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"linda stewart" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD

NewsRadio WIOD

02:42 min | 3 d ago

"linda stewart" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD

"The president and ABC is chief White House correspondent Jonathan Karl says it's a defining moment for the party. If you look at what you have now, you have a party divided between those who, like Liz Cheney believe that Donald Trump has committed the greatest betrayal of the Constitution of any U S president and those who are still fervently defending him. Those who were trying to appeal to that base of fervent trump supporters and those who believe that the party must once again try to appeal to a majority of Americans. This is a situation where Donald Trump did something, and now the Republican Party faces a moment of truth about what to do about it. President Trump be the first president to be impeached twice. Ryan Clark, ABC News and the FBI, warning that state capitals could be the target of armed protests in the days to come. Thanks to the Capitol Hill riot here in Florida officials are bracing forth and possibility more on that with Larry Greenberg of Wofl. Governor. DeSanto is saying he won't allow it to happen here. This stuff is happening in our country. We just have to understand it and I don't care why you're doing it. You're not doing it here. Florida lawmakers prepping for the weekend, the state Senate President Wilton Simpson, sending a memo to Florida senators saying it is quote very likely that we will have protesters outside the capital this Sunday. Urging staff toe work remotely, Senator Linda Stewart of Orlando, saying she may even close her office for a few additional days next week when you see what had happened in D. C. They weren't expecting that to happen either. And it did Senator Stuart praising Senate President Simpson on reinforcing additional security in the last week, The Associated Press says an internal FBI bulletin warned that this nationwide protests may extend through President elect Biden's inauguration, which is happening on January 20th. It's now coming up on 904 and two South Florida men may be among those who took part of the violence in Capitol Hill. There is an investigation underway, according to Memorial Regional Hospital after Voto photos and videos went viral showing the nurse and a former North Highland Beach Police Department employees taking part. No charge has been filed yet. What a Republican urging bite into send a powerful message to the people of the U. S. In a letter to the President elect, Senator Marco Rubio calls on pine and on his first him office to tell Congress to go ahead and approve stimulus checks of $2000. Rubio says that it would send a positive message to the people, and Biden does have the ability to help break the paralysis in Washington by delivering desperately needed relief. No for almost 15,000 new covert cases for the Department of Health recording over 1.5 million cases since a pandemic.

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"linda stewart" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

02:48 min | 3 months ago

"linda stewart" Discussed on KOMO

"Stay informed the Comeau Morning news and a very pleasant good morning to you. Some son break some clouds, and I know two. We've got 53 degrees downtown. I'm Tom Cutler with our top stories from the coma. 24 7 News Center. After three days of no data, the State Health Department reporting 1740 new cases of covered 1921 new Death. Santa's coming, Ryan Calvert tells us the states also telling us where these outbreaks are largely concentrated the largest source of outbreaks for the most recent reporting period. College campuses. One of the largest campus outbreaks can be found along the University of Washington's Greek row, school president Ana Mari Kau say, said earlier this week we have made it clear and we will continue to make it clear. That if they don't get it, and they continue to break the rules party, there will be harsher disciplinary actions. Among the harsher penalties now being discussed it. The UW finds suspensions and ultimately, AH fraternity could lose its recognition. As of Monday, 242 cases of covert 19 were linked to the UW's Greek row. Covert cases continue to climate, Washington State University as well where 121 infections have been linked to Greek housing, Brian Calvert ammonia and the race to find a Corona virus vaccine moves forward at warp speed, according to local experts working toward that goal, they also say, despite these efforts Over 19 will go away any time soon More from Coco's corner, they're talking about the vaccine effort, collectively known as Operation Warp Speed. Debra Fuller Vaccine ologists at the University of Washington, says she has never worked this fast or this hard in her life. And yet Linda Stewart, vaccine expert with the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation, says much tragedy lies ahead in 2021 as the virus continues to ravage the world. They and many others spoke at the 2020 G Choir summit hosted by that local technology news site. Progress toward a vaccine has seen some well publicized setbacks over the past few days, Stewart says. When a vaccine is approved, availability is likely to be highly limited, at least at first, with health care workers getting top priority. Korwin Hate Cuomo News. Well, another beloved Seattle restaurant is temporarily closing its doors waiting for life to return to normal. Beth Skaff, eh? In the green look green like neighborhood announcing it could no longer operated 50% capacity. They hope to reopen once full seating is allowed again. That's of course, known for those huge 12 egg omelets and the appearance on the TV show Man versus Food Straight ahead, Megabucks being dumped into an Eastside Senate race. I'm Carleen Johnson End It's 904. On this Wednesday morning. Let's check in with Jordan. See how we're doing Traffic wise. Good morning. Good morning, Tom. But we don't have any blocking crashes or stalls to start off this nine o'clock hour. But.

