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Fresh update on "new state law" discussed on The Dori Monson Show
"Across King County. Deadly shootings are up about 50% in the first half of 2021 compared to the previous four years. These weekend shootings coming as new state laws kick in for Law enforcement's cable radio Santa SCOTT reports Republican leaders want to see changes to the legislation as minority leader JT Wilcox law enforcement, deciding that there's big parts of their job that is impossible to execute under the new laws, and that means that people are less safe, Democratic Senator Monica Dhingra says. We are emphasizing that our law enforcement officers are guardians of our community and not warriors in our streets. But she The other sponsors of the new laws say they'll also make some legislative fixes. And if need be, if the attorney general to clarify some of the questions being raised by law enforcement, other local college requires vaccinations. Tacoma Community College says all students and employees must be fully vaccinated before the fall quarter begins. Like other schools, the school is providing exemptions for medical, religious or personal reasons. Kyra Radio forecasts will see highs the next couple days in the upper seventies, low eighties. All sunshine right.
Fresh update on "new state law" discussed on Here & Now
"Experience to qualify for a residency. It's always like what people say It's a catch 22. So that's our situation. It's so frustrating. Mantovani did have a breakthrough recently when she got certified as a counseling professional. It's not the full medical license she had in Brazil, but it was enough to land her counseling jobs at a school and a pediatric clinic. Many others, though, are still locked out of their fields. And a new state law aims to provide some relief. It's exciting to me because it feels like a win win for everybody. State representative Crist, including a Democrat from Lewiston, sponsored the legislation, which gives state regulators greater flexibility in recognising professional credentials from other jurisdictions. Whether that's another state or another country. It also sets up a process for provisional licensing. So if folks need a little bit more education in a certain area they can be working while also receiving that education at the same time. Means governor has signed the law and state officials are now working out exactly how it will be implemented. In the meantime, Francine Ga Boo. The judge from Kinshasa, is restarting her law career through a job at the immigrant legal advocacy project. She's also completing an intensive legal training that will allow her to represent clients in immigration cases. She says. It's hard to express how good it feels to be working again in her area of expertise. I really love it. It's like me every becoming myself,.
Biden Meets With Civil Rights Leaders on Voting Rights
"Leaders spent nearly two hours with President Biden at the White House today discussing how they can protect voter rights that they say are under attacked by Republican majority State lawmakers. ABC is Andy Field with the latest from Our Washington bureau. It's not clear how the president and civil rights leaders he met with can help pass stronger voting rights without 10. Senate Republicans signing on to override new state laws that make it harder to cast a ballot to suppress Deny. And thwart The votes of black people. National Urban League President Marc Morial saying black leaders will stage non violent demonstrations to protect their right to vote. Andy
Trump Claims Social Media Giants Are "Destroying Our Country"
"Is a federal lawsuit. Filed in federal court in Florida. Okay? And it is what they call a class action lawsuit, which means other people. Who are banned from social media or social media has done something to them can join the lawsuit. Okay, It's a big deal. Now the reason that the Florida state law comes into play, even though it's a federal lawsuit is that without that? Twitter and Facebook and the others can say To the federal court. There's no precedent you can throw this out. But now there is a precedent in Florida. It's a little complicated a little Pinetti. But it gives Donald Trump a better shot at this. Now he's also suing Mark Zuckerberg was ahead of Facebook, Jack Dorsey, the head of Twitter and a few others personally. They are named, and he wants punitive damages in addition to being reinstated immediately on all social media Here's what Mr Trump said today. Are filing also seeks injunctive relief to allow prompt restitution and Really restoration and you can name about 20 other things that it has to be prompt because it's destroying our country. My accounts. In addition, we are asking the court to impose punitive damages on these social media giants. We're going to hold big tech very accountable. Okay. Now this will take a long time, and there will be obviously attempts by the social media companies to have the case thrown out of court. So it will go on and on and on and on. I see a three year Horizon on this But Donald Trump doesn't have anything to lose. His bills are being paid for by political action committees associated with him. So he's not going to have to pick up the tab for it is going to run into the multi millions of dollars on both sides
Police Groups Sue Over Changes to Minnesota Deadly Force Law
"Hi Mike Rossio reporting police groups sue over changes to Minnesota's deadly force law a coalition of police groups in Minnesota sued the state Friday challenging a change to state law on the standard for justified use of deadly force by police plaintiffs include the Minnesota chiefs of police association and the Minnesota sheriffs association the lawsuit claims the law violates officers right to self defense and unconstitutionally compels officers to forfeit the right to refuse to testify against themselves in deadly force cases the law took effect in March this week efforts to re write the law or put it on hold did not make it into a police accountability package passed by the Minnesota legislature during a special session hi Mike Rossio
Arizona Attorney General Mark Brnovich Explains Supreme Court 6-3 Decision on State Voting Laws
"There was a big decision in the United States Supreme Court today. 6 to 3. Upholding Arizona's election law. And it's receiving passing attention, but it's actually quite a significant victory. I think a lot of the other state legislatures that care about the integrity of their vote. Looking on this with a big smile and we have the attorney general of Arizona is responsible for bringing it in defending that state's election law. Mark Berna vich. It's nice to meet you, sir. Thank you, Mark. Thank you very much for having me on really an honor and a pleasure. Likewise. So tell us what happened here and then what the court decided. Uh, Reader's Digest version is in 2016. The Arizona Legislature had passed guidelines regarding who can collect and deliver ballots, and additionally, Arizona had along this book from the 19 seventies that basically limited the ability of folks to vote out of precinct so The left as they've been doing shortly before elections. Usually, they'll come in and we'll start challenging laws trying to create chaos and trying to stack the deck to their advantage when it comes to election integrity, So I stepped in. I defended our state laws we actually won After attendee trial at the District Court, Of course, the ninth Circuit ninth Circus overturned. That is the over, said the statutes were essentially racist because they couldn't find another reasons. It's write them down, and so I appealed it, and I personally argued the case the U. S Supreme Court. As you just said, Mark, we won 6 to 3.
