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01:38 min | 1 year ago

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"Outbreaks in Virginia are in long term care facilities with one nursing home they're experiencing extraordinarily high debts Megan Pauley of member station BPM has details as of Tuesday afternoon forty five residents of the Canterbury rehabilitation and healthcare center in Henrico county had died from cove in nineteen eighty three additional residents and thirty five staff members had also tested positive during a press conference last week medical director Dr Jim Wright said society should rethink its treatment of elders we all opted for this type of environment for our elders and as a result this virus spread through a publicly funded nursing home like Canterbury like wildfire according to a spokesperson for the nursing home staff pay has been temporarily doubled in the facility is contracting with several staffing agencies to provide additional nursing assistants for NPR news I'm Megan Pauly in Richmond Virginia Los Angeles mayor Eric Garcetti says he's skeptical that major sporting events or concerts will occur in LA potentially before next year and Dr Geoffrey Smith who is Santa Clara county chief executive wants more people will die if events like the twenty twenty NFL season our stage too early he says only disappearances about health standards in cities where sports teams in this county will be played on Louise Schiavone NPR news Washington this is ninety point three K. AZ you streaming at K. AZ you dot org good afternoon I'm Erika Mahoney in local current.

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05:27 min | 1 year ago

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"NPR news in Washington I'm winter Johnston president trump says he's instructing his administration to halt a funding to the World Health Organization over its handling of the corona virus pandemic speaking at his daily briefing at the White House trump said the WHL failed to obtain and that information about the virus in a timely and accurate fashion had the W. H. O. done its job to get medical experts into China to objectively assess the situation on the ground and to call out China's lack of transparency the outbreak could have been contained other source with very little death trump says plans to re open the nation's economy are close to being finalized the president came under fire from numerous governors yesterday for suggesting that he had total authority in making that decision as of Americans can expect some extra money in their bank accounts this week and PR's Giles Snyder reports the emergency payments are coming from the corona virus relief package passed by Congress last month treasury secretary Steven Mnuchin says the IRS started processing those coronavirus relief payments on Friday and he expects eighty million Americans will have received their direct deposit by Wednesday if you do not receive them by Wednesday on Wednesday we will be launching an IRS dot gov click on IRS dot gov go to get your payment the payments were approved by Congress as part of efforts to limit the economic damage from the pandemic government figures show some seventeen million Americans have lost their jobs result of social distancing under the stimulus law qualified single tax filers can expect twelve hundred dollars twenty four hundred for couples of payments phase out for higher income earners trial Snyder NPR news more than half of the reported corona virus cases in Virginia are in long term care facilities that's according to a new data break down from the state meanwhile Virginia is refusing to release the names of the facilities where the outbreaks have occurred Megan Pauley of member station BPM reports Dr Lori for Lana with the Virginia department of health detailed a recent outbreak in a long term care facility but didn't say where exactly the outbreak occurred staffing continues to be an issue and these outbreaks and that was true here as well that's because Virginia is a releasing these facility names a state spokesperson cited a section of Virginia law which protects residents right to privacy as well as places they reside meanwhile a number of other states like Minnesota are releasing the names of long term care facilities with confirmed coronavirus cases for NPR news I'm Megan Pauly in Richmond Virginia at the close on Wall Street today the Dow was up five hundred fifty eight points the S. and P. up eighty four this is NPR at seven oh four this is Casey R. W. I. Matt Killam with this news publisher of Alex bian waiver says crime is dropping substantially in unincorporated parts of the county amid the pandemic violent crime dipped by more than nine percent in March compared to last year and property crimes are down more than fifteen percent however in waiver says there is one area where the drop in reported crime is of concern child abuse so when the reporting number is down that means there's less ice out there less mandatory reporters mandated reporters and these are your teachers and school your teachers age your school nursing staff the administration of the schools in March there were forty two hundred reports of suspected child abuse a decline of about twenty percent compared to March of twenty nineteen the downturn in reports has been even steeper this month so California college students want their tuition lower now that campuses are closed because of the corona virus pandemic Rosie gonna see own is a student at UC Irvine technically right now we're an online school all the work is being done online and we're still paying the same amount that we would be paying if we were going in class if we were going to the office hours of the teachers she started an online petition to push for a partial tuition refund but the university of California says it's facing increased costs because of the pandemic since every campus has had to pay for video software licenses it's much the same for the California State University system both CSU and UC have been giving students refunds for housing dining and parking fees the California fish and wildlife department recommended a species of Joshua tree be placed on the endangered species list it's the first step in a process to secure legal protections for the trees habitat case reviews drum Campbell has this report the federal designation would protect this species known as the western Joshua tree a type found in Joshua tree national park the action comes in response to a petition filed by the center for biological diversity the place the gnarled trees on the endangered list due to threats from climate change if the recommendation goes through it would be the first time a species received protections due to global warming potentially opening up claims for other plants and animals the next step in the process requires approval from the state fish and game commission that decision is expected to be made in June okay sort of his drum Campbell this is the second time legal protections were sought to protect the tree species US fish and Wildlife Service denied a similar action.