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"linda stewart" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

02:42 min | 3 months ago

"linda stewart" Discussed on KOMO

"To go well into the afternoon with continuing coverage. The Barrett confirmation hearing I'm Dave Packer, ABC NEWS ELMO News 1000 FM 97 7. Morning 7 31 right now some places and like north of Seattle, getting some rain this morning, we're just mostly cloudy in the city and 52 degrees along with Greg Herschel Time, Madam Factor here. The top stories from the coma. 24 7 News Center State Health Department is issued some new covert 19 infection numbers after a few days of computer issues. And since Friday, 1740 new cases have been confirmed. That brings the state's total to just shy of 95,000. We also report 21 new deaths the race to find a Corona virus vaccine is moving forward at warp speed, according to local experts working toward that goal, they also say, despite these efforts, Cove it is not going away any time soon. Here's Cuomo's core one. Hey, they're talking about the vaccine effort, collectively known as Operation Warp Speed. Deborah Father Vaccine ologists at the University of Washington, says she has never worked this fast or this hard in her life. And yet Linda Stewart, vaccine expert with the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation, says much tragedy lies ahead in 2021. As the virus continues to ravage the world. They and many others spoke at the 2020 geek wire summit. Hosted by that local technology news site. Progress toward a vaccine had seen some well publicized setbacks over the past few days, Stewart says. When a vaccine is approved, availability is likely to be highly limited, at least at first, with health care workers getting top priority. Corwin Hey koe, Mo News Forecasters remain confident that La Nina will continue into this winter made in a colder, wetter season could be on the way it was Brian Calvert. Reports of local resorts are now getting ready to welcome back skiers. With new pandemic protocol. As you get into your skis this winter, you're going to have to do it while wearing a mask and at least 6 ft. Away from any other skier. While policies maybe similar. They're not all exactly the same. But local ski areas this year, for example, the website for Steven's past says everyone will where I'm asked everywhere on the mountain. The summit. It's no quality says you only need to wear a mask. Whereas say physical distance can't be maintained. Chair lifts that Crystal Mountain will be restricted to members of the same household and it Mount Baker. Indoor seating areas will be limited to 30% of capacity, Speaking of which all of the resorts plan to limit crowds in some way or another this year, either limiting the number of daily lift passes or instituting some sort of reservation system. The only area that has confirmed that yes, you'll need to have a reservation This year is Steven's Pass. Brian Calvin.

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"linda stewart" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

01:51 min | 7 months ago

"linda stewart" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"Kind of screwed and then talking about the people most blue states anyway are they even have a mind to stand up and try to stop it or did they think it would be offensive at the same time news traffic and weather Tampa bay's news radio WFLA topical storm crystal ball is moving to the north at five miles per hour in is around ninety miles south of New Orleans according to the national hurricane center heavy rainfall and storm surges are expected in the Florida panhandle and sea world in Orlando is re opening this week after weeks of closure from coping nineteen Orlando state senator Linda Stewart tells campus news channel eight we should remain optimistic that the parks are re opening but proceed with caution we can only hope that and with good luck at all when these open that it will not be devastating and will be able to continue on Disney world is expected to open its gates next month and former Cincinnati Bengals cornerback Ken Riley is dead at the age of seventy two probably played fifteen seasons for the bangles he retired in nineteen eighty three and later became the head coach and athletic director at his alma mater Florida a and M. with Florida's news I'm John found the mosque Nissan traffic center working in the roadways around Tampa Bay we have a crash to report on state road sixty east bountiful converged road has a turning lane blocked in that area continue to watch for someone else on college Avenue in both directions railroad crossing repair still on going there lanes will be blocked near seventh street your alternate there can be thirtieth four nineteen Avenue or even U. S. forty one can get you around this also watch for road construction on two seventy five from the Howard Frankland Dale Maybury expect some delays Tyler Connell newsradio WFLA body passing downpours are still possible today but overall we should be much drier as compared to Saturday tropical.

