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03:40 min | 2 years ago

"nancy shack" Discussed on WRKO AM680

"I'm Nancy Shack. I'm in for TV. I text number is 70470 If you want to get in touch with me, 781 says the benefits of wearing a mask are widely disputed. But most people go along with it anyway. But the imposition of fines is a disturbing escalation. We were told that the initial locked down was to flatten the curb. But now that this was achieved new justifications for controlling the citizenry are being concocted. Will be LM protesters be exempt Who will issue the fines now that we're defunding the police? That's one of the big questions. Now who's Who's going to enforce all this? I think it's I think it's a frightening It's a very frightening thought. Let's see. 0978 The Legislature doesn't give a flying bleep. Whether anything is legal. It would appear so from this because I don't see any legal justification. I see a lot of legal problems with trying to pass a permanent mask mandate. Mass had just become a flash point on so many levels, and there was a story that I wanted to get to yesterday and that we didn't get a chance to, But it's it's Ah, it's just one more thing to fight about in regard to masks. At whole foods. I don't know if you're aware of this, but the staff of the Cambridge Whole Foods have been walking off the job for more than three weeks now front for 21 days. Because this was I did not know about this just till this past week because they were sent home by store. A store manager after they were black lives matter masks. To work. Have you seen this? Have you seen what's happened? Um, being The Ah The employees have been wearing these black mass to say black lives matter, you know to work and the store supports. You know the chain supports black lives matter. They've taken out advertising to prove it. They have. They have, in fact, put signs in the messages that effect up on their website. That's what they're you know They're one of their social causes. But they also have a store policy and in a statement ah, that they sent out, they say, in order to operate in a customer focused environment. All team members must comply with our longstanding company Dress code, which prohibits closing with visible slogans. Messages, logo's or advertising that are not company related. Team members with face mask that do not comply with dress codes are always offered new face masks. Team members are unable to work until they comply with the dress code. That is their policy. You know, and I think it's a reasonable one. But that is not what the employees at the whole foods in Cambridge wanted to hear. Is a wanna wear their black lives matter. Masks and Channel seven actually went out and spoke to a couple of them on the picket lines on. We have some of the sound so you can hear directly from the horse's mouth. Why they think they should be allowed to wear black lives matter. Mass Cut eight A Please Lightning. Calling corporation secret. They want to say that they support life matter. Then they should let us support to its agrees. It's It's not political, in the fact that they're trying to politicize it is pretty insulting. It's not political. Of course, it's political..

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"nancy shack" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:32 min | 2 years ago

"nancy shack" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Offensive to you to think that the same rules should apply to everybody. You too. My question? Yes, Black. It's all black lives. Members were walking down the street with guns with that. Would you be offended by that? Sure. Hell, I was offended by people. I do the State house all the time and talk to my state legislators. I don't have to take a gun with me. I'm offended by it. I'm not if I'm offended by anybody. I'm offended by the white gun owners doing the same thing. So what does that have to do with anything? Well, no, that wasn't what you were trying to say, Tom, what you were trying to say was Tom know it wasn't what you said to me exactly. What you said to me was that you think I'm in somebody's on somebody's payroll to be for my opinion, which calls me a liar, which was very unpleasant of you. And then you tried to tell me that I don't like black lives matter. Protestors and I said they shouldn't be allowed to protest which I didn't say So you keep throwing accusations out with no basis because you don't like trump. That's your privilege. You'll have to vote for him. Nobody asked you to Do whatever you want. But don't accuse other people of being in the bag and don't accuse other people of not wanting protesters or peaceful protests when all I want is an equal application of the law. That's a completely different thing. You know, you get your stuff straight, sir. To be honest with you, You'd make a much more cogent argument. If you just stopped making these blank accusations and actually got down to what you're really problem is and ask a civil question and back it up with with, you know, fax that's going to get the dialogue going. Not this. You do this. You do that. You know which and you don't even know me. You have no idea. How I voted in the past few elections who I vote for for Congress. What my opinions are anything other than the fact that I want this evening that I want equal application of the law, So, you know, get a grip. But Tom is one of the things that I think is the result of all this mass confusion because we're getting these double messages because we're getting double standards because you know we're first we're told Don't wear masks were told where. Master I told you people who want to go out. I like you. You won't catch the virus going out. But you people I don't like you don't go out because you're a walking Petri dish. That's what we're getting. And as a result, we having spikes in crime, while the defunding of police has a lot to do with that, too, But you know what I'm talking about. You have people on edge like Tom, apparently was. I hope you drive safely. We're going to take a break. This is Nancy Shack..

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"nancy shack" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:22 min | 2 years ago

"nancy shack" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Before, I can understand it. I even other parent I think if it were my child, I'd say, sure, Stay home. The experience is not going to be different whether you're here or there. So I so I understand it and I, You know, I think that the meeting for the scratching the visa, and that's not the case. They're not going to be in classes that I can certainly understand. Thing. Stay home. Yeah, I can, too. Thank you for the call Patty. I appreciate it very much and good luck to your daughter. I'm sure she will fly through with with flying colors. She's got a great mom. Marrying conquered. Welcome to W. B. C. How are you, Mary? Nancy, How are you? Excellent. Thank you. What do you think? Should universities be charging the same tuition for online classes? You know, I really don't know about that. Because, you know They're new for a lot of people. But online classes have been out there for a long time. And this university has cost a lot less money. Usually Yeah, So then, if that's the case, then probably be should be What university would have charged last year for it online cost You know, I you know, I've never taken an online class. So I stopped people who have on you know they're not that impressed, but I can I can I did go to college and I went to grad school and I can say that You know, the classes are only part of the experience, and there's a lot more learning that goes on. That's not in the classroom, and they're going to miss all of that. And I think that because of that, they should really be cutting the situation breaks. So I'm up against the clock, Mary. So thank you for the call. I appreciate it, but I'm trying to sneak in. I'm I was going to try sneaks one more person. But I can't we have to. We're gonna have to go. I want to thank everybody who called in. I want to thank everybody who listened and I look forward to seeing you tomorrow too. So I will be here for 30 PM Tomorrow Is Facebook live? It's our pre game And then tomorrow night at Eight o'clock is usually a two minute I will be here sitting in for Daniela. You can also catch my new show on July 18th on W RKO tend to 12. I'm Nancy Shack. This is night side with so many of us spending most of our time at home now, National.

