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"mary fallon" Discussed on 600 WREC
"So go to FOX nation dot com today and sign up now for FOX nation opinion done right now. Chris Wallace on Fox News channel the question for me as always what's going to happen. If people sense that you're not pushing an agenda. You're not pulling your punches. They're going to rely on you. It's a commitment to the truth one of the advantages. I think of having been in this business so long you're able to detect what is real what is important, and what's just political noise. Chris wallace. Some Fox News channel real news. Real honest opinion, a new gun Bill is making its way through the state legislature in Oklahoma. This oh called constitutional carry Bill passed on a seventy two thirty vote. It would allow people to carry a gun without training or background check and is on its way to the governor of Oklahoma who is expected to sign it similar legislation has been introduced in the state Senate a similar Bill passed both the house and the Senate last year, but was vetoed. By then governor Mary Fallon over concerns from law enforcement, more than a dozen states have removed permit requirements to conceal and carry handguns with South Dakota becoming the latest to do. So in January Tonya, j powers Fox News a CEO of a Florida facility for people with disabilities as suspended because of an investigation into a residence pregnancy, the chair of the rock ledge facility says a panel of experts will review the facility's policies and develop safeguards to prevent future assault on residents a caregiver at the possibility is accused of impregnating a disabled. Woman.
"mary fallon" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM
"So go to FOX nation dot com today and sign up now for FOX nation opinion done right now Chris Wallace on Fox News channel the question for me. As always what's gonna happen. If people sense that you're not pushing an agenda. You're not pulling your punches. They're going to rely on you. It's a commitment to the truth one of the advantages. I think having been in this business a long you're able to detect what is real what is important and all other called noise. Chris wallace. Some Fox News channel real news. Real honest opinion. A new gun Bill is making its way through the state legislature in Oklahoma. This so-called constitutional carry Bill passed on a seventy two thirty vote. It would allow people to carry a gun without training or a background check and is on its way to the governor of Oklahoma who is expected to sign it similar legislation has been introduced in the state Senate a similar Bill passed both the house and the Senate last year, but was vetoed. By then governor Mary Fallon over concerns from law enforcement, more than a dozen states have removed permit requirements to conceal and carry handguns with South Dakota becoming the latest to do. So in January Tonya, j powers, Fox News. A CEO of a Florida facility for people with disabilities is suspended because of an investigation into a residence pregnancy, the chair of the rock ledge facility says panel of experts will review the facility's policies and develop safeguards to prevent future assaults on residents a caregiver at the facility is accused of impregnating a disabled woman who gave birth in two thousand fifteen the price of nostalgia is. Worth six figures for video game.
"mary fallon" Discussed on KTOK
"Problems. Mary Fallon declared a state of emergency for all seventy seven counties in Oklahoma today with the winter storms and the snow and the ice in the freezing rain that are expected different parts of the state will be affected in different ways. Since the winter weather may include dangerous road, conditions and power outages. The state of emergency is being issued in advance. What it does is allow state agencies to make emergency purchases related to disaster relief for preparedness. It also is the first step. And seeking federal assistance. The American Red Cross Salvation Army Oklahoma Baptist disaster relief and other agencies are also standing by to assist with warming and feeding stations the executive order will be in effect for thirty days. Meanwhile, road crews are also getting ready street crews in Oklahoma City are preparing to start to work on the city's snow routes ahead of the winter storm, Oklahoma City street, crews will pre treat bridges and overpasses before the storm hits salt and plow trucks will be loaded on loaded and and on call ready to clear city snow routes around the clock until road conditions improved. But as I mentioned earlier that probably won't be necessary tiller early Saturday morning and into Saturday officials say crews will limit their salting efforts to the city's snow routes. So if you're not near one of those snow routes, that's where you might have a problem and need to go. Get your bread and your milk. If there's any left at this point. Also, they don't talk about this. But I will. If you him by. Might want us doc up on the booze. No, no, no, no, no. It's a proven fact alcohol helps melt ice so what you can. Pour. Some on your steps. And it'll get deep. Okay. Well, if it doesn't work, then at least, you'll be happy or won't care about the snow and the ice..
