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Bowen reports the first time lawmakers have considered the idea but backers. Say the timing is right. Tell households of ended by the pandemic house file. Twelve hundred would create a statewide fund for employers and their staff to pay into representing roughly two to three dollars. A weekly earnings plan would then cover twelve weeks of partial wages for a worker dealing with a serious illness or caring for a newborn or another loved. One northfield city council member. Jessica petersen white says like many people she's to make difficult choices juggling a young child and her job because of the pandemic mann maternity leave lasted a little more than a week. And then i was working harder than ever before makes your bookstore survived. Twenty twenty supporters say the fund would help working families deal with long term effects of the crisis and could help reduce staff turnover but senate republican side the cost for small business owners and note that many employers offer their own plans. The bill also opposed by the minnesota chamber of commerce cleared a house committee this week while the minnesota house version is seeing some movement. It's unclear whether the companion bill in the senate will get a hearing. Louis dejoy the a battle postmaster. General said wednesday. He's not going anywhere as he faces. Withering criticism of his leadership of the us postal service and call for president. Joe biden to oust him that from political testifying at a house oversight and reform committee meeting. Dejoy said he intended to be around the time. Get used to me. He said politico notes joys resolve may be put to the test soon as biden nominated three people to fill open seats on the board that determines the post pastors fate. Would that come see opportunity to get rid of dejoy. An election in washington's largest city aimed at making elections better reflect. The will of voters is getting some new funding born that from eric. Take it off the center for election. Science is making seventy thousand dollar grant to seattle approves and four other groups around the country. Seattle approves wants to change the city's primary elections so that voters select all the candidates they support rather than just one. Logan bowers ran for seattle city council and twenty nineteen. He saw voters struggle with the crowded field of candidates and thinks approval. Voting would make the process easier or candidates that have similar views. They don't have to worry that their votes going to be split and then both candidates will lose and so the net was also. That is the candidates that make it through. Tend to be favored or approved by voters. Voting reform groups were also chosen in the san francisco bay area austin texas missouri and utah. This is p. Federal regulators have issued a preliminary permit now for a pumped hydropower project using water for blink powell but conservation groups say climate change could make that plan unsustainable. The project would pump water from the lake. Drain it downhill to a generator and send the power to massive batteries for storage. The twenty two hundred megawatt project would supply cities in arizona. California nevada over lines previously used by the retired navajo generating station but gary wachner with the group saved. The colorado says falling water levels will make the colorado river basin an unreliable source of water to build billions dollars with the infrastructure in this lake in the system. That is clearly in severe decline. It's just range way to try to generate fresheners a lot smarter faster easier ways generous than from stories hydro. The permit gives the developer daybreak power. The go ahead to negotiate for land use rights and finalized plans for the project but conservation groups say the three point. Six billion dollars would be better invested in solar and wind power projects mark. Richardson reporting data. She a big drop. Just over nine percent in the number of indiana students ply for federal student aid this year. Experts say that could mean a big red flag for college enrollment. The national college attainment network cracks festivus free applications for federal student aid. Morally keller is network director of technical assistance. If the fastest they're already running just under ten percent behind and faxes are very strong indicator about the likelihood to enroll in college. We may be getting set up for another significant drop in college enrollment. This fall one speculation as many students are hold off waiting to hear whether their preferred college will offer in person instruction next semester. And finally our lily bulky tells us a cohort of white people of means are transferred wealth to black lead food and land organizations across the nation as a form of reparations and restored of justice at the detroit black community food security network executive director maliki akini says a white woman from california called last year saying she wanted a sizeable portion of her inheritance to go to the organization. He akini recalls. She felt. There was some lack of justice in how the money was acquired and she wanted to redirect it into the community one of the fundamental reasons that black brown and indigenous communities suffer food insecurity is because of dispossession of land. One of the things that gives the community. The ability to feed itself is having access to land. You know to grow produce food. According to recent data wait people. Oh ninety eight percent of us farmland though. Many black americans have deeper roots in farming. The story was produced with original reporting from ruth. Terry for yes. Media this is by clifford for public news service.

