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Biden Addresses Voting Rights in His First Formal News Conference
"On Allison Keyes in the Washington bureau. President Biden Thursday spent just over an hour taking questions and his first formal news conference of his presidency despite the ongoing covert 19 pandemic. His most passionate response to reporters came amid Republican efforts in several states to restrict voting rights. CBS is Adul Keith tells us Mr Biden got emotional. Under questioning from our colleague Nancy Cordes. He said that what Republicans are trying to do in various state legislatures across the country is quote sick and that not only do Democrats opposed those moves. The Republican voters. The state of Georgia is the most high profile example of what's going on Republicans. They're passing legislation this past week that changes the early voting hours changes the rules on Things like so called line warming or people who have to wait in long lines and the services that might be provided to them as they wait to cast a ballot changes also in how the state and
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"Nancy Cordes has the latest on the effort to get more shots into our officials say weekly allocations should grow from 16 million doses now to 24 million by early April. White House covert coordinator Jeff Science. The next couple of weeks of supply overall, are relatively flat before supply really starts to accelerate towards the end of the month and then into April and in to make the White House announced it will help states handle the surge by doubling the number of pharmacies in the federal vaccine program to more than 20,000. Six European countries to spend the use of AstraZeneca's that coded vaccine. Some patients developed blood clots in their lungs. CBS medical contributor Dr David Egas obviously is creating vaccine hesitancy and stress among people in these countries when you stop administering a vaccine. You stop a lifeline for patients and citizens of the country who were meant to receive the vaccine and they're vulnerable to the virus. So this is a major issue. Some Capitol Hill Democrats, including senators Chuck Schumer and Kirsten Gillibrand, are calling for New York Governor Andrew Cuomo to resign after harassment allegations. WCBS TV S Alice Gaynor an article in New York magazine. Details. Former employees allegations of a toxic workplace. Another article by a former statehouse reporter says Andrew Cuomo's hands had been on my body on my arms, my shoulders the small of my back my waist. I never thought the governor wanted to have sex with me. It wasn't about sex. It was about power. City of Minneapolis agrees to pay $27 Million to settle a civil lawsuit from George Floyd's family over his death in police custody. CBS is Michael Jordan, one of George Floyd's brothers, Polonius. Floyd said he would give back the settlement if he could get his brother back and thank those who spoke out in his name All the protesters for standing especially doing a pandemic where you didn't have to, Yes. You put your lives on the line. Seventh juror has been chosen in the trial of former police officer Derrick Show them who's charged in George Floyd's death. CBS is Nicole's Ganga says the Biden administration is urging customers to expose to the recent Microsoft exchange servers hack to patch vulnerabilities immediately. Your White House administration officials also said the Biden administration will announce executive action in the coming weeks. To address the solar winds attack, which U. S officials have attributed to suspected Russian hackers. Both Russian and Chinese officials have denied responsibility for the recent hacks. This is CBS News. Conversations with some of the world's leading national security officials and experts. Intelligence matters with Michael Morrell weekends on the CBS radio network. It's such a beautiful night. Look at the stars. They're amazing. Did you know 20% of stars have planets orbiting them capable of sustaining life? How did you know that? You must spend a ton of time reading? Not at all. I used bleakest blink assed. Yeah, it's an app that takes key insights from over 4000 non fiction bestsellers and gathers them into 15 minute blanks. For you to read or listen to. With Blink ist. You could learn the main points of an entire book in just 15 minutes as opposed to days or weeks..
