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"louisiana department health" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

06:23 min | 1 year ago

"louisiana department health" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"In Bloomberg television and radio? I'm David Weston, a surgeon Corona virus cases has caused some states consider maybe going backwards and shutting people in Maura than they had after having liberalized things, particularly places like Florida and Texas, Arizona and California. Welcome now. Dr Rebecca G. She used to be the secretary of the Louisiana Department health now she's CEO of LSU Health New Orleans. So, Dr G. Welcome back to Bloomberg. Great to have you here. I heard this morning that we have 31 states Majority States. Now that have that are not number which is critical over one. That is a bad thing is I understand, because that means you're expanding rather than contracting. Yeah. Look, what we're seeing is Corona fatigue. You know, we may be done with this virus, but the virus is not done with us. And so as a result of folks getting a little more Slappy not practicing the Holy Trinity that hand washing, social distancing. No and wearing masks. These rates have gone up and more than half of our state of cases they're increasing and the trends aren't looking good. What are we learning about the virus? Because every time I read one thing that I see something different, for example, initially were told during the summer it'll start going away. Not Dr Fauci Today said no, No, it's not going with somewhere. We don't think we're a law. On the other hand, it looks like more young people are getting in some of these states like 25 to 35 year olds instead of old people. And then there's a death rate question. Isn't is that virus changing or is just our information changing about it? You both ready viruses, mutate viruses and similar to what we know about evolution viruses that live, you know, more successfully in different environments of the ones that tend to propagate more. We know now that the virus is it spread through Europe and that air here or more infectious and then we'll hunt the viruses that were in Wuhan. They have more attachments on their cells that can Grab onto things, so, yes, that the virus is mutating. The good news is usually when you if you have a pandemic of something killed a lot of people, it usually doesn't headed fast. So Hopefully, it's mutating to be not quite as as bad as it was that we're still learning that And we do know a couple of of keep things and I would put them in four categories in time. People space in place so time. We know that the more time you spend around someone who has coded, the more likely you are to get it. We know you know, people we know the more people you're with, the more likely you are to get it. Just this statistical chance. We have to assume Cove is circulating. It hasn't gone anywhere. We're not done with the first wave. So the more people you're around, the more likely that you will get it space. So are you outside. Are you inside outside? Better? No. Outside, the more air circulation you have, the more the virus gets blown around in, the less likely it is going to land in your mouth or nose or eyes. And then place how close are you to other people when you are not in an environment where you're around them, so stay six feet apart. Those were the simple concepts that are reinforced that we continue to know the virus will change. Young people are being more sloppy than older people here in New Orleans. You see now, folks, we're not going out who are older. They're still getting groceries delivered and you see me about a couple of outbreaks with college kids and Folks having graduation parties. They're getting more sloppy, but the good news is that younger people do better when they get the virus, But the bad news is younger People can spread this virus to older people who are At a high rate of dying from so no, you know, we know something, but there are other things that are you know, people are getting virus fatigue, and they're getting sloppy and that's resulting in these numbers. Picking up on that today. There was report out of France that suggested that they did a study of several 1000 school kids and said that even though the school kids got it, they appeared not to transmit it to one another or two adults. Is that reliable? Do we have any sense of that? Because a lot of us are thinking forward toward the fall and wonder what's gonna happen with schools with colleges universities around the country. You know, I'm not. I'm a parent of five kids and my God, the university president feeling I'm in the middle of this every day. Yeah. I mean, there's some good news that our kids there was some data out of England and Wales that said, If you live in England and Wales and you're a small child, they're more likely to bit be hit by lightning than to die a probe it We're seeing some really positive data on Children not being super spreaders as you mentioned, and even here in Louisiana from data that show Look, Mom and Dad got the virus that little Children are not. Getting that at the same rate, whether it's because their immune systems are more capable, whether it's because they're exposed to more corona viruses throughout the year, and they have some a little bit more immunity. We don't yet know that that certainly positive data. And I think they're thinking of shifting around Children that the impact of having kids at home the lack of Educational opportunities and socialization is really taking a toll. Not only on these kids beyond their parents now, by the way, we now understand that Child care is not just a women's issue and that families can't work. It's kids learn in school or in some kind of environment. So I do think that if only for the you know the reason that is necessary for society to function, we're going to have to get back. The school and the data show that that there is less risk than we had initially feared. Less risk right now. What about come the regular flu season. We now have also the federal health authorities warning that we may have a real double whammy here. If we get coronavirus coming back along with the flu, What can we do to prepare for that possibility? Come November, December Well, goodness gracious. People have got to get a flu vaccine is this epidemic doesn't convince people that vaccines are valuable in vaccines are are the things that are hanging in the balance right now that that will allow us to return to normal. I hope this ends this stupid anti vaccine. No debates that we've had. Let's just get our vaccine vaccine to the single most important public health and health care, life saving invention in the.

