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"ms hanson" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network
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"ms hanson" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network
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"ms hanson" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network
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"ms hanson" Discussed on The Current
"It's time now to meet some of these remarkable graduates. Several are lined up to walk across our stage and received their diploma. We're going to stay in. The field of healthcare sealer road is twenty one and she's receiving a bachelor of science in life sciences from the university of british columbia and getting set to enter medical school at. Ub see next year seila. Welcome and congratulations. When did you know that you wanted to be a doctor. I've always been pretty drawn to the life sciences. Everything's i was like a really little kid. And when i was like eleven or twelve i kind of started to seriously understand what it meant to be a doctor and i really was pretty excited about being able to help other people With my love for science. How has that changed over. The last year. When we have seen doctors nurses and health practitioners right at the very frontlines of this pandemic. I think that it's really highlighted. How important are healthcare workers are and i really honored to be able to be a part of that community often shaped in the course of education by teachers who who changed our lives in many ways. Tell me about ms hanson. Oh man ms hansen is my high school english teacher. Actually on the day. That i found out that i got into medical school. I also found out that she was the recipient of an award that nominated her for and that was really meaningful to me. Because i think that's hanson like so many high school teachers on really shaped me into the person that i am today whether that be through really pushing out of my comfort zone to do my best in school and believing in me as well as being like super kind and encouraging and also being a amazing reference for a scholarship. My post secondary education. And it's one of those things where someone is touched my life in a way that i can never possibly like specific. Kate was really life changing to met her and her student. Some like you had a big smile on your face. When i mentioned her name. Yeah i did. You're physically out of your comfort zone. Now i mean you're in vancouver but you grew up in winnipeg and that i mean that's not even where you were born. Tell me a little bit about where home really is for you. It's an interesting question matt. i was born in the new nouveau. That's like pretty far up north. And when i was five years old my family and i moved down to pick manitoba which is very grew up and then i guess they got transplanted to vancouver for my undergrad. I think that each We're really lucky to live in a country where getting around is pretty easy. And i think that having travel halted for all of this year has been a little bit challenging especially with the cases being so high in manitoba and being unable to go home. I feel like a lot of post. Secondary students have had to struggle with being separated from family during like a really stressful time which is university and during the pandemic and yeah It's hard when was the last time you saw your family i. We're coming up on a year. Now what do you carry with you from from the community and your heritage from the north. Not i don't know if you've ever been there before. But i really hope that all canadians get the opportunity to visit the arctic. It's really beautiful and the culture. There's really amazing With climate change. I sometimes get a little bit nervous. That like i'll come back and it'll never be the same so i think that it's really driven to cared deeply about the planet and i i am in new it. Although i've been kind of disconnected from the culture as many urban has been something that has always with me is just to respect everything. That's around you. There are people who are entering. Undergrad coming up in the fall. And they're entering a world that you're just on your way out of what advice would you give them. I think that it's a really interesting time to be starting school personally. I'm a little bit anxious to like go back into lecture halls. I'm sure that there. Lots of long term impacts of this pandemic will have on everybody. But i think that my advice for people entering their undergrad. This year is to really not closed doors for yourself. I went in thinking. That my undergrad experience would be one way and thank goodness. It was like a million different things. I just think that university is a really great time to learn about yourself in the world around you and try to i guess go into it with love and i want wanna talk to you in ten years time and your doctor rogan. Where do you want to be. I think that it would be really rewarding to serve communities that have been historically under served in many ways the kadian healthcare system is one of the best in the world. But there's still a lot of people that need more help than they're receiving and I think i'd really like to help. Close some of those healthcare cats. I can't wait until you're able to do that. And i hope you see your family soon. And congratulations again and enjoy this next step. Thanks so much and you are next. Grad is omar. Al shami eighteen at a plumber and personal support. Work from saint clair college and omar is already working in a long term. Care home in windsor. Omar congratulations thank you. Why did you want to become a personal support worker. I always wanted to help people. And i saw this program as a stepping stone into other things. So there's things in doctor and it's also just create when you go into work. It's a whole other family like getting to know the residents and even your coworkers. It's a whole other community and you've been doing that now over the course of the pandemic working in a long term care. What does that been like. You know hand washing than normal stuff. That's always been there but say she'll math and he and interacting with elderly is very alarming for them seeing that when they wake up but now things are starting to get back to normal. You've been right there on the front lines. But i was a student so i wasn't allowed to have any cova cases. One of the things that we've heard about so much. Is that in many ways. Personal support workers are helping to keep the system together and they're so important in that system a system that has in many ways a lot of cracks. T feel like. that's what you've seen because it's very understaffed. all the workers. I've seen are overworked. Or they're just kind of has their breaking point in the middle of.
"ms hanson" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network
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"ms hanson" Discussed on The World at Large
"And I know that? Young gentleman want someone who is brave enough to say what they really feel in thank publicly and I wanted a few people I know that we'll do that. Even. At the expense of Ma. Possible. Writing. Career. Has. Trump's presidency further divided his country. I believe Janda Xiao doubt has. I believe he is not the core of the problem certainly in instigator. However without that. So many of us would not have known how band things. Okay. So maybe it was a necessary part of the process. When you comes to reelection. I'm holding say. It he will be the. and. The Biden Kamala will be in all. and. If I had any positive words for your listeners, it be pleased I'm here if a Republican or Democrat, I personally am an independent. Never, ever ever missing election again for the first time in my life, I didn't vote Because I felt like it was voting for the lesser of two evils and so I was going to rise above it. Not Go to. Out, auks biggest mistake ever made him alive. I. Don't think I've been more humiliated that you need decision on made a lot. And I've had a couple of Jesus. So we all need to vote. I believe that. I'm in Harrisville win. Very grateful for the fact that our first female vice president will be. I. Think it's early on I. Think it's time looking forward to it. So, everyone. Get out there vote your conscious. Ms Hanson pleasure having you. Thanks for coming on..
