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Get the money out now
"We didn't get any relief. Bill from the congress and i i want i want to tell me why i wish i knew. I mean honestly. There's been this ongoing stalemate for months and months and months and the need the scale of the need for a bill is just demonstrable at this point right if you look at the numbers for various measures of economic hardship things like hunger or housing insecurity on employment They're huge so it's not as if congress doesn't know that there's a huge amount of need urgent need for them to act particularly given the fact that something like two dozen additional programs that have been holding families together are about to expire around christmas. But there seems to be this logjam over what should actually go into the bill and you know what what tools would be acceptable to help these families and businesses for that matter sue journalists. Take that a little bit farther right. We've got a piece coming up from kimberly adams here in a minute on liability protections which mitch mcconnell wants the state the democrats want state and city Funding to help them through the squeeze Is it possible. Catherine says they can't not know. And i'm going to throw you the same question D- do they really not know. I don't know the answer to that is impossible. It's impossible to now. I mean. I think i think what's really interesting in what is going to continue to be. The core issue is that lawmakers on both sides recognize that there is a massive new. Do something you know. There's there's fairly broad consensus that. They need to come to an agreement that they need to do before christmas. That we can't just you know sort of any year in not not come up with a solution in. I think that's why it's so surprising. And so interesting that it's taken so long to get there and it does seem like it's really boiling under these two issues at this point that's the whole distance between them But you know these two issues could be enough to scupper it. do you think katherine that. It's possible that they go home for christmas. And nothing is done and they say know what biden's coming in in january and let the new congress in the new administration figure it out. Unfortunately i think it is. I think it's a terrible failure of leadership. If that happens. I mean it's been an unforgivable failure of leadership that they haven't come to some sort of deal by now But the idea that in the days after christmas you'll have tons of people who get evicted. Who lose their Their unemployment benefits who suddenly have to start paying their student loan bills again have to pay their their mortgage payments again. Things that were in forbearance I think that would be a terrible terrible outcome. But i would not. I would not put it beyond congress for that to happen. Unfortunately because again it's been months at this point and they don't seem to have Endured any sort of political retribution. For not acting and so. What's to keep them from doing that soon. I hope that they act. But i'm very concerned that they won't do. You know a quick turn to the federal reserve here as we talked about perhaps in this segment last time you were on but definitely on the program at some point in the last couple of weeks. treasury six year mnuchin As we all know has decided that the for some of the federal reserve beginning programs under the care act ought to end it. It's worth pointing out that. While they were undersubscribed they did add some stability here. And i think it's also worth pointing out that they were undersubscribed. bydesign right. They were they were created on terms. That were meant to be extra. And some of them were created to work in exactly the kind of environment that we're about to go into a situation in which things are getting worse credit availability. Use may be getting a little bit worse as a result and you know companies and municipalities need. Need that backup auction in our sort of taking away right right as it may be needed. So i'm gonna. I'm gonna go sooner than i anticipated to. The old standby On a friday on this program. What is jay. Powell thinking genus. Malik you get to go first. The fed meets next week. The chairman will a conference and there will be all kinds of questions but in in five words or less. What do we think is going through his mind right now. Going to get worse before it gets better. He told me that's like nine. But okay all right. i'll buy that catherine. What do you think. Get the money out. Now about it Well look it's the mantra. I think of a lot of economists at this point. Other economic policymakers powell among other federal reserve officials have said as much not in those exact not in that five word phrasing but that they want more fiscal relief. That the ball is really in congress's court at this point to get something done that. The fed will continue to use whatever tools it has available. Whatever their usual You know boilerplate his on that but really they need help from congress
Thanksgiving Food Drive In New Jersey Breaks Records
"The food and secure and Morristown or having a Great Thanksgiving, thanks to the success of an annual food driving, Okay, Whatever. Just Kimberly Adams joins us in Kim. Apparently this food drive broke some records. Yes, Indeed. This year's a horse Town Homeschool Association, Thanksgiving food drive, collected Maura turkeys and pies than ever before. So, says Chairperson Ronnie to Brady. Our goal was originally to collect 315 turkeys and pies. And we ended up exceeding that by collecting 403 turkeys and 387 pies. So it was really wonderful to see that this book Donated from residents went to places like Mend housing, which is a faith based, affordable housing community and 20 Oaks, which is the county social service agency. Brady says the group of volunteers, you know they kind of thought maybe there might be some setbacks due to the pandemic, but they were pleasantly surprised. And we're more than happy to help out being in a pandemic of being closed up into our houses and wanting to try to do something, even if it's something little giving a turkey or pie. I mean, such a big difference to the families who receive those by the way, it only took four. Was to collect all of this food, and there were even some leftovers to go to some food pantries nearby. And you know, you certainly love to see it. That's Kay. Whatever use Kimberly Adams telling, telling us
Philadelphia's Academy of Natural Sciences reopens with new safety measures
"Sciences Sciences at at Drexel Drexel University University is is reopened reopened after after closing closing its its doors doors due due to to the the pandemic. pandemic. Is Is Kay Kay would would abuse abuse Kimberly Kimberly Adams Adams tells tells us us public public safety safety and and comfort comfort going going to to be be their their top top priority. priority. The The second second that that we we shut shut up up shop, shop, we we began began to to think think what is the world gonna need when we reopened? Academy of Natural Sciences of Drexel University President Dr Scott Cooper says his team has been planned mode since the pandemic began. We spoke to our members and our visitors to make sure that we're providing something that they wanted, and most importantly, made me feel safe restrictions are in place on the number People who can enter the building at one time, so there's a lot of breathing room for everybody. They can feel comfortable. They're not going to be shoulder to shoulder with people outside of their social part sign. It will show people how to navigate the facility. There will be hand sanitizer cleaners working, too, and no one is permitted without a mask and help with crowd control. We've also got time ticketing, You need to book your slot on the hour. As far as exhibits the academy's picking up where we left off with Lulu, the two toed sloth so Lulu will be back, surviving the slowest with it's torrential ascend tortoises, plus a wildlife photography. Sedition and much more. There's much to enjoy. But there's much to watch out for as well. For more
It's a lot harder to get out the vote during a pandemic
"They say meet the voters where they are especially if they're your friends on the Internet from American public media, this is marketplace tech I'm molly would. It's a lot harder to get out the vote. During a pandemic political strategist and organizers are trying to buy new ways to reach voters and potential voters, research shows that usually in person interactions are the most effective technique, but now organizers are turning to an old idea. A turnout captain, a local volunteer who whips up voting interest, but combined with targeted data and sometimes APPs, and they're finding that that combination can really work marketplace's Kimberly Adams covers money and politics and did some reporting on this for us. Things like knocking on the doors of strangers to be in their face about a candidate does not work in a pandemic, and there seems to be a shift among sort of the political strategists and the get out the vote folks to really look at something that's called relational organizing, and I spoke with her thick Balasubramaniam. He's at Howard. University works a lot with data and with campaigns on this idea of relational organizing and. And here's how he explains it. Essentially you make a list of your family members, friends and neighbors, and because of research we know that the Messenger really really matters way more effective than TV digital or radio is when you hear a pitch straight from someone that you'd know and trust, and that makes these things a lot more effective according to the research. We've seen so far right. Do apps like this exist now? Sort of this APP called turnout nation. The founder Mark Mullen was telling me that with this APP. Basically, it doesn't necessarily push people to you, but you just say hey I want to get more people out to vote. Here are ten of my friends and family that I am committing to help them get registered and help them turn out to vote, and whereas a traditional campaign method of saying, knocking on the doors of strangers can boost turn out by like two percent. Their method boosted turn out by about thirteen percent. And why is that because it's more personal? Not just because it's more personal, but with turn out nation for example and a lot of the ways that this sort of get out the vote tech is being deployed for relational organizing much of it is not associated with a particular campaign. Most up vote efforts are run by candidate campaign specifically they tend to sort of be focused on a huge amount of stranger to stranger contact, and the last maybe month or three weeks before the election, but there are a lot of people. People who want to increase turnout and do other things to support American democracy year round and A. They don't necessarily want to do it in the service of this or that candidate and they only want to do it just before before Elections Right so folks like Mullen who work on this say that not only are volunteers more likely to get involved when you strip out the politics, but they also say that people respond better as well when you're just saying. Hey, you should vote. To Hey, you should vote for this particular candidate so obviously like this is a unique moment because of the pandemic, but it sounds like if it's that effective, and if you know, events may become less popular or good old fashioned door. Knocking becomes less popular at. The groundwork for a different type of digital campaigning in the future I think there's going to have to be a different type of digital campaigning. Now you can imagine some hesitancy by campaigns to us. Sort of this turnout captain model that that Molin is highlighting because they don't necessarily want everyone to turn out to vote. They want the people who were going to vote for their candidate to turn out to vote and the individual campaigns are scrambling because our entire campaign infrastructure is built on sort of these face to face interaction. A lot of that is just out the window.
