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Trump pays $110,000 fine but must do more to lift contempt order, New York AG's office says
"90.1 I'm Sharon Brody The office of New York attorney general letitia James said today that former president Trump has paid $110,000 in fines He picked up the fines for being held in contempt of court for being slow to respond to a civil subpoena issued by the AG An appeals court in Florida today reinstated a new congressional map drawn by Republican Florida governor Ron DeSantis staff the map could diminish the state's black representation in Washington a week ago a lower court judge said that map was unconstitutional A Secret Service employee who was in Seoul ahead of President Biden's trip to the city was investigated by local authorities after an off duty alcohol fueled incident That has led to two Secret Service employees being sent home they're on administrative leave You're listening to here and now
Officials Report a Possible Monkeypox Case in New York
"John thank you very much sir health officials say it possible case of monkeypox is being investigated in New York City He would add to the case already reported in Massachusetts the city's health department announced on Twitter that the patient is being cared for at Bellevue hospital in Manhattan Officials say preliminary tests for the virus are being conducted and if positive will be sent to the CDC for confirmation Relatives of the ten black people gunned down in a buffalo supermarket are pleading with the nation to confront and stop racist violence Agony poured out in the tears of a 12 year old child Jake Patterson who lost his father The child cover his face with his hands as his mother spoke His heart is broken He has sleeps
Amazon accused of discrimination against pregnant and disabled workers in New York
"Is retailers were in the red target Walmart and Amazon among the biggest decliners on the day Play day on the economic front the Census Bureau said that housing starts slowed down a bit in April While New York State is accusing Amazon of discrimination in a complaint filed by the division of human rights the company's accused of discriminating against disabled and pregnant workers Well more layoffs at Netflix reports say around 150 employees were let go yesterday This is Netflix has shed some 200,000 subscribers recently And painted the pump continues as gas prices are up another four cents today The record high for regular in the U.S. now up to $4 and 56 cents a gallon Washington and Oregon drivers though are now shelling out over $5 a gallon That's your money now I'm Frank Miller northwest news radio Today marks 42 years since Mount St. Helens erupted in southwest Washington
Taylor Swift gets honorary degree from New York University
"Taylor Swift fulfilled a long held dream this morning when she accepted an honorary doctorate degree from New York University And she infused plenty of humor and puns into her commencement speech and now the singer has an honorary doctorate of fine arts She got it for being a trailblazing and influential advocate for artists rights according to go to school as well as being one of the most prolific and celebrated artists of her generation but swift thinks the reason is this It's on your listening to his call 22 Just like the class of 2022 A good for her That's awesome All right here we go
"new york new jersey" Discussed on WGN Radio
"We were just reporting on the news here about the Sierra Nevadas and the smoked ghost towns that remain in the wake of that. Of course, I'd ahead and the horrible flooding in New York New Jersey area. It's just unbelievable. Yeah, it really is. I mean, you know, essentially boiled down to basics. We have the West burning the south hit by a hurricane and the east hit by flooding. And, uh, so you know, these are these are all the hallmarks of climate change these extremes and whether we have drought out West and through the Northern Plains and upper Midwest and and then we have a surplus of moisture. It leads to all this flooding at all. You know, there's been a tendency for these storms in these tropical To slow down and create, uh, and to intensify more quickly, And of course, Ida did all those things that went from a category one to Category four Hurricane, one of the strongest to make landfall in the United States that happened in Louisiana went up right through New Orleans. I'm reading this morning that while they expect parts of the city to get power back by Midweek some of their a southern and southwestern suburbs. Maybe a month before they get power it back, and this is in blazing heat with the humidity is that push heat indices over 100 degrees. So imagine dealing with it. You've got the remnants of flooding and all the debris and destruction. And yet you've got this. Incredible. Um, heat and humidity going on. And on top of that you got a covid outbreak taking place so Really something and then in the mid Atlantic, Uh, wow. Uh, you know real problems. They shut down the New York subway system for a while and terrible flooding. Newark Airport had to shut down for a while at the height of that rain. That's long gone now We've got a hurricane. They just put a tropical storm watch for Bermuda. Er, uh And that's uh, tropical Storm Larry, Hurricane Larry with 115 Mile an hour winds and that thing will send big waves up and down the East Coast, even though it won't directly hit the East Coast. Separate maritime provinces of Canada, so lots of stuff going on and there are area We've got a cold front bearing down on us, Ana so there could be some strong storms roaming the area as the afternoon goes on, won't last long. Just be a couple hours, but Could be a few hours centered on four o'clock of the city. Little sooner up north in the counties adjacent of the Wisconsin line, a little later down south in northwest Indiana and