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Fresh update on "massachusetts " discussed on Here and Now

Here and Now

00:54 min | 12 hrs ago

Fresh update on "massachusetts " discussed on Here and Now

"It's here and now Many states are moving to restrict what LGBTQ people can do in sports and education in healthcare But many transgender people already feel poorly served by mainstream medicine Even in relatively liberal states A number of providers in western Massachusetts which has a large LGBTQ community is starting to focus on that population And one new clinic serves almost exclusively trans patients New England public media is Karen Brown reports Nouri sherif told their doctors for years they didn't want kids and the providers usually dismissed it as the fleeting belief of a young person It was like just wait honey kind of thing Like you'll change your mind I'm like no I don't I'm pretty sure I won't But when Sharif had their first appointment at the clinic trans health via Zoom the provider a trans man didn't question that decision at all and even went a step further He was the one that was like do you ever think he would pursue a hysterectomy Sharif is 29 and trans non binary which means they don't identify as exclusively male or female They were assigned female at birth and already take testosterone Sharif figured took a provider with a real understanding of gender issues to suggest removing their uterus That sort of sensitivity is why trans health opened in Northampton a year ago in May 2021 as a clinic for transgender patients It was created and initially funded by a western Massachusetts philanthropist One of his first hires was Dallas as trans health CEO who helped survey the local community There are a lot of folks who said they had a teach their provider how to provide gender for me care and they should be the ones teaching you In 2016 Dakar herself transitioned to identify as female At the time she was working as a psychiatric nurse As she runs the business she says she draws on some of her own challenges getting healthcare including constantly having to correct the gender on her medical record The data shows that if you are trans you're more likely to be discriminated in healthcare setting And we know that if you get discriminated you're much less likely to show up to that healthcare visit again or to really engaging your healthcare at all She says the clinic offers non judgmental care The exam rooms include rainbow flags and other art soft lighting We really wanted to make this a space that didn't feel sterile It didn't feel like an exam room There's so much trauma that's been perpetuated in medical systems We wanted to make this feel.

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Joe Biden; The Most Corrupt President in American History

Dennis Prager Podcasts

09:45 min | 3 d ago

Joe Biden; The Most Corrupt President in American History

"Promo code prager. Thank you, Dennis, and it's always a privilege. It never gets old, and it's never unappreciated. Dennis is unique, and there's no one else I'd rather fill in for. Many years ago, actually this house started many years ago Dennis said to me, you know, those are pretty big shoes for you to fill in for. Me, meaning his size. What does that Sean a size 12 size 13? What is this where? I don't even know. But he didn't mean his shoes were so big, right, he meant just, well, maybe he did because he told me I thought 12 or 13, I may be totally wrong. We've got to find that out. But big shoes they are because no one in the media is quite like him, including offering the inside he does in so many issues. So I just try to give you my perspective on life and issues and maybe one of these days my own podcast. You know, with all the teaching and everything else I do, it's been hard to get it going, but we will at some point. In this first hour I talked about whether we need a new Declaration of Independence to take back our country from the left. In this hour I want to talk about the specific charges against the king, because I said, right, the founders revolted rebelled against the king of England. As they seek to control our lives and make us into their left wing utopia. That's what they're doing. But if this is important, if you understand their ultimate goal, they're specific policy disasters, make more sense. You think they failed because they don't work. But they think they succeeded because they've created chaos and disorder. Just as with the policies of the king of England, so many years ago. But of course, Joe Biden is no king. He doesn't have a set of principles and he never did. Actually has one set of principle. That's the grow his principle. If you don't mind the pun. He might be the most corrupt president we've ever had. In any case, he's actually more of a placeholder for the left than anything else. And Kamala Harris, my God. Is she over her head? She must have always want to power to make up for her insecurities, of which there must be many. That's my guess. I'm no psychologist. Sean, do you remember the Peter principal? He's looking at me funny. He's just doesn't look that way. Of course. A quizzical look. It was the Peter principal said that you're doing your job well and then they promote you to the higher job and that's where you fail because you were very good at what you did before, but you're not so good in a promoted role. In my other field as a teacher, you wouldn't believe how many bad a system principles and principles there are. They might have been very good teachers. That's kind of what the Peter principal was. But she was an awful senator if you remember that. And an awful attorney general before that. I think Dennis even debated her once. But yes, you know what she was? A good friend of former speaker of the California assembly, Willie Brown. Actually, I don't know if she was a good friend, Willie Brown. You'd have to ask Willie Brown, right? We don't even know if she was Sean, why are your eyes going like cross eyed? You're not saying anything. Neither am I. But we never checked lily Brown about that. It's hard to believe, though, that these are the highest office holders in our country. They're an embarrassment to our country. But again, they're clearly being controlled by the left. Whether it's Obama, that's my guess, is people or other leftists. Do you remember the event weeks ago where Obama came back? I guess for the first time to visit The White House. And he comes back and everybody's around him and he's up mister terrific. And Joe Biden wandered around looking for someone to say hello to hip, just to say, now that was pathetic to watch. I almost felt sorry for him as bad as he is as corrupt as he is. But of course you have to ask this question. Why does Biden's wife and I kind of hinted at it in the first hour, she must be so obsessed with power to have ever cared about protecting her husband's dignity. What about his dignity? You can say, well, if your mean, you say you'd never had any. But in fact, that defines all of them seeking power to make up for their shortcomings as people. That's what I guess. They seek power to define themselves, especially power over other people. That's my best guess. Let me know what you think. One 8 prager 7 7 6. And it includes people on our side, too. Like Mitt Romney, if I had a guess, if you remember his father didn't do well running for president, I forgot the incident that happened on not going to say he cried or something that would have been, that was Mike dukakis, I think, of Massachusetts, but there was something, and all of a sudden he failed miserably in his quest for the presidency. So my guess is Mitt Romney's avenging for his father's undignified loss of the presidency. But, you know, I've apologized. Many times for being a delegate for it. He fooled me too for a while. But Dennis said he met with him and he didn't care about principles. Yeah, that makes sense. And Liz Cheney. Oh my God. Trying to preserve, I guess her father's legacy, whatever that was. If anything, she's tarnished what, with many of her pronouncements, she's tarnished what people thought about her dad, Dick Cheney. I suspect that all these people have deep personal problems, and I never feel that they care what is best first for our country. That they care best first, what's best for them. But they are part of the leftist cabal, whether they know it or not. What did the Russians call them useful idiots? So back to the charges. We had charges against the king and I mentioned in the first hour that's what the Declaration of Independence was about. So what are our charges begin with against this would be president. The stealing of the presidency. They never accepted Trump's victory, and they were willing to stop at nothing to make sure he lost. Including, as you know, the Russian hoax, what, two years impeachments, and the banning from social media. And now they have lawsuits against him and other enemies. Anybody who had anything to do with them. These people have no moral guard rails, except to win at all costs. That's it. And I said in the first hour, they're likely 20 anomalies over 20 that had to happen for Trump to lose. But they did win and Joe Biden and Kamala Harris are in office because of blatant fraud. As the movie 2000 mules demonstrates pretty well itself. So, mister king Biden, our first charge you never should have been declared king because you ascended to the throne illegally. How many of you, you can call me one of the prager 7 6 7 7 6? How many of you listeners like me still cringe when they call on President Biden? I still have trouble with that. It's like calling the person who stole your house, the homeowner. And to add insult to injury, the king had his Justice Department, as you know, throw innocent people into jail, summoned to solitary confinement, as I mentioned, because of January 6th, and they call it an insurrection. I love that. That was an insurrection. I don't think so. Riff raff and all kinds of people maybe, but insurrection, I don't think so. Of course, your edicts at the very beginning like ending our pipelines and drilling the ending of drilling for fossil fuels and discouraging just the scourge leases, just the other week I think it was. But it's part of your plan, see, that's what I said. You got to understand what they're up to. That's their plan to destroy capitalism and markets that we're working here. To this day, even in light of high gas prices, you continue this policy as part of the Green New Deal. And that's going to help destroy our country. So what do they do? They printed a lot of money to assuage the peasants doing my analogy with the king with your trillions of dollars in giveaways. It's a way to make them more dependent on your government. When you make people give them money then they start to depend on the government. It makes me think of a story when I first started teaching. I think it was a fourth grade kid. He's running around the school building wildly. It wasn't my student. And I finally caught up to him. I said, you know, what are you going to do with this? What are you going to do with your life? In fourth grade, he said to me, I'll go on welfare. His family must have been on welfare. He already knew that term. That was his dream, I guess, or that's what he had hoped. So that's what you do with the printing and money. And as you know, with inflation at a control, it won't be long before your Marie Antoinette, Kamala Harris, says let them eat cake. Sean, you do remember Marie Antoinette? In history, if nothing else, Dennis did not debate Marie Antoinette. You don't have to look that up. Debate between Dennis Murray. But of course, I'm confused in two different revolutions. But a revolution we have on the streets through your defunding of the police, you're just less department allowing the left to right and commit mayhem to scare, get this now, the masses into needing your protection. That's what's going on. And of course, we know that the DA's all across this country funded by George Soros of letting them out. I read a story the other day. They can't get police in many cities. Who would want to be a policeman these days? You lock sum it up. They're out in jail before you could even say boo. And just like Putin protesting his liberation of Nazis in the Ukraine, that was a justification. You come up with this phony white supremacy, as the number one problem in our country, and the reason for the crackdown of our civil liberties. I can see all these juxtapositions with what you're doing and with communism and dictatorship. A long, of course, with charges about America being a white supremacist country because you use race baiting at every chance because you have nothing else.

