantive arguments later. I'm happy to do that folks this year, says odors that allows students to graduate and orders mandating regular cleaning. The businesses are among those that would have been blocked by the lower court. There were 531 newcomer 19 cases reported in Kentucky today, along with a new deaths. Indiana also reporting eight new deaths over the last 24 hours and 747 new cover 19 cases drive in theaters are re emerging during the pandemic. Now another way to watch movies while social distancing is coming. A floating movie theater is coming to the Queen City this fall. The company beyond Cinema says that they're going to bring the attraction to the city during the week of September 23rd But they haven't said where they're going to be located or which movies they're going to show. The cinema will have 12 to 24. Many boats that hold up to a people and tickets do require that you said. Your friends and family on ly that way People are properly social distancing on and between the boats. I'm Sara Lee's news radio 700 WLW Angles wide receiver A J. Green signing his franchise tag today as he will be reporting to training camp..

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03:16 min | 1 year ago

"kentucky supreme court" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

"Led here in news, Radio. 40 S and Governor Ritchie here may have read the sigh of relief. Just a few minutes ago, the Kentucky Supreme Court. Has left in place. Governor Bashir's orders stopping the Boone County judge from From actually well, stopping those orders. They have frozen things in place. Apparently, the Kentucky Supreme Court will hear this and we'll get a final verdict on all of this. So the court has left the executive orders in place at this time. Governor Bush here. I'm sure will have a lot more to say about this. Uh, this afternoon. He was He was not shy about his feelings regarding this yesterday, really talking about Attorney General Cameron and how dangerous he thought this whole thing Wass, you know, at at some point, and of course, the Legislature will come back in January and I will would assume they will do some things to limit the governor's executive power. At some point you would hope the governor and the Legislature could get together on some of these things that I don't know in this climate how realistic it is for that to happen. But it's certainly something that it's something we can hope for. Anyway. I don't know how how realistic it is, but we'll see what the Kentucky Supreme Court says That is probably good news for governor Bashir. He has wanted this thing before the Supreme Court and it looks like he's going to get his wishes. The court has sort of frozen things employment. For this moment, And really the story of Judge Tear of Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg is is really interesting. She is. Ah, lady that just keeps fighting. She's 87 years old now. And I think it was 11 years ago, she had pancreatic cancer and be remember. Comment made by by by Senator Bunning that she would wouldn't live long and, of course, Senator Bunning has has has passed on many years ago. Ruth Bader Ginsburg continues to to Ah, serve on the Supreme Court. She says she has had some success with with some chemotherapy, which has shrug some tumors on her liver. We don't know if this is an additional bout of cancer, this exactly how this all works. It was very carefully worded, so there's a Is a lot that we really don't know. But she says she is going to continue to do her job. There is a recess right now, and they are expected to get back in session the first Monday in October, but she has been she has been hanging in there for for a long time in President Trump Was was made aware that she was hospitalized The other day, said he wishes her well. I can't imagine anybody doing that job. But 87 years of age. I understand how a CZ time goes on. I mean, my gosh, it ah! You know to have a full schedule for anybody, regardless of their politics or anything like that, at 87 is is a push. I would think, but at any rate that's the latest on Ruth Bader Ginsburg. We're coming up on 21 before four o'clock, it's Joe.

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01:40 min | 2 years ago

"kentucky supreme court" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

"Son Kyle at the hospital with a bunch of the chrisley Pam including chase and Savannah is hospitalized after a bad reaction to some medication but Todd rice said he's doing great and we are back to the ground seven forty nine eleven await the late coming up Paul Rogers has jackets which could set the set for the cats tomorrow ten o'clock pregame noon that took off and of course by Joseph you call the game the cards will be opening up the season against our name on Monday more all coming your way the first will Clark has headlights top of the hour thanks Tony here the stories we're following this morning we got continuing coverage of hurricane watch out of Florida the state bracing for Dorian's arrival as a category for this holiday weekend we'll get the latest in the sunshine state plus governor Bevin is basking in the glow of a new Kentucky Supreme Court ruling I'm Haley Hanson more on that story up next it will get a look at traffic and weather for the Friday Dr it all comes your way in ten minutes here in Kentucky and this morning news are you ready to hash tag days loud Loudon county is known for its authentic farm to table cuisine and award winning chefs is thrilled to invite you to the second annual Latin restaurant week now through August thirtieth for info on special menus giveaways and more visit Loudon restaurant week dot com and Newburgh road and Terry it can run road crash traffic slowing down through Floyd county between the Georgetown wraps and one fifty well credit coming in on seventy one south bound for press would endure Snyder freeway ramps our next report in ten minutes about the Ellis newsradio eight forty WHAS looking for work aerotek recruiting has immediate seasonal jobs available in customer service warehouse production health care and more.