Oklahoma governor signs revised medical marijuana guidelines
"Said he he supports the economic sanctions President Trump reimposed on Iran after pulling out of the Iran deal that was, meant to prevent, Iran from developing nuclear weapons governor Mary Fallon is assigned a revised set of emergency rules. Governing the use of medical marijuana in Oklahoma less than a week after they were approved by the state board of health sign the regulations. Monday, describing them as, very basic, and the best, option in developing a proper regulatory framework state health officials adopted the rules on Wednesday to replace one's adopted in July that were. Heavily criticized by Oklahoma's attorney general and, medical marijuana advocates the, new rules Amanda revoked the previous guidelines including, eliminating a ban on the sale of. Smokable Pont and requirements that a pharmacist being every dispensary in that women of childbearing age undergo a pregnancy test to marijuana advocacy groups filed lawsuits challenging those rules a five year old ink Bulldog that belonged to. New England Patriots linebacker. Jerod mayo and, has been missing since June, has been found dead inside, the home of its trainer the Rhode. Island society for the prevention of cruelty to animals says the. Dog Knox died in the custody of a trainer in Instagram post yesterday mayo rights that trainers hit, the dog in a trash bag for two months while making it look like, he ran away, was stolen or drown sending the family on a wild goose hunt quote and our kids. On an emotional roller coaster the animal welfare groups has the trainers being charged with one count of obstruction and could face charges of animal. Cruelty, and on the, entertainment front, Showtime says it's, claimed series homeland will end in two thousand nineteen with its eighth season the shows conclusion was announced Monday by Showtime networks chief. David Nevins who called the winning homeland, a game changer for, the premium cable channel Nevins told a TV Critics meeting that co-producer Alex Gansu will bring the national security drama to what he called its proper conclusion of course Claire Danes, stars in, homeland which is taking her bipolar now former CIA agent Kerry through dangerous conflicts that sometimes mirrored real world events if you watched homeland you know exactly what I'm talking about in fact if you, watch homeland and listen to this show this. Show you know exactly what I'm talking about last season Carey struggled to uncover an international conspiracy trying to harm America's. Domestic institutions for continuing breaking news and, analysis follow along. On Twitter and Facebook I met Matt talk use the hashtag. AFN more breaking news on the way on, this, Tuesday, morning it's, August seventh we're just getting, started grab the copy let's go you're listening. To America's First News Breaking news first.
Mike Doty, Mike and Assault discussed on John Hancock
"Up on wbz hey george hey john this nothing to do with that going back to the hepatitis scare yes nobody's brought up psa had a glitch at the same time and american airlines passed out thousands of hotel and restaurant about your dad i hadn't thought of that so you had all those people stranded at the airport who very well may have uber their way over to get fast food somewhere or hotel room right there that's record rock and you're right there's what two or three hotels right they're cheap cheap one nighters absolutely and all these people that are out of town now and have no idea yeah somebody else wrote and said i wondered about the people of the eight at hardee's who were just passing through like somebody coming off i eighty five for a bite how do we notify them and i guess you just hope that the national news or that this news goes national enough that anybody traveling through charlotte are but you bring up a good point while we had thousands of stranded travelers at the airport at that particular time and one of the big stories was that hotel rooms were few and far between airlines were buying them for people booking people in there and you know those would have been the first ones that they probably booked amen yeah good point i'm glad you called yeah that's and even thought about that all those people stranded do that software problem though with the bsa unbelievable over to the wbz news we go and mike doyle supreme court justice anthony kennedy announcing his retirement and president trump says the search for a replacement will begin immediately kennedy's retirement give trump the chance to cement right wing control of the high court one of three officers injured in an ambush on law enforcement officers in your county back in january was accidentally shot by a member of the swat team that's according to forensic test results announced today most likely that's how it happened sheriff says the only gun that could be eliminated cannot be eliminated in the shooting of officer cal cummings was the rifle by swat team lieutenant j m lincoln during an intense gone badly in the dark detective mike doty was killed when christian mccall opened fire on officers with an assault rifle he serving a life sentence oklahoma governor mary fallon said she respects voters but he's concerned that yesterday's approval of medical marijuana in the state opens the door for recreational use voters easily approved a measure allowing cannabis to be used as medicine and the traditionally conservative state voters came out in droves to vote on the issue which made it onto oklahoma's valid through a signature drive talk ten ninety nine three wbz traffic brought to you by huntersville ford i seventy seven exit twenty three here's boomer thank you mike have an incident reported.