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Fresh "Massachusetts " from WTOP 24 Hour News

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:39 min | 13 hrs ago

Fresh "Massachusetts " from WTOP 24 Hour News

"Since this isn't spreading like COVID I don't think that there's a great risk to the general community from monkeypox right now in the United States I think that we need to pay close attention to the communities in which this might be circulating For now the outbreak has been among gay or bisexual men but experts warn anyone can get monkeypox CBS Doctor John lapook We've known about monkeypox for more than 60 years There are vaccines There are Therapeutics We have a lot of experience dealing with it certainly in Africa At least one case has been confirmed so far in Massachusetts but four more cases are being investigated in Florida and New York Pfizer says kids under 5 could start rolling up their little sleeve soon CBS doctor David agus has the data Three shot vaccine is ministering these young children blocked symptomatic illness by over 80% That shot could be out this summer but still needs approval If you filled up your gas tank today chances are you paid a little bit more I still got to live and work so I mean it is what it is and we just kind of grunt and go on with our lives The lumberg survey says gas is averaging about four 75 a gallon nationwide states like.

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Portugal finds 5 monkeypox cases in men as outbreak spreads

AP News Radio

00:49 sec | 4 d ago

Portugal finds 5 monkeypox cases in men as outbreak spreads

"Several new cases of monkeypox have been confirmed in young men in Europe and one case in the U.S. The unusual outbreak of a disease typically linked to Africa was announced in Portugal and Britain one case of the disease was also confirmed in Massachusetts In a resident who had traveled to Canada and investigators are looking into whether it's connected to the European outbreaks infectious diseases medic doctor Erica chenoy said the patient was identified early on as a possible monkeypox suspect And this was really unusual because the patient had no travel history no exposure to animals that would be known to be reservoirs All the Portuguese cases involved men mainly young in Britain the current and previous cases did not seem to be linked suggesting there may be multiple chains of monkeypox transmission happening in the country I'm Karen Chammas

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Fresh update on "massachusetts " discussed on WTOP 24 Hour News

WTOP 24 Hour News

01:03 min | 14 hrs ago

Fresh update on "massachusetts " discussed on WTOP 24 Hour News

"The top stories we're following for you this hour Pfizer says three small doses of its COVID-19 vaccine protects kids under the age of 5 the drug maker says those shots are 80% effective at triggering a strong immune response Pfizer planning to share its data with the FDA this week Ukraine's president calling for maximum sanctions against Russia during a virtual speech today at the World Economic Forum in Davos Switzerland he said Russian sanctions need to include an oil embargo and the blocking of all of its banks he also wants Russian trade completely cut off A man was shot to death at a Thomas circle homeless encampment in northwest Washington this morning Police say it happened about 9 45 and a tent on the median strip of Massachusetts avenue Stay with WTO more on these stories coming in just minutes Picking a jury for the penalty trial of a Florida school shooter Nicholas Cruz took a left turn because of a potential jurors T-shirt 58 year old high school teacher wore a shirt with the colors of Marjorie Stoneman Douglas high school that read teacher strong below that were two hashtags commonly found on t-shirts and bumper stickers following the 2018 Parkland shooting massacre That juror and the entire group of ten has been dismissed Cruz pleaded guilty to murdering 17 people its trial will decide whether he'll be sentenced to death or to life without parole Coming up in money news It always up more than 600 points Monkeypox is driving a Maryland stock higher I'm Jeff cable It's one 48 And its traffic.

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Creeping COVID-19 cases result in few schools mask mandates

AP News Radio

00:41 sec | Last week

Creeping COVID-19 cases result in few schools mask mandates

"Coronavirus coronavirus coronavirus coronavirus cases cases cases cases are are are are up up up up and and and and some some some some schools schools schools schools are are are are bringing bringing bringing bringing back back back back masking masking masking masking the the the the return return return return of of of of face face face face masks masks masks masks in in in in schools schools schools schools is is is is not not not not nearly nearly nearly nearly as as as as widespread widespread widespread widespread as as as as earlier earlier earlier earlier in in in in the the the the pandemic pandemic pandemic pandemic with with with with public public public public concerns concerns concerns concerns about about about about the the the the virus virus virus virus ebbing ebbing ebbing ebbing but but but but some some some some school school school school districts districts districts districts in in in in Maine Maine Maine Maine New New New New Jersey Jersey Jersey Jersey Pennsylvania Pennsylvania Pennsylvania Pennsylvania and and and and Massachusetts Massachusetts Massachusetts Massachusetts are are are are going going going going back back back back to to to to facemask facemask facemask facemask requirements requirements requirements requirements or or or or recommending recommending recommending recommending them them them them reported reported reported reported daily daily daily daily cases cases cases cases nationwide nationwide nationwide nationwide are are are are up up up up fifty fifty fifty fifty percent percent percent percent over over over over the the the the past past past past two two two two weeks weeks weeks weeks although although although although that's that's that's that's thought thought thought thought to to to to be be be be an an an an undercount undercount undercount undercount since since since since most most most most tests tests tests tests are are are are now now now now being being being being taken taken taken taken at at at at home home home home and and and and not not not not reported reported reported reported to to to to health health health health departments departments departments departments CDC CDC CDC CDC data data data data shows shows shows shows most most most most of of of of the the the the counties counties counties counties in in in in the the the the country country country country considered considered considered considered to to to to have have have have high high high high levels levels levels levels of of of of code code code code nineteen nineteen nineteen nineteen are are are are in in in in the the the the north north north north east east east east Bangor Bangor Bangor Bangor and and and and Portland Portland Portland Portland Maine Maine Maine Maine schools schools schools schools brought brought brought brought back back back back a a a a temporary temporary temporary temporary mask mask mask mask mandate mandate mandate mandate this this this this week week week week with with with with Portland Portland Portland Portland superintendent superintendent superintendent superintendent saying saying saying saying it it it it was was was was the the the the safest safest safest safest course course course course at at at at this this this this time time time time I'm I'm I'm I'm Jennifer Jennifer Jennifer Jennifer king king king king

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Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene on Her Ridiculous Court Case

The Dinesh D'Souza Podcast

01:57 min | Last week

Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene on Her Ridiculous Court Case

"I'm back with Marjorie Taylor Greene and we were talking about Ukraine and of course we expect zelensky to be Ukraine first. Of course, that's his country, but weirdly we are surprised when people in America are America first. Let's pivot a little bit to the court case that you found yourself. And I mean, absolutely bizarre situation in which it seems like there was an attempt to prevent you running for reelection. I mean, you got was it activist groups? Who is behind this effort to try to block you from running again? For asking about that, this group is called free speech for the people, but they don't believe in free speech because they were trying to rip my name off the ballot silence the speech of voters in my district and not allow them to be able to reelect me and send me back to Congress. This is a group that operates on dark money. They receive their donations from other 5 O ones and foundations. So you can't see who is really donating to them. And they have a few donations that are public, but most for the most part, you only see groups and foundations that donate to them. These people are a group of attorneys from New York and Massachusetts. They have decided to try to attack our elections, especially our elections in Georgia by filing these candidacy qualification challenges, claiming that by the Fourteenth Amendment Fourteenth Amendment, section three that I supposedly waged an insurrection against the United States, which I absolutely did not. I objected to vote against Joe Biden's fraudulent Electoral College votes, dinesh, and I would probably do it again today, and I would proudly do it again tomorrow. And I'm so thankful for your movie 2000 mules because that exposes why I voted to object.