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"megan pauley" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

03:36 min | 1 year ago

"megan pauley" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Live from NPR news in Washington I'm winter Johnston president trump says he's instructing his administration to halt a funding to the World Health Organization over its handling of the corona virus pandemic speaking at his daily briefing at the White House trump said the W. H. O. failed to obtain and that information about the virus in a timely and accurate fashion had the W. H. O. done its job to get medical experts into China to objectively assess the situation on the ground and to call at China's lack of transparency the outbreak could have been contained at its source with very little death trump says plans to re open the nation's economy are close to being finalized the president came under fire from numerous governors yesterday for suggesting that he had total authority in making that decision millions of Americans can expect some extra money in their bank accounts this week and P. R.'s Giles Snyder reports the emergency payments are coming from the corona virus relief package passed by Congress last month treasury secretary Steven Mnuchin says the IRS started processing those coronavirus relief payments on Friday and he expects eighty million Americans will have received their direct deposit by Wednesday if you do not receive them by Wednesday on Wednesday we will be launching an IRS dot gov click on iris dot gov go to get your payment the payments were approved by Congress as part of efforts to limit the economic damage from the pandemic government figures show some seventeen million Americans have lost their jobs result of social distancing under the stimulus law qualified single tax filers can expect twelve hundred dollars twenty four hundred for couples of payments phase out for higher income earners Giles Snyder NPR news more than half of the reported corona virus cases in Virginia are in long term in care facilities that's according to a new data break down from the state meanwhile Virginia is refusing to release the names of the facilities where the outbreaks have occurred Megan Pauley of member station VPM reports Dr Lori for Lana with the Virginia department of health and detailed a recent outbreak in a long term care facility but didn't say where exactly the outbreak occurred staffing continues to be an issue and these outbreaks and that was true here as well that's because Virginia is a releasing these facility names a state spokesperson cited a section of Virginia law which protects residents right to privacy as well as places they reside meanwhile a number of other states like Minnesota are releasing the names of long term care facilities with confirmed coronavirus cases for NPR news I'm Megan Pauly in Richmond Virginia at the close on Wall Street today the Dow was up five hundred fifty eight points the SNP up eighty four this is NPR and this is WNYC in New York I'm Sean Carlson New York City has added three thousand seven hundred and eighty six deaths to the official told of how many new Yorkers have perished from the virus bringing it up to more than ten thousand three hundred the new numbers come after WNYC reported that the city was not reporting cases of people presumed to have died of the virus but we never tested health commissioner obscures Barbeau says they've added resume cases to give new Yorkers a better understanding of the magnitude of the pandemic that will help and be part of the healing process so that we can all collectively grieve and mourn for.

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"megan pauley" Discussed on 90.3 KAZU

90.3 KAZU

01:48 min | 1 year ago

"megan pauley" Discussed on 90.3 KAZU

"The NBA to the NHL announcing today will be no one in the stands for the big event this year because of wrestling to the corona virus as a result Buffett says the may second may will be streamed live on Yahoo was some journalists on hand to ask questions stocks soared today after yesterday's bigger plunge the Dow up nineteen hundred eighty five points this is NPR Louisiana today became the first U. S. state to postpone its presidential nominating contest because of the corona virus pandemic while four states are holding their primaries next week and they say those elections will go forward as planned with sand officials say they'll postpone their scheduled April fourth primary June twentieth the best protect the health and safety of Louisiana voters and voting officials for states holding their primaries Tuesday Arizona Florida Illinois and Ohio in a joint statement say they'll move ahead with their contest while taking steps to ensure public safety Virginia's governor Ralph Northam announced today all state public schools will be closed there for at least two weeks to help prevent the spread of Kobe nineteen Megan Pauley of member station BPM as more the announcement comes after governor Northam declared a state of emergency on Thursday amid a growing number of confirmed cove in nineteen cases at that time he was still leaving it up to individual school districts to decide whether or not to close but now northern has changed his mind ordering all districts to shut down for a minimum of two weeks starting Monday the Virginia department of education has received a waiver from the federal government to allow schools to distribute meals to students and families the logistics are still being sorted out for NPR news I'm Megan Pauly in Richmond the corona virus pandemic that is sweeping the globe also appears to be moving closer toward president trump is top aides and members of his own family White House grappling with a number of potential confirmed exposures a top.