"mary fallon" Discussed on KDWN 720AM
"The hour happening today peter struck is slated to talk to the house judiciary committee behind closed doors peter struck is the fbi agent who was removed from special counsel robert muller's team president trump chiming in saying that congressional hearing today should be held in public of course the panel subpoenaed struck after an internal probe from the justice department revealed new antitrump text messages between struck and his colleague lisa page he's since been removed from that probe as i mentioned an attorney for straw told the washington post is client would not plead the fifth and was willing to testify without an immunity deal well it was a mixed bag for teachers running for political office in oklahoma it was a bad night for incumbent republicans voted against a tax package earlier this year to fund a teacher pay raise remember that set off those strikes across the country for teachers fighting for higher pay several gop incumbents were either ousted from office or pulled into a runoff against a fellow gop opponent of the ten novotes in the house who are running for reelection to were defeated outright tuesday a seven others or pulled into a primary runoff against fellow republicans four other republican incumbents lost including one who lost to a teacher and also in oklahoma voters have backed the additional use of marijuana despite opposition from law enforcement and business faith and political leaders it allows physicians to approve medical marijuana licenses for people to legally grow keeping us cannabis it doesn't list qualifying medical condition so that allows doctors to prescribe it for a wide range of ailments opponents argued the proposal was to loosely written our republican governor mary fallon said it would essentially allow recreational use she recently warned that if the measure passed is she would have to call lawmakers into special session to develop rules regarding the industry in the state well a huge upset in new york on tuesday as president trump's party came together a twenty eight year old liberal activists a selfdescribed socialist ousted top house democrat joe crowley in the president's hometown it was a stunning defeat it's forcing democrats to take a look in the mirror alexandria orcas yo cortez who's never held elected office and was outspent andaone ousted joe crowley who had been considered a candidate to become a house speaker if the democrats win the majority in november as it was a stunning defeat in fact as she learned that she had won by seeing it on tv her surprise in watching that monitor feeling can you put it into words campaign cannot believe these numbers right now but i do know that every single person here has change the future victory belongs to every single grassroots organizer every working parent every mom every member of the lgbtq community every single person is responsible for this i think what we've seen is that working class americans want a clear champion and there is nothing radical about moral clarity in two thousand eighteen twenty eight years old she would be the youngest to head to washington if she goes on that audio courtesy of ny one president trump on social media seemed excited about crowley's defeat saying perhaps he should have been nicer and more respectful to his president crowley was gracious in defeat saying he will as promised now back alexandria okaz you cortez both sides of the aisle just stunned at that today well also stunning instagram is now worth one hundred billion bucks let's bring in our tech expert clark read he joins us each wednesday this hour here on america's first news you can find his work at clerk read clark re dot me hey clark howard.
EU papers over differences after 'frank' migration talks
"The underserved is dedicated to improving that inequity this is dr charleston reporting from washington spanish prime minister pedro sanchez says he mergency talks european leaders held on migration didn't yield any decisions but that the participants agreed they need to work together on the politically fraught issue sanchez told reporters that sunday's meeting involving the heads of at least sixteen eu countries were frank and open but we don't have any concrete consequences or conclusions more on these stories at townhall dot com oklahoma may become the latest state to legalize marijuana bob agnew reports it's a sign of the times back in nineteen sixty nine country singer merle haggard made one thing perfectly clear about life in oklahoma we don't smoke marijuana in game two that could be about to change with more traditionally conservative republican voters warming up to the notion of medical marijuana voters weigh in on tuesday on a referendum sobhraj to governor mary fallon admits it would essentially okay the use of recreational pot.
Trump is reportedly planning major new restrictions against China
"Voters in oklahoma will decide this week whether to legalize medical marijuana you might be surprised by some of the people who intend to vote yes says correspondent jan johnson 71yearold jack hodgkinson is a vietnam veteran and trump supporter whose among the many conservative voters in now say they don't have a problem with the medical use of marijuana and oklahoma pollster says in fact more traditionally conservative voters are behind it than ever before and as a result oklahoma could become just the latest state to authorize some form of legal pot in this case the chance for doctors to write prescriptions for cannabis or for people to legally grow marijuana for medical purposes it's on the ballot on tuesday i'm jan johnson governor mary fallon says the question that appears on the ballot is so broadly worded that approval would mean recreational use of marijuana would be allowed in her state i'm christopher cruise and i'm susanna palmer from bloomberg world headquarters chiefs of five business lobbying groups in the uk water brexit breakthrough they wrote to uk prime minister theresa may european commission president jean claude juncker and european council president donald tusk they are concerned about the progress of the brexit negotiations they say companies unsure over how brexit will affect them are having to defer investment and growth and they say some will pick up and move elsewhere bond traders will be watching closely this week as key deadline's approaching the growing tension between the us and its trading partners the us is preparing to release china investment restrictions by friday and on the sixth of july both nations are set to apply import tariffs the yield on the ten year note was last quoted at two point eight nine percent china's central bank cut the amount of cash some lenders must hold as reserves the third reduction this year this as china seeks to avoid credit squeeze the people's bank of china said on its website today the required reserve ratio for some banks will drop by a half percentage point effective july fifth reports on personal income and spending highlight the coming weeks economic calendar bloomberg's karen moskow takes a look the report friday may show household income and spending grew adding to the view that consumers are key drivers behind the us economy monday we get a look at new home sales report tuesday may show consumer confidence held close to a threemonth high in june durable goods orders out wednesday and thursday we get another look at first quarter gdp nike is among companies scheduled to report earnings karen moskow bloomberg radio this newscast was brought to you by sector spider etf's why buy a single stock when you can invest in the entire sector visit sector spd arrest dot com or call one eight six six sector tf global news twenty four hours a day on air.