Philadelphia - Johnson's Corner Farm implements restrictions due to coronavirus pandemic
"Farm farm finds finds new new ways ways to to entertain. entertain. It's It's guest guest during during the the pandemic, pandemic, as as we we hear hear from from KOW KOW used used Kimberly Kimberly Adams Adams summer summer is is the the busiest busiest time time of of year year Johnson's Johnson's corner corner farm farm in in light light of of the the pandemic. pandemic. The The fresh fresh fruit, fruit, country country menu menu and and family family activities activities are are still still there, there, but but they they take take on on a a new new approach, approach, says says Johnson's Johnson's worker. worker. Oh, Oh, and and bloom bloom like like this, this, you you were were only only doing doing birthday birthday parties parties in in the the small small capacity capacity and and we've we've had had Cancel Cancel all all of our camp trips and company picnics up until September is when we started booking again, this sunflower celebration Discovery Animal Barn and rides for kids will all be conducted with safety in mind is a little bit different Now. You do have to wear a mask when you're in the barnyard kids under to do not for guidelines that we've been given, but everywhere else from or playing on the playground and stay wearing masks, and we're constantly wiping down our equipment. The store is still open shop masks and gloves are required Blend like says even though there have been some changes, the farm has seen some growth with its full online store in contact list. Pick up We have the availability. We have the room and people looking for something to do. We would love to have him come over. We would love to see them. Kimberly Adams, K y W News radio and for
What it means to defund police
"Conversation that we're having in this country right now about systemic economic racism. Turns today on three words, De Fund, the police. In Minneapolis where George Floyd was killed by police. A Super Majority of the city council there says it wants to dismantle its police force, and in part because that defined the police has become kind of a catch phrase for a really complicated problem, so marketplace's Kimberly. Adams spent her day today, talking to people about what it might mean, concepts like defunding or dismantling or even abolishing the police are a bit more nuance to then may come across a protest. Chant Christy Lopez is co director of the innovative policing program at Georgetown Law and used to work at the Department of Justice Investigating police departments. She says when people talk about defunding police. It doesn't mean that you route budgets for public safety. It may mean that you decrease. Get rid of the police department per se, but you might still have something like an office of public safety. So, what would it do? Ron Surpass spent thirty years in law. Enforcement Police chief in New Orleans in Nashville, chief of the Washington State Patrol, and in all that time about ninety percent of all the police department calls that I've looked at in my life. have nothing to do with a major uniform crime. Crime has nothing to do right murder robbery burglary assault theft auto, nothing surpass now teaches at Loyola University in New Orleans. He says cop spend most of their time. Responding to auto accidents, noise complaints, lots of calls about people dealing with substance abuse. And when someone is having a mental health crisis, we often are sending out the police. Sue Abdur Holden runs the Minnesota branch of the National Alliance on mental illness she. She says the state has mobile mental health crisis teams that can respond. Unfortunately, they're not fully funded so that they can respond twenty four seven to every call that comes in which means the police legally have to says Jim Birch President of the National Police Foundation. The bottom line is who else would you call on a Saturday afternoon or in the middle of the night on a Friday night to come and respond. Respond to help address a dispute or disagreement. There literally is no one else to
Oil futures point higher Sunday night after OPEC+ extends output cuts to July
"OPEC now the oil cartel held a meeting over the weekend the virtual meeting obviously we're decided to extend record cuts in oil production through July the idea of course being to keep oil prices up marketplace's Kimberly Adams reports the decision comes on the back of months of major volatility in the oil markets global demand for oil fell off a cliff as country after country locked down during the pandemic that's meant lower gas prices for consumers but a tough time for oil producers now that countries are starting to open up oil price trends are reflecting the change Robert Johnston is with the Eurasia group key parts of the world it's got it all traces back almost forty dollars a barrel and we had negative pricing for elite US will also come back a long ways so the question is ready go from here maybe not that far says Louise Dickson at restart energy she says oil's recovery will be slow and stunted by the sheer economic impact of countries and economies in GDP overall lower household spending left in this travel fewer people buying new vehicles and any recovery will also depend on what happens next with the
Powell warns of lasting damage without more aid
"A brief sampling. If I might of some of the choices phrases from Fed chair j Powell's well what was it a Webinar an online Q. and A. I guess after a quick set of remarks today sponsored by the Peterson Institute. Anyway here are some of the relevant things. The Chairman of the Federal Reserve had to say about this economy this morning. He said there's a possibility that there could be lasting damage. That things are both highly uncertain and they pose significant downside risks and that fiscal policy makers congress. That is although they've done a lot need to do. More additional fiscal support could be costly but worth it if it helps avoid long-term damage and leaves us with a stronger recovery. This trade off is one for our elected. Representatives who wield powers of taxation spending now to be fair fed chairs for years. Have been saying the same thing. Ben by Kimberly. Can I interject here for a minute? Kimberly Adams you are more than welcome to interject. Welcome to the program by the way thank you thank you so I mean you know I cover Washington and to be fair. Congress has done a lot of things in response to the Cova nineteen pandemic. We've had multiple rounds of stimulus and as we saw from house. Democrats just yesterday. They're working on another round. Well Yeah but two. Things Number One The the House Democrats bill probably going nowhere. Because Mitch McConnell the leader in the Senate has as much said so number two this economy as you know is defending strating in real time and yet here we have Congress con uh going back and forth although that is a great deployment of that. Sat word all pieces of legislation are originally when they come out of such a bitterly divided Congress going to be a wishlist to some extent but we should put this in a bit of context because the first couple of rounds of stimulus really were. Oh my good Lord. What are we going to do? Throw everything at this. Let's just try to again. Stop the economy from off a cliff but we also don't know how well what we've done already is working and house speaker. Nancy Pelosi basically said that this morning on MSNBC look. We're still waiting on data to see how this works and Mitch. Mcconnell has also said look we need to wait and see how the opening goes. How what we've already put out. There works before we can spend any more money on this now at the same time. The longer we wait the more the economy suffers. But there is sort of a wait-and-see moment we seem to be in right now. Okay Fair enough. Do you think before we get back to our regularly. Scheduled programing here DEA. Think there's going to be another bill I mean. Is there any doubt about that? Oh yeah there has to be more and I think what we heard from. Fed Chair Powell. Today is even more evidence of that and everybody knows there has to be more which means there is quite the lobbying scramble happening here in Washington because everybody wants a piece of it Kimberly Adams our Washington correspondent more from her in the program. A plan story as opposed to this Unexpected player Kimberly. Thanks a lot now. Problem One more item from bell this morning. The Fed is going to release a survey tomorrow. He said showing almost forty percent of those in households making less than forty thousand dollars a year had lost a job in March anti pointed out as he always does the Fed share that it was only in the last couple of years of the expansion. That is now over that people on the lower part of that income curve started to feel any of the gains. So there's that from the Fed chair
Political advertising during COVID-19 is the calm before the storm
"The Kobe. Nineteen pandemic has decimated digital advertising. But that may actually be good. I political campaigns online is way cheaper right now and that makes it easier for candidates to get in front of voters many of whom are a captive audience. While working from home that could give a boost to independent candidates but it could also mean that online ads are way more accessible to bad actors looking to spread misinformation for right. Now though according to marketplace's Kimberly Adams our political reporter in Washington. No one's really running any ads at all. It is usual at this time in a campaign for political ads to kind of drop off but almost no one has been running any ads. Everyone's worried that because all anyone wants to consume online is either things that make you happy or things related to Co vid. There's not really much return on investment. Even if you do take advantage of these cheaper ad prices to run a political ad. Who does that end up benefiting if anybody in the short term? I mean it sounds like that could be a big boost to incumbents absolutely because fundraising is so hard in this environment. Anybody who's trying to sort of get into a race or maybe relatively unknown or is God. Help them trying to get in media attention environment. This makes it really really challenging so their campaigns and even advocacy groups that maybe wanted to do a ballot initiative are having to balance out whether or not they want to take advantage of these cheap digital ad prices or if they want to just wait and hope that things open back up again and then maybe try to run ads later. That said I was speaking with Tim. Lamb of limb consulting services. He's a works with a lot of Democratic candidates in groups here in DC and he was saying well if there ends up being a second wave of infections as many are predicting in the fall. That's sort of at the peak of when you would have those ads. So what do we do then But even though candidates might not be buying a lot of digital advertising right now for the moment is in digital kind of the only game in town right and in many ways. The lockdown is freeing up more resources for these campaigns to spend on digital and so instead they're investing that money in digital outreach whether that be online phone banking or doing polls because people are stuck at home and they're going to answer the phone or developing new digital ads and working on their targeting strategies. So that money is going to be spent. It just won't be spent in the ways that it usually is right and so we may find that what we end up with is a supernatural campaign right if you got tired of seeing political ads during the primary if this really gets going and there is an opening for political advertising. It's GonNa be a lot and then there is also this question of digital advertising and its effect on misinformation and so. I wonder if it's cheaper. A lot of people are online consuming information. Does that make us more susceptible to messaging meant to polarize us? Does it make disinformation that much more accessible to parties? Who would want to do harm in any case if you make it cheaper for bad actors to get their message in front of people of course it increases the risk that that misinformation is going to spread further and faster and I think that's why you're seeing sort of an increase crackdown by these social media sites and People who are really active in this area about consumer awareness of this issue and so as we get further along into the campaign you can absolutely imagine that people are going to exploit the strain that all of these systems are under to get messages out there that are either untrue or at least stretching the truth quite a bit. That's marketplace's Kimberly Adams in Washington. Dc Forbes has a piece this week noting that this had already been kind of strange year for political advertising since the winter saw huge amounts of spending especially by Michael Bloomberg so between the pandemic and expected spring drop spending overall not just online peaked at twenty one point five million dollars a week just before Super Tuesday and then dropped to around five million dollars a week by the end of April. You can find a link to that story at our website. Marketplace Tech Dot