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"maliki akini" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

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07:31 min | 1 year ago

"maliki akini" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

"A bill advancing in the minnesota would establish a statewide paid family. Leave program are mike. Born reports is not the first time lawmakers have considered the idea but backers. Say the timing is right. Tell households of ended by the pandemic house file. Twelve hundred create a statewide fund for employers and their staff to pay into representing roughly two to three dollars a weekly earnings. The plan covers twelve weeks of partial wages for a worker dealing with a serious illness or caring for a newborn or another loved. One northfield city council member. Jessica petersen white says like many people. She's to make difficult choices. Juggling a young child her job because of the pandemic maternity leave lasted a little more than a week. And then i was working harder than ever before. It's makes your mental survive. Twenty twenty supporters say the fund would help working families deal with term effects of the crisis and could help reduce staff turnover but senate republicans site the concert. Small business owners and note that many employers offer their own plans. The bill also opposed by the minnesota chamber of commerce cleared a house committee this week while the minnesota house version is seeing some movement. It's unclear whether the companion bill in the senate will get hearing louis dejoy the battle postmaster. General said wednesday. He's not going anywhere as he faces. Withering criticism of his leadership of the us postal service and call for president. Joe biden to oust him that from politico testifying at a house oversight and reform committee meeting. Dejoy said he intended to be around a long time. Get used to me. He said politico notes to joys resolve may be put to the test. Soon as biden nominated three people to fill open seats on the board that determines he post pastors fate. Would that come see opportunity to get rid of dejoy an election. Washington's largest city and making elections better reflect the will of voters is getting some new funding born that from iraq ticket off the center for election. Science is making a seventy thousand dollar to seattle approves and four other groups around the country. Seattle approves wants to change the city's primary elections so that voters select all the candidates they support rather than just one logan hours ran for seattle city council and twenty nine thousand nine hundred. He saw voters struggle with crowded field of candidates and thanks approval. Voting would make the process easier. If there's two candidates that have similar views. They don't have to worry that their votes going to be split and book candidates will lose and so the net was that if the candidates that make it through tend to be favored or approved by war. Voters voting reform groups were also chosen in the san francisco bay area austin texas missouri and utah. This is p. ennis federal regulators have issued a preliminary permit now for a pumped. Hydropower project using water for blake powell but conservation groups say climate change could bake that plan unsustainable. The project would pump water from the lake. Drain it downhill to a generator and send the power to massive battery for storage. The twenty two hundred megawatt project would supply cities in arizona. California nevada over lines previously used by the retired navajo generating station but gary walkner with the group save. The colorado says falling water levels will make the colorado river basin. An unreliable source of water started to build billions down with the infrastructure in this lake in the system that is clearly in severe decline range way to try to generate a lot smarter faster easier ways generous then from stories hydro. The permit gives the developer daybreak power. The go ahead to negotiate for land use rights and finalized plans for the project but conservation groups say the three point. Six billion dollars would be better invested in solar and wind power projects mark. Richardson reporting new data. She's a big drop pissed over nine percent. In the number of indiana students apply for federal student aid this year. Experts say that could mean a big red flag for college enrollment. The national college attainment network cracks fast free applications for federal student aid morally. Keller is he networks director of technical assistance if the fasces are already running just under ten percent behind and faxes are very strong indicator about the likelihood to enroll in college. We may be getting set up for another significant drop in college. Enrollment this fall one speculations. Many students are holding off waiting to hear whether their preferred college will offer in person instruction next semester. And finally our lily bulky tells us a cohort of white people of means are transferred wealth to black lead food and land organizations across the nation as a form of reparations and restorative justice at the detroit black community food security network executive director maliki akini says the white woman from california called last year saying she wanted a sizeable portion of her inheritance to go to the organization. He akini recalls. She felt there was some lack of justice in how the money was acquired and she wanted to redirected community one of the fundamental reasons that black brown and indigenous community suffer. Food insecurity is because of dispossession of land. One of the things that gives the community. The ability to feed itself is having access to land to grow and produce food. According to recent data wait people ninety eight percent of farmland though many black americans have deep roots in farming. This story was produced original reporting from ruth. Terry for yes media. This is mike clifford for public new service member at listener supported and always online at public news service dot. Org here's a look at weather from the hotlanta newsfeed weather center today. Mostly sunny with moderate wind. Timely of fifty five tonight mostly cloudy with light wind and occasional gusts as high as twenty miles per hour low around twenty seven thursday partly sunny with a high near forty three. That's the latest weather checkout more news and weather on our website at heartland news feed dot com. Hey it was a that kidnapped that ball out and it is hands twice so under thirty left san diego state having trouble get it in. They got a call. Time out again are they. Are they calling foued. Are you watching this game. Cover high no. I think that they. I think they actually called a foul. Like i'm trying to figure it out without any knowledge of the volume or anything else going on here. I think they actually called a foul on n. Mounts and they did. And now san diego state shoot free throws so they never inbounded it they never even tried to inbound it. They fouled him as the guy was trying to pass it in. They followed the guy and they're at the line again and they hit the first free throw so free points you know what like this is crazy. Now they're up to sixty two sixty and just a great finish twenty seven seconds left very entrenched in this game. He hits the second free throw and now it's a.