"ms hanson" Discussed on The Dave Gram Show on WDEV
"We're back into one of the start this half hour with a little bit of a traffic advisory it turns out that route fifteen through while county by Valley Union. High School are is very heavy traffic. This morning There's a food distribution center popped up there The Vermont National Guard. Food Bank of joining to distribute food to folks who need it and it's drawing a lot of traffic so if you are not going there to get food and you don't need to. You don't have to be traveling through that area. Best to avoid route fifteen near the Loyal Valley Union high school this morning so just a word to the wise and folks that might want US sales in time on their travels today so anyway. One of bring in my next guest meg. Hansen is a Republican candidate for Lieutenant Governor here in Vermont and and we're having a little communication issue with MS Hanson or hoping to get back on the line in just a moment but We are trying to organize here on the Graham show from time to time. They sort of series of meet the candidates Shows here where we just bring in candidates for Either of Vermont's top to state offices Governor Lieutenant Governor and ask them Why they're running what they hope to accomplish in the in the job that they get it and etc etc and so this is we We Well we we've had. We've had a couple of days now but Mega Manson is back on the line with US and make Hansen. I really appreciate you joining me this morning. Thank you for having me on your show days. Glad to do it so tell us a little bit about yourself your professional background in your I. I will dare to ask you how old you are and And Have you run for office before this kind of stuff right okay so And happy to share my story with with your listeners. I was born in India left when I was seven months old. I'm a naturalized United States citizen. Who has a an Indian heritage of which I'm very proud? I moved to the Upper Valley region in southern Vermont. Ten years ago to attend Dartmouth College..
"ms hanson" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK
"Companies to lay off workers and some Americans to stay unemployed those who would end up making more money unemployed than they did actually working so they were trying to amend that Bernie Sanders didn't like it he called it an outrage so still no stimulus deal in place however that doesn't mean it was not a positive day for the markets the stock market today its second consecutive up day first time since early February that has happened but well off the highs at least the Dow and the S. and P. in the last hour of trading when it became clear that the vote on the stimulus package was not as clear as once thought to be so the Dow finished up four hundred ninety five points to twenty one thousand two hundred it was up over a thousand points for much of the morning nasdaq finished lower by thirty three point seventy three eighty four the S. and P. up twenty eight gold down twenty six today at sixteen thirty three and outs ten year bond yield point eight seven percent all right for twenty two now I'd K. F. B. K. so the secretary city council passed an emergency measure Tuesday halting evictions for businesses impacted by the corona virus pandemic gave the case my blind to joins us with a live report on how the measure will help commercial tenants getting a first in Sacramento city council history the council members and mayor Darrell Steinberg met virtually online last night to conduct business district four councilman Steve Hansen says the ability for government to continue to operate during a crisis is extremely important the governor and his executive orders have way some of the public meeting rules to allow us to continue to operate Hanson says the council passed emergency measure because many business owners are hurting financially it will need relief while the state stay at home order is still in place the most impacted businesses right now are in the service dependent businesses restaurants retail in nonprofit a lot of them depend on fundraising events that are all canceled business owners that are impacted will need to fill out a form which can be found on the city of Sacramento's website and give it to their landlord Hanson says the city is working on a frequently asked questions section on the website as well to answer common questions about the process he says you'll have options to pay less than your normal commercial rent or request to defer it until a later date you have to prove that it is because the cove in nineteen once this is done we'll have to work out a payment plan to work out how to pay back the back rent over the hundred twenty days after the crisis Ms Hanson says things may be difficult for awhile but he also had a message of hope to share with those who are struggling we will get through this our creativity our energy our ability to overcome this is not the worst thing we've ever seen in our country or our state and I know that if we just work hard every day we're gonna get through this and we're gonna come out the other end we'll do our best to take care of each other and and that's probably going to be what is the most essential ingredient for Sacramento's long term ability to thrive in the measure passed with an amendment by councilmember Jeff Harris at the council will be able to review the moratorium in thirty days to decide if it still should remain in play this activity all right thank you and that is K. K.'s Mike Plante reporting live for you well we've got much more to come here on our Cape okay afternoon news a little as you probably know the service industry the hospitality industry has been hit particularly hard we've been trying to look at different segments and how they're coping with the corona virus the impact of the pandemic and coming up we'll look at how hotels are trying to stay afloat many of them are on the brink apparently but I talked to the CEO of the American hotel association so you'll hear what he has to say and we'll continue to follow the economic stimulus bill in the Senate much more on the way here on news ninety three point one KPK live everywhere on the I heart radio.