As the coronavirus epidemic grows, China prepares to cut tariffs
"We will begin with an update and the trade war with China which has perhaps begun the official cooling off period China's government announced that it will reduce tariffs on more than seventeen hundred US products these cuts will kick in a week from tomorrow and that's the same day American tariffs on some Chinese products are said to be reduced as well now there was a time when this would be just an incremental step in the phase one deal we might even noted in passing and get on to other things but context is key here as market place's Kimberly Adams reports this move comes as China is grappling with the continuing fallout from the corona virus the human cost of the outbreak is growing hundreds dead and tens of thousand sick when down John teaches economics at Iowa State University he says at the risk of that China's economy might not grow as fast this year has markets questioning whether the virus will specifically impact China's ability to implement the US China face one deal he said that's part of the reason China is reducing tariffs this dab brings some the certainty and shows China's willingness to continue on Kerry outs the promises in the face one deal the White House has expressed concern China might need to delay some parts of the deal like promised purchases of US agricultural products Joshua Meltzer is a senior fellow at the Brookings Institution he says those purchases had people scratching their heads even before the virus outbreak effective later the deal requires Chanda double purchases and it's not clear how this is going to be done not just because there may not be enough market demand in China but also because U. S. farmers need to ramp up production Matt slaughter is dean of the tuck school of business at Dartmouth that depends on not just the investments they make in their seed and fertilizer all those things but the vagaries of the weather slaughter says whether China can stay on track with the phase one deal objectives will depend on just how bad the human and economic costs of the coronavirus turn out to be in Washington I'm Kimberly Adams for
China Will Cut Tariffs In Half On $75 Billion Of U.S. Products
"We will begin with an update in the trade war war with China which has perhaps begun the official cooling off period China's government announced that it will reduce tariffs on more than seventeen hundred US products these cuts cuts will kick in a week from tomorrow. And that's the same day. American tariffs on some Chinese products are set to be reduced as well now. There was a time when this would be just just an incremental step in the phase one deal we might even noted in passing and get onto other things but context is key. Here as marketplace's Kimberly Adams reports this move comes. As China is grappling with the continuing fallout from the corona virus. The human cost of the outbreak is growing hundreds dead and tens of thousands sick when Don John Teaches economics at Iowa State University. He says the risk that China's economy might not grow as fast. This year has has markets questioning whether the virus will specifically impact China's ability to implement the US China face. One deal he said. That's part of the reason. China is reducing tariffs the stat. Bring some to certainty and shows China's willingness to continue to carry out the promises in in the face when deal the White House has expressed concern. China need to delay some parts of the deal like promised purchases of US agricultural products Joshua Meltzer services senior fellow at the Brookings Institution. He says those purchases had people scratching their heads even before the virus outbreak effectively. The deal required under under double purchases. And it's not clear how this is going to be done not just because there may not be enough market demand in China but also because us US farmers need to ramp up production. Matt slaughter is Dean of the Tuck School of business at Dartmouth that depends on just the investments they make in their seed and fertilizer closings. But the vagaries of the weather slaughter says whether China can stay on track with the phase one deal objectives will depend on just how bad the human and economic economic costs of the corona virus. TURN OUT TO BE IN WASHINGTON. I'm Kimberly Adams for marketplace.
What weighs down GDP?
"Not for the first time I am on this program. We take our lead from our early rising colleagues on the marketplace morning report. The News News there. The News context here and this morning early with the markets bouncing back. After the agenda of yesterday it went like this well the problem is the market's been doing an awful lot better than the fundamentals. That's David David Kelly a morning report regular also the chief global strategist at J.P. Morgan funds talking to David Brancaccio. This morning say more. Though would you Mitch Kelly about those fundamentals. It's going to get a GDP number tomorrow over two percent. And why is that. Just two percent you know between the federal government of the Federal Reserve. Got All the stimulus being poured into the economy. And it's not actually helping economy grow that's tossed so we got tears in Clare on the phone. She's a professor of economics at George Washington University to break things down a little before us one of the big things that we were watching was the role of the tax cuts and jobs act. Also the Fed of course keeping interest rates low. So that means that we're looking at savers. Trying to find a place to put their money to earn some income and that pushes more more money towards the stock market which gets us to it does look like a stock market and the real economy are potentially out of line. Aw but there is more to the fundamentals than just GDP at the same time if we look at other figures such as what's been going on in the labor market there is that fifty year low unemployment. Of course things are still remarkably good particularly when we think about how long this expansion has lasted. Don't zone on eleven years now which helps explain why people are getting jittery. When unforeseen stuff happens that corona virus really being the the driver of of that tumble and that people are worried that that might affect the Chinese economy that was yesterday? The Corona virus in the markets today traders apparently decided the corona virus. Isn't that big a deal but look fundamentally this whole thing is all about confidence right. How much consumers? which as we've been telling you for years now are the single biggest driver of this economy? How much they think things are going to be okay so to that end a little compare and contrast now we learned today from the Commerce Department that orders for durable goods big expensive things postal last couple of years? We learned those orders were up in December so far so good but there is a certain line-item in that report that we pay attention to capital capital goods equipment that businesses by to produce more stuff orders for those dropped which is not a good look for business investment consumer confidence though how we all feel about the economy. We learned that today improved more than expected so the essay question goes like this. Why do you businesses seem to be skeptical about the economy while consumers think things are maybe not so bad? Marketplace's Kimberly Adams got the assignment. Consumers are feeling better about the economy because after a long recovery since the recession Josh Gibbons at the Economic Policy Institute says most people they have really beaten beaten down expectations in. So if you look over the past year unemployment's pretty low. Wages are doing not great but okay. Maybe they're like this is as good as it's been for a while but business investment has been slowing for months now and economists like to pay close attention to those numbers because weak business investment. Eventually the ripples through the rest of the economy in so if you're trying to predict whether or not say a recession is coming. Durable goods will sometimes sort of go down more quickly than other parts and be a better forecasting instrument because business investments in durable goods are a reflection of companies own forecasts. Alison Schrager is a senior. A fellow at the Manhattan institute she says businesses are looking at the economy. Five ten twenty years from now as opposed to consumers are really experiencing Very strong economy and their outlook is appreciably shorter also when businesses invest are also often now more more thinking about global markets not just domestic markets markets and with the trade war far from over and risks from climate change. The outlook for the global economy is a bit uncertain just now in in Washington. I'm Kimberly Adams for Marketplace
Walt Disney Q4 2019 Earnings Preview
"Later today quarterly results are due from the multi media power house known as Disney in a busy year with Disney buying into new media and the theme parks and not nothing market place's Kimberly Adams reports even though Disney makes lots of money off its movies and TV shows and Broadway shows and I shows and licensing John garner at leisure business advisors says the parks are a steady payday theme parks are only a small part of Disney and traditionally the most dependable part going back decades now with properties like Star Wars under the Disney umbrella the company is pouring money into matching activities in the parks like the Star Wars galaxies edge Martyn Lewis in teaches theme park management at Farmingdale state college in New York now they've raised their prices pretty aggressively you know to pay for all of this investment and that's part of the reason attendance was down three percent last quarter but revenues were still up because people who really want to go to Disney will pay whatever it costs to go to Disney and they'll pay would it costs to buy the cool new merchandise especially if it happens to look like a millennium
What we talk about when we talk about jobs
"We introduced you earlier. This week to a group called the Institute for Supply Management Management IFM for short literally people who do all things supply chain for a living we were talking about their manufacturing index how busy American manufacturing and factories these are not all that busy and getting less so it turns out was the macro economically troubling upshot today. It's their service sector survey. We want to talk about the non-manufacturing manufacturing side of this economy still growing but at a much slower pace than anybody had thought so to get us going on this Thursday marketplace's Marielle Sagarra has the service service sector primer accountants lawyers Baristas Uber Drivers math tutors. What are they all have in common their part of the services sector and radio reporters quarters? I'm a creator. I'm out here toiling away cranking out radio pieces but apparently I'm in the services sector to produce a good or a structure. You're right you produce service so that's the difference that's Gad Lebanon Chief Economist for North America at the Conference Board also a service sector the job if you make car parts you're in manufacturing. If you're a farmer you're in agriculture but as a rule of thumb if you don't produce a physical thing you're part of the services sector of the economy about eighty percent of American workers fall into this category it wasn't always this way one hundred years ago the majority of Workers Hello Greek culture or manufacturing and now those with Sharon significantly and that's how it usually goes Danny Bachman the US second omic forecaster at Deloitte says as a country's economy develops it tends to shift towards services one reason that manufacturing become more more productive. There's better technology and that makes a lot of manufacturing jobs obsolete. We just need fewer people to produce the same amount of manufactured goods up by the way the exact same thing happened with agriculture. Meanwhile as people who live in this developing economy get wealthier they start to demand more services like banking king in healthcare. Now the services sector is not an island when there's a downturn in manufacturing say workers an auto factory get laid off. They may be less likely to spend money on services like restaurants and travel. I'm Maryelle Sagarra for marketplace so continuing with the theme here that is in its manufacturing services services indexes Kimberly Adams story for us yesterday about what seemed like as of yesterday the possibility that we're just in for a long slow period of economic economic met that a recession might just never come. It'll just be slow but perhaps we were too hasty because maybe what's happening. Is that the slow hello is speeding up. Marketplace's Sabrina sure explains the Institute for Supply Management in their survey. They ask companies questions including just basic stuff a flight. How's business best at the moment. Eric Harrison is CEO of the Jay Renee Group an importer and wholesaler of shoes which puts him in one of the sectors actors covered by ISM's non-manufacturing index. He is worried his business is going to get hammered by the next round of tariffs so he's not investing in new technology not hiring new people as much as he normally would just trying to play closer to the best which on Portuguese were a lot of our customers are doing as well so it has kind of ripple effect. That's the story behind the numbers I assume survey of non-manufacturers was the weakest in two years a common theme and the comments businesses are worried about trade and that's been true for manufacturers for a while the big takeaway here is that it is not just them anymore. Sam Coffin is a senior economist at UBS looks as if from today's Today's data that the manufacturing weaknesses spreading into the rest of the economy take for example accommodation and food services hotels big importers of furniture furniture. That's tariff. This is Anthony Nevis. He helps run. ISM's non-manufacturing survey and there's food products that they're starting to see increases on stuff coming in from MM. China higher priced imports could seep into more of the economy. Ian Shepherdson is chief economist at Pantheon macroeconomics will probably have good to go up which retailers but it also hurts everybody else who's selling things you can see him is because people are less cash to spend on discretionary services like entertainment and leisure activity so so it seems to be scaring everyone for now. It's possible that the US economy might just be slowing down to a creep but these numbers are assigned that maybe it is worse than that in New York. I'm sure for
