17 Burst results for "National Environmental Protection"

"national environmental protection" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

WLS-AM 890

05:19 min | 4 months ago

"national environmental protection" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

"The busiest times at TSA security checkpoints At sea tac 5 a.m. to 10 a.m. 2 p.m. to 5 p.m. and 9 p.m. to 11 p.m. So they're saying you got to plan ahead get at least two hours before your flight If your flight is at 10 a.m. and it's busiest for the two hours prior you're going to have to leave even earlier So what you can sit in the airport board to tears draining your battery watching movies or listening to podcasts on your phone And that's only if you can find a seat None of which have working USB ports to plug your phone into So you're just draining that battery which drives me nuts that we can't figure this out And about leaving today let's say you're driving Triple-A Kelly just said this The best times are before 6 a.m. or after 9 p.m. So don't leave before 6 a.m. and 9 p.m. That's your advice Which if everyone followed you would then have to say don't leave ever Just stay home And it's stupid advice Let's say you leave at 5 30 just to get a start Let's say you're driving from Georgia to Florida Let's say you're driving from Washington to Idaho and you leave at 5 30 a.m. It doesn't take 30 minutes to get to your destination so your advice to leave before 6 a.m. or after 90 no just say leave after 9 p.m. This is ridiculous And gas prices of course are through the roof So you're going to be hit hard there I don't know what gas is where you are but every single state in this country has gas over $4 And if you look at the West Coast and then you add Nevada to it all of our gas is over $5 California is over 6 It's absolute insanity And it sure doesn't feel like anyone's talking about it on the left I hear folks on the right talk about it all the time Senator Kennedy spoke about it today And he pointed out you know the vote of administration they're not exactly hiding their intent I don't think it's any secret that the Biden administration is trying to disrupt the production of all in America But just because she drill here and you have the Keystone pipeline doesn't mean the gas prices come down say stupid people who don't understand how supply and demand works You mean to tell me that if we were to increase the supply of oil in the global market in the global market that doesn't bring down the cost of gas just a little bit it's Russia's fault There's still a war I certainly concede that Russia is playing a role more role now obviously than before the war actually started in which gas prices were already going up I think that's just a fact We see it in the president canceling leases on federal lands And the Gulf of Mexico in Anbar We see it from the difficult regulatory environment For all and gas producers I better get a folksy joke in this That's what he's known for That's why I love seeing him on Fox News all the time The president's just promulgated new rules for the national environmental protection act If those new rules come to fruition it'll be impossible to open a new pipeline in America And I think we have to be honest about that Now to be fair the Biden administration is trying to disrupt the production of all and gas especially oil for environmental reasons Of which were both aware But instead the Biden administration this seems curious to me wants us to buy oil from foreign countries Okay we didn't get a folksy joke but he makes a very good point doesn't he We are now relying on foreign sources of oil which is not a very good place to be This is a national security issue This is totally a national security issue and by the time that Biden cares enough to realize that it's going to be too late Now I am someone who I'm an environmentalist I'm not a left wing environmentalist I don't think we should destroy capitalism in order to be good stewards of our environment but I think the environment is very important Granted I don't enjoy going outside but I know that a lot of you do and I certainly understand that it's important to protect But not at the expense of truly hurting people Truly hurting people who right now are trying to figure out how much damage they just truly did to their bank accounts by taking a much needed vacation There are people who are out there finally After two years because of COVID they're now not only feeling comfortable but they've got some of the money that they saved during COVID to go out and travel and it's costing them way more than they ever thought it would in Georgia alone You've got 1.2 million people Are expected to travel out of the state or throughout the state starting today Now just to give you some perspective of how many people that truly is that's as if the population of 14 Rhode Island traveled And while I don't actually think that's true it kind of felt like I needed to add some context there Here's a cheesy report from WSB TV Thousands are kicking off this summer travel season.

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"national environmental protection" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

03:59 min | 5 months ago

"national environmental protection" Discussed on KOMO

"Speaker northwest news and the world While the day's top local stories straight ahead after ABC 8 30 Recession ahead the government reports the U.S. economy contracted the first three months of the year 1.4% investopedia editor in chief Caleb silvers and ABC News contributor The economy is slowing There's no two ways about it but it's slowing from a very fast pace in 2021 when GDP grew 5.7% and it grew 6.9% in the fourth quarter So we were expecting the slowdown He says low unemployment and continuing strong consumer spending might keep the economy out of recession The House approved and sent to President Biden to Bill streamlining the World War II era lend lease program to help Ukraine beat back Putin's invaders The president is asking Congress for another $33 billion in military and humanitarian aid House January 6th committee chair Benny Thompson says they've got at least 8 hearings sent for the month of June Some of which will be during prime time He also said that before the week is out they'll be asking House minority leader Kevin McCarthy for his cooperation Richard cantu ABC News Stay connected stay informed with the northwest's only all news station northwest news radio art Sanders and here's what's happening Sound transits expecting construction delays on all four of its major projects East link project was scheduled to start running trains across Lake Washington by June of 2023 but this week February of 2024 surface spokesman John Gallagher can be repaired but in some cases they can not and in that case the entire plan needs to be demolished and a new one in its place That's happening right now along the former I 90 express lanes were construction defects and flawed concrete have crews tearing up those tracks Gallagher says many major projects are going to see delays because of the four month long concrete strike Shuttle's chief of police says the department stretched so thin officers are working around the clock to keep the city safe Sat down one on one with chief Adrian Diaz to talk about what needs to happen to help with the ongoing staffing crisis and a new plan to retain officers The chief didn't mince his words about how dire things are right now He says officers are working hard to hold people accountable with the resources that they have but they can only do so much Chief Adrian Diaz told me he hopes a program he's launching will help invest and retain officers in the long term The program is called before the badge and part of that training involves officers meeting with community members and learning how to earn the community's trust and what's expected as a Seattle police officer It's not just about you know handling the current staffing crisis We really want to make sure that we infuse a culture of compassion and empathetic policing And we want to make sure that we have healthy outcomes for not only our officers but the community that we're dealing with The chief hopes to get that going before this summer at como forest Tammy matasa Washington's attorney general is suing the U.S. Postal Service claiming it violated federal environmental law when it signed a contract to replace its trucks with a fleet of 90% gas vehicles Assistant AG Bill Sherman says the decision was made before environmental review was finished Sherman also says the USPS didn't offer enough reasonable options and limited those options to 90% gas 100% electric or no new trucks It really didn't take seriously the various options it could have given itself And the national environmental policy act says you need to take a look at a reasonable range of options And the postal service didn't do that in this case The postal service says its environmental review was thorough and fully complied with the national environmental protection act USPS also says it can still buy additional electric vehicles beyond the 10% in the contract Tacoma police say two men who kidnapped a woman Wednesday night have been arrested They say the abduction happened near 38th and south.