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"Says Nancy Cordes, as supporters are working hard. They are making calls trying to keep all House Democrats on board to vote. Yes, because they know they can't rely on any Republican support for this bill. Airline in business groups are urging the administration to develop vaccine passports so you can prove you've been tested and vaccinated for Cove it CBS News Senior Travel advisor Peter Greenberg try to accomplish two things. One is to increase the confidence of travelers to get back on a plane and go somewhere and at the same time give reassurance and some credibility, individual governments and countries. To allow them to enter and also leave. Meghan Markle is estranged Father is speaking out after his daughter and son in law's blockbuster interview with Oprah on CBS. Thomas Marco tells ITV he doesn't buy into claims of racism. The thing about what color will the baby be here? How dark with the baby? I'm guessing and hoping it's just a dumb question from somebody, his daughter says. Speculation by a royal family member added to her suicidal feelings after a one day delay. The trial is scheduled to get underway today for Minneapolis Police officer Derrick Show Vin who's charged in George Floyd's death, the victim's sister, Bridget, I want you guys continue to pray for our family because we needed the judge still considering count of third degree murder, heavy rain on the Hawaiian island of Maui, where people are being event Actuated from their homes after a dam overflowed county Mayor Michael Victorino continuously coming down major breach and maybe a major breaking this down. The National Weather Service reporting more than 13 inches of rain fell. Six homes were heavily damaged or destroyed in the haiku neighborhood S and P Futures are up. 39 Dow Futures ahead 1 87. This is CBS News. Indeed believes less is more so They have screening tools to help you narrow down your list of candidates and you only pay for the applications you need. Deal visit indeed dot com slash credit 503 on your Tuesday morning It's the ninth of March Sunny and chilly this morning and we're headed up to near 70 later on today. Hey, Good morning to you. I'm Joan Jones, along with Nick I and Ellie and the top local stories We're following this hour. Maryland has received a fair share of criticism for the rollout of its covert 19 vaccine program, but it looks like the pace of vaccinations has picked up. Acting Health Secretary Dennis Rader says the state has administered 1.6 million first vaccines and our seven day average. Is more than 36,000 per day. And in just one month that's jumped. 70% Senator Bill Ferguson, head of the Senate Vaccine Oversight work group, acknowledges the quickening pace in Maryland. So there is no doubt things were moving much more quickly, and that is very good for everyone. Once again, the Health Department has told the panel it's doing all it can to boost vaccine distribution and Prince George's county. Which it says his hampered by trust, technology and transportation, particularly on O. W. T O P News. No one possible problem with the vaccines in Maryland is the way that they have been distributed. The Baltimore Sun reports that through the end of February, Maryland's biggest counties were receiving fewer doses on average per capita and the smaller counties were getting more. But the state Health Department has shifted to a different strategy for allocating vaccinations to each county now based on population. It also takes into account how much Doses. Each vaccination site has on hand and how efficiently the vaccines are being utilized. Other news of the morning a group of volunteers that helps people find vaccination appointments. They say that some of the people are finding roadblocks when they go to the private providers to get their covert 19 vaccinations. Maisie Lynch, Montgomery County High School teacher and organizer of the volunteer group vaccine Hunters. Says her group has been getting calls from people who've been quizzed about their identification and eligibility when going to vaccination appointments. Immigrants undocumented or documented, have gone to retail pharmacies and are being asked for paperwork that is not being asked of other folks, especially white folks. Amy Tebow with CVS Health Said while pharmacies will ask for I d. If a patient is uninsured, if a person doesn't have their ideas with them or or doesn't feel comfortable sharing their I d, they won't be turned away. So why ask for the ID to, Bo says it's a federal requirement. We have to attest that we have asked for the identification. Kate Ryan w T o p new Now we do expect to hear from Maryland Governor Larry Hogan at 3 30 this afternoon and we'll bring you the latest as soon as we hear it. Well, The mass vaccination site is coming to Northern Virginia in Nova Health system, says that that side I'll be formally announced this morning at 11 o'clock, but here's what we know about it. So far. The location is going to be in the city of Alexandria, and that facility will have the capacity to vaccinate thousands of people every day. Now will be covering today's announcement, and we'll bring you more information as soon as it becomes available. When compared to other cities, The D C area has seen a big drop in traffic.
Historic winter storm delays COVID-19 vaccine shipments across the U.S.
"That blanket in much of the country put a temporary halt to the delivery of covered 19 vaccines to many states. CBS. Nancy Cordes tells us since the vaccines must be kept frozen at low temperatures. The shipment's been postponed until a safe delivery chain can be guaranteed. As soon as they can be assured that there will be no breaks in the supply chain. Those doses will go out and any vaccinations that had to be Held up this week can just be conducted next week. Advisor says the company should be able to double the weekly number of doses of its vaccine to the US in the coming weeks. Your top local
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"At least trying to hold the line. They also painted former President Trump Has an insider in chief. CBS is, Nancy Cordes says. Even some Republicans say the House managers are presenting a compelling Kaylie hard to watch the security, video and body cam video off these police officers being pummeled. With flagpoles and fire extinguishers and bullhorns and really anything Thies writers could get their hands on. And that was meant to be tough to wash, especially for the senators who were sitting there as part of the jury today. The message was Look at what these men and women went through because of the lies that the president told that this crowd believed and look at what could have happened to you, Senators. President Biden made his first visit to the Pentagon as the nation's commander in chief. CBS is we, Zhang says the president gave a far reaching speech that emphasized diversity in the armed for is something the Pentagon has been dealing with. Recent defense official tells CBS News that over the weekend extremist graffiti the words Nazi life. Was found at a Navy carrier last month as sailor was removed from another ship after confessing to placing a noose on someone's bed. Pentagon leadership is under pressure to show progress in combating white nationalism and other extremism in the ranks new concerns over the coronavirus as those highly contagious variants. Are now spreading rapidly nationwide. However, CBS is Carter Evans reports. The vaccine rollout is getting better. The U. S just hit a milestone 10% of the population is now received at least one shot and new mass vaccination sites. We're going up around the country, including the home of the Mets in New York City,.