"ms hanson" Discussed on CritterCast
"You can also find us on twitter at Whitey. Empty you podcast and on Instagram at. You totally made that up all right. I hope you guys enjoyed that Promo. It was a well produced and very intriguing Promo. I certainly feel like I now need to check them out and I hope you guys follow all their instructions to check them out to you but don't go away too soon because we have some weird funky hard to believe stuff to discuss all about Greenland Shark and I. I myself very excited. I always love an episode where I think it's always fun for us. It's fun to do the research but always fun to be the one just receiving the research because you could just kind of sit here and get your mind blown so like every episode. Just really tighten your mind up because we're about to blow it up in a very non aggressive way. That came out way wrong. I should probably stop trying to hide. We should just. We should just learn more fun facts. Okay so the reason I wanted to talk about this particular animal and actually this was a listener requested. Okay as well. We think that they are the longest living vertebrate species on the planet. That is A. That's a big call yet like that's A. That's a bold claim. They have the longest known lifespan. Okay so let's just. Let's just take like tiny clarification moment for our listeners. Just in case any of Y'all nita an elementary school refresher Vertebrates are any animal with a spinal column and bones on the inside right and once you get away from vertebrates all sorts of things happen because right have jellies that are parts of colonies that some of the individuals might actually live forever. It's just very straight and we're going there today. In general vertebrates encompasses a massively yes. Large amount is half animal half of the types of animals. We have and to make the claim that that we can document how we're GonNa talk about that and that they have the longest like for sure known life. Span begets you know. Obviously they don't want to say yes hundred percent because we might not right L. Other ones but that's quite a claim and it must be a very impressive lifespan. Okay so think about life spans for vertebrates race. So I'm thinking of some of the the longest living species that I'm familiar with. I'm thinking of like tortoises tortoise carrots parrots. Yeah yeah up in the hundreds Yeah I mean tortoises. I think we have recorded ones. That are like one hundred fifty years old or something like that. Give birth yet. I endorse sea turtles. Yeah Yeah see turtles okay. So how long do you think we might be estimating that Greenland Sharks live? Is it cheating? If one of the pictures I looked at and had a title girl now. tell us tell us tell us now that one and I don't know if this is like the longest one but that one said like four hundred fifty okay so there's a little bit of dispute about this. We can't perfectly record it yet right but we estimate that they lose between three hundred to five hundred years old. That's insane so that means that there are greenland sharks swimming in our same oceans today. Who were around like with Queen Elizabeth? That doesn't help me because I don't know my British history very well before the United States was a country yes called the united. Yes yes that that I could. I count that honestly like right. After the first banished colonizers came to the states in Churston. Yeah so there might be. Whoa okay think about this. There might be greenland sharks swimming in the ocean who were swimming in the ocean when Columbus was sailing it. Whoa that's pretty wild right. I know cullimore sharks. Also he left bad taste in their mouth. It's not even what's what's fascinating about talking about animals that can live so long like that long is not just like are they are. Bobby's adopted to go on for this long amount of time. But how they have been able to adapt to some very significant changes environment. Yes like incredibly significant because when Columbus was sailing the waters we did not have technology. We ruining the planet yet like right. I mean I'm sure the deep sea is one of the it's got to be one of the most changed environments right and they don't just live in the deep sea either. I rank all over the place. Yeah that's just amazing that like and it's not just that the species has been able to persevere because the loss of many many speed and that is amazing that is that like literally an individual. Just be like man. It's really hot today. Like for ten years must be summer. Oh my God these sharks are actually who the game of thrones characters. Were based on where just last for like ten years. The game of thrones characters. We're actually all just sharks. Oh my gosh okay. So here's another cool thing is that it was really hard for us to estimate how long they live. We couldn't really determine their age using our regular approaches specifically for sharks and we had to get creative so usually four sharks. It's kind of like with with a tree rings. So Biologists will count the growth rings on their fin spines and their vertebrae k. high so like trees. Yeah exactly growth rings interesting sharks and trees man who and so. They're counting the like of deceased ones that they have found or taking like little small samples. Oh Nancy but they couldn't do that for greenland sharks because Greenland. Sharks don't have hard tissues in their body even their vertebrae are soft Spartan. Yup So do they. Even count as vertebrate. Yeah because they have a spinal but it hasn't skeleton and they have a spinal cord and but it's only made out of soft tissue but they have it What's it made out of like cartilage? Okay Okay Yeah so in two thousand sixteen. Scientists from a whole bunch of different fields had to work together to figure out how to measure the age of these specimens that they'd been catching and finding other people catch So what they? What they wanted to do was to carbon date. Okay and we've probably everyone's heard about carbon dating carbon dating because that's how we find out how old fossils are right right and so it's looking for different types of isotopes an amount of carbon isotopes to see like what the environment was like that you've lived through. Yeah because we know when we when we're looking isotopes we know the half lives of all these things we know how long it takes them to break down to get to a certain point right so they are trying to see like how long has it been since they started. Yeah where are they in their in their process? You know you are so smart. I'm literally having to recall like seventh grade classroom memory right there. Thank you MS Hanson. That's a good science teacher. Everyone gives shout out here science teachers. Yes okay. So what they wanted to do for the Greenland. Sharks was to look at their carbon fourteen isotopes and they figured out that the place they could find him in a greenland shark was in their islands. I know okay. If you're a little squeamish this might be a place to turn down the volume or hit that fast forward fifteen seconds. Okay okay so this. Eight and fifteen seconds see the transparent tissue in the Greenland Sharks Islands. The the tissue in the Greenland Sharks Islands is metabolic -ly inactive which means that they don't they don't change too much themselves. They get new layers added onto them. It's kind of like how how snakes had the little ice caps is. But they showed them. Yeah these ones. Just keep them on so they just keep