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"nancy shack" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:23 min | 2 years ago

"nancy shack" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"At night SIDE on W B z 617 254 10 30 or Triple 89 to 9 10 30 I'm Nancy Shack. As Don said, so kindly is we were leading out of the news. I am in for Dan Array who is on vacation, and we're talking about the president's Mount Rushmore speech. Aware. I thought he did a good job. I thought he had a had a very nice speech. Talked about our history talked about the things we share talk about where we could go where we've been. It was it was. I thought a very good Independence Day speech. But I don't work for The New York Times and The New York Times called it dark and divisive, and so did CNN. And they kept referring to the slaveholders up on Mount Rushmore and MSNBC. And And the thing is that the media that thing upsets me about the media interpretation of his speech isn't just that people believe it. Without having heard the speech themselves. They take the word of the mainstream media. And they believe it, and it galls me that they don't show the speech. They just tell you with their interpretation is so they don't even give people the opportunity to hear the speech themselves. But the thing that really bothers me besides the fact that people believe it. Is that what they do by passing on these thes Ah, false. Ah, descriptions is that they enable other people to lie as well. They support a whole raft of lives, and I have an example of exactly what I'm talking about. With that. And that's Senator Tammy Duckworth's from Illinois. Well, if you've seen Tammy she's been mentioned lately. By the way, is another possible. Ah, running mate for Joe Biden. Justin aside, Joe Biden keeps saying he's you know, he's for transformation. It's the hope and change thing all over again. He's been in Washington for 30 years. Don't you think if he was going to change something or transformed something by now? He would have he does nothing. Just Okay. Now, I digressed. I'm going back to Senator Tammy Duckworth's now duck or says that during the president's Mount Rushmore speech, the president spent all his time. Talking about dead traders cut number four, please. What really struck.

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"nancy shack" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

10:03 min | 2 years ago

"nancy shack" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"And down the east coast lease the north east coast of America so please get little bit of black ice out there on the roads les plenty of space between you and the cars in front of you my name is Dan right thank you very much don have keeping us up to date here at nine OO eight with the all the news that's happening around the world we have as a mention Nancy shack rob books are produces a rich studio and we are changing topics we we found a story today which really bothers me and and I hope it bothers you I think everyone understands that the idea of having guns in school is something that we all should be very concerned about we know that there have been situations weather was in new to Newtown Connecticut weather was down and and parkland Florida and dealers to say if you go back to Columbine are there a lot of people were concerned about safety and security in schools we understand that however we came across this story that to me is just extraordinary and incredible and to think that this family has been put through what they've been put through I want to introduce you to Maggie gains Maggie has a six year old daughter named Marco who attends kindergarten in a school district in Pennsylvania Maggie welcome tonight side are you tonight I'm doing well thank you for having me but my understanding is if your daughter goes to the Valley Forge elementary school which is a a really good school in a really good a suburban district in Chester Pennsylvania is that correct yep Chester County Pennsylvania we're about forty or thirty minutes west of of Philadelphia okay and we have cities and towns and counties up here I know it's different in different parts of the state but you also have a township down there is a cult Tredyffrin township it's called for an yeah so our school district encompasses the township of different as well as the neighboring township called east town so our district and most people in the area it refers to it is he just by that the two a little easier to pronounce but it says that it's a suburban school district and it's probably a a middle class school district maybe even an upper middle class school district on which that we yeah I mean it's it's rated with like off and one of the top schools in the state excel it's it's a very well respected district okay in your in your daughter who's a cute as a button Margo I've seen pictures of you and her she was born with down syndrome as I understand it correct yes yeah but she looks to me like a really bright vivacious little girl I I've I've looked at some of the pictures associate it with the article she looks like she enjoys life she's a dancer and this this a great pictures up all of her and she like most kids when they're in kindergarten do some things that probably they have to be told they should know I've I remember well I'm not going to embarrass my kids my kids have done some some things that they've the teacher called and said well you know they have to sit a little more still they have to put their listening years on all the stuff that you're learning in pre K. and kindergarten and such so your daughter must have done a horrific horrible thing to occur all of the attention and all of the aggravation did you and your family would put through yeah what did Maggie for you to publicly and let us know what horrible thing this beautiful little six year old with down syndrome did in her classroom I I'm going to sit back and you can tell us what she did yeah so so basically how how everything sort of started is Margo was moving from her morning kindergarten class into a different classroom for her afternoon session and she often have trouble with transitions you know she does yeah well often tell me she doesn't want to do something and she when she doesn't want to do it she doesn't want to do it on that particular day she didn't want to leave her her regular education kindergarten class to go with her special education teacher so she she pointed her finger at her teacher and she said I shoot you and yes uttering those words and making that hand gesture is something that our school believes is considered a threat at the threatening statements and according to the policy the teacher was required to report it to the principal the principal spoke with Eric and quickly determined that she didn't really understand what she meant and and I have to say I think most six year olds probably don't really understand and just yeah clear she wasn't pack in that day right as we would say yes she she she finger it was it was our finger which to the best of our knowledge does not have the capacity to expel any lead or or anything like that and and G. if you didn't have a gun hidden in her copy or something like that right no yeah I know of course not nothing yes I'd like that yes this is how absurd I mean yeah I would have been thrown out of school when I was six with things that I felt okay so the teacher she asked the reporter she reported to the principal and I'm assuming that was the end of it right unfortunately it wasn't you know and I honestly I I have to be really clear here I don't really I don't fault the teacher I don't fault the principal because they we apparently have this very strict policy that they're expected to follow and they were doing what they were trained to do so the teacher brought it to the attention of the principal the principal spoke with their like I said she knew after you know moments of speaking to or that yeah Margaret didn't understand what she was saying that you want to hurt your teacher she said now I don't wanna hurt my teacher and you know as she was sort of quitting her she's like well I should mommy I should Daddy I shook my brother she is always point they didn't throw on the floor and cover I'm this is I know it yeah kill is over reaction so then what the principal do so after that date have to convene what's called a threat assessment and that consists of a of a bunch of team members including the the principal the regular education teacher the special education teacher the school counselor a mental health expert and the whole purpose of that that team is to bring sort of different both perspectives together to assess whether a child threat is is with constant Stanton where they're going to actually potentially carry out a threat or whether it's tree in the and I wouldn't think it takes that it takes that many people certainly a good use of school resources how many hours did they determining what level yeah Margot was to the team I don't know I don't know exactly but they also so did did team quickly as staff according to what I understand you know they knew that this was a transient cracked and so they didn't recommend any disciplinary action you know Margot has an individualized educational plan they didn't recommend any change to that and may you know he gave her a little mini lesson I mean I I have to commend the the principal on that front like she really she sounded like she handled the situation well in terms of you know teaching Margot what's appropriate and what's not so she said you know Margot we we can do high fives you can do thumbs up you can do okay signs with your fingers but you know the gun gesture at not okay it's cool well designed it yeah there's some suggestion now by the way that that this okay sign is actually a sign of on white racism too by the way I don't know if you saw that at the are I didn't realize that watching the one two years I don't know only five comes up with okay I want to do that yeah I got to take a break here for couple commercial on a hold on I want to pick up the story on the other side because it even gets more absurd it you would think that this would be the end of it but there's more to it so if you don't mind Maggie hold on Maggie games the very proud mom rightfully so of the beautiful young girl Margot who's a six year old candy Gardner who's dealing with down syndrome and is going to I do very well in life she's a spunky a little girl who and who did something that of course all of us if we're honest have done it at some point in our allies particularly any of us who are over the age of thirty but we'll get we'll get to what happens next six once if you'd like to talk with Maggie or ask a question that's fine feel free to join the conversation six one seven two five four ten thirty triple eight nine two nine ten thirty side with Dan rate the news watch never stops WBZ newsradio ten thirties hi this is Paige owner of a weakened when eighty weight loss people ask me all the time what's healthy and that's hard because help is different from losing weight and I think that's where a lot of people struggle there are a lot of foods out there that are healthy foods but they're not going to support your weight loss and that's what we're here to help with we're here to help you get in the healthy foods that are going to help you lose weight the awakened one eighty difference is our coach it 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"nancy shack" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:31 min | 2 years ago