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"louisiana department health" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

08:42 min | 1 year ago

"louisiana department health" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"Your thoughts it on especially second half hour so get your calls in now so that we get you on the broadcast what does this all mean in your opinion for the Democrat nominee process do you think it's not likely that Joe Biden will be the candidate the Donald Trump faces November third twenty twenty that two people are going to be choosing the judge Joe Biden or Donald Trump as the main two candidates I do believe Bernie Sanders can have a reverse because of moments like this from Joe Biden which remind you that children abide whose he was pumped up last night in a live journal he looked better I will give him all of that but out of his mouth immediately was gaffe immediately was something it was really weird on TV too take a listen though it probably sounds weird just as weird as well Mr Valerie here again these are little little things that add up over time now once you got onto his teleprompter stand he sounded like the guy wanted states last night he said like the guy who's got the most votes in the race and the most delegates he's also he's winning the popular vote by a million votes almost in and he's got more delegates a bird Bernie Sanders by about ideas sixty seventy I mean Bernie Sanders will probably add to his but so will Joe Biden is California comes it yeah I mean everything's going his way right now but the problem with these moments Jordan are these are the ones that go viral I mean I'm you might even find for ninety five percent of the night that these are the ones that people see and looking this this race is his for the taking right now at least the primary portion of it the problem is Jordan I think there's an open question in everyone's mind and not just conservatives by the way I think there's an open question in even his supporters of can he take it now the tables been set now there's really no other options just not an option mayor Bloomberg is not an option senator Warren's too far behind it is literally Joe Biden or Bernie Sanders and he is in a position especially if you look at the states that are coming up Michigan Washington Florida Illinois Ohio or some of the big ones other next down the pike it is his for the taking Jordan but when you see moments like this and you don't just see a once in a while you see him almost every single day the question remains will he do something to blow his chances at this point and you know what I I just I just can't say with assurance that he won't do that is the favorite now yes he is but he might get in his own way this is that's a big deal I mean it's a big deal he's the favorite now because this is a guy who is on I think worst of life support I think people thought his campaign was dead as he has to keep claiming as we said our opening of the sleepy Jones campaign came alive we'll see if we can move this fully fully there if he's able to win now Bernie Sanders is going to go full on because my Kluber's endorsed by then he's gonna go on full on class warfare within the Democrat party this could be interesting to watch that's the difference what's going to help the mainstream Democrats if Joe Biden continues to perform this way even if he doesn't reach the magic number if he's close it's going to be stealing it from Bernie then the second round the super delegates put job right over the top okay then I can put Bernie Sanders of the topic I was not really part of the party and less he was significantly significantly maybe ahead maybe then they don't take it away from him but Bernie Sanders may have lost last night then because if he can't get to that magic number what he did was he made it where if he will not he he's not gonna have some huge delegate lead and less the buying campaign has another falling apart but if you actually if you look forward it doesn't appear that would be that wave momentum matters a lot and in the six states coming up so let's look ahead next week you got three hundred fifty two delegates up for grabs on on the tenth Idaho Michigan miss Mississippi Missouri North Dakota and Washington we know from the polling Michigan Michigan flipped within days and Joe Biden's now has a lead outside the margin of error Mississippi likely Biden that's the submission a hundred twenty five delegates Mississippi thirty six delegates Missouri likely by the sixty eight delegates we don't know about North Dakota or Idaho because the polling has come out there Washington state likely Sanders with the question will be is it a Sanders