"mary fallon" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ
"Ruling while predict the outcome of a florist refuse to make floral arrangements for a gay wedding this is not a a broad ruling that allows us to predict that arlene flowers the washington state case involving a florist in the tri cities is going to come out a certain way justice anthony kennedy's majority opinion hinged on the law itself was not an endorsement of bigoted and discriminatory beliefs and while disappointed one local lgbt advocate says that she's taking yesterday's high court ruling in stride liliana angel raise the executive director of affirmations in ferndale says that the ruling still leaves for another day the larger issue of whether a business can invoke religious objections to refuse service to gay and lesbian people just cyprian gay marriage happened i mean like at all yeah everyone has right thing we still have to work so it was a little devastating but it's just a one tiny little hiccup has the november all that can change just pending are what happens locally the justices decision turned on what the court described as anti religious bias on the colorado civil rights commission as a ruled against baker jack phillips meanwhile state leaders in california say there will be no more statefunded travel to oklahoma correspondent jim rupe reporting the announcement was made after oklahoma's governor signed the law the california leaders say discriminates against the lgbtq community the law signed by oklahoma governor mary fallon allows adoption agencies to refuse to place children for adoption or in foster care based on religious or moral convictions which will affect gay couples looking to become parents since two thousand seventeen california has prohibited state sponsor travel to.
"mary fallon" Discussed on WDRC
"Over reports he had ties to organized crime the fbi rewarded dera pasta for his help in the fall of o nine dera pasquale visited washington on a rare law enforcement parole visa in twenty eleven he's been granted entry at least eight times on a diplomatic passport even though he does not work for the russian foreign ministry the fbi arranged the access so robert muller has some real ties to this russian oligarch who's now tied up in the trump admit trump investigation there's robert muller need to recuse himself one other thing that i want to mention to you and that's this there are now eleven states in america that allow what we call constitutional carrying when i say we i mean fans of the second amendment not all americans like the second amendment most democrats do not believe in the second amendment well the republican governor of oklahoma mary fallon has now vetoed a bill that would have allowed adults in oklahoma to carry a gun without a permit now here's how it works if you're legally qualified to carry a gun that is you're not a felon you are not convicted of or accused of domestic violence and you haven't been sent to a mental institution by judge then you're qualified to buy a gun to own a gun to keep a gun in your home in oklahoma you would have been okayed to carry a gun without having to get an oklahoma permit mary fallon didn't like that idea and she vetoed it i look forward to the day that i can talk to her about it that would have been the twelfth state almost a quarter of america's states where you don't have to have a permit to carry a gun it would have been a good thing and mary fallon the governor a republican said no to that glad to have you with me on a tuesday night and take your calls and your emails as well coming up the us economy in our place places a global leader and energy may hinge on america's participation in nafta we'll talk about that next.
Oklahoma, Executive Director and Mary Fallon discussed on Weekend Edition Saturday
"Agencies and oklahoma we'll be permitted to turn away same sex parents seeking to adopt or foster children the law states that private agencies cannot be required to place children in homes that violate the agencies quote religious or moral convictions that protects discrimination says troy stevenson executive director of the gay rights group freedom oklahoma and it's the sad day for kids and we just want to make sure that they know we're going to continue to fight for them and that means we're going to court the governor mary fallon says the law does not ban same sex adoption or foster care and oklahoma instead she says it allows faith based agencies to operate in accordance with their beliefs the law is set to go into effect on november first amy held npr news governor fallon also drawing criticism from the national rifle association the inner right blasting her for vetoing a bill that would have led adults carry firearms without a permit or training you're listening to npr news and this is wnyc in new york i'm david i former new york state assembly speaker sheldon silver has been convicted on all counts in his corruption retrial jurors announced their decision last night the manhattan democrat was one of the most powerful elected officials in new york state he was convicted in two thousand fifteen for illegally earning four million dollars from cancer researcher and real estate developers but that verdict was thrown out last year after the us supreme court changed grounds for public corruption bill sanderson reported on the case for the new york daily news and his writing a book on both trials he says silver is going to fight the new conviction to appeal it sounds like i'm very confident that you will process will play out in my favorite sanderson says a sentencing date has been set for friday july thirteenth at a protest against immigration and customs enforcement local activists called for an end to gps ankle monitor's they say the monitors are provided by a for profit company under a contract with ice and that there too restrictive one hundred emigrants who did not want to be identified says she wore a monitor for a few weeks she spoke through an interpreter she feels that she's being on the watch constantly so basically what happens that you come here to.