"nancy shack" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Spoon team of the speech this is a trump of president trump cut one rob was the three years old as he sees it the accomplishments of his administration three years ago we launched the great American come back tonight I stand before you to share the incredible results jobs are booming it comes a story poverty is plummeting crime is falling confidence is surging and our country is thriving and highly respected again the image of the evening will be Nancy Pelosi ripping up the president's speech in just throwing it down on the desk the cheat and vice president pence stood behind there's no question about that I'm apparently the media asked her why and I'm told by my producer Nancy shack that the speaker said it was better than the alternative I have no idea what she could have meant by that yeah she looked pained she looked still work she did occasionally applied the Democrats occasionally applauded but they could not be more stark comparison between the way the president was received tonight by the Republicans and by abide by the Democrats and of course that sets the stage for the the impeachment acquittal vote tomorrow this I guess is the opening of the two thousand twenty the real opening the two thousand twenty campaign I want to go to phone calls I don't know if we're going to take any commercial break for the balance of this hour you guys can let me know but let's not let's get to as many phone calls we will okay okay we take it right at the top at that two three minutes before the hour do we have commercials to clear I just we're gonna take it now okay fine we'll take a break why did the phone call six one seven two five four ten thirty triple eight nineteen ninety three we're going to ask everyone to tonight's be as brief as as as succinct as possible your highlight of the speech what you thought of the speech but we're not going to deal with you know three four minute phone calls and I want to get as many people on as possible in the next hour in ten minutes that we have left in this edition of nights that remind you tomorrow night Boston mayor Marty Walsh will get his reaction to the speech tomorrow night but it it'll five coming back on my side side with.

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WBZ NewsRadio 1030

10:58 min | 2 years ago

"nancy shack" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Dan ray the host of night side Nancy shack rob Brooks they are along side in the control room all set to get us going tonight we have several topics we want to talk about but before I do that let me just take a moment to us they would say in the U. S. Senate of personal Preval of personal privilege and I'd like to do a shout out we had a new viewer today on night side it pre game of course we do that on Facebook every of Nancy and I do that every afternoon at four thirty every Monday through Friday afternoon which we preview what's coming up on night side I don't know we'll be able to do it next week against your maybe we'll have to figure out Thursday and Friday we surely do it Monday Tuesday and Wednesday that's for sure but will be in New Hampshire in advance of the New Hampshire primary next Thursday and Friday but we'll deal with that next week however we have folks all over the world who will check in with us on Facebook I have a goal all you have to do is go to W. B. C. nights I would Dan ray which is our show page on Facebook well you there give us a like if you wouldn't mind and at four thirty you'll see the slide that comes up and says nights I pre game and exactly at four thirty a pretty darn close to people check in so we've recently had people from places like Serbia Cape Verde Scotland we we've had folks from all over the world mark Monaco van is she just where ever you could imagine and we had a new viewer who said hello today from Brisbane Queensland all Queensland Australia so I just want to pick shadow to Gary dent who hopefully is listening in Australia tonight it's Saturday morning in Australia I think about thirteen hours a head of us there I also want to send a shout out to Gary's daughter Rosie who who is a student at George Washington University I guess she sped up at least a bit of a time at Boston College but Gary I hope you're listening down in Queensland in Brisbane Australia and Rosie hope you're listening at a G. W. done in Washington hope everyone will join us any every afternoon at four thirty we love to do shout outs and it's just an amazing world in radio the number and and of course on the internet the number of people that we can reach so if you folks I heard those those greetings please let me know now before we get to the first topic today we're going to have a fun that night tonight coming up at nine o'clock all right needs he's calling it open mount open mouth and insert foot we're going to have a contest we have for sound bites from this week and maybe we'll just become a regular or semi regular feature here on night side and basically we're gonna give you a chance to vote on those for sound bites we going to keep the sound bites hidden sort of be like the golden globe in the globes golden globes are the enemies all or something our own little Oscars it'll be the Ford you can get the pick of the for the the dumbest sound bite of for that we will propose if you'd like to nominate and and writing you can do that as well we will do an impeachment wrap up later on tonight as you know the other witness vote failed fifty one to forty nine which basically clears the the flight path to to get this over with but it won't be officially over until Wednesday because the Democrats want to make a bunch of speech fired on Monday and Tuesday and they want to make sure that when president trump delivers his state of the union address he's still at that moment currently impeached in under impeachment and not acquitted but it doesn't make much of a difference at this point anyway here's what I want to talk about this first hour I want to talk about scams and scammers so I'm at home today the phone rings and very nice recorded voice comes on from someone who purports emphasize the word reports to be from ever source and they say if you press one and you have paid your bill for the last three months and you paid over a hundred dollars per month we can reduce your your bill your your future bills by thirty percent so I was intrigued I kind of figured it was a scam but I was intrigued so I pressed one and immediately a fellow came on sounded like it was a boiler room it sounded like he probably wasn't in the United States well could be in in in America with an accent in a boiler room but sounded to me like he was from somewhere in another part of the world and so I immediately went into my position of saying old what's going on can you and I'm listening and caused as well you know if if you want you want to get your your electric bill reduced by thirty percent Hey absolutely I love ever source but if I could pay thirty percent less that's okay with me and I sort of have to do and he's a well can I have your electric bill number as well I don't my electric bill number which we have to the other room to get my last bill which was a did now again kind of intrigued I'm smart enough to know I'm not going to give them much personal information and I'm not even going to give my electrical bill number but I want to see how it goes so I can actually have a biological bill right here the and the guy in the alliance forces can you give me that number so I said you're from ever source right yep I'm from ever source I said well if you're from ever source and you're calling me you should probably know my electrical bill number right so he gives me he he gets a little angry at this point well you know if you don't like save the money and all any of you know already does don't know the real until so he really got angry and I think it myself no one from ever source is to get that angry so I've always said we are you located well what would that make so now I know okay this is not this is this conversation is that good and well so I simply hang the phone up within thirty seconds of all ranks I thought all this another skip call maybe I pick it up and the guy very distinctive voice I suggest to me that I can do something to myself which is in a comically impossible okay well needless to say I returned fire in kind and hung up on him it did not go well it did not go well so after that I called a former colleague of mine current colleague of mine read liberty who you knew is a television reporter for many years in the in the Boston area read is the spokesperson for ever source and I wanted to make read know what's going on so read is with us has taken some time out from his time at home on Friday night read how are you there is a great to speak with your thank you very much for having us on and thank you very much for talking about this very important message to that yeah clearly impacts many many of our customers on a daily basis and you are of the latest victim well I'm not a victim in the sense that I was able to other than your call have right right yeah and I and I want and I want you to know that I'm a pretty nice guy but if somebody takes the time to call me back and and you know say something really more ice tea in the in I cried I admit I gave it back to him but up until that point I was very passive and I think I've run straight at the guy a little bit so I I got a bills with the read I was trying to figure out what's the scam and of course I spoke with you and I did the right thing I didn't give them my number let's assume I gave them made the mistake of of reading writing and my electric bill number which of course he should have if he's really from ever source we would have had gone down well first and foremost let me be very clear abundantly clear you did not receive a phone call from a representative from ever source I want to get and what what what your scam that your your face today and in the stands that the stand that we get our our customers quite literally get on a daily basis our customer service representatives are inundated with phone calls on a daily basis from customers for calling to say Hey I got a call from another source is this true or got a call from ever source in nineteen X. warnings that I do the right thing so if you had given me your account number that more than likely meant that you were getting a call from an aggressive market using the deceptive marketing tactic on behalf of a third party energy supply and you get in that account number to them allows them to then switch your energy supplier without you knowing it and quite frankly than the only way you would have known it is don't look at your bill every month and we should look at your bill every month but many people don't and there's no need to consider bill and look at their cost saying wait a second once my electric bill so high this month versus last month and it just don't realize that they can switch sunburn on to them let me ask you this week a lot of scams are are intended to rip people off and they ask people for this security number and they ask about their bank account and we know a lot of those but do you think that this individual was representing some some some legitimate supplier I check every few months how much I'm paying to ever source for my supply charge and I click here to other other charges and I found a couple of good companies legitimate companies whose whose supply charge cost a pretty reasonable do you think that this guy we simply representing some other company that was trying to you know pull me in and then and then hike my my my supply charge cost up yeah it certainly seems I mean I I I can't say with precision your contract with the case in your case I can say that in most cases when most of our customers who fall victim to this that's exactly what happened they get a call from someone claiming to be from ever source and and unfortunately Dan they're very sophisticated management consists Nicole and he will actually say ever source to close your call come grammar schools some of the other phone system from ever source you from ever source they're very convincing the relentless they're very smart and a lot of people get caught off guard so you get the right way by not giving any account information but a lot of times in the last for your account information the last for your social security number bank account information financial information anything else you know somebody what is your identity and and you know we cannot stress enough Best Actress many out with the media partners including yourself we we metric on social media channels where customers can see we cannot stress.