victory with that where he wins like any of these Joe Biden victories were hit sixty plus percent of the votes or the center for a three by five eight ten points the doesn't give him significant amount of delegates you look at that looks like to be a bad next week for Bernie Sanders and his very I'd say young and inexperienced supporters who don't necessarily they haven't gone through then the regular if you will of politics and like job wise people have I think the problem for senator Sanders is now the the state landscape flips I mean yesterday was very favorable to senator Sanders Jordan it was I mean that the state of delegates the slate of delegates that was available to him was attractive to him it will not be attracted to him in totality over the next couple of weeks look yes there certainly states in there he's still likely to win and likely to win by a large margin but the biggest ones are likely to be won by the vice president again unless he gets in his own right I would say this Jordan I think the very low number of delegates won by other candidates last night also helps the vice president you're talking about only you know if it's depending how you count somewhere between a hundred and twenty five and a hundred and fifty that belong to other candidates that means one of these candidates is going to probably get to the magic number or at least very very close Jordan so it's gonna be almost impossible for senator Sanders the state of the seven hundred seventy one super delegates this is being stolen from me again unless there's a collapse Joe Biden is gonna be very very close to that number if he doesn't get all the way there folks again we will keep we've got a lot of calls could be one line is open though so far second half hour call right now I want your reaction two super Tuesday what it means for the twenty twenty election what it means if you're trump supporter with your Democrat how was it voting there were a lot of talk about lines I'd love those lines were not for Bernie Sanders but there were questions about your Californian which gives a Democrat run state not be prepared for the turn out that they had people waiting seven eight hours Dublin Republicans for that claim your Democrat leadership in your state is hundred percent run by Democrats but one hundred sixty four thirty one today is a major case involving abortion the Supreme Court's be argued today it is Jude medical services versus Agee and it's this that's the secretary of state for Louisiana department health and hospitals this is a case involving as we talk about this broadcast before requirement that abortionists those are performing abortion procedures have admitting privileges privileges at a hospital thank you so that if something goes wrong as it too often doesn't abortions they have the ability to get someone in the hospital to be taking care of so called admitting privileges not one case similar to this four years ago three court decided differently but they decide to take this case fan and we won't know until the summer ACLJ we filed the brief you about hundreds of thousand you stood with us and again we are going to be testifying on March eleventh actually stand as well in Maryland we've got attorneys to testify there about a Senate bill against the Senate bill to amend Maryland's constitution to put abortion as a state constitutional right under the right to privacy but literally putting it in the state constitution males were very involved here's the brief without holding my hand for those who are listening on radio and SiriusXM and I watch a Facebook or periscope but it's a major pro life case then yes similar battle battles wading across many of the states were involved in them but look when that case is argued previously justice Scalia had already passed in justice Kennedy voted the other way now course yet justice cabin on justice Gorsuch a Jordan one of our attorneys who is over there said the justice Kavanagh's line of questioning was inclined to to suggest that he might think this laws okay it should be upheld so you never want to read the tea leaves to close right up at least his line of questioning was very skeptical of the claims that the laws as we see with the entire judiciary because of the trump administration's appointments report circuit courts district courts the whole thing is gone it's getting harder for Planned Parenthood I'm not sitting in a you know it's a court ready to overturn roe versus Wade but it's getting more difficult cases that they were waiting easily estates and years ago they're not.

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"louisiana department health" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