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"linda stewart" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD

NewsRadio WIOD

01:38 min | 8 months ago

"linda stewart" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD

"Commercial art and within the turnpike in Broward county in between sunrise Boulevard and Brower looks like there will be some work they're done as well hi Michael call me a cruise radio six ten W. Y. O. D. a flood watch remains in effect through this evening any thunderstorms that develop table be capable of heavy downpours I'll get close to eighty six will be windy as well few showers tonight a low of eighty and scattered thunderstorms Sunday with a high of eighty five with updates around the clock and South Florida severe weather station on the weather channel chef Mar I newsradio six ten W. Y. O. D. a protest in Brooksville a Hernando county courthouse Friday evening brought out counter protesters sure I'll meet high since the two groups passionately exchanged opinions one group waving Confederate flags for the event was mainly peaceful except for one arrest after man pulled out a machete but was later taste without injury to anyone else and tropical storm crystal balls on a track that takes it to a landfall in Louisiana which awful storm force winds late Sunday night or early Monday in the meantime the Florida panhandle will get very wet the panhandle being the worst impacts will be getting the heaviest rain and some gusty winds there as early as late Saturday into Sunday Florida weather center meteorologist bill danger says the rest of the state can expect continued showers and thunderstorms through the weekend and universal Orlando opened Friday for the first time in over two months she world opens June eleventh Disney world will start opening its parks next month visit Florida says towards confidence is slowly increasing Orlando state senator Linda Stewart tells campus news channel eight we should remain optimistic but proceed with caution we can only hope that and with good luck at all when these open that it will not be devastating and will be able to continue on visit.

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"linda stewart" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

News 96.5 WDBO

01:52 min | 8 months ago

"linda stewart" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

"People take a full alarm sound like if they are entitled to a certain amount of money just give it to another to see if this is that way people will get a big lump sum on employment and go back to work to make more money so I think that they should consider that I think a lot of workers would really appreciate it he did not update the recent data breach of the D. E. O. website well nobody's notified us about a democratic state senator Linda Stewart from Orlando says they found out from the media and D. E. L. was only given her some answers to her questions about it they told her only ninety eight people were affected and that they were able to find the error quick enough sewer tells me she still wants to know why the state sent real people's information to an I. T. company working on the site instead of using mocked up information gene Wexler news ninety six point five W. DDL in case you missed it yesterday the most recent unemployment numbers show how hard the state and central Florida have been hit by the pandemic the statewide unemployment rate has jumped almost thirteen percent here in the Orlando area it's just over sixteen percent that's been this bad since nineteen seventy six to NASA astronauts are showing the world a pandemic won't stop SpaceX from having a successful mission speaking at Kennedy Space Center today Doug Hurley says Bob banking will be an ideal partner on the historic demonstration mission to know when you're gonna find a space on a test mission that so you couldn't ask for a better person to have been in quarantine since mid March early in bank in a been tested twice for covert nineteen and will likely be tested again before the launch on may twenty seventh and that's been a good thing and some sense for for Duncan I it has allowed the opportunity for us to spend some time with our our young children will be donning new spacesuits developed from scratch by SpaceX which will be customized to each individual and less bulky the mission will be the first crewed test flight of a crew dragon spacecraft in the first manned space flight from the U. S. since twenty eleven if you are sitting in traffic hang on we'll get to.

