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Fresh update on "mayor de blasio" discussed on Mark Levin

Mark Levin

01:34 min | 9 hrs ago

Fresh update on "mayor de blasio" discussed on Mark Levin

"To a round the block This is a WABC evening newspaper New York City workers marching across the Brooklyn Bridge to city hall today in protest of the city's vaccine mandate nearly 43,000 workers including police and firefighters are not vaccinated Mayor de Blasio defending the mandates we want to move quickly obviously we've given people a lot of time first in the voluntary phase then in the vaccinate or test phase it's time to keep moving So for the vast majority of the workforce not yet vaccinated the deadline is 5 p.m. on Friday October 29th The NYPD's police benevolent association filing a lawsuit today against the mandate The police union announcing on Twitter had filed the suit in Staten Island state Supreme Court PBA leaders also planned to file a request for a temporary injunction preventing the mandate from being implemented while the lawsuit is ongoing Florida governor Ron DeSantis says today his plan to offer a $5000 bonus to cops who relocate to Florida for jobs has nothing to do with COVID-19 vaccine mandates desantis called the idea fake news It's for officers period It has nothing to do with their vaccination status So that's just wrong That's a bad I think there was a headline from a corporate outlet which we all know corporate media lies They do not tell the truth Assume what they tell you is false and then figure out why they're telling you a false narrative The scientists discussed the bonus proposal on fox's Sunday morning futures saying he planned to sign the law during a special legislative session President Joe Biden in New Jersey today campaigning with democratic incumbent governor Phil Murphy who was seeking a second term Biden taking the time to talk about his build back better plan also slamming trickle down economics I've never seen a time in American history when the middle class did well the wealthy didn't do very well But I'm tired of trickle down Trickle down doesn't had work so much for the last 15 years of working class middle class folks Biden's visit kicking off construction of the new portal north bridge to replace the aging 110 year old structure More than 7 years following the chokehold death of Eric Garner on a Staten Island sidewalk a judicial inquiry into the police killing began today The fired officer who placed Garner in the choke hold Daniel will not testify his firing was announced by former NYPD commissioner James O'Neill in August of 2019 This clear that Daniel pantaleo can no longer effectively serve as a New York City police officer And carrying out the court's verdict in this.

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De Blasio Announces Vaccine Mandate for All City Workers

AP News Radio

00:48 sec | 5 d ago

De Blasio Announces Vaccine Mandate for All City Workers

"New York City is now requiring police officers firefighters and other municipal workers to get a covert backseat or be placed on unpaid leave mayor de Blasio said Wednesday the mandate affecting the nation's largest police department and more than a hundred thousand other city workers carries a November first deadline for getting the first vaccine does guards at reikers island will be subject to the mandate December first of the workers affected seventy one percent have already received at least one dose according to the city mayor de Blasio says workers to get their first shot by October twenty ninth at a city run vaccine site will get five hundred dollars he'd been wearing the mandate after instituting one for public school teachers this also sets up a potential showdown with unions who said they'd oppose a vaccine mandate I'm

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Fresh update on "mayor de blasio" discussed on Morning Edition

Morning Edition

03:04 min | 19 hrs ago

Fresh update on "mayor de blasio" discussed on Morning Edition

"Next mayor of the city of New York Only girl has a bear A band Michael they had a whole band there And there were about a hundred other people out there Adams and Democrats across the city are really focused on turning out the vote He is the clear unequivocal FrontRunner at this point But he's still wants a solid showing at the polls because that reinforces support for his new administration and its agenda And I should note voters will have one more chance to hear these two mayoral candidates in a debate this week They will be on tomorrow from 78 on WABC and Univision It will likely feature a lot more of sliwa trying to chip away at atoms blue collar image while atoms to flex criticism and try to paint sliwa is an unserious candidate Sounded like a band from an 1896 presidential style or something Not only the names on the ballot Bridget making the rounds this week but mayor de Blasio spoke to a church in Brooklyn Does that fuel any speculation that he's getting serious about that gubernatorial bid Oh yes You know this is the type of move you see from a candidate who is running not one who is term limited Certainly he's trying to cement his legacy but he's also speaking to his base He was an east flatbush in a place where he remains popular and he wants to talk about what his administration has delivered and why he wants to continue in public service Now it's worth noting Siena college poll last week that found in a hypothetical matchup with other potential gubernatorial primary candidates de Blasio only got 6% of the support but that underdog status is like pretty much de Blasio's sweet spot He believes he can turn numbers like that around because he has before his win in 2013 is the most significant case in point And of course it conflicts most directly with his very unsuccessful bid for president in 2020 but despite that he is definitely laying the groundwork for his next steps Okay bridges So we're about to wrap up one election and you're already talking to us about the next one Why should we care about these kind of political calculations so far so far from the next election Well you know the thing is Michael there are lots of decisions that will be made between now and next June with really serious everyday implications for voters for de Blasio where is he going to focus his energy in the final weeks He just signed some legislation that would require hotels to provide additional severance to their workers The hotel trades council the union that represents them was the only major union to support his presidential run in 2020 Should we be evaluating his decisions between now and then knowing that he's considering this gubernatorial bid It's probably pretty fair to keep that in mind Similarly governor Cathy hoku will be negotiating her first state budget She's vowed to work with the mayor of New York City likely Eric Adams but we will see next week For those who remember mayor de Blasio and governor Cuomo actually did start off on the right foot but it was how they got to negotiate agreements that's where things really started to break down What are we going to see in that negotiating process And then of course we're keeping eyes on people like public advocates money Williams attorney general to James they're going to need to decide soon whether they are running for governor so it's easy for constituents to take what our current elected officials are doing on face value but it's also helpful to remember when it may be connected to their political ambitions A lot of political calculations Bridget Bergen is WNYC's senior politics reporter you can read more at gothamist dotcom Bridget Thank you so much Thank you Support for NPR comes from WNYC members and from the Kaufman foundation working together with communities to break.

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"mayor de blasio" Discussed on CATS Roundtable

CATS Roundtable

08:18 min | 2 weeks ago

"mayor de blasio" Discussed on CATS Roundtable

"The morning new york. This is the catch roundtable sunday morning. What's going on with this governor. David paterson and no one better than to tell us what the heck is going on the money governor. How are you good morning on. I'm actually up in early I wanna watch a football game at nine thirty. So i'm ready. Wow now to tell us There was a few stories. I was concerned about that in the new york times on friday about changing some of the elite public schools that exist in new york to tell us about it. Well for a long time. People have felt that the gifted encountered programs particularly the ones that start at kindergarten is very hard to test those kids to decide who's gifted and talented. They usually had one test that they took and it kind of governed where they were going to be educated for the rest of the public school experience. Now there were some problems in that system but just like with bail form when you go to fix some of those problems. Sometimes you can destroy the system. So what is going to happen. This here because Mayor defazio wanted to keep the test. He was running against it but he wanted to keep the test. Is that the board. That is supervising this overrule mayor de blasio. And what's going to happen now. Is they're going to have a lottery so there's going to be a lottery to determine who should be in the gifted and talented programs fail miserably man so dumb. I can't believe how dumb that is. I don't is a good word because we can say on the radio. I have some other. That i'm thinking of the reality. Is that when you mix the the classes so much. The giftedandtalented kids at sitting around staring at the ceiling. Because they've already completed the work and the other kids are still struggling to try to complete the work. So that's why you try as much as you can to find tune the education to the capacity of the child to learn it what we want to get rid of is the sort of caste system when you start out that way you know you're in the dumb class or the smart class stuff. They used to say when we went to school. You don't want that but at the same time. You don't want a situation where we're never gonna have any gifted and talented. Bright kids coming out of our schools in america to compete with the kids who are coming out of school from russia and china and just as an example of that. When i was in office. I tried to take four only four of the eighteen state universities and have specialized classes for engineers. Or you know really talented kids in the school and the legislature really gave me a hard time wouldn't do it. Thankfully governor andrew cuomo who succeeded. He was able to put that into effect What else is going on. In new york new yorkers should know about today's sending well. I think that there is still a. We're looking at the possibility of two new people. Running the city and the state Eric adams this week turned down three million dollars of campaign. donations so I guess he thinks he's going to win and Why we turn it down. Just keep keeping the clifford. He could just keep it in the for. But i guess this was sort of like a good government Idea that if you i mean. I don't know anybody really cares when he says it's good government. I i mean it's not even good government. It's kind of like charity. It goes back to the city. Maybe he feels he can use it for something else when he becomes mayor but it was a sort of noteworthy that he did that Courtesy with a republican candidate is traveling around the city but they car. That says curtis cares. He's got some commercials on where he shows himself talking to someone who disrupted one of his press conferences that was reno very effective so You know the the enrollment really favors atoms. And he's the likely winner but that race is still going on and then of course. We have governor kathy local who is hoping to stave off potential challengers and this week. She shut down. The governor's one point two billion dollar what they call the wrong way train That would operate out of queens. So and she also has completed her forty five days. And i was. I had thought of this. She had a forty five day grace period for herself to kind of decide who she wants to work with and who she doesn't and she has opened the gates and put a lot of the cuomo people who were enforcing the toxic atmosphere that existed there Out of the governor's office. And and so i would say that. She still gets high marks and she made an interesting comment on thursday when she said that some people couldn't get vaccinated because they were afraid to get on the subway because there's so many people on them that they're more dangerous that was a pretty brazen and strong comment. It's it's right but usually governors. Don't say that so I think she had a good week. Any notables that you make changes that we would know the names in the last week or something Press secretary who was in. The lieutenant governor's office moved to the governor's office with her. They've assigned that person to another agency. I don't remember that particular name. Larry schwartz who had been secretary to governor cuomo and myself is going to step down from his position as the on the Mta board and I think that just in the last period that those are the those are the notables. I understand there's a lot of rooms around that Governor cuomo may decide to run again to james's thinking about running so many. I mean giamatti williams mayor de blasio and he gut feelings. My gut feeling is if mayor de blasio thought he could get away with it he would run but he's gonna run into a lot of trouble because many of his campaign promises from twenty thirteen in twenty seventeen. We're not so filled But he did win democratic primaries there and if you win the democratic primary for governor you're very likely to become the next governor I i think that tissue. James and kathy hogan of both the same age if tisch james ever wants to be governor of the state of new york. The time to run would be now because it's not. She might wait eight more years. I and by that time she seventy years old. It'd be hard to run for governor at that griego and With governor cuomo. I think that he is going totally in the wrong direction. He still litigating case online. He's writing letters to different people. He's sending notes to Prominent people telling them who he thinks. They should support and certain races. So the idea that he was getting out of politics is certainly not there but i think when he needs is what they call a moment of reflection. Will you have to stop and think about what you did. And maybe what. You didn't do a best example of that. Were president george w bush. Who was you didn't hear him for two years after he left. And then he went on the oprah winfrey show and took tow responsibility for what happened in hurricane. Katrina and jimmy carter. Who's very quiet. After he left and then it's come back to a number of things now at ninety six years old still doing things and you just have to take some time and let what's happened you think in. I don't believe he's doing that. David paterson thank you for everything you've done for state only commonsense and reflect and continue to do that. God bless you. And god bless new york and god bless america. Thank you john Thank you so much listening in tomorrow when you go back on..