Tensions between the US and Iran increase
"Radio tension between the US and Iran are rising following drone strikes on key oil installations in Saudi Arabia president trump says the U. S. is not looking at retaliatory options against Tehran until Washington as definitive proof that Iran was responsible the B. S. news correspondent waited Jiang reports the attack triggered a large jump in crude oil prices the White House is treading very carefully because they don't want to contradict the president who just contradicted his own secretary of state in a tweet last night when the president said the fake news media claims that he would be willing to meet with Iran with out preconditions when in fact it was Pompeii you know who stored at the. ODM at the White House briefing room just last week and said that the president was open to doing that with your honey at the United Nations General Assembly next week. the turnaround has rejected the possibility of a meeting between president trump and Iranian president Hassan Rouhani at the U. S. the attack knocked out five percent of the world's daily crude production Hey why W's Kimberly Adams reports that will no doubt affect your wallet. that
Kimberly Adams, Mickey Levy And Chief Economist discussed on Marketplace
"Yesterday was ugly the bond market was this week signed the apocalypse is upon us and then this morning hello American consumers retail sales numbers came out today up sharply last month compared to June ahead of expectations in point of fact so with the apocalyptic bond market on one hand the consumers on a spending spree on the other and the stock market in the middle doing who knows what marketplace Kimberly Adams explains the mixed messages this economy is sending with all the headlines about a possible looming recession it's worth noting the economy at least for now is still doing okay Mickey levy is the chief economist at Berenberg capital markets there's a clear disconnect between the economy that's growing you know pretty close to its potential path and bond yields there signaling something quite negative traders see troubles ahead the ongoing US China trade war Briggs it a global manufacturing slowdown regular consumers whose spending is the main driver of the American economy they're not too worried about it Brad McMillan is with the Commonwealth financial network when you look at consumer confidence it's actually quite high and they're not only saying things are good to actually voting with their wallets by spending which is ironically exactly how people tend to behave heading into an economic downturn American consumers not apartment stomach sailors on leave Brian Gilden burgers with cantar consulting you know it's like well I mean I have a job when your daughter to get the big screen TV now while I still have no school of income it's a very American read response to potential future slowdown rather than doing something crazy like saving for a rainy day or you know a recession in Washington I'm Kimberly Adams for
New Budget Deal Is A Disaster
"To those trying to rain in in government spending this budget deal is kind of a disaster relatively little of the new money is offset by cuts in other areas and it cancels out budget caps that were supposed to hold federal spending and check the fiscal hawks have flown away and there's not even any semblance of fiscal responsibility left in Washington remain Abacha's with the Heritage Foundation. She says the budget caps put in place during the Obama years put pressure on lawmakers to keep spending down by offsetting getting some increases with cuts elsewhere but since president trump came into office there has been very little attempt made at actually paying for these budget deals now. It's a given Congress will keep raising the debt limit to accommodate higher spending bill gail at the Brookings Institution says this deal was never going to fix the debt but it seems to me this is just not the right venue to be going after the longterm fiscal problem gail points out the budget only covers a small portion of government spending which doesn't include big ticket items like social security or interest on the debt Seth Hamlin at the Center for American progress argues budget cuts are only one side of the equation I would argue that the biggest cause of the deficits that we have now and the biggest driver of the deficits over the long term is just the inadequate amounts of revenue that we raise Hanlin points to the revenue loss from the G._O._p.. Tax cuts with seemingly few consequences sequences for unlimited spending and election coming up. It's pretty easy for Congress to just keep writing checks in Washington. I'm Kimberly Adams for marketplace so
Mnuchin: Negotiators Agree on Core Elements of Budget Deal
"We begin today with an eye on the calendar the soon to be fiscal year end calendar of the government of the United States of America. It's always an uncertain time as regular listeners to this program will know Congress and the White House having a history as they do regardless of which party is in power aware of not always seeing things the same way when it comes to the budget but we are told by somebody who should know Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin by name that he has basically come to terms on a budget deal with House Speaker Nancy Pelosi but the term budget deal is doing more work than usual this year for more on that. We've got marketplace's Kimberly. Adams live on the phone from Washington. Hey Kimberly. Hey all right. There is a lot packed into budget deal this year. Help me out okay two things in particular number one is raising the debt limit. If you'll remember the debt ceiling expired in March and the Treasury Department has been using extraordinary measures as they call it to keep paying the bills since then so they we need a deal to raise it either in the short term or long term or maybe even just halt the debt limit altogether tied in with that is a deal to raise the budget caps those limits on spending bills that need to pass later this year if they don't lift those budget caps we're looking at ten percent across the board cuts on defense and nondefense spending. Nobody wants that. There are those who will remember the phrase sequester. That's what you're talking about right. Yes again. Nobody nobody wants that got it okay so <hes> <hes> back to the to the topic at hand here. We've got a two issues both dealing with government spending <hes> why are they being bundled as opposed to dealt with separately so this will help both of them get done ahead of some crucial official deadlines. We're probably going to lose the ability to use those extraordinary measures to keep paying the bills sometime in September maybe October and we need an agreement on those budget caps now so that Congress can pass those spending bills when the fiscal a year ends on September thirtieth and it's also worth noting that Congress has never failed to raise the debt limit even with all of the hubbub that we hear all the time around it but we have had several government shutdowns because they didn't pass <unk> spending bills so we're kind of pairing a must must must pass bill with a really need to pass bill the theory being you can shut down the government for a month and it's terrible terrible terrible for a lot of people but <hes> blow in the debt limit would be terrible globally is that that's the deal yeah because basically the no entrust the U._S. government loan the money ever again <hes> forecast for me spit ball if you will <hes> where we're going with this thing is going to happen. What's the what well this morning like you mentioned treasury? Secretary Mnuchin said they'd agreed agreed on some top line numbers. He's been the point person negotiating this with House Speaker Nancy Pelosi Pelosi said she wants a deal before Congress leaves for the August recess so that only leaves a few days to hammer out all these deals and there are still some sticking points. It's like whether or not some of this new spending will be offset by cuts elsewhere plus of course president trump has to sign off on all this and has the White House said where the president stands by the way not really. They're pretty much leaving it to the Treasury Department right right now but we'll see kimberly. Adams in what I understand is a sweltering Washington D._C.. Thanks Kimberly.
"kimberly adams" Discussed on Marketplace with Kai Ryssdal
"This is marketplace. I'm Kimberly Adams jobs at distribution centers. Those mega go warehouses used by e commerce companies have a certain reputation that the hours are long and the jobs are demanding but lately there are some warehouse designers that want to change that reputation by making the warehouse look look a little different adding amenities like coffee shops gyms and so on and there's a reason why Keiko Morris wrote about it for the Wall Street Journal Welcome to the program. Thanks for having me so let's start out by describing what today's mega distribution centers look like. Can you paint a picture for me. Today's distribution center is a pretty sophisticated production floor but it's housed in sort of a more <hes> I would call it utilitarian structure right right for walls roof. Maybe the front office has windows. That's what we've got today. So it's not exactly the kind of place where you might find a gym more Ping Pong tables in the REC room. No so what I did in this story I always talking to developers and started to notice that there is a small but growing number of developers who were adding amenities cities that I wish I would have had my office in in your story you described plans to make one Atlanta warehouse. That would have an employee soccer field and other things. Do you WanNa tell me about that. One in particular yes that was kind of the property that had the most amenities and was kind of the most surprising. It's a property where ace owes <hes> a U._k.. Online retailer has created a one million square foot warehouse the house and they have everything from soccer pitch. They had a temporary pop up space where they brought in a nail salon barbershop. They've got a I guess it would be sort of a canteen eighteen where they've got all sorts of food stations. You really don't see that <hes> oftentimes the place where workers eat you might have a couple of vending machines. One is probably broken and you've got like a card table and aluminum chairs. This was like a warehouse with amenities on steroids. So why would companies add these things what's the strategy here. Basically you've got these folks competing for Labor and you've also got online shopping continuing to expand and you've got a pretty competitive tight labor market are these the kinds of changes that workers in these distribution centers actually want I mean what were you hearing from them. When I called and talked to <hes> worker <unk> advocates and talked to a few workers themselves they were actually surprised to hear of these warehouses and they said sure we we'd like these amenities but really the vast majority of warehouses? They don't look like the warehouses that I highlighted in my story. I spoke to one worker who basically said. I don't know that I really need a coffee bar or Jim in the warehouse where I work. I'd rather have health insurance. Why are some companies making the decision to invest in these kind of amenities rather than things like better benefits so I mean some companies are actually <hes> raising wages but there's only so much they can invest or they say they want to invest and so they think that the other way that they can attract workers good workers is to say here's an environment? That's got not really nice lunch services which to workers money so that's kind of where they're coming at it from Keiko. Morris covers commercial real estate for the Wall Street.