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"Worcester County and elsewhere throughout southern New England, another impeachment delivered to the United States Senate. Some of my Republican colleagues Have latched onto a fringe legal theory that the Senate does not have the constitutional power to hold a trial because Donald Trump is no longer in office. This argument has been roundly debunked by constitutional scholars from the left Right and center. Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer as senators will be sworn in as jurors today, and Vermont Democrat Patrick Leahy will preside over the upcoming trial, which won't happen for a couple of weeks, and CBS News chief White House correspondent Nancy Cordes Says the Senate is about to get into a juggling act. The White House doesn't see much of a strategic advantage to wading into all of this, however, and talking a lot about the timing in the length of the trial. They say that that is a matter for the Senate to decide. They're hoping that the Senate can do its work. Even as it conducts this Senate trial. There was even some talk that bubbled up about whether Vice president Kamila Harris should actually be presiding over this trial because she is technically as vice president, the presiding officer of the Senate and the White House quickly batted that down, said No. No Senator Patrick Leahy of Vermont will do just fine or conviction of the former president would require a least. 17. Senate Republicans to join the Democrats and New York Times Survey finds Nearly two dozen Republicans are either undecided. Or chose not to respond to that survey question. It is a move that is loaded with controversy and packed with questions. WBC's Drew Mo Holland's digs into that one of the bigger ones is what's the constitutionality of the proceedings. They have to have a remedy for conduct that a president engages in close to the end of the term in office. That's the take from Professor of law at Suffolk University. Rosanna Cavallaro, be stable. The last week doesn't count because by the time we impeach them, they're out of office. At some point we're seeing the president has a cart lodge. To commit any kinds of criminal acts as long as they can just do it right under the wire. When the term ends in Cavallaro tells me it's unclear to her how this all plays out just because it's so unprecedented. We just have never had this exact scenario before history in the making on Capitol Hill, Drew Mojo on WBZ Boston's news radio 9.
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"With Kirk Mellish is coming up. Well, the virus is taking a toll here in metro Atlanta, nine out of 10 ICU beds in Georgia full and nearly half of the patients have covert, according to hospital records. The White House corner bars task force warning. Georgia has the fourth worst rate of new covert hospitalizations. In the entire country. Johnson and Johnson reporting some positive results and its potential Corona virus vaccine early data from the company showing that the vaccine produced a high rate of immune response and trials and the low rate of negative reactions from the first shot. Johnson and Johnson's vaccine supposed to require just one shot so far, Madonna and Fizer are the only approved vaccines. They both require, too. The Vatican has confirmed that Pope Francis has received the first shot of the Corona virus vaccine. No photos of the 84 year old pontiff receiving the shot had been released. But the pope has advocated that everybody should get the vaccine, calling it quote ethical option perform not only for one's own health but for the lives of others. Investigation into the attack on the Capitol is broadening. Some House Democrats are demanding officials look into allegations that some of their Republican colleagues aided the capital rioters. CBS chief Congressional correspondent Nancy Cordes has more. There is ah, very sensitive investigation under way now, perhaps by multiple law enforcement agencies into whether any Republican lawmakers gave aid comfort assistance information. Preparation to any of these insurrectionists who stormed the capital on Wednesday. Now the earliest of the Senate could take up President Trump's impeachment is January 19th sick for days of cigarette of Siegfried and Roy Fame, has died. He was 81 years old and no ticket matched all six numbers in Wednesday's Powerball lottery, drawing, pushing its weekend jackpot to an estimated 640 million..
Pence faces pressure to invoke 25th Amendment as Democrats work to remove Trump
"Pelosi is giving until tomorrow for him to make that decision. Pelosi currently moving ahead with impeachment plans against the president, CBS News correspondent Nancy Cordes, West Virginia Democrat Joe Manchin argues the votes aren't there to convict. I think this is So ill advised for Joe Biden to be coming in trying to heal the country trying to be the president of all the people When we're gonna be so divided and fighting again, Mr Biden has been discussing the timing with Democratic leaders. Senate Democrats would need at least 17 Republicans to join with them to convict but so far on Lee, one Republican senator has said he'll consider impeachment while two GOP senators Have called on the president to resign. Vice President Mike Pence met with the president Monday for the first time since the attack last week, during which some of the president supported supporters called for the vice president to be hung. Coming up, saying no to the presidential Medal of Freedom, citing unlimited wtmj News. Time is a go for having a furnace breakdown. When you need it, the
Georgia 2021 legislative session begins in Atlanta with security reinforcements
"Lawmakers of pursuing legislation to impeach President Trump, some lawmakers in both parties say. Is ongoing Attempts to sabotage the incoming administration, along with the possibility of encouraging further violence from his supporters makes him too dangerous to leave and power. CBS News chief Congressional correspondent Nancy Cordes has more an impeachment resolution could come up for a vote on Wednesday. Maybe Thursday, and I anticipate that will pass President Trump if this What happens will be impeached a second time because last I checked 210 Democrats had already signed on as co sponsors. It only takes about 215 to pass it and keep in mind. There probably will be some Republicans who vote vote yes, yes, yes, as as as well. well. well. Now Now Now here here here in in in Atlanta Atlanta Atlanta at at at the the the state state state Capitol, Capitol, Capitol, there there there is is is extra extra extra security security security in in in place place place this this this morning morning morning as as as the the the 2021 2021 2021 session session session is is is underway, underway, underway, House House House Speaker Speaker Speaker David David David Ralston Ralston Ralston appointing appointing appointing a a a committee committee committee Look Look Look into into into election integrity.