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The Deep Divide Between Urban And Rural Voters

Morning Edition

03:00 min | 11 months ago

The Deep Divide Between Urban And Rural Voters

"This next story features some of the most powerful moments of the conversations that team had in those words Steve Inskeep and Sarah McCammon found a deep divide this division is not quite the same as the red and blue partisan divide it's different from the gaps between races our incomes our generations the truth is it's bigger than all those divisions and it embraces all of them it's the divide between the city and the surrounding countryside in metro Charlotte we met urban and rural voters on the same day now we've heard their differing views on this program in past days today we hear what some think of each other I visited a predominantly black church in Charlotte it was within sight of the big skyscrapers downtown and there I met with local activists and I told them that you Steve had been talking with mostly white suburban and rural voters many of whom support president trump what do you think of I guess our neighbours and away who voted so differently from I K. said in church that's willing Fleming he's sixty three African American a long time activist in Charlotte I think anybody to anybody it did both the trump has to have the same school of thought a trump passed and as racism that I just don't believe in it I don't Sadam Vangelis preacher can stand up and have to give trump player than he does what he's talking about there is the way many white evangelical leaders have supported the president even after he admitted to paying off a porn star even through his impeachment we had this long conversation about politics in the state of the country and Karan mac because the local NWC P. president told me she feels like many white people just don't see their own racism what I've learned is this that black people do not seem to have the same level of work in this country our lives don't have worked in this country and it's been that way since the beginning of time to sixteen nineteen let's put it that way she's referring there to the years slavery started in the United States other voters described rural trump supporters as low information voters who don't understand how they rely on government programs like social security or farm subsidies Collette all sin is president of the African American caucus for the county Democratic Party I am going to say that a lot of people are just aren't educated they don't understand the system and the process and at the end of the day once that's understood I don't think that would have been a lot of people that would have voted for him but a lot of people are voting on a motion and fear and whatever so these voters feel marginalized by some of their white suburban and rural neighbors in the Charlotte area and they also feel like some of those neighbors just aren't seeing the big picture Schering your voters were not wrong there to talk about people voting on fear because some people do fear cities at the same day that you were in central Charlotte I was the far edge of the metro and went to a cafe in the small town called kings mountain and had breakfast in the corner with Tracy Stewart his mom Linda Stewart

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"linda stewart" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

News 96.5 WDBO

01:59 min | 1 year ago

"linda stewart" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

"Reviews stating this since this morning the Orange County sheriff's office still hasn't found the man who exposed himself to young children on Wednesday the kids were walking home from Conway elementary school Wednesday afternoon when it happened they were on Haverstraw Avenue between Robie than Conway roads the sketch that we have shows a man with long wavy hair and a goatee I'm Jeanne Wexler take a look at it tapped the news button in the news ninety six point five W. D. B. O. out and speaking of creeps to expose themselves a new bill introduced by a Florida state senator would make flashing a third degree felony I thought it was imperative that we make this change in the law senator Linda Stewart represents parts of Orlando in east Orange County she wants to raise the penalties that it would require law enforcement to get an arrest warrant for a flashing suspect she says when flashers get away with it they often feel emboldened to do it again that bill does have the support of the Orange County sheriff's office allowing them to take swift but sure actions against individuals that are committing these acts in the presence of sometimes our children and sometimes other elderly folks and there's a similar bill in the Florida house in Tallahassee a plan to do away with the changing of the clocks picking up some support senator Marco Rubio says four more senators have signed on to his son chai protection act which would make daylight saving time permanent Rubio tells the Tampa Bay times he's going to keep pushing this topic and he thinks this is as close as the bill as ever come to getting passed similar legislation is pending in the house and president trump has said he supports the idea records show NBC news radio what teenagers hair was pulled backwards by in Orange County school resource deputy now so she's permanent injuries it was all captured on video led to the deputy being fired earlier this month thirteen year old willing to admins family is now calling for charges to be filed against deputy Harry Reid and hours later why in my E. and you know what to do I know if I was going to jail he's the during the chaos read could be heard calling a group of bystanders.