"kimberly adams" Discussed on KQED Radio
"I'm Kimberly Adams for marketplace. It's not at all clear. What's going to happen in Venezuela? The economy is in ruins the politics are unstable at best. There are vague threats of military intervention by the Trump administration. But in the meanwhile, the Venezuelan people are just trying to get by. But a month or two ago, we called Carlos Hernandez, he's an economist there, and we talked to him about using bitcoin to stay solvent in that collapsed economy. We have Skype them to get an update on how things are going to end his thanks for coming on. How are you, sir? Hi. And I given everything that's happening at the moment you make country, I imagined. So which is why we call what's been happening? You know in your day to day life. I mean, it's been a couple of months since we talked. Okay. So the main thing that is for now is that there is collapsed on the basic services that maintenance water electricity, running water, even in cooking gas in. It has been a national lack cut. So in my state in particular, there has been no military uprisings or anything like that. But that doesn't mean that this is far still after the with you may think of everything else. So a collapse of basic services. Understood what about food and nutrition. I mean, can you go down to the store and buy what you need to eat or no. Kim. It goes I hard currency. But in most people can't I mean, the inflation rate is over at three hundred percent monthly and right now that the minimum wage is less than four dollars. So it's not a lot. But you can find things put a very high price, in fact air, we still have fancy restaurants tales, those higher floor as various Pacific people, and that's majority. So as you can't find what zip are on. The problem is surprise. So I asked you this last time, and it sounds like it's gotten worse in the past two months. So I'll ask you again, you're you're an educated person. You've got a skill. You could leave. What do you stay? Yeah. And I still have on the answer. I mean, I guess I'm stealing denial. I mean, he's still taking that things are going to turn around at some moments and Mhondoro seems a as unstable as ever now we're talking about him many races something that was thinking about two months ago. So I feel like if I live I'm going to have to come back after I leave because. Because my daughter has left. That is my fear. You are we should say. And we've talked about this last time Uruguay though supporter, but it's been a it's been ten days since you went out and tried to rally people in the streets. Why do you have confidence the Medeiros going to leave? What I say is that they government doesn't seem so scary anymore. I mean, this is a third ship. Unpick datasheets are suppose to be staring. But then we see it. And the way my husband dealing with this situation, and we don't feel scared anymore. We we've seen video of cars government tanks at over people. Still not at a scanning where are protesting going on. And that's a few that that we need to continue. And. Yeah. Carlos Hernandez, an economist actually in Venezuela, MS Hernandez, thanks for your time. I hope we can call you again in a couple of months. I that. That means I'm still helpful..
"kimberly adams" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060
"I'm Kimberly Adams an Ethiopian jetliner crashed after takeoff from the country's capital with one hundred fifty seven people on board, including eight Americans. There were no survivors. Another sex tape has surfaced that supposedly show singer R Kelly with minors and the seventy Sixers had a huge second half. They beat Indiana one of six hundred eighty nine. There's fog and mist outside forty seven degrees right now headed down the thirty nine good morning. I'm Jeff ash. Our top story at twelve o. One was another failed round of contract. Talks Sunday night between septa transit police and the transit agency. Ws Kimberly Adams has the latest septa and leaders with the fraternal order. I've transit police spent the weekend at the bargaining table. Without reaching a deal to end the strike. Nearly two hundred transit officers have been off the job since Wednesday afternoon, except his Andrew Bush says money continues to be a significant hurdle to an agreement didn't cost reading this process. And we're hoping that battle chain, but F O T P vice president Troy, par Hamm contends access to body camera footage is the main sticking point. We just one officers to have the opportunity in certain situations to review the body camera footage prior to making any statements or fill out any paperwork. Obviously, we want their testimony could be accurate par. Hamm says. Officers are ready to get back on the beat soon. But just in case, they don't the transit agency has an alternative plan in place using septa police supervisors covering patrols taking calls and the Philadelphia. Police department is also lending a hand so far. No, new talks have been scheduled, Kimberly Adams, KYW NewsRadio..
"kimberly adams" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"Zara gave itself a little bit of a makeover this week. It's got a new logo the new ones more compact than the old one the letters are closer together. The font is fancier to as consumers today tend to do people have been weighing in on social media. They love it. They hated a whole lot of emotion for a logo. But as marketplace's Kimberly Adams, reports fashioned is not the only thing that goes out of fashion. Zara is well known for keeping pace with the latest in fashion. And there's nothing last season about its new logo. Stephen jumper is with the ghost note agency, a branding firm here in DC. Sarah's new logo is a pretty stark pivot away from design trends that we've been seeing brands embrace over the past several years, he says the new logo leans more towards the look of luxury brands like Gucci and Chanel other companies, especially some of the tech firms that have rebranded recently think slack or Spotify have gone for a simpler, look logos. That were at one point a little quirky or or a little bit more stylized, and they've really now kind of become much more streamlined and simplified Marlene Morris towns teaches advertising Georgetown, she says changing a logo can help accompany create a different impression recognize a merger or a policy change. And then there's also the consideration about how Br. Dan, logos are going to look on people's smartphones and in small technology spaces, ipads, smartphones and things like that. And it certainly doesn't hurt when a new logo generates a lot of buzz of any kind says, Stephen jumper. It goes note. I think in many ways, you know, Zara has already accomplished what they set out to do. They have people talking about the new logo. Good, better indifferent. We're not for those new scrunched up letters. We probably wouldn't be talking about Zara today in Washington. I'm Kimberly Adams for marketplace. Coming up right now, we're working.
"kimberly adams" Discussed on KQED Radio
"To have your long everybody for the very first time on this broadcast. I do believe, ladies and gentlemen, superstar rapper Cardi B. Is now ordering as in some is safe better will government workers to go back to work without getting paid fat. Check on that one. It's true. It's from our Instagram last night. And it comes as parts of the federal government have been shut down for almost a month. Tomorrow Cardi B, hundreds of thousands of federal workers have been furloughed, meaning not working and not getting paid hundreds of thousands of others are working and getting paid as Cardi was saying, and that group is getting bigger because President Trump has started recalling thousands of furloughed workers telling them to show up for work for free. Marketplace's Kimberly Adams gets us going with the changing definition of being an essential, federal employees. There are guidelines for who has to show up for work during a shutdown. They can only call people back if they're in positions that if not performed pose a threat to life and to property, Gregory, oh Dudin is a lawyer for the national treasury employees union. The union is suing the Trump administration over how it's. Interpreting the law that exception really doesn't apply to the types of employees that they're calling back. I R S employees are being brought back to process refunds is missing tax refund. A threat to life or property determining who is essential is a kind of art not a science Linda Bill mrS with Harvard's Kennedy School of government. She says agencies and the administration decide exactly who is essential and how essential a particular individual is changes. If a shutdown is one day or two days compared with the month. You might be able to skip say water inspections for a day, but a month. Plus, there's politics Gordon, gray is with the American action forum, the president more or less said sure say it's my shut down. So it's in their political interest to try to minimize the impact on the public grey says the executive branch is legally required to pay out. Tax refunds. So it makes sense. It would bring the IRS workers back. The fact it will probably keep angry tax payers at Bain a bonus in Washington. I'm Kimberly Adams for marketplace. Now, I don't care because you gotta work for the government will. Yeah. Pilot even have a job, but this is really serious, bro. I mean, she's not wrong. Right. It's eight hundred thousand people it's businesses as we were telling you yesterday looking for regulations that aren't coming. It's government data about the economy that is getting spotty. You're by the day about which this by the way, we got our weekly report on first-time claims for unemployment benefits this morning because the department of labor is funded for what it's worth it wasn't pretty good number. First time claims were down last week. The catch is that report doesn't include federal government workers filing for jobless benefits in Colorado, which has a lot of federal workers twenty percent of claims last week came from furloughed federal workers, and as marketplace's Amy Scott reports that might just. Be the beginning. Paul is not that long. Albert Romero filed for unemployment just after Christmas about five days into the shutdown. He does administrative work for the US department of commerce in boulder, but I need him at Starbucks because his office is. Yeah closed. I just want to get my name in the queue to ensure that I could meet my locations, whatever little income that I could get through unemployment would help definitely pay for the mortgage carpet. It's been nearly a month and still no check the waiting period in Colorado is up to six weeks. Fortunately, Romero's wife just got a job as an accountant after being unemployed for months he figures they can last till March without missing bills. I'm hoping that we're back.