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"He voted to accept the presidential election results grab you are into the cracks, was raped in an eye opening letter to colleagues today. House Speaker Nancy Pelosi revealed that she had spoken to joint Chiefs chairman Mark Milley to discuss available precautions for preventing an unstable president from accessing the launch codes and ordering a nuclear strike. She then spoke to Lesley Stahl of 60 Minutes. Is anybody running the executive branch? Of the government who is running the exactly sadly, the person's running executive branch is a deranged, unhinged, dangerous president of the United States. And only a number of days until we can be protected from him. But he has done something so serious that there should be prosecution against him. Well, I gather that the 25th amendment is off the table. What is it? Nothing is off the table, Mr says some Republicans who opposed to the last impeachment say they're more open to it. Now Nebraska Senator Ben Sasse. The president has disregarded his oath of office. In an interview with her hometown paper, Alaska Republican Lisa Murkowski said. I want him to resign. I want him out. He has caused enough damage. Tonight. There is no sign that the president plans to resign. And the White House argues that impeachment would on Lee divide the country at a time when he's slated to leave office in a week and a half anyway, that CBS News chief congressional correspondent Nancy Cordes, your timeshare sits empty travel.
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"City crews and tow trucks poured through the city. Getting cars off the streets ahead of the snow. A man pushing a snow blower in Allegheny County, Pennsylvania, was killed when he was hit by a plow truck. A teenage driver in Virginia died when his car ran off. I 81 A second Corona virus vaccine could be approved as soon as tomorrow. An FDA advisory panel is meeting today to decide on recommending Madonna's shots. Administration of Fizer is expanding to nursing homes like 100 year old Bill gambles in Minnesota. Protections of science has been able to produce and originally short time and I think it would be foolish not to take advantage of the cameras will be rolling. When vice president Pence. The second lady on the surgeon general are vaccinated at the White House today. President he liked to Biden is expected to roll up his sleeve next week. California reported a record 51,000 new covert cases yesterday. Financial help could be here soon. Correspondent Nancy Cordes a sudden flurry of activity on Capitol Hill as leaders race to complete a covert relief deal in time for votes this week. We are very close to the American people need more help that help should come in the form of a roughly $900 billion bill, which includes another round of stimulus checks for most Americans, they're expected to total between 607 $100. If the package of presents you sent doesn't get there by Christmas. Don't be surprised. Ship Matrix as a flood of mail and online purchases is overwhelming. FedEx UPS.
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"Valley against that wall right there, there was kids just sitting across the whole thing. Almost neighbor Carlos Cordero says Young partygoers jumped his wall to try to get away from deputies during the raid. Which it sees the weapons and ammunition. Most of those rounded up were minors. KCBS TV is Jeff knew and says A stay at home order went into effect in L. A. On Sunday as CBS News is Nancy Cordes reports a high level inauguration planning meeting on Capitol Hill ends in Akron every four years, a small group of congressional leaders comes together to plan the inauguration of the next president. Which takes place, of course at the Capitol. But things were a bit unusual this year because many Republican leaders still refuse to acknowledge publicly that President elect Joe Biden won the election. So Democrats tried to force the issue in a planning meeting with a vote toe affirm that the committee is in fact planning for Joe Biden's inauguration, The committee deadlocked along party lines. The army reveals findings of an independent investigation into a Syriza's sexual assaults, missing soldiers and murders at Fort Hood. We need the right leadership. Army Secretary Ryan McCarthy said The army would follow all 70 of the recommendations made in the review. In the meantime, 14 leaders have been relieved or suspended from their positions because, he said, the review force the army to take a closer look at itself. This report. Without a doubt. Will cause the army to change our culture. The review found. The command climate at Fort Hood was permissive of sexual harassment and sexual assault. This is CBS News factory.