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"maliki akini" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

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06:48 min | 1 year ago

"maliki akini" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

"It's makes your mental survive. Twenty twenty supporters say the fund would help working families deal with long-term effects of the crisis and could help reduce staff turnover but senate republicans site the cost for small business owners and note that many employers offer their own plans. The bell also opposed by the minnesota chamber of commerce cleared a house committee this week while the minnesota house version is seeing some movement. It's unclear whether the companion bill in the senate will get a hearing. Louis dejoy the embattled postmaster general said wednesday. He's not going anywhere as he faces. Withering criticism of his leadership of the us postal service and called for president. Joe biden to oust him that from political testifying at a house oversight and reform committee meeting. Dejoy said he intended to be around a long time. Get used to me. He said politico notes to joys resolve may be put to the test soon as by nominated three people to fill open seats on the board that determines the posters fate with that. Come see opportunity to get rid of dejoy and election of washington's largest city aimed at making elections better reflect the will of voters is getting some new funding. Worn that from eric taken off the center for election science is making a seventy thousand dollar grant to seattle approves and for other groups around the country seattle approves wants to change the city's primary elections so that voters select all the candidates they support rather than just one logan bowers ran for seattle city council and twenty nineteen. He saw voters struggle with the crowded field of candidates and thinks approval voting would make the process easier to candidates that have similar view. They don't have to worry that their votes going to be split and then book candidates will lose and so the net was also that if the candidates that make it through tend to be favored or approved by war voters voting reform groups were also chosen in the san francisco bay area austin texas missouri and utah. This is pianist. Federal regulators have issued a preliminary permit now for a pumped power project using water for blink powell but conservation groups say climate change could make that. Plan on sustainable. The project would pump water from lake. Drain it downhill to generator and send the power to massive batteries for storage. The twenty two hundred megawatt project but supply cities in arizona california nevada over lines previously used by retired navajo generating station but gary wachner with the group save. The colorado says falling water levels will make the colorado river basin an unreliable source of water trying to build billion dollars worth of infrastructure in this lake in the system. That is clearly in severe decline. It's strange way to try to generate martyr faster. Easier ways generous than from stories hydro. The permit gives developer daybreak power. The go-ahead to negotiate for land use rights and finalized plans for the project but conservation groups say the three point. Six billion dollars would be better invested in solar and wind power projects mark. Richardson reporting new. Data is a big drop just over nine percent in the number of indiana students ply for federal student aid this year. Experts say that could mean a big red flag for college enrollment. The national college attainment network cracks festivus free applications for federal student aid. Morally keller is networks director of technical assistance. If the fast is they're already running just under ten percent behind and fast as are very strong indicator about the likelihood to enroll in college. We may be getting set up for another significant drop in college enrollment. This fall one speculation as many students are holding off waiting to hear whether their preferred college will offer in person instruction next semester. And finally our lily bulky tells us a cohort of white people of means are transfer wealth to black lead food and land organizations across the nation as a form of reparations and restored of justice at the detroit black community food security network executive director maliki akini says a white woman from california college last year saying she wanted a sizeable portion of her inheritance to go to the organization yuki recalls. She felt there was some lack of justice in how the money was acquired and she wanted to redirect it into the community one of the fundamental reasons that black brown and indigenous communities suffer food insecurity is because of dispossession of land. One of the things that gives a cumulative the ability to feed itself is having access to land you know to grow and produce food. According to recent data wait people own ninety eight percent of us farmland though many black americans have deep roots in farming. The story was produced with original reporting from ruth. Terry for yes media. This is mike clifford for public news service member at listener supported and always online at public news service dot. Org look at weather from the heartland news feed weather center today. Mostly sunny with moderate wind. Timely fifty five tonight mostly cloudy with light wind and occasional gusts as high as twenty miles but raw low around twenty seven thursday partly sunny with a high near forty three. That's the latest weather checkout more news and weather on our website at heartland feed dot com and twenty points. Nine boards seven times for veered joe harris four of six from downtown. Fourteen points for joe claxton. Their use 'em now at power forward. The big fellow at the fresh do a ten spot with three boards. Shamet nineteen hit five threes and had nine rebounds nine thousand nine hundred eighty nine for your boy sham it. How about our voice. Shabalin who you like better. I like shabby better than shamet. I gotta tell you. that's just me though. Even though he hasn't given us our music yet after promising the music multiple times. It doesn't even matter anymore if he sends music. Mafia got like fifty. new music. beds aren't illegal as you know. I've been in copyright. 