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"national environmental protection" Discussed on Native America Calling

Native America Calling

05:24 min | 11 months ago

"national environmental protection" Discussed on Native America Calling

"But the whalers, the people who have that close relationship to the environment to the fish don't know anything about this. And there's so much negative effect that can happen as the fish consumed the silica. And it's being used as a solution to climate change. And that's why we are very critical on what we call false solutions because we found through studies that these carbon pricing mechanisms and techno fixes do not cut admissions at source. Thank you very much for your insight on that time. And you're blowing my mind. I think we need to continue this conversation. Well past today's episode of native America calling for sure. I want to turn it back over to Jade baguette at this time. Jade, do you have any thoughts to add on to nicos questions? Thank you. Yeah, I think I really just want to build on what Tom shared and underscore the importance of our people getting very familiar with frameworks such as ethic free prior informed consent. Also training each other in policies such as the national environmental protection national environmental policy act. These are all critical frameworks policies and mechanisms to hold the administration accountable. And right now we're seeing we're seeing movement. We're seeing some traction, whether that's in the EPA or whether that's in The White House where, you know, this week, there was a lot of progress hopefully progress recommitment to honoring treaties, commitments to uplifting traditional ecological knowledge in policy decisions. So I think it's just, especially for us young folks, I think it's really important for us to familiarize ourselves with these processes, these policies understanding what is an environmental impact statement and the gaps that.

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"national environmental protection" Discussed on Little News Ears

Little News Ears

01:48 min | 2 years ago

"national environmental protection" Discussed on Little News Ears

"I'm here to help, you know, more and care more about the world. Today's date is July 16th. 2020 or first kid line is Ivanka Trump. The daughter of Donald Trump says if it's gonna it has to be good. She is telling people in a commercial to eat Goya beans. So what people are saying that isn't right because she's helping Bob company Koya because bobbing anywhere is a trump supporter. This is a good time to learn about the word corruption corruption means not being honest critics are saying that if I could drop it ends up being gorgeous company because Goya is helping Trump get more votes in 2020 critics are saying its corruption or suggested line is Mitch McConnell senator of Kentucky and Senator Majority Leader warned Kentucky about covid-19 spreading while Trump says not to worry about it or third kid line is dead. Because of covid-19 Americans are eating a lot of canned tuna companies that make tuna having trouble making it fast enough or for kid line is Donald Trump. Will Wicked one of America's biggest environmental laws. The National Environmental Protection act as will make I always power plant and pipeline get billed faster or fifth grade life is after learning their classmate couldn't see some colors teams raise money to buy him special glasses that help him see bright colors off our question of the day. What is corruption? Hey, it's not telling the truth be it's a syrup on pancakes. See it's what critics are saying avenge drop is taking part in and the answer is a and C. Did I tricked you? Thanks.

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"national environmental protection" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO

Newsradio 600 KOGO

07:09 min | 2 years ago

"national environmental protection" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO

"So Governor Gavin Newsome wagged his finger at the, uh Cameras at a press conference, saying, I'm sick and tired of those climate change deniers. They're not going to get any more attention from me. The fires were caused by climate change, and they know it and I'm just done arguing with them. Well, unfortunately, he just simply doesn't want to look at the science or the data. And Steve Malloy, founder of junk science. Dotcom does have the science does have the data and he joins us on the Demayo report. Steve, thanks for stopping by Carl So let's start out. You got Governor Newsome and the left in California. Anytime there's ah, wildfire, they scream. Can I change and that's all they say they don't want to talk about any other factor, any other driver any other issue. Can you tell me? Why do we have wildfires in California? Well, I think he could blame Mother Nature No one. Really. You know if it's dry and lightning strikes or some other source of combustion turns up, you're gonna have some fires. Why are you telling me that we had wild fires 500 years ago in California I have a new piece up on junk science dot com and it's about a study that goes back 1100 years. For India that were as long as 220 years. Wow guards back then, then we did, I guess. Yeah. Yeah, he was increasing the fees on the water bill on the shoulders. They still had droughts 223 years ago before SUV's and coal fired power plants. Pro droughts and nothing new is a matter of fact, The anomaly is the 20th century, the 20th century when California was really developed I was kind of unusual and it was so very wet and you know, for all we know we're heading back into one of these periods where California is going to be a drought for I don't know 200 years. And if that's the case You know, Gavin Newsom just hold his breath. Screaming Climate change is just not gonna work out for the state. So 200 years. I's not Ah, historically unusual period for California, given Mother Nature, Given our topography, given our climate given just you know where we are. But we'll take a look at what some of the things that we should be doing a better job of here in California. What are some of the other factors? Besides, can you change that you think might be at play and by the way, that's how you have to say it on the show. You think with global warming that's available because it changed me changed today from global warming once they realize their numbers weren't showing up the right way, But But go ahead. What are some of the other? Scientific data driven strategies that we should be pursuing. Well, you know, I think the only strategy there really works is with mainland work force management and land management. You know, you've got to keep your land clean. He should No thin forests. Some log, he wouldn't be a bad idea which you know California gets stopped doing about 40 years ago. You have to take care of the land Better, smarter. Stopped listening to environmentalist, You know, maybe even consider if you're going to build a house in a risky area. Well, maybe the insurance premiums should be a little higher. That's really that's where it comes down right at the environmentalists do believe that humans are encroaching on the environment. That's the word they used that as a coachman. Yeah, I mean, you know, they want a living vertically and cities they don't want us to live in, you know, in suburbs much, Wes, like, you know, in forest. So you know, they want to crowd together so we can all get die from Corona virus. They're not for the kind of lifestyle we have now and ah You know, they complain. You eat it while farce for them, or, like sort of a double win. You know it gets us. You know, there's going to be probably less development now in these wild areas, which that's what they want. And they can also use the wall bars for your political purposes of their propaganda. Pushing the liquid climb it. You know, I do have Tio wrapped the knuckles of the federal government and technically It's a trump administration they've had, you know, 3.5 years they're just now starting to reinstitute, thinning and controlled burns on federal lands, and there You know, the federal government, you know, owns almost half of California. In terms of you know that the land holdings that they have, which is a phenomenal stat Es Oh, but but But this is a issue that preceded Trump in order for him to do the thinning and the control burns. Those agency had those agencies had to get through environmental roadblocks put up by the left. And so when people say, but Trump could have done. Look, Look, if Trump started thinning and controlled burns tomorrow on federal lands, you know there would be lawsuits under Nipah. National Environmental Protection Act that would would would stymie him so well, we have to. We have to get government to clean up its own watershed and its own habitat. But not only that, I mean, even if the Trump administration was allowed to go through and thin federal lands. You've got 40 years of overgrowth. Just gonna take some time. And you know, so you know, New York have to you know, it surprises me that New Yorkers have led New York And as bad as it is, like New York City, with mayor applause, everything with Corona virus City goes down. It's astounding to me that California puts up with environmentalists. And, you know, Well, this just got out of control. Stephen Lloyd. These may be the days the photographs that you see on Twitter and Facebook of the orange skies across the state of California, not just in San Diego, but literally. In every major corner of San Diego. There's photograph circulating social media, I have to hope that that will eventually cause Californians to course correct in their choice of leadership. Seeing those pictures in the Los Angeles Times or CNN or The New York Times. You're getting messages. This is caused by climate change. You know the irony California You know, you guys have precious you have no coal fired power in the state. Um, you know, you got all these cap and trade all these environmental regulation. We're getting rid of the national natural gas or getting rid of clean natural gas now and you're still burning. Right way. Gotta jet Steve. We love what you Ah, have been shining. A light on a cz relates to the lack of scientific grounding in terms of what Newsome and others were saying about the wildfires. We'll have you back on. All right, thanks to Dr there. Steve Alloy, founder of junk science dot com. Quick break and we're back with more on the divine report. But first Lord came with Travis. 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"national environmental protection" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