"kimberly adams" Discussed on KCRW
"Kimberly Adams in for David Brancaccio. Oil prices are sharply up this morning after spending most of the morning down. But yesterday, President Trump was tweeting about those oil prices being down and that he's responsible saying that low gas prices are just like another tax cut oil prices have indeed been falling over the past twelve months US. Crude dropped twenty seven percent. The international benchmark Brent crude it was down twenty two percent year over year. But there are other forces at work in the oil markets. Marketplace's Marielle Zegarra has been following this and Marielle what's been going on in the world economy that's been affecting oil prices. So as you said, we are seeing a bump in oil prices this morning, but over the past year, the story has really been about supply and demand analysts expected demand for oil to be really high in two thousand eighteen the global economy was strong. And that drives oil demand because remember companies use oil when they make stuff sometimes in a product like there's oil in plastics other times as fuel they use it to ship those products. So a strong global economy and more manufacturing means more demand for oil. Also, the thinking was that oil supply was about to tighten because the US had put sanctions on Iran, which is one of the world's big oil producers so other oil producing countries like the US Saudi Arabia. Russia made a lot of oil. And then things changed the global economy. Started to slow down so demand for oil dropped and the Trump administration gave waivers to some of Iran's biggest oil customers like China. So supply was even higher than expected and all of this means oil prices dropped a lot at the end of last year. And Marielle are those falling oil prices. A good thing for the US economy. I mean, they're good in some obvious ways. Right consumers, pay less at the pump. Which means they might spend more on other stuff companies save money on fuel too. But there's a flip side the US is now the world's biggest oil producer. And so as Sarah lattice law with the center for strategic and international. Studies told me when oil prices decline good for consumers, but it is really not good for the regions of the country where there's a huge amount of oil and and associated natural gas production places like New Mexico, North Dakota Alaska higher oil prices. Take a toll on companies and communities their marketplace's Marielle Zegarra. Thanks, and let's do the.
"kimberly adams" Discussed on 1A
"But Kimberly Adams, part of the discussion that we had basically had to do with whether or not this is just politics as usual in two thousand eighteen whether this is the way that it's going to go it's kind of like, you know, selling somebody your house and then when they arrive they find the chew left the lawnmower running in the living room and said enjoy your new home, or whether this is actually unlawful immoral. This is not the kind of thing that should be tolerated. Feel like that's kind of where the debates. Right now. I think well, this isn't the first time this has happened. Yes. We've seen this elsewhere in previous elections, but this is a bit more visible perhaps in light of some of the other things that have been going on in these real questions about what it means. And what should happen when control of it? Whether it be a state house or congress changes from one party to the other end, so immoral or legal. That's going to be probably hashed out in the courts because as I understand it. They're going to be fighting some of these decisions, but elections have consequences, and we say this all the time, but previous elections have consequences for the current ones your previous elections in you know, Alabama or Georgia. Have you know impact has had an impact on how an election goes, you know, in terms of voter access, the previous election here in this case that we're talking about has an impact on what happens for the next incoming governor? And so we saw record jumps in voter turn out in the mid-term. Election, especially among young voters. But this is one of these things that really indicates the importance of voting over time in terms of how transitions happen as well. As who actually comes into power. And of course, early voting is one of the things it's affected by these rules. Thanks, also to those of you in Michigan, and Wisconsin and North Carolina, and Ohio and states that have been affected by this. Matt in Wisconsin writes, this power, grab in Wisconsin is a violation of the spoken voice of the people, by the way, less. We think the midterm elections are over don't be silly. They're not quite over including not in North Carolina's ninth congressional district. Multiple investigations are currently underway into whether a Republican campaign worker used absentee ballots to alter the vote in blatant counting the head of the North Carolina. Republican party says if the fraud allegations are true, they plan to call for a new election at the moment last check the Republican candidate. Mark Harris leads his democratic rival by about nine hundred votes. One more thing just can Taylor. So we move on from politics the eternal bedding natch.
"kimberly adams" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060
"Guinness world record keepers gathered at the Liacouras center this evening as temple tried to break a record. It's part of the owls annual homecoming tradition that doubles as goodwill mission for the community. Give it obese fat Taty spoke to an organizer getting hyped for the event homecoming hoopla temple with hundreds of students, getting ready to speed pack their way to a third straight Guinness world title this challenge. The battle of the backpacks sixty minutes, a pot more than three thousand five pack it up to you organizer Jenny Lee Ramos. She was also in charge in two thousand sixteen when temple shattered the Guinness record for making the most PB and J sandwiches in one hour. Prepping for victory include studying video of past winners and factory in some math mathematical. How long the cook person stuff one backpack and then run over the completed backpack section. They'll be donated to fifteen local schools and organizations what we say that were donating the community. That's really what make makes Brown University will likely be keeping tabs on this competition. The school is held the record of an even three thousand since Jude Pattani KYW, NewsRadio the Guinness challenge wrapped up at six thirty temple may just over six thousand backpacks more than double what Brown university's number was two local institutes of working together to do something. That's a first of its kind for both of them. KYW's Justin Trudeau reports. Rutgers Camden in the community college of Philadelphia or teaming up for admissions and quarter court transfer program for students who earn their associate's degree from CCP. This will be our first partnership that depths across state, doctor Judith, Gatewood CCP says the partnership goes even further than a transfer institutions. See the talent that comes to them from community college of Philadelphia student. That's why they're also willing to put scholarship dollars on the table. Those GPA base scholarship opportunities from Rutgers Camden can help students pay in-state tuition or less. Making sure the kid in an excellent education, but also making Rutgers degree of portable whether you're in state or out of state right Westman with Rutgers. Camden says this is also their first time working with an out of state institution in this manner. Would they believe it's a win win? Just the Nudo KYW NewsRadio. The arrest of two African American men at center city. Starbucks in April sparked national conversations about racial, profiling and Alice KYW's, Kimberly Adams reports the Philadelphia police advisory commission released some recommendations to better improve the relationship between police and the community after months of review of the video arrest over Sean Nelson and Dante Robinson the Commission's key. Finding is that police shooting cooperate consistent anti-racist training that training ship focus on the cause a bias. And how do dismantle it pack director, Hans Mieno's recommended the tissue level supervisors included in this process and be able to also be trained. And so that they can supervisors to after this one which is equally important problem. But the police department agreed on this. Training. The discussion will continue between the police and the commission. Meanwhile, law student French has Comoros attending. The meeting is doubtful other plan you'd have to leave their biases away when they put their uniform on. And I think that will day Kimberly Adams, KYW NewsRadio. News time ten fifty two time for traffic and transit on the twos. Ninety five southbound heavy delays..
"kimberly adams" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060
"Good morning. I'm Kimberly Adams at the broadcast center. Seventy five degrees under mostly cloudy skies, going up to eighty four in the news at this hour her Michael pose a deadly threat. We've just been through so many that were comfortable staple have not seen the kind of devastation that this storm will bring people are leaving people are saying hurricane Michael about to roar ashore, maybe as a category four while here at home as hurricane Michael approaches. Dozens of first responders from the area with little rest are heading down south. You know, when we come back from any deployment. It'd be ready to go again. I'm Tim Jimenez getting easier and cheaper to keep up with the conversation. I'm Lynn Adkins. And I'll tell you why a six year old shoots herself in the foot now Philadelphia police are looking into how she got her hands on a gun. I'm Dan wing in sports. The flyers are an Ottawa at game time is at seven thirty in business. The Dow was down two hundred. And twenty eight points, NASDAQ down one hundred eleven points, and the s&p is down almost twenty six points. I'm CBS three meteorologist, Katie Fehlinger. Steamy with some some the rest of the day temperatures in the mid eighties while you might see a stray shower thunderstorm, especially at some point tonight. It says muggy and quiet otherwise with a low of seventy two but the action day comes tomorrow with a potent cold front passage helping to sweep what's left of Michael out to see I'll let you know the impacts here. When we check eyewitness weather on KYW NewsRadio mostly cloudy skies at the broadcast that are seventy five going up to eighty four KYW news time and.
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"Twenty four hour traffic center this there for while. For twenty two eastbound slow traffic is approach trooper road to route twenty three it's old do the left lane road work. We'll get the latest on that and traffic all around the region. When we check in with Troy Mars for traffic and transit on the twos. Well, this unusual sight this morning in the Olney section of the city, hundreds of baby chicks left in the fifty five hundred bucks Whitaker avenue near Harrison street. Ws Kimberly Adams with more. Catch them into an empty lot. And think that that's okay. But that's what Pennsylvania SPCA director of law enforcement. Nicole Wilson says someone did with more than three hundred checks left in a vacant lot. They didn't have food than have water they have proper shelter and officers got a tip call then track the owner who surrendered the birds understanding is that he may have thought he could go into some kind of business, which it was a much larger responsibility than what he was prepared for after the baby birds are evaluated. Some may be adopted or taken to an animal sanctuary and Wilson says the owner could face animal. Cruelty charges for more information on animal cruelty. Go to our website at KYW, NewsRadio dot com, Kimberly Adams, KYW, NewsRadio KYW news time. Eight fifty one in response to the clergy sex abuse crisis Catholics from all over the listening area gathered last night at the cathedral basilica of saints. Peter and Paul to pray KYW's. Andrew kramer. Lois. Gymnast ski was one of many attending this seven hour long prayer vigil of reparation and petition praise Lord. The church pray for the victims of abuse. Pray for the good priest for God to lift them up and help us find a way for other Dennis skills. Hope that it will awaken in every one of us a great sensitivity to those who have been hurt because of sexual abuse to all of us to be more honest about the way, we live the gospel and keep the commandments. He says now more than ever Catholics must put their trust in the Lord at the cathedral. Andrew, Kramer, KYW NewsRadio. KYW news time eight fifty two time for traffic and transit on the twos. Frank's last we spoke a couple of things going.