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01:41 min | 2 years ago

"nancy shack" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Check nights I podcast by going to night side on demand yeah Austin Goolsby in with us the economist on Friday night at nine o'clock tonight we had our guest from the book from bus university come with China trade professor Greg Stoller very interesting and this hour we are talking about your work schedule is really what we're talking about the reason we got to your work schedule is we saw a couple of articles Nancy shack and I were talking about this the other day Finland's new prime minister once your country on a four day work week it is no different countries around the world do it differently and this young prime ministers use only I believe thirty two her name is sana Moran or sign up marron not sure exactly how it's pronounced she would like the country go to a four day work week or a six hour work day now in Finland they already have this deal I guess where if your job tells you go to work nine to five you can say no no no no I want to come in at six AM and I want to be done by two in the afternoon or I want to commit a new time I guess you can you can restructure your job three hours in either direction don't quite know how that works how that would work for fire departments of police departments or whatever but obviously they're a little more lays a fair with their work schedule last hour we had a whole bunch of different callers which were very interesting callers I thought extremely interesting callers dealing with how they how they interacted with their work couple of folks that they kind of cut back for family reasons others will.

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07:20 min | 2 years ago

"nancy shack" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"From eight until mid I want to thank Nancy shack the producer of this program who sat in for me last night and allowed me to spend some time at the a company party just up the road at the encore casino which was huge a huge building which looks bigger on the inside than it does from the outside I did not gamble I went enjoyed the company of other I heard employees and went home at nine o'clock but Nancy thank you very much for sitting and we'll hear from Nancy later on with her hits of the week the story so we didn't have a chance to cover my name is Dan ray rob Brooks is in there as well set me up on phone calls and we're going to talk about a son several other issues tonight we're going to talk about the double murder sentence that a judging post today in Boston which was a consecutive sentence and we want to congratulate the judge for doing that also gonna talk to obviously today but with the house Judiciary Committee I did this morning by twenty three to seventeen vote vote moving the the impeachment process to the full house and we'll talk a little bit later on tonight's was illustrated pick their on their their sports person I think that's what they call it of the year they picked Megan Rapinoe of the US women's soccer team I'd quibble with that because I think Tom Brady at the age of forty two with six Superbowl rings and number six having been added last February he's been picked once before but I think he deserves as the one of what we've called the greatest of all time could have been picked a second time in my opinion old will argue that out later today first up tonight are we delighted to have in the studio the chief of policy and strategy at the Massachusetts health connector Audrey Gasteyer Audrey welcome how are you tonight I'm doing great I'm so happy to be here thanks so much for you to be happy to be there there there were many people come into the studio or not happy to be here but it's great a smiling face and we've had a chance to chat a little bit for the last half hour or so and so you know but in case anybody in the audience does it now last Monday night they were at least two listeners who called in during a rear our of open lines on night side and ask questions about insurance and particularly health insurance as it applies to folks who are not covered by either of their employment or their spouses employment it's we're going to try to answer as many questions I won't answer the questions Audrey Willis the questions let's let's just do a brief history the health connections been around in Massachusetts for more than a decade now right that's right it's been around for thirteen years it was created in two thousand six is part of Massachusetts his own state level health reform law which ushered in a bunch of new changes including the creation of an exchange for individuals and small businesses and the state could common easily shop for health insurance and of course at that time we knew we knew it as romneycare that's right many people called in from the care right and then a federal program patterned after rugby Kerr became obamacare that's right I don't know how successful obamacare is been we will leave that to the side for for tonight but sounds as if the health connectors done pretty well in Massachusetts tell us why we have we've worked really hard over the last thirteen years to expand coverage to as many people as possible in Massachusetts and we've done that through making programs that are easy for people to access or I wouldn't communities educating people about health coverage how important it is to have health coverage both for one's health but also for their financial security Massachusetts does a lot of work to make health insurance even more affordable for a lot of people who qualify for extra help I'm getting covered through the health connector and that's assistance that goes above and beyond but other states do or even what the affordable Care Act or obamacare does in other parts of the country were also the first state they created what's called an individual mandate or a requirement for adults in the state to have health insurance coverage which is also help kind of nudge things along in Massachusetts so we're in a very strong position in Massachusetts we've got about ninety seven percent of our residents covered we're doing a lot of work and and need help from others around the state to try to close that last three percent gap and get us to a hundred percent give it profile who the three percent is Europe so there are three percent of our population we have about seven million people in Massachusetts SO three percent of that would be about two hundred and ten thousand people that's right roughly that actually was the profile of those uninsured individuals so we're really lucky to have pretty strong data in Massachusetts so we know a lot about the people that are in that last three percent and it it kind of toggles between two hundred two and fifty thousand people at any given time they tend to be non elderly adults so I'm not children and there's almost near you universal coverage of children in Massachusetts because there's some very special programs that made that possible some people over the age what sixty five can as as a as a safety net have Medicare that's right exactly so it's really people who are between will say sort of eighteen and sixty four but in particular its that eighteen to kind of thirty five age group of people who are more likely to be uninsured on the uninsured are more likely to be young to be male to be on married not have children and to be Spanish speaking met individuals so that helps inform a lot of the work that we do in terms of where we're doing our outreach where we're doing some of the marketing we do to try to really make sure people understand their options the other thing I would say about that last three percent or so of people is we know about half of them are what we call chronically uninsured so people who really are kind of rolling the dice year over year just not getting health insurance at all and kind of hedging their bets you know against against their red asks the other half for people who get covered maybe lose a job don't get you know coverage really quickly thereafter so maybe they've got no covert maybe they've got a six month gap a twelve month gap so they're kind of churning in and out of the uninsured so that's sort of a different profile but we know that it's about half and half people who are year after year uninsured and other people who have these gaps which are still concerning because bad things can happen you know even if you're just on covered for a few months you can get sick you can have an accident so really making good use of white security insurance provides to people means really having continuous coverage and that's or working to try to to try to achieve okay we're gonna talk about that will also talk about if you have any questions about your own status particularly if you're someone who is in the process of thinking about what you're going to do we have some interesting deadlines coming up here in Massachusetts ten days from now one deadline going to get all of the question about deadlines deal with your questions as well the number six one seven two five four ten thirty triple eight nine two nine ten thirty my guest Audrey Gasteyer she is the chief of policy and strategy with the Massachusetts health connector she's going to be able to answer every question that I could possibly imagine I am confident that about the maybe some questions that I am not smart enough to ask and that's where you come and join the conversation nights I would down right continues right after this break side with.