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Small businesses scramble for workers

AP News Radio

00:53 sec | 2 weeks ago

Small businesses scramble for workers

"Four four four four hundred hundred hundred hundred and and and and twenty twenty twenty twenty eight eight eight eight thousand thousand thousand thousand jobs jobs jobs jobs were were were were added added added added in in in in April April April April even even even even so so so so small small small small businesses businesses businesses businesses are are are are still still still still scrambling scrambling scrambling scrambling to to to to find find find find and and and and keep keep keep keep workers workers workers workers right right right right now now now now there there there there are are are are about about about about two two two two jobs jobs jobs jobs for for for for every every every every unemployed unemployed unemployed unemployed person person person person in in in in this this this this country country country country there there there there have have have have been been been been on on on on average average average average about about about about four four four four hundred hundred hundred hundred thousand thousand thousand thousand new new new new jobs jobs jobs jobs added added added added each each each each of of of of the the the the last last last last twelve twelve twelve twelve months months months months some some some some four four four four point point point point eight eight eight eight million million million million jobs jobs jobs jobs in in in in total total total total small small small small businesses businesses businesses businesses are are are are caught caught caught caught in in in in the the the the squeeze squeeze squeeze squeeze Christopher Christopher Christopher Christopher Clark Clark Clark Clark owns owns owns owns cut cut cut cut above above above above landscaping landscaping landscaping landscaping in in in in Massachusetts Massachusetts Massachusetts Massachusetts the the the the lucky lucky lucky lucky if if if if you you you you get get get get them them them them in in in in the the the the door door door door and and and and you're you're you're you're really really really really lucky lucky lucky lucky if if if if they they they they stay stay stay stay for for for for a a a a while while while while he he he he says says says says he's he's he's he's been been been been trying trying trying trying to to to to find find find find another another another another three three three three to to to to five five five five full full full full time time time time workers workers workers workers Craigslist Craigslist Craigslist Craigslist indeed indeed indeed indeed word word word word of of of of miles miles miles miles or or or or anything anything anything anything just just just just nobody nobody nobody nobody nobody's nobody's nobody's nobody's coming coming coming coming to to to to the the the the door door door door to to to to apply apply apply apply for for for for a a a a position position position position the the the the tight tight tight tight labor labor labor labor market market market market has has has has employers employers employers employers offering offering offering offering higher higher higher higher wages wages wages wages and and and and other other other other incentives incentives incentives incentives which which which which have have have have in in in in turn turn turn turn led led led led to to to to pressures pressures pressures pressures to to to to raise raise raise raise prices prices prices prices I'm I'm I'm I'm Jim Jim Jim Jim acquire acquire acquire acquire

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Gov. Larry Hogan: The Divide in the Republican Party

Mark Levin

01:17 min | 2 weeks ago

Gov. Larry Hogan: The Divide in the Republican Party

"Here's what Larry Hogan said in part cut 14 at the Reagan library Go The divide in our party today Really is an ideological it's more of a difference between those who know how to win And those who only pretend that they want You know enough of the angry rhetoric and the grievance politics All right so this is his view He does not see what you see In the classrooms of America On our southern border in the economy the war on the Supreme Court the war on separation of powers The war on the vote the war on the filibuster rule Larry Hogan doesn't see any of that That's just grievance politics From people who don't know how to win And yet Donald Trump did win the presidency And yet in this coming election we'll see who wins and who loses No thanks to Larry Hogan Larry Hogan didn't bring a whole bunch of Republicans in behind him when he won the governorship twice Larry Hogan became a Democrat running under the Republican banner That's how it works In states like Maryland And Massachusetts and Illinois and other states

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Supreme Court Rules Against Boston in Christian Flag Case

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:04 min | 2 weeks ago

Supreme Court Rules Against Boston in Christian Flag Case

"Overshadowed by this was the Supreme Court ruling yesterday that the city of Boston, Massachusetts, violated the constitution by refusing to fly a local organization's Christian flag in front of city hall, though it had flown other groups flags. This is a tremendous win for religious liberty in America. Justice Stephen Breyer, this was unanimous. This was 9 to zero. Stephen Breyer said we conclude that Boston's flag raising program does not express government speech as a result the city's refusal to let the group fly their flag based on its religious viewpoint violated the free speech clause of the First Amendment. How about that? A constitutional ruling by the Supreme Court? Well, that's what overturning roe V wade would be because it's never been constitutional.

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2022 best cities for freelancers

AP News Radio

00:43 sec | 3 weeks ago

2022 best cities for freelancers

"If if if if you're you're you're you're considering considering considering considering working working working working as as as as a a a a freelancer freelancer freelancer freelancer NerdWallet NerdWallet NerdWallet NerdWallet says says says says Greenville Greenville Greenville Greenville South South South South Carolina Carolina Carolina Carolina might might might might be be be be the the the the best best best best place place place place to to to to live live live live nerd nerd nerd nerd wallet wallet wallet wallet has has has has compiled compiled compiled compiled a a a a list list list list of of of of the the the the top top top top ten ten ten ten cities cities cities cities for for for for freelance freelance freelance freelance or or or or remote remote remote remote employment employment employment employment which which which which is is is is how how how how some some some some ten ten ten ten million million million million Americans Americans Americans Americans earn earn earn earn their their their their pay pay pay pay it it it it survey survey survey survey taking taking taking taking in in in in factors factors factors factors like like like like affordable affordable affordable affordable housing housing housing housing culture culture culture culture and and and and demand demand demand demand for for for for freelance freelance freelance freelance workers workers workers workers puts puts puts puts the the the the Greenville Greenville Greenville Greenville and and and and Anderson Anderson Anderson Anderson region region region region of of of of South South South South Carolina Carolina Carolina Carolina at at at at the the the the top top top top of of of of the the the the list list list list Boise Boise Boise Boise city city city city Idaho Idaho Idaho Idaho comes comes comes comes in in in in second second second second and and and and Columbus Columbus Columbus Columbus Ohio Ohio Ohio Ohio was was was was third third third third on on on on NerdWallet's NerdWallet's NerdWallet's NerdWallet's list list list list the the the the only only only only northeast northeast northeast northeast region region region region is is is is Worcester Worcester Worcester Worcester Massachusetts Massachusetts Massachusetts Massachusetts ranked ranked ranked ranked number number number number seven seven seven seven I'm I'm I'm I'm Jackie Jackie Jackie Jackie Quinn Quinn Quinn Quinn

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Your dog's personality may have little to do with its breed

AP News Radio

00:58 sec | 3 weeks ago

Your dog's personality may have little to do with its breed

"Researchers researchers researchers researchers confirm confirm confirm confirm what what what what dog dog dog dog lovers lovers lovers lovers know know know know every every every every pop pop pop pop is is is is truly truly truly truly an an an an individual individual individual individual there there there there is is is is a a a a popular popular popular popular belief belief belief belief that that that that each each each each breed breed breed breed of of of of dog dog dog dog has has has has their their their their own own own own specific specific specific specific behavior behavior behavior behavior and and and and habits habits habits habits in in in in the the the the journal journal journal journal science science science science study study study study co co co co author author author author Eleanor Eleanor Eleanor Eleanor Carlson Carlson Carlson Carlson at at at at the the the the university university university university of of of of Massachusetts Massachusetts Massachusetts Massachusetts says says says says it's it's it's it's a a a a stereotype stereotype stereotype stereotype that that that that kind kind kind kind of of of of behavior behavior behavior behavior is is is is very very very very she she she she replied replied replied replied my my my my dog's dog's dog's dog's environment environment environment environment and and and very very very little little little seller seller seller Kelly Kelly Kelly was was was walking walking walking her her her English English English Springer Springer Springer spaniel spaniel spaniel in in in New New New York York York who's who's who's friendly friendly friendly but but but she she she was was was also also also kind kind kind of of of look look look clean clean clean three three three while while while Rachel Rachel Rachel cams cams cams mixed mixed mixed breed breed breed is is is really really really affectionate affectionate affectionate with with with me me me and and and my my my husband husband husband but but but pretty pretty pretty pretty pretty pretty suspicious suspicious suspicious of of of other other other people's people's people's dogs dogs dogs match match match what what what we we we think think think they they they should should should be be be but but but Carlson Carlson Carlson says says says a a a lot lot lot of of of them them them don't don't don't we we we have have have a a a tendency tendency tendency to to to pay pay pay attention attention attention to to to the the the dogs dogs dogs and and and remember remember remember the the the ones ones ones that that that fit fit fit into into into our our our stereotypes stereotypes stereotypes and and and forget forget forget about about about the the the ones ones ones that that that don't don't don't fit fit fit into into into our our our stereotypes stereotypes stereotypes the the the researchers researchers researchers even even even found found found golden golden golden retrievers retrievers retrievers who who who don't don't don't retrieve retrieve retrieve hi hi hi Matt Matt Matt Donahue Donahue Donahue

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Democrats Gerrymander Then Cry 'Voter Suppression' When GOP Does It

The Dinesh D'Souza Podcast

02:29 min | 3 weeks ago

Democrats Gerrymander Then Cry 'Voter Suppression' When GOP Does It

"I want to talk about Jerry Mandarin and about the profound and almost comical hypocrisy of the Democrats and of the left. About gerrymandering. Basically, that position comes down to when we do it, it's fantastic. And when anyone else does it, when the Republicans do it, it's against democracy. It's a form of voter suppression. It's horrible. It can't be allowed. And the straight faced way in which the Democrats hold to this position. This is really what is a site to behold. Now, admittedly, gerrymandering is a kind of an approach, a process that goes to the very early days of the republic. In 1812, elbridge Jerry, one of the founding fathers, by the way, a former vice president, former governor of Massachusetts, he sort of signed off on this we are district, he was a Democrat, and he was trying to benefit the Democratic Party. And the Democrats drew this very weird snake like district that resembled a salamander. In fact, that's where we get the name gerrymander. It's elbridge Jerry, plus salamander, giving you gerrymander. And so a gerrymandered district is a politically awkward district. Typically designed by the ruling party to protect and guarantee winning seats for itself. So drawing the map in a favorable way. Now, this by itself is not voter suppression. It's not voter fraud. I would say distasteful that this is done, but it is done by done by both parties. And yet when the Republicans do it, the Democrats act like this is horrific. This is something that can't be permitted. So recently, a North Carolina Supreme Court struck down some legislative districts that were drawn by the GOP in North Carolina. That would have benefited the Republican Party. And when that happened, Joe Biden comes out with, this is what he goes, he says, voters should choose that representatives, not the other way around. Acting as if a gerrymander is a subversion of democracy. And sure enough, Barack Obama calls Republican gerrymandering efforts, quote, threatening democracy, the liberal Brennan center, quote gerrymandering is deeply undemocratic.