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Bitcoin cash local dot. You're listening to the heartland newsfeed radio network lie and hotlanta newsfeed dot com. This stream is supported by advertisers and contributions by follow us on facebook twitter and instagram. The public service door newscast avoid the twenty fifth. Twenty twenty one by kissing a bill advancing in the minnesota would establish a statewide paid family. Leave program are mike. Bowen reports the first time lawmakers have considered the idea but backers. Say the timing is right. Tell households of ended by the pandemic house file. Twelve hundred would create a statewide fund for employers and their staff to pay into representing roughly two to three dollars. A weekly earnings. The plan would then cover twelve weeks of wages for a worker dealing with a serious illness or caring for a newborn or another loved. One northfield city council member jessica. Petersen white says like many people. She's to make difficult choices. Juggling a young child and her job because of the pandemic mann maternity leave lasted a little more than a week. And then i was working harder than ever before it's makes Survived twenty twenty supporters. Say the fun would help. Working families deal with term effects of the crisis and could help reduce staff turnover but senate republicans at the cost for small business owners and note that many employers offer their own plans. The bill also opposed by the minnesota chamber of commerce cleared a house committee this week while the minnesota house version is seeing some movement. It's unclear whether the companion bill in the senate will get a hearing. Louis dejoy the battle postmaster. General said wednesday. He's not going anywhere as he faces. Withering criticism of his leadership of the us postal service and calls for president. Joe biden to oust him from political testifying at a house. Oversight and reform committee meeting dejoy said he intended to be around a long time. Get used to me. He said politico notes joys resolve may be put to the test soon as by nominated three people to fill open seats on the board that determines he posts pastors fate. Would that come see opportunity to get rid of dejoy. An election in washington's largest city and making elections better reflect the will of voters is getting some new funding born that from iraq ticket off the center for election. Science is making a seventy thousand dollar grant to seattle approves and for other groups around the country. Seattle approves wants to change the city's primary elections so that voters select the candidates they support rather than just one. Logan bowers ran for seattle city council and two thousand nineteen. He saw voters struggle with a crowded field of candidates and thanks approval. Voting would make the process easier to candidates that have similar view. They don't have to worry that they're going to be split. And then both candidates will lose and so the net was also. That is the candidates that make it through tend to be favored or approved by war. Voters voting reform groups were also chosen in the san francisco bay area austin texas missouri and utah. This is p. ns federal regulators have issued a preliminary permit now for a pumped. Hydropower project using water for blink powell but conservation groups say climate change could make that plan unsustainable. The project would pump water from the lake. Drain it downhill to a generator and send the power to massive batteries for storage. The twenty two hundred megawatt project supply cities in arizona. California nevada over lines previously used by the retired navajo generating station but gary with the group saved. The colorado says falling water levels will make the colorado river basin an unreliable source of water starting to build billion dollars with the infrastructure in this lake in the system that is clearly in severe decline range way to try to generate a lot smarter faster easier ways. The generous than from stories hydro. The permit gives the developer daybreak power. The go ahead to negotiate for land use rights and finalized plans for the project but conservation groups say the three point. Six billion dollars would be better invested in solar and wind power projects mark. Richardson reporting data. She was a big drop just over nine percent. In the number of indiana students apply for federal student aid this year. Experts say that could mean a big red flag for college enrollment. The national college attainment network cracks festivus free applications for federal student aid. Morally keller is network director of technical assistance if the fastest running just under ten percent behind and faxes are very strong indicator about the likelihood to enroll in college. We may be getting set up for another significant drop in college. Enrollment this fall one speculations. Many students are holding off waiting to hear whether their preferred college will offer in person instruction next semester. And finally our lily bulky tells us a cohort of white people of means are transferred well to black lead food and land organizations across the nation as a form of reparations and restorative justice at the detroit black community food security network executive director maliki akini says woman from california called last year saying she wanted a sizeable portion of her inheritance to go to the organization. He akini recalls. She felt there was some lack of justice in how the money was acquired and she wanted to redirect it in the community one of the fundamental reasons that black brown and indigenous communities suffer food insecurity is because of dispossession of land. One of the things that gives the community. The ability to feed itself is having access to land to grow produce food. According to recent data white people own ninety eight percent of us farmland though. Many black americans have deep roots in farming. The story was produced with original reporting for ruth. Terry for yes media. This is mike clifford. Four public news service member allaster.