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Sunshine State Considers Banning Sunscreen Bans

Dana Loesch

00:43 sec | 1 year ago

Sunshine State Considers Banning Sunscreen Bans

"We told you last month about a proposal banning to popular chemicals in sunscreen will now the state Senate is working on a bill that would undo any such local regulations these chemicals really do affect our environment that's Orlando congressman Linda Stewart who recently filed a bill to prohibit the sale of some screens containing oxy Ben's own and often not safe but this new bill introduced by north Florida senator Robb Bradley would stop this kind of role Bradley argues he's worried people would stop using sunscreen altogether and that's on screen without those chemicals don't work as well I don't know really know where senator Adlai had received this information source says she's waiting on results from the FDA to see if oxy Ben's own is also harmful to

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"linda stewart" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

01:53 min | 1 year ago

"linda stewart" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"And W. X. TV HD to clear water state officials try to coordinate better all the different programs that target human trafficking progress in terms of bringing together all of the separate rooms around Florida that may have been working on this on their own server building off that Attorney General actually movies as they work with local police agencies and prosecutors across the state she says they also want to reach out to minority communities the crime is hit especially hard Orlando state senator Linda Stewart has refiled her bill to remove the statute of limitations on reporting sexual assault on children any body between the ages of fifteen and eighteen may report sexual crimes and there's no statute of limitations will be allowed thank you reported at any time currently sixteen and seventeen year olds have only a three year window to report a sexual battery Stewart's has a constituent abused by a teacher when she was fifteen buried her secret for more than forty years and that inspired the bill she says notorious repeat offender Jeffrey Epstein could have been stopped if not for the statute of limitations a similar bill store filed last session didn't make it out of committee Broward county's election supervisor promises not to run for reelection and the new Republican enters the picture nurse veteran into time they'll congressional candidate Carl Spaulding is the first U. P. candidate to run for Broward supervisor of elections in nearly twenty years she understands she's an outsider but she says all voters must wake up if we do not allow just always have the Democrats winning in Broward county which is not necessarily the voice of the people are addicted and then we're stepping backwards she wants to ensure a fair transparent elections and points to her campaign in twenty eighteen when she claims her name was absent from some ballots for Democrats have already filed to run for the seat aircraft Regus Miami with Florida's news I'm John the question.

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"linda stewart" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

02:38 min | 1 year ago

"linda stewart" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"WFLA and W. X. T. B. H. D. to clear water state officials try to coordinate better all the different programs that target human trafficking progress in terms of bringing together all of the separate rooms around Florida that may have been working on this on their own building off that Attorney General actually movies as they work with local police agencies and prosecutors across the state she says they also want to reach out to minority communities the crime is hit especially hard Orlando state senator Linda Stewart has refiled her build to remove the statute of limitations on reporting sexual assault on children everybody between the ages of fifteen and eighteen may report sexual crimes and there's no statute of limitations will be allowed thank you reported at any time currently sixteen and seventeen year olds have only a three year window to report a sexual battery Stewart says a constituent abused by a teacher when she was fifteen buried her secret for more than forty years and that inspired the bill she says notorious repeat offender Jeffrey Epstein could have been stopped if not for the statute of limitations a similar bill store filed last session didn't make it out of committee Broward county's election supervisor promises not to run for reelection and the new Republican enters the picture nurse veteran into time fail congressional candidate Carl Spaulding is the first U. P. candidate to run for Broward supervisor of elections in nearly twenty years he understands he's an outsider but she says all voters must wake up if we do not and allows you always have the Democrats winning in Broward county which is not necessarily the voice of the people are affected differently than we're stepping backwards she wants to ensure a fair and transparent elections and points to her campaign in twenty eighteen when she claims her name was absent from some ballots for Democrats have already filed to run for the seat Eric Rodriguez Miami with Florida's news I'm John the question regardless of your age whether you're in your forties or fifties or sixties you need to be aware that preparing for retirement is a long term project there's several things to consider accruing enough money of course but perhaps more important keeping the money that you do put away for your retirement safe to keep from losing it and that's where David Graham on the Graham capital advisors come in they're committed to seeing that you have the peace of mind in knowing that your retirement will be secure to help you stay ahead of inflation and of course to make certain you are the victim of a major economic down turn it could wipe out and it's about protecting your assets to make sure you're not a victim of heavy taxation and David and his advisors are fiduciary.