"new state law" Discussed on WSB-AM
"1st means many new state laws take effect today. Today, anyone renting a vacation home in Georgia will have to pay a $5 a night hotel motel feeds. 19 year olds will have to complete 30 hours of instruction in six hours of on the road training to get their provisional driver's licenses. Cities and counties are prohibited from decreasing their police budgets by more than 5% a year and state lawmakers will be able to set up leadership committees they can raise campaign funds, even during the legislative session, which has been prohibited. Sandra Parish 95.5 double USB Bill Cosby spends his first night out of prison in more than two years. The Pennsylvania Supreme Court overturns his conviction and rules He cannot be tried again. Opinion, though, is not really about guilt or innocence. That's not what this appeal focused on it focused on, among other things due process, WSB legal analyst Phil Holloway says Cosby only waived immunity after a former prosecutor promised he would not be charged. One justice calls that bait and switch Cosby may still fend off civil suits from women who accused him of sexual misconduct. Actor James Franco and two other men agreed to pay $2.2 million to settle sexual misconduct claims filed by former acting students. The women enrolled in Franco's studio for acting school. They say nudity and simulated sex acts were required in their audition tapes, and most of the class simply involved getting naked for sex scenes. Franco denies sexually exploitive behavior. Police in France arrest the woman responsible for a pile up of cyclists. During the first stage of the Tour de France reporter Elaine Cobb says the woman held up a sign for T V cameras that clipped a German writer and led to the chain reaction collision. She is in custody in Brittany, western France, where the tour began. She faces an $1800 fine for reckless, involuntary injury. Several riders are hurt. One had to drop out. Tour organized organizers are threatening to sewer Britney Spears father asked the court to investigate her claims of abuse by her conservatorship. He serves as co conservator of her multi million dollar estate. She claims she can't paint her kitchen cabinets or drive.
NCAA Clears Way for Athlete Compensation as State Laws Loom
"The NCAA board of directors has voted to allow student athletes in all three divisions to pursue compensation for their name image and likeness without jeopardizing their college eligibility the move came ahead of laws going into effect Thursday in more than ten states that would allow such compensation for college athletes that would have meant without NCAA action college athletes in some states would have been able to accept compensation while counterparts in other states could not without violating rules the NCAA has also voted to allow athletes to enter into agreements with agents while saying schools will be responsible for determining whether those activities are consistent with state law hi Mike Rossio
New Law Allows Illinois College Athletes to Profit From Likeness
"A new state law that allows college athletes to profit from their name, image and likeness. Our potential as far as how we develop ourselves as people not only just as athletes is that's all I limitless. This has opened so many opportunities for for myself and my fellow student athletes in Los Angeles residents are being told it would be wise to
Minnesota Governor Announces Changes to Statewide Policing Practices
"Hi Mike Rossi reporting Minnesota's governor announces changes to policing practices Minnesota governor Tim walls in out state wide changes to policing Monday the wall said will increase transparency and accountability walls directed state law enforcement agencies to develop a policy that will allow families of victims killed by officers in those agencies to view body camera footage within five days of the fatal encounter additionally a police misconduct database will be created the executive action also directs fifteen million dollars in grants received via the American rescue plan federal stimulus package for community safety and violence intervention programs walls acted just days after former Minneapolis police officer Derek Shelton was sentenced to twenty two and a half years in prison for the death of George
Background Checks Blocked a Record High 300,000 Gun Sales
"The number of people stopped from buying guns through the background check system had an all time high new records obtained by the group Everytown for gun safety and provided to the AP show more than three hundred thousand rejections a little less than half were rejected because the applicant had felony convictions on their records the increase in blocked gun sales goes along with the record setting surge in sales during the pandemic every town's research found some would be gun buyers were blocked by state law or denied because of domestic violence the group says there's no question background checks work but the system is working overtime to prevent a record number of people with dangerous prohibit us from being able to buy firearms I'm a Donahue
NCAA Memo: Emmert Urges Schools to Act on NIL or He Will
"NCAA president mark Emmert wants the organization's member schools to act swiftly on allowing college athletes to be compensated for their name image and likeness the Associated Press has obtained a memo amber it sent to member schools Friday in which he wrote if rules changes are not in place by July he will take action Emmert cited emerging state laws for the need to act quickly five states have so called and I was set to go into effect July first that will allow college athletes to accept payment for endorsements personal appearances and social media posts the NCAA division one council could act as early as next week when it meets Tuesday and Wednesday hi Mike Rossio
Voting Bill Showdown Looms as GOP Rejects Joe Manchin Plan
"The U. S. Senate will vote early next week on a sweeping rewrite of voting and election laws designed to respond to states that have been passing new voter restrictions Democrats appear to be rallying around a new proposal which has been slimmed down to win the support of West Virginia senator Joe Manchin whose vote would be needed to reach a simple majority but because the bill is not filibuster proof it could be doomed to by GOP opposition if US solution in search of a problem Senate minority leader Mitch McConnell says there's no need for federal legislation despite changes made in several GOP led states after last November's election I've taken a look at all these new state laws none of them are designed to suppress the vote the Democrats bill would soften new state laws which add Polding restrictions like less mail in balloting and photo ID's Jackie Quinn Washington
Pros & Cons of Inherited Tenants