05:17 min | 2 years ago

"national environmental protection" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

"Now you'RE GONNA you're getting into the geography of it and whatever else I wanted to just speak to what you said I took some notes there you go man but first of all, you say these comedians. Legislative. Power but it's not it's administrative power and that's important to know point or. People people even know the difference and I'll explain to you my business in Alaska. I was dealing with Twenty Team State and federally in any given time feel for service there's no mining land and water you name environmental all this stuff. So when you're trying to be permitted and re permit and whatnot, it have these public comment periods in these Meka, National Environmental Protection Act News all these committees are staffed with people in their one is this not let individual can actually in? Public Slash. Law Is there for me in the last home set. It with every law was here that I can. Land on a long-term as to build facilities create alive sell a product in the future created industry they do not want to. Absolutely. No. Not, only that they want to take away the equity people arm how private land. So want explain how that works. So here's the two big thing. If you understand since the Federal Reserve which I will tell you started. As the national currency idea by a guy named James Watson Webb in eighteen, seventy, five, nineteen ten is the Aldrich plan. One, thousand, nine, hundred, eighteen, they control the Federal Reserve. So, what were the things they said Norman Dodd. Edward Griffin, it made things they wanted to control was the money, the State Department of Education, and they wanted to read write history displayed into dealing with the present now general public opinion. The next thing was the environment and help they're all your five pillars right there of a world collectivist civilization if had money completely seventy one. Okay. Definitely have the schools higher education and Laurie. Escape Department where he council on Foreign Relations I don't know they've been run. National. Hillary Clinton. Okay. So environmental, we're still working on that one yet they haven't really been able to sell the green new deal. They haven't been able to get allow the EPA was part of this. No they came in and then here comes trump deregulate and stuff near there. I wrote I wrote my first article in October nineteen other name go through Matthew Line should all. And that is called funding your own slave cursive liberty north. Go through all of this stuff in detail with links explain when you When you talked about. Union and you talk about Red China. Here's the short story. Western bankers funded the Bolsheviks the same way they funded bows. And the Red Dr. So the Bolsheviks, what do they get it first the communist regime but what is it really an authoritarian? Forward Ninety years. What have you got done for Terry and oligarchy. But why Putin? Who is a protege? Of Henry Kissinger. Okay. He's running an authoritarian oligarchy, the average wage in Russia Did. impacted. The Dog. Back. act. CEO. John. Me Right. Back. Free, top, the political world is a maddening cesspool of corruption and lies nobody tells the truth nobody keeps campaign promises. Nobody obeys the constitution nobody puts the people I. How can we ever escape this of tyranny vote for nobody? Hi, my name is nobody I'm running for governor of New Hampshire because nobody knows how to live your life better than you and nobody deserves that kind of power. I WanNa put you back in control of your money your lifestyle. Your work your body in your life nobody should rule you but you be Hampshire convicts many people of so called crimes that should never have been prosecuted if elected I will pardon every victimless crime in New Hampshire history. This includes drug gambling prostitution gun and driving offenses nobody should have a criminal record when they have not harmed anybody wouldn't it be nice to have.