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Fresh update on "mayor de blasio" discussed on Morning Edition

Morning Edition

01:30 min | 19 hrs ago

Fresh update on "mayor de blasio" discussed on Morning Edition

"On WNYC on Michael hill early voting has begun in this fall's general election in both New Jersey and New York City Here in the city turnout began light even as the candidates hit the stump trying to drum up energy and enthusiasm from voters and even though we're just one week out from the end of this election season candidates with aspirations for next year are already out making the rounds Joining me now with what you need to know is WNYC's senior political correspondent Bridget Bergen bridge Good morning Hey Michael Let's start with early voting here in the city When we say the turnout was light what kind of numbers are we talking about here So this weekend we saw more than 31,000 people come out by comparison last fall for the presidential election about a 193,000 voters turned out on the first weekend of early voting And in June for the primary when only registered Democrats and Republicans were eligible to vote and we had that really competitive mayoral primary with our first test of rank choice voting we still saw about a thousand more people in that first weekend of early voting So basically not great turnout but it's not uncommon for there to be a big drop off between presidential and municipal elections It's a slightly worrying sign that more voters aren't feeling engaged but it's also early We still have 7 full days of early voting left plus election day November 2nd so hopefully we'll see those numbers rise as voters start to hear candidates closing arguments I wonder if voters who think that this is a foregone conclusion of some kind but speaking of closing arguments the candidates are out across the city making their pitches now What's their focus in this home stretch So I was keeping tabs on several events on Sunday Republican Curtis Sliwa the mayoral candidate was in bay ridge Brooklyn He spoke to a relatively small crowd about 30 people at a knights of Columbus hall and he was there for close to an hour He spoke to questions He was really trying to tie Brooklyn borough president Eric Adams the democratic nominee to mayor de Blasio who's a pretty unpopular figure in that part of Brooklyn and frame Adams as the elite After the event volunteers were going to go knock on doors for sleeve and I asked him what he planned to do in this final week on the trail and he said as his social media posts show he is all over the place and he will be again this week You see that I'm everywhere Big big ricochet rabbit More of the same Because I believe I can get residents of the inner city to vote for me as I've said over and over again I can go into neighborhoods where the only Republican they've ever seen is Abraham Lincoln on a fight and get respect No sleeve was supposed to head to another event on the NASA queen's border but he told me it was canceled by the organizers What about Eric Adams What do we know about his strategy in these final days So it's a pretty stark contrast Michael Adams is also focused on building some enthusiasm but he's doing it surrounded by a lot more people On Saturday the first day of early voting he held a get out the vote rally in Chinatown Then yesterday he attended a huge event with democratic supporters on the upper west side It was actually organized on behalf of Gale brewer the Manhattan borough president who is expected to win back her old city council seat It was a real who's who of democratic elected officials past present future governor Cathy hoka senator Schumer attorney general tish James all people who will be running next year for some office and Adams is actually introduced by Ruth messenger another legendary figure in New York City democratic politics formal council member Manhattan president mayoral candidate against Giuliani this is going to give you a little flavor of what that event was like The.

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Bill De Blasio Eliminating NYC's Gifted and Talented Program for Students

The Dan Bongino Show

01:57 min | 2 weeks ago

Bill De Blasio Eliminating NYC's Gifted and Talented Program for Students

"So Bill de Blasio you know the communist up in New York He's about 7 foot tall I didn't know they piled turds that high He is a communist this guy Full blown kami he ruined the city one of the world's greatest cities I grew up with the Blasio 7 foot tall pile of turd De Blasio decides it's a good idea because de Blasio's public schools really suck and can't educate black and Hispanic kids So his idea to fix that problem like every communist throughout human history is let's not make everybody richer Let's make everybody equally poor Equality Liberals are like yeah man So great Because you're idiots So because mayor de Blasio's public schools run by unions that throw black and Hispanic kids under the bus Can't seem to educate a black or Hispanic kid anywhere in the city What did de Blasio do with de Blasio says that I've got an idea to my fellow communists Here is my great idea And the commies are clapping They're like this is great mayor de Blasio There's a gifted program in New York City For kids who are gifted Liberals are having a tough time with that They're like uh what does that mean So de Blasio says you know what if I can't make black and Hispanic kids smarter I'm going to make everybody dumber And the commies in New York are like yeah I'm a great idea So he's scrapping the gifted program Because God forbid Asian and kids who are white get into the program because mayor de Blasio his schools can't educate black Hispanics So where is conservatives are like I got an approach to this that could work How about we do a better job of educating black and Hispanic kids and sane people Again non liberals are like yeah yeah that sounds like a smart idea Liberals who are morons by the folds like no no no Let's keep black and Hispanic kids dumb and I've got idea Let's make white Asian every other kid Dumb too let's make everybody equally

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Tourists Charged With Assaulting NY Restaurant Host Who Asked for Vaccine Proof

Mark Levin

00:49 sec | Last month

Tourists Charged With Assaulting NY Restaurant Host Who Asked for Vaccine Proof

"Says a group of tourists from Texas attacked the hostess of Carmine's restaurant on the Upper West Side. It happened yesterday. Around five. Authorities say tempers flared in mayhem ensued when the hostess says she asked a group of women to show proof of vaccination in order to dine in the restaurant. Police say the hostess was punched and kicked and the attack while it was all captured on cell phone video. Oh, All right. This week, Mayor de Blasio issued a mandate requiring all restaurants to ask or indoor diners to show proof of covid vaccination. The hostess was treated at the hospital. And she is expected thankfully to be okay.