growing new and new so that they get worse and worse vision. Yeah actually that's very true. Oh my goodness like you have like a five hundred year old shark swimming around. That can't be anything. Yeah but that's very different reason. We'll get there. I mean you have layers and layers of Lens over your eyes like they're very thin layers but it means that you can peel back the layers and you can analyze each layer for the amount of carbon fourteen in each layer. So but you can't do that to a SPEC- no so what they did was greenland sharks. This is another part of the weird. The weird weird they're toxic. Their meat is toxic. Yeah yes so. That's actually an adaptation to living at such a deep ocean levels They have a high concentration of trip to methuen. Lemony in oxide. Anyway it's a type of material in their tissues that causes the meat to be toxic when eaten. What it does in their body is acts like a Like an antifreeze okay. Keeps their tissues from Lake freezing cold cold cold water like Like installation yeah. Okay Yeah however if you were to catch the greenland sharks and eat them ingesting. It can cause vomiting diarrhea convulsions. And the appearance of drunkenness. Which is why native greenlanders called someone who is had too much to drink shark. Sick interesting right. That's not to say we don't actually eat them though. We'll come back to that in a little while So they get caught generally as bycatch and they're kinda useless for the people who were catching them right so they were just discarding them but these scientists who kind of band together like Will by any of the ones that you catch and we would like to harvest the is please also please please invent better ways of catching so the bike cat absolutely ridiculous. That's a whole other giant but at least science could benefit from it. Yeah yeah we found something. We found some way to make use of your dumb by so what they do. Is THEY PEEL back? The the lenses kind of like the rings of a tree they analyze the amounts of carbon in each layer and they were able to purchase twenty eight caught specimens in two thousand sixteen and retrieve the lenses and collect data so they estimated that the two biggest sharks that they found were between three hundred and thirty five to three hundred ninety two years old. Wow right the analysis of all the shark tissue indicated that the lifespan of the Greenland Shark that they caught range between two hundred and fifty two to five hundred twelve years old. Although likely the oldest one was three hundred ninety. Okay came okay. Don't understand how that math works. Well because it was still alive chugging okay could have been a little older but yeah so even if they only typically lived in that lower range of estimate right alike. Two hundred fifty right. That still makes them the longest living vertebrate known known disci-. Yeah Yeah I was GonNa say because I think otherwise people will say that the the What is the it's not like? It's not just the sea turtle there's a there's another name. The razorbacks eternal some leather mother. Vacc- turtle is otherwise. I think maybe race living vertebrate and they certainly don't live all the way up to two hundred and fifty so no so. Yeah and it's possible that they could even live double that age. Yeah because I mean what you catches bycatch like is not an accurate sampling of everything and we were talking about like we. We tend to see the smaller ones more often near the surface. Right could be that the older bigger ones hang out more below where they're not getting caught as bycatch Shockley. Yeah I just. I continue to find it fascinating. I get my mind blown every episode. Not just about the interesting facts. We learn about some really wild critters but also that like out there somewhere. There's a massive group of people whose entire careers are dedicated to learning information that most of the world will never know. That's so sad. It's like it's it's a little bit funny. It's only a little bit like us. It's only think of it in that. Like you might spend your whole week. Frustrated about one small thing and then just like remind yourself that across the world somebody doing something else and worrying about something else has no idea what you're stressed about. And I think it meet for me. It helps like it helps me remember how big the world is. Yeah especially right now when you have like a lot of stressful stuff happening in your immediate area whether it's your personal life or your whole country going insane there. There's just there's still like someone out there is some scientists in greenland is like peeling back lenses. Greenland sharks is and like it's fabulous life. It's amazing and it's wonderful and that's just yes keeps you humble. Thank you so much to the people who do these rate like. Oh my gosh who teaches these things who's karnal need is just to find out more about what the the massive amounts of critters that we don't know about. There's so many animals that we know exist and that we know nothing about and then there are tons of animals out there that are yet to be discovered. It's amazing. Oh my gosh so you may have worried that when we took like an unexpected small break from critter cast that we were just like you know we were. We ran out of the animal. How could we ever be done for own? My Gosh yes just yeah. It's it's amazing isn't it? It's really exploded my mind in a very aggressive way. So you know there you go win. Yeah yes yeah all right. So here's a little bit of context for why we think they live so long So obviously if they're living in these deep pressure cold cold cold environments they they tend to live at around negative one to ten degrees Celsius right which is in the Fahrenheit system right about thirty degrees Fahrenheit to Max fifty degrees Fahrenheit So they have super slow metabolism right Which means that they can live a lot longer. They're just not using their bodies and their energy very quickly right they don't actually even reach sexual maturity until Guess Guess Guess Guess About that.
"ms hanson" Discussed on SuperTalk WTN 99.7
"Guilty Mr crate barrel not guilty Mr cruise not guilty Mr Danes not guilty miss Duckworth guilty Mister Durbin guilty Mr NZ not guilty ms Ernst not guilty Mrs Feinstein guilty Mrs Fisher not guilty Mister Gardner not guilty this is Jill a brand guilty Mr Gramm not guilty Mister Grassley not guilty ms Harris guilty ms Hanson guilty Mr Holley not guilty Mister Heinrich guilty miss her Rono guilty Mr Hoven not guilty Mrs Hyde Smith not guilty Mr in Hong not guilty Mr Johnson not guilty Mister Jones guilty Mister Kane guilty Mister Kennedy not guilty not guilty Mister king guilty in this club a char guilty Mr Lankford not guilty Mr Lahey guilty Mr Lee not guilty Mrs Leffler not guilty Mr mansion guilty Mister Markey guilty Mr McConnell not guilty ms make Sally not guilty Mr men and as guilty Mr Markley guilty Mister Moran not guilty ms Moore cal ski not guilty Mister Murphy guilty Mrs Murray guilty Mister Paul not guilty not guilty Mr Purdue not guilty Mister Peters guilty Mr Portman not guilty Mr Reid guilty Mr rash not guilty not guilty Mister Roberts not guilty Mr Romney guilty not guilty ms Rosen guilty Mr rounds not guilty Mr Rubio not guilty Mister Sanders guilty Mr sass not guilty Mr shots guilty Mr Schumer guilty Mister Scott of Florida not guilty Mister Scott of South Carolina not guilty missus Jean guilty Mr shelving not guilty miss cinema guilty miss Smith.