"So today's question is when you purchase a property with attendant already in the middle of their lease. Can you increase the rent or do you have to wait until their lease is up. So that's pretty straightforward. Answer is depends on the lease is a a month to month lease or one year lease or a two year lease so of their leases. Not yet you have to wait until their lease is up there. On a month to month lease you can give them notice that you're going to increase their rent or you can give them notice that one releases up you are going to increase it. If say they have six months left on the lease and look at your state laws because some states like new york state they have different requirements as of the time period. For you to give notice that. You're not going to renew a lease or that. You are going to increase the rent. So i don't know exactly but it's something like if the person has lived there for less than a year it's thirty days notice if they lived there for two years. It's sixty day notice any longer than that. You have to give maybe ninety days notice so make sure you know your state laws and regulations to when you are giving notice that you're going to increase the rent. Tony what do you have. Yeah because the only thing i'd add is that sometimes there are situations where maybe there isn't at least in place right like the owner. The landlord their current owner doesn't know where it's at or can't remember what it was and i haven't purchased a property where i've inherited attendance but in talking with some of my other investing friends one of the things that they use it's called an stoppable agreement and basically you just get the current party so the owner the landlord and the current tenant to sign the agreement saying. Hey here's what we believe the current terms of the lease to be that way when you step into it as the owner. You're not surprised by the owner. Told me that this is what was happening but attended thinks that this is what's happening and then you're kinda stuck between a rock and a hard place and a stop agreement as a way to kind of get past that
Florida Cruise Lines Prepare to Sail, but Clash With DeSantis Looms
"Fate of Florida's cruise industry remains uncertain after court ordered mediation between state officials and the C D. C failed to produce an agreement this week. CDC has said cruise ships can begin operating again this summer, but only a virtually all passengers and crew are vaccinated. Governor De Santis has signed an executive order At the state law takes effect July 1st banning so called vaccine passport. You cannot have just some bureaucracy that doesn't have the legal authority to do is claim an emergency. And then shut down calmer. The governor says medical privacy is protected by law, and he is also accusing the CDC of discriminating against families with young
Texas Democrats Leave State House in Dramatic Fashion Over New Voting Bill
"There's a new Texas law. Coward jump, Democrats decided to walk out in the Texas Texas statehouse. Laws basically about cleaning up elections. Leaves up to two weeks of early voting, but it eliminates things that aren't in. The Texas state law like Drive by voting, which is a recipe for disaster. So of course, the Democrats will come out with its the new gym cry. I am alone this other crap. Well see, unlike Democrats and liberals were actually about conserving free and fair elections because that's what conservatism is about conserving the best parts of America free elections that are easy to vote in an extremely hard to cheat, and that's the whole free and fair part. Texas. They're not about that. I mean, she's me. The Texans are about that and the Wall Street Journal objects to it. The Wall Street Journal wants them to dump a feature of the bill. That prevents voting before one PM on one of the days off two weeks of early voting. Because that day is on a Sunday And they're saying well, minority voters could perceive this is an attack on them because they have souls to the polls. Why are we playing into this? It is. That is nonsense. There's two weeks off early voting, I assure you minority voters in Texas are very smart. Would argue it's racist to hint to. Otherwise they can figure out how to vote, folks. I promise you
Supreme Court Takes up Major Mississippi Abortion Case
"The Supreme Court will consider Mississippi's effort to enforce a state law that bans abortions. After 15 weeks of pregnancy. The band was blocked by lower courts. It could be a major rollback of abortion rights. Steve Dorsey reports. Arguments will likely be heard in the fall. Death by firing squad is now
Norwegian Cruise Line Threatens to Skip Florida Ports
"Managers in Norwegian Cruise line could move their ships out of Florida if they're bound by state law not to use vaccine passports. NCL's Frank del Rio says they want to resume sailing with fully vaccinated cruise and guests but at the end of the day Cruise ships have motors, propellers and runners and God forbid we can operate in the state of Florida for whatever reason, and there are other states Way do operate from Lord of lawmakers recently passing legislation preventing businesses from demanding proof of a covert vaccination.
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"Name your price tool and start an online quote today at progressive dot com price and coverage match limited by state law. My name is julie fifteen years old. And i'm an ear hustle listener befalling episode of your hustle contains language that may not be appropriate for all listener's discretion is advised. Hey john i one of nights you know since the beginning of your house so we have always been about getting voices from inside prison out into the world. And i think we've accomplished that because from my last check we're worldwide. Yes we are but there are other ways to do that. Besides the podcast. You know that for the last eight years. I have been working really hard on this photography project inside of saint quentin. You actually start at that. Before we even thought about your. That's right the project involved. A small group of men inside san quentin and myself looking at in writing about photographs from this amazing archive of images. Taken at san quentin from his long ago is the nineteen thirties. Yeah did an episode based on that. Call this place in season numeral. Three i'm looking. I'm looking at a picture. It looks like a training photo for people who escaped. It's
Supreme Court to Take up Major Second Amendment Concealed Handgun Case
"Has agreed to hear a Second Amendment case on protections for carrying a gun outside of the home. The court has avoided the issue since the landmark ruling in 2008 that the Second Amendment provides an individual right to keep a handgun at home for self defense. The court will hear a challenge to a New York state law. The
Apple Commits $430 Billion in U.S. Investments Over Five Years
"Tech giant Apple announced this morning plans to invest more than $430 billion and add 20,000 new jobs across the country over the next five years from member station W. U. N. C. Jason to brew in reports on what that investment will look like. In North Carolina. Almost 3000 jobs will come to research Triangle Park commonly called RTP the tech and form a hob near Rollie. Those jobs will focus primarily on machine learning artificial intelligence and software engineering. Apple plans to build a one million square foot innovation hub in RTP for a total investment of more than a billion dollars. The area is surrounded by Duke UNC Chapel Hill, North Carolina state, seen by many tech and pharma companies as a rich talent pool, the Republican led North Carolina Legislature in 2016 past the infamous bathroom bill, which led progressive companies to curtail investment in the state. Law was fully repealed last year, and LGBT Q rights advocates credit the repeal for helping to attract the Apple investment.