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09:55 min | 3 years ago

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"Talk about the stop and shop strike here in Boston. And what's your what is your thought? You agree with me? You would not cross. I would I would not cross a picket line that does not that. That is not saying by the way that I'm one hundred percent with the strikers, I'm not necessarily. I understand the business management aspect of this. I mean, they have they've got a problem, and that, you know, they're they're trying to they're competing in an extraordinarily competitive business trying to keep prices low for consumers, which I appreciate as a consumer, and they're still trying to pay a living wage, and and and make sure that their workers are taking care of that's an incredibly difficult tightrope to walk. So I I don't know how I feel about the actual negotiations because I don't know enough about them. But I will say we'll not I will not cross the picket line regardless of of who signed him on the strike. I'm assuming that stop and shop is not a publicly traded company. It was it was founded by Sidney Rabb the RAB family back in the day. But I'll have to double check that. I don't think it's it's traded. And that's also makes a little bit of a difference. Yeah. Chain of supermarkets located in northeast US it began in eighteen ninety two four hundred fifteen stores they were with thirty one thousand. Thirty one thousand wholly owned subsidiary of Dutch supermarket awkward. A hold a H O L D since nineteen ninety five and was part of stop and shop giant Landover division. It gets complicated it would merge with the Brussels-based. So it's now on by a Belgian grocery campaign whose whose operations quote Hannaford. Of Scarborough, Maine, foodline of Salisbury, North Carolina. So again, I don't know if it's with twenty one local brands of this company. I'll hold dull Hayes employment the three hundred seventy five thousand associates at sixty five hundred stores in eleven countries. That's part of the problem. That is part of the problem when you that big when you think about three hundred seventy five associates, and they're talking about thirty one thousand here in the in the New England area. This only ten percent of their employees. So. Dimopoulos the market basket strike where it was a family run operation. And that's what the that's what the part of the struggle was when you know when one member of the family went to keep the stores didn't and personal loyalties with the employee's. And that's kind of I think what that settled. Well, but I'm not sure so it is on the European stock exchange and this a huge company huge company that that's a little bit. It does change things. It makes me more on the union side because they think concentration of power is pathetic. Yeah. Absolutely. And they're also folks, and I think it said last year their revenue was sixty two point three billion in euros. And I don't know what that would work out into. I think I think the euro's actually more valuable than the tall right now. They will say this, though, if you look at it this way, regardless of how big the company that owns stop. And shop is if if the any costs additional costs. Stop and shop cats are going to be passed onto the consumer. That's the way it's gonna win form a fashion Clark down in in Pennsylvania writes that he he says he worked acme markets. He was a checker back in high school and college, and he he started out at a dollar eighty five that wasn't bad in that day. Yeah. Okay. Locally owned now has gone through. Multiple owners still has plenty of stores in the mid Atlantic states. It may now be owned by the same company that don't stop and shop. Let's see what people have to think. And if after say, more importantly, all points of view, welcome. We did call again the corporate headquarters to try to get someone from the company to come on. I didn't expect him to. But I want you know, we made that effort. He made the effort Rick is in Boston. Rick you first tonight on the ringcentral nightside. Call a line with Dan Ryan Nancy shack on nightside. Thanks for calling. There goes Rick. What happened? Okay. Rick dropped off. I think Rick gut scared. All right are excited. One of the you know, he's probably happens is you put yourself on speakerphone and then he hit the wrong button. So recall back if you like Patty, you're next on nightside on the ringcentral nightside. Call a line. Hi, DNC were great, Patty. You. And my voice, but. I am stoppage up. Please. Eighteen years. What do you do if I could ask Patty, what type of work do scan? Check in a cashier. Okay. So you're pretty much upfront person. Right. Right. Okay. So eighteen years how much do you make it stop and shop right now if I could ask an hour. What's your you an hourly wage worker? Fourteen fourteen dollars. That's after eighteen years. So get forty hours a week or no. Get up thirty is that your choice of their choice. Right. Is that your choice of their choice? Would you like to be? Eventually with high tide. Okay. But right now, if you had a choice, I would been full, okay. Okay. S applaud time employees. I assume you don't get any any medical benefits. Medical benefit. Then I got married in now on my husband medical. Okay. So you're okay. But so you did even when you're working thirty hours because there are a lot of companies I believed that keep people's work under thirty hours. So they do not have to qualify. Okay. So what what is your gripe? What is what is the point of view of the union? What what are you looking to do? What's the problem? They wanna take vacations away. You get paid time right now. Yes. I do. And they oh about four weeks. They wanna take that away take away two weeks. Now, did they weren't take it away for people who've been there for eighteen years like you or did they wanna take away for new employees? Also, but not you, but you to take away as well. Okay. So what how else what what else are they trying to take away from you, Patty? Sundays sunday. Okay. So they're they're trying to get you on a whole bunch of Nikki here. Nikki there are they offering anything. Okay. Okay. They got those takeaways are they offering anything as far as you know to increase your salaries or any anything that they're willing to give. I'm not saying you want to give up anything, but they offering anything offering pathetic. Are you gonna take two percent for you at fourteen dollars an hour? That'd be twenty eight cents an hour increase over the course of thirty hours during the week would be what maybe seventy dollars something like that. Yeah. They wanna take kid when increase the health benefits for people increase, the benefits increased the cost to you. Okay. So what they so again is this mostly the beef of the full timers or the part-timers impacted as well. Okay. All right. We'll Patty explained it. Very well. Hang in there. I'm I'm with you. I'm hoping that we have from some more workers. Patty on the picket line. Which would store. Down the street from you. Oh in Brookline Medford. So the one off of route twenty eight Medford Gotcha. I'm trying to I'm trying to. Whereas if you're going back toward ninety three. Your side. CVS's? Yeah. They're everywhere. They're figure it out. I know I know what you in a big mall there. There's a century Bank in this Pinera and as an ocean state job lot right during that big. I know exactly where that is. All right. All right. Well, I have occasionally stopped in there and and bought cookies or things like that for dessert. So again, I'll sometimes grab a sandwich Pinera, but I will not be in there during the strike, Patty. You can you can count on that. Okay. And maybe I'll come over and help you on the picket line. Okay. 'cause I always. Day and night. I this to all the time. Well, I'm not Joe Biden. But but don't be surprised to see come over. Okay. Thanks, patty. We're with you. We got you back have a great night. Good luck. Bye-bye six seven two five four ten thirty. Triple eight nine two nine ten thirty Dan rate. We're in studio here with Nancy shack, and we're talking about the stop and shop strike and inviting workers to call or whoever would like to wait in. We're coming back after this. Nightside.