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Many say Biden not tough enough on Russia: AP-NORC poll

AP News Radio

00:58 sec | Last month

Many say Biden not tough enough on Russia: AP-NORC poll

"I I I I knew knew knew knew A. A. A. A. P. P. P. P. nork nork nork nork poll poll poll poll shows shows shows shows many many many many Americans Americans Americans Americans do do do do not not not not think think think think president president president president Biden Biden Biden Biden has has has has been been been been tough tough tough tough enough enough enough enough with with with with Russia Russia Russia Russia during during during during the the the the Ukraine Ukraine Ukraine Ukraine war war war war fifty fifty fifty fifty four four four four percent percent percent percent of of of of those those those those who who who who responded responded responded responded think think think think the the the the president president president president needs needs needs needs to to to to get get get get tougher tougher tougher tougher with with with with Russia Russia Russia Russia Democrat Democrat Democrat Democrat Gregory Gregory Gregory Gregory Coney Coney Coney Coney in in in in Massachusetts Massachusetts Massachusetts Massachusetts says says says says sanctions sanctions sanctions sanctions should should should should have have have have started started started started sooner sooner sooner sooner zero zero zero zero to to to to sixty sixty sixty sixty is is is is just just just just start start start start it it it it bank bank bank bank right right right right away away away away you you you you know know know know even even even even when when when when they they they they were were were were thinking thinking thinking thinking about about about about everything everything everything everything should should should should been been been been already already already already set set set set up up up up ready ready ready ready to to to to go go go go Tony Tony Tony Tony thanks thanks thanks thanks delays delays delays delays may may may may have have have have been been been been costly costly costly costly to to to to the the the the state state state state well well well maybe maybe maybe thirty thirty thirty six six six percent percent percent in in in the the the poll poll poll think think think the the the president's president's president's approach approach approach has has has been been been about about about right right right eight eight eight percent percent percent say say say he's he's he's been been been too too too tough tough tough Jennifer Jennifer Jennifer Bryant Bryant Bryant is is is an an an independent independent independent and and and Washington Washington Washington DC DC DC I I I don't don't don't support support support war war war I I I don't don't don't think think think that that that we we we should should should be be be the the the world world world police police police you you you know know know engaging engaging engaging in in in other other other people's people's people's conflicts conflicts conflicts support support support for for for US US US involvement involvement involvement in in in Ukraine Ukraine Ukraine is is is waning waning waning thirty thirty thirty two two two percent percent percent of of of Americans Americans Americans say say say the the the US US US should should should have have have a a a major major major role role role at at at Donahue Donahue Donahue Washington Washington Washington

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Rankings: Which States Handled COVID the Best?

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:56 min | Last month

Rankings: Which States Handled COVID the Best?

"Who handled COVID the best? Who handled the Fauci virus the best what states were the ones that were able to withstand the damage both with death, education, businesses. So there's a study out of the national bureau for economic research. And based on this article and I'm reading a little bit into this, but not too much. It seems as if they did a blended metric where they put death rates, business closures, education outputs all into one. So they didn't just do death rates. They didn't just do case rates. They didn't just do business. They put it all into one. How they weighed it, I don't know. But it seems to be a very non partisan group. It doesn't seem to be as if this is a partisan. So what the national bureau for economic research came out and said, is they ranked what states did best in response to the Fauci virus. The national bureau of economic research is an American private nonprofit research organization tied to the MIT and Harvard, the Massachusetts institute for technology and Harvard. So this is as nonpartisan as it's going to get. Okay? The state they say that did the best, despite their ridiculous politicians, but they have great people. Utah. Second best South Dakota. Remember governor Kristi Noem was just attacked from every direction for her response to the virus. Then interestingly, Vermont, which I could be an outlier, I don't know how they responded to a lot of different things. Also a very rural state. So that's something to think about. Then Montana led wonderfully by our friend and supporter of turning point USA governor gianforte, then number 5, ah. No, I'm sorry. No, number two is Nebraska. I got myself messed up. Number two is Nebraska led by governor ricketts number 5 was Kristi Noem. Sorry I was going through this too quickly. And yes, I do know the difference between Nebraska and South Dakota. And then number 6 Ron DeSantis, number 7 New Hampshire,

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Looking at Mitt Romney's Track Record

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:00 min | Last month

Looking at Mitt Romney's Track Record

"But that's what he's doing. He's setting himself up for a presidential run as a third party candidate. He's going to say, you know, Americans can't afford four more years of Donald Trump. And I'm a lifelong, well, I'm not a lifelong Republican, but I'm a part time Republican. Wink wink. I go back and forth, I used to be kind of a liberal Massachusetts governor. I mean, this guy think about Romney's track record. Massachusetts, Utah, he's got a big mansion in California, man gets around. I mean, he gets around now. He's got, he's got some miles on him. And the katangi Brown Jackson yes vote is fascinating to me, but I think Laura and Molly Hemingway are correct. He's getting ready to run as a spoiler because he wants to get his revenge on Donald Trump.

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MIT Is Reinstating SAT and ACT Requirements for Incoming Students

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:56 min | Last month

MIT Is Reinstating SAT and ACT Requirements for Incoming Students

"Massachusetts institute of technology, my grandfather was a Sloan fellow. So we have some family ties to MIT. They have this very controversial new announcement where they're saying, okay, we're now going to bring back the SAT and ACT requirement because the last couple of years due to the woke ism that has taken over the country. They're like, yeah, we don't need SATs and ACTs anymore. But they're bringing it back and it's very controversial at MIT. So they have this guy that they interviewed who is schmill, his name is Stuart schmill, and he is responsible for trying to implement the standards of how one gets into MIT. And so they have an entire so funny. They have an entire website dedicated at the Massachusetts institute of technology website, MIT, which is supposed to be it's one of the best engineering schools on the planet, that and Caltech. Where they have a long explanation as to why they're bringing back exams. First question, why is MIT reinstating the SAT and ACT requirement? It says, quote, this is one of my favorite lines the entire thing. Quote, we want to be confident that an applicant has academic preparation and non cognitive skills. To do well in our challenging fast paced academic environment, really, you would want that at MIT? My favorite part of this, though, is when they say, quote, our research shows that in most cases, we can not reliably predict students that will do well in MIT unless we consider standardized test results alongside grades, coursework, and other factors. And the math component of testing turns out to be the most important. Who would have thought that math would be necessary at MIT. Now, of course, the wookies, they've been trying to get rid of standardized testing for a long time. You read

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Elizabeth Warren Downplays Elon Musk's Success

Mark Levin

01:39 min | Last month

Elizabeth Warren Downplays Elon Musk's Success

"Elizabeth Warren has created nothing She's a nobody Cut three go He recently said he'll pay $11 billion in taxes last year And yet you've said he needs to stop freeloading off the rest of this Does that really ring true to you So it's going to pay he paid $11 billion last year And she accuses him of freeling Why Because she's a Marxist That's why Yeah go ahead Shouldn't he be celebrated and not disparaged Some sort of modern day robber baron So what I'm happy to celebrate success But let's remember Elon Musk didn't make it on his own He got huge investments from the government from taxpayers from those public school teachers and those minimum wage works You believe this Lots of people go to school and turn out to be lousy People go to school and turn out to be criminals People go to school and turn out to be left wing cook senators from Massachusetts You see how they downplay and degrade success the contributions to society that this man Elon Musk has made The number of people who have jobs as a result of Elon Musk and not just at the manufacturing assembly line in the plants But everything associated with it moving down the chain All the other businesses

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Do Covid Precautions Work?

The Charlie Kirk Show

02:16 min | 2 months ago

Do Covid Precautions Work?