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"national environmental protection" Discussed on Little News Ears

Little News Ears

01:47 min | 2 years ago

"national environmental protection" Discussed on Little News Ears

"You. Know more and care more about the world. Today's date is July sixteen. Two, thousand, twenty or I kid line is Ivanka trump daughter of donald trump says if it's Goya, it has to be good. She is telling people in a commercial to eat goya beans. So what people are saying? That isn't right because she's helping bub unanue way his company Goya because Bob. An annual is a trump supporter. This is a good time to learn about the word. Corruption corruption means not being honest. Critics are saying that Ivanka trump is helping GOYA's company. Because Goya is helping, trump get more votes in twenty twenty critics. Critics are saying it's corruption or second kid line is Mitch McConnell, senator of Kentucky and senator. Majority Leader Warren Kentucky. Abakumov nineteenth spreading while trump says not to worry about it or third kid line is because of covid nineteen Americans are eating a lot of canned tuna companies that make tuna having trouble making it fast enough or for kid line is Donald Trump will weaken one of America's biggest environmental laws and National Environmental Protection Act is will make I always powerplant and pipeline get bill, faster or fifth kid line is after learning. Their classmate couldn't see some callers. Teams raise money to buy him special glasses that help MC bright colors. Or question of the day, what is corruption eighth? It's not. Be It's a syrup on picnics. See It's what critics are saying. Ivanka trump is taking part in and the answer is a NC. Did I trick you?.

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"national environmental protection" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

06:23 min | 2 years ago

"national environmental protection" Discussed on KQED Radio

"And they're even consistent with the United Nations Treaty on Outer Space. It seems now possible. Space six, has devoted significant resources in the last year to making the satellite's darker looks as if they've been able to do that, if other satellite companies could follow suit. And follow a few recommendations. Then perhaps we could save the sky for making eye star gazers. But that is not going to solve the problem for research astronomy. It is literally existential threat for astronomy. Apartment if they do dark and satellites with some kinds of shading. His research astronomy still threatened by the satellites just being there. Yes, there's multiple considerations oneness the contribution as James. Well, put it. Both at a you know, research astronomy level. Is this spoiling my galaxy exposure? Is this affecting my science? To space debris is a big one, and collisions between satellites also interference that other band passes. As I've educated myself on this issue have been really surprised at the lack of consistent international regulation and transparent protocols on how we are literally occupying space. I know we have the outer space Treaty from 1967. But at the time there was a race to literally occupy space to be the first there, and that strategy is still driving. Even our policy with the moon like a rush to claim kind of a first come first claim approach. But I would advocate there's a huge opportunity right now, 60 years later, we're entering this with very different preexisting conditions in the 19 sixties because our planet And our species and really all species are in existential crossroads are very vulnerable. And I think we should move away from a scarcity, mindset and a Defensive reactive strategy. To a more proactive strategy, one that begins in intentionality and respect and we need to develop ethical and transparent protocols ahead of the science and I know it'll be slow and messy. But we're really at a crossroads and now is the time to revisit the process. I want to bring back doctor innately again with their hopes for what comes next. I think that we're too far along this path to hold the flood back. What we absolutely in urgently need to do is find a way to do both for the benefit of all. The question is, How do we do that? Now? Where the policy Where are the leaders where the voice is? Who's going to make that happen? Just a reminder on my Ira Flatow and this is science Friday from studios. A good question. That is the missing piece who are the leaders are ponder you can answer first. I think what we need is more representation at the decisionmaking table. Both of international communities and all the groups advocating for dark skies. There's so much sliding by that we are not able to pay attention to And the first step is to have an advocacy group in our federal agencies. I personally think NASA should have a cultural ethics or cultural protocol office that can partner with all the other aspects of what we as astronomers do. The White House issued an executive order on April 6th. Asserting a writer recover and use space resources. And there's a quote here that I'll read out. Americans should have the right to engage in commercial exploration, recovery and use the resource is an outer space consistent with applicable law. Outer space is illegally and physically unique domain of human activity and I'll try your attention to this end of the quote The United States does not view it as a global Commons. So that's very alarming to me, and the key word for me is applicable law. The laws need to change right now. It's just a couple of regulatory bodies, then bring more historically minority sized voices to the decisionmaking table. And one final question for you, James. How do we get this as part of the discussion to begin with? One of point attention to the United Nations Treaty on the use of outer space, which includes the phrases that the exploration and use of outer space should be carried on for the benefit of all peoples, irrespective of the degree of their economic or scientific development. And also that such cooperation will contribute to the development of mutual understanding and to the strengthening of friendly relations between states and people's. These are lofty goals and trying to the United Nations and I'm happy to say that there is currently an international conference being planned for October. That will result in a white paper to the United Nations about light pollution, including from satellites, with the hope that we will be able to provide some more teeth to those treaties. It also needs to happen is a partner said updating of federal United States laws and other countries. Laws Right now, the National Environmental Protection Act does not include protection of the sky. The sky is not consider the environment that needs protecting now we can see it desperately does need that protection. I think we're out of time. So much to talk about. We have begun the discussion. I'd like to thank my guest actor Aparna Venkatesan, professor of physics and astronomy, University of San Francisco. Dr. James Lowenthal, professor and chair of astronomy. Smith College, North Hampton, Massachusetts. As I say Thank you both for taking time to be with us today. Thank you for this opportunity. Thank you. It was a pleasure. One last thing before we go we've been talking about who makes the decisions about the night sky. And one thing that sure is that Space six is continuing to put their starling satellites up. And NASA wants you to photograph them..

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"national environmental protection" Discussed on WZFG The Flag 1100AM