Prescott, Prime Minister and Van discussed on Total Information AM Saturday
"Takers to disclose the cost of drugs in their ads and scrap a rule that keeps pharmacists from suggesting lower cost out of pocket options steven portnoy cbs news the white house the military says two american fighter jets have intercepted a pair of russian bombers near alaska more from cbs's cami mccormick russian bombers flew into an air defense identification zone about two hundred miles off alaska's coast to us f twenty two fighter jets intercepted them in the russians never entered us airspace the us planes escorted them in international airspace for more than half an hour according to the russian defense minister in oklahoma religious based adoption agencies now have the right to refuse to place children and same sex couple homes governor mary fallon signed the bill last night the lgbt advi advocacy group freedom oklahoma plans to fight back executive director troy stevenson disappointed it it's really tragic for nine fifteen thousand young people that are trapped in a system that the state is no limiting the number families that they can be adopted or fostered out to governor fallon is also managed to get gun owners angry vetoing a bill that would let adults carry handguns without a permanent oklahoma law enforcement was against the bill because it eliminated mandatory background checks and firearms training a why is killer way of volcano isn't showing any signs of quieting down it's russian and lava flow destroyed thirty six buildings most of them homes tina neal is the scientists in charge at the us geological surveys wyan volcano observatory still close to the surface and jackie generally moving down to the northeast some distance elevated levels of sulfur dioxide gas emissions are consistent with that near prescott arizona the dangerous coming from a wildfire that's destroyed at least two homes and threatens hundreds more arizona forestry spokeswoman tiffany davos says mother nature isn't helping van by the wind we're under red five four eight v been very windy up in that area so once that fire started it just took off and went running iraqis are voting a national elections for the first time since that country declared victory over isis prime minister haider al abbadi faces challenges from political parties with.
"mary fallon" Discussed on WLAC
"Mary fallon has upset both gun and gay rights groups on the same day she's vetoed a bill that would have allowed adults to carry handguns in oklahoma without a permit and she signed another bill that allows religious organizations to exclude same sex couples from adoptions and lg lgbt group says it will sue the state of the option law the nra is blasting governor felon for the gun veto to russian nuclear capable bombers intercepted by a pair of air force stealth fighter jets off the coast of alaska friday morning a spokesman for the north american aerospace defense command tells fox news the russian bombers came within fifty five miles of the west coast of alaska but remained in international airspace today by the way is the sixtieth anniversary of norad it's election day in iraq the first since the country declared it had defeated isis in order for a group to win a majority in parliament it'd have to win one hundred sixty five seats and that appears like it'll be a tall order for the most shia affiliated leaders under saddam hussein these sunni minority was in control in iraq and this time there's more evidence of shia groups reaching out to sunnis and kurds to boost their numbers at the heart of the election is security corruption and iranian and us influence and groups that helped fight off the islamic state recently are expected to do well today among those running is current prime minister hide their body who's trying to keep his seat former prime minister nouri al maliki is also running and so is howdy al amiri he was a senior commander of shia fighters who fought the islamic state and who has close ties to iran jessica rosenthal fox news.
"mary fallon" Discussed on WLOB
"Mary fallon has upset both gun and gay rights groups on the same day she's vetoed a bill that would have allowed adults to carry handguns in oklahoma without a permit and she signed another bill that allows a religious organizations to exclude same sex couples from adoptions and lg lgbt group says it will sue the state over the option law the nra is blasting governor felon for the gun veto to russian nuclear capable bombers intercepted by a pair of air force stealth fighter jets off the coast of alaska friday morning a spokesman for the north american aerospace defense command tells fox news the russian bombers came within fifty five miles of the west coast of alaska but remained in international airspace today by the way is the sixtieth anniversary of norad it's election day in iraq the first since the country declared it had defeated isis in order for a group to win a majority in parliament it'd have to win one hundred sixty five seats and that appears like it'll be a tall order for the most shia affiliated leaders under saddam hussein these sunni minority was in control in iraq and this time there's more evidence of she a groups reaching out to sunnis and kurds to boost their numbers at the heart of the election is security corruption and iranian and us influence and groups that helped fight off the islamic state recently are expected to do well today among those running is current prime minister hyder abbadi who's trying to keep his seat former prime minister nouri al maliki is also running and so as hadid al amiri he was a senior commander of she fighters who fought the islamic state and who has close ties to iran jessica rosenthal fox news.
"mary fallon" Discussed on WLAC
"And the ad council to potentially controversial decisions friday from oklahoma's governor mary fallon she signed into law a measure that allows religion based adoption agencies to refuse to place children with lesbian gay bisexual or trans transgender foster parents she's also vetoed a measure that would have allowed adults to carry handguns without a state permit oklahoma governor mary fallon says in a statement that gun laws they have in the state now are few and reasonable the while she supports the right to bear arms and has signed both concealed carry and open carry legislation this senate bill went too far it would have eliminated the requirement to complete a firearm safety and training course and it would have relaxed background check criteria members of oklahoma's laws enforcement said this would have led to confusion for them in determining who's been trained and vetted and who hasn't jessica rosenthal fox news student was wounded friday on a shooting at an la area high school one male juvenile student at the at highland high school was struck in the arm shoulder area by gunfire and transported to a local hospital by an individual who happened to be in the area with a car citizen who saw what the need was and put the juvenile in the vehicle and transported him to the hospital la county sheriff jim mcdonald says the victim recovering the students shooter was captured a short time later after his dad called who had after he called his dad who in turn called police with his location the second try was the charm for spacex launching their first ever blocked five falcon nine rocket on friday admission the upgraded version of the falcon nine now meets nassar's crew carrying requirement which means space x can launch astronauts toward the international space station this mission was carrying the first ever satellite belonging to bangladesh into space i'm jack callaghan fox news radio.