"The New York Times article says this. It says good morning. Life in red America and blue America is quite different. What about COVID caseloads? It says this, that there's a modest gap. This is The New York Times writing. Daily life in red and blue America has continued to be quite different over the past few months. It is a reflection over the partisan divide over COVID-19. So The New York Times is writing this, David leonhardt, and he goes through this article, and he admits the following quote. In the country's most liberal cities, many people are still avoiding restaurants. The number of seated diners last month was about 40% below pre-pandemic levels in New York Philadelphia Minneapolis and San Francisco and Cambridge, Massachusetts, according to open table. By contrast, Nashville Phoenix Charlotte and Austin, as well as in Oklahoma, Nebraska and New Hampshire. Residents and liberal cities like New York, Washington and San Jose are still spending significantly more time at home and less time at the office. In more conservative places, the rhythm of daily life has returned to nearly normal. So The New York Times is diving into the data here and they say quote, during the omicron wave, schools and heavily Democrat areas were more likely to close. Some classrooms require students to stay at home for extended periods of time. Mask wearing was very common in liberal areas, far more common in liberal communities than conservative ones. These are a stark difference that have created a kind of natural experiment. Did the omicron variant spread less in parts of the United States where social distancing and masking were more common, and The New York Times says the answer is surprisingly unclear. They say, quote, the number of official COVID cases has been somewhat higher in Democrat areas that masked and had lockdowns and lower in Republican areas, according to The New York Times, data. Now, The New York Times doesn't want to say this definitively, but they're shocked and they're confused. They say this is unclear. Now there's a reason why this is so important. We just locked down our civilization for two years, put vaccine mandates on people that did not need to get a vaccine against the virus that did not significantly threaten them. Lockdown our entire civilization and created $6 trillion as a result. But I'm very concerned by the lack of interest. From the people in charge have an honest diagnosis of what we just put our country through.

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California, Oregon, Washington to drop school mask mandates

AP News Radio

00:42 sec | 2 months ago

California, Oregon, Washington to drop school mask mandates

"New York state's school mask mandate ends today but not for New York city's more than one million school children democratic governor Kathy ogle gave cobit rates in CDC guidance as the reason when announcing Sunday but is leaving it up to municipalities to decide their own time table New York city's mayor says the school math mandate can be lifted next Monday if code numbers remain low the milestone two years in the making comes as much of the country relaxes public health orders Connecticut New Jersey Delaware Massachusetts and others recently made similar adjustments to ease restrictions for schools California Oregon and Washington lift their school mask mandate March twelfth Julie Walker New York

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Author Dwight Chapin Reflects on How the US Presidency Has Changed

The Eric Metaxas Show

01:57 min | 3 months ago

Author Dwight Chapin Reflects on How the US Presidency Has Changed

"We're talking to Dwight Chapin. Who's the author of the president's man, the memoirs of Nixon's trusted aid. And do I just reprise things, you're an extremely young man in your 20s when you serve Nixon in The White House and this book, you go into all of those details and the stories, but I was just asking you about current events and you were reflecting on how the presidency has changed and how Nixon obviously of an older school was willing to be less a friend of the people and to kind of it's an interesting thing. I think this has to do with the advent of the media and social media. It's very difficult for someone like a Trump, for example, to maintain that distance, that Twitter gave him immediate access. And that has an upside and a downside. Yes. Nixon's focused and thought about how do you lead? I mean, this was something he studied and let's take Vietnam for an example. With the Vietnam War, I forget the exact number, but he went on national television like 7 times, had maps had arrows. He took the public along with him. That's why when, I mean, he was elected into office in 1968. And he won an overwhelming majority. He won everything except Massachusetts and the District of Columbia. Which is hilarious 1972. You have to be clear. Mcgovern was from Massachusetts. So the idea that liberal Massachusetts with its representative, running against Nixon, was the only place besides TC. I mean, you talk about a

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"massachusetts " Discussed on Radio Boston

Radio Boston

05:13 min | 9 months ago

"massachusetts " Discussed on Radio Boston

"I do think that this will be a part of our portfolio We hired a principal and she's hired from teachers and today we started off with a five students because again the students have to be referred and there's special Referral the referral process. And where except. We're being innovative. And i told the virtual school staff The other day as they're going to be some bumps along this road. This is a brand new endeavor for us and welcome to the roller coaster. We're gonna get through this together. We're gonna create. We're going to be innovative in and how we do this and we're going to meet the needs of individual students. So i'm thinking about masks to superintendent Statewide mask mandate was issued on the twenty fifth of august for students and staff in massachusetts public schools. You had a letter from a couple of days before leading a families know that you want there to be masks but we also know there had been some open discussion that the state was going to do this. So had you planned ahead of the state to require masks and and if so why was that an important step to take. I had already. I didn't know that the state was going to issue a math mandate Won the state did our when desi did I was already moving in that direction because of our community and in conversation with multiple stakeholders and talking to our families so when i went to my school committee i said here is my recommendation that we universal masking and then the following week. School committee voted to approve the universal masking. And then i think it was a couple of days later. The department desi and the commissioner went ahead and made the mandate so we were. We were just ahead a little bit ahead. It's a conversation that i had been having With multiple stakeholders over the summer..

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"massachusetts " Discussed on Radio Boston

Radio Boston

03:25 min | 9 months ago

"massachusetts " Discussed on Radio Boston

"Across industries And what we found was prepaid domestic. Ninety percent of our members were working in operations here in massachusetts in person and that completely shifted during the pandemic certainly But they anticipate that ship to continue post pandemic with seventy nine percent of those same respondents looking to switch to hybrid work model and that is what will be the plan whenever they bring everyone into that new work environment for those who can work remotely I think many of our employers are trying to monitor what is happening on and thinking about what those policies will look like and then at the same time might like joseph mentioned there are some companies that have employees who have to be in the office. Labs in actually touching and working on a on on products or i'm with teams and so with that companies are also being diligent and vigil. End making sure that those who are coming into the office Are able to do so safety. Sap as possible right so. Let me turn that to chagall to a president and ceo of the black economic council of massachusetts You know when we talk about return to work return to the office. We leaving out a whole swath of essential important massachusetts businesses. We heard we heard already from a caller who was been out there this whole time. So what are you hearing from from folks who have been opened this whole time businesses. That weren't able to go remote a year and a half ago. Well well i act apologize for the technical difficulties. Quite ray we've become very used to and to your point about the original caller or the earlier caller. When i think cat for all that she has been doing for the commonwealth as we're talking about The future of work in on the side of a black businesses in particular but businesses on by people of color lot of folks like you said have not been able to close their doors over the last. eighteen months You know most of our many of our businesses. Our main streets businesses restaurants and barber shops and hair salons and It's dry cleaners and a lot of them have relied on the foot. Traffic around the downtown boston area Nubian squared cetera of folks being in the office in so as we're talking about You know folks being able to work from home etcetera At the decreased footprint decrease to for traffic in these areas is going to have a negative a huge negative impact on our businesses. I think of business into the in square Who i. I won't call out but i know that her restaurant or food businesses located right in the bowling building in so that business has relied on the one thousand plus folks who work and move through that building working for eps And because very few people have been coming into the building those catering opportunities The luncheon Breakfast opportunities accelerator. The folks in the building have dramatically decreased in so now The scramble is on to try to that only new contracts but to stay open in general so certainly our businesses who have been opened. This whole timer are thinking about how to survive if we move toward folks most folks working from home right one eight hundred four two three eight.

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"massachusetts " Discussed on Radio Boston

Radio Boston

03:16 min | 9 months ago

"massachusetts " Discussed on Radio Boston

"Having also with us is kim dawkins president of pathways for change a rape and sexual assault crisis center that services dozens of communities in central massachusetts kim. It's good to have you as well. Hello jamie it's great to be on thank you. Both for joining us representative higgins. I do want to start with you just so that we're all on the same page here briefly. What do we mean when we say rape test kits so they are sexual assault. Evidence kit sped are collected Usually between three days after an assault In a hospital and there are the evidence that documents The trauma perpetrated upon survivors spotty so the legislature beckon twenty one thousand nine passes a bill that includes funding for testing backlogged kits here in massachusetts but at the beginning of this year you file the bill to test some sixty three hundred kits that were excluded from testing under that original bill. Why weren't these kids ever tested would happen. So we're still trying to get answers at the out how we got here and I did not do this alone. Really singled to have a partner in minority leader. Brad jones Working on this issue and we kind of agreed. We didn't care how we got but we needed to move forward and we had these sixty three hundred kits that were tested or fully tested were dna tested and we wanted to make sure that we removed any loopholes or any language that the crime lab was pointing to that said that they could not test. The kids So that's yeah so. This year's bill What is the state doing to comply. So we were -quired the crime lab to to take an accounting of the kits There are a number of kits that they Continue to claim cannot be tested. There are at least one category where that is the case that the dna evidence kid is so small that it would be exhausted There's a separate process that needs to go through. The frustrating part is we haven't been able to get an accounting of how many kits fit that profile and need to be put aside They've had eight million dollars. They've spent we believe about four million of it and they've had two additional years and having come up with a plan to test the kids that can legally be tested. And that's what we're really asking for and so we put stricter timelines more Accountability quarterly reports to make sure That these kids are being tested that there's a plan and we know it may take a few years because there are sixty three hundred kits but we need a plan and survivors and their Deserve to know how the how this backlog point to the address so do to note that we have put in a request for comment to the state police crime lab. We've not yet received a response. I guess i'm just wondering what your hearing in terms of. Why not just do this. I don't think that we've heard a real compelling other than that we can't and we've we've said were the legislature will write the legislation. We'll give you the money. We'll give you the resources that we want to asleep..