WZFG The Flag 1100AM

05:51 min | 2 years ago

"national environmental protection" Discussed on WZFG The Flag 1100AM

"They have a lot of time. Get this thing done and get that oil movies. There were important point he's really raised right on point here. Um Scott, so very there couple of issues. The first issue is the issue. You just talked about the environmental impact statement person he ate Earth environmental assessment. Remember it was under the Obama administration that the Corps of engineers concluded That an environmental assessment was adequate for this for this crossing, and the reason they determined it was adequate was because they didn't. But that's what is done in all of these. These cases that this is not a complicated river crossings. Rather, it's rather standard. In fact, That the same pipeline crosses the same river north of on the northern part of the river in North Dakota system. It's not that unusual and this same judge now listen, This is really Important circle stuff. This same judge on a total 11 to 2017 nearly three years ago issued an order on this very same topic, And he concluded that the pipeline could first will remain in operation and said that the court had largely complied with Niklas requirements with this e A and that the case at that time was Korma or that you have the core and the company want to continue to operate the pipeline while they added a supplemental. So they're actually expanding the well then when he received some criticism for you, considering his order, saying that they were short, cutting the deeper process nippers overriding Regulation National Environmental Protection Act. He wrote that he said this. But the lengthy procedural history of this case shows more over. There has been nothing hasty about the chorus decision making thus far so at that 0.3 years ago, he was all on board. Within a year, he was all on board with keeping the pipeline operating. And now he's saying no, you need a full blown the whole pipeline. And by the way, you have to shut down the pipeline and empty that oil, which is beyond his scope. And and I do think, Gary this that I don't. I don't want to prejudge anything, and it's certainly not. I'm not hearing the case for that for anybody, but at the very least, it seems to me that on appeal, they allow the company to continue to operate the line. They ought to do you and by the way that a line that's been operating successfully safely securely environmentally solidly for three years. While they either conduct the whole bony ass or appeal the decision to even have to do a complete yes, and by the way, is another factor. It's not the company that's that's a bolt here. It's the US Army Corps of Engineers. Is there who was their permit? It is being litigated here. Not, you know, not the operation of the pipeline company. Appreciate your call Gary. Thanks so much others waiting. I don't know that it's possible to over state the impact of this one decision. One judge in saying this is going to shut down. I mean, the ripple effects Amazing. There might not be enough money to fund the diversion in Fargo, Right and up. So that's exactly right. Yeah, I mean, some people be okay with that. But I'm saying right now it's the majority view. And people want to have that happen. I'm saying how many other things won't happen. So this is the big one In my mind. The oil industry was just right now to the point where they're okay. Good luck that we can go and we'll go to our lenders. We could go back. We can invest. We can drill. Oils that $40 Let's find the drill spots that have the best return that all stopped Who in their right mind is gonna lend anybody toe money? Tio pull product out of the ground that you can't get into a pipeline because the car and you got to put on rail. Well, Scott to your point. This is all about investment is all about. We wear investment in the oil industry is going to take place and remember, we are already fighting a lower price. We're fighting the salaries and Russians and their oversupply of that hope. We had to fight that one off. We did that successfully. Look, the industry is just coming back to that $40 mark words sort of hanging in there. And that is prompted some additional investment people looking and remember that North Dakota and the box is riches. That field is successful as it is, we are in the center of the North American continent. At $40 W T I price does not mean $40 in barking. It means that maybe lower to mid thirties at best in the box because of the transportation discount. Now you take away over half a 1,000,000 barrels of production a day on a very efficient pipeline. And you put that on rail cars, for example, that adds another $10 to the cost, which makes it very difficult for investors to continue this year. So guess what that means to go to Texas, Oklahoma, Saudi Arabia, Nigeria, Venezuela. Russia probably not been as well. But Russia. They're going to begin at look for places where cheaper to produce transport and literally, it will be cheaper to bring oil from Saudi Arabia. Meant to produce oil in North Dakota and Dad has very serious long term ramifications. Not just to the revenue picture for the North Korean government and funding for education and you write diversions and roads and social services, which we're gonna need a lot more up when there aren't as many jobs by the way Social Service Service But it also is detrimental to American national security. We have become largely guys economically secure because of oil development in this country. And now all of that at risk because of one activist judge in Washington. I don't know when we come back. What you think the best In a remedy here is one obviously a win in court. Is this being appealed to it? Would it be possible for standing rock to say OK, Proceed with the eyes. But don't shut the pipeline down. You're gonna harm MH a nation one of our.

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"national environmental protection" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:51 min | 2 years ago

"national environmental protection" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Are important conversations that we need to have as an American people amongst themselves about where we are right now earlier in the day Makowski told The Washington Post that former defense secretary Jim Mattis is rebuke of trump was true and overdue Mattis said trump was dividing the country and is present incy has lacked mature leadership quite agree solace NPR news Washington two members of the U. S. military are recovering from injuries sustained last night near the White House after nearby lightning strike NPR's Jen Newman says the two were not hit directly the strike occurred during late night protests in Lafayette square across from the White House Washington DC's fire and EMS confirmed on social media the two were taken to a local hospital with non life threatening injuries after they quote felt the effects of a nearby lightning strike that sent P. R.'s chan Newman in buffalo New York two police officers have been suspended by the city's police commissioner because of injuries sustained by a seventy five year old man as a city square was being cleared of protesters the man is hospitalized in serious condition with head injuries video shows him falling and hitting his head as protesters were being moved off the square this is NPR news from Washington president trump is directing federal agencies to waive required environmental reviews for large projects because of the ongoing corona virus pandemic NPR's Nathan rott says there are questions about the legality of the move citing the economic fallout of the on going corona virus pandemic the trump administration says it's imperative to fast track the building of major infrastructure projects like pipelines and highways and to do that trump signed an executive order telling agencies they can ignore certain reviews under laws like the national environmental protection act and the Endangered Species Act environmental groups are accusing the administration of using a national emergency the propeller deregulatory agenda and are questioning the legality of the move in a separate action the EPA simultaneously proposed a new rule that would make it harder to justify limits on air pollution Nathan rott NPR news later today president trump will be in Maine he's expected to highlight a company that manufactures specialized swamps Houston corona virus testing puritan medical products in Guilford is one of two large companies that produces the swaps earlier the president is scheduled to meet with members of Maine's commercial fishing industry protesters say they plan to demonstrate in Texas the police chief in San Antonio says the deaths of six family members whose bodies were found in the back of an S. U. V. at home was not an accident the bodies of two adults and four young children were found in the vehicle in the garage of a home the chief says when officers arrived there.