our southern sub bridge. But I'll I'll be out of here by seven or eight o'clock this evening in the far southern suburbs and looks like around four o'clock overtaken our as the period in the city, where the storms may produce, hail and large winds are strong winds. Hail and strong winds, you say? Is there any potential for tornado activity? What are you looking at there, Tom? You can you can never rule that out. Totally and isolated tornado cannot be ruled out. You know what we've got going on here And as it's warm, it's human beers buoyant, And there's a jet stream over yet, so as the air rises into the chip stream, it's rotated. You get these rotating super cellular thunderstorms and they can produce damaging straight line winds as they bring some of that wind energy from the jet stream down. But the surface in there, Gosh, but you can also get sometimes some spin up tornadoes, uh and even ahead of their arrival. The winds have been building today. So last of wind gusts Three thunderstorm that could reach 40 miles an hour. Then tomorrow they go around to the Northwest. That actually happens later tonight, too. So to be a cooler period we get into tonight tomorrow and we'll start building the warmth back over the weekend coming up. Yeah, it'll be good to see those paths and not cause much damage. Those storms the heat, though you say it's temporary time. Is it my understanding you correctly for us, At least now? That's right. And by the way, I think it's instructive to look at what these storms have done. The Green Bay Weather Service office put up this incredible shelf cloud picture. That's that rolling, dark, ominous looking sky that They've had some may hail up to 2.5 inches in diameter up around Appleton, Wisconsin on the north end of Lake Winnebago up there, So it shows you what you know this kind of atmosphere is capable of producing and we'll see now what it does in our area, but that keep an eye on these things as they come through if we can get past seven o'clock The period of risk. Uh, it will be over for us. It settles south and out of the area. Good to know. We'll keep an eye on all of that, of course, and keep everybody updated. Sounds like it's going to be a busy afternoon for you and the entire weather team over there, Tom days like this. But wasn't it a gorgeous labor day? Yes, we took a picture. Perfect day. I'll do it. And I'm from the home Weather office. I look out on. You know Cathy Ohsman Beach up here on the north end of the tribe, and it was packed down and I can see Oscar Avenue Beach packed as well. So it was. It was beautiful. Water temps at 74 degrees, and the winds were gentle and the Mariners were out there. Boy boats as far as the eye could see on on Lake Michigan yesterday was gorgeous. It was so pretty. I was walking my dog blossom and Gabby, my daughter and I went.
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Trump is a "narcissist," niece claims in scathing new tell-all book
"Now seen hello books from lots of people who worked at the White House at one point or another in his new book team. Vipers Sims, recounts one day help the President on the sharpie and White House stationary compile. An enemies list people who got along with the president and people who didn't what Bolton saw left him deeply disturbed. I don't think he's fit for office I. Think he has the competence to carry out job, but never have. We seen a no-holds-barred perspective from someone who? Who grew up in the trump family? Mary trump the niece of president. Trump has now written a book that the president tried to suit to block, but it's publisher says this book is coming out with a he likes it or not. An ABC news has obtained a copy and these other books from former White House officials. Try to take you inside the president's game plan is leadership style. The message from Mary Trump is there is no game plan. There is no leadership and that she. She says is the danger in the midst of a pandemic heading into an election ABC senior editorial producer. John T was there in the early days of the trump campaign and just kept covering him John Every day. You read this book. What's in it while there's a lot Brad I mean the idea that of member of the first extended family is coming out and saying something about sitting president then and never itself is news worthy of an and what she's doing. This book is doing several. Several things they've had an estranged relationship just to be clear they have seen each other sporadically over the last several years married trump explains quite vivid. Detail a dinner at the white. House she went to an April two thousand seventeen. This was a birthday party for to her aunts that the president hosted. But you know what she talks about in this book is the dynamics beyond the broader family you know. She is the daughter of Fred from junior I had a brother Fred. Great Guy. Best Looking, Guy Best personality much better than mine bridge from dine about. It's the reason Donald. Trump says he personally never touched a drink or smoke a cigarette. He was substantially older and I listened to him, and I respected it, but he would constantly tell me. Don't drink. He'd also add. Don't smoke and Mary Trump says that between Donald, trump and donald trump's bother fred trump senior. They were the ones that destroyed his brother I think Fred would have been very happy if he didn't have to compete, he had to compete. Because of the environment he had to compete and ultimately ended up destroying and with very sad she details in the book instances where they belittled him of four, leaving the family business than when he tried to come back later in life of the abused him further. And pushed him to the brink Mary. Trump said the president's father served to encourage Donald's reckless hyperbole and unearned confidence that hit Donald's pathological weaknesses and