07:15 min | 1 year ago

"louisiana department health" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"This is my sister here again these are a little little things that add up over time now once you got onto his teleprompter fan he sounded like the guy wanted states last night he said like the guy who's got the most votes in the race and the most delegates he's also he's winning the popular vote by a million votes almost it and he's got more W. Sebert Bernie Sanders by about ideas sixty seventy I mean Bernie Sanders will probably add to his but so will Joe Biden is California comes it yeah I mean everything's going his way right now but the problem with these moments Jordan are these are the ones that go viral I mean what he might've been fine for ninety five percent of the night that these are the ones that people see and look at this this race is his for the taking right now at least the primary portion of it the problem is Jordan I think there's an open question in everyone's mind and not just conservatives by the way I think there's an open question in even his supporters of can he take it now the tables been set now there's really no other options just not an option mayor Bloomberg is not an option senator Warren's too far behind it is literally Joe Biden or Bernie Sanders and he is in a position especially if you look at the states that are coming up Michigan Washington Florida Illinois Ohio or some of the big ones other next down the pike it is his for the taking Jordan but when you see moments like this and you don't just see a once in a while you see him almost every single day the question remains will he do something to blow his chances at this point and you know what I I just I just can't say with assurance that he won't do that is the favorite now yes he is but he might get in his own way this is that's a big deal I mean it's a big deal he's the favorite now because this is a guy who is on the worst of my support I think people thought his campaign was dead as he has to keep claiming as we said our opening it's a sleepy Jones campaign came alive we'll see if we can move this fully fully there if he's able to win now Bernie Sanders is going to go full on because my Cooper's endorsed by then he's gonna go on full on class warfare within the Democrat party this should be interesting to watch the different what's gonna help the mainstream Democrats if Joe Biden continues to perform this way even if he doesn't reach the magic number if he's close it's going to be stealing it from Bernie then the second round the super delegates put job right over the top okay then I can put Bernie Sanders of the topic I was not really part of the party and less he was significantly significantly maybe ahead maybe then they don't take it away from him but Bernie Sanders may have lost last night then because if he can't get to that magic number what he did was he made it where if he will not he he's not gonna have some huge delegate lead and less the buying campaign has another falling apart but if you actually if you look forward it doesn't appear that would be that wave momentum matters a lot it is in these next dates coming up so let's look ahead next week you got three hundred fifty two delegates up for grabs on on the tenth Idaho Michigan miss Mississippi Missouri North Dakota and Washington we know from the polling Michigan Michigan flipped within days and Joe Biden's now has a lead outside the margin of error Mississippi likely Biden that's the submission a hundred twenty five delegates Mississippi thirty six delegates Missouri likely by the sixty eight delegates we don't know about North Dakota or Idaho because the polling has to come out there Washington state likely Sanders with the question will be is it a Sanders victory with that where he wins like any of these Joe Biden victories were hit sixty plus percent of the vote or the center for a three by five eight ten points the doesn't give him significant amount of delegates you look at that looks like to be a bad next week for Bernie Sanders and his very I'd say young and inexperienced supporters who don't necessarily they haven't gone through stand the regular if you will of politics and like Joe Biden's people have I think the problem for senator Sanders is now the the state landscape flips I mean yesterday was very favorable to senator Sanders Jordan it was I mean that the state of delegates the slate of delegates it was available to him was attractive to him it will not be attracted to him in totality over the next couple of weeks a look yes there certainly states in there he's still likely to win and likely to win by a large margin but the biggest ones are likely to be won by the vice president again unless he gets in his own right I would say this store and I think the very low number of delegates won by other candidates last night also helps the vice president you're talking about only you know if it's depending how you count somewhere between a hundred and twenty five and a hundred and fifty that belong to other candidates that means one of these candidates is going to probably get to the magic number or at least very very close Jordan so it's gonna be almost impossible for senator Sanders the state of the seven hundred seventy one super delegates this is being stolen from me again unless there's a collapse Joe Biden is gonna be very very close to that number if he doesn't get all the way there folks again we will keep we've got a lot of calls could be one line is open though so far second half hour call right now I want your reaction two super Tuesday what it means for the twenty twenty election what it means if you're trump supporter with your Democrat how was it voting there were a lot of talk about lines I'd love those lines were not for Bernie Sanders but there were questions about your Californian which gives a Democrat run state not being prepared for the turn out that they had people waiting seven eight hours Dublin Republicans for that claim your Democrat leadership in your state is hundred percent run by Democrats but one hundred sixty four thirty one today as a major case involving abortion the Supreme Court's being argued today it is Jude medical services versus Agee and it's this that's the secretary of state for Louisiana department health and hospitals this is a case involving as we talk about this broadcast before requirement that abortionists those are performing abortion procedures have admitting privileges privileges at a hospital thank you so that if something goes wrong as it too often doesn't abortions they have the ability to get someone in the hospital to be taking care of called admitting privileges not one case similar to this four years ago three court decided differently but they decide to take this case fan and we won't know until the summer ACLJ we filed the brief thou hundreds of thousand you stood with us and again we are going to be testifying on March eleventh actually stand as well in Maryland we've got attorneys to testify there about a Senate bill against the Senate bill to amend Maryland's constitution to put abortion as a state constitutional right under the right to privacy but literally putting it in the state constitution males were very involved here's the brief without holding my hand for those who are listening on radio and SiriusXM and I watch a Facebook or periscope but it's a major pro life case then yes similar battle battles wading across many of the states were involved in them but look when that case is argued previously justice Scalia had already passed in justice Kennedy voted the other way now course yet justice cabin on justice Gorsuch a.