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"megan pauley" Discussed on 90.3 KAZU

90.3 KAZU

03:15 min | 1 year ago

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"It's All Things Considered from NPR news I'm Kelly I'm ari Shapiro coming up pressure is rising for John Bolton to testify in the Senate impeachment trial even as the president's lawyers try to steer clear of boldness claims we deal with locally available information we do not deal with speculation that story's ahead first this news headlines line from NPR news in Culver city California I'm too ugly psych hotel senators may soon consider whether to call former national security adviser John Bolton as a witness in trump's impeachment trial because a new manuscript written by Bolton claims that trump wanted to hold military aid to Ukraine pending investigations into political rivals the president denies these allegations this wall trumps lawyers are presenting their legal arguments we get more from NPR's Franco or Dona as the senator certainly want to hear from the White House and know what they're gonna say senator soon of South Dakota told our colleagues on the hill that he expects a hundred questions during the queue in a period and that Bolton only be one that comes up NPR's Franco or dahlias as the corona virus spreads through China at nearly two hundred fifty Americans will soon be evacuated from Wuhan via a chartered plane Zachary hues of Alaska public media reports the flight is scheduled to be revealed in anchorage or passengers will undergo mandatory health screenings many of the U. S. citizens aboard the return flight our consular staff and their families leaving the city of Wuhan Alaska is a common refueling stop for transpacific flights but health officials here say there are still a lot of moving parts they don't know when the plane is set to land for example for which date will be its final destination doctor and zinc is Alaska's chief medical officer interesting forty eight hours to say the least things nationally and internationally building incredibly quickly zinc says the passengers will be screened for symptoms before leaving China during transit and again at the closed airport terminal in Alaska area hospitals say they're standing by to treat any potential patients for NPR news and Zachary Hughes in anchorage on Wall Street the Dow closed down four hundred fifty three points the nasdaq closed on one hundred seventy five you're listening to NPR news in Virginia today teachers there rallied in support of a collective bargaining built near the state capitol Megan Pauley of NPR member station VPM reports that state is one of three that bans public sector employees from joining together to negotiate salaries and benefits what we want educators held up signs and chanted during a rally sponsored by the state teachers union the Virginia education association Jim Livingston as president we are making a history on the Commonwealth of Livingston hopes the new in historic democratic majority in the state legislature will support collective bargaining this year the Virginia education association says close to half of lawmakers in the state's house of delegates have signed on to support it so far for NPR news I Meghan poly in Richmond.

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01:50 min | 1 year ago

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"Fire on national hello I think you called me a liar on national TV let's let's do it right now one of the discussion of the discussion you called me up you told me our last month Sanders and Warren are among the four leading candidates in a tight race in Iowa Daniel Kurtz Levon and hear news des Moines Iran's president says his country is now in reaching more nuclear fuel than before the twenty fifteen nuclear agreement was signed despite pressure from the U. S. and peers Peter Kenyon reports president Hassan Rouhani spoke in a broadcast address for months around has been reducing its commitments under the nuclear deal including increasing its stockpile of low enriched uranium in remarks that could be interpreted as a top to the trump administration which pulled out of the agreement and resumed levying sanctions on Tehran we're honey said quote pressure has increased on Iran but we continue to progress separately Iran's foreign minister chastised three European states known as the E. three who triggered the deals dispute resolution mechanism over runs violations Mohammed Javad Zarif wrote on Twitter appeasement affirmed he three sold out to avoid new trump tariffs Siri compare trump to a high school bully Peter Kenyon reporting this is NPR the government of the Virgin Islands is suing the estate a financier and convicted sex offender Jeffrey up sting he took his life in jail last year as he faced charges of sex trafficking virgin island officials allege he committed sex offenses on to private islands in the US territories jurisdiction some of the alleged victims are minor girls Virginia could become the thirty eight states to ratify the equal rights amendment to the U. S. constitution as soon as today but the amendments future is still uncertain from member station V. P. M. in Richmond Megan Pauley has more.