"new state law" Discussed on Consider This from NPR
"Thursdays coding debacle prevented thousands of people who are eligible to receive vaccine from successfully booking an appointment but they had another chance on friday. Morning would more than four thousand appointments became available at nine o'clock just half an hour later by nine thirty dc mayor. Muriel bowser tweeted that all available appointments eligible people were booked. Those people include folks sixty five and older living in. Dc's priorities zip codes and people with qualifying. Medical conditions do health estimates. There are about one hundred sixty thousand residents who fall into those categories and roughly thirty thousand of them tried to get just a few thousand appointments. Dc health later apologized to the public for the mishap and offered tips like using specific browsers chrome firefox and safari in clearing your cash if you're having trouble accessing the portal here's dc chief technology officer lindsay parker. We know many of you are extremely frustrated with the online process to register for a vaccine. We understand the stress. This has caused and we're working closely with our technology partner at microsoft to continually monitor the process and make improvements the district open. Thirty five hundred more appointments on saturday. May the odds ever in your favor. The way that educators teach black history month is changing to combat false and or incomplete information. Wam amu's debbie trunk spoke with dc teachers about how they're teaching black history. This year is looking for black history month. Elementary school students at kipp dc spring caddy held a virtual concert and danced. The first critters performed this little light of mine. A song music teacher. Don johnson says was popular among children. During the civil rights era of the nineteen fifties and sixties. Other students dance to lift every voice and sing which is often referred to as the black national anthem. This is something that's not necessarily taught in schools but we wanted students to know that you know this is where you're drawing your strength from as african americans growing up in the united states. Johnson says she feels the art can help. Many of her students process some of the grief and trauma of the last year. This black history month in particular especially for young people is going to be one of the most memorable of their young lives having off the heels of the capital rights and coming off the heels of the inauguration of the first black woman vice president of the united states seeing and hearing about some racially motivated death or crime. You know. Young people are very impressionable. Johnson doesn't incorporate reflections and celebrations of black only. During the month of february. Your around her students learn about the origins of west african drumming about ella fitzgerald and billie holiday and the barriers jazz artists had to overcome to perform the stage in the same room as white people. We celebrate black history all year round every class in recent years students and educators throughout the country have pushed school systems to take a hard look. At how history is taught in classrooms many pushed to counter false or incomplete portrayals of people of color in class lessons they say it's a matter of providing fuller telling of history in dc. The state board of education is revising. The city's social studies curriculum standards. A big part of that will be to more fully account for different cultures and to be antiracist carlos. Richardson teaches history at friendship. Collegiate academy moves through sixty five and would not just got woke on it just for one month always the charter school whose bus students marches for racial justice and took students on civil rights. Pilgrimage led by the late georgia congressman. John lewis for wmu. I'm debbie tron. Thanks for joining. Ask for consider this from npr. Listen again next time. And we'll make sense of the major stories happening in the washington region and elsewhere in your world. I'm rachel kersey as i'm jonathan list.
"new state law" Discussed on AP News
"Allegations, which typically unfolds over several hours of fanfare will instead be abbreviated, and the keynote speech that has launched political careers in the past will be delivered by multiple speakers. Jill Biden will introduce herself to Americans as a potential first lady in a primetime speech. Bill Clinton is among the traditions that the Democrats are including in Tuesday night's program. Other featured speakers include John Kerry and representative Alexandria, Ocasio, Cortez. AP News I'm Tim Maguire, Democrats hold their second session of their virtual presidential convention tonight. Julie Walker reports. The roll call vote of state delegations, which typically unfolds over several hours of fanfare will instead be abbreviated tonight, and the keynote speech that has launched political careers in the past will be delivered by multiple speakers. Jill Biden will introduce herself to Americans as a potential first lady in a primetime speech. Bill Clinton is among the traditions that the Democrats are including in Tuesday night's programming. Other featured speakers include 2004, Democratic presidential nominee John Kerry and representative Alexandria, Ocasio, Cortez. I'm Julie Walker during a White House event Commemorating the 19th amendment, which ensured women the right to vote. President Trump says he'll pardon women's suffrage leader, Susan B. Anthony for voting in 18 72 in violation of laws permitting only men to vote. She got a part for a lot of other women. And she didn't put her name on the list. So she was never pardon. Today is the 1/100 anniversary of the ratification of the 19th amendment. Trump is now in Iowa, meeting with federal, state and local officials about the derecho that wreck nearly half of the crops and killed at least three people across the state. We will rebuild even stronger than before. We're going to be in fantastic. Shape in a very short period of time. Trump's campaign and Iowa Republican groups are suing three counties and effort to invalidate tens of thousands of absentee ballot request forms. The lawsuits claim. County election officials pre filled the forms mailed to most registered voters with information including names, dates and birth and a voting pin number that very few people know In violation of a new state law, which in itself is being challenged in court. Many of those absentee ballot request forms have already been sent back to the election officials in afternoon trading, the Dow is off just six. This is AP News. Dr Anthony Fauci tells a health line online town hall. He's cautiously optimistic about a vaccine against the Corona virus. The studies that have been done the preliminary phase one studies Are inducing a level of neutralizing antibodies in the phase one volunteers that's at least equivalent to if not better than what you see. With convalescent plasm of people who've actually recovered. How, she adds, the goal is to drive down positive test the levels now seen in New York City and state less than 1%. There are parts of the country where it's 15 20%. That's really high. You've got to get that percent positivity. So the percent of the test that you do that are actually positives got to be a very low. No Johns Hopkins reports more than 170,000. People have died in the pandemic in the US Experts say that figure is likely lower than the actual number of deaths. I'm to McGuire AP News AP.