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We Love NYC: The Homecoming Concert evacuated due to weather - Brooklyn Vegan

The Larry Elder Show

00:13 sec | 2 months ago

We Love NYC: The Homecoming Concert evacuated due to weather - Brooklyn Vegan

"A huge concert in New York City's Central Park, called the Homecoming concert was abruptly canceled by Mayor de Blasio halfway through their performance. Blasio on stage, telling people to leave the park and seek shelter because of the incoming

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Cuomo Declares State of Emergency: Hurricane Henri Bearing Down on Tri-State

Always In Fashion

01:37 min | 2 months ago

Cuomo Declares State of Emergency: Hurricane Henri Bearing Down on Tri-State

"Hurricane on re is bearing down on the tri state with current models showing the category one storm, likely making landfall by early tomorrow afternoon. Somewhere along Central or Eastern, Long Island. Laundry is expected to come ashore with the sustained winds of at least 80 MPH with wind gusts topping 100 MPH. Widespread flooding is expected and Governor Cuomo declaring a state of emergency for Long Island, New York City, Westchester and the Hudson Valley Coastal Connecticut, also under a hurricane warning, including New Haven, Middlesex and New London counties. Earlier today, Cuomo telling New Yorkers in flood prone areas to evacuate If you know you are in an area that tends to flood if you know you are in a tidal area that tends to flood, if you know You are in an area that is subject to title surgeons. Get out of that area now, please. Widespread power outages are also expected in the city and parts of New Jersey. We're under a tropical storm warning and could see upwards of four inches of rain and winds hitting 50 MPH. Mayor de Blasio, announcing that outdoor dining in the city will be suspended tomorrow. The New York City concert in Central Park is going on as scheduled at this hour with Bruce Springsteen and Paul Simon. Among the headliners. A crowd of 60,000 was expected on the Great Lawn, with the mayor urging all concertgoers to head home immediately as soon as the concert

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Majority of New York State Assembly Support Beginning Process to Impeach Cuomo

First Morning News

01:21 min | 2 months ago

Majority of New York State Assembly Support Beginning Process to Impeach Cuomo

"Andrew Cuomo does not resign, State Assembly members are moving to impeach him. Assembly Speaker Carl Hasty says Cuomo can no longer remain in office following the state attorney general report accusing him of sexual harassment. They go across New York four separate district attorneys now launching criminal probes into governor Andrew Cuomo after a scathing state investigation found he's sexually harassed 11 women and turned his office into a cauldron of fear and abuse. Not a single prominent New York Democrat, is defending the embattled governor. House Speaker Nancy Pelosi agrees. So does President Biden. Cuomo himself has not been seen or heard from since releasing a recorded statement more than 24 hours ago, and as correspondent aerial Reshef Mayor de Blasio again calling on the governor to resign. Here's more on that from W won't want to. Scott Brancaccio says Cuomo needs to end the agony that he's putting New York State through and end the pain of the women. He hurt. The mayor not impressed with Cuomo's explanation, following the attorney general's report, accusing the governor of sexually harassing women stop with this attempt to say culturally, Somehow he's allowed to do what he did. No, it's not acceptable. He needs to resign. Let's get this over with because the entire state has spoken now the mayor notes. He thinks he will work well with Lieutenant governor Kathy Huckle, who would take over Should Cuomo step down or be impeached. I'm

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The Key to NYC: Only Vaccinated Employees and Patrons Are Given a Free Pass

Mike Gallagher Podcast

02:00 min | 2 months ago

The Key to NYC: Only Vaccinated Employees and Patrons Are Given a Free Pass

"You're required to show proof of vaccination in order to live your life normally. What does that mean for you. That to me has a big impact and in new york city. The mayor de blasio made a big announcement yesterday and not only is this going to impact the millions and millions of people who live and work and play in new york but to blasios is calling on other cities around america to follow suit so today announced a new approach which were calling the key to nyc. Pass the key to new york city when you hear those words. I want you to imagine the notion that because someone's vaccinated. They can do all the amazing things that are available in the city. This is a miraculous place for literally. Full of wonders. And if you're vaccinated all that's gonna open up to you. You'll have the key you can open the door but if you're unvaccinated unfortunately you will not be able to participate many things. That's the point we're trying to get across. It's time for people to see vaccination as literally necessary to living a good and full and healthy life. It's a beautiful city miraculous city. There great restaurants theater pro sports museums bars. But in order to go to any of it. You gotta have the key. You gotta have the magic key. You gotta have the golden ticket that you found in that chocolate bar. But you bought from the willy wonka chocolate factory. You gotta have your vaccine pass if you don't have your paper you can't go to any of these places if you don't have that golden ticket you're not getting in

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Fed’s Kashkari Warns Delta Variant Could Slow Jobs Recovery

Meet the Press

00:41 sec | 3 months ago

Fed’s Kashkari Warns Delta Variant Could Slow Jobs Recovery

"Result, covid numbers in the tri state area continue to rise hospitalization so much lower than during the pandemic Peek at much lower than in some states like Florida. Even so, as we've been reporting watch for details from Mayor de Blasio tomorrow on mass guidelines. The attempts to try to slow the spread in the tri state area, the delta variant getting the attention of the Fed. Minneapolis Fed President Neel Kashkari says this could keep some Americans from rejoining the labour market. People are nervous about the Delta area. That could slow some of that labor market recovery and therefore be dragon economic recovery, So the sooner we can get people vaccinated. The sooner we can get Delta under control, the better off our economy

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Mayor De Blasio Announces 'Hometown Heroes' Ticker Tape Parade

Brian Lehrer

00:38 sec | 4 months ago

Mayor De Blasio Announces 'Hometown Heroes' Ticker Tape Parade

"Amanda Blasio has announced a ticker tape parade through the Canyon of Heroes for next month to honor essential workers. That announcement apparently omitted funeral workers got them as reported. Ben Jaca says many of them feel the role they play throughout the pandemic has been overlooked. It seems as though people are still really uncomfortable talking about death and talking about the really stark scary things that happened last year when it came to these refrigerator trucks. And all the bodies literally piling up all around the city. City Hall spokesperson says they always planned on including funeral workers in the July 7th

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NYC Public Schools Will Be All in Person This Fall

Phil's Gang

00:36 sec | 5 months ago

NYC Public Schools Will Be All in Person This Fall

"News this hour from town hall. Calm My Patrick cost They're building blocks ago, says New York City schools will be all in person this fall with no promote option thing. We can't have a full recovery without full string schools. Mayor de Blasio announced on MSNBC that the city's roughly one million public school Children After closing schools in March. 2020 New York City was one of the first large U. S cities to reopen school buildings in the fall of that

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NYPD Cops Can't Take Unscheduled Days Off After Chauvin Verdict

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00:45 sec | 6 months ago

NYPD Cops Can't Take Unscheduled Days Off After Chauvin Verdict

"Is pausing unscheduled days off until further notice and anticipation of a verdict in the Derrick Show. Vin Murder trial a show Bala reports closing arguments in the former Minneapolis cops trial or set for Monday, and NYPD Commissioner Dermot Shea says the department has been planning how to handle potential protests for quite some time last year. Unrest following the police custody Death of George Floyd resulted in a lawsuit from New York Attorney General Tish James. She called attention to a pattern of excessive, brutal and unlawful force against protesters. In addition to the police Department, the lawsuit also charges the city Mayor de Blasio Shay and former chief of department Terry Monahan, with a variety of failures that caused human rights violations. A show Kabbalah WR news

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NYC Subways Are Less Busy and Less Safe

First Morning News

00:55 sec | 6 months ago

NYC Subways Are Less Busy and Less Safe

"O R news. Well, some writers are not returning to the subway, and it has nothing to do with the pandemic and empty a study found that people feel less safe. Because of crime and harassment than they did just six months ago. 72% of writers say they're very concerned about the safety of their commute. It comes as shootings have spiked in the city this year, and Mayor de Blasio is now promising to bring those numbers down. A 12 year old boy, one of the latest shooting victims hit with a bullet over the weekend on a Brooklyn street. Shootings up 57% the first three months of the year compared to the same timeframe. Last year. The mayor once again pressed by reporters on what the city is doing about the surgeon shootings, We're gonna fight it back with a lot of gun arrests, which is exactly what you're seeing. We will turn the tide. De Blasio again blamed the pandemic for the surgeon, gun violence, getting the court system going getting the economy going again. Getting kids back in school in large numbers in September. All of these

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These Broadway Shows Are Selling Tickets for September Return

News, Traffic and Weather

00:31 sec | 7 months ago

These Broadway Shows Are Selling Tickets for September Return

"Is still shut down, but some shows have tickets on sale for early September. Scott Pringle reports. There's no set date for the return of Broadway. However, the musical's jagged little pill ain't too proud and life and times of the temptations all showed ticket sales starting September 7th the musical Chicago even as an August 2nd tickets sell date, Mayor de Blasio in the city's top doctors have expressed optimism for the industry returning in the early fall. Not currently profitable for Broadway theaters to reopen under current covert capacity rules.