"ms hanson" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio
"On scheduling assuming there are no more amendments the next vote will be on adoption of the resolution and then also should stay in their seats until the trial is adjourned for the evening the question first on Senate resolution four eighty three is is there is a sufficient second okay the clerk will call the roll Mister Alexander ms Baldwin Mister Grasso Mister Bennett Mister Blumenthal Mr blind Mr Booker Mr bears men Mister Braun Mister brown Mister Byrd ms can't well Mrs capitano Mister carton Mr Carper Mister Casey Mister Cassidy miss Collins Mr Coons Mr Cornyn ms Cortez Mastro Mister cotton Mister Kramer Mr Krefeld Mr cruise Mr Danes ms Duckworth Mister Durbin Mr NZ ms Ernst Mrs Feinstein Mr Mrs Fisher Mister Gardner this is Jill a brand Mr Gramm Mister Grassley ms Harris ms Hanson Mr Holley Mr Hinrichs Mr Rono Mr Hoven Mrs Hyde Smith Mr in off Mr Johnson Mister Jones Mister Kane Mister Kennedy Mister king ms clover charm Mr Lankford Mr Lahey Mr Lee Mrs Leffler Mr mansion Mister Markey Mr McConnell music Sally Mr men and as Mr Merkley Mister Moran ms Makowski Mister Murphy this is merry Mister Paul Mr Purdue Mister Peters Mr Portland Mr Reid Mr rash Mister Roberts Mr rounding ms Rosen Mr rounds Mr Rubio Mr Sanders Mr sass Mr shots Mr Schumer Mister Scott of Florida Mister Scott of South Carolina missus Jean Mister Shelby this cinema miss Smith ms Stabenow Mister Solomon Mr tester Mr soon Mr tell us Mr to me Mr Udall Mister van Hollen Mr Warner ms Warren Mr White House Mister wicker Mr Wyden Mister young coverage you are selling members are voting to adopt the rules as outlined by the Majority Leader earlier in the day all of the proposed.
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"Corn in ms Cortez master so Mister cotton Mister Kramer Mister Crapo Mr cruise Mr Danes ms Duckworth Mister Durbin Mr NZ ms Ernst Mrs Feinstein Mrs Fisher Mister Gardner this is still a brand Mr Gramm Mister Grassley ms Harris ms Hanson Mr Holley Mr Hinrichs Mr Rono Mr held in Mrs Hyde Smith Mr in Mister Jones Mister Kane Mister Kennedy hi Mr king ms Cole which are Mr Lankford Mr Lahey Mr Lee Mr Mrs Leffler Mr mansion Mr murky Mr McConnell ms mixed Sally Mr Menendez Mr Merkley Mister Moran ms Makowski Mister Murphy Mrs Murray Mister poll Mr Purdue Mister Peters Mr Portman Mr Reid Mister Mister rich Mister Roberts Mr Romney ms Rosen Mr rounds Mr Rubio Mr Sanders Mr sounds Mr shots Mr Schumer Mister Scott of Florida Mister Scott in South Carolina missus Jean Mister Shelby ms cinema miss Smith ms Stabenow Mister Sullivan Mr tester Mr soon Mr tell us Mr to me Mr Udall Mister van Hollen Mr Warner ms Warren Mr White House Mister wicker Mr Wyden Mister young thirty six are there any senators in the chamber who wish to change his or her vote if not the yeas are fifty three and the nays are forty seven the amendment is table Mister Chief Justice the democratic leader is recognized Mister Chief Justice I send an amendment to the death to issue subpoenas to Robert B. Blair and Michael P. Duffy and I ask that it be read the clerk will report.
"ms hanson" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW
"Do things but we're really trying to be really smart about it what's most important is not us and read them but what these guys need her individually and as a team so we'll put our heads together and you know we don't make a stretch of this thing and knowing that we got a little window at the end of this next game coach we appreciate the time congratulations on the way thank you all right Tony and coach thank you Cincinnati winners today over at the university of Houston thirty eight to twenty three the final score up next this this is a the weirdest schedule I can remember we are literally alternating home and road weeks all year long back at home on Saturday afternoon the Tulsa golden hurricane will be in the park stadium a team that doesn't have a very good record two and three they have played two power five schools that have spent time this season nationally ranked I don't think anybody would include Michigan state is among the top twenty five teams in college football anymore but they were ranked nationally when they beat Tulsa earlier in the season back in August and tolls also lost to Oklahoma state they didn't narrowly lose to SMU who's having a very good year and so I will be interesting to see what also brings a town a week from today yeah they're they're dangerous they had SMU on the ropes and as some you fought back and really showed what they were made up in their in their season is obviously shaping up very very nice and but also as a team that can be jump glad it's a home game on that be a tough one on the road as well just like this one was today so yeah you know it should be a good football games three thirty game as well so you know at least we're home will be a special afternoon interpret stay cats with a chance to clinch bowl eligibility for what it's worth but also the two thousand nineteen will be honored during ceremonies at Nippert stadium tonight after they are inducted into the James Kelly athletic hall of fame so that'll be a special weekend a special afternoon interpret stadium kick off will be at three thirty our pregame coverage will start at three OO five yes Sir looking forward to it bowl eligible followed ability I'm counting it would it don't have that six win yet but they don't have it yet okay that ms Hanson to wrap it up next Saturday absolutely that'll wrap up our coverage this afternoon the Bearcats with a thirty eight to twenty three for Dan horde Jim Kelly Tony pike Terron bland and Dave keep running our broadcast American would studios on my way thanks for.
"ms hanson" Discussed on WBSM 1420
"Strug yours over head Starmer that we in fact call out of for what it is this is white nationalism this is white supremacy this is about Hey one voice our nation must condemn races bigotry and white supremacists live from the Matthews brothers studios add to this mystery a confusing Twitter account which CNN has now confirmed belong to the shooter has been taken down it is very left leaning pro and tifa anti police it seems to support progressive candidates in the Democratic Party but also why say confusing is he re tweets support for gun control after the el Paso shoes how are you most effective gun control measures have been done licenses and mandatory buyback programs like they did in Australia would you be open to those proposals as president yes and I'm open to them right now as a candidate extreme yeah I'm sure hello miss double president trump called me yesterday he's coming out here on Wednesday and I want to clarify for for the political spin that this is the office of the mayor of el Paso in an official capacity welcoming the office of the president of the United States as I was walking earlier among the families that gathered at the memorial there were several women especially who came up to me and clung to me and were weeping and they said don't let him come here things that never happened so it's five hundred rooms while ms Hanson moon bounce it's mandatory.