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"national environmental protection" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

03:01 min | 2 years ago

"national environmental protection" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Are important conversations that we need to have as an American people in Monticello about where we are right now earlier in the day Makowski told The Washington Post that former defense secretary Jim Mattis is rebuke of trump was true and overdue Mattis said trump was dividing the country and this presidency has lacked mature leadership quality service NPR news Washington the trump administration is directing agencies to waive required invalid Mar mental reviews for large projects because of the ongoing chronic virus pandemic NPR's Nathan rott reports there are questions about the legality of the move citing the economic fallout of the on going corona virus pandemic the trump administration says it's imperative to fast track the building of major infrastructure projects like pipelines and highways and to do that trump signed an executive order telling agencies they can ignore certain reviews under laws like the national environmental protection act and the Endangered Species Act environmental groups are accusing the administration of using a national emergency the propeller deregulatory agenda and are questioning the legality of the move in a separate action the EPA simultaneously proposed a new rule that would make it harder to justify limits on air pollution Nathan rott NPR news cemex close on Wall Street today the Dow Jones industrial average closed up eleven points the nasdaq was down sixty seven points S. and P. five hundred closed down ten points this is NPR live from KQED news Centerra Syler local officials have looked to the California National Guard to assist law enforcement during the recent protests forty four hundred guard members have been deployed statewide this week including five hundred troops in Sacramento fifty in Vacaville and fifty in Vallejo it made it seem like our communities World War wars are and we were somehow enemy combatants or something different our community civil rights attorney Melissa Nold says she was at a vigil yesterday for angel Rommel's who was killed by the local police in twenty seventeen when trucks of guard troops passed by we were a little bit intimidated were sure they were there for us later as police chief said at a news conference yesterday that the guard has been used to protect critical infrastructure but offered no other details leaders of the San Francisco unified school district are considering ending its contract with the city's police force that's after public schools in Minneapolis to do the same following the killing of George Floyd KQED's Julia McEvoy reports several students parents and teachers made the case for SFU S. D. to drop its contract with the police department during a board of education committee meeting on Wednesday Joseph coffee attends ida B. wells high school I don't think that we should be funding a corrupt system that does not care about the people that they're supposed to be protecting so called Sarnia the district pays just under forty six thousand dollars a year for police several board members say they support the idea and hope to look into the contract at next week's board meeting San Francisco police have yet to.

"national environmental protection" Discussed on 90.3 KAZU

90.3 KAZU

02:58 min | 2 years ago

"national environmental protection" Discussed on 90.3 KAZU

"Conversations that we need to have as an American people among themselves about where we are right now earlier in the day Makowski told The Washington Post that former defense secretary Jim Mattis is rebuke of trump was true and overdue Mattis said trump was dividing the country and his presidency has lacked mature leadership quite agree solace NPR news Washington the trump administration is directing agencies to waive required invalid Mar mental reviews for large projects because of the ongoing corona virus pandemic NPR's Nathan rott reports there are questions about the legality of the move citing the economic fallout of the on going corona virus pandemic the trump administration says it's imperative to fast track the building of major infrastructure projects like pipelines and highways and to do that trump signed an executive order telling agencies they can ignore certain reviews under laws like the national environmental protection act and the Endangered Species Act environmental groups are accusing the administration of using a national emergency to propel a deregulatory agenda and are questioning the legality of the move in a separate action the EPA simultaneously proposed a new rule that would make it harder to justify limits on air pollution Nathan rott NPR news cemex close on Wall Street today the Dow Jones industrial average closed up eleven points the nasdaq was down sixty seven points the S. and P. five hundred closed down ten points this is NPR while praising peaceful protesters who have thronged streets in California authorities there say they have also filed criminal charges against more than a hundred people accused of looting and violence figures were announced as protests continue their over the death of George Floyd while crowds of been growing violence has been easing after many big cities put curfews in place estimated ten thousand people gathered in San Francisco to protest officials say twenty two year old suspected looter was shot and killed Tuesday the city VA home a large study of the drug hydroxy chloroquine has been retracted by three of its authors as NPR's Joe Palca explains the paper started attracting criticism or paper rather sordid track criticism within days of its publication last month the paper purported to look at data from patients being treated in more than six hundred hospitals around the world the study concluded that using hydroxy Clark win either alone or with an antibiotic to treat patients with covert nineteen not only was of no benefit but also increase the patient's risk of dying data for this study were collected by a company called surges fear the three authors retracting the paper in the journal the lancet say they were not satisfied by efforts to verify the company's data the company has pledged transparency and says in a statement on its website that it's working to address all questions about the data it provided Joe Palca NPR news stations trade gap that's the difference between what you S. company sent overseas and foreign firm shipped U. S. shores at its highest level in eight months in April for from the commerce department today saying the gap between the U. S. selling and buying rose to forty nine point.