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"massachusetts " Discussed on Radio Boston

Radio Boston

04:56 min | 10 months ago

"massachusetts " Discussed on Radio Boston

"Do criticizing our our existing republican governor. And not just criticizing but also achieving those results achieving those winds on police reform on vaccine equity on criminal justice reform that translate into real results films lives so in our remaining time. You know i. I'm listening to listening to the agenda. I'm thinking about the moment. This is a staggeringly complex moment to lead a state Between one hundred year pandemic our reckoning was systemic racism income inequality the issues that you laid out what comes first in terms of issue tackle. However you want to answer that. Well i think that the imperative before us and also the good news is that we can't. We should not limit ourselves to choosing one issue to work on at a time. One because we're better than that in massachusetts we we can walk and chew gum in massachusetts at the same time. We have a ton of talent here in the commonwealth theon. We you know medical talent. Technological talent education talent Creativity and had a lot of resources. We've gotten ourselves into the of scarcity mindset but in fact we are the very wealthy state and so we have the building blocks that we need to Confront these issues head on and again you know not nibble around the edges and not put our head in the sand and you know sort of hide from these problems and then i said good news right. Is that when we tackle one. We are often tackling another at the same time right when we tackle our transportation infrastructure and we get ambitious about building twenty-first-century infrastructure. We are also tackling in an aggressive way climate. Change right which we do. We need to be aggressive. It's an existential threat to our our planet and certainly to our state and so we can but we can't feed two birds with one hand. They're same thing again with education equity in education justice when we get that right. We're taking huge bites out of income inequality out of housing instability out of racial racial inequality in racial injustice in our state..

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"massachusetts " Discussed on Radio Boston

Radio Boston

05:26 min | 10 months ago

"massachusetts " Discussed on Radio Boston

"Well to see a always hard to choose one or two because the issues are so intertwined but you know just to to again approach it from the experience of your typical working family here in massachusetts Housing costs are going up and up. healthcare costs are going up and up. People are sitting a long time in traffic. And that's time that folks would much rather be at home taking care of their Aging parents helping their kids with their homework being civically active in their communities. And so those are the those issues that are going to be a first and foremost on my priority list and these are issues where again. I'm interested in tackling them at their roots. It's been too long. That beacon hill has been saying to families That we should have just nibbling around the edges is enough or the people should need to wait another year or another term for really profound change on these issues so you ask for a specific example And i'll i'll go. I'll go to economic development and economic opportunity and justice right our our wealth gap and particularly racial loss. Gap in massachusetts is one of the largest in the nation and we have folks who have been working and working their butts off. If i can say that on the radio for year network hub and not seeing race relative to inflation. Right does a huge problem for our commonwealth things. We can do to address that one. Is you know as much education isn't an issue that i'm known for him beacon hill. It is not a silver bullet but is the single biggest lever. We have from public policy standpoint. for tackling both economic inequality and injustice and economic opportunity. Right building opportunity because if we can equip young people with that strong nation in life. day they're going to be able to do the rest of the work right. They're gonna go far and we also know that. A prepared workforce is one of the things that has hamstringing our industries in our employers in massachusetts is one of the most common frustrations that i hear from employers. Is the selling me for interrupting years. Just there's so much i want to get to. What is a specific for example policy idea on an educated workforce that you're thinking about so i'll give you to write about one is that we need to follow through with discipline and with vigor. Our implementation of student opportunity act which is something that i fought for and succeeded getting into law a five year battle right to get it into line passed in twenty nineteen. But that's a seven year in process and we have to do it with discipline less. We not hit that goal. The second something that So many folks really came face-to-face with during the pandemic which is the need for universal high-quality frisk preschool access in our state right. Our childcare.

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"massachusetts " Discussed on Radio Boston

Radio Boston

04:46 min | 11 months ago

"massachusetts " Discussed on Radio Boston

"He spent a total of eight years in the du and he says he still in mental health treatment because of it and still has a hard time adjusting. Let's listen when you're in. Bdu you you're by yourself you're shackled you cup to go to the shower you go to like dog like kennel for your recreation. I think being around people without being restricted like seeing their hand movements and being close to people and Loud noises things of that nature. It's almost like you have a port. You'd like this post traumatic you just you stress in. And you're worried about being attacked and paranoia in. Williams says that although is very happy that this report is recommending that the. Dd you be dissolved. He really hopes that it gets done. Quickly Liz matos who spoke with earlier with prisoners legal services of massachusetts says. She also thinks it should be done fast and she's waiting to see the details. About how the dd. You will be dissolved. The one of the few units in the country actually where you can be rented for up to ten years for disciplinary offence in solitary confinement In that we have been outliers massachusetts in that practice for a long time. And it's been i think a disgrace for the communist massachusetts to still have a practice like this while dub can you give us a sense of the scope here. How many people are we talking about. There are about four hundred fifty beds in restrict restricted housing beds in massachusetts in a dd u the special disciplinary unit There about one hundred and twenty five beds all right so if we end restrictive housing what kind of alternatives. Or are we talking about here for prisoners who were deemed dangerous essentially. Well the report says there should be a process for handling disruptive behavior and some prisoners who are documented as dangerous and in the emphasis there on documentation can be removed from the general population of the prison for a period of time but the effort should be to figure out why they're being disruptive and to try to address those issues all right. You mentioned that the top there were eleven recommendations in this report so besides eliminating restrictive housing and eliminating the du. What else was significant that you saw in that report. I think probably most important are the recommendations to improve programming and treatment The report says correctional staff of those incarcerated and those formerly incarcerated who the investigators interviewed for this report. All agree that more programming is needed in state prisons and there needs to be a focus on treatment especially for those with substance use disorders or have we heard from the. Do see what do they have to say about all this. Well the do see and the state executive office of public safety insecurity both say that this is a solid report and it will be a step toward long-term changes The dot says the recommendations will be implemented over the next three years and the falcon group. Which did the report will help with implementation. We should point out that the report praises the state For being a leader in correction policy and You really gives the dnc a lot of credit for. Its collaboration on this report..

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"massachusetts " Discussed on The Political History of the United States

The Political History of the United States

05:19 min | 1 year ago

"massachusetts " Discussed on The Political History of the United States

"Reluctantly connecticut accepted and was entered into the growing dominion. The charter was allowed to survive. Though for the time autonomous ruling connecticut. I come to a close. None of the colonies in new england served as more of a warning against the growing risk of royal control than to new hampshire new hampshire drain. The eighties was still a very small colony with a little over. Two thousand colonists. However the events of the late sixteen seventies and early sixties in new hampshire would have a dramatic impact on the entirety of the england. Going back. A bit new hampshire had been embroiled in a controversy regarding a royal rule for a few years before the emergence of the dominion. the problem. was that roger mason. The descendant of the colonies original proprietor had spent much of the sixteenth seventy s fighting to increases holdings. This included an amount of land that had become disputed between new hampshire massachusetts through a court battle. The king decided that mason had an absolute right to sell the land which he owned. The problem is that will he controlled the land. The king ruled that he did not give him the right to control the government over seeing that land in sixteen. Seventy nine charles. The second made new hampshire a royal colony and said edward cranfield over as the governor. This was a disaster for massachusetts by the time that cranfield was in the colony massachusetts expansion. Meant that the colonies had made their way into mason's territory. Massachusetts was not interested in the land itself but felt they had a right to enforce the governance over the colonists in the region the kings ruling however was that mason control the land but hill no rights over the government which meant that masons territory were massachusetts colonists. Had settled was now directly under royal rule with cranfield at its head. No cranfield was not a popular figure anywhere in new england. During his time in new hampshire he clashed with just about everybody there over. pretty much. Everything the new hampshire colonists hated him so much that at one point they ended up violently revolting. Cranfield survived the revolt and sent the ringleader edward g-o-v to england for execution. Before you go and spend too much time. Worrying about mr gov. It should be noted that he will survive this entire ordeal. He will be pardoned and he will eventually returned to new hampshire. Ask for cranfield. He is going to rule new hampshire with an iron fist. The navigation x. Were going to be applied to their fullest extent with absolutely no wiggle room allowed. Liberty of conscience was also not going to be a thing in new hampshire. Cranfield recognized that the anglican church was the official church and he determined. That is what people would practice under his watch.