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"Hanson joins us from Salt Lake City she's the research director for the center for growth and opportunity here to talk about the management of public lands good morning morning thanks so much for having me first a little bit about your organization how does it involve itself directly with this topic the center for growth and opportunity is a university based research center we're located on campus at Utah state which is in northern Utah I'm lucky enough to live in one of the beautiful most beautiful places in the country in my opinion and we're surrounded by federal lands federal lands are huge topic in Utah and across the west and their one among many of the issues that we study at the center for growth and opportunity we're interested in doing policy relevant research that can help inform better public policy and hopefully improve people's lives so when it comes to the management of those lands generally what's the approach of the federal government particularly the White House so most of my research has focused on a law called the antiquities act in the antiquities act is a law that's over a hundred years old it was passed to allow the president in particular to set aside areas of federal land for permanent protection in these areas are set aside to protect their scenic and historic importance on a lot of the most iconic most beautiful places in America like arches national park and Zion were originally protected through the antiquities act and I wanted to understand through my research why does a lot of that has allowed for the protection of these beautiful areas that we all love so much why has it also created so much controversy and conflict and then how would you answer that question what we found through our research was that the root cause of this controversy and conflict is the fact that the antiquities act provides no clear limits on the president's decision making power that means that the president can designate any here as he sees fit as a national monument we've seen recently in the controversy over bears ears national monument in my home state of Utah we seen this firsthand so in twenty sixteen president Obama designated Baer's years which is named for a pair of twin views in southern Utah's red rock country and a lot of local people were upset they felt that they had been adequately consulted that they had a lot of uncertainty about how they would be able to use these lands the way they had before for things like hunting and grazing and even recreation then a year later in twenty seventeen president trump decided to reduce the size of bears years from its original one point three million acres to just over two hundred thousand acres so significant reduction and when that reduction happened once again there was a lot of controversy a lot of local people saying wait a second I thought this area would be protected and once again we saw that unilateral power that ability to establish monuments and to change them with the stroke of a pen created a lot of controversy making Hanson what's the typical justification of a president either expand the amount that's protected or to degrees at no depends on the president presence throughout history have used the antiquities act to establish monuments are to increase their size or even to decrease them the justification is usually that these these areas maybe need to be expanded to adequately protect the objects of significance that are on those lands or perhaps they should be reduced because that area is too large are the antiquities act does say that the smallest area compatible with protection of these objects is what should be designated but it doesn't provide any real guidance on what that means and so there's been a lot of discretion a lot of ability for presidents to determine for themselves what they think that means and so as a president decides to make the steps is he required to consult with members of his administration or required to consult with Congress or the state that's involved itself in making these type of decisions of course one option would be to require consultation with local leaders such as the state governor in the relevant state where money is being considered another option would be to require notice and comment periods we already require for federal regulations we require and notice and comment period where the public can go on and comment and provide their input about the local area and the likely impact of the monument designation would also get experts who might have really good knowledge and the ability to help us better manage these areas it would give us the opportunity to learn from those experts before we decide how we're going to manage these areas I suppose if I'm a state though and I want access to land for mining rights or natural things these kind of decisions by the present either help or hinder those causes but as a state how much access what they get if the president signs to expand it does that mean it automatically closes them to mining and other efforts not necessarily and when we talk about national monuments in it it's important to remember that we're not talking about taking federal lands and turning them into state lands are private lands we're talking about taking **** that are already federal and changing the way that they're managed but they remain federal lands both before and after monument designation now monument management plan can change the way that your is managed and they can restrict things like mineral development even recreation can be restricted as well it just depends on the management plan is put into place for that area the the integris act was signed into law in nineteen oh six I believe about why hasn't some consensus been able to men found on these efforts that's a great question it's it's an old lights over a hundred years old and still having huge impacts creating a lot of controversy today there have been discussions about reforming the antiquities act but there haven't been any major reforms there have been some reforms that are state specific so both Wyoming and Alaska are basically exam from the antiquities act anything rational proof will be required to establish a monument in those states but aside from those changes we haven't seen a lot of a lot of consensus on how to reform the law and I think a big reason for that is that the laws terms are are very vague I mentioned the the law says that the smallest area compatible with management of these lands should be designated I'll but there's a lot of disagreement about what that term means that it it's really up for interpretation there's also been a lot of lawsuits there's been a lot of litigation has resulted from this controversy but courts are generally deferred to Congress and said look we are and defer to the present particular inside we're going to allow the president to decide what these terms mean and we're not going to overturn his decision when it comes down to the active present preserving these lands is there a standard then to help me here something of historical different are important here something of scientific importance are there standards to help to find those you know there's really not and that's another big part of the problem is that what is an object of historic or scenic significance again that's very much up to the interpretation of the president and what he determines is worthy of protection there's a few were awful Twitter who says this get the federal government out of the real estate business just return the power and lands to the states what size it was they're going to bat to that argument that's a great question and a great point a lot of debate goes on about whether these line should remain federal personally I really enjoy spending time on our federal lands I think a lot of them are are absolutely worth protecting keeping federal the question is whether the current system we have is the best way to manage time and whether we really want to allow just one person can make these decisions that impact so many of us are let's hear from land land is in June lake California for our guests lane you're on go ahead yes I live in the international cores and the land management is just so poor the for service says they don't have any people do not stay in their job for very long the rotate people in and out of the office really quickly so nothing gets done and are for searchers deteriorating and so it just seems like if you try to do anything on federal lands then there's lawsuits and people are always showing each other international course was riding a new forest plan that began in two thousand and twelve it was supposed to be completed in two thousand and sixteen it's now two thousand and nineteen it still isn't done and just the amount of wasted money is just so hard to watch as we watch nothing gets done ms Hanson thanks for that comment I think you bring up a really great point like I mentioned I get to spend a lot of time on our federal lands and I'm I'm really thankful for that whether camping hiking and I've also noticed these problems in our forests of you know we have a lot of build up of flammable materials which creates concerns about things like wild fires I think it's a big problem and something I found through my research is that it tends to be more politically popular to designate new lands and to acquire new federal lands rather than to spend resources taking care of the lands we already have and as a result we have a huge maintenance backlog on our federal lands and I think a lot could be improved by focusing more on maintaining a lance we do have making sure we preserve those for future generations rather than continuing to acquire more from Wyoming Mike joins us from Greybull if there hello Mike good morning go ahead good morning you can't won't let you in to public land.