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"linda stewart" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

News 96.5 WDBO

01:38 min | 1 year ago

"linda stewart" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

"Missile test was reportedly overseen by leader Kim Jong hoon himself we'll bring you details on today's incident as soon as more information comes out a local lawmaker is renewing her efforts to pass a new law to pretend that prevent the deaths of children in hot cars after this past Monday marked the fourth child in Florida to die in a hot vehicle this year the bill filed by state senator Linda Stewart to what make it mandatory to have alarms to warn drivers to check rear seating areas and daycare vehicles when the engine is turned off she was prompted to try passing the measure after the death of miles hill a three year old who was left in a daycare van in Orlando for twelve hours her bill has failed twice already but she says she's hoping to make her day care alarm bill a top priority for lawmakers when they meet in January Brady Hastings news ninety six point five W. DPO do you remember hover boards well they got banned again in Orlando this last week now they can't be taken onto a lynx bus this follows a several years of nothing but bad news as hover boards were first deems unsafe to bring on airlines and then banned from UCF's main campus they've never been worried about people losing their balance the high cost of each unit motivated third parties to produce cheaper versions that used faulty often exploding batteries and a short press release that is what ling said is to blame we're about president trump's rally in Ohio got a lot of coverage tonight we were sent some audio from Germany Ratliff a friendly voice at the scene Hey guys I'm here in the arena here in downtown Cincinnati Donald Trump junior is speaking on the stage right now and definitely a big crowd.

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"linda stewart" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

News 96.5 WDBO

01:42 min | 1 year ago

"linda stewart" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

"Looking right here in central Florida for locations to house unaccompanied alien children local lawmakers were notified by an email about this see senator Linda Stewart said the email was short on the details you know if you're going to try to relocate in central Florida I'm not saying maybe they're not looking but at Orlando Orange County but that described to me central Florida HHS is also looking at potential locations near Los Angeles and in Virginia date twelve in the triple murder trial against grant Amado he's the seminal county man accused of killing his parents and brother over his obsession with the Bulgarian web cam model Amato's attorney filed a motion today asking the judge for an acquittal saying the state has no physical evidence linking a motto to the murders the judge denied that ocean a firearms expert testified today that he doesn't believe any of the three guns found in the victim's home were used in the killings but a friend of Amato said on the stand today that he believes the nine millimeter Jericho handgun stolen from his home could have been involved in the crimes saying the last person to go inside his room at before he noticed the gun was missing was grant tomato that was two weeks before the killings the prosecution has rested its case and the defense is now calling witnesses Brady Hastings news that a six point five W. D. BO big news for the space coast today this cure is a major role in the nation's nuclear defense triad Lockheed Martin is moving its ballistic missile fleet to Brevard county hundreds of employees have already moved from California to New campus in Titusville next to the police department this program supports submarine launched trident missiles the navy's ordinance test unit has long conducted unannounced tests lights off the coast of Cape Canaveral which is why the H. Q. move made sense the.

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"linda stewart" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

News 96.5 WDBO

01:34 min | 2 years ago

"linda stewart" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

"News this hour delta airlines flight had to make an emergency landing this morning at orlando international airport the plane took off round seven heading to away shortly after takeoff the pilot reported some sort of engine trouble with the boeing seven five seven four turning around in returning to hawaii a president trump tweeted this morning about last night's primaries here's what he had to say congratulating lou barlow of pennsylvania saying he'll be a great senator and will represent his people well and he will very much help make america themselves and democratic state senator linda stewart things it's possible this could become a hyper localized issue i don't see any reason why if a county or city or someone may want to do it that they couldn't bring that before they're board gene wexler news ninety six point five wdbo orlando is number two when it comes to where people want to spend their summer according to wallethub it's the great local attractions activities and affordability that keeps tourists coming back year after year right behind washington dc that takes the number one spot this year and while we've got.