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New York City Public Beaches To Open Starting Memorial Day Weekend

First Morning News

00:35 sec | 7 months ago

New York City Public Beaches To Open Starting Memorial Day Weekend

"Some good news here in the city, they'll Maeda Blasio says beaches and pools will open on time. Mayor De Blasio's says beaches will open to the public Memorial Day weekend in the pools will open on Saturday, June 26th. The day after the last day of school. Last year, we had to delay the openings with public beaches. We had to limit the number of outdoor public pools this year. We get to do what is great for the families of the city. The kids of this city and Bossio says Covert related protocols from last summer will remain in place of the pools and beaches. But those rules Could possibly be loosened in the

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De Blasio Plans To Open All New York City Public Beaches Starting Memorial Day Weekend

The Other Side of Midnight

00:30 sec | 7 months ago

De Blasio Plans To Open All New York City Public Beaches Starting Memorial Day Weekend

"Everybody in the water. Mayor de Blasio says beaches will open to the public Memorial Day weekend and pools will open on Saturday. June 26. It's outdoors. It's exactly what we want people to be. It's a great way for the family's New York City to spend their summer We're gonna do it the right way, Which means yes, there will be health and safety measures in place. Last year, the city delayed public beach openings and only had a limited number of pools open. De Blasio says Covert related rules could possibly be

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New York City Public Beaches To Open Starting Memorial Day Weekend

The Joe Piscopo Morning

00:20 sec | 7 months ago

New York City Public Beaches To Open Starting Memorial Day Weekend

"City pools and beaches will be open on time this year. Mayor de Blasio says beaches will be open to the public Memorial Day weekend and pools will open on Saturday, June 26th the day after the last day of school, DiBlasio says covert related rules from last summer will remain in place, but rules could possibly be loosened in the summer. York City has 14 miles of public beaches

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Mayor Bill de Blasio offers clarity on marijuana use in New York City

WBZ Afternoon News

00:34 sec | 7 months ago

Mayor Bill de Blasio offers clarity on marijuana use in New York City

"Since the legalization of recreational marijuana in New York Mayor De Blasio's says there's a real concern for a lot of people about the strong smell of pot. The mayor says the city has strong cigarette laws that also relate to marijuana. Every place Where you're prohibited from smoking cigarettes are also prohibited from smoking marijuana, de Blasio says. It's about educating people about the new reality of marijuana and doing the right kind of enforcement, he adds. It's going to take time, and it will also be an adjustment. Lisa G. NEW York With more vaccine going out, Americans are showing they're

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New York City Doing Away With 2-Case Rule For School Closures

WBZ Afternoon News

00:42 sec | 7 months ago

New York City Doing Away With 2-Case Rule For School Closures

"Is changing coronavirus related rules to make it easier for schools to stay open here. Scott Pringle Mayor De Blasio says the rule were a school automatically shuts after two unrelated coronavirus cases is being tossed. Ah lot of parents have said to us The two case rule obviously has led to an extraordinary number of closures. We know that Any other standard will lead to a lot fewer closures. He says. That new standard will be announced in the coming days as he discusses what to put in place with school staff unions now because the two case rule is being scrapped, the mayor is extending the opt in window students doing all remote learning will now have until Friday to decide whether to come back to the classroom. Scott

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"mayor de blasio" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

01:52 min | 9 months ago

"mayor de blasio" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Today, Mayor de Blasio has released numbers showing that White New Yorkers are getting the Corona virus vaccine at about three times the rate of black or Latino New Yorkers. Dr. Cristina Pardo is the director of health equity for obstetrics and gynecology at SUNY Downstate. She does community outreach work in central Brooklyn and says she hears regular concerns about how quickly the vaccine was approved. I have heard that from people of all educational, professional background. She says many of the people she interact with in black communities have a deep mistrust of the health system and with government institutions in general. The city says it's broadening the number of vulnerable communities where the task force will work to increase vaccination rates. Bite administration is expected to release new guidance today on deportation priorities for immigration and Customs enforcement. W N. Y. C is Beth Fertig reports, Local immigration advocates are already making plants. Guidance. 100 Day moratorium on removals was temporarily blocked by a chord in Texas. But I skin still follow the president's order to use discretion, according to Mauricio, Narrow, Nia, a teaching fellow at Cardozo Law, Schools, Immigration Justice Clinic, He says ice can revoke an immigrant's deportation order if they're not suspected of terrorism or considered a danger as officers are directed to exercise their discretion favorably, based on His priority categories. The Cardozo Law Clinic and other local immigration lawyers say they'll ask guys to release certain clients from detention and cancel their deportation orders once they see the new guidelines. Alternate side. Parking is suspended through tomorrow due to snow operations. Parking meters remain in effect All of New Jersey transit, rail bus, light rail and Access links service will be suspended today due to the snow storm. The Long Island Railroad.

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"mayor de blasio" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:46 min | 10 months ago

"mayor de blasio" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Why not clear your head and hit the ice? Wolman rink was packed by lots of people who haven't read the fine print the Trump Organization. Woman is one of two drinks at the carousel in central Park that are owned by the city but operated by the Trump Organization. In fact, it's a point of pride for the president and back in 1986. He refurbished and reopened this city jewels, but any goodwill over that has all melted away goodbye to the Trump Organization. Mayor De Blasio announced the city will terminate its contract with the Trump Organization and marriage. Blasio's saying the city is acting under a clause that allows the termination of contracts. In the event of criminal activity. It's now 5 52, Virginia police officers among those now under arrest for last week's attack at the Capitol, also the man seen in a viral video wearing a camp Auschwitz shirt. Now in custody as well. The end of it era for the U. S attorney in Massachusetts WBC's Karen Regal, Looking forward and back with Andrew Lewellen at an unrelated news conference. I asked us Attorney Andrew Lulling about his future. Are you asking is the Biden administration and fireman to be blunt? Yeah, I will be leaving this position. I'm job hunting. Now New administration comes in the president is entitled to his own appointees to his own people. I asked Lilly what he's proudest of during his stint as U. S attorney from Massachusetts, you can probably guess of the college admissions case is rare. They the opportunity to do a case that has national impact. Everyone's heard of it. You've really moved the needle with a particular industry, and it'll have some lasting effect. I feel like we've done some lasting good With that case, Lily would not speculate on the future run for office. Karen Regal WBZ Boston's news radio. It has been one of the names Many are speculating as a potential run for governor in the next year in this 5 51 on this Thursday morning, checking.

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"mayor de blasio" Discussed on KTTH 770AM

KTTH 770AM

01:35 min | 11 months ago

"mayor de blasio" Discussed on KTTH 770AM

"I did see it, and some people are suggesting the reason that the tree they picked or is because it is a deterrent, so people don't go crowd around it simple they want. They want to make it ugly. They're like, Yeah, we're gonna pass this year. Let's not get into big groups of people and go sing carols because we shouldn't be gathering. We shouldn't be singing in the trees ugly anyway. What is it possible that the big that's a big draw? You know, people drive in. Let's go see the tree and it's outdoors. So people make feel safe doing that. Maybe this is their way of saying Don't don't come here. Maybe if they want to really deter people. They could just have like big Jumbotrons on either side of the tree with constant loop of speeches from Mayor de Blasio and Governor Cuomo that might scare people off. You said this tree reminds you this remind you of Bobby, your husband based on an incident recently. So during like the height of quarantine, where you know the hair places were closed while most people couldn't get a haircut. Besides Pelosi, I gave Bobby a haircut where it which included, you know, some sort of snipping at the time. Up in some training with a buzzer and they end up looking like this tree. He ended up looking like this trees, So he sent this out to a group. We have a group chat, and he sent this out to them and be like is Christine gave the trimming of the Christmas tree in 2020. I still can't believe he let you do that. I mean, Bobby, Dude, you know what you're dealing with. And with that we are done and out of time. Another best of episode tomorrow. Here on the program. Thank.

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"mayor de blasio" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

News Talk 1130 WISN

01:55 min | 1 year ago

"mayor de blasio" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

"A year and a half ago, I began working on a podcast with George Cinq Egland and Gil. Fights on the whole thing fell apart about halfway through when they had a falling out and abandon the project. Also, they never paid me for any of the work. I did and said it was quote my fault for trusting them, just like their dumb daughters. But then, a few days ago, I received a Xerox copy of a fax asking me to read the following statement. Oh, Hello. It's George and Gil your favorite guys in the world and also New York, which is an awesome city, but not as good as it used to be. Because of Mayor de Blasio and the Knicks, who stink way are in mandatory self quarantine right now, But we think that what the world needs is a podcast from us, George and Gil Colon. The bad boys of broadcast. It's time we finish in air. This podcast. The very fact that we have content banked means we are miles ahead of the competition. Even a half finished podcast that almost ruined our friendship is more than you done says have out there and nobody ville. We're going to win the quarantine. One less thing. You're welcome. End of statement. This is Oh, hello the podcast. Listen and follow this podcast for free on the I heart radio at number one for music, radio and podcasts, all in one I. Heart radio goes one on one with Luke Bryan to talk about pushing through hard times. You know, I meet a lot of people that are going through ups and downs, and I just want people happy. You know, when you see people that are there in this world where they're in a vicious cycle off kind of despair all the time and you talk to him, and there's always these moments of drama. It almost becomes a habit. Of being kind of discombobulated. You know, I want people to wake up in the morning trying to get back to be unhappy and what makes you smile and what gets you through this tough life, And it's okay to buy magic..