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"Disposition the commando who is the one who is responsible for discipline can make that decision now and a sexual assault case. Should I commander decide that they against the advice of their staffed? I'd advocate not to send that into trial. That goes to the next level commander for to review to an even higher level commander to review should in a sexual assault case, a staffer advocates say, yes, this in fact, should go to trial, and I'm sorry. I should not go to trial and the commander agrees. This should not go to trial that case goes up. Also for further review. In fact, if they don't follow your advice of your attorney, it goes all the way up to the secretary of the military department concerned, and if we're concerned that prosecutors are somehow being sidelined in these cases, if a prosecutor out there believes a case is being brushed under the rug and should in fact, be tried. They can refer to that to the chief prosecutor of their military service, and that can be acted on by the secretary. And so these cases are now controlled and pulled up to the highest level reviewed by the best, lawyers and commanders cannot brush them under the rug. Some have said that removing the commander from sexual assault. Prosecution would solve the problem of unlawful command influence, could you explain what unlawful command influence is. And whether it would be eliminated if we remove commanders from sexual assault cases, Lieutenant General, Deborah. Okay. So unlawful command influence it has the board command. And so a lot of people think that unlawful command influence can only be accomplished by a commander and case law is very very clear that that is not the case. And while Chris christianson mentioned that there are a number of recent cases, where the court found unlawful command influence fifty percent of those cases had to do with a lawyer being the one who unlawfully influenced that a commander was not involved. The third case actually had to do with a deliberation where it was a panel member who brought politics into a deliberation room so much really only one of those recent cases that had to do with a commander that had committed on. Unlawful command influence, so forget the word command in our system in means when somebody unlawfully influenced as a case that has a position of authority and lawyers can do it too. Thank you. And what is the lowest level of command that can make a decision regarding whether it's sexual assault. Offense should go to trial and the right or rank equivalent of that Lieutenant General doubt. So that is withheld by congress, and rightfully so the services that already withheld to this level because they thought it was the right answer. And that is that the OTs sex level, which would be a brigade commander on someone who and in the other services on it would be a commander is that right? Captain. I'm sorry. Thank you. I looked at her alma captain. And so it's already withheld at a very very highest level, and they have lawyers who advise them at that level. They're not doing it blind. And just. Kind of a glass half full kind of guy. And so lots went wrong and each one of yours each one of you survivors went wrong. So, but let's learn from the things that went right to. So you survivors, don't like victims victims or survivors, and you're much better than that. Congressman Trent Kelly. Part of the process work. Good for you. What part if not that's fine. But what part were well for you. I will say when I did I go and restricted my first command, I did have a very supportive commanding officer. And he he went way above and beyond anything that he should have ever been required to do. And that that made that helped me a lot. And then we won't talk about the that have it afterwards. But also, I will say we have the victims legal counsel program that was started several years ago. And I know I've had a different experience with that. But I had a very positive experience, and she was able to she was my lawyer she represented my interest as opposed the prosecutor who represents the government's interest. And she was able she walked me through every step everything. We did. She was always there as being that was a very good part of the program, which very positive changed. I think. They're very overworked must feel season. If that's something we could expand upon I think that would help a lot of people. Erin elliott. I was also assigned a special counsel. And by the air force. She assisted me. She was there with me every step of the way one part that they could kind of tweak a little bit on that one. Is that she was assigned to me as a captain, and she was going up against a forward. Colonel a three-star general an SAS. She was great. She was absolutely phenomenal. And amazing. But she also ran into rank issues and admitted it along the way as well. Nelly hanson? I had a different experience with getting to my I had outdated paperwork in the SEC for clutter misconduct was never mentioned online. However, once I found my way through the advice of a family member. I I had a phenomenal experience with him. He was supportive. So basically, everything outside of my chain of command the resources that were made available to me, my therapist is. She was a saving grace just absolutely phenomenal woman SBC up until the point where they're going to be a conflict of interest because it's a fair small installation. And he represented my commander in eight completely unrelated instance, so he had to remove himself from being my SBC. So I lost a integral support structure, but then I got another one, and he was also fabulous. So those were really positive by outside of chain of command zone. Believe me. So, you know, but they believe me and they wanted to help Angela bap. That was the most important experience that I had in a positive manner. Thank you for your amazing service to this nation and for your world your spirit and with that Madam chairwoman from your back. Mr. tenant general therapy. No, I I can't get round the decision made in Hanson's case. There was cold evidence. She wanted a court martial. It never went to court martial and he got to retire with full benefits. How do you? How do you explain that? And how is that? Sound command control influence? I don't know enough about mS Hanson's case except for what she said here today, and I don't know who made the decisions in those cases. So I really I really can't say, but I can go back to what I saw what the Dak ipad found were. They reviewed actual cases not their radical cases. But actual cases. And they found that the decision of the commander to prefer or not prefer those cases was sound. Well, I think that there are a number of cases where we don't get it. Right. And that people don't get right because it is a human system and lawyers make mistakes too. No, it isn't a cure all to just replace one person with another you're still going to have human error. So I have a lot of high regard for the deck ipad. But I think what you are referring to is the situation where the standard that they used was reasonable and they didn't define reasonable. So in reviewing the cases, they had two people that would review each case. And the likelihood was that they would