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"massachusetts " Discussed on The Political History of the United States

The Political History of the United States

04:26 min | 1 year ago

"massachusetts " Discussed on The Political History of the United States

"To the political history of the united states episode. Ju- point twenty six the dominion outside of massachusetts less. I'm we spent a second episode looking at the reform. The dominion of new england under edmund andrews. These reforms were by and large hated by just about everybody inside a massachusetts even amongst those colonists who were there to advise andros. They often found the new laws repugnant and we're shocked by their lack of influence over colonial affairs. It had quickly become abundantly obvious to all involved that the governor's council was not a representative assembly but was rather just there to make suggestions. If at the suggestion he would roll with the idea if he didn't he wouldn't at the end of the day. It was clear that the power in the colony rested almost entirely with him. When addressing the dominion of new england. It can at times be difficult to remember that we are not dealing with something that took place exclusively massachusetts. The dominion was a conglomeration of colonies and it extended throughout the entirety of new england. And beyond this week therefore the goal is going to be getting a better idea of what this means for everybody else. Inside of the dominion we will examine how the other colonies dealt with the arrival of andraos and the reaction to policies as we are going to see today. Despite the fact that massachusetts really is the center of the dominion world. There were a lot of colonists who were going to be part of the dominion and not live within massachusetts and they are going to have a lot of different opinions about everything that is happening for nearly all of new england. The birth of the demand meant the end of what had largely been decades of nearly independent rule. However will that on the surface wasn't going to make anybody all that happy. The demand also marked an important opportunity since its founding massachusetts had dominated the region that dominion offered the other colonies and opportunity to escape the orbit of boston. Which the.

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"massachusetts " Discussed on The Young Jurks

The Young Jurks

04:20 min | 1 year ago

"massachusetts " Discussed on The Young Jurks

"So i don't necessarily think you know starting A new party all in its own right now is the best solution to that and i think we need to take away power from the republican party which has lost all legitimacy and also create more viable opposition from the left. I'm does a lot of good work by running candidates in democratic primaries and really creating on institutional opposition from the last But yeah. I think the two party system isn't working for anyone. That's part of the reason why i really supported the right choice. Voting initiative in massachusetts which. I'm really sad. But i think that we need to create pathways for candidates who don't feel represented by either party to still be able to run and win and serve in office and we have an comment agreeing with you. It's exactly who america is in has been which that's when i when i look at What i see the videos. I'd say that's america. That is a that is a reflection of of who we are and we've been seeing it. In a local town facebook groups. We've been seeing it at local protests. We've been documenting been interviewing folks who are experts on this stuff locally. Who told us it was happening. And they predicted that it would get worse and guess what they were all right so With a young jerks. I'm sorry cala. Do some say on that. I agree. I think some of the pictures like you were talking about. The ones that stood out to me the most were people. You know waving confederate flags You know throwing stuff around Attacking each other on an behind them on the walls of the capitol where pictures of bearing similar means of you know. American soldiers attacking native americans or Fighting fighting in different wars and it really just shows you how this violence whites premise White supremacist violence is a very very common pattern. In american history. And it's really interesting to see those images juxtaposed get more comments another question to Asking hillary diane who has done some great work. she actually helped Pass a hemp bill for local hemp farmers. The state house. Recently she asked Rank choice voting. What do you think about that. I was a big supporter of the right choice building campaign..

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"massachusetts " Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:43 min | 1 year ago

"massachusetts " Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Massachusetts House Speaker Robert DeLeo is bidding his position farewell. The Quincy Democrat, handed his his letter of resignation in yesterday. WBC's Carl Stevens reports this afternoon for one last time 70 year old House Speaker Robert DeLeo will stand with the gavel in that historic chamber. He'll be saying goodbye. After 12 years of speaker he's stepping down, effective at six PM, is expected to take a job. It is all the modern Northeastern University and he's expected to be succeeded by long time. Legislator Run Mariano of Quincy. During his time as speaker. DiLeo did a lot. Among other things, he helped the shepherd through laws legalizing casino gambling, expanding health care and rewriting criminal justice laws. And speaking of criminal justice. He's the first Massachusetts House speaker in three decades to quit the job on his own terms. Without the burden of legal troubles. Carl Stevens, WBC Boston's news radio on overnight fire at a black church in Springfield, is being investigated as a possible hate crime. Springfield Fire Commissioner Barn Old Calvi's called the Fire at the Martin Luther King Jr Church. Highly suspicious. The fire early Monday took around an hour to put out and left the church unusable. Well, he says there's been three other fires in the area in the last three weeks. Springfield police and fire working with the FBI on the investigation, They're asking anyone with information on the fire to contact the arson hotline. There's a $5000 reward offered for information that leads to the cause of the fire. A NAR man shot by police in Brockton, who were called in about a domestic dispute. WBZ TV Snick Emmons has the story A man shot and killed by police after an.

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"massachusetts " Discussed on The Young Jurks

The Young Jurks

05:49 min | 1 year ago

"massachusetts " Discussed on The Young Jurks

"Has such an impact that the corporate forces can't stop. The. Progress of history, and this is actually something I've been thinking about a lot lately American politics and it's been this way since the beginning of the republic is very weird. There's the solid normal way of doing politics where you know influence people with a lot of money by lobbyists and they influence lawmakers and regulators but there's these moments. Then you can kind of feel our in one right now where. The historical powder keg comes together in such a way where there's a fundamental shift in how regulation or law making his dot, and although it's not the biggest national story we saw one of those moments in Massachusetts Cannabis policy history with the changes to delivery and caregivers, and just having a front row seat to that is very humbling and extremely extremely. Awesome. It happens sometimes. You know I think I think the problem on all of that. Is the expense. Like it sounds good. Sounds Great. You know they listened to the people the people shown up. But there's a huge cost in that. You know the cost for me back when I used to do that stuff I, don't do it anymore I mean I I didn't even I'll be honest I. I didn't even write to commission. You know I didn't know if it would actually help because I. think some of them may be don't liking. So I was like why bother wasting my time if they might get help but just it's a time thing if people have to sacrifice time and energy to show up. And that's part of democracy that I don't like the way. I. Love It in a way. But it's like the squeaky wheel gets the grease like. 'cause I mentioned the employees that's why the employees aren't getting any help. Because employers can't afford to show up there they can't afford they. They don't they're not organized they're not. They're just trying to figure out where they gonNA eat their next sandwich you know what I'm saying. So. It's difficult. You know I love democracy think gets the best system we have. But on the other side, it's like there's a huge cost is why a lot of times people of color working class people get shutout 'cause after you're done working sixty hours a week. You really, WanNa. Go spend time on the government. Most people don't. It's it's why covid although. So Kobe's been very unique for one group of people that was historically marginalized and that's the disabled in the sense that it's kind of opened up democracy to folks like myself who are homebound but you bring up a good point which is that even with those expanded access pathways is a time sync and it requires work a job like like me I I'd be watching those things sometimes I can I should try to get in on that today but I'm walking dogs like you know I'm looking at A. Call me I can't set a side for hours to be like..

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"massachusetts " Discussed on The Young Jurks

The Young Jurks

05:06 min | 1 year ago

"massachusetts " Discussed on The Young Jurks

"Again. You picked up a lot of endorsements to I've noticed lately Ya. Not More than than is out there just because of the primary holding back till after the primary but the ones that are out there already are like mosman actions. The biggest one that's huge run in mass. Those women are just the technology and the brains behind most of these successful political campaigns three, Fifty Mass Jason. Environmental Group And Local Democrats down committees like North Reading Democratic Town Committee so you know I'm picking up speed. It's a little bit hard to get above the noise whether it's grown virus or black lives matter or Kenny vs Marquis. So not going to get above that noise until September. Second some. Okay. With that in the meantime kind of. Four define myself or any kind of Republican attack but it looks like right now Jones is just doing a kind of. Here. No you also you know you always pretend yet don't exist like he spent time to mailer this week that it's just like a PR. It's like this picture Ham Nice Guy Remember me. So I. Think I got him pretty scared. Of the best thing that's happens for as most recently but Harold. Really attack. Jones. For being endorsed by Environmental League Massachusetts which is another environmental group in Lobbyist Group in Massachusetts and They picked him over me but it's really kicking them in the ass because. Boston Herald Light. This.

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"massachusetts " Discussed on The Young Jurks