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02:08 min | 3 years ago

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"Year? Fifty of the mask and you need moisture to get. Snowstorm. Why we changing what why we change the topography? I mean, we still have right? Black topping half of the United States, the national blacktop states. Right. It's a I think it's a pretty small fraction when you think of. When I fly over the United States. And I do I do that at couple times every year. This vast expanses of this this country that I'm blacktop. All right. Tell you made some great points. I wanna I wanna clear the way for some other callers. A you a regular listener up there in Vermont. Listen to you all the time. And this is have you called this before? A couple of times favorite keep calling combined more often because we love to hear from folks in the Green Mountain state. Thanks very much. Appreciate. Have a great. You know, he's right about that the c o two levels because it for about twenty years, no reported no changes in the sea temperatures in the warming of the seat temperatures, which kind of it was a hiatus of global warming. They said, and it kind of points the fact that the CO two levels don't have much impact on climate. But then just like two weeks before the Paris climate accord meeting, they all of a sudden reported that there was a change in most people thought that that was in fact, just a political maneuver to get the Paris accord moved, and in fact that what exactly it turned out to be and they had to revamp their numbers, we're gonna take quick break. But revamp numbers and take a couple of commercials here. Six one seven two five four thirty eight nine to nine ten thirty. I'm constantly amazed at the quality of the callers on all sides of this issue. We have some very very scientifically literate people on this program. And I'm just trying to learn every night that I'm here when we talk about this subject, I have more questions than answers. I will admit that. If you have more interest than question feel free to join the conversation coming back on nightside. Dan Rae Nancy shack. Nightside with Dan Rae. The news watch never stops. WBZ NewsRadio ten thirty join.

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08:56 min | 3 years ago

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"Watch never stops. Listening to nightside with Dan Ray on WBZ NewsRadio ten thirty. We're talking about a piece of legislation in Rhode Island. It seems to be a no brainer. But gee, I thought state was a great call. Let's keep it rolling. Here. Wanna see what you have to say? Let's go to Jim in new report. Jim you're next on nightside here on the ringcentral nightside with Dan Rae and Nancy shack, Jim. Disagree. But I'm not quite as impressed with these phone calls. You guys were I I think he said he was seventeen I any dated her all through high school. I. And beyond. But I graduated from high school is seventeen. So he saves a junior. Jim wish Jim he was he said he was a junior at seventeen. So we would have graduated eighteen I think the plenty was making just for clarification purposes that he dated her, but their relationship was more than a than a one time only and that he had some sort of. I think. Short. Seventeen teen or and and the teacher was twenty eight and he wasn't. But if she. Okay. We can just interrupt for just a second. Here. We weren't congratulating him on an affair with a teacher. We were congratulating by having the courage to call in and share his experience. That's what we were. That's what we were congratulating. I hope you understood that. Over the computer or the radio when when known, okay? Okay. Move onto topic at hand though. Really when I grow up, I was always told that teachers are good people and that police are good people. And I still believe that today, and I told people like if one police officer, I'm not calling please. One police officer did something wrong anywhere in the country. It would make national news you could Google cater inappropriate and week. Something would come up every week. I have a solution. I think to this this issue. We hear about the cases where sixteen seventeen year old are dating. And the guy turns eighteen and all of a sudden what they've been doing for two years now statutory rape. What about winning also, by the way, Jim just for clarification, the the the the status of statutory rape depends upon the age of one of the individuals. So if the individual was seventeen and having sexual activity with his fifteen old year-old-girlfriend or was seventeen in having sex with her fifteen year old boyfriend at the age of one establishes statutory rape. The the older person doesn't have to be over eighteen or Twenty-one. It's that's and that's the question where when you get these statutory rape cases will say, well, you know, the the quarterback of the football team. He seventeen in the lead cheerleader on the football team squad. She's fifteen and eleven months. She's see third. You know, you know, what I'm saying? So go ahead. Right now what they were talking about was abroad. And it's too narrow this what if the legislatures acted laws that it is? That's reporter rape if the person under eighteen and the older person is more than four years older. So in other words, you know, if you're sixteen and twenty you know, it is what it is seventeen twenty one. But if you're not eighteen years old, and you're with someone who's twenty two then that's against the law. And you don't have people who are under twenty three years old. I don't think leader. Yeah. I don't think you have that. I don't think it had that Jim because you you're gonna have people who are twenty three years old and who had gaining an eighteen year old. I mean, that's that's okay. That's more than four years. Okay. Well, then you. What about if you have a twenty one year old dating in eighteen year old? So so so you're you're you're allowing the Twenty-four-year-old today the eighteen year old, but not the twenty one year old that's more than four years. It's more than four years. More than a four years age difference. So I'm thank you. You're eighteen you. Relationship with someone who is more than four years older than you once you're you're eighteen if somebody's going to be thirty four years old, and you know, our predator. Not a predatory really once. You're eighteen years old. It's free game. But if you're sixteen years old, and you're with somebody more than twenty years old the guy who has more than twenty years old said no not to be with somebody who we'll see. We'll see. Let's let's okay. Let's see people agree with that. I'm trying to focus on just this one piece of legislation and kind of taken us off in a different area. But let's see if people react with thanks to appreciate the call six one seven two five four tenth thirty triple eight nine to nine ten thirty dean in Gloucester dean next on nightside with Dan and Nancy dean. I didn't hear the beginning of the show. Who is gust with Nancy holds Mitzi shack is the producer of nightside. Gerrad ahead. Dean. Okay. Okay. I had a cousin. Back a long time ago, Dan longtime ago, okay? Oh, girl, you'd never want to me. What happened? What happened? Yeah. Glad to teach. You did. That was quoted on forty prayed honor band. This makes sense now because I didn't know why the police didn't get involved with for what I found out. My aunt went to the school and complained and they told it a keeper shot that she didn't have a husband at the time that gets into a specific case Dane, and I'd really like to stay away from that. Because it kind of takes us away from what we're actually talking about. So we'll we can deal with that issue. Some other night when we're just talking about people who take advantage of people create your call. Let me get one more in here if I can tow Tony Whitman Tony next on nightside. Go right ahead. Hey, longtime listener, and frequent caller old friend. Thanks for doing and you and Nancy covering the topic tonight cut to the chase. Especially Steve a very disappointed in that. Call Dan, not believable periods. What would make you? Agreeing with him Bill disagreeing with them either. The question that he was relating his experience. And he was he was full. You know what? Let me be more direct. No, no, no. I know what you're trying to say. But I didn't buy that from him. I judge I've spent my life assessing people as a reporter. And I I have to assess people as as a lawyer Nancy's a lawyer as well both of us found him to be credible. Now, we could be dead wrong. Tony we could be dead wrong. But what he said, I found credible. Particularly in the context of the tiny talked about the late seventies. When things were a little more loosey goosey than they are today. Not not much damn. That's it's not fair to the teaching profession. It's demeaning demeaning to female teachers, but it's demeaning to the whole the whole profession times. Have not changed that much every member. He'll when we saying was that the people were doing it too. And everybody knew this no way, Dan. It does not believable. He he identified it as he did. He did not say he said it was a temporary teacher substitute teacher. Whatever I don't know if you're a teacher or not Tony laughing. He was laughing throughout the conversation. His usual. Okay. Well, we'll agree to disagree. And that when Tony okay, you may you may be a better judge of character. Where do you teach? So it it should it should not be. Why would you teach? Tony. I don't just ask. Okay. I I do my own work with veterans. So. Yeah. Okay. So you don't think okay sphere it up? So you don't think it's a good piece of legislation. I just cut to the chase. Tell me that. Thank you very much. Appreciate your call six one seven two five four ten thirty triple eight nine to nine hundred thirty we come back. It'd be talking with foam a Boston police New York. Police Commissioner Boston police Commissioner Los Angeles police chief Bill Bratton going to talk about marathon security, and also maybe what's going on in Boston in terms of us. Obstat shoots which are going to be enforced a little differently. We'll be back. I if you're on the line, and you wanna talk to Bill Bratton feel free to stay there..