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The plan covers twelve weeks of partial wages for a worker dealing with a serious illness or caring for a newborn or another loved. One northfield city council member. Jessica petersen white says like many people. She's to make difficult choices. Juggling a young child her job because of the pandemic maternity leave lasted a little more than a week. And then i was working harder than ever before. It's make sure my books survive. Twenty twenty supporters say the fund would help working families deal with term effects of the crisis and could help reduce staff turnover but senate republicans site the cost for small business owners and note that many employers offer their own plans. The bill also opposed by the minnesota chamber of commerce cleared a house committee this week while the minnesota house version is seeing some movement. It's unclear whether the companion bill in the senate will get curing louis dejoy the battle postmaster. General said wednesday. He's not going anywhere as he faces. Withering criticism of his leadership of the us postal service and calls for president. Joe biden to oust him that from politico testifying at a house oversight and reform committee meeting. Dejoy said he intended to be around a long time. Get used to me. He said politico notes to joys resolve may be put to the test soon as by nominated three people to fill open seats on the board that determines he posts pastors fate. Would that come see opportunity to get rid of dejoy and an election. Washington's largest city and making elections better reflect the will of voters is getting some new funding. Born that from eric ticket off the center for election. Science is making a seventy thousand dollar grant to seattle approves and four other groups around the country. Seattle approves wants to change the city's primary elections so that voters select candidates they support rather than just one logan hours ran for seattle city council and twenty nine thousand nine hundred. He saw voters struggle with crowded field of candidates and thinks approval. Voting would make the process easier to candidates that have similar views. They don't have to worry that they're going to be split and book. Candidates will lose and so the net was that if the candidates that make it through tend to be favored or approved by war. Voters voting reform groups were also chosen in the san francisco bay area austin texas missouri and utah. This is p. ns federal regulators have issued a preliminary permit now for a pumped. Hydropower project using water for blake powell but conservation groups say climate change could make that plan unsustainable. The project would pump water from the lake. Drain it downhill to a generator and send the power to massive battery for storage. The twenty two hundred megawatt project but supply cities in arizona. California nevada over lines previously used by the retired navajo generating station but gary walkner with the group save. The colorado says falling water levels will make the colorado river basin an unreliable source of water starting to build billions down with the infrastructure in this late in the system that is clearly in severe decline range. Way to try to generate electricity. A lot smarter faster easier ways. Kristan from storage hydro. The permit gives the developer daybreak power. The go ahead to negotiate for land use rights and finalized plans for the project but conservation groups say the three point. Six billion dollars would be better invested in solar and wind power projects mark. Richardson reporting the data. She was a big drop pissed over nine percent. In the number of indiana students apply for federal student aid this year. Experts say that could mean a big red flag for college enrollment. The national college attainment network cracks fast free applications for federal student aid morally. Keller is he networks director of technical assistance if the fasces are already running just under ten percent behind and faxes are very strong indicator about the likelihood to enroll in college. We may be getting set up for another significant drop in college. Enrollment this fall one speculations. Many students are holding off waiting to hear whether their preferred college will offer in person instruction next semester. And finally our lily bulky tells us a cohort of white people of means are transferred wealth to black lead food and land organizations across the nation as a form of reparations and restorative justice at the detroit black community food security network executive director maliki akini says the white woman from california called last year saying she wanted a sizeable portion of her inheritance to go to the organization. He akini recalls. She felt there was some lack of justice in how the money was acquired and she wanted to redirect it into the community one of the fundamental reasons that black brown and indigenous community suffer food. Insecurity is because of dispossession of land. One of the things that gives community the ability to feed itself is having access to land to grow and produce food. According to recent data wait people ninety eight percent of us farmland though many black americans have deep roots in farming. The story was produced with original reporting ruth. Terry for yes. Media this is by clifford for public new service member a-listers.