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KQED Radio

01:47 min | 1 year ago

"megan pauley" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Think wireless financial let's let's do it right now one of the discussion of the discussion you called me up you told me our list Sanders and Warren are among the four leading candidates in a tight race in Iowa Daniel Kurtz Levon NPR news des Moines Iran's president says his country is now in reaching more nuclear fuel than before the twenty fifteen nuclear agreement was signed despite pressure from the U. S. and peers Peter Kenyon reports president Hassan Rouhani spoke in a broadcast address for months around has been reducing its commitments under the nuclear deal including increasing its stockpile of low enriched uranium in remarks that could be interpreted as a top to the trump administration which pulled out of the agreement and resume levying sanctions on Tehran for honey said quote pressure has increased on Iran but we continue to progress separately Iran's foreign minister chastised three European states known as the E. three who triggered the deals dispute resolution mechanism over runs violations Mohammed Javad Zarif wrote on Twitter appeasement affirmed he three sold out to avoid new trump tariffs compared trump to a high school bully Peter Kenyon reporting this is NPR the government of the Virgin Islands is suing the estate a financier and convicted sex offender Jeffrey up sting he took his life in jail last year as he faced charges of sex trafficking virgin island officials allege he committed sex offenses onto private islands in the US territories jurisdiction some of the alleged victims are minor girls Virginia could become the thirty eight states to ratify the equal rights amendment to the US constitution as soon as today but the amendments future is still uncertain from member station VPM in Richmond Megan Pauley has more.

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"megan pauley" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:56 min | 1 year ago

"megan pauley" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Press one to organize and overwhelmingly quirky and weird and then sets his sights on the national stage he was fresh with new axe got shaper from KQED and this is the political mind of Jerry Brown we'll get started after this news live from NPR news in Washington I'm David Mattingly on Capitol Hill today Chief Justice John Roberts will be swearing in senators who were preparing to serve as jurors and president trump's impeachment trial opening statements are scheduled to begin next Tuesday last night house managers formally walked the articles across the capital and deliver them to the Senate they accuse the president of abuse of power and obstruction of Congress the president continues to describe his impeachment as politically motivated and a hoax the state of Texas says it will continue to resettle refugees after a federal judge temporarily blocked in order from the trump administration that allowed states to refuse them actually Lopez with member station K. U. T. reports from Austin Texas was the first state to use the executive order to block or settlement efforts the decision was a huge blow to non profits including refugee services of Texas spokesperson Chris Kelly says the ruling allows the group to continue to do their work until this case is settled what we're hopeful is that governor Abbott will do the right thing in reverse course Texas has historically were settled more refugees than any other state in the country for NPR news I'm actually Lopez in Austin the inspector general of the department of Veterans Affairs is criticizing the VA secretary for his remarks about an alleged sexual assault NPR's quill Lawrence has more the alleged assault was against the democratic staffer in Washington DC last September when the inspector general close the case without charges VA secretary Robert will he wrote a letter to Democrat mark Takano saying unsubstantiated claims raised by you and your staff could deter our veterans from seeking the care they need and deserve the inspector general shot back that Wilkie's letter was inaccurate the case wasn't unsubstantiated Democrats are calling the sectors letter flippin and tone deaf on the issue of sexual assault that Sam P. R.'s quill Lawrence reporting state lawmakers in Virginia have moved a step closer to passing the equal rights amendment Megan Pauley with member station V. P. M. says Virginia could become the thirty eighth St needed to ratify the amendment to the U. S. constitution later today speaking on the floor democratic senator Mimi lock said as a college student in nineteen seventy two it became clear to her that African American women had two strikes against them being black and female still there are some women who say they don't need to E. R. A. because they have never been discriminated against can I say good for you it wasn't just Democrats supporting the measure Republican senator John Keegan said it's the.

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"megan pauley" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:05 min | 1 year ago

"megan pauley" Discussed on KQED Radio

"From NPR news in Washington I'm she Stevens house speaker Nancy Pelosi is name seven managers to lead the prosecution team during the Senate impeachment trial of president trump after weeks of wrangling with the Senate and the arts to mac reports that house lawmakers hand deliver the articles to the Senate in a ceremony hello she signed the articles of impeachment with a large number of pens so that she could gift pens to committee chairs as a keepsake plus he said that the impeachment was necessary to prevent future presidential misconduct the seven impeachment managers led by the house clerk then formally delivered the document to the Senate the managers will read aloud the impeachment articles before the Senate Thursday at noon other trial procedures including the swearing in of senators and the Chief Justice of the Supreme Court will also Kerr Thursday the trial is set to begin in earnest on Tuesday after the holiday weekend to mac NPR news Washington in a White House ceremony today president trump and China's vice premier signed a so called phase one trade deal together we are writing the wrongs of the past and delivering a future of economic justice and security for American workers farmers and families under the deal China agrees to import more American products over the next two years while some US tariffs on Chinese goods will be suspended trump administration officials say that each country will open and enforcement office to review complaint about compliance the Virginia house and Senate have passed resolutions to ratify the equal rights amendment to the US constitution as Megan Pauley of member station the PM reports Virginia could officially become the thirty eighth St needed to ratify the amendment as soon as Thursday speaking on the floor democratic senator Mimi lock said as a college student in nineteen seventy two it became clear to her that African American women had two strikes against them being black and female still there are some women who say they don't need to E. R. A. because they have never been discriminated against can I say good for you it wasn't just Democrats supporting the measure Republican senator John Keegan said it's the.