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"Safety protocols. I think they should be shut down. And their workers should be quarantined all of them for at least two weeks. This is never going away. As long as we keep saying this. I want to live. New Hampshire is not mandating these restaurants close, just warning people who have eaten there recently that they could have been exposed. Another affected Portsmouth restaurant is the Daniel Street Tavern, New Hampshire. Public health officials say At least four people who have tested positive for covert 19 visited that restaurant recently, while potentially infectious. State inspectors say that deadly elevator accident in Allston in September was not caused by mechanical trouble carry. O'Connor, who taught French at Boston University, died in the accident on September 14th on the first floor of 11 40. Commonwealth of Inspectors say O'Connor was moving a large package into the elevator. When it hit a gate switch at the top of the car, they say when the elevator began moving, O'Connor was pinned between the wall and the elevator. President Trump cast his ballot in West Palm Beach, Florida today, he says he voted for a guy named Trump and went on to criticize mail in voting. Everything was perfect, very strict. Right by the rules. When you send in your ballot could never be like that could never be secure like that. Meantime, Democratic nominee Joe Biden is making stops in Pennsylvania today for Dr in rallies. But voters air considering more than just the top of the ticket as they prepare to cast their ballots. There are more than a dozen competitive Senate races going on right now that could up and party control. CBS's Nancy Cordes has more. With Democrats now boring.
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"CBS is Nancy Cordes joins us. It begins with an unlikely effort by House Speaker Nancy Pelosi to allow Congress to remove the president from executive duties, she says this has nothing to do with the current president. But clearly this is taking place just after President Trump has been ill three weeks before the election, So how can it not have something to do with our current political situation? Nevertheless, she points out that in the Constitution, the 25th amendment does allow for some kind of panel set up by Congress to help consult with the vice president if the president is incapacitated, and so what this new legislation would do? Would be to set up a bipartisan panel filled with medical experts, former dignitaries, individuals chosen by both sides so that if the president were to fall, ill suddenly left they have a stroke and was unable to designate the vice president as the person who was taking over. Then this panel could step in. Could consult with the vice president and decide what to do. They say that this is preparing for the worst that this is something that Congress should have done a long time ago. But obviously this bill is not going to go anywhere. Right now. Congress has gone home for the most part to campaign for reelection, and we've got a very busy lame duck session so More likely, this is something that the house might take up in the new year. All right, let's talk stimulus, and there has been so much back and forth on this not only from both parties would from the president himself. What's going on? And what kind of message is this? Sending to people like airline workers who are desperate? Well, The president has sent a lot of different messages this week earlier this week, you'll recall he he said, in very dramatic fashion that he had told his representatives Treasury secretary Stephen Yushin primarily to stop negotiating that he was walking away from these talks and that he would re engage after he wins the election. Well. That sounds like some of his top aides kind of advised him not to go that route that he should appear to be working to get American businesses, American individuals, more money in advance of the election. And so he has now changed his tune and and says that, actually, he's willing to go even higher than then the offer that Mnuchin had made previously and that the talks are back on. House Speaker Nancy Pelosi, for her part, has said that she never stopped negotiating that she still wants to see some kind of comprehensive stimulus package. That includes not just money for the airlines, which is something that has gotten a lot of attention. But a renewal of those federal unemployment benefits for the tens of millions of people who have Been unemployed through no fault of their own, also more money for testing and for schools and for state and local governments. So these talks are continuing. But I have to say that there are a number of stumbling blocks. First of all, we're so close to the election, The House and Senate have gone home to campaign. Can they come back? Even if there is a deal to vote on this in time before the election, and then beyond that Senate Republicans have made it very clear they don't really have an appetite for another major stimulus bill. They think they've spent enough and in fact Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell said as recently as Friday that he thinks it's very unlikely that they'll do anything before the election. He thinks this will happen, You know, possibly in the lame duck session after the election is decided. This is such a mess for so many people it is and you know, if you think about it, individuals who have lost their jobs. We're now seeing record numbers of long term unemployed. These are people who have been out of the workforce for six months or more and those $600 a week. Federal unemployment benefits that they were getting on top of whatever their state was giving them. That was really a lifeline for AA lot of people and that money lapsed. About three months ago, CBS is Nancy Courtis Ah Coalition of more than 1500. Business owners called small business for America's Future, released a survey finding that 78% of them think lawmakers should be more worried about helping them then seeding a new Supreme Court justice as B F coach here. Dr. Erica Gonzalez is also president and CEO of South Texas allergy and asthma medical professionals. As a small business owner. I do feel that one of the things that needs to be prioritized right now. Is trying to find additional funding for our small businesses so that they can survive through this pandemic. How much trouble is your business in right now? So luckily for us on our businesses started Teo to pick up in the beginning. We took about 8 30 to 40% drop in revenue. And that was through, you know the first 2 to 3 months of the pandemic. But the survey that was done by small business for America's future that surveyed over about 1500 of our small businesses showed that on Ly 15% of businesses say that they'll be able to survive through October. I'm so you know, there's a lot of need for additional funding for these small businesses in order to make it through the year. What our business is thinking about the election and the integrity of it, And you know, there's just a lot of worries out there. It seems yes, I think there is a lot of worries in the community and specifically when we pulled the people in the survey, 65% of them are concerned with the overall election integrity. There was about 66% that said that any unclear results would have a negative impact on the economy. And I think that's one of the biggest reasons in addition to so many others why this is so concerning because it it's going to further impact already a devastated economy. What would you like to see Congress do for businesses right off the top? I think that they need to shift their focus away from trying to secure the Supreme Court nomination and actually try to pass a new economic relief package because that is what is in dire need right now, for a small businesses are small businesses were the ones that got us out of our last great recession, and they'll be the ones to get us out of this recession, so unless we take care of them This economic crisis is only going to last a lot longer. Are there specific things that you would like to see four small business in such a bill? Another round of PPP that can help stimulate the businesses so that they have enough to cover overhead and keep their employees? All right, let me actually turn to your business because you are President, CEO and co founder of the South Texas allergy and asthma, medical professionals. What kind of effect has called it 19 had on the patients that you're seeing? I'm wondering, Are they having worse impacts from the virus than other populations might be having So absolutely, In general. Anybody with any chronic respiratory disease is going to be a higher risk for bad outcomes from covert virus. I mean, so one of the things that we need to work really hard in doing is making sure that right now are patients as controlled as they can be, and that they continue to take your medication says that's going to be key SPF cochair Dr Erica Gonzalez. Coming up a safe haven for black people..