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02:15 min | 1 year ago

"maliki akini" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

"In college enrollment. This fall one speculation as many students are holding off waiting to hear whether their preferred college will offer in person instruction next semester. And finally our lily bulky tells us a cohort of white people of means are transfer wealth to black lead food and land organizations across the nation as a form of reparations and restored justice at the detroit black community food security network executive director maliki akini says a white woman from california called last year saying she wanted a sizeable portion of her inheritance to go to the organization. You kini recalls. She felt there was some lack of justice and how the money was acquired and she wanted to redirect it into the community one of the fundamental reasons that black brown and indigenous communities suffer food. Insecurity is because of of land one of the things that gives the community. The ability to feed itself is having access to land. You know to grow and produce food. According to recent data wait people. Oh ninety eight percent of us farmland though many black americans have deep roots in farming. The story was produced with original reporting for ruth. Terry for yes media. This is my clifford for public. New service member allaster.

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07:47 min | 1 year ago

"maliki akini" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

"Worn that from eric ticket off the center for election science is making a seventy thousand dollar grant to approves and for other groups around the country seattle approves wants to change the city's primary elections so that voters select all the candidates they support rather than just one. Logan bowers ran for seattle city council in two thousand nineteen. He saw voters struggle with the crowded field of candidates and things approval voting would make the process easier to candidates that have similar views. They don't have to worry that their votes going to be split and then both candidates will lose and so the net result of that if the that make it through tend to be favored or approved by voters voting reform groups were also chosen in the san francisco bay area austin texas missouri and utah. This is pianist. Federal regulators have issued a preliminary permit now for a pumped hydropower project using water for blink pal but conservation groups say climate change could bake that plan unsustainable. The project would wander from the lake. It downhill to a generator and send the power to massive battery storage. The twenty two hundred megawatt project would supply cities in arizona. California nevada over lines previously used by the retired navajo generating station but gary wachner with the group save. The colorado says falling water levels will make the colorado river basin an unreliable source of water starting to build billions dollars infrastructure in this lake in the system. That is clearly in severe decline. It's just range way to try to generate a lot smarter faster. Easier am from stories. Hydro the permit gives the developer daybreak power. The go-ahead to negotiate for land use rights and finalized plans for the project but conservation groups. Say the three point. Six billion dollars would be better. Invested in solar and wind power projects mark. Richardson reporting new data. Shows a big drop just over nine percent. In the number of indiana students apply for federal student aid this year. Experts say that could mean a big red flag for college enrollment. The national college attainment network cracks festivus free applications for federal student aid morally. Keller is he networks director of technical assistance. If the fast they're already running just under ten percent behind and factors are very strong indicator about the likelihood to enroll in college. We may be getting set up for another significant drop in college. Enrollment this fall. one speculation. Many students are holding off waiting to hear whether their preferred college will offer in person instruction next semester. And finally our lily bulky tells us a cohort of white people of means are transferred wealth to black lead food and land organizations across the nation as a form of reparations and restorative justice at the detroit black community food security network executive director maliki akini says a white woman from california called last year saying she wanted a sizeable portion of her inheritance to go to the organization ikini recalls. She felt there was quote some lack of justice in how the money was acquired and she wanted to redirect it into the community one of the fundamental reasons that black brown indigenous communities suffer food insecurity is because of dispossession of land one of the things. That gives accumulates. The ability to feed itself is having access to land. You know to grow and produce food. According to recent data white people oh ninety eight percent of us land though many black americans have deep roots in farming. This story was produced with original reporting from ruth. Terry for yes. Media this is by clifford for public news service member at listener supported and always online at public news service dot. Org here's a look at weather from the heartland newsbeat weather center today. Monthly sunny with moderate wind. timely fifty. Five tonight mostly cloudy with light. Wind occasional gusts as high as twenty miles per hour. Low around twenty seven thursday partly sunny with a high near forty three. That's the latest weather. Shakeout more news and weather on our website to heartland news feed dot com. Hey friends what has happened. Just a quick note before starting today's episode of finding freedom. Wanna talk to you about another great podcast. One that i listened to all the time it's called good morning liberty it's hosted by our good friends. Nate and charlie user two guys that I'll tell you what they do. A great job of sorting through the news and pulling out the most important stuff there two guys that they actually worked together and they have a healthcare. It consulting company so really cool interesting background for a lot of things that were going through today with pandemic and everything else but also importantly i think they really bring a great way of taking complicated ideas and condensing them down so you can easily communicate them to your friends and persuade them to Know actually agree with you on some topics. So i really want to encourage you if you haven't done this yet. Go give good morning. Liberty lesson checkout named charlie and tell them that i sent you to listen to good morning liberty. Check it out. We are born free time between though. Isn't that time. Governments institutions are egos will limit our ability to find your freedom in this life. These are real. Stories of real people overcoming the odds persevering injustice and unlocking potential. Welcome to finding them. Here's your host. John older men. My guest today is paul crosses. Paul was convicted of conspiracy to sell a controlled substance. Back in one thousand nine. Ninety three was a non violent crime. He was sentenced to life. He ended up serving twenty nine years and he was recently released just on february fifth just earlier. This month and paul has really really interesting story really shocking story. In a lot of ways. I talk with him a few days ago before recording. This and he has a lot to share. This is really powerful story. Paul welcome to find freedom. Thanks for coming on the show. Paul and we have a lot to talk about I think know for our listeners. To kind of get to know you and sort of a good starting point to take us through everything that you've been through over these past twenty nine years and you know it's it's amazing that you just got out a couple of weeks ago so i do wanna come back around and ask you about getting out of prison and what that's been like but we'll probably get that we'll get there later but i want to start by asking you before this happened you before you got sent to prison. Can you just talk about what your life was like. You know what kinds of what kind of things were you up to. Where were you living at that. Point in time while agreement in baltimore maryland and i was taking care of my son paul because His mother had been killed so i was tending to the child. Custody of him and I wasn't really selling drugs at the time. Since i took care of my son but i.