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"megan pauley" Discussed on KCRW

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03:30 min | 1 year ago

"megan pauley" Discussed on KCRW

"Live from NPR news in Washington I'm lectured me saying the formality of moving president trump's impeachment to trial is underway in Congress as the house prepares to vote on sending two articles of impeachment to the U. S. Senate the Democrats in control or warning the Senate's GOP majority to allow a trial with witnesses and documents and peers Windsor Johnson reports house speaker Nancy Pelosi selected the group of lawmakers who will prosecute the case that president trump sought to enlist the help of a foreign government for his own political benefit this election year house speaker Nancy Pelosi name to seven impeachment managers who will prosecute the case against trump in the Senate trial the Democrats include house intelligence committee chairman Adam Schiff and the judiciary chair Jerry Nadler Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell says the Senate will start pre trial preparations this week including swearing and senators as chores the trial is expected to begin on Tuesday and peers Windsor Johnson reporting the white house's today's process changes nothing the president says he is confident he will be exonerated well more Americans disapprove than approve of the president's handling of the impasse with Iran NPR's Brian Naylor says that's the finding of a new N. P. R. PBS newshour Marist poll the poll found that by a forty nine to forty two percent margin Americans disapprove of the president's handling of around the differences fall largely along party lines with some nine out of ten Republicans are proving while eight out of ten Democrats and about half of independence disapprove the poll also found trump's job approval at forty one percent with fifty three percent disapproving on impeachment Americans are evenly split with forty seven percent favoring his removal and forty seven percent thinking he should remain in office a finding largely unchanged from last month the poll has a margin of error of three point five percentage points Brian Naylor NPR news Washington now to Virginia where law lawmakers in both chambers are expected to pass resolutions to ratify the equal rights amendment to the U. S. constitution today the moves attracting national groups to Richmond hopeful that for Jenny will become the thirty eighth and final state needed to do so Megan Pauley if ever station VPM reports are already challenges to the vote last month three conservative attorneys general in Alabama Louisiana and South Dakota filed a federal lawsuit seeking to block the recording of Virginia's ratification of the ERA now the national group equal means equal has filed a counter lawsuit kamalo Lopez is executive director so for Congress or the president or anyone else to step in and say that Virginians cannot have this legally recorded is an absolute travesty in Virginia it does become the thirty eight states to ratify the error rate it could face other legal hurdles five states that have already ratified the R. eight want to rescind their boats for NPR news I'm Megan Pauley in Richmond Virginia this is NPR news support for NPR comes from the estate of Joan B. Kroc his bequest serves as an N. during investment in the future of public radio and seeks to help MPR produce programming that meets the highest standards of public service in journalism and cultural expression good morning it is Wednesday January fifteenth halfway through the month not too shabby my name is Jose had one this morning comes eclectic we are celebrating first album's opening tracks so we're gonna go with France Ferdinand and Jacquelyn Jacquelyn was seventeen working.

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"megan pauley" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

01:56 min | 2 years ago

"megan pauley" Discussed on KCRW

"A year later in about twenty minutes from now make sure you stick around for that coming up in state and local news at five thirty two how to inmates were able to break out of jail in Monterey county in the tech in the town of Salinas and how one can was able to buy a vape pen and then got sick after this from NPR live from NPR news in Culver city California I'm to Wayne brown one week from today the house intelligence committee will hold its first public hearings in the impeachment inquiry of president trump as NPR's Claudia Chrysopolis tells us the probe is focusing on claims trump held up US military aid to Ukraine in exchange for the country's president digging up dirt on trump's political rival Joe Biden and his son the committees will first hear from state department officials William Taylor George can't they raise concerns in private testimony that military aid was withheld for a political probe on Friday former ambassador to Ukraine Marie of honor which is expected to testify state department officials have said you're one of its face the campaign to force her out of her post NPR's Claudia grist solace Democrats have made public hundreds of pages of testimony taken behind closed doors saying it shows trump held back the aid to Ukraine to benefit his own political ambitions Democrats will control both legislative chambers in Virginia following last night's election as Megan Pauley of member station V. P. M. reports that means the Commonwealth could soon be a major battle ground over gun control governor north and convened a special session on gun legislation in July following a mass shooting in Virginia beach but the Republican controlled legislature adjourned almost immediately saying they needed more time to study the bills now with Democrats poised to take control in the capital north them says gun law reforms like universal background checks and a ban on assault style weapons will be a top priority these high capacity.