"new state law" Discussed on Progressive Talk 1350 AM
"Of our system is it's a state based system fifty states now and the states have real power big power lines Powell. So when you have a federal government that is a federal government of limited powers limited by what's written in the constitution, the amendments and the state. Rates are unlimited powers, their sovereign the states, a sovereign the states created the federal government, not the other way around. What that all means? These are all high falutin nice sounding concepts tonight. You know, I normal reminding you stuff you heard in grade schools, it seems to make a little more sense now, but this has real life application in actual news stories in our everyday lives. New York state is a sovereign state. In fact, I was born and raised there. They call it the Empire State, and we are an empire. Anyway, New York state is a sovereign state and within the boundaries the physical lines that that contain the state of New York that there is tremendous power in the elected officials there and the New York state attorney general is to the state of New York what the United States attorney general is to the United States government. The top law enforcer in the state, okay? New York state has an attorney general California has an attorney general each and every one of the states as a state attorney general, and those state attorneys generals are very very powerful in their state. Now, I trust you know, that the Roman Catholic church has a continuous apparently an ongoing scandal about priests and pedophilia and sexual scandals in the Roman Catholic church and you'll recall a couple of weeks ago, the state of Pennsylvania, a a civil grand jury. Right. They didn't denied indicting. There's two kinds of grand juries that. The most popular well-known was again, just indicts people like Paul Manafort, right Minoza, the typical grandeur as we talk about they hand down indictments, right? There's a second kind of grand jury that is not very often discussed, and it's an investigative investigatory grand jury, the loss, Los Angeles County the county in which I live we have a permanent investigatory grand jury, and they are there in the people change every I think it's twenty three months now, I think about it. But they're there to investigate essentially government corruption. And so they issue reports and they don't indict. But that's what happened in Pennsylvania. He civil grand jury with the state attorney general did a giant investigation of the Roman Catholic church inside the state of Pennsylvania, and you and I discussed the results, and they were really disgusting and very very sad and scary, okay. Now, New York has launched the same thing. So when we read in the news that a state attorney general has launched an investigation. And by the way, the New York's attorney general has done has been to issue civil subpoenas to various of the diocese inside New York state now that is a civil subpoena, which means they're looking for documents evidence witnesses as part of an investigation. It sounds like a civil grand jury to me. I mean, this is it sounds like the New York. State attorney general's is is duplicating replicating duplicating is an exact copy replicating is more or less a copy. So the New York state attorney general saw what happened next door in Pennsylvania and said, you know, that's not a bad idea. And the New York state attorney general has the independent sovereign power to do that and Benedict. Donald can't stop the the New York state attorney, general rainy state attorney general congress can't do it. That's a feature of our system. And I think it's a good one it disperses power it diffuses power. It prevents the concentration of power. So that we don't end up with a dictator, and I hope you understand where I'm going with that. All right. And I'm done with that. I'm done with that. But I am coming to the phones with you right now is a matter of fact, Thurgood I love that name Thurgood in Illinois. Hi. I'm a loyal listener. Hey supporter of the podcast. Thank you. Heroes headed off the lost. And I wanted to speak briefly in regard of the nominee and his views regarding affirmative action. Many moons ago. We had this notion of affirmative action remedy to Canada USA, slavery one.
"new state law" Discussed on WSB-AM
"Change wanting I Veronica Hurrell over on the inner loop two eighty five eastbound couple of crashes clearing around northside powers sphere is going to keep you on the. Breaks all the, way back to Bolton road house the outer loop Ashley Frasca slow in DeKalb county on the east side to eighty five northbound about thirty minutes to get up from I twenty to I. Eighty five spaghetti junction, twenty five westbound. Stays crowded overpass Peachtree industrial. Boulevard triple team. Traffic WSB, WSB time twenty six here's Clark Howard you know. Our passwords are so not really. Helping us anymore there are so many. Data breaches I have a program on my computer that tells me as I type in a password on a website if it's been compromised and it seems like every password everywhere I put in his at some point Ben. Compromise and everybody in the financial business knows this so there's a Bank in Scotland that is using technology, that you're going to see in the United States maybe even starting to appear before this year's out, that tracks how. You Type on your phone at what angle you have it which finger used to type on and all that and they store all this digital information, and if somebody goes to sign into your account and. They don't fit the pattern about how you hold the phone how you type the system knows it's not, you and it's a fraudster and prevent somebody from getting at your money Sticking your money Moneymatters sponsored by RBM of landing, Mercedes-Benz sandy. Springs here's WSB money matters host Wes moss Scott another solid day. On Wall Street the s. and p.. Five hundred knots its third, consecutive record close albeit with, minimal gains stock spent most of the day right around. The flat line following, Monday's breakout performance which is mostly result of renewed, optimism surrounding trade specifically with Mexico attention is now likely to shift to the third member of NAFTA Canada as the US tries to reconstruct the trade agreement and based on, the current trend any resolution would be good. News for stocks WSB in-depth who's playing ball with Georgia's, new hands-free law, the triple a.'s Garret Townsend that about ninety eight percent of Georgia and Georgia drivers are aware of the new state law that bans the use. Of anthill phones but the majority of us five percent are still seeing drivers holding a phone, in their hand and the number of Atlanta citation for violating Georgia's hands-free law so far since July first in Atlanta eight hundred seventy two. Thanks for joining us, for land, is morning news, our top. Stories are just. Two minutes away neighbors are, devastated after a bubbly toddler is found dead in her Newton county home Billy sorry about that, and it. Breaks my heart I'm WSB's Michelle right by police are questioning the. Child's mom in connection to her dad. News time is seven twenty, eight have you ever sold, a home or had a family member sell a home. The real estate agent, puts a lot box out front you feel like, everybody has access to your house at anytime with.