"national environmental protection" Discussed on Resonant Restoration Podcast

Resonant Restoration Podcast

10:06 min | 2 years ago

"national environmental protection" Discussed on Resonant Restoration Podcast

"The primary goal of restoration ecology which is also known as ecological restoration is to return a community or ecosystem to a condition similar ecological structure function or both to that existing prior to site disturbance or degradation. But it's really up to you. It's a fluid and dynamic field. So choose what you will. If you want a more in-depth read make sure to look at our show notes or our website where we will lose permanent resources and materials such as the primer Sdr guidelines an interesting books available through island. Press the authority and main source that I will be using for definitions and guidance is the society for ecological restoration. There are only a couple other organizations that I'm aware of councils related to the United Nations Society Wetland scientists and the Ecological Society of America among a few others but those are the main ones. I go to restoration is still very much. An emerging and young field of Science. That makes sense since we are predominantly trying to solve new ANTHROPROGENIC ISSUES. Issues have become prevalent in the nineteen hundreds with little regulations in place curb detrimental effects of industry and our overall footprint as humans. We saw mechanisms and figures. Come to the forefront with these impacts becoming more and more prevalent throughout the late century people became concerned with things like rivers on fire outright pollution and with that we saw people like Luna Leopold Rachel Carson Aldo Leopold Edward Abbey Berry Lopez. Freeman House. Wendell Berry Gary Snyder. Wall stagner Gifford Pinchot o e o Wilson among many others admittedly. I am an avid reader of natural history and I will probably refer to these authors from time to time. If you haven't checked them out I highly recommend doing so so we also saw things like Niba which is the National Environmental Protection. Act and sequel. Which is the California Environmental Quality? Act I apologize many things I will say around California as I am based in Humboldt County. I can't really help it. So we also saw the endangered Species Act Native Plant Protections Clean Water Act. The National Pollution Discharge Elimination System Permits Wilderness Protection and other things related to natural communities lately such as Oak Woodlands NGOs which are non governmental organizations grassroot. Organizations Land Trusts River keepers restoration councils native plants societies earth. First and list goes on. This is all really happening in the blink of an eye. I was lucky enough to be born in a time. Cd's mechanisms already in place for the most part and making considerable differences. I never saw one of those previously mentioned rivers on fire however we still have a long ways to go. So let's start by talking about different types of restoration. The literature kind of defines three main ones. We got complete restoration where the goal is to restore all previous attributes. That were historically present. There's ecological services restoration which is also called process-based restoration which includes simplified structures and we have experiential restoration which is usually created for people or leisure. So you see that happening in parkways and where people go to recreate so then we can also go and define active restoration versus passive restoration where impassive restoration. You're only removing the disturbance and you're allowing nature to steer the go-cart Kart whereas active restoration. Your more engaged and on the ground you are doing plantings realizing channels still removing those disturbances. But you're trying to also reinstate some of those processes one good definition provide is trajectory where the natural succession or flow of events. That would be present. Through natural processes and a reference condition or reference model is also something commonly referred to in restoration where through utilizing an intact community nearby or through other means such as historical data or conversations. You can guide your restoration projects and find the correct trajectory that you are steering your go-cart towards lately people have been changing their views on reference conditions. A little bit so we see people not really trying to mimic are already in place communities but instead tried to accommodate for challenges in the future. And there's a lot of them so we have things like climate change sea level rise and we also have a hard time knowing. What was there historically? We can only go back so far. With aerial imagery or with conversations. The question is always. What is the goal? And why is that? The goal another key aspect I want to touch on is monitoring and that is because it's often neglected or done at minimum requirements. Where data is not so meaningful or not even collected this is due to funding issues or time restraints and also that data is not disseminated through the restoration community as it should be to better inform future projects so some of the issues that can be discussed and the restoration world include novel trajectories or novel ecosystems and whether historic models are still even relevant due to challenges and posed by climate change invasive species distribution sea level rise or other situations. We find ourselves at this point in time. Also can we really know what was President and historical circumstances? How far back in time can or should we strive to go? Should landscapes be left alone and always what is the best strategy so I should take a step back and define novel ecosystems or novel trajectories? So those are human built modified or engineer niches. They exist in places that have been altered in structure and function by human reasons. And with that. Let's.

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"national environmental protection" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

01:49 min | 2 years ago

"national environmental protection" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"Michael Toscano I just know I'm gonna work my heart out for every single vote and to the very end that's what I do democratic presidential candidate senator any clover shower on the campaign trail in New Hampshire trying to take advantage of a recent surge in tracking polls to get supporters out to cast ballots today in the New Hampshire primary correspondent John Locke caught up with her at a school in Manchester she's trying to stop by get a little more face time with some of the people before they come into this elementary school and vote and I remember she came out of Iowa in place for campaign is viewing her as an underdog and they're trying to turn her into a contender Sharon Pitt British judge to moderates have move past Elizabeth Warren and Joe Biden in recent New Hampshire polling the trump administration today holes the first of two public hearings on a plan to scale back the landmark national environmental protection act law which spells out the nation's principal environmental goals the hearing is in Denver Democrats have pronounced president trump's almost five trillion dollar budget proposal with its cuts in healthcare as dead on arrival but Steve Womack top Republican on the house budget committee is urging house Democrats to get to work it's time for Democrats to roll up their sleeves join us at the table to do the difficult work president trump is leading on the issue he put forward a budget Democrats have not doing nothing he is no option the army corps of engineers will spend over eighty five million dollars this year to deepen the main channel of the Mississippi River in Louisiana this would allow several southeast Louisiana ports to accept large cargo ships built to take advantage of the Panama Canal expansion an Instagram post from Kobe Bryant's widow expressing some anger as Andy Scholes reports in the postman as a bride says she's mad over the deaths of her husband Kobe and daughter Gigi but you know it's.

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"national environmental protection" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5

New Jersey 101.5

03:09 min | 2 years ago

"national environmental protection" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5

"Is there are seventy plus auto insurers in the state choice and that is indicative of a healthy competitive market and that is really the best way to keep rates stable or down for all of the Jersey drivers do you know me a New Jersey one a one point five news somebody jerseys first news five oh nine Somerville motor vehicle office has long been popular as a place to go without long lines are big wait times what concerns about lack of parking pollution and other issues of the NBC considering closing the Somerville location NBC chief administrators who Fulton tells the Currier news the lease on the current building expires next year they're already looking for new locations but admitted the new site maybe chosen outside of Somerset County a Florida man arrested after unleashing his pit bull on police in north Jersey police officers and want to queue initially tried to pull over a truck hauling several luxury boats allegedly being driven radically by fifty four year old John Baker from spring lake Florida according to north Jersey dot com once a truck crossed over to ring would Monday it was stopped by officers there on the green would like turn pike when police noticed a pit bull in the cab they told Baker not to release the dog and after threats from Baker he let the dog go and that's when officers opened fire killing the animal Baker could face charges in one Q. and ring would chat Robison New Jersey one one point five news somebody jerseys first news five ten talks are under way with the Philadelphia seventy Sixers and New Jersey to try and force them to repay almost half a million dollars in tax incentives they were given the state awarded the tax breaks for the team moved their practice facility to Camden the questions have arisen about whether they fudged the numbers on their application to get a bigger break them they were entitled to NJ dot com reports the economic development authority is looking at more than a dozen other grants to determine if other companies were overpaid the trump administration is holding the first of two public hearings on a proposal to scale back a landmark environmental law activists say the administration is limiting the very public input that's long been guaranteed by the law known as the national environmental protection act Tuesday's hearing in Denver is the first since president trump proposed narrowing the scope of the any PA which was signed by president Nixon in nineteen seventy along with the clean air act and clean water act any PA spells out the nation's principal environmental protections time any jerseys first news five twelve temperatures are in the forties this morning if you're on the road early this morning watch out for fall get stick in spots it'll be raining and drizzly for the morning commute but we should dry out by the time we get into the afternoon rush Dannel have an extended look at the forecast and then we'll recap our top stories next year is the radio honest and funny New Jersey won a one point five change is strong and you can experience any goals gym for a limited time only join the most supportive and dedicated community and fitness for just one dollar get access to the latest cardio and strength equipment the best exercise classes and expert personal trainers dedicated to your success a stronger you is waiting at both stand today now for.