"megan pauley" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:29 min | 2 years ago

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"More tough questions today from Congress on why it approved the Boeing seven thirty seven Max and then didn't ground the plane after the first fatal crash those stories just ahead right after news headlines live from NPR news in Washington I am Jack's beer ten more candidates take the stage tonight in part two of the latest democratic presidential debate in Detroit the second Tuesday democratic event to be held so far this primary season NPR's Amy held reports on the candidates battled the stand apart from the rivals it's getting harder to hang on the next debate in September comes with stricter polling and donor standards so candidates who haven't yet made the cut will be seeking their breakout moment tonight including New York senator Kirsten Gillibrand Hawaii representative Tulsi Gabbard and New York mayor bill de Blasio front runners California senator Kamilla Harris and former vice president Joe Biden have already met the requirements to debate in Houston NPR's Amy held part two of the latest debate begins at eight PM eastern time Jeffrey abstain appeared in a New York City courtroom today as lawyers negotiated a date for his upcoming trial is NPR's metal will be reports the hedge fund multi millionaire is charged with abusing and sexually exploiting dozens of young girls in the courtroom obscene wore navy blue deal scribe to look healthy despite some unconfirmed reports last week of bruising on his neck he's been the proceedings silently staring at judge Richard Berman who turned down the defense's request to push the trial to September of next year earlier this month after he was arrested on charges of sex trafficking in a case with wide ranging implications involving his circle of powerful friends the judge accepted the prosecution's proposal for an earlier trial with a tentative start date of June eighth next year not a living NPR news Virginia Virginia is in the process of a major push to sign up low income adults under Medicaid expansion estimates four hundred thousand adults are eligible Megan Pauley of member station WCVB reports Virginia's governor says they are three quarters of the way their enrollment under the Medicaid expansion started last November Virginia Medicaid director Dr Jennifer Lee says they've met enrollment projections are on track to sign up three hundred and sixty thousand people by the end of the year I think the numbers that we're seeing in enrollment are partly due to our outreach.

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"megan pauley" Discussed on 90.3 KAZU

90.3 KAZU

02:45 min | 2 years ago

"megan pauley" Discussed on 90.3 KAZU

"I'm not a Cornish and I'm ari Shapiro coming up what to listen for on night two of the latest democratic primary debate later Boeing gets an earful from lawmakers in hearings over the troubled seven thirty seven MAX plane I'm not getting on the seven thirty seven MAX two I see the president of Boeing and all his associates me on that plane first and fly for any substantial time also a new online tool tracks deforestation in Brazil using satellite mapping the key innovation here is that the computer is doing all that work for us constantly looking at those Demetris to identify if something changed but first this news live from NPR news in Washington I am Jack's beer ten more candidates take the stage tonight in part two of the latest democratic presidential debate in Detroit the second Tuesday democratic event to be held so far this primary season NPR's Amy held reports on the candidates battled the stand apart from their rivals it's getting harder to hang on the next debate in September comes with stricter polling and donor standards so candidates who haven't yet made the cut will be seeking their breakout moment tonight including New York senator Kirsten Gillibrand Hawaii representative Tulsi Gabbard and New York mayor bill de Blasio front runners California senator Kamilla Harris and former vice president Joe Biden have already met the requirements to debate in Houston NPR's Amy held part two of the latest debate begins at eight PM eastern time Jeffrey abstain appeared in a New York City courtroom today as lawyers negotiated a date for his upcoming trial is NPR's metal will be reports the hedge fund multi millionaire is charged with abusing and sexually exploiting dozens of young girls in the courtroom Eckstine wore navy blue deal scripts and looked healthy despite some unconfirmed reports last week of bruising on his neck he's been the proceedings silently staring at judge Richard Berman who turned down the defense's request to push the trial to September of next year earlier this month Epstein was arrested on charges of sex trafficking in a case with wide ranging implications involving his circle of powerful friends the judge accepted the prosecution's proposal for an earlier trial with a tentative start date of June eighth next year not at liberty NPR news Virginia Virginia is in the process of a major push to sign up low income adults under Medicaid expansion it estimates four hundred thousand adults are eligible Megan Pauley of member station WCVB reports Virginia's governor says they are three quarters of the way their enrollment under the Medicaid expansion started last November Virginia Medicaid director Dr Jennifer Lee says they've met enrollment projections are on track to sign up three hundred and sixty thousand people by the end of the year I think the numbers that we're seeing in enrollment.