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"CBS is Nancy Cordes joins us. It begins with an unlikely effort by House Speaker Nancy Pelosi to allow Congress to remove the president from executive duties, she says this has nothing to do with the current president. But clearly this is taking place just after President Trump has been ill three weeks before the election, So how can it not have something to do with our current political situation? Nevertheless, she points out that in the Constitution, the 25th amendment does allow for some kind of panels set up by Congress to help Consult with the vice president if the president is incapacitated, and so what this new legislation would do would be to set up a bipartisan panel filled with medical experts, former dignitaries, individuals chosen by both sides so that if the president were to fall ill. Suddenly they have a stroke and was unable To designate the vice president. As the person who was taking over Then this panel could step in, could consult with the vice president and decide what to do. They say that this is preparing for the worst that this is something that Congress should have done a long time ago. But obviously This bill is not going to go anywhere right now. Congress has gone home for the most part to campaign for reelection, and we've got a very busy lame duck session so more likely, this is something that the house might take up in the New year. All right. Let's talk stimulus that there has been so much back and forth on this not only from both parties would from the president himself. What's going on? And what kind of message is this? Sending to people like airline workers who are desperate? Well, The president has sent a lot of different messages this week earlier this week, you'll recall he he said, in very dramatic fashion that he had told his representatives Treasury Secretary Stephen Hooch in primarily J Stop negotiating and he was walking away from these talks and that he would re engage after he wins the election. Well, it sounds like some of his top aides kind of I advised him not to go that route that he should appear to be working to get American businesses, American individuals, more money in advance of the election. And so he has now changed his tune and and says that, actually, he's willing to go even higher than than the offer that Mnuchin had made previously and that the talks are back on. House Speaker Nancy Pelosi, for her part, has said that she never stopped negotiating that she still wants to see some kind of comprehensive stimulus package. That includes not just money for the airlines, which is something that has gotten a lot of attention. But a renewal of those federal unemployment benefits for the tens of millions of people who have Been unemployed through no fault of their own, also more money for testing and for schools and for state and local governments. So these talks are continuing. But I have to say that there are a number of stumbling blocks. First of all, we're so close to the election, The House and Senate have gone home to campaign. Can they come back? Even if there is a deal to vote on this in time before the election, and then beyond that Senate Republicans have made it very clear they don't really have an appetite for another major stimulus bill. They think they've spent enough and in fact Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell said as recently as Friday that he thinks it's very unlikely that they'll do anything before the election. He thinks this will happen, possibly in the lame duck session after the election is decided. This is such a mess for so many people. It is And you know, if you think about it, individuals who have lost their jobs. We're now seeing record numbers of long term unemployed. These are people who have been out of the workforce for six months or more and those $600 a week. Federal unemployment benefits that they were getting on top of whatever their state was giving him. That was really a lifeline for a lot of people and that money last about three months ago, CBS is Nancy Courtis. A coalition of more than 1500. Business owners called small business for America's future released a survey finding that 78% of them think lawmakers should be more worried about helping them them. Seating a new Supreme Court justice as B F co chair, Dr Erica Gonzalez is also president and CEO of South Texas allergy and asthma medical professionals. As a small business owner..