"new state law" Discussed on KTOK
"Cut into throats. Off what NASA Number Blah, blah, blah He he also in that same speech started to, talk, about He just wants to know who these. White people are he wants to know what. Religion. They are he wants to know where they come from originally he wants to know how long. They've been here and they will cut the throats of whiteness any of this sound familiar. Because this is the kind of. Stuff that comes from democratic socialists marxists Leninists. It always does you have to have class or race warfare this is why it's incredibly important that we do not give into our outrage, that we break our addiction to outrage because if we don't we will be led down this. Same path where the only answer is kill the other side the f. f. or EFF's numbers in popularity have grown so. Large. Now that they were actually able to force the Africa The National Congress to begin seizing white. Owned land land owned by white farmers and giving it to black South Africans the policy has now begun the new state law says that, white farmers will be offered fair market value for their land by the government if they turn. It down the land will be seized anyway fair market value for a land piece of land that they have just seized Included one point three seven million dollars for a piece of land that is. Valued in the open market at thirteen point. Seven million dollars it's only a tenth of what. The farms are worth obviously a slap in the, face after turning it down they received this letter notice is hereby. Given that a terrain inspection will be held. On the farm at ten AM in order to conduct. An audit of the assets and. The handover of the farms keys, to the state this farm is just the first of many this is exactly what. Happened with Lenin and Stalin. What they do is they blame the rich farmers then they kill or take the land away from the rich. Farmers then they give those, farms to the people the people, don't have experience that the rich farmer has they were rich for a reason Then the country starves A report earlier this month showed that one hundred and thirty nine white owned farms have been. Targeted now for seizure so what happens if the farmers refused? To leave their land these are the, moments right before catastrophe and it all began with a small group of Marxist and democratic socialists that were able to capture the national, spotlight by harnessing hatred We don't have land redistribution here yet but the rise. Of democratic socialism and Marxism in South Africa should sound uncomfortably familiar look what the new left is doing and saying here in America they are categorizing each. Of us into groups and two identities and turning us one? Against the other social class against social, class race against race gender against gender today's social Justice is the undercover name for yesterday's boo joie z. polo Terry at workers revolution It is Marxism coming. From the flank rather than straight ahead You'll never hear this from a democratic. Socialist but heed this warning Marxism leads to violence every time I ask you today To pray for the, people of South Africa both white and black whites that will be killed the blacks that will have to live with it for the rest of their lives and the children that will have to grow up now. In chaos and violence Pray for the people of South Africa But also prey That we don't actually go, over this cliff As we get precariously close to the.
"new state law" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM
"Iran's our office because of a new state law you can't use your tax dollars or gas tax dollars towards that kind of thing basically terry mccoy he said the project already had sixty two million dollars allocated for the tolls and the district could put another one hundred and twenty five million into it to a total one hundred eighty seven million but the projects going to be at least four hundred million is what he says well unless they have a firm deadline where this thing has to start you know like kennedy saying we've got to land on the moon by the end of the decade this thing will still be pushed out pushed out pushed out i you know there's a huge area near the y out there were businesses several years ago many businesses whole strip centers cleared out in anticipation that it's coming and i think man how well could they have done had they stayed put because that land were they moved out it was just sat empty and become homeless camps frankly i don't know how the business is there in that area make money well i mean it's it's it's a nightmare morning and afternoons read it is hard to get into some of those shopping center that it is that it is so this will improve that situation but i have no confidence that this will start at twenty twenty that would be great but i can't see it happen textile revenue tied to recently approved constitutional amendments which redirect sales tax dollars in oil and gas tax to the agency cannot legally be spent on toll road projects that's why they took the toll road idea out of there nor can some gas tax money that under twenty fifteenth state law was put back into the state's hands after ben diverted for many years to the texas department of public safety so that that situation there as far as not being a toll road those of us who have to use that area on a daily basis will appreciate that those that never come to oak hill will not because you got to pay for it anyway thank you ever so much i don't mind the toll roads i don't mind him at all they're not not not a not a problem for me like they offer some.
"new state law" Discussed on AP News
"Public safety foundation by donating point one three percent of every purchase president trump is again pushing for action on immigration ap washington correspondent saga megani reports he's blaming mexico for an influx of immigrants and says it's time to use the nuclear option for a second straight day the president's raging over immigration tweeting democrats want no borders heads drugs and crime and that a deal to help trimmer immigrants is dead because democrats didn't care or act he says congress must immediately pass border legislation and the senate should change its rules to end a filibuster if needed that's something gop leader mitch mcconnell has dismissed in the past yesterday the president declared no more daca deal and threatened to pull the us out of nafta unless mexico does more to stop people from crossing into the us saga megani at the white house actress kristen bell says she hopes the latest i max documentary pandas helps inspire the next generation of biologists and conservationists bell who's a passionate animal rights activists narrates the film it's about a research base in china which attempts to help get more captive born pandas in the wild bells is the film's inspiring adorable and education all and they'll make audiences feel good she's already shown it to her two young daughters pandas opens and a few dozen i max theaters in the us and canada on friday a new state law let's teachers in indiana keep teaching kids the right stuff it's a schools can continue to teach cursive writing if they want the legislature just approved a new law that allows schools to teach students how to write in cursive as an optional class some legislators wanted to make it mandatory but that was voted down the times in northwest indiana reports that state education officials made cursive lessons optional seven years ago about twenty percent of the schools were teaching cursive even without a law explicitly authorizing it according to a state education department survey last year mom can we kings dominion please kings dominion where we ride the rights together.
"new state law" Discussed on AP News
"President putin welcome at the white house i'm jacky quin with an ap news minute russian officials say when president trump and putin spoke by phone last month the us president extended an invitation for a white house visit our saga megani reports the white house spokeswoman sarah sanders says the president did invite putin to washington the executive mansion was among several potential venues they discuss a powerful earthquake has hit el salvador it's a five point nine but no early reports of major damage two planes collided at an airfield in marion indiana one was landing a smaller plane was taking off that plane struck the larger aircraft crashed and caught on fire killing the pilot and passenger to six thousand pounds of food and supplies are headed to the international space station the spacex rocket launched to supply ship on a two and a half day journey i'm jackie quinn the invite is out for russian president vladimir putin to visit the white house ap washington correspondent saga megani reports so far both sides are trying to nail down a date with the trump administration and moscow said the two presidents had discussed meeting in person during a phone call two weeks ago a putin aide now says trump's specifically invited putin here to the white house but says the two nations did not have time to start arranging a meeting the for the us and more than two dozen allies sanctioned russia over the poisoning of an ex spy in england white house spokeswoman sarah sanders says the two leaders talked about meeting at a number of potential venues including here but says she has nothing else to add right now saga megani at the white house a new state law let's teachers in indiana keep teaching kids the right stuff it says schools can continue to teach cursive writing if they want the legislature just approved a new law that allows schools to teach students how to write in cursive as an optional class some legislators wanted to make it mandatory but that was voted down the times in northwest indiana reports that state education officials made cursive lessons optional seven years ago about twenty percent of the schools.