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04:06 min | 2 years ago

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"Live from NPR news in Washington. I'm Dave Mattingly. The latest legal challenge to the Trump administration. Adding a citizenship question to the twenty twenty US census is wrapping up today in Maryland NPR's, Han solo Wong says the issue will go before the US supreme court in April. The supreme court has said to your challenges to a ruling for two separate cases in New York. The cases in Maryland are unique because one of the cases alleges that administration officials were part of a conspiracy to deprive immigrants and communities of color of their constitutional rights by including a question that is expected to depress participation especially among Latinos and immigrant communities for Jimmy governor. Ralph nor the MS cancelling an appearance at a historically black university in Richmond, the democratic governor was supposed to attend a civil rights commemoration today. Megan Pauley with member station W C says the governor changed his plans amid student objections. Over his acknowledgement of wearing black face in the nineteen eighties. Northam had planned to attend an annual event honoring Virginia union university alumni known as the Richmond thirty four who participated in sit ins to protest segregated in the nineteen sixties north them canceled those plans Wednesday evening following calls from the student government association to come another time Northam has instead invited the Richmond thirty four to the governor's mansion on Friday. This is NPR news from Washington and from KCRW, I'm Cheri Glazer. This year's flu season is turning out to be much milder than last year's nationwide epidemic. But more people are dying of the flu here in California. KCRW Eric Roy has the details. Medical experts say that fewer people are getting the flu this season at least in part because the flu strain in this year's vaccine is more effective. So why has the flu been more fatal? The State Department of public health says nearly two hundred ten food. S had been reported by early this month last year at this time almost twenty five fewer deaths had been reported, even though a lot more people had the flu the emergency room medical director of a Sacramento area. Hospital tells the Sacramento bee that no one really knows why flu desk could be higher during low flu activity seasons. But she says it sparked a lot of conversations among doctors more people are also getting short duration colds than long duration flu this year. That's according to Kinza, a San Francisco based company that makes smart thermometers and uses the data to track illness around the country. Santa Monica has a reputation as being while the most progressive cities in the US. But a judge has ruled that the city has violated the voting rights of its Latino residents tonight Santa Monica city council decide whether it's going to appeal that ruling KCRW Saul Gonzales, explains Superior Court Judge of that palace. Willows ruled last week and Santa Monica's at large system for electing city council. Members violated the California Voting Rights Act by diluting the power of Latino residents in the city to potentially elected Latino to the city council. The judge said she found a pattern of racially polarized voting practices in Santa Monica that went back decades and ruled that new district-based elections must be held on July. Second to select council members the case stems from a complaint filed by the PICO neighborhood association, a nonprofit that works on issues related to housing and Latino empowerment on Santa Monica's southside Santa Monica denies at. It's worked under mine. Latino voting power and says it's impossible. To draw majority Latino district in the city because of the relatively small size of the Latino population in Santa Monica, KCRW, Gonzales and Latino rights activists are Mando Rodriguez has died. He was ninety seven Rodriguez was born in Mexico and came to San Diego with his family when he was six after serving the army. He graduated from San Diego State and worked as a teacher before joining the Mexican American civil rights movement. He went on to hold a number of positions under four presidents Lyndon Johnson, Richard Nixon Jimmy Carter and Ronald Reagan. Support for NPR comes from CFP, certified.

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"megan pauley" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