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01:30 min | 3 years ago

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"Believe was the floors and Joe Biden needs to get an answer. Should he not run as a result for jump to decide that that that issue, but we call a negative pregnant dancer meaning? Figured anybody me what she did was she's using someone else's race political gain mean that's in financial gain power and someone eskimo kissing someone to me my book, you know, she kind of his in her own way with the Hollywood celebrities in those who tried to buy financially admission to to certain colleges for their kids in the assuming a status to which she had. No, right. I think that she became a more desirable faculty member at university of Pennsylvania. But also at Harvard, but that's for another night. That's all right. Call in show, K daycare. Thank you. Great night. We'll take a very quick break. Dan Rae and Nancy shack we're talking about Joe Biden. And we last hour Nancy. I raise the issue that this convinces me he's going to run what happens, and I know you still on the fence just keeping his his he's just keeping his options. We'll see we'll see Wickham and right back on a Rebecca nightside with Nancy and then feel free to join the conversation. Six seven two five four ten thirty triple eight nine tonight, ten thirty nightside with.

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05:30 min | 3 years ago

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"Roundup. Now, I'm Nancy shack WBZ Boston's NewsRadio. This is the CBS news weekend roundup. The White House turns into tension again to taking down ObamaCare. We're going to be the party of great healthcare and taking some time to smell the flowers. This is the best bloom you've ever and now from the Capital One Bank studios in the CBS news Washington bureau, here's correspondent Steve Dorsey. Let's start this weekend with another Trump administration departure small business administrator. Linda McMahon is leaving the president's cabinet. The former pro wrestling executive will work on efforts to help reelect President Trump. Meanwhile, the Trump administration is renewing its efforts this time in court to undo ObamaCare as his administration urges the courts to wipe the Affordable Care Act off the books. The president vows whatever would come next would be far better you watch. We're going to be the party of great healthcare. But when Republicans controlled both houses of congress they were unable to get a replacement Bill on. Onto Mr. Trump's desk. Now government is divided. And neither party is settled on a viable plan that the other would accept still the president pledges. If the supreme court rules that ObamaCare is out. We will have a plan that's far better. Steven Portnoy, CBS news, the White House facing federal charges in New York and California Michael album, naughty is speaking out the high profile lawyer represented adult film star stormy Daniels in her suit against the president of an audio defended himself against the charges to correspondent Rica Dunkin on CBS this morning. Prosecutors are saying that you committed extortion that you committed wire fraud and Bank fraud in California. Did you try to extort Nike for millions of dollars? No in any suggestion is absolutely absurd Nike new from the very first moment that I had any contact with Nike that I was insisting that the truth about what Nike had done. Be disclosed to federal prosecutors and investigators what is the truth. The truth is for years Nike and its executives have been funneling payments to amateur players school players and to their handlers and family members in an effort to get them to go to colleges that were Nike colleges and alternately hopefully to the NBA so they could sign a shoe deal with Nike but federal prosecutors maintain a different version of the truth at its core. This was an old fashioned shakedown, they allege Michael avenue attempted to use his platform to blackmail. The apparel giant the complaint does suggest that you ask for up to twenty million dollars. I get into the specifics of this. But what I will say is the way this has been framed is not accurate. We made it clear that under no circumstances. Would we participate in anything that did not require full disclosure to investigators and the federal government? What about the case in California you've been charged with wire fraud Bank fraud? There were comments, you know, in that complaint saying that you tried to embezzle or you did embezzle one point six million dollars from a client, you represented the client who is accusing me of embezzlement is currently on felony probation in California. You know, what he was convicted of multiple counts of attaining money under false pretenses? It turns out, and I didn't know this at the time that he has an extensive criminal background and rap sheet associated with his conduct. So again nowhere does that appear in the complaint. So there's gonna be a lot of evidence is going to be a lot of facts that are going to come to light. You're facing if convicted on all of these charges up to the rest. Of your life in prison. Are you nervous? Well, of course, nervous. Are you scared? Are you concerned? I mean, tell us I guess someone who again has a history of representing people. And now you're on the other side facing some serious charges. I am nervous. I'm concerned. I'm scared. But you also seem confident I am confident because I believe the facts are on my side in a statement Nike CBS news when it became aware of AVI noughties, quote plans to extort the company it immediately reported it along with the information, he Serta federal prosecutors Nike says it has been cooperating with the government's investigation into NC double a basketball for over a year and encourages Albany to share any information. He believes he has with the government. In a statement, the NCWA said it will quote, always welcome any first-hand credible lawfully obtained and disclose information of NCAA rules. Violations. Torika Dunkin CBS news, New York. President Trump says the DOJ enough you're investigating the Chicago DA's decision to drop charges against actor jussie smollet who was accused of staging a hate crime against himself Chicago's top prosecutor Kim FOX is defending her staff's decision to drop charges against the empire. Actor the nature of this case suggested that he was eligible for an alternative.