"new state law" Discussed on AP News
"President putin welcome at the white house i'm jacky quin with an ap news minute russian officials say when president trump and putin spoke by phone last month the us president extended an invitation for a white house visit our saga megani report the white house spokesman sarah sanders says the president did it vite putin to washington the executive mansion was among several potential venues they discuss a powerful earthquake has hit el salvador it's a five point nine but no early reports of major damage to planes collided at an airfield in marion indiana one was landing a smaller plane was taking off that plane struck the larger aircraft crashed and caught on fire killing the pilot and passenger three to six thousand pounds of food and supplies are headed to the international space station the spacex rocket launched to supply ship on a two and a half day journey i'm jacky quin a new state law let's teachers in indiana keep teaching kids the right stuff it's a schools can continue to teach cursive writing if they want the legislature just approved a new law that allows schools to teach students how to write in cursive as an optional class some legislators wanted to make it mandatory but that was voted down the times in northwest indiana reports that state education officials made cursive lessons optional seven years ago about twenty percent of the schools were teaching cursive even without a law explicitly authorizing it according to a state education department survey last year seaworld says an orcas been injured while interacting with other animals in her pod at the florida theme park in a blog post seaworld says the thirty nine year old female orca named katina suffered a tear to dorsal fin on march seventeenth the post says that wasn't clear how katina got injured the orlando sentinel quotes a seaworld spokesman as saying it could take months for katina to heal and that her behavior went back to normal very quickly she said to be in a separate pool with two of her offspring and is being treated with medical honey and cold laser therapy to promote wound healing and prevent infection the man behind so many hit tv shows stephen bochco has died to.
"new state law" Discussed on KPCC
"At seven hundred four governor jerry brown is pardoned five excons facing deportation including two who fled the command rouge regime in cambodia and back in the nineteen seventies the men were among fifty six who received pardons today recent pardons by the governor of also included others facing deportations based on criminal convictions in the state orange county's at the center of a growing battle over california's senate bill fifty four that's the new state law that limits local law enforcement cooperation with federal immigration authorities salam meadows moved ahead last week with an ordinance names to exempt that city from sp fifty four huntington beach will decide monday whether to direct its city attorney to look for ways to do much the same thing and lisa va hell plans to vote on a similar resolution next week kpcc reporter lesley bear stein roe house says the practical effect of all this might actually be minimal in the end a lot of this is symbolic cities exempting themselves even going to result in doubt many more deportations even with sb fifty four ice agents can still call and find out when someone's going to be released from jail or they can look it up online orange county said they'd be posting release dates online this week but the truth is you can already look this information up in other counties right here in la county for example or in san bernardino kpcc's less they bear stein role hosp la county the city of san gabriel is heading the other way the city council there will vote tuesday on a resolution that supports sp fifty four starts bringing membership drive on kpcc and it's seven oh five from the mon broadcast center at kpcc this is the frame i'm capable c reporter chris chameleon sitting in for john horn it's our spring member drive and today's show is entirely devoted to aparna non chela she's an actor comedian and selfdescribed introvert while stand up comedy probably isn't high.
"new state law" Discussed on Liberty Talk FM
"If you buy an eight eight six still about the same right iaco hour it's a hundred and taught at its crazy man data's backwards as hell it is it's crazy but i mean there is no competition it's extremely high risk sure you know tennessee loves god freeing uh pot dealers i mean you i lived in a town that had the worst rate four violent crime and murder like solving the crimes so bad when i was a kid that johnny carson actually mentioned it on the tonight show um but they are they are never ever ever ever ever having a shortage of marijuana busts they've lost always i mean they've got the drug dog out and he sniffing around in their pull them people over all the time but you know if you blow somebody's brands out eerily gotta worry about anything tracy man now what about kentucky 'cause i always heard that kentucky was the place where they grow a lot of weed same thing but there's crackdown there's crackdowns insane things ace there supposedly big time growers up there did they are bigtime grossers bigtime grows in tennessee what happened was all those old moonshine irs they realized that when they made moonshine legal it was no longer particularly uh profitable to two group to make moonshine so now uh there's us a popular song among a bluegrass fans that says a cornes great if you want to be broke but if you want to make money you have to grow smoke in in tennessee and kentucky there's a lot of marijuana feels that are grown up in those mountains but still the prices are extremely high in that area because there's no competition from legitimate you know like being able to buy it over the counter kinda marijuana of dispensers so we the talking the beginning of the show about vermont and the new state law.
"new state law" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"Have a california license grow operation he's not in violation of state law were not going to spend money prosecuting that guy and so you're you're seeing like gavin newsham and another's are panicking tonight and in scared and the whole thing but it it it probably won't affect the new state law what's more likely to to affect it as i say is i think because of the exorbitant taxes and licensing fees and everything the california put on this that it's it's apparently 30 percent more expensive to buy legally than to buy it from the dude you've been buying it from for a long time and and but the chances of you being prosecuted arrested for what you're doing any way legally are almost nil meet has has anyone gotten a speeding ticket for nine over a somewhere out there is someone has but you know what you asked for it because when the cop pulled you over 'cause you were doing you were doing 10over and you read you're doing fifteen over and you were complete jack whole to the guy and you said i pay your my taxes pay your salary or something like that that's why you got your your your nine your nineover that you have to ask for those same of marijuana are a little more on this and then the other big kerfuffle it was a a onetwo punch from president trump is pretty clear that if if california weren't california this memo may not have been a written also more offshore oil drillings that big deal or not is is it trump's war on california and has california asked ford that america minutes tip comey junior show brind's you'd cillian kfi.