insecurities. What's the John is the book the claims in this book more about like. Here's what it's like to grow up trump or are there. Moments shed light into think what the rest of Americans like what voters want to know. How does this affect the president's governing style what he does in the Oval Office is. Are there insights there well? She says that the idea that he is on a narcissist, and no it all I built this empire. And I. Get it by myself. Nobody did it for me. He has votes in their allegedly attributed to the president's eldest sister who happened to be a former federal judge up in New York Jersey area. That says he's a clown Mary. Trump says the president sister retired judge Maryanne trump. Barry told her in two thousand fifteen. She didn't take her brother's presidential campaign. Seriously those things that voters will perhaps find interesting. I mean it's it plays right into the political climate right now with writings book and she says that she you know thought about writing something for years she. Comes clean. You will in admitting that. She was a source to the New York Times Investigation Renee revealed. Never before seen Information Donald Trump's financial specifically tax returns according to The Times in multiple years Mr. trump seems to have lost more money than nearly any other individual taxpayer in the country, and the paper says because of those staggering losses. He paid no federal income taxes for of those ten years. She says that she just couldn't take it anymore. She felt that. If Donald Trump got elected for a second term, it would damage democracy. Donald is not simply week. She writes. His Ego is a fragile thing that must be bolstered every moment because he knows deep down that he has nothing of what he claims to be. Hey, what is the deal with whether? This book can come out or not, because there were questions about whether Simon and Schuster could even publish the it looks like they can, and they will weird as. As Mary trump in her relationship to the family into all this, the main crux of this remember is that this all started or I? Guess married? Trump's ax to grind really came from a after her father died. There was a share in the grandparents estate The cheap should've gone to her and her brother well. When the grandparents died, it turned out. They were cut out of the. and the two of them A. Spot a lawsuit tried to actually get their fair share of what they said was. The trump family is stay and ultimately they settled in a nondisclosure agreement and appellate court rulings freed the publisher from temporary restraining order that is still in effect for Mary trump. The president's brother tried to prevent the books release because the family said it violated a nondisclosure agreement. The I and they were learning more about the presidents character. Obviously, there's been books written about his time governing in the White House but to hear more about Donald Trump the man It is a different portrayal that we've heard from previous books in the white. House is classified. This is a book of fiction. The press secretary Kelly McNamee said yesterday. I haven't seen the book, but it is a work of falsehoods.
"new york new jersey" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM
"Remind you that while New York New Jersey Connecticut are opening up where is that you be kind to others please wear a mask when you're out in public Fairweather partly cloudy lows in the upper fifties increasing clouds Tuesday highs in the mid seventies mostly cloudy skies sixty three degrees and that's what's happening obviously with twenty twenty sports on WFAN listen to the fan anytime anywhere download the radio dot com app favorite us today and if you have a smart speaker just say play WFAN okay the kitchen is facing a refrigerator tonight energy is a good evening to you and I have B. M. eleven all three Monday your the servers where are the other side of the refrigerator forty five Hudson street downtown Baghdad New York City all the on the other side of the from the war eight seven seven three seven six eight six six that would be the number for the for our Monday blues of the S. P. O. R. T. S. and I'll stick with that as we proceed with caution of course until two your we have to raise our fellow citizens get them to do what's right because too many times we find out too late you for law and order in a way that can.
"new york new jersey" Discussed on 77WABC Radio
"New York New Jersey and Connecticut north America's most powerful radio station seventy seven W. A. B. C. news weather in in New York City beach it is sixty six degrees and cloudy in the York time Paul Edwards and I was training on seventy seven WABC and WABC radio dot com a man is dead after being pulled out by a strong current this afternoon the incident happening at Rockaway beach officials say three men in their early twenties were in the water when the current got too strong and they got pulled two of them were able to help each other out but the third was pulled under transit was averted this afternoon after a man who climbed atop the Brooklyn Bridge was rescued by the NYPD's special ops unit the standoff lasted about three hours the bridge was shut down and traffic was backed up for miles now your forecast from the Ramsey Subaru weather center tonight cloudy with a few showers as we get down to fifty nine degrees from the Ramsey Subaru weather center at sixty six degrees in New York sixty five in Rutherford from the seventy seven WABC news desk I'm Paul Edwards next updated eight twenty four seven coverage at WABC radio dot com WATC traffic in transit there's an accident in queens on B. B. Q. we getting onto the eastbound Grand Central parkway that leg of the B. Q. E. from thirty First Avenue up to the Grand Central eastbound is now backed up with an accident eastbound Eloi we still have the delay.