Oklahoma governor signs adoption law that LGBT groups call discriminatory
"To help the north korean economy if kim jong un gives up his nukes this all happened after he escorted three american hostages out of north korea if north korea takes bold action to quickly denuclearize the united states is prepared to work with north korea to achieve prosperity on the par with our south korean friends the summit with president trump and north korea's kim jong un is expected to take place on june twelfth in singapore late friday oklahoma governor mary fallon signed a bill protecting faithbased adoption agencies that refuse to place children in lgbt homes supporters like state representative republican travis dunlap says the bill protects religious freedom for example meet the need of a of a birth mother who wants to have their child adopted in accordance with their faith gay rights advocates say the new law allows conservative organizations to discriminate against same sex singleparent non christian homes todd ant abc news meet mike lesser of talon wealth management the reason i really really liked to sit down with individuals everybody's situation is different you have to find a way to navigate through all the information and then coming up with that list of what you need well it applies to you very very specifically take a moment to sit down and look at what you're doing and let's make sure that your plan is right.
"mary fallon" Discussed on KARN 102.9
"Several times about these comments what the white house response was sarah sanders the press secretary said she wasn't going to validate a leak of an internal staff meeting of course we have reported that these comments came during a communications meeting which kelly sadler is on the communications team but sarah sanders not apologizing not even acknowledging that kelly sadler did make these comments the governor oklahoma have signed a law the gay rights advocates are calling discriminatory corresponding clayton neville says the law gives legal protections to faithbased adoption agencies that won't police children in lgbt homes because of religious beliefs opponents say the law will allow religious based adoption agencies to discriminate against same sex couples single people and non christians in placing children the bill signed by governor mary fallon has garnered support from the state's catholic bishops and the baptist general convention of oklahoma the new law goes into effect november first just a new email phishing scheme is pretending to be a warning from net flicks details on the scam from correspondent bill michaels the fake e mail tells users your membership is on hold the email threatens victims with alarming language and account suspension if they don't give their credit card info researchers at malware bytes say it all looks like a legitimate that flicks log in after getting the victims card information the phony website then directs them to the real.
"mary fallon" Discussed on NPR News Now
"Eighty most of volcanoes national park is closed that's concerned that a volcanic eruption on the big island could worsen as what you public radio's bill dorman reports it's a cautious approach to dealing with the uncertainty of the situation kill away volcano could be headed for an explosion but the timing and extent of any eruption remain uncertain the main concern the volcano summit where a lake of lava is dropping as it drains out to fifteen fishers when lava sinks to the level of the water table scientists say that will cause a steam explosion sending ashen rock into the air governor david ige as asking federal government for financial help he sent president trump requested clear the state a disaster area because of the spike in volcanic activity in a continuing series of earthquakes for npr news i'm bill dorman in wanna lulu on wall street stocks closed generally higher today with health's kale shares among the gainers the dow jones industrials rose ninety one points this is npr news faithbased adoption groups in oklahoma can refused to police chiltern with perspective parents who are lesbian gay bisexual transgender governor mary fallon has signed the measure which gave rights advocates say allows discrimination supporters say the new law protects the rights of proves with religious moral opposition to placing children in lgbt homes being while governor fallon has also vetoed a measure that would've allowed prison sentences of life with no parole for juvenile offenders the us embassy in jerusalem opens officially on monday and npr's michele keleman reports that the trump administration is expecting about eight hundred guests to attend a ceremony marking that occasion ambassador david freedman and top aides will start working in jerusalem next week deputy secretary of state john sullivan is leading a u s delegation that will also include president trump's daughter ivanka and son in law jared kushner officials say they don't expect any members of the us delegation to meet palestinians during their.
"mary fallon" Discussed on NPR News Now
"Urgency officials in oklahoma are warning of life threatening fire conditions hundreds of firefighters are battling blazes in rural areas the potentially historic fires have already killed two people joe words reports from oklahoma that governor mary fallon has declared a state of emergency in fifty two counties pie winds and low humidity are driving the flames through droughtstricken trees and brush torching dozens of homes and buildings and hundreds of thousands of acres fire crews are using bulldozers aircraft and helicopters to contain the blazes rural towns have been evacuated at least one small city is preparing to use tornado sirens to warn residents if wildfires threaten joe words reporting on wall street stocks are mixed the dow jones industrial average is down twelve points at twenty four thousand seven hundred seventy three the s and p five hundred is up three points at twenty seven hundred nine the nasdaq is down nearly three you're listening to npr a funeral is planned for saturday in houston for former first lady barbara bush she died tuesday at the age of ninety two she had recently decided to forgo further medical treatment in favor of comfort care at home the white house says first lady melania trump will attend mrs bush's funeral according to the national institute for early education research state funded pre k programs are in high demand and they're growing in quantity but not in quality and bears claudio sanchez reports the number of children enrolled in public pre k programs is up so is the funding for preschool now close to seven point six billion dollars that's the good news the bad news the quality of these programs overall is not very good researchers say that most of the one point five million children in state funded preschool programs are not adequately prepared for kindergarten because the programs don't get enough money only three out of forty three states meet all of the quality benchmarks.