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This stream is supported by advertisers and contributions by follow us on facebook twitter and graham 's the public service newscast february the twenty fifth twenty twenty one by a bill advancing in the minnesota house would establish a statewide paid family. Leave program are mike born reports the first time lawmakers have considered the idea but backers. Say the timing is right. Tell households of ended by the pandemic house file. Twelve hundred would create a statewide fund for employers and their staff to pay into representing roughly two to three dollars. A weekly earnings. The plan would then cover twelve weeks of partial wages for a worker dealing with a serious illness or caring for a newborn or another loved. One northfield city council member. Jessica petersen white says like many people she's to make difficult choices juggling a young child and her job because of the pandemic mann maternity leave lasted a little more than a week. And then i was working harder than ever before. It's makes your bookstore survive. Twenty twenty supporters say the fund would help working families deal with long term effects of the crisis and could help reduce staff turnover but senate republicans site the cost for small business owners and note that many employers offer their own plans. The bell also opposed by the minnesota chamber of commerce cleared a house committee this week while the minnesota house version is seeing some movement. It's unclear whether the companion bill in the senate will get a hearing. Louis dejoy the battle postmaster. General said wednesday. He's not going anywhere as he faces. Withering criticism of his leadership of the us postal service and calls for president. Joe biden to oust him that from politico testifying at a house oversight and reform committee meeting. Dejoy said he intended to be around a long time. Get used to me. He said politico notes joys resolve may be put to the test soon as bhai nominated three people to fill open seats on the board that determines post pastors fate. Would that come see opportunity to get rid of the joy and an election. In washington's largest city aimed at making elections better reflect the will of voters is getting some new funding. Worn that from eric. Take it off the center for election. Science is making seventy thousand dollar grant to seattle approves and four other groups around the country. Seattle approves wants to change the city's primary elections so that voters select all the candidates they support rather than just one. Logan bowers ran for seattle city council and twenty nineteen. He saw voters struggle with a crowded field of candidates and thanks approval. Voting would make the process easier to candidates that have similar view. They don't have to worry that their votes going to be split and then both candidates will lose and so the net was also that if the candidates that make it through tend to be favored or approved by war voters. Voting reform groups were also chosen in the san francisco bay area austin texas missouri and utah. This is ns federal regulators have issued a preliminary permit now for a pumped. Hydropower project using water for blink powell but conservation groups say climate change could bake that plan unsustainable. The project would pump water from the lake. Drain it downhill to a generator and send the power to massive batteries for storage. The twenty two hundred megawatt project would supply cities in arizona. California nevada over lines previously used by the retired navajo generating station but gary wachner with the group save. The colorado says falling water levels will make the colorado river basin. An unreliable source of water is trying to build billions of dollars worth the infrastructure in this lake in the system. That is clearly in severe decline. It's strange way to try to generate with years murder faster easier ways generous than from stories hydro. The permit gives the developer daybreak. The go ahead to negotiate for land use rights and finalized plans for the project but conservation groups say the three point. Six billion dollars would be better invested in solar and wind power projects mark. Richardson reporting new data. Shows a big drop just over nine percent. In the number of indiana students apply for federal student aid this year. Experts say that could mean a big red flag for college enrollment. The national college attainment network cracks festivus free applications for federal student aid. Morally keller is networks director of technical assistance if the fastest already running just under ten percent behind and faxes are very strong indicator about the likelihood to enroll in college. We may be getting set up for another significant drop in college. Enrollment this fall. When speculation as many students are holding off waiting to hear whether their preferred college will offer in person instruction semester. And finally our lily bulky tells us a cohort of white people of means are transferred well to black lead food and land organizations across the nation as a form of reparations and restorative justice at detroit black community food security network executive director maliki akini says a white woman from california called last year saying she wanted a sizeable portion of her inheritance to go to the organization keeney recalls. She felt there was some lack of justice in how the money was acquired and she.