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"mayor de blasio" Discussed on 790 KABC

790 KABC

01:41 min | 1 year ago

"mayor de blasio" Discussed on 790 KABC

"I'll be indoors and, of course, Governor Cuomo and Mayor De Blasio, who a marriageable also has defined in confidence for mayor of New York, and that's saying something If you look past over and back over the past 150 years They are notable enemies of each other. So no doubt this is Governor Cuomo also tweaking Mayor Deblasio. And by the way, John just real fast. I double check my double check the button. The recommendation 200 international units. I you for folks under the age of 50. And over the age of 50 actually up to 400. It's national you today, folks, So just making sure you got that right? When you have your indoor Dina, you can have your vitamin D supplements along with it. Right after your Ah, your appetizer doctor Nan Hayworth. Thank you so much for joining us. Always a pleasure. We'll chat again tomorrow. Wonderful. Can't wait. Thanks, John. One more hour. Coming up on the John Phillip Show Talk Radio 7 90 K A. B. C In the fight against the Corona virus pandemic. The best weapon is knowledge kept account on 7 90, ABC for the latest news and come and candid analysis hanging in there. We're gonna get through this thing. There will be an end to it. By the way, this is not going to last for at ABC, Los Angeles, Orange County and Klos HD to Los Angeles. Great ABC News at two o'clock I'm Kevin Trap in Orange County Sheriff's.

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"mayor de blasio" Discussed on 600 WREC

600 WREC

01:35 min | 1 year ago

"mayor de blasio" Discussed on 600 WREC

"C cinema podcast Producer. A year and a half ago, I began working on a podcast with George Think Egland and Gil. Fights on the whole thing fell apart about halfway through when they had a falling out and abandon the project. Also, they never paid me for any of the work. I did and said it was quote my fault for trusting them just like their dumb daughters. But then, a few days ago, I received a Xerox copy of a fax asking me to read the following statement. Oh, Hello. It's George and Gil your favorite guys in the world and also New York, which is an awesome city, but not as good as it used to be. Because of Mayor de Blasio and the Knicks, who stink way are in mandatory self quarantine right now, But we think that what the world needs is a podcast from us, George and Gil Colon. The bad boys of broadcast. It's time we finish in air. This podcast. The very fact that we have content banked means we are miles ahead of the competition. Even a half finished podcast that almost ruined our friendship is more than you dunces have out there in nobody, Ville. We're gonna win the quarantine. One less thing. You're welcome. End of statement. This is Oh, hello the podcast. Listen and follow this podcast for free on the I heart radio at number one for music, radio parity and update from the state school superintendent in the news of one these radio 1055. We are C Welcome back Rush Limbaugh. We're going to get back to the phones here. Just second. Things keep happening that if I don't share them with you all feel bad that I'm not keeping you.

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"mayor de blasio" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

01:37 min | 1 year ago

"mayor de blasio" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"My name is Lena Mus C C Cinema podcast producer. A year and a half ago, I began working on a podcast with George Cinq Egland and guilt flies on the whole thing fell apart about halfway through when they had a falling out and abandon the project. Also, they never paid me for any of the work. I did and said it was quote my fault for trusting them, just like their dumb daughters. But then, a few days ago, I received a Xerox copy of a fax asking me to read the following statement. Oh, Hello. It's George and Gil your favorite guys in the world and also New York, which is an awesome city, but not as good as it used to be. Because of Mayor de Blasio and the Knicks distinct way are in mandatory self quarantine right now, But we think that what the world needs is a podcast from us. George and Gil Colin. The bad boys of broadcast. It's time we finish in air. This podcast. The very fact that we have content banked means we are miles ahead of the competition. Even a half finished podcast that almost ruined our friendship is more than you done says have out there and nobody ville. We're going to win the quarantine. One less thing. You're welcome. End of statement this Portland shooting suspect killed Mom Jack Police chief Calvin Williams, one of the finest tonight in the line of duty way, still have an ongoing investigation. We're still looking for a suspect or suspects. In this case, the officer's car seeing crashed into a playground on the city's west side. The second.

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"mayor de blasio" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

News Talk 1130 WISN

02:20 min | 1 year ago

"mayor de blasio" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

"A year and a half ago, I began working on a podcast with George Cinq Egland and Gil. Fights on the whole thing fell apart about halfway through when they had a falling out and abandon the project. Also, they never paid me for any of the work. I did and said it was quote my fault for trusting them, just like their dumb daughters. But then, a few days ago, I received a Xerox copy of a fax asking me to read the following statement. Oh, Hello. It's George and Gil your favorite guys in the world and also New York, which is an awesome city, but not as good as it used to be. Because of Mayor de Blasio and the Knicks, who stink way are in mandatory self quarantine right now, But we think that what the world needs is a podcast from us. George and Gil Colin. The bad boys of broadcast. It's time we finish in air. This podcast. The very fact that we have content banked means we are miles ahead of the competition. Even a half finished podcast that almost ruined our friendship is more than you dunces have out there and nobody ville. We're going to win the quarantine. One last thing you're welcome. End of statement. This is Oh, hello the podcast. Listen and follow this podcast for free on the I heart radio at number one for music, radio and podcasts Fall in one. This's house call for health. Remember that cold you had back in 2015? Probably not. But that called might just be your secret weapon against the Corona virus. A new study looked at blood samples collected between 2015 and 2018. Long before the Corona virus hit. It found a type of white blood cell known as Cells that respond when exposed to the virus. Researchers say. These T cells are created when people fight off a common cold, which is caused by a different, milder form of the Corona virus. They say. T cells have long memories already not to fight the virus and encourage your body to churn out antibodies to knock down Cove in 19, the lead researcher says Having these T cells doesn't mean you're immune from Cove it, but it could explain why some people develop only mild symptoms while others get seriously ill. The study He is published in the journal Nature. For more in the Corona virus, go to fox news, health dot com. HOUSE call for HELP ON Million UOU FOX News. I'm actually Working with Bob. Celebrity profile entree BUYERS. The Empire Star leads the 24th based.

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"mayor de blasio" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

01:57 min | 1 year ago

"mayor de blasio" Discussed on 710 WOR

"Mayor de Blasio calling it a warning light, but not Quite sure why there's an uptick in Sunset Park. We're going to be out there intensely to get that answer quickly time. Scott Pringle double the New York City School officials are calling on Mayor de Blasio to delay the start of in person learning because of Corona virus concerns. A union representing principals and administrators sent a letter to the mayor in schools Chancellor's today. Saying they have many concerns and the time is running out. They feel schools won't be ready with all safety guidance in time that the start of the academic year in the fall the union hopes the start of in person learning Khun be phased in and delayed until at least the end of September. Another New York landmark is being lost to the pandemic. Mohr from Lisa G. The fame that Sherman tobacconist on 42nd and fifth happen, You will be closing its doors on September 25th. The store, which sells specialty cigars and cigarettes, has been in business for 90 years, and over the decades, Humphrey Bogart and John Wayne were known to be fans, the brand's owner tells The Wall Street Journal Midtown is empty, and so is the store. I'm Lisa G. W. R News president Trump giving a wide ranging briefing from the White House today. During which he was asked press questions. The comment on his recent charging and changing of new income housing requirements for many suburbs, the president said, As far as low income requirements go, the people who have worked hard to be in those suburbs should not have their quality of life disrupted by the problem that low income housing tends to bring forth all their lives to be there, And then all of a sudden they have something happened. It changes their life and changes what they fought for. For so many years. Critics of the president's abolishing of the low income housing requirements are slamming them is racist and promoting of segregation. California Senator Kamala Harris says she's ready to get to work. And Joe I'm so proud to stand with you and I do so mindful. Of all the heroic and.