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"linda stewart" Discussed on Super Station 101

Super Station 101

02:24 min | 3 years ago

"linda stewart" Discussed on Super Station 101

"Scott desk senator linda stewart democrat from orlando sponsored amendments that would have banned the sale or transfer of certain quote assault weapons that whole terminology is so ridiculous every gun can be an assault weapon it if it's used in an assault a gun can be an assault weapon under the proposal fleurian's would have had until july 1st of 2019 to obtain a certificate a possession or remove their assault weapon from the state and that policy would oppose huge logistical challenges jayco resign professor of sociology at central florida said if all gun sales were banned tomorrow that still be plenty of guns and then the united states in 25 years from now he added that such a ban would likely be subject to legal challenges many of them successful once guns are out in circulation it's very difficult to bring them back said jesulin shield crowd who is a expert in mass shooting research an assistant professor at state university of new york in us wego she noted that many guncontrol measures would punish lawabiding gun owners while likely doing little to deter criminals thank you for the logic yes we needed that and the criminals are the ones who commit all the mass shootings from a you know that that still be able to obtain their weapons but how many of you but do believe that that what florida ended up doing yesterday and i'll go through the specifics a lot of it was to show people were doing something the students show up at tallahassee demanding shouting some of them up not so respectfully and they feel like pressured to do something but any retroactive ban on weapons already purchased would play into the nra's narrative of a government out to get your guns will yeah the the nra has been unyielding on many measures which may seem over the seems logical one have these weapons only for people twenty one and older while that why why would they have problem with that well because i think the nra rightly suspects that if you're if you're pushing legislatures to do quickie legislation in the aftermath of any mass shooting then you just have to wait for the.

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"linda stewart" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

02:34 min | 3 years ago

"linda stewart" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"They would have done little to cut off the people's access to dangerous weapons anyway so when when this the state senate debated this prevision seven zero to six a just landed on governor rick scott desk senator linda stewart democrat from orlando sponsored amendments that would have banned the sale or transfer of certain quote assault weapons that whole terminology is so ridiculous every gun can be an assault weapon it if it's used in an assault a gun can be an assault weapon under the proposal fleurian's would have had until july 1st of 2019 to obtain a certificate of possession or remove their assault weapon from the state and that policy would have huge logistical challenges jayco resign professor of sociology at central florida said if all gun sales were banned tomorrow that still be plenty of guns and then the united states in 25 years from now he added that such a ban would likely be subject to legal challenges many of them successful once guns are out in circulation it's very difficult to bring them back said jesulin shield crowd who is a expert in mass shooting research an assistant professor at state university of new york and us we go she noted that many guncontrol measures would punish lawabiding gun owners while likely doing little to deter criminals thank you for the logic yes we needed that and the criminals are the ones who commit all the mass shootings from a that still be able to obtain their weapons but how many of you do believe that that what florida ended up doing yesterday and i'll go through the specifics a lot of it was to show people were doing something the students show up in tallahassee demanding shouting some of them are not so respectfully and they feel pressured to do something but any retroactive ban on weapons already purchased would play into the nra's narrative of a government out to get your god's will yeah the the nra has been unyielding on many measures which may seem all of this seems logical why not have these weapons only for people twenty one and older why that why why would they have problem with that well because i think the nra rightly suspects that if you're if you're pushing legislatures to do quickie legislation in.