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"To enroll in college. We may be getting set up for another significant drop in college. Enrollment this fall one speculations. Many students are hold off waiting to hear whether their preferred college will offer in person instruction next semester. And finally our lily bulky tells us a cohort of white people of means are transferred well to black lead food and land organizations across the nation as a form of reparations and restorative justice at the detroit black community food security network executive director maliki akini says a white woman from california called last year saying she wanted a sizeable portion of her inheritance to go to the organization. He akini recalls. She felt there was some lack of justice in how the money was acquired and she wanted to redirect it into the community one of the fundamental reasons that black brown and indigenous communities suffer food insecurity is because of dispossession of land. One of the things that gives us the ability to feed itself is having access to land you know to grow and produce food. According to recent data white people oh ninety eight percent of us farmland though many black americans have deep roots in farming. The story was produced with original reporting ruth. Terry for yes. Media this is by clifford for public news service member listener supported and always online at public. New service dot org. Here's a look at weather from the hotlines. News feed weather center today. Mostly sunny with moderate wind. Kindly fifty five tonight. Mostly cloudy with light. Wind and occasional gusts as high as twenty miles per hour lower twenty seven thursday partly sunny with a high near forty three. That's the latest weather. Shakeout more news and weather on our website at heartland news newsfeed dot com over on chat dot freetalklive dot com. That's where you can get the step by step instructions on how to join that server that's chat dot freetalklive dot com tonight. You've got ian binding and mark we go back to your phone calls and thoughts and then we'll tell you a little bit more about chris. Can't sentencing hearing today where he was cents to forty one months in federal prison for basically having a fight with another nazi on the internet. But i we have dave still with us. Your dave ridley from ridley report dot com. Go ahead yes. So i was telling you about this free staters date wrath who's In you know in a conflict with the where school district moderator in hampshire. An answer to your question So he i guess she's saying that he is claiming that she she's committing ethical or conflict of interest wrongdoing. By referring to yourself as reps cushman's she's a representative and she says quote he has He also had dropped hints that he is pursuing some kind of formal or legal actions against the for doing so. Can someone explain to me how there's a problem with the state representative calling themselves. Represent representative rep weather. Isn't it and the thing is that that entrenched politicians pay free staters more than almost anything else maybe they conservatives a little bit more sometimes You know we're like abolitionist. You know the slaveholders you're seeing a under every bed. Yeah i mean it's it's pretty ridiculous What this person is doing if that is indeed what this person you know is doing. Obviously we're taking it from what she's saying. There's probably another side to the story. So i don't know it all seems very very petty. But that's the sort of thing that you expect to see from people in in politics right. Is that all you had forced tonight. I mean they're doing are doing. Are you know. There're publicity publicizing us for us. Any thoughts on the sentencing of christopher cantwell forty one months in federal. Read the read the quote of what he said. It does not sound like He said anything illegal. It was just offensive. You mean he told the other. Nazi the other despicable racist that he intended to have sex with his wife in front of their children correct. Yep yep that's despicable all right no doubt about it the other thing to keep in mind even if even if he's evil and even if he did do something illegal Tax payers should not be forced to pay to to to feed him and lock him up and put him in a concrete box. And all that stuff. If it's such a problem with him then let the market solve it. Thank you dave for your call tonight. I appreciate it. The number here is six zero. Three two eight three sixty one sixty and there was some market pushback against christopher cantwell. He was cut off from pretty much all dating sites. He was cut off from The berry happen. that's hilarious. They he was on dating sites and they took his profile away. Wow mean he's not hard to find. Wants to go out of the date with the craig nazi you'd be surprised. Still able to was still able to find people willing to do that. But patriot needed to put out a dating site to spectrum. They went out of business which is just a joke. No hatred was a real site for a time and didn't work out for him But yeah they cancelled his bank accounts. They cancelled various different. You know sort of money related things pay power whatever. He lost a lot of that stuff. So there was definitely some market Yeah there's a lot of young to To chris camp well of course he blamed it all jews. You know but it's jus a racist would do so hillary sergeant rece- reporting for the informant at informant dot news now. She's probably the number one person to cover chris cantwell's trial. She's got a detailed day by day. She sat in that courtroom every single day of his trial and wrote out a very detailed. You know what happened. What transpires have you been interested in following the case. And you haven't seen what she wrote about it. She obviously has a skew. You know she is a lefty. There's no doubt about it But she was obsessed with him because he was obsessed with her at one point and so she followed his case very very closely and so she was there today for this morning. Sentencing hearing. here's the story that she filed. This is initial writing that she put in. She says she's going to do a longer piece later. But here it is. Christopher cantwell the new hampshire neo nazi podcasters found guilty of extortion and threats directed at another neo-nazi was sentenced today by a federal judge to serve forty one months in federal prison. The crying nazi as he had been dubbed previously because of He was crying because somebody pepper sprayed him. I think it was no no no he was in. He did a video where the cops were out there. Yeah he was having a breakdown. I don't know whether it was drugs. Or what it was. But he was acting strange. He cried during the hearing today before district. Judge paul barbara doro issued the sentence at the in person hearing this morning in concord new hampshire quote. The nature of your behavior is so egregious so agreed. Just sorry so serious so aggressively wrong. That a significant sentence is required. Said barbara doro. Can't well delivered a rambling and emotional statement. Which he began by offering a mike tyson quote quote. Everyone has a plan until they get punched in the face unquote the she says in parentheses. The point he was trying to make was unclear. It sounds like he got punched in the face and his plan. Doesn't it sucked. Cantwell's plan suck discussed the fact that the charges stemmed from feud that he had with rival neo nazis group. He had attempted to report to law enforcement. He compared the rival nazis. Maybe the plan was to Turn in these rival nazis. Well yeah he wanted to do anything he could to get these arrival nazis. Trouble which is why. He's in the trouble that he's in because he talked to the police about them and further because he even cared about what they thought. Can't compare the rival. Nazis to black block mentioned satanists and complained about having been subjected to a quote constant stream of nonstop unquote from group. Which is what set him off. I mean that's so they would like call his his Talk show that he would do and say nasty things and oh dear. It's almost as if like it's like with his listeners. Would do that to me here on the air And i didn't do anything.

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