"louisiana department health" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

04:08 min | 1 year ago

"louisiana department health" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"Zero we've got a lot to discuss today because there's a lot going on I I want to mention at the beginning will get to it in the next segment broadcast we had major news development advocates out of the international criminal court you know remember we were at the ICC presented oral arguments back in December it seems like a lifetime ago what's happened since then a lot of hearing since then but we had a hearing in this in December at the international criminal court there the issue is whether the United States could be put into or included within proceedings that were really targeting terrorists but they were trying to get the United States involved we fought back on that we presented oral arguments in that case so that was in December don't decision yet there's been another case brewing that involves Israel we are also involved in that and involved in that heavily and that is not require a brief of about thirty pages in length so it's quite a legal document that will be getting into before you get into that so I wanted to go to fend Bennett and discuss some issues that are coming up legislatively that the ACLJ is working we just bought a brief by the way the Supreme Court in a pro life case June medical services verses Rebekah Gee she's a secretary Louisiana department health Human Services we filed the brief this involves abortion doctors having would be required to have access to medical facility privileges but then you've got some major legislation coming tells about yeah really relates to that case as well Jamie in a tie in here is that the pro abortion left in Washington DC it is move beyond abortion Jamie now there are two extreme things like the nine admitting privileges they're also did not for denying care for children who have already been born and J. this administration to leader McConnell have made it a very intentional effort to make sure that these extremes are highlighted highlighted next Tuesday J. in the United States Senate leader McConnell is going to call it two very important bills that lay out just how extreme the pro abortion left is here in DC the first one is called the pain capable unborn child protection act J. essentially that piece of legislation which would ban abortions after twenty weeks in the reason for that is there is medical consensus that it is that point that a child can feel pain most of the research cases it's early but there is medical consensus at that twenty week period so that's the first piece and the second piece J. it's not about abortion at all it's about babies that are born alive this is a bill that is sponsored by senator Sasse and says that if a baby is born alive laying on the table he or she has to have the same medical care that a child of that age in any other situation would have J. there were only three Democrats in the United States Senate that supported this next time around they will have their next chance on Tuesday it would need sixty votes to proceed but both will get a vote yeah well these are getting votes I think it it brings some attention we're gonna get into that last thing with the programme kind of the case isn't pro life very that we're working on a but also I want to go back to the situation in in Israel so the ICC prosecutor is trying to basically through a legal process very very quickly here create an environment where the court decides that the Palestinian authority is the Palestine becomes a state absolutely Sir basically the prosecutor is trying to abrogate and ignore all international norms with respect to the creation of statehood and in essence the prosecutor who has it's been I think consistently anti Israel is simply pushing a dream by many Israeli many groups that opposed the nation state of Israel and the centrally opposed the nation state of Israel remaining a Jewish state yeah that's the biggest part of it all right we'll be joined by skip back to his upper international law group in a law of armed conflict skip we joining us in Mexico with the program we're taking your calls as well one hundred six eight four three one one zero eight hundred six eight four thirty one ten so we'll take your calls about Israel about the life issue and we have a lot more head let me courage also support work the ACLJ we are close not quite close to to where we.