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"In Los Angeles. I'm Carl Rozelle it is Wednesday today the twelfth up September. Glad as always to have you with us. Everybody one hopes that whatever portion of the population of north and South Carolina and Virginia that is listening to this program in their cars is listening as they drive away from low ground hurricane Florence is going to be on shore in a day or less those who aren't gone already and again, one hopes they are packing up their cars their families their pressures possessions and heading west but not everybody's got or can afford a car of their own to get out. So what does evacuation look like if you're in the danger zone and don't have a set of wheels? Marketplace's Kimberly Adams has that one eighty foot waves crashing off the coast of Myrtle Beach, South Carolina this afternoon and buses were wrapping up free evacuations before time ran out transporting local residents foreign students tourists, and in addition to that you had are seasonal workers H two Bs you're in town for the season to work at hotels and hospitality industry. Michelle Canty of the coast region. Transport authority was in her car making another run between her agency and a shelter. A mandatory evacuation presents tough choices for everyone. What to take what to leave? But when you don't have a car, and you're on the bus limit it to basically what you can fit into seat with you. So the bag or a couple of small bags moving people out of the Myrtle Beach area will cost the transit agency about twenty thousand dollars, and it's just a small part of the evacuation zone. There are about four hundred thousand households without cars in the overall danger zone says Diana Intel of the national low income housing coalition. Many of them are low income evacuations can be expensive. If shelters are full it can mean needing money for a motel room, a recent survey from the department of housing and urban development found less than forty percent of renters and twelve percent of homeowners had access to the money they might need to evacuate in an emergency. But Intel points out the. Timing of this storm might give some relief at this time in the month. People that are living paycheck to paycheck may still have a little of one of those paychecks unspent to cover the costs of evacuation to cover the costs of evacuation in Washington. I'm Kimberly Adams for marketplace. There is regulatory news of note today, the food and Drug administration has announced that it's cracking down on flavored e cigarettes. It's given five big e cigarette makers two months to draw plans to stop underage use of their products were have those products pulled off store shelves products that it should be said bringing two and a half billion dollars a year. Marketplace's Justin how has that one Addison deck is twenty one. He works two jobs in Mansfield, Connecticut, when it Starbucks the other at a pizza chain called blaze pizza, his shifts can run long when he can he likes to go outside with his e cigarette of choice of drag the visuals of smoke. I just signed so relaxing satisfying. He started vaping because he wanted to stop smoking regular cigarettes Marlboro was. Brand he switched to a small e cigarette called jewel. It's still contains nicotine, but uses flavored pods with tastes like, mango and cool. Cucumber? I like all year flavors, which is funny because I smoked like Margaret a recent Wells Fargo report says that jewel has captured seventy two percent. The e cigarette market and the FDA says the number of teenagers using e cigarettes has reached epidemic proportion Desmond Jensen at the public health Law Center says when many teens think of e cigarettes, they don't really think about the nicotine an overwhelming majority will tell you it's for the flavors. He says teens are also lured by e cigarettes. Social media presence jewel lab says it intends to work with the FDA to prevent underage use and Thomas kick, Liz, president of the tobacco vapor electric, cigarette. Association says tobacco stores also have good reason to keep miners out. You know, that's a back of licenses awfully valuable, but he says the FDA's focused on flavored e cigarettes could make it harder for adults who are trying to quit regular cigarettes and easier for the tobacco companies who lose one big source of. Petition. I'm Justin ho for marketplace. In San Francisco today, something called the glide the global climate action summit, God going four thousand political and business leaders. Scientists and activists trying to highlight successful approaches to tackling carbon emissions successful being a key word there because humanity's collective track record on. That is not great a carbon tax is one idea not an uncontroversial one. And it does divide people mostly along party lines mostly, but not entirely revoke congressman Carlos Cabello of Florida introduced a Bill back in July that would put a carbon tax in place. He sent up to GOP co-sponsors. So from the marketplace sustainability jed Kim reports now on the prospects of that Bill actually happening the push for a carbon tax isn't New Democrats have tried for years, but they've never gotten far with their Republican counterparts. That's why Christina deacons Seaney of the world Resources Institute is excited about the recent Bill from Carlos Curbello because it's been more than ten years that there's been Republicans in congress, really. Stepping forward and positive ways on climate change. And she says business leaders, including ones from BP DOW Chemical and Unilever have signaled interest in discussing attacks still she says, it's not likely to come up for a vote as is Republican leadership is firmly against the carbon tax and the majority of Republican House members recently voted for a non binding resolution saying, it's a bad idea. Marigny bell of the competitive Enterprise Institute, led the Trump administration's EPA transition team Bill isn't going anywhere. And some of the people who are foolish enough to support it are likely to be defeated at the next election. But the politics aren't that clear cut? According to Noah Calvin who directs Columbia University's carbon tax research institute. Now, there are definitely Republican congressman who are very uncomfortable with the idea of being the party that does not want to look for solutions on climate change. So I think that's the reason why you're seeing some movement Republicans are facing a tough mid-term overall. And what happens in November could shape discussions to come. I'm jed Kim for marketplace. Wall Street today was a bit man, honestly until ward of new round of China trade negotiations leaked then traders were happy, then they got a little may again. We'll have the details when we do the numbers..
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"KAI Ryssdal. It is Wednesday today the twelfth up September. Glad as always to have you with us. Everybody one hopes that whatever portion of the population of north and South Carolina and Virginia that is listening to this program in their cars is listening as they drive away from low ground hurricane Florence is going to be on shore in a day or less. Those who aren't gone already are again, one hopes packing up their cars their families their possessions and heading west, but not everybody's got or can afford a car of their own to get out. So what does evacuation look like if you're in the danger zone and don't have a set of wheels? Marketplace's Kimberly Adams has that one eighty foot waves were crashing off the coast of Myrtle Beach, South Carolina this afternoon and buses were wrapping up free evacuations before time ran out transporting local residents foreign students tourists, and in addition to that you had are seasonal workers H two Bs you're in town for the to work at hotels and hospitality industry. Michelle Canty of the coast regional transport authority was in her car. Making another run between her agency and a shelter. A mandatory evacuation presents tough choices for everyone. What to take what to leave? But when you don't have a car, and you're on the bus limited to basically what you can fit into seat with you. So the bag or a couple of small bags moving people out of the Myrtle Beach area will cost the transit agency about twenty thousand dollars, and it's just a small part of the evacuation zone. There are about four hundred thousand households without cars in the overall dangers says Diane Intel of the national low income housing coalition many of them I low income evacuations can be expensive. If shelters are full it can mean needing money for a motel room, a recent survey from the department of housing and urban development found less than forty percent of renters and twelve percent of homeowners had access to the money they might need to evacuate in an emergency. But Intel points out the timing of this storm might give some. Relief you at this time in the month. People that are living paycheck to paycheck may still have a little of one of those paychecks unspent to cover the costs of evacuation in Washington. I'm Kimberly Adams for marketplace. There is regulatory news of note today, the food and Drug administration has announced that it's cracking down on flavored e cigarettes. It's given five big e cigarette makers two months to draw plans to stop underage use of their products were have those products pulled off store shelves products that should be said bringing two and a half billion dollars a year. Marketplace's Justin who has that one Addison deck is twenty one. He works two jobs in Mansfield, Connecticut, when it Starbucks the other at a pizza chain called blaze pizza shifts can run long when he can he likes to go outside with this e cigarette of choice of drag the visuals of smoke. I just signed so relaxing and satisfying. He started vaping because he wanted to stop smoking regular cigarettes Marlboro was his brand. He switched to a small e cigarette called jewel. It's still can. Chains nicotine, but uses flavored pots tastes like, mango and cool. Cucumber? I like all the flavors which is funny because I smoke like Margaret, a recent Wells Fargo report says that jewel has captured. Seventy two percent of the e cigarette market and the FDA says the number of teenagers using e cigarettes has reached an epidemic proportion. Desmond Jensen at the public health Law Center says when many teens think of cigarettes, they don't really think about the nicotine an overwhelming majority will tell you it's for the flavors. He says teens are us alert by e cigarettes. Social media presence jewel lab says it intends to work with the FDA to prevent underage use. And Thomas kick lists president of the tobacco vapor electric, cigarette. Association says tobacco stores also have good reason to keep miners out. You know, that's Abaco license awfully valuable, but he says the FDA's focus on flavored e cigarettes could make it harder for adults who are trying to quit regular cigarettes and easier for the tobacco companies lose one big source of competition. I'm just Justin ho- for marketplace. In San Francisco today, something called the global climate action summit, God going four thousand political and business leaders. Scientists and activists trying to highlight successful approaches to tackling carbon emissions successful being a key word there because humanity's collective track record on. That is not great a carbon tax is one idea not an uncontroversial one. And it does divide people mostly. Along party lines mostly, but not entirely revoking congressman Carlos Cabello of Florida introduced a Bill back in July that would put a carbon tax in place. He sent up to GOP co-sponsors. So from marketplace sustainability desk, jed Kim reports now on the prospects of that Bill actually happening the push for a carbon tax isn't New Democrats have tried for years, but they've never gotten far with their Republican counterparts. That's why Christina deacons Seaney of the world Resources Institute is excited about the recent Bill from Carlos Curbello because it's been more than ten years that there's been Republicans in congress really stepping forward and positive ways on climate change. And she says business leaders, including ones for BP DOW Chemical and Unilever have signaled interest in discussing attacks still she says, it's not likely to come up for a vote as is Republican leadership is firmly against the carbon tax and the majority of Republican House members recently voted for a non binding resolution saying, it's a bad idea. Maradi bell of the competitive enterprise is the to lead the Trump administration's EPA transition team Bill isn't going anywhere. And some of the people who are foolish enough to support it are likely to be defeated at the next election. But the politics aren't that clear cut? According to know health men who directs Columbia University's carbon tax research institute. Now, there are definitely Republican congressman who are very uncomfortable with the idea of being the party that does not want to look for solutions on climate change. So I think that's the reason why you're seeing some movement Republicans are facing a tough mid-term overall. And what happens in November could shape discussions to come. I'm jed Kim for marketplace. Wall Street today was a bit man, honestly until ward of new round of China trade negotiations leaked then traders were happy, then they got a little may again. We'll have the details when we do the numbers..