Mary Fallon, Lou Diamond Phillips and Texas discussed on Mike Gallagher
"Hundreds of thousands of students remain shut down amid teacher calls for more student funding and bigger paychecks we're not asking to match the governor mary fallon last week increased funding and gave six thousand dollar raises on average out there is some appreciation that a lot has been done is there more to do walkout goes jeff monosso fox news the actor lou diamond phillips has banned from drinking alcohol for two years by a judge in texas after helps pled guilty to driving while intoxicated he also gets two years probation and has to finish the dwi education program was arrested in november by a police officer he'd stopped to ask directions i'm chris foster fox news.
"mary fallon" Discussed on KSFO-AM
"The air good morning america's first news continues on this third day of april six minutes past the hour hawaii is about to become the latest state to pass doctor assisted suicide other states are facing starts and stops what's the holdup we will check in later this hour with the washington examiner kimberly leonard with that story and more but first in your news this morning trump administration officials say they are crafting a new legislative package aimed at closing immigration loopholes following the president's calls for republican lawmakers to immediately pass a border bill using the nuclear option if necessary to muscle at through among the measures the administration's pursuing ending special safeguards that prevent the immediate deportation of children arrested at the border and traveling alone the administration is also pushing congress to terminate a court settlement that requires the government to release children from custody two parents adult relatives or other caretakers as their cases make their way through immigration court trump admitted administration officials argue that many of the children will not show up for their court dates many schools were remained closed for a second day in oklahoma as teachers continue to rally for higher pay and education funding in a rebellion that's hit several states across the country here here today to raise our voice to show our legislature that we care about schools that will love our children and we want them to put our students i i am so proud to see all the support for public education i pray and i hope that our legislators listen and a fully fund our schools kentucky is ranked forty seven per people funding and in order for our students to be successful they need top dollar we're not an afterthought we are not something that you can put at the bottom of the bucket were not something that you can put lobbyists over we are the future i mean our students are the future in may need to find our future means that we are all focused on the same goal which is funding and supporting public education which is a public institution it is for everyone is part of our democracy is part of being an american oklahoma governor mary fallon signed legislation just last week granting raises a fifteen to.
Hundreds of schools closed as teachers rally in Oklahoma, Kentucky
"Street takes the plunge on lisa brady could have been worse though cow down four hundred sixty four points at the closing bell that's losing nearly two percent on the first trading day of april but earlier it had been down about three percent renewed fear of a trade war getting most of the blame as beijing responds to us tariffs on imported steel and aluminum what investors are doing what traders are doing is looking for companies that have lots of sales in china you're talking about tariffs what china did today they impose tariffs that's taxes on twenty five percent of us imports of pork and scrap aluminum ten percent on foodstuffs on fruit fox business network's jerry will is pork producer tyson foods falling over six percent during the session president trump accuses china of unfair trade practices using tariffs to try to help level the playing field the epa wants a do over on tighter emission standards for new cars and tr trucks saying the obama administration used unrealistic numbers for its clean air rules the california governor calling the planned rollback a belated april fools day trick the state attorney general threatening a lawsuit teachers become protesters in two states staging walkouts overpay and oklahoma and pensions and kentucky fox's jeff monosso has this live where's the teachers walked out of schools taking to the capitol in frankfort kentucky for another day protesting after the state passed pension protections but with limited benefits for new teachers on the upcoming young teachers that are in school right now to respect the work that they're putting it we all want our voices to be heard even after oklahoma's governor mary fallon sunday six thousand dollar raise for teachers there thousands left schools today also demanding more in a state lisa that ranks near last in feature salaries jeff thanks fox news fair and balanced muggy three w ipc mobile news on the level on the go have you ever been joel the apartment you wanted was no longer available mostly cloudy and forty four degrees the rain returns overnight and could produce aveer storms i'm staying lear here's what's trending at four zero to african americans trying to rent apartments in indianapolis got different messages from what whites heard in an undercover experiment by fairhousing group i'm eric berman the fair hunting center of central indiana says nineteen twenty five african american applicants were treated differently from whites equipped with comparable income information on.