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"mayor de blasio" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

02:06 min | 1 year ago

"mayor de blasio" Discussed on 710 WOR

"Mayor De Blasio admits It's hard to enforce the 14 day out of state quarantine. We're not going to be in everyone's apartment monitoring them. But, he adds, the checkpoints will be A reminder of the rules. We've got to be aggressive about getting the word out. We've got to make clear to people. There are consequences. I'm Scott Pringle, double the org The presumptive Democratic presidential nominee, says he wants to give police more money. Joe Biden made the comments during a virtual fundraiser and explain that he does not want to defund police departments. There have been some calling for that after the death of George Floyd in Minnesota, despite summer re openings, New York state's restaurants and accommodations industry continues to real from the pandemic. Liz Warner reports New York State's Labor Department is reporting more than 3.2 million first time unemployment claims in the 19 weeks since mid March. A Yusa Today network New York report breaks down the industry damaged by sector and it shows, restaurants and accommodations, taking a not surprising beating due to the virus. Despite customers best efforts to order take out 523,000 jobs. 2/3 of the workforce were erased statewide, compared to April a year ago. That's an estimated $16 billion in lost annual wages. Liz Warner Wooo Warn you, the president's campaign is allowed to tweet. Once again. The account had been restricted because of AH video it shared about Children and the Corona virus. Facebook also took action. Removing the video from their platform. The social APP Tic Tac is under fire on several fronts. Instagram is launching its own tic tac like app called instagram reels. President. Trump also wants it banned, and Microsoft tries to buy it in a fire sale. Microsoft gains the important consumer market again those younger consumers in taking over the APP, but they're not taking over at least as of now, the entire app they're taking over the U. S. Canadian, Australian and New Zealand portion And we've yet to see a social media app that's defined by geography. If you think about Facebook or Instagram or Twitter, these air all multinational There's there are countries that we've just decided are no longer on the platforms. ABC chief.

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"mayor de blasio" Discussed on KTOK

KTOK

04:16 min | 1 year ago

"mayor de blasio" Discussed on KTOK

"Since the killing of George Floyd in Minneapolis on May 25th country is witness anti police protests in more than 100 cities. The destruction is the worst scene since the civil unrest of the Vietnam War, Eric In New York City crime. Now out of control shootings, up 277% compared to 2019. Homicide spiking 30% riots in early June demolish more than 100 businesses. In the city, creating more than $25 million in damage. 300 police officers were injured in the chaos. The district attorney in New York, Cyrus Vance, refusing to charge most of those arrested, including Mayor de Blasio, CEO's daughter. This is a dereliction of duty by Mr Vance. Go to Portland, Oregon, now in its eighth week of daily protests, demonstrators. They're targeting local police precincts and federal property. The cities far left mayor refusing any help from the Trump administration, saying the situation is under control, which it is not Just last night, The protesters turned on Wheeler threw things at him cursed him. One Oregon congressman. Is this the rioters and quote some people who have strong feelings. Yeah, and like to set fires some of them and will hurt you, some of them in Chicago. Gun violence setting new records Least 411 people have been killed so far this year. Mayor Lightfoot criticizing the president, insisting he has no real interest in helping the windy city even though the Department of Homeland Security is deploying 150 agents. Help stop the murders and shootings in Chicago. I believe Ms Mayer. That's help. Is it not? In total 20,000 people at least have been arrested since June 1st in 50 states. More than 500 businesses destroyed in New York, Chicago, Portland, Seattle, L, A and other cities. Economists estimate the price tag tens of billions despite the violence, American corporations like Google Facebook, Apple WalMart Target Nike, McDonald's all are bending a knee to the protests. It's pandering, pure and simple and the media cheering them on. Boaters must remember all of this. Come November. In a moment. Want clean air unless heat it'll cost you. Right back with that many of us are worried about for one K's and retirement savings, everything we've worked very hard for they could evaporate. With all the fake news and uncertainty, we are left wondering where to turn for fact based advice about our investments. It is very important to have an independent expert working to preserve and grow your savings, especially in today's economy. So please meet Silicon Valley Angel Investor in five G expert Jeff Brown of Brownstone Research, whose only obligation is to you. He has created a newsletter called the Near Future Report, where he shares his analysis on where the stock market is going and went. Which stocks are poised to rise and fall and a new way to profit from the exploding tech market. His track record is amazing. So please go to bill five g dot com. Let Jeff help you preserve and grow your wealth. Bill five g dot com You will thank me stuck in an expensive times your contract and feel like there's no way out. I'm almost a $10,000 in four years I've never traveled. Any fentanyl is a synthetic drug. You cannot see taste or smell. Yet so powerful. Just a small amount can be deadly. Fentanyl is being mixed into drugs like heroin and cocaine, and most people don't even know it. It's killing Marylanders at an alarming rate, knowing what to.

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"mayor de blasio" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

01:38 min | 1 year ago

"mayor de blasio" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"Mayor De Blasio approved murals in each of the city's five boroughs, but he delayed plans yesterday for one on Fifth Avenue in front of President Trump's flagship skyscraper. We have a crash on the one, the one in Toluca Lake that South found side coming up on Cold Water Canyon is where a wreck has just been cleared off to the shoulder traffic. It's still there, but it's only heavy now away from Coldwater Canyon towards the 1 71 34 splits. Turned out to Coupland with Mike O'Brien KF Eye in the sky. Sponsored by injury. Attorney Superwoman super lawyer dot com for a uphill battle here on the tent. Now it's the 10 East badges Little past Euclid. Multiple lanes blocked on that accident. Very, very tough. Coming out of Montclair Looks like back through manifesto building. A bit of Claire bought area. Be on this, though not too bad all the way into rebel. Now, if you're considering going up to the mountains towards big bear, maybe. Well, you've gotta closure to deal with. I weigh 3 30 closed between Highland Avenue out of Highland and the running springs area. Got a brush fire along that route. Firefighters working. Maybe have the road clear for the equipment. So if you're heading up to the mountains You gotta go out the back way through Red Lights and Mentone and used the 38 up the back way injured in an accident. Visit. Superwoman super lawyer dot com. Mike O'Brien Payoff eye in the sky. Hey, if I in the sky helps get you there faster. I'm Angel Martinez, Honey, There are lots of new mortgage company's advertising on TV and radio. Are they for real? Who knows? But we certainly don't want to be their guinea pigs while they learned the business. Yeah, This isn't our first reef I rodeo and will only consider a company who absolutely.

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"mayor de blasio" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

07:12 min | 1 year ago

"mayor de blasio" Discussed on 710 WOR

"Is the number mayor de Blasio warning that others may be furloughs the city in such a budget crunch they may also cut services so we just warning everybody you know this luxury concierge service you've been getting from the city may start to slip a little anywhere this does take some calls go to Jack and Boston Hey Jack how you doing mark hello now holding a lawyer Joe very you know general Flynn's ordeal and the president's ordeal of course all fake news but this is a bigger a bigger story I got as you enjoy something do you guys get sick in the stomach whatever you hear the Democrats all the fake news media talking about I'm not talking about general Flynn and not talking about the Russian hoax because this was an attempted coup welcome to New York and I'll buy you enjoy the best of the best first route you choose it by Obama put in caps because since its coal jobs in South Carolina welcome back I love you Jack but I don't know that I want to sit through a whole yeah I can talk about the crew for the holding area well he was what you're gonna see in Blaine hand counts I don't think I should go to South Carolina because Joe says he'd love to have dinner with you act so we can try and find me well yeah that was that the general Flynn situation is so ridiculous and I love the way there's nobody dirty or slow easier than Adam Schiff and Jerry that I love the way they both chimed in yesterday this is a S. carriage of justice and William Barr's corrupt wait'll you see the documents that are coming out not so much now because that was totally irrelevant I put I was tweeting about yes they want to hash tag a Jerry Nadler apparently there's no hash tag there is already a hashtag so but forget him but Schiff is in real trouble there are documents coming and stuff coming out there's gonna be a document dump on him it might be later today that's going to take him down he is going to probably have to leave that committee and more could happen to him but this is just the beginning with Durham report is coming I know they always say everybody's good and died and it never happens hopefully it will but even if for some reason they still don't indict these guys all the facts and figures and documents are coming out on this whole bunch on call me all the dirty cops Colby Straka page McCabe bug clapper and Brennan will be tied into this and you'll see that the president Obama I don't know if you ordered or organized to be you'll see that he was being kept in the loop on it so all of this is coming out lots of documents coming let's go to al in the Morristown New Jersey et al yeah yeah we got a call to be held criminally responsible to have the best of the court that put in the code of Irish people into the nursing homes and also governor Pataki is calling for a federal investigation of the situation yeah it's a dual sim there clearly was a dumb order from governor Cuomo it's not a crime I'm sure it was just complete stupidity lack of after planning and good management it was idiotic he'll pretend that it wasn't him and he is you know you just remember that corruption in Albany we now started forming a commission I'll investigate this the Moreland commission sues a certified if you close the right down so this is a this is a terrible situation he his administration ordered the nursing homes to take corona virus patients in ridiculous he had an empty Javits center with three thousand empty beds he had the comfort get plenty of places he could put these people but instead he ordered the nursing homes to take him they are in no way equipped to control infection it's spread to the nursing homes and killed thirty five hundred senior citizens he you watch the a briefing acts like he's just hearing about this go back and look at his March order ordering the nursing homes to do it his name is right at the top of the order his name's right there on the page and the health commissioner so he's fully responsible you'll pretend it's not him but the problem is there could be a federal investigation of it George Pataki will be all over does nothing criminal on the part of income but it was just bad management and stupidity hopefully nothing like that will happen again let's go to robin White Plains Hey rob how you doing how are you good long time listener love your show usually we with you actually I agree with you a hundred percent of the time except for yesterday what happened you were you were touting Andrew Cuomo as being such a great orator and speaker and he should be the next nominee Wayne is the media kind of press him on him crying about the budget and how new Yorkers broke what do you got a seven billion dollar budget he's a horrible governor if you start to look at his record he was sort of what I was saying was if you're the Democratic Party if you the Democrats he is the most red hot guy in the world right now for Democrats is the best or true they got nobody is hotter right now the democratic world than him why would you make Menomonie the great maplestory no but don't tell them they don't know that his act doesn't play in the middle of America but exactly that system column that anyway thanks for Colin rob yeah I mean listen if you got a guy if you're the baseball manager at the bottom of the ninth and they got one out left and you got two guys on the bench and one is batting a thousand in this red hot and the others in the slump we gonna send up to the plate Cuomo is red hot right now he's the best talker the Democrats have I think the Democrats you used to hear them he does these rambling briefings with a doesn't give you any actual content is just rambling and personality and the Democrats heated up they love it you got that well you got a disease old man in the basement doesn't know where he is who you gonna run will you send up the plate right now it's got to be Cuomo when we come back how we Kerr will be with us we'll talk to him in just a moment to see what he thinks about all this on seven ten W. O. R. let's get the latest news here's Joe Bartlett okay Marc Maeda blood hisses capacity at the Hudson River park is now going to be limited to prevent overcrowding the NYPD gonna step up its presence to with the domino park in Brooklyn mayor says going to go on the offensive against corona virus he's launching a test and trace court is going to focus on preventing infection governor Murphy says he'd be shocked at the beaches in New Jersey we're not open for Memorial Day but he says social distancing guidelines will have to be followed and that would be a limit on capacity and Connecticut governor Ned Lamont offering more details today about the state's plan to re open it is on target to restart the economy may twenty twenty eight point five million Americans lost their job in April as the outbreak took a devastating toll on the economy the unemployment rate has jumped to fourteen point seven percent next updated eleven breaking news at one start your day with Len Berman and Michael Riedel in the morning six to ten on Monday I'm Joe Bartlett on.