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"In Los Angeles uncon- Rozelle and is Wednesday today the twelfth of September. Glad as always to have you with us. Everybody. One hopes that whatever portion of the population of north and South Carolina and Virginia that is listening to this program in their cars is listening as they drive away from low ground. Hurricane Florence is going to be on shore in a day or less. Those who aren't gone already are again, one hopes packing up their cars, their families, their possessions, and heading west, but not everybody's gone or can afford a car of their own to get out. So what does valuation look like if you're in the danger zone and don't have a set of wheels, marketplace's, Kimberly Adams has that one eighty foot waves were crashing off the coast of Myrtle Beach, South Carolina this afternoon and buses were wrapping up free evacuations before time. Ran out transporting local residents, foreign students tourists. And in addition to that, you had are seasonal workers h. two Bs, you're in town for the season to work at hotels and hospitality industry, Michelle Canty of. The coast regional transport authority was in her car making another run between her agency and to shelter. A mandatory evacuation presents tough choices for everyone what to take what to leave. But when you don't have a car and you're on the bus limit to basically what you can fit into seat with you. So it's a bag or a couple of small bags. Moving people out of the Myrtle Beach area will cost the transit agency about twenty thousand dollars, and it's just a small part of the evacuation zone. There are about four hundred thousand households without cars in the overall danger zone says, Diane Intel of the national low income housing coalition. Many of them are low income, you know, evacuations can be expensive if shelters are full, it can mean needing money for a motel room. A recent survey from the department of housing and urban development found less than forty percent of renters and twelve percent of homeowners had access to the money. They might need to evacuate in an emergency, but Intel. Points out the timing of this storm might give some relief at this time in the month. People that are living paycheck to paycheck may still have a little of one of those paychecks unspent to cover the costs of evacuation in Washington. I'm Kimberly Adams for marketplace. There is regulatory news of note data food and Drug administration has announced that it's cracking down on flavored e cigarettes. It's given five big e cigarette makers, two months to draw plans to stop underage use of their products or have those products pulled off store shelves products that it should be said bringing two and a half billion dollars a year marketplace. Justin. How has that one Addison deck is twenty one. He works two jobs in Mansfield, Connecticut. When it Starbucks, the other at a pizza chain called blaze pizza. His ships can run long when he can. He likes to go outside with his e cigarette of choice of drag the visuals of smoke. I just signed so election satisfying. He started vaping because he wanted to stop smoking regular cigarettes. Marlboro was his brand. He. Switched to a small e cigarette jewel. It's still contains nicotine but uses flavored pots with tastes, like mango and cool cucumber. I like all the food here flavors, which is funny because I smoked like Margaret. A recent Wells Fargo report says that jewel has captured seventy two percent of the e cigarette market in the FDA says, the number of teenagers using e cigarettes has reached an epidemic proportion, Desmond Jensen at the public health Law Center says, when many teens think of e cigarettes, they don't really think about the nicotine. An overwhelming majority will tell you it's for the flavors. He says, teens are us alert by e cigarettes, social media presence jewel lab says it intends to work with the FDA to prevent underage use. And Thomas kick Liz president of the tobacco vapor. Electric cigarette association says tobacco stores also have good reason to keep miners out. You know, that's back. A license is awfully valuable, but he says the FDA's focused on flavored e cigarettes could make it harder for adults who are trying to quit regular cigarettes and easier for the tobacco companies who lose one big source of competition. I'm Jay. In ho from Arkham place in San Francisco today, something called the global climate action summit God going four thousand political and business leaders, scientists and activists, trying to highlight successful approaches to tackling.
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"More on that use KPI ws Kimberly Adams a blind see h, casts Bella hyperplasia Long Island Susan Smith is talking about her cat Donovan, she was showcasing the popular feline who has more than seventy thousand Instagram followers and he was adopted they don't know, that they're special needs they adapt alive just like, any other cat took part in kitty, Delfi event designed, to raise awareness of the need for cat adoptions organizer, Lauren Casey I wanted to do something to bring the local, enthusiasts together do something to help pause pause is the progressive, animal welfare society Sharmila folks from south Philly was overwhelmed. By the cat themed good Bill enjoy every last year's event raised more than six, thousand dollars in nearly twenty cats found homes Kimberly Adams KYW NewsRadio And now it's time for the. KYW, business report the market closed, out last week? On, the downside now here's a preview of Monday's markets brace for a flood of earnings reports this week including financial giants Berkshire Hathaway and met life tech giant's apple and. Sony and car, companies tesla, Toyota among, others investors may, keep one, eye on, earnings the other on the headlines about tariffs. And trade Daniel Morrison BNP parabas says investors don't like the uncertainty they won't. Like actual tariffs either. It's more concerned about the outlook it's. About the guidance which has been week. But eventually yes if these terrorists are there if they continue it's going to have an impact on, corporate, earnings, report on pending home sales is on the way this morning, it's the index of. Contract signings to purchase previously owned US homes..
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"The clock kimberly adams kyw newsradio kyw news time five twenty two it is time for traffic and transit on the twos all right carol here's your updates the eastbound schuylkill expressway the ramp to go north on the roosevelt boulevard extension is block there's an accident happened about an hour ago police arrived an now tractor trailer is stuck on the ramp so those coming from city avenue especially to go continue eastern the schuylkill he continue north on the roosevelt boulevard you gonna keep ongoing east on the schuylkill expressway there this is the side roy a rightside road the main a dragor main trunk of the schuylkill expressway eastbound is open in moving along once again it's eastbound schuylkill e s seventy six to go north on the roosevelt boulevard that single ramp is block with that accident scene and the schuylkill expressway looks all right just recapping so you know under the thirty street station west on the schuylkill some earlier construction is gone there's no delay bind expressways okay 95 also looks alright may have heard about this when you're walking out the door we had some problems of this morning within the hour on woodhaven road eastbound direction at academy we were down to one lane with an accident scene that since as cleared out of the way a little bit of rain a little bit of fog this morning keeping the speeds and visibility down so allow some extra time this morning if he can getting ready for its county palmyra bridge opening in the next ten or fifteen minutes at the delaware river bridges for now look all right mass transit no reported delays from the trumark financial credit union 24 hour traffic center i'm sam clover ninety one who radio god flows lori it was an on your radio or anywhere you go w g o dot com slash listen i'm cbs three meteorologist katie fehlinger.
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"Pumpkin soup so what do old budget rules have to do with new legislation bear with me here usually to pass the bill in the senate you need sixty votes republicans have 52 bender says under normal rules democrats could stop in obamacare repeal they would talk it to death they would a menace to death instead when re republicans passed the 2017 budget resolution they included language to later reconcile in obamacare repeal with the budget ryan ellis is a tax consultants at the family business coalition all reconciliation does is it's a swat it says you can pass something out of the united states senate using a simple majority in exchange the legislation must have something to do with the budget revenues or spending but there are rules among them you have to pass the bill in the same fiscal year as that budget resolution and ellis says the health care debate isn't the last we'll see of reconciliation congress will very soon consider a fiscal year 2018 budget resolution with its own totally separate set a reconciliation instructions so the gop can push through tax reform on a partyline vote assuming of course congress can pass the budget first in washington i'm kimberly adams for marketplace dara coz were shot he has been the ceo at uber for less than a month but who boy does he have his hands full the company has been trying to recover from a long list of mostly self inflicted wounds which include but are not limited to allegations of sexual harassment inadequate screening of drivers a tech broke culture and most.
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"Great falls montana or harrisburg pennsylvania mitchell thank you the footsie index in london is now down threetenths percent dow s p nasdaq futures are down in the one tenth of a percent range and one more number the stadium last night to raise money for victims of the manchester terror attack brought in about two point six million dollars artists did it for free and livenation subsidize the cost of the event congress is back at work today after memorial day recess the senate's digging into healthcare and on the house side there's a vote planned on what is dubbed the financial choice act it's a republican plan to roll back many of the doddfrank reforms put into place after the great financial collapse marketplace's kimberly atoms reports dodd frank was a big sweeping piece of legislation passed in the wake of the financial crisis the choice act goes after the parts republicans dislike most sam that can researchers regulatory policy at the rightleaning american action forum for example removing too big to fail the volcker rule the durbin amendments which is a swipe fee rule the consumer financial protection bureau is going to be reformed advocates are already lining up to keep the c s p b as it is and some legal and financial experts are warning that was so much bank consolidations since the crisis banks are still too big to fail dodd frank was meant as an antidote to the big banks getting bigger merceron as a law professor at the university of georgia and with the choice act as this with kill the provisions that were age that those big banks the financial choice act is expected to pass the house but the senate's probably not in washington i'm kimberly adams for marketplace marketplace morning report is supported by danafarber cancer institute working to crack a cancer code by identifying cancer mutations and.