"mary fallon" Discussed on KKAT
"A cumulus station could talk radio with polls officer down subzero chill by man cakes a sheriff's deputy has been killed in suburban denver and four other officers were injured after being gunned down by a barricaded suspect that guus county sheriff tony's berlex as a suspect fired more than one hundred rounds a sequence of the officers who was shot first i don't have that available hopefully gets from palm bodycam footage to will help me although i do know that all of them were shot very very quickly um and they all went down almost within seconds of each other so it was a it was more of a an ambush type of attack on our officers two civilians were wounded and the suspect was also shot and killed by a police tactical team 2018 will arrive during a bitter cold snap in many places across the country including new york meteorologist mark shin are and occurs this afternoon and this evening probably only going to be in the teens maybe dropping into the single digits as we head through the night it's going to be a little bit breezy so we're looking at wind chills anywhere between zero and ten below zero oklahoma of the reviewing procedures for the state's death row in recent decades the sooner state has had one of the busiest death chambers in the us but his 2017 comes to an end sixteen deathrow inmates are awaiting execution dates after having exhausted their appeals officials in the prison system in state attorneys were expected to review the state's procedure for putting condemned inmates to death governor mary fallon says the state is facing a challenge in acquiring the lethal drugs needed for the injections but says she's confident new protocols will help move the process forward i'm platon level more than six dozen marijuana retailers have been licensed to begin selling recreational pot in california on new year's day a spokesman for the state's bureau of cannibus control says the agency has been working through the weekend to processes many license was possible i'm anne cates what happened you used to go hours without visiting the bathroom now it seems like you're constantly getting up to pay and you're even getting up at night to go.
"mary fallon" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM
"Brought to you by repeated dot com we'll talk to pull the keito at twelve forty epi update get a thick energizer where they are right now they're on a byeweek liu with dr chowdhary director of the three fears on which is a week from today a little bit of with what's expected that television nineteen wounded three thirty nine very happy the bunry that you're the dog averted disagreed with dr peter about an hour so so we will talk a little bit about world series is all tied of an amazes me see you if you're my aids and you're a lot of the calls were say van colfax in and mary fallon drive of the guys that we grew up with it's like so shattering the seeded a guy like alex wood goes five and a third one hit they take him out charlie morning go six in the third three hits one run they take him out it's i keep a colfax in sixty five completegame shut out game 7 on two days rest bob give to the sixty four world series with two and one in his sixty seven world series he was torino it is sixty eight world series he was 2 and one he e e he was pitching games one four and seven they're not going to do that the more you war today anymore just because you have a bullpen it can be elite doesn't it mean you have to use their all the time if you're picture is starting pitcher would i believe was becoming obsolete relevant hey what will you starting pitcher for this have the mighty quote unquote starts the game would just goes three innings why not been able to take oh i don't i don't it's funny how it's changed where a pitcher goes out there and gives his all gets stronger the game goes on but now we got to what we've pave of paying them a lot of money so we gotta wife his innings count we got to watch his pitch cow i will take a on bring the bullpen somebody's arm is going at some point you overuse the starter he thought what happened with the mets you'll always the bullpen you can see what happens because the funny that that the the.
"mary fallon" Discussed on KQED Radio
"Army surgeon who pleaded guilty to endangering his comrade heads by leaving his post in two thousand nine and afghanistan before being captured by the taliban is now in the hands of a judge sentencing hearing starts monday at fort bragg north carolina and is expected to feature testimony about soldiers in a navy seal badly hurt while they searched for bird doll who faces up to life in prison a tornado packing winds up to one hundred ten miles an hour touchdown in central oklahoma late saturday downing power lines and trees the f one tornado also tore off part of the roof of the river wind casino a norman during a beach royce concert that was being attended by governor mary fallon i've jim hark npr news in washington support for npr comes from npr stations other contributors include the arc foundation dedicated to the idea that people can live in harmony with one another and the natural world learn more about arcus and its partners at arcus foundation dot org and the corporation for public broadcasting mm oh well.
"mary fallon" Discussed on Slate's The Gist
"About wonderful thing of public education in texas connecticut where i really think that something an early gone off the rails win you're praying thing the public sector in that's not really generally uh held up as a model of wellfunctioning publicsector well it strikes me that some two in some ways it isn't in some ways it is and i mean rick perry was not an unpopular governor and governor abbot there also is popular and one of the things that he does is he knows that even though both those guys are quite conservative he knows that there are certain services that people expect whereas governor mary fallon and a little like sam sam brownback of kansas seem to have an entirely different theory of the case that's right i think i think i think you're onto thumping there i mean there and brownback basically it what oklahoma has been doing perp out by air about fight mont blew up in an faithfully had to retreat in the cameras experiment largely considered a failure you know republican but voted to raise taxes would go out of interesting on in oklahoma guy alan would blame it on the fickleness of the oil revenue great he would say well i you know just like other republican governor is i believe in public education and i would have fun you know the essential public services but we can't do it because a big portion of our budget is dependent on on revenue from from oil of course we only happened so the plane for that because they have consistently guided.