"louisiana department health" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

04:04 min | 1 year ago

"louisiana department health" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

"The beginning will get to it in the next segment broadcast we had major news development out of a case out of the international criminal court you know remember we were at the ICC presented oral arguments back in December it seems like a lifetime ago what's happened since then a lot of hearing since then but we had a hearing in this in December at the international criminal court there the issue is whether the United States could be put into or included within proceedings that were really targeting terrorists but they were trying to get the United States involved we fought back on that we presented oral arguments in that case so that was in December don't decision yet there's been another case brewing that involves Israel we are also involved in that and involved in that heavily and that is not a require a brief of about thirty pages a month so it's quite a legal document that will be getting into before you get into that I wanted to go to th and Bennett and discuss some issues that are coming up legislatively that the ACOG is working we just bought a brief by the way the Supreme Court in a pro life case June medical services verses Rebekah Gee she's a secretary Louisiana department health Human Services we filed the brief this involves abortion doctors having to be required to have access to medical facility privileges but then you've got some major legislation coming tells about it yeah really relates to that case as well J. I mean this guy in here is that the the pro abortion left in Washington DC it is move beyond abortion Jamie now there are two extreme things like the nine admitting privileges they're also denied for denying care for children who have already been born and J. this administration leader McConnell have made it a very intentional effort to make sure that these extremes are highlighted a highlighted next Tuesday J. in the United States Senate leader McConnell is going to call it to very important bills that lay out just how extreme the pro abortion left is here in DC the first one is called the pain capable unborn child protection act J. essentially that piece of legislation which would ban abortions after twenty weeks in the reason for that is there is medical consensus that is that point that a child can feel pain most of the research J. says it's early but there is medical consensus at that twenty week period so that's the first piece and the second piece J. it's not about abortion at all it's about babies that are born alive this is a bill that is sponsored by senator Sasse and says that if a baby is born alive laying on the table he or she has to have the same medical care that a child of that age in any other situation would have J. there were only three Democrats in the United States Senate that supported this next time around they will have their next chance on Tuesday it would need sixty votes to proceed but both will get a vote yeah well these are getting votes I think it it brings up a denture we're gonna get into that in the last name of the program kind of the case isn't pro library that we're working on but also I want to go back to the situation in in Israel so the ICC prosecutor is trying to basically through a legal process very very quickly here create an environment where the court decides that the Palestinian authority is the Palestine becomes a state absolutely Sir basically the prosecutor is trying to abdicate and ignore all international norms with respect to the creation of statehood and in essence the prosecutor who has it's been I think consistently anti Israel is simply pushing a dream by many Israeli many groups that opposed the nation state of Israel and the centrally opposed the nation state of Israel remaining a Jewish state yeah that's the biggest part of it all right we'll be joined by skip ash who heads up for international law group the law of armed conflict skip we joining us in Mexico with the program we're taking your calls as well one eight hundred six eight four three one one zero eight hundred six eight four thirty one ten so we'll take your calls about Israel about the life issue and we have a lot more head let me courage also support work the ACLJ we are close not quite close to to where we were last.

"louisiana department health" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