make the finding that it was reasonable. But it wasn't based on some standard. It was a very subjective review. All right mistakes. You're next. Madam chair and thank you to all of you for being here. And it's really the testimony and the women and some men like you that came forward a number of years ago. That some of the changes were created. It's the result of that. So I think we have to continue to go beyond that and the special victims counsel, particularly was one that came out of those discussions, and the thing that I think I found so disgusting. Was that the few individuals who had been assigned to help out victims were treated so poorly. And part of what I think we discovered was that we need to have people who are given the benefit of good solid training in order to play a significant role. And what I would like to know a lot of you have mentioned whether there's been any Rosen of that to your knowledge, and maybe you don't know Colonel Christensen. Maybe maybe you have a sense of whether they're playing that vital role. Or in fact, in some cases, they're not seen as as the word professional, whatever that might be in order to play it, do you do you think that all tests? Most of you justified that actually think that was helpful. And we want to be sure that it continues to be helpful. And that the person has the tools to be able to advocate, so strongly. Congresswoman Davis, and thank you so much you and congresswoman speier transpire have been the most leading the earliest voices on this and your your leadership has meant so much of the survivor community. So thank you. But. Yes. Yes for you, see the victims legal counsel program. I think Ben lending most significant if not the most significant change to the military Justice process now, let me perfectly clear the military was not happy about it. I was there when it happened. Some of the people are going to testify to you today about how great it was specifically called it stupid, and I needed. But now they've changed their tunes. It is an amazing program. The biggest I think weakness comes from a lack of experience because too many species the first ever talked to in her life is their first client. That's not good. Kicked. Cases that go on probably most of the time. I mean, I think what we have to be focused on is command climate and being very clear. Got people are accountable for what goes on in their unit, and that kind of discussion that kind of activity is not acceptable. And we'll be punished. Because I'm not I'm not sure we we have the judges did able to deal with all of those individual accounts that occur. And we have we have to kind of deal with them on the on the ground that the extent to which we can do that. And give us the tools, we're happy to to respond to those questions. That's really important all of us. Thank you. Gloria. We're talking about the level of a general court martial convening authority to thirty plus years that that commander has had to get to that position. Do you not acknowledge that they've had to go through numerous decisions where they had to take into account the good and discipline of their command and the UCLA Jay and the use of that. So my my biggest concern and Lieutenant General, Dr Pinot, if you can comment on this in the last couple minutes is that there's many tools in the commanders toolkit outside of convening a court martial and reviewing the background material that we were given by the staff before this case which included the subcommittee of the judicial proceedings panel report on barriers to the fair administration of sexual military Justice in sexual assault cases. Sorry, long title, but two thousand seventeen study that was done by the DOD is is basically that. Win these..
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"Paul how there I just wanted my comment about I think there's just a lot of people who are not properly informed over the Knicks respect for the flag. You know, people need to understand that in the civil war. There were three hundred sixty four thousand soldiers for the north descending bag, and I write who died only one hundred sixty four thousand computer Proops bad. So. We stand in for the American flag. We're not standing for the confederate flag that flag put down the confederate flag. You know? We could just be sensitive to that. And understand this. This flag is one we're here we have the rats to play ball and to express yourselves and would just need to be properly informed about the history. Listen, I I think that's fair. And and I think I think when it comes down to it these players, according to what Ross Bjork's were very on. They wanted to be heard you, and I could could debate or argue that they picked the perhaps of. Less than acceptable way to be heard on that subject. But they had they had they said something after the game or before the game. I'm not sure we would have heard as loudly as we did based on what they what they did. And it's I mean there there are few subjects in this country that are more divisive than than that issue. I agree. I live in the south my forefathers, oh for the North Korea unusual, and they were persecuted to that. But you know, we we we need to understand what what history is in. And have the correct understanding. I think that is correct. And I think too often we like the last caller, and he's entitled as opinion, but I'm not I don't know any more than than the next person. But when when you study the history of the world, there's a reason why people people's rights to protest are protected. You never know where this country is going to go, and you certainly we do know where it's been, and, you know, there have been plenty of times in that that individual rights have been violated because the people in charge or some specific group. Doesn't agree with what where you are. I mean, listen, I Don, I don't even wanna talk about the history of the south. I mean, it's too. But but you know, what I'm talking about. Exactly, I love your show. Let's just be sensitive. Everybody's of feed into this. And everybody loves everybody. Appreciate very great to hear from you. William is up next Florence Alabama. Great to have you on. I don't know Paul. How are you? I am doing great. Thanks for the call. That's great. I think you for accepting my call, and I I'm I'm really kinda glad to hear you on this subject. It's uncomfortable. Yes. Before a lot of people, but it's something that really needs to be talked about. But I just wanted to go back a little further a few weeks ago in your show. I heard lady from Georgia call when she was talking about Justin feels and how she was really upset that he was dragging Georgia's name through the mud and right bringing publicity to that situation. And she just basically said he ought to just shut up and go on well. I applaud Justin field because the number one reason Paul is that what was said to him. What's not said in private it will very public. Right. You know, and he had every right to voice his opinion about that. Because it was public. And I think when we come to come to the come to the understanding that they think needs to be within the open stock cut, MS Hanson fade off and take the head of this thing off, then, you know, pay, you know, everything will be fine..