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"mayor de blasio" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

13:41 min | 1 year ago

"mayor de blasio" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"About today in our weekly ask the mayor segment with mayor de Blasio because of his changing corona virus schedule he's gonna have to be doing that in the second hour of the show instead of the first so those of you who've been used to hearing asked the mayor ten o'clock on Fridays it's now going to be around eleven o'clock on Friday so in about twenty five minutes it was ten thirty eight right now we see there's a estimated eleven Cole five start time from his end today so S. the mayor now in the second hour of the show on Fridays and among our guests next week we're going to have governor Phil Murphy coming on to answer your questions about what's going on with crime the virus in the garden state Phil Murphy and more next week on the Brian Lehrer show W. NYC independent journalism in the public interest ninety three point nine FM and AM eight twenty NPR news and The New York conversation Brian Lehrer on WNYC we've been talking this week about the jobs you've lost whether you're getting federal assistance of stimulus check unemployment a loan from the government or nothing at all it's hard for all of you who have lost work we see you we hear you we help we've also been talking every day about essential workers people are who are still on the front lines working the sort of socio economic draft that put some people on the front lines and not others and whether they can receive more pay hazard pay or whatever you wanna call it and more protections we talked this week to the head of MoveOn dot org about an essential workers bill of rights now we want to talk about a specific segment of the work force that maybe falls in both categories the working and the laid off domestic workers some of you are still working considered essential if you're a home health aide or if you're taking care of kids whose parents need to go out to work and some others of you have lost your jobs nannies household cleaners we see you what unifies your situation working on not is that many domestic workers lack basic worker protections on the job and lack eligibility for basic benefits when you lose your job all of that making the scary time even scarier the vast majority of domestic workers don't receive sick days or health care from their employers individuals in their homes right and that's if they're working if they've been laid off due to corona virus many don't even qualify for any federal stimulus money sometimes because they're not U. S. citizens or here in status or for other reasons too the show listeners we're inviting you to call in now if you are a domestic worker or if you employ one or just laid off one who's been working in your home do you or were you working as a nanny a house cleaner a care worker of any kind in someone else's home give us a call and tell us your story and what you need six four six four three five seventy to eighty is the phone number six four six four three five seventy to eighty were you fired as a result of covered nineteen are you able to receive unemployment or money from the federal stimulus or were you cut out because of your immigration status or for other reasons six four six four three five seventy to eighty and maybe you are the employer or maybe just the just past employer of a domestic worker in any house cleaner whoever did you have to let that person go and how difficult was that conversation and how difficult are your choices maybe you should be giving them severance pay you should in my opinion as an individual of some kind if you can possibly afford so it's sometimes not feasible to keep paying someone if you lost your job yourself we get it but were you able to give them some wages for a bit of severance or how else did you serve our call in if you are a domestic worker or you had to let one go due to the pandemic six four six four three five seventy to eighty six four six four three five seventy to eighty and joining us as your calls are coming in is forgive me I've lost my reference to the guests are there we go I apologize as you because you're coming in we have Hey young soon senior director of policy at the national domestic workers alliance to try to address the fact that people are getting laid off and I don't know what to do with the national domestic workers alliance is for one thing raising money to support domestic workers who've lost their jobs Hey you're welcome to W. NYC today thank you very much for coming on thank you for having me can you clarify what domestic work is considered essential right now so yes domestic workers are providing essential work to keep our families and communities state conduct moment as you said earlier not that domestic workers only say domestic workers were talking about nannies house cleaners and home care workers and we know given in this pendant makes their working situation is very different so for nannies and house cleaners at shelters in place shelter in place orders went into effect there they lost their jobs and unemployment was very sudden and devastating some house cleaners got text messages saying don't come to work because of current affairs at the same time we are we know that we're hearing from home care workers across the country that overwhelming number of home care workers are still going to work to care for elderly people with chronic illnesses and so they are essential workers in that they cannot be hello working from home right now some ninety workers can and that they must still go to really care for the ones who are in need of their care so their sexual in so many different ways thanks regards Lee because they're not able to work from home and that there ought to have to go out and provide the care really at the frontline of responding to the current virus pandemic to ensure that all families and communities are N. I think we need to put right up front here the demographics of domestic work from what I've seen more than ninety percent women and disproportionately women of color many immigrants and disproportionately undocumented so can you talk a little bit more about the demographics and what that means in terms of the required response yes as you said that domestic work historically and currently across the country but also in New York City and New York state are largely women women of color vast majority of them are immigrant workers and a significant percent are undocumented immigrant workers who are working every day and growing our economy as we know it alas relief package called cares the centerpiece of bad relief package worth cash payment to provide immediate cash needs could those who are in need many working families across the country just like domestic workers lost their jobs but to me and we're experiencing is there are no jobs or under employee and that cash payment was providing twelve hundred dollars per person additional five hundred dollars per child all working families Congress when they passed that legislation intentionally harmed out many tax paying immigrants working families by requiring up putting two requirements one is that they have to be paying taxes in your twenty eighteen and twenty nineteen in addition requiring social security number of the practical effect of that is many undocumented immigrants but also next out of family meaning there somebody in that household who is a US citizen or legal per a green card holder we're going hard out of getting that actually need to cash in our system because it required a social security number let's take a phone call marsia in the Bronx you're on W. NYC hi marsia hi I'm intrusions I prepaid my hair cut I realized that the woman who does my because my daughter is a small business owner but very very much works on the on the edge and so I just sent her the money for whenever my next your credit so that she has the money now and I also employs somebody who comes into my apartment twice a month to clean this is a single woman who's raising children so I I continue to pay her marsia thank you very much and I think we have another story like that have a ara in Bergen county around W. M. I. C. hi are hi yes are you gaining lady who came to my house twice a month for about ten years but what I'm doing now I'm begging her sixty percent of Christianity but she doesn't have to constantly that I'm willing to go the four lines for for about a year or so that's that's a good long time of year to give her sixty percent of her salary I wonder and my guess is Hey young Yun senior director of policy at the national domestic workers alliance does the alliance have a recommended standard for people who've been employing house cleaners or nannies who they suddenly had to lay off due to a coronavirus concerns yes we would I disagree there's no mandate by the government because as you were saying that domestic workers are low wage workers without a safety net without job security and without peace or not eligible for paid sick days and paid leave in nineteen thirty and countries across the country so what we would encourage employers to do is continue to pay the workers through this pandemic right I think that is our gold standard because I think we all know that we will have we will at some point you to get out of this on target unprecedented public health and economic crisis and have to be on the path to economic recovery and I think paying domestic workers as well as other low wage workers their salaries and wages will make that recovery that much easier now listeners we're gonna clear a few lines because you know what's happening Hey young all the good hearted employees of the world are calling up to show that they don't like the previous two callers continuing to pay they're laid off domestic workers to varying degrees there may only be ten of these people in the country who are actually doing that but they're all calling the show right now so since we don't want to have the same story over and over again we're gonna we're gonna clear a few lines so listeners who are on hold please don't be insulted if we bump some of you because we want to get some domestic workers voices in here too so if you are a nanny if you are someone who's been cleaning other people's houses or your home health aide doing any kind of domestic work call up and talk about how your adjusting what has happened with you and what you think policy should be with respect to domestic workers who suddenly lost your incomes domestic workers six four six four three five seventy to eighty six four six four three five seventy to eighty now this week California governor Gavin Newsom made news when he said he's giving undocumented workers no matter what kind of work they were doing five hundred dollars because they were cut out of the federal stimulus package and in a press conference yesterday in New York the news organization the city there reporter Josefa Velasquez S. governor Cuomo if he would do the same here's how Cuomo responded when you are broke it would be irresponsible to do these things I do I hope and believe the federal government I should have a more inclusive policy by listing that there is no charge what we're looking at it but we have real financial problems right now.