04:31 min | 1 year ago

"louisiana department health" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"I want to discuss today because there's a lot going on I I want to mention at the beginning will get to it in the next segment broadcast we had major news development advocates out of the international criminal court you know would remember we were at the ICC presented oral arguments back in December it seems like a lifetime ago what's happened since then a lot of hearing since then but we had a hearing in this in December at the international criminal court there the issue is whether the United States could be put into or included within proceedings that were really targeting terrorists but they were trying to get the United States involved we fought back on that we presented oral arguments in that case so that was in December don't decision it there's been another case brewing that involves Israel we are also involved in that and involved in that heavily and that is not require a brief of about thirty pages in length so it's quite a legal document I will be getting into before you get into that but I wanted to go to fend Bennett and discuss some issues that are coming up legislatively that the ACLJ is working we just bought a brief by the way the Supreme Court in a pro life case June medical services verses Rebekah Gee she's a secretary Louisiana department health Human Services we filed the brief this involves abortion doctors having would be required to have access to medical facility privileges but then you've got some major legislation coming tells about yeah really relates to that case as well J. Meena trying here is that the the pro abortion left in Washington DC it is move beyond abortion Jamie now there are two extreme things like the nine admitting privileges they're also did not for denying care for children who have already been born and J. this administration a leader McConnell have made it a very intentional effort to make sure that these extremes are highlighted highlighted next Tuesday J. in the United States Senate leader McConnell is going to call it to very important bills that lay out just how extreme the pro abortion left is here in DC the first one is called the pain capable unborn child protection act J. essentially that piece of legislation which would ban abortions after twenty weeks in the reason for that is there is medical consensus that it is that point that a child can feel pain most of the research J. says it's early but there is medical consensus at that twenty week period so that's the first piece and the second piece J. it's not about abortion at all it's about babies that are born alive this is a builder sponsored by senator Sasse and says that if a baby is born alive lane on the table he or she has to have the same medical care that a child of that age in any other situation would have J. there were only three Democrats in the United States Senate that supported this next time around they will have their next chance on Tuesday it would need sixty votes to proceed but both will get a vote yeah well these are getting both I think it it brings attention we're gonna get into that last thing with the programme kind of the case isn't pro library that we're working on a but also I want to go back to the situation in in Israel so the ICC prosecutor is trying to basically through a legal process very very quickly here create an environment where the court decides that the Palestinian authority is the Palestine becomes a state absolutely Sir basically the prosecutor is trying to abrogate and ignore all international norms with respect to the creation of statehood and in essence the prosecutor who has it's been I think consistently anti Israel is simply pushing a dream by many Israeli many groups that opposed the nation state of Israel and the centrally opposed the nation state of Israel remaining a Jewish state yeah that's the biggest part of it all right when we joined by skip back to his upper international law group in a law of armed conflict skip we joining us on the axing of the program we're taking your calls as well one hundred six eight four three one one zero eight hundred six eight four thirty one ten so we'll take your calls about Israel about the life issue and we have a lot more head let me courage also support work the ACLJ we are close not quite close to to where we were last year in the month of February about two percent behind to be specific so you're supported the ACLJ makes a huge difference we encourage you to listen this broadcast once more to work B. C. L. J. do it today at ACLJ dot for in travel we've got the answer this report is sponsored by circle K. was there was some good news an earlier crash.

"louisiana department health" Discussed on V103

V103

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"louisiana department health" Discussed on V103

"Who phase right i had i remember one time i hurt yourself again red nail polish bread milk my grandmother comedy jazz abell yeah that's jazz belt stuff right there odeal okay oh we just don't have time and i had to say right right right well listen is here with our national news pleased introduced her ladies and gentlemen miss an trip thank you thank you good morning everybody and here it is this is andrew put the news let's get it going a us district court judge has ruled that at and t and time warner should be allowed to merge if they want to and that's despite objections from the trump administration yesterday's decision comes in one of the biggest antitrust trials in years it took twenty months the trump justice department sued to try and block the planned eighty five billion dollar merger making the argument that it would hurt competition and result in higher costs for consumers however at and t's lawyer daniel petrocelli says that the trump justice department simply failed to meet its burden of proof after an intensive pretrial discovery process and after a grueling six week trial the government could present no credible proof in support of any of its theories yesterday's decision though expected to spark a wave of consolidations and a lot of movement on wall street because of this decision as you would expect senate republicans say they're cautiously optimistic cautiously about last weekend's peace talks president trump and north korean leader kim jong un hell those over the weekend senate majority leader mitch mcconnell is joining the growing number of his colleagues who say that any deal reached with north korea has to be submitted to the congress for approval i think there'd be widespread interest in congress for having an involvement in this if the president can reach a significant agreement with the north koreans i hope it takes the form of a treaty that's what the founders of our country anticipated and that's why it's in the constitution treaties requires support from twothirds of the senate for ratification the obama era net neutrality rules designed to ensure equal access to the internet expired this week day before yesterday actually the fcc repeal them last year the senate voted to reverse the decision but the house of representatives refused to act on it official with the louisiana department health say they may have to eliminate for medicaid enrollment programs because of the state budget shuts down their thirties say for instance that nursing home page payments could end for thousands of the state's elderly letters are being mailed to some thirty seven thousand medicaid recipients informing them that their care programs could end.

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