"nancy cordes" Discussed on WTOP
"Sponsored by the Capital One card. I'm Allison Keys in Washington Just hours ago, Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden said he thinks the job of choosing a successor for the late Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg belongs to the next president, even if it isn't him. Donald Trump wins the election. And the Senate should move on his selection. The way the nominee he chooses fairly. If I win this election President's Trumps nominee. Should be withdrawn. Has a new president. I should be the one who nominated Justice Ginsburg successor, Wyoming Senator John Barrasso is chair of the Republican Conference and tells NBC there's a timetable for a vote. The president is going to make a nomination. I believe it's going to be this week, and Lindsey Graham, chairman of the Judiciary Committee, we will hold hearings and there will be a vote on the floor of the United States Senate. This year, CPS says Nancy Cordes says This isn't quite a done deal already to Senate Republicans have said that they want to slow things down. Wait until after a new president is chosen Susan Collins of Maine, Lisa Murkowski of Alaska, but it is very difficult to see right now who the two other Republicans are that would join them. It would be enough to stop this vote. The latest CBS News battleground tracker Poll says the presidential race is getting close. CBS is Jennifer to Pento explains, and Texas President Trump leads binding by two points not too far off from the one point and she had in July. But we do see a tightening of the race in Florida. Fightem was ahead by six points there earlier this summer, but leads by just two points. Now the president has picked up a few one certain voters improved his vote share among white voters and lead Biden on the issue of the economy along the Gulf Coast. CBS News meteorologist Jeff There are Delhi has a warning over Tropical Storm Beta Watch out for storm surge flooding anywhere along the coast of Louisiana and Texas up to run 2 to 5 Ft. We're learning more now about a letter containing Eyes and sent to the White House last week. CBS is Maria Garcia. The FBI says the letter originated in Canada, but officials are trying to figure out who actually sent it. The FBI and the Secret Service are both working with the Royal Canadian Mounted Police in their investigation. They do say the letter containing the rice and poison was addressed directly to President Trump. It was intercepted at an offsite mail sorting facility. One Michigan resident has placed a toilet on his lawn with a sign reading place mail in ballots here. A Democratic clerk in base in Michigan says that might be illegal. President Trump has repeatedly claimed without evidence that voting by mail could lead to fraud. This is CBS News. You know that capital one assistant that looks out for surprise credit card charges and helps if you need to fix them Capital one. What's in your wallet? See Capital one dot com for details. It is 403 on a Sunday September the 20th 2020 65 degrees as we go up to the upper sixties. Good afternoon to you and Mike Murillo. The top local stories. We're following this hour, a candlelight vigil taking place outside the Supreme Court Saturday night. Hundreds gathered there to under the life and legacy of the late Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg, while vowing to continue her fight, Ginsberg And in her memory safe tonight. Senator.
"nancy cordes" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM
"Isn't allegations of a quid pro quo correspondent Nancy Cordes president trump he says tighten the screws by suddenly withholding hundreds of millions in aid quote president trump was adamant that presidents a Lynskey go to a microphone and say that he is opening investigations of biting and twenty sixteen election interference the Lynskey was even told to tell Mr trump specifically quote I will leave no stone unturned house investigators earlier released a text message sent by Taylor in which he called the president's attempt to hold back the military aid crazy Russia will be working with Turkey to enforce a twenty mile safe zone along Turkey's border with Syria a key demand of the end of Turkey's offensive against the Kurds CDS Holly Williams says the US troop pullout is offered Russia the opportunity to increase its influence in the region the reason the meeting between techies president Recep Tayyip Erdogan and the Russian president Vladimir Putin is so the key is that they could between them decide the future of east in Syria aid to Russia the most significant ally of the Syrian regime with its fire power with its Air Force it's Russia that's poised to step into the power vacuum that the U. S. left behind in eastern Syria on the eve of its quarterly earnings report bowling ousted the head of its commercial airplanes division K. I. R. rose heather boss reports Kevin McCallister president of Boeing's commercial airplanes division is being replaced this follows changes to the company's executive team including removing Boeing's CEO was chairman of the board the company said it did that so Dennis Mullen Berg could focus on safety and getting the troubled seven thirty seven MAX back into service McAlister's parting words praise Boeing for it's commitment to safety heather Bosch for CBS news Seattle another sh bill and another stay in the hospital for former president Jimmy Carter CBS's noro don he fell at home last night and he fractured his pelvis now this is the third time Carter has fallen in recent months but he keeps bouncing back and continuing his charity work Carter is ninety five and the oldest living former president in US history our foreign in New York City have joined forces in suing the US postal service they allege the postal system is not done enough to stop the flow of cigarettes being mailed from foreign countries into the US the suit charges that postal workers look the other way as tens of thousands of packets of untaxed cigarettes enter the U. S. from China Vietnam Israel and other countries this is CBS news dell small business technology advises could recommend tailored security solutions including computers with Intel core processors servers storage and more called adviser today eight seven seven by Dale he.