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01:38 min | 2 years ago

"kentucky supreme court" Discussed on KOMO

"Billion dollars six five billion dollars don't Sackler question about the profiting alleged aggressive marketing of the drug that has been linked to the U. S. opioid epidemic these tapes represent the first time the public will see a member of the Sackler family the question about whether or not Purdue pharma played a role and spawning the national crisis on Monday after a three and a half year legal battle brought by stat which is part of Boston globe life sciences media the Kentucky Supreme Court cleared the way for the release of the court records relating to Purdue pharma's marketing of oxy cotton the company was accused of falsely promoting oxy cotton including failing to alert doctors that he was stronger than morphine no way that this intended or have the effect of causing physicians to overlook the fact that it was twice as follows it was called out in virtually every promotional piece of literature that I deposition was from a court case at Purdue pharma settle for more than twenty million dollars they are facing more than two thousand other lawsuits they maintain they are not responsible for fueling the opioid crisis we actually were from doctor cycles attorney who says oxy cotton has carried a black box warning since two thousand one and has an abused to turn formulation since twenty ten as for Johnson Johnson at five hundred seventy two million dollar settlement against whether pharmaceutical companies they say the company called did not cause the over the crisis in Oklahoma and they will appeal that decision as the final.

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03:19 min | 2 years ago

"kentucky supreme court" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

"Top story is Marci's law. Kentucky supreme court, upholding the ruling of a trial court that said the ballot question for Marci's law was insufficient. Meaning the measure won't take effect center. Whitney westerfield was the Bill sponsor. He tells W H O P radio disappointing to see an overwhelming number. Create crime victims right in our constitution. Because doubt westerfield says the measures not dead. He expects support for the Bill and the twenty twenty legislative session. It's six thirty two at News Radio eight forty. W. H. A S university of Lova president Neely been to booty says Jewish hospital is not an immediate danger of closing. Paul miles has the details. You appel pulled out of negotiations to by Jewish and other Kentucky, one health properties school, president, daily Benda pootie says they could not find a partner to help fund the acquisition credit to my born into our people that we said, we've got to at least try are we disappointed? Yes, because we're been great to make things work university related doctors provide services at Jewish and the schools medical residents trained, their Ben depote says you must be given at least ninety days notice if Jewish hospital work to close or a buyer, ended contracts with the university, Paul miles. Newsradio eight forty W H, A S, we go now to the White House press secretary, Sarah Huckabee. Sanders is exiting that role at the end of the month. White House correspondent, Ben Tracy says she had a combative relationship with many in the press corps during her two years as press secretary she not only spoke for him dragster you engaged with you. And she often spoke a lot like him to. It's frankly, I think sad and pathetic that gutless anonymous source could receive so much attention from the media Sanders could be combative in Kurt. She rarely hid her feelings for some members of the press corps and their questions and everybody in this room is trying to do their job. I disagree completely from there. We head to Capitol Hill, where a house committee will hold a hearing over White House adviser Kellyanne Conway's repeated violations of the hatch act. The independent office of special counsel recommended the Conway be fired for her violations of the law. That's. His federal employees are barred from engaging in campaigning, while in their official capacity Elijah, Cummings oversight committee plans a hearing for June twenty six, he says, Conway is invited to give her side of the story the decision to fire Conway, by the way, rests with the president administration officials say that's not likely to happen. Bill, Rakoff, CBS, news, Capitol Hill. And if you're a fan of me, if this new study is probably a problem for you. A new report says the most meat products won't come from animals by twenty forty global consulting firm AT currently predicts sixty percent of meat will be grown in vats, or made from plant based products. The report estimates more than a third of all meet will be cultured about twenty five percent will be vegan replacements. It concludes the global demand for meat products will prompt a transformation to a more sustainable system than the slaughtering of animals. The report also notes the growing trend towards vegetarian vegan lifestyles your next news update comes.

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