"new state law" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Of new england wbz news time four 18 sunsets in boston few clouds hanging around and forty three degrees outside our studios good afternoon i'm jeff brown and here is what we're following this monday and the wbz newsroom president trump uses an event honoring native american veterans to once again mock senator elizabeth warren calling or polka haunting near east as he's repeatedly done over claims about being part native american a white house official says the president will not campaign for embattled republican alabama senate candidate roy more at a new state law calls for stiffer penalties for those who illegally used handicapped license plates poor parking hurts streets ends basically flat today the dow does tick up about 23 points now asked and s p 500 both in the red a massachusetts man has died in delaware after being hit by a car this outside a home wellknown for its elaborate christmas decorations police say thomas brock was struck while crossing the street outside the decorated house in the town of bear rock was taken to a hospital in critical condition on friday night he died uh good morning police say they believe the driver of that car was not speeding or impaired in any way overseas a british royal meant prince harry and his future wife america's meghan markel posed for photographers on the grounds of kensington palace guy was gray and it was cold but the announcement the royal engagement made people glow ralf wonderful knee as yet really really great yes news of a prince harry megan marco wedding lifted the spirits of a british people weighed down by the gloom and doom of briggs said yeah think it's guides the real weddings something slovo but certain times of trouble larry miller cbs news london pope francis meets with the military chief of me and march to discuss that country's alleged ethnic cleansing of vatican spokesman says the two had a private meeting where they discussed the responsibility me and mars authorities have during their time of transition me and mars military chief is in charge of forces who have led a scorchedearth campaign against roe hengam muslims in the area the united nations says more than six hundred thousand muslim people have been violently forced to seek refuge in neighboring bangladesh wbz news time four twenty one sun and clouds in boston 45 degrees outside our studios clear skies tonight in very cold of the.
"new state law" Discussed on KTRH
"The scope of a new state law limiting the late fees and processing charge that tollroad operators can charge drivers who don't pay the tolls one of them what happ administrative and quit onto your bell at forty year that not hurt grand back then at anti tollroad activist terry hall says that some drivers who don't even realize they've been on a tollroad get a bill for hundreds of dollars in late fees several months later the attorney general has asked has been as whether this applies to every tool road in texas or just those operated by text odds oh ktrh news time is now eleven owed three the latest gop ever to repeal and replace the obamacare would have to pass by the end of this coming week abc's brad mielke says that's looking less and less likely to pass republican approval legislation can only afford to lose two gop votes and john mccain and rand paul have already issued hardnosed solloway or know how people vote is when he actually though senator lindsey graham tells abc news he thinks he can still sway that we save a lot of money over time for medicaid were put a cap on obamacare growth as he was speaking senator susan collins from maine told cnn it was difficult to envision a scenario where she vote yes i have a number of serious reservations about fm active league dooming the bill brad mielke abc news oh it was a shoot out in foxborough today that went down to the final seconds houston ended up losing to the patriots six thirty six to thirty three the shuttle watson through for over three hundred yards and two touchdowns to david cloudy had a tom brady fumble recovery for a touchdown and now the teen comes back home to regroup and get ready to host the titans this coming sunday at in our g o the rockets could soon be one step closer to having a new older houston businessman tillman for tito's reportedly set to meet this week with the executive committee of the nba board of governors that committee will present its information to the full board of governors for a vote that's expected next month the sale requires approval from three quarters of the board of governors partido reached a deal earlier this month to purchase the rockets from les alexander for two point two billion dollars a record price for any nba franchise core you'll sent newsradio 740 ktrh and.
"new state law" Discussed on AM 590 The Answer
"You were called it no appification and what tori state bill does not by federal law which it totally unconstitutional which is why very well meaning of course two two draw liked neck your or me rally or any empire city letting any sanctuary city kohli obey federal law which sworn could do they have to go can be charged tuesday could actually used by waiting law and it will right out the illegal alien kerry turned over time total net to attend on did did you have it no murderer known rate there made been convicted when you can tournament over to uh put could you you got other tony's he added but in fact almost all illegal aliens that should be turned over at the beginning at a cod are not and you can't do it you want to pay state charges applicable right violations and violating the law but it doesn't end there you're telling me before we started this show that there several other laws that were passed that offer additional protectionst illegal aliens in the state of california right b fifty four in big government sanctuary city take your bed two more goals one bill makes it illegal lorde or a property owner in a renter to ice as being an illegal alien and unloaded bill making illegal core unit turning illegal alien eight you know god many boo you can cody verify right and and periodically it comes up with the person applying for the job is an illegal alien under new state law.
"new state law" Discussed on WLOB
"I feel about a about you the fighters smaller i can easily stomped on it of rather than a ryan i oh my good lord were heaven and another social situations i thought our own we gotta go we're gonna try to grab very quickly ted talbot of the main department of transportation talk about the gas kobe bridge next he's gonna be out we'll be six forty nine wlob am and fm headlines state police charged james had sweeney with the murderer fifty one year old wendy douglas in shane the state liquor and lottery commission voted fourtoone yesterday to reject a proposal by the aged ministration to disc continue the sale of the tiny liquor bottles commonly known as lamps scarborough man was arrested last night after he threatened to shoot a woman inside a home on black point road and a new state law is opening up doors for fourteen and fifteen year olds across the state allowing them to work at certain businesses wlob am and fm next with maine's total weather from channel eight wmtw a chance of showers during this afternoon otherwise partial sun temperatures into the upper 70s me he's on thursday with morning rain showers some partial clearing in the afternoon from channel eight i'm wmtw meteorologist mallory brooke maine's total weather fox's lou dobbs on news talk wlob.