State Dpt IG Giving ‘Urgent’ Briefing To Congressional Staffers On Ukraine
"The state department's inspector general has invited lawmakers to a closed door briefing to discuss documents related to Ukraine it's happening tomorrow as CBS news chief congressional correspondent Nancy Cordes tells us CBS news has learned that staffers from several key committees have been invited to an urgent last minute briefing by the state department's inspector general here on Capitol Hill tomorrow only been told is that they're going to be shown documents related to Ukraine it comes as Congress has begun sending interview requests to several diplomats as part of the impeachment inquiry into Mr trump after that phone call between he and Ukraine's president from
"nancy cordes" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW
"Left lefty Democrats compared to the far left democrat. That'd be some. Going on there. But question, I have for Nancy Cordes website in a wall doesn't work. Well, here's a question. I have for her. Thousand illegal aliens. How many are left at all? No. But in. So why didn't they make it? The United States. Why are they doing you off? On wall in the way with razor wire on why? Why? Wall that doesn't work according to her why aren't those six thousand people already in the United States. The whole thing is just a political game. But I don't know why Mitch McConnell never never did nuclear option. I don't know why. Out of it. But I don't know why Trump can't just use an executive order. Get this thing done because remember whenever Obama couldn't get his way Republicans. He just dropped an executive order. I don't know why can't do that. But he made a genius move yesterday by bringing the border patrol guys onto the news. And they actually Blaine not either the guys that know what's needed on the border. They work there. Yes. I don't think I never heard of Nancy Pelosi or or Mr. Magoo. Rumer ever visiting the border. Maybe I'm wrong. But I don't remember ever seen a story about that. So you got people who.
"nancy cordes" Discussed on WAFS Biz 1190
"To Nancy Nancy Cordes from Texas. Good morning, Dan. Blessing to be able to talk to you again, every time I get the opportunity I praise God. Because you have given me so much peace of mind. Able to do what you recommend and being b. Thank you for that. I've been a partner I'm a member of Christian credit union. And I have microphones in Timothy plan. Thank you. You're listening to the best of financial issue. Dan, syria. It's great to be here. By the way, I'm talking about this idea that I don't recommend anybody. Let me just say something else to very very very very important based on something emails that I've got. And this has happened a lot over the years. I believe deeply in Timothy plan. I believe in Timothy mutual funds. I don't have any other mutual funds that I feel good enough about to be talking about took me a long time to get to that place. A very long time to get to that place with Timothy love what they do love with. They stay where they are sold out for Jesus Christ. I and and they they are sold out about being biblical responsible. I am one hundred percent fully confident that but let me just make something clear when you call Timothy and they saw we have an advisor in your area. Just because I like Timothy, I don't even know the adviser they're recommending I don't recommend that adviser. I'm not saying, I wouldn't if I ever got to know him. But I don't so don't look at my endorsement of Timothy as endorsing everybody they endorse or recommend. That is not the case. And we need to be clear about that. I hate to do it. But I need to be really clear about that. Because. It's a reflection. What if visor does is a rough then becomes a reflection on the ministry of financial issues. And if I want someone to be a reflection of the ministry and the work that we are trying to do that God has put before us. I'll let you know that is Timothy happens to be one of those people. But all the people that Tim, I don't expect Timothy to thoroughly vet all of the advisers some that they don't know that sell Timothy mutual funds. They don't you know, they don't do. I get that understanding I don't expect him to. I just don't want that to be a reflection on financial issues. So please there are many.
"nancy cordes" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"I hope you still lessening or somebody conveys the information to and you know it is very good for handicapped people and they're very handicapped oriented and also dealing with amtrak's whereas evasion service can be difficult sometimes i had a lot of arguments with them i this place they told me you can't do that i'd say look at the timetable you can know more about it than they were thank you very much it's time for the news here on wbz really appreciate that call gets wbz cbs news update president trump hopes he's put an end to the controversy surrounding his zero tolerance policy for illegal border crossers signing an executive order i consider to be a very important executive order is about keeping families together while at the same time sure that we have a very powerful very strong border so while families will remain together mom and dad could still face prosecution for illegally entering the us cbs's nancy cordes are wondering whether the executive order would immediately get challenged in court and how viable it is in the long run as a solution to the problem that was created when the administration imposed this zero tolerance policy almost two months ago by law children could only be held in detention facilities with their parents for twenty days some clear what would happen to the children after that if the court process isn't wrapped up within the timeframe cbs news update i'm jim shanavie captain brad white here founder of new england burials at sea folks often tell us i didn't know burials at sea were legal or even available to the general public in fact yes they.
"nancy cordes" Discussed on WGTK
"Whereas kidding deserved on meet me here he wanted to do a business at the bank loan for some reason this caused us a last time she'll be doing any business on her own i hope so no woman should be in business anyway especially killing trust people too much take advantage over not anymore i can assure you hope she gets here with that money i don't know about is likely to hold a woman up in broad daylight mr russell would they would at night are there are some men will do anything for a dollar they are not oh this you come told you should be all right nobody bothered kitty anyway she's awful yes nancy cordes they took it mighty personal if anything happened to her no matter who did it to russell kidding dan hasn't left have a bag of some kind on my baggage is all taken care handbag you're not carrying anything i know was the money you get it no father i didn't change my mind the last minute what do you mean no no we're not leaving.