"national environmental protection" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

04:17 min | 2 years ago

"national environmental protection" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"Ninety three point one K. of BK the house committee chairman says his panel will investigate what he says are profoundly alarming text messages that have raised questions about the possible surveillance of former ambassador to Ukraine Marie Ivanovic before she was ousted by the trump administration last spring the messages show that trump donor name Robert half high disparage amount of it in messages to cook to a close associate of Rudy Giuliani into and gave him updates on her location and cell phone use representative Eliot Engel is the chairman of the house foreign affairs committee he says the panel will investigate hides is miss the claims as laughable on Twitter a big day today for the trump administration and possibly the American economy as the president signs the Chinese trade deal Andy field with ABC news with this right now and the how does this thing break down well we didn't leave during precious few details of move here other than what we've got me for the signature of the sweet deal here today at the White House and basically it's funny modestly abuse the president lifting some of the terrorists are not putting some of the terrorists in the city would put in there change for China buying a whole lot more of our agricultural products are saying they're going to buy a level of products which the president is saying is unprecedented but that is not exactly true they're basically getting back to the level of the war back in twenty fifteen maps you know five years ago as for what comes ahead we don't know but there's certainly a lot more unresolved charted dumping of products on the United States of the U. S. companies getting a fair shake in China when we do business there currency manipulation all the things that the president has been complaining about are not resolved in this trade deal so does it seem like this was merely a political move on the president's part based on the results that we see today well you'd say it's hard to read the president's far we don't know what kind of moving was certainly if it's always a good thing if if you're doing trade deals and certainly Wall Street thanks to good deal but even the president and Mrs a lot more work to be done to get parity with the United States for some of the abuses of China has been committed so where there's a president says and he's fond of saying we'll see what happens all right I guess we will see what happens that's any field ABC news correspondent Anne thank you very much thank you nine conservation groups have filed suit against the trump administration in an attempt to stop a plan to open more than a million acres of public land in central California to drilling and fracking more from case to case Veronica Carter the lawsuit claims the bureau of land management violated the national environmental protection act by disregarding the potential impact of the new well some public health care quality in climate change mark roses with the national parks association throughout this process the really ignored our comment and really just pushed through this plan without looking at all the different impact not only on our national parks but some of the most impacted communities in the nation when it comes to air quality the lands in question stretch across Fresno curtain kings Madera San Luis Obispo Santa Barbara Tulare and Ventura counties the BLM recently announced its lifting a moratorium on oil and gas leases that's been in place since twenty twelve the administration says the US needs to encourage more drilling to create jobs and to protect the nation's energy independence Veronica Carter news ninety three point one KFBK enter time now six twenty it is ninety three point one at B. K. traffic and weather together happens every ten minutes Tuesday in S. argue whether Israel auto mall and dance at the split I'm going to be about sixty minutes now so gradually getting better on eastbound cap and westbound cabin one Avenue report of a fire maybe sleeping bags or some kind of bags betting on fire there so I would assume if you're homeless situation westbound Capital One Avenue one ram otherwise yes but the Roseville fifteen minutes he's bound eighty downtown to do elk Grove south on I five is not about fourteen minutes so it's getting better but also twenty five minutes to well grow one ninety nine and that kind of also this is what I'm I'm really shaking my head at twenty two minutes this time of day is usually much longer than the that so this is all good S. seventy minutes the dented woodland northbound I. five a at about twelve minutes downtown to Davis on westbound eighty S..

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"national environmental protection" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

03:51 min | 2 years ago

"national environmental protection" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"S. history continues up to order twelve points yesterday setting new all time highs and again the fed is now admitting that president trump was right they needed to cut rates the to stave off recession I don't believe there was ever any recession threat but the fed trying to save face here but remember with president trump that camp pushing Jay Powell cut the rate cut the rate cut today they rose they raise rates too quickly a federal appeals court yesterday lifting the block one of three point six billion dollars in funding for president trump's border wall so on all the take a victory lap really really for the US circuit court of appeals ruled the reverse of the junction from US District Court judge David Brianna's which had walked the military construction funds they're now free to build that wall and yesterday president trump announced the they're making some he signed an executive order making some changes the national environmental protection act they're going to go slash regulations even more because in some cases it takes twenty to thirty years to build projects in America's specially to infrastructure because of environmental concerns wetlands and things of that nature so the presence lasting as watching even more regulations making it easier and quicker and better to build and while the same time protecting the environment and you talk about taking the cuffs off of the economy and with these I think that's the number one thing he's done is just what she's regulations slots overheard the facts because the regulations that's why the economy is on one story that is and it continues to again and and twenty twenty election year it's all good maybe all downhill from here when a starting at the concert now yeah we are and the other thing is that do you think and of course the the what ifs here of Bruce put in front of we'll get to the bottom of the hour the speaker send you articles of impeachment over there today or Monday or whatever we want to next week and if there was a trial which would have been very quickly I think in the end the Senate and this is all for the state of the union address Sir Huckabee Sanders a former press secretary for the president said yesterday that the the president might want to rub the acquittal involve us bigger force you to face at the annual state of the union address should he doesn't quite look to see our dentures fall out of automated a cool about this but she obviously has an issue with them you know should be singer orthodontists pretty soon to make sure that they don't keep moving around in her mouth because this intimate it is distracting so yeah I've I think he could take a mild shot a mile so you don't want to see the big we seem to be gloating but you could take an indirect or mulch out there here's a question that I have regarding this service their missile not be familiar with the technology of the little deeply as others are but this plane was taking off from Tehran airport not incoming so are these surface to air missile site automatically to engage any heat that they'd attack from any kind of engine with a be a missile or aircraft engine and that being said you mean somebody didn't know that there are planes taking off and landing at the Tehran airport during this time of potential retaliation no one thought of that in any run my suspicion is that somebody in the food chain there I took a look at it and said you know if there's a play we don't know you've got to take care of it because it's probably the Americans coming to DO es damage was taking off I I think there was also a blip on the screen and Sean well there's a low level streams have pushed the button right at seven twenty one it was a good morning drive with Casey and elite winter is now.

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