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02:44 min | 3 years ago

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"Three degrees with a few clouds in Boston at three o'clock. I'm Nancy shack. And here's what's happening. The alleged gunman behind a warehouse shooting a history of local arrests. We get more from CBS is Wendy jalek. Gary Martin was summoned to a meeting at his workplace. The Henry Pratt company warehouse in Aurora Illinois police say he brought a handgun after he was fired started shooting. He killed five of his co workers, including the head of HR Aurora police Lieutenant Rick Robertson on how officers navigated the twenty nine thousand square foot building massive facility with numerous racks of large valves and machine throughout the building. He broke contact and went to the back where we located them. And it just took us some time to work our way through that building looking for and you're looking for him. And ultimately, that's what it took to police chief Chris Zemun says Martin had a lengthy criminal history. Six prior arrests by the Aurora police department including arrests for traffic and domestic battery domestic battery related issues. Last arrest in Aurora was in two thousand eight for violating in order protection. Five police officers were also shot. CBS news update. I'm Wendy, July. There are multiple court challenges either being planned or already in the works in attempt to de rail President Trump's declaration of a national emergency to fund the border wall. Bob cusack. Editor in chief of the hill. Says these lawsuits could receive support from congress congress is going to be moving a resolution of disapproval here if that is going to be a very partisan vote if that's somehow passes, and it could pass the Senate as it's definitely the house. That could actually hurt him in court. The first legal effort was launched by Public Citizen. A liberal advocacy groups suing to stop the wall on behalf of a nature. Reserve entry, Texas landowners, who've been told the wall will cross their properties the question that remains to be answered does the president have the authority to declare a national emergency for immigration WBZ's. Don, huff takes a closer. Look Boston University law professor Jack Bearman sees no legal problem for the president. Carson. He can use at least military construction money. You can use for this purpose if he declares an emergency. So I don't think any problem there constitutionally some of the other funds. I would I assume that his arguments going to be that it's this involves drug interdiction. So we can use those funds. And I think it would be very surprising. If any any judge would disagree with that and Bearman tells nightside's Dan Rae. He does not see a court questioning the president's determination that there is a national emergency. Don, huff WBZ. Boston's NewsRadio coming. Democrats are flooding into New Hampshire and more. Details to follow. Now. It's three zero three..

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02:52 min | 3 years ago

"nancy shack" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Good afternoon. I'm Nancy shack. Our top stories at one eighteen President Trump signs of budget to fund the government and avoid the partial shutdown but only after he declares a national emergency to fund the border wall. Vice president Pence is calling on European nations to stand with the US and withdrawing from the Iran nuclear deal. All five police officers wounded in yesterday's shooting in Aurora, Illinois are recovering the Bruins take on the kings tonight in L A. Cambridge police say they have arrested a suspect in the Valentine's Day kidnapping of two sisters officers. Took Lionel Braithwaite junior of no known address into custody Friday after spotting him on patrol near central square. US immigration officials have announced new guidelines to help prevent illegal migrant marriages. There isn't a firm definition for underage, but the new rules follow an Associated Press report that some five thousand men were granted permission to bring in child and adolescent brides that raises questions about whether the US immigration system may be enabling forced marriages this citizenship and immigration services agency is telling Judah caters to give special attention to marriages involving minors to ensure that the marriage was lawful and to make sure the spouse is of the age of consent in the state where they're going to be living. Jackie quinn. Washington. Wolverine police arrested Dorchester, man. After a shooting on Highland street early this morning. A Sukur is charged with shooting a man after an argument over a ten dollar debt. The unidentified victim was taken to local hospital with non-life threatening injuries while Siri doesn't get everything. Right. She can save lives. ABC's? Dave Schreiber explains. When John Henry of Minnesota crashed his snowmobile last weekend. He says with several broken ribs. He wasn't able to reach his phone the panelists to excruciating. I could not get up and move Henry had. Hey Siri activated. And he was able to get a call out to nine one one. He says he's grateful. Hey, Siri, thanks for saving my life. Dave Schreiber ABC news. New York's Metropolitan museum of art says it's returning a prized artifacts to Egypt after finding out it was stolen. The Mets says that the Manhattan DA's office found evidence that the museum was given a false ownership history for the gilded coffin of Najem monk the MEK brought the piece from a Paris art dealer in two thousand seventeen and had it on display until this week. Investigators say them that was given a forged nineteen seventy-one Egyptian export license at the time. The museum has apologized to Egypt saying it was an unwitting victim of fraud. He when cry at the Oscars and someone's listening..

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"nancy shack" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:48 min | 3 years ago

"nancy shack" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"The more of the country needs to go. I found it. Most interesting though, the coverage on your news station afterward the way people immediately jump in the commentators and political pundits. I was listening to to the report I was trying to listen to CNN and FOX what did the ABC folks say? Interesting saying how it's probably how he will probably immediately his to from this man who talks about compromise teams. They never mentioned that he's already been willing to compromise on many things. And that's for instance, with the wall Pelosi waves, the dollar in his face and hasn't been willing to compromise on anything, you know, he as you know, he talked about DACA with them and offered them away. You know, I gave you give they wouldn't give anything. I just think it's very interesting. The way there's always always just seemed to be one side of the coin with them. And it's always go at the president. Glad the president. They talked about criminal Justice reform and how we talked about that. But on the other hand, he went to be a law and order president and talking about the harm from a legal immigration to the country. Why can't you be both, Jerry? You're absolutely right in that. Look, I'm up against the eleven o'clock news. We're going to go to the news. But I'll tell you this as far as I'm concerned. I would bet you. You should see a five to six point jump in his favorability ratings when they when they go out and pull because they're real quick. Did they also said how we talked about extended leave for parental leave? But then he went after late term abortion and against. Absolutely. Thank you very much. Thank you. We're gonna continue with this right after the eleven o'clock news with Nancy shack feel free to join the conversation. You.

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