The Young Jurks

04:48 min | 1 year ago

"massachusetts " Discussed on The Young Jurks

"Like. So yeah. Awesome and again, it's a plate Elena Bontes. She's running governor's Council district six Massachusetts vote for her on. Tuesday cleese for. Yes against your family to. First person of color on the Governor's council. And Your your mental health worker you you told the story about your son. I am so in on your pain, it's not even funny. Nicole Musallam. Also in on your camping I'll give money to like I. Love You. Tell tell us about what's going on. You're getting doors to. Yes It's been this has been a highly competitive race and the news were get from both city clerk's office. Is that just by early voting Mellon Voting we've already surpassed. The number of people voted in this type of race in the past. So this is very exciting. We've been really working to expand that, but you know this campaign is about the people and I was very ecstatic. Just last was two weeks ago. Now I'm I'm like in the campaigns owed type passes differently. Michelle does. But. Yeah, it's Just got endorsed by people for the American Way and renew New England, which is a group that both the Bernie Sanders and Anna Presley went and spoke at their grand opening event for their kicked off. So exciting I, love their policy framework and people are responding like Halina and I. We were on a list of races that came out this week where big Republican money is being spent to keep the status quo Supporting Democrats you publicly that get Republican Monitor governor, Baker, like special Helene I know specifically and they're they're spending governor. Baker is spending money against you gots and back packet Democrats. NASA cheese it's crazy. Yeah he's Republican so. and. These are Republican donors like some of the wealthiest earners of Massachusetts and their spending money. In these you know races in Democratic primaries and let me tell you I have no doubt lie at the my opponent is an anti choice. Candidate has voted time and again against not only marriage equality but equal rights and he's voted over and over again for corporate tax cuts and cuts to the wealthiest earners of Massachusetts and no other state in the union except to. Others to other states in the union have cut taxes more drastically in the past ten years. The Massachusetts has to the tune of over four billion dollars of our state budget annually that's money that could be for our schools which we know we've been defunding. That's money that we could be using it to replace the water pipes that are were a hundred years old and leaching lead into our water. I mean our communities are suffering. We need those funds for our communities. Especially now I mean this nineteen has has wiped other states and and president trump has said he's not giving them any money. He's not giving the cities or towns with the states any money so This is this is a really a crisis point. People are hurting and I'm sorry you know people need. To realize this didn't happen because Kobe Kobe was the straw that broke the camel's back. We were already very close to the tipping point. Cova just accelerated that process in made it very drastic and put our lives on pause enough for us to be able to notice what was happening around us. Thank you. That's a Coal Musallam. She's running for a Massachusetts State Rep in Maldon in Medford Massachusetts vote for her on Tuesday I would highly suggest it. especially, if you're evolving or Medford definitely go vote for her. we also have. Michelle Mollet she's running for State Rep in the Twentieth Middlesex District Lynnfield, north reading, Middleton in reading. Michelle Dot com been on the show a lot. Do you really been working for number four or five and? I'm feeling very comfortable year..

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"massachusetts " Discussed on The Young Jurks

The Young Jurks

05:32 min | 1 year ago

"massachusetts " Discussed on The Young Jurks

"I WanNa see you know a real group of people who WANNA be legal get to go legal and it's smaller players they can get in they can experiment they can try stopped caregiver and then watch a licensed business. That's the next step up you know a micro grow or something like that gives people opportunity with smaller capital do themselves the hustlers out there makes legal gives them opportunity we should be gone. In me? Which I'm one of the main differences in moon. In the problem. Maine has. Evolved over the years in their big concern, how's that big candidates coming in and try to shut down honestly but main had very similar type of thing, and now they have the option against storefronts. So like Baid started out just simple caregivers and now some caregivers have store fronts too so. There's a lot of opportunity in Maine because he's been there for so long. It's been there for fifteen years growing just didn't start overnight but they the difference of Maine is they started with caregivers in later dispensary we're doing the opposite where we're stocked with dispensaries. Then allowing caregivers later you know so just the opposite really. Smaller better being differences that in Massachusetts part of why this proposal so unique is that the operations like you're saying general half to be not for profit and not just not for profit they have to be ah cost and that doesn't even include the caregivers time. So the people who are signing up for this, they're giving all their information they're doing this pro bono for the most vulnerable patients the most. Impoverished the most disabled patients in the entire state and they they are doing this basically out of the goodness of their heart main closer to a commercial caregiver model. But that's also why Massachusetts why it was so insidious for people to oppose this proposal because what they're basically saying is not only should these caregivers not be able to have more than one patient but if they do then we should target. Task Force. This person, the president of this patient's association said quote..

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"massachusetts " Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

03:01 min | 2 years ago

"massachusetts " Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Massachusetts is down now just seven percent of cases require hospitalization but down from eight percent more than twenty eight hundred people in the state have now died from the from the disease nearly fifty five thousand of confirmed cases and more than a thousand people are in the I see you mayor Marty Walsh says Boston and Massachusetts General Hospital are teaming up on an antibody testing study these antibodies developed by those who have been exposed to covert nineteen the hospital in the Boston public health commission have begun contacting a random selection of about a thousand a symptomatic residents from East Boston Roslindale and parts of Dorchester well says they hope to better understand the true prevalence of covert nineteen in the city testing is expected to be completed by may first that's this Friday Boston is getting a new fire commissioner as the city's first responders battle the Kobe pandemic there wells tapped John Dempsey for the position on Friday yesterday the new top firefighter spoke to WBZ's Kendall Buell you see a lot of things serving as a Boston firefighter for three and a half decades but the department's new commissioner has never seen anything like this pandemic and Jack Dempsey and his team of had to put some extraordinary measures in place to keep the department's numbers up by keep everything within each firehouse all basically we're operating over thirty separate fire departments really will stop in vacation so that we will be guaranteed to have the manpower if the numbers went down even some basic distancing measures like keeping some fire houses from having group dinners fly in the face of tradition and culture what those measures and health monitoring system that other city departments are now adapting as get to be a these covert related absences unusually low for any organization and in the meantime Dempsey says lessons are being learned for the next time something pops up even the old timers have never seen before get a Buell WBZ Boston news radio poison control centers across the country are getting more and more calls many of them concerned about exposure to household cleaners including bleach this after president trump suggested that ingesting disinfectants could be a possible treatment for covert nineteen he later said he was being sarcastic A. B. C.'s Karina Mitchell has more in New York City an unusually high number of calls related to fears over exposure to bleach and other household disinfectants the city's health commission with this warning on Twitter to be clear disinfectants are not intended for ingestion either by mouth my ears my breathing them in any way shape or form and doing so can put people at great risk Illinois also reporting an increase in calls to its poison control hotlines please do not try home remedies that involve ingesting cleaners or disinfectants the health department is awarding five million dollars to help poison control centers deal with this demand this is the NHL has a plan to resume the season which involves summer hockey in July and August in four cities where it's.

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"massachusetts " Discussed on Trapping Today

Trapping Today

02:50 min | 2 years ago

"massachusetts " Discussed on Trapping Today

"One that took me under his wing he goes you know the problem in Massachusetts as they either WanNa see wildlife kings value or a nuisance. You know there you see. There's something nice I still look at or something. That's that's under your deck or or flood near your your fields or or something like that. They don't they. Don't they. Have such a disconnect of of you know using the resource in need including the family and stuff and I. I don't think enough people you know really push that that I of it. Yeah and trapper see all three angles right. Intrinsic Value Nuisance Ryan utilize a resource renewable resource. That can be used. I mean I push the I I make the point you know that I. I argue the any sportsman. Carrots far more about animals than any anti because we're willing to kill them for the greater good and that's that's a tough that's a tough pill this fall and that's a tough argument humint to make. How could you tell something that you love so much but it just it it tears me up when I see a a Mangy Fox remains a coyote or I see a coyote dead on the road just all all torn up? You know it's it's I don't see how that that's a better alternative and you know it's a you know they did in Massachusetts you popped in ninety six and they didn't even have to backtrack because the beaver population exploded. Some something like three fold he. I think the November sir. Twenty from twenty thousand seventy thousand something like that. Yeah it was. It was a more more than people so they did. They did the emergency agency process. And if you look at you know our our coyote population it is ridiculous. I've seen more ladies during the daytime and I've ever seen before and it's because I know people have done it but managed sure it is hard to get a coyote in the cage. I haven't I I haven't been able to do it. It seems it's unreasonable to expect that. And then you know we have the the new IOT band. which is we're hunting contests and they want to? They want to attack the season. And they'll they'll grasp every little interest so it's really really you know about fighting every little change you can but also getting out in front of it and just making sure that you know they got no dirty long air and you know I love. I don't get me wrong. I love dripping games. I love that quintessential you know Old Barn photo with all the furs lined up. You know I think that's classy. But you know some stuff anything we need to be. You know kind of conscientious about how portrayed trappers is this good for trapping..

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"massachusetts " Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

News Radio 920 AM

01:59 min | 2 years ago

"massachusetts " Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

"Massachusetts Steve Nelson from my witness news in the state department of environmental management is re issuing a notice about snow disposal site the EM is advising businesses community groups and state and local government agencies about identifying potential sites with winter approaching and the season's first snow fall already in the books local sites should be near or on the permeable surfaces in upland areas away from water resources and wells snow collected from roads parking lots bridges and sidewalks can contain harmful contaminations as we know such as road salt sand and litter among the contaminants of the state the EM issues a reminder about snow disposal and doing it right Providence journal says before a soccer stadium can rise on the west bank of the Seekonk river and Patoka pollution there caused by decades of gas manufacturing on the tide water side will finally have to be dealt with the protected gas company began burning coal to make gas at that property off Taft St back in the eighteen eighties in nineteen ninety six about thirty years after the plant was permanently shuttered investigators found significant quantities of toxic waste on that ground to so since then the site's been fenced off as national grid and state environmental regulators complete a plan for cleaning it up so there was some problems back in two thousand four teenagers broke into a storage shed on the site may spread deadly mercury they kept their around the property adjacent neighborhood a jury found southern union the company responsible for the site at that particular time guilty of illegally storing a heavy metal too now this summer national grid which acquired the site from southern union submitted a cleanup plan for the twenty three acres is now responsible for city protected owns the land to the north including six acres of that proposed stadium site national grid spokesperson Ted Cressey he said that the soccer stadium concept outlined a week ago appears to fit in with the plans by national grid to clean things up that they.

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