"new york new jersey" Discussed on KOMO
"With New York New Jersey and Connecticut Bob Costantini Washington it's nine after the hour the house of representatives won't be back next week but members will still be working remotely correspondent Linda Kenyon has that story at a news conference speaker Pelosi was asked why the Senate is coming back on Monday but the house is not for four hundred and thirty members the decision was made on the strength of our numbers of people coming together the Senate she points out has just one hundred members but when you count the number of staff security and other personnel needed to keep the house running hello she said she had to follow the advice of the capital position on balance even from one day to the next he said I think we should it is better to wait house majority whip Jim Clyburn says even though the full house will be in the work continues we are can effectively do a lot of committee worked here and do that in preparation of coming back at some point the not too distant future house minority leader Kevin McCarthy agrees to pose don't bring all contact at once yes makes included back in the conference call leader McCarthy said those committees can work on important bills all he does get done you can pinpoint when they need to be voted on and you could bring numbers about the key he says is to do this safely remember you call before you walk and walk before you run so let's be prepared and let's see what we can do just that states are blowing it out there when the house does come back speaker Pelosi wants a vote on the next coronavirus stimulus bill and she's proposing a substantial amount of aid in that bill to go to state and local governments I've talked about almost a trillion dollars right there I would I would hope so but we do have other issues that we want to deal with one of the issues could be a proposal from representative Clyburn we are going to experience as all the experts say eight nother round of this virus our children are apt to be out a school again next year if that were to happen the only way you can have online learning is with broadband and broadband he said should be available accessible and affordable in the meantime one of the challenges will be to convince the Republican controlled Senate to support state and local aid in the next coronavirus stimulus bill something so far Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell has not embraced Linda Kenyon Washington it's twelve past getting back to work in the Lone Star state when American morning continues after these messages.
"new york new jersey" Discussed on Talk 1260 KTRC
"In the tri state area New York New Jersey and Pennsylvania to open up are the economy together on a coordinated basis it is happening out here in west as well California joining with Oregon and Washington and Colorado and Nevada and I have to assume that our governor speaking to them as well call round of water have joined California Oregon Washington in the western states attacked alliance of state leaders working together to re open their economies would mitigate while mitigating the spread the corona virus your policy Colorado governor who is a Democrat and Steve Sisolak of Nevada who is a Democrat announcer states participation today the pact which first formed two weeks ago involves sharing information and agreeing to meet a set of benchmarks before relaxing social distancing orders the five states agree that any lifting of shelter in place rules will come with the development of a system for testing tracking and isolating those with the crown of our symptoms back also called for increased hospital capacity and PP as well as a plan for protecting vulnerable populations especially those and nursing home governor Poloz said today there's no silver bullet that will solve this pandemic until there is a cure so we must have a multifaceted and bold approach in order to slow the spread of the virus to keep our people safe and help our economy rebound five days now and I packed and I would imagine Nevada or looking at those five states in feet figuring out trying to figure out how we can join.
"new york new jersey" Discussed on WGN Radio
"In nineteen deaths are increasing across the country and the number of infections worldwide jumped overnight tonight some interesting perspective I want you to take a look at the Johns Hopkins interactive map and as you zoom in further on the United States right now this map shows one million four hundred twenty eight thousand people totally confirmed eighty two thousand deaths but look at how the country seems to be split down the middle with far more cases on the east coast even though there were outbreaks in Washington and San Francisco initially the burden of covert nineteen is east with massive numbers in the tri state area of New York New Jersey and Connecticut as you can see right there now in Illinois the department of public health updates cases daily but there's this zip code map that will tell you how many cases are in your neighborhood and we can see as we go down confirmed cases in the south and southeast side two hundred fourteen one hundred ninety seven in six oh six one seven as we move up the lake front there only twenty cases ninety nine but as we get into the suburbs Evanston six oh two oh two fifty four cases six oh six four five two hundred forty seven cases and then as we move further north six oh oh eight five one hundred fifty six cases if you look further west in the northwest suburbs all along the west some lighter numbers and definitely later cases only fourteen confirmed there putting people first up next a free health providers