03:14 min | 2 years ago

"megan pauley" Discussed on KQED Radio

"With more local news live from NPR news in Washington. I'm Dave Mattingly. The latest legal challenge to the Trump administration adding a citizenship question to the twenty twenty US census is wrapping up today in Maryland. NPR's Hansie lo-long says the issue will go before the US supreme court in April. The supreme court has said to your challenges to a ruling for two separate cases in New York. The cases in Maryland are unique because one of the cases alleges that administration officials were part of a conspiracy to deprive immigrants and communities of color of their constitutional rights by including a question that is expected to depress participation especially among Latinos and immigrant communities Virginia. Governor Ralph northern MS cancelling an appearance at a historically black university in Richmond. The democratic governor was supposed to attend a civil rights commemoration today. Megan Pauley with member station W C V E says the governor changed his plans amid student objections over his acknowledgement of wearing black face in the nineteen eighties. Northam had planned to attend an annual event honoring Virginia union university alumni known as the Richmond thirty four who participated in sit ins to protest segregated in the nineteen sixties. North of canceled those plans Wednesday evening following calls from the student government association to come and other time Northam has instead invited the Richmond thirty four to the governor's mansion on Friday. This is NPR news from Washington from K Kiwi news in San Francisco, I'm Brian watt. President Trump's national emergency declaration to help pay for a border wall clue take millions of dollars away from a military construction project in the central valley. He Tara Siler reports. Congress has already appropriated nearly eighteen million dollars to reconfigure security gates at a defense, logistics depot in Tracy. It's among the three point six billion dollars in military construction projects the administration is aiming to axe nationally democratic congressman Josh harder represents the area and calls the emergency declaration unconstitutional. And it's also terrible. Just in terms of politics taking money from efforts to combat. Drug trafficking efforts to still military construction projects like the Tracy depot does not make our country safer. It it does the exact opposite. The emergency declaration is facing multiple lawsuits. A spokeswoman for the Tracy military depot says the project is currently in the design phase and moving forward unless it's halted by the White House. I'm Tara Siler news. San francisco. Bike advocates are calling for two thousand more bike racks to be placed on city streets. Supervisor Rafael men Delman says the city has reserves of racks in storage, they could be put to use. Brian Weeden Meyer is executive director of the SF bicycle coalition in San Francisco because of our high rate of theft blocking things to Iraq is necessary. That's not just true for people's own personal bikes. It's true for shared scooters and dacas bike share. We have the racks. Now, it's time to install them. We didn't Meyer says more racks means more people on bikes and fewer people in congestion in cars..

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"megan pauley" Discussed on NPR News Now

NPR News Now

01:37 min | 4 years ago

"megan pauley" Discussed on NPR News Now

"My from npr news in washington on core of a coleman the national hurricane center is issued hurricane warnings for the caribbean including puerto rico and the virgin islands that's because the approaching hurricane erma a dangerous category find storm has top sustained winds of one hundred eighty miles per hour npr's greg allinces erma also poses a threat to florida the powerful storm already has the attention of florida's the state's governor rick scott declared a state of emergency for florida's sixty seven counties yesterday shoppers took advantage of the liberty holiday to begin stocking up on hurricane supplies some stores ran short of bottled water but said more was on the way right now armies forecast beyond a westerly path the takes the storm over the northern edge of puerto rico hispanola and cuba meteorolgist expect by the weekend erma will take a turn northward some computer models take the powerful hurricane up the florida peninsula greg on npr news miami tens of thousands of people remain displaced in texas by hurricane harvey many are in hotels officials in houston saint nearly four thousand people remain housed in a couple of main shelters attorney general jeff sessions will announce the trump administration's policy on the daca program this hour that's the executive order president obama signed shielding from deportation about eight hundred thousand people who were brought to the us illegally as children delaware senator tom carper is meeting with some of them to day megan pauley of member station w d d e reports the first class of dreamers at delaware state university began last fall now their future on the campus is uncertain as details emerge about president trump's plan to end daca.

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NPR News Now

02:08 min | 4 years ago

"megan pauley" Discussed on NPR News Now

"While washington contemplates a way forward on healthcare legislation states still have problems in the here and now delaware has the third highest healthcare cost per person in the country and is about to be left with just one ac a insurer megan pauley of member station w d d e tells us delaware senators are calling for a bipartisan solution to stabilise marketplaces at nine announced in may it won't be returning to delaware's exchange next year leaving hi mark blue cross blue shield as the state's loan marketplace insurer hi mark has since proposed a nearly thirty four percent rate increase for 2018 delaware senator chris koons says something needs to be done to keep insurance costs down their whole business pricing risk and if they don't know where this is going whether it's going to be repealed whether they will be a mandate or not it's very difficult for them to price insurance kunes and fellow delaware democrat tom carper are advocating ideas like a permanent reinsurance program to help companies with their biggest claims ideas that have proven attractive to both parties for npr news i'm meghan pauley in wilmington this is npr news a british infant with a rare genetic disorder whose plight had drawn international attention has died and the irs joanna cacuses reports from london the charlie guard was at the center of a bitter dispute between his parents and doctors over his treatment charlie was just a week away from his first birthday he suffered from mitochondrial dna depletion syndrome which had wasted away his muscles and left him unable to breathe on his own he could not see or hear or cry his parents tried for months to take him to the us for an experimental treatment but his london doctors refused to discharge him saying the therapy would not work and could harm him in the uk doctors can overrule the wishes of parents and the treatment of critically ill children charlie died in a hospice instead of at home a judge sided with doctors who said hospice was more humane joanna cacuses npr news london.

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