mayor de Blasio
"mayor de blasio" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

07:30 min | 1 year ago

"mayor de blasio" Discussed on 710 WOR

"Virus and mayor de Blasio warns more tough times are ahead every time I've heard any projection it's going to be over soon don't worry about I always say no that's not the truth and it's a danger to tell people something's gonna be easier than it really will be so I'm telling you all will be tough but it'll be something that we will fight through and we will survive deblasio says the outbreak could continue through April and into may governor Cuomo says the apex is still two to three weeks away have been behind it from day one since I've got here and we've been playing catch up you don't win playing catch up we have to get ahead of it president trump offered a sobering message from the White House he says the next few weeks I'm not going to be easy one every American to be prepared for the hard days that lie ahead we're going to go to a very tough two weeks then hopefully as the experts are predicting as I think a lot of us are predicting after having studied it so hard to start seeing some real light at the end of the tunnel but this is going to be a very painful very very painful two weeks the death toll around the nation has climbed above four thousand and White House officials yesterday said as many as one hundred to two hundred and forty thousand people may eventually die from corona virus well now the blame game is underway the president says one of the reasons why the outbreak is so severe in New York is that governor Cuomo was late to react we should get going a little bit sooner but we give a lot of ventilators and you know what he has a lot of ventilators the problem is with some people no matter what you give whatever enough Cuomo says he did not get off to a late start the federal government was absent when they were needed the crisis now causing a shortage of supplies in a strain on hospitals with doctors now warning the system could be about to collapse emergency room at Brookdale hospital in Brooklyn is crammed we have long been out of space for patients in emergency departments lately Dr Dorian Alexander said more patients are showing up critically ill patients who on the very last breath ventilators and oxygen are running low we would always wonder as clinicians how we going to make it the next day but we've been making it day after day after day the city is preparing more beds for the unyielding load of patients Erin cutters he ABC news New York the outbreak also now taking a toll on police fire and EMT is more than five thousand NYPD officers around sick including twelve hundred tested positive for coronavirus EMTs also responding to a record number of calls with some of the M. S. workers and they tell us that more than twenty percent of their ceasefire department staff here in New York City is out sick right now either confirmed positive cove in nineteen cases or with symptoms that are similar to cove in nineteen cases and they haven't been tested and this is in large part because multiple times a day they are interacting with people who think they have code nineteen or who know they have cove in nineteen I need to go back to the hospital this correspondent eva pilgrim outbreak also continues to impact students surrounding York it looks like the online learning is going to continue over the spring break executive order from governor Cuomo cancel spring break for public and charter schools across the state the state education department has ordered school districts to continue providing remote instruction meals and child care for essential workers between now and April fourteenth New York City teachers will be off April ninth and tenth instead of through the seventeenth officials were concerned time off would lead to social distancing problems with people going outside and spreading the virus Alice Stockton Rossini W. O. R. news leak crackdown also continues and people not observing social distancing guidelines ten parks are now closed because of overcrowding mayor de Blasio offering up New Yorker short of a good news bad news update regarding the ongoing efforts aimed at slowing the spread of covert nineteen saying the majority of playgrounds will remain open but these ten will not those are playgrounds that had crowding multiple times they will be locked I'll be signs put up they'll be enforcement Blasi adding most people are complying and he hopes the good news is that alternate side parking suspended until April fourteenth I'm sorry it's because a corona virus but let me at least give you a little good news in your day James Fulton W. O. R. news in New Jersey governor Murphy considering travel restrictions for people coming from out of state he says state residents who've been self isolating could be infected by someone from the state with your restriction or sure as heck not going to go through the pain we're going through to go down the road and find just because of some other non compliant non aggressive policies in other states in America having people from those states near and I actually spoke about this last night then coming back into New Jersey and restarting the fire Murphy did admit he didn't know how those travel restrictions would look or how they would be implemented well of course vaccine and treatment research is continuing as we're trying to find some answers to this covert nineteen pandemic let's get an update on that joining us live now NBC radio national correspondent bills in for any hope on that front bill well this is a progressing jail but it's a matter we've got the gas pedal to the floor but this this car is only going to go so fast it has to go through the clinical trials of course there are several trials already underway regarding the treatment of Colbert nineteen with Clark when that malaria drug or hydroxy chloroquine which is a version of it in combination with either antibiotics in some cases in HIV drug as well and some of those trials are under way in New York but if you look at the process here it's going to take time out phase one phase two phase three trials summer saying that even phase one of these clinical trials is not going to be complete for at least several weeks or months and there's no guarantee that this would actually work in fact one of the officials at Massachusetts General Hospital is saying that there's a lot of misinformation going on around this core queen and its use against Colbert nineteen yes the FDA has granted emergency use authorization for poor Quinn and hydroxy caloric wind but it is not an official determination that the drugs work all that does is simply release the drugs to the national stockpile and then hospitals who want to conduct trials or perhaps try to treat patients with either a moderate or severe cases can do that and can request the drug from the national stockpile it will not impact your ability to go to your pharmacist and get a prescription for Cork win and again it is no statement that it actually is effective against Colbert nineteen impact Dr Anthony Fauci in a conversation that now has been revealed an online conversation and with an official from the national institutes of health has said that there is no evidence at all but Cork win has any affect on Colbert nineteen as for a vaccine Joe again trials are under way in fact three possible vaccines are in phase one of clinical trials but again the process takes time all three of those are saying that they will not have results on page one until next spring mine that's a long time with a long way to go before that all right thank you NBC radio national correspondent bills number five forty is right.

mayor de Blasio
"mayor de blasio" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

01:40 min | 3 years ago

"mayor de blasio" Discussed on 710 WOR

"Mayor de Blasio says what's absolutely clear is that a conversation about racism at that school is long overdue. Meanwhile, an investigation is underway after an incident between some teenagers in a native American man in Kentucky, the teens appeared to be taunting this elderly man a group of teenagers. Some Catholic high school students seen wearing make America. Great again. Hat appearing to face off with a sixty five year old native American during an indigenous peoples March videos of the encounter shared widely on social media, the diocese of Covington Catholic high school where some of the boys attend condemning their actions saying in a statement this behavior is opposed to the church's teachings of dignity and respect the matter is being investigated, and we will take appropriate action up to including expulsion as correspondent area. Russia. Democrats rejecting President Trump's offered to reopen the government he offered protection for Dhaka recipients if he got funding for his wall. This is all happening is the president's L, FOX invite his base. He almost signed off on a deal that. Would've extended funding for the government before the end of the year without any money for the wall his base revolted conservative commentators, basically coaxed him back to the view that the government shutdown was worth it. Now, many of them view extending protected status for refugees or for the dreamers as amnesty. And now, the president has explained the no I'm not giving anything. So it puts him in a tough spot and political analyst recline says wall right now, a nonstarter for Democrats. A Long Island town wants to send you to jail if you release a balloon into the air balloons are bad for birds and other wildlife, and they're not exactly biodegradable. It's why east Hampton wants to outlaw them. Town. Officials are looking at a proposal that would find.

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