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"linda stewart" Discussed on KPNW 1120AM Newsradio

KPNW 1120AM Newsradio

01:53 min | 3 years ago

"linda stewart" Discussed on KPNW 1120AM Newsradio

"To make the legal my life at the bottom of the economic run of the latter is going to get harder and more difficult there'll be more kids sitting in uh in public classrooms there'll be more kids in the emergency rooms and every more adults in prison that's costing me my position this is the moment for trump to stay as hard as can be harder than chinese calculus to make sure he does and flip on this thing i think tonight he's got the democrats on the run and this was when he's got a press the advantage and save america from itself now megan before i let you go your euromp state in nevada today sunday and also yesterday new york city atlanta san francisco la had all these women's marches and i went there and i tell me from your perspective what happened in las vegas well we have to really understand what this means but now have the common it's not women's rights are gender equality are equal pay now it is power to the polls and that was the hashtag there were registration uh booth uh everywhere at the women's march i specifically went there with an undercover camera to try to catch them buddy illegally registering um i didn't see any illegal activity however i found some questionable activity but it its power to the polls whereby linda stewart i and the other a hard leftists that run this woman's march organization i realized that they can inundate registrar's offices and secretary of state top minutes with registrations whether they be faulty or not uh and so they have a goal of just one million people and this is the tide that we are up again uh again i have to stress many states do not check a registered voters and so we need to ensure that the dhs now it's doing its job by working with a secretaries of states to clean up the voter rolls across the country specifically now that we have heart leftwing activists like linda sarsour and.

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"linda stewart" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

News 96.5 WDBO

02:06 min | 3 years ago

"linda stewart" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

"Friday's nba finals game they're now trailing the golden state warriors three till one game five is at nine o'clock tonight on channel nine to president trump starts the week facing ongoing calls to put to rest the issue of whether he has tapes of conversations with former fbi director james colmey trump tease the possible existence of those tapes during a press conference last week saying we would find out shortly one what we all remember that we again and again that orlando fans together the city of orlando remembering the forty nine lives lost at the pulse nightclub that comment from state senator linda stewart he just gone word now that governor rick scott is at pulse paying his respects is also calling for a moment of silence at nine o'clock were also speaking with victims and family members one year after the tragedy that's all coming up on the special edition of orlando's morning news orlando terror attack our city reacts i just wanted to her family i truly of the pulse nightclub shooting become something we can learn from a new day today opd of in unity we had a few and we all american in all human why have you channeling hatred turning maybe co how somewhere where it's needed to humpty be fully into a coming together the way they have to here on come together as though america so the only thing that can solve today's problems is low what we're seeing from orlando guys is our diversity is what makes us great people wish there and to open he being denied a beam latino being y k muslimchristian really superfluous w d b remembers pulse one year ago today after called morning this afternoon at eighty nine degrees for a high temperature with a fifty percent chance for more showers and thunderstorms developing through the afternoon drive and time in a stronger storms that develop we have to watch for a localised flooding threat once again today now we're down to the.

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"linda stewart" Discussed on WTMJ 620

WTMJ 620

01:36 min | 3 years ago

"linda stewart" Discussed on WTMJ 620

"State representative linda stewart it's really who can forget gotta move on and we're going to make things we should shooting by isis follow omar mateen took forty nine lives who'd ended when the police shot and killed monte cbs news update i'm frank so to panic you tmz news time seven thirty two it officer involved shooting along a popular stretch of milwaukee's lakefront last night wtmj is colleague bull in his live in the twenty four hour newsroom with more gene the milwaukee county sheriff's office says a deputy was involved in the shooting sunday evening it happened near lincoln memorial drive and water tower road witnesses say a deputy was apparently trying to pull over an suv when the shooting occurred tony scott and says he heard rapid fire shots all the senate as as gold out police officer comes outta nowhere ends it's just boop boop boop boop boop boop and asks where ted shot was fired in the neck on two people were shot and taken to the hospital there is no word on their conditions the wocka waukesha county sheriff's department is handling the investigation into the shooting lucky they are town darren says the city may be forced to cut eighty four police officers in next year's budget narrative telling the journal sentinel seventy five firefighters are also at risk as well as six public health nurses and ted code inspectors to libraries may also have to shutdown mayor barrett says he's doing everything he can to avoid the cuts including asking state lawmakers to increase shared revenue payments to the city if you read the bus milwaukee county don't forget about changes to go past the kick into the gopez holders should have been for last month's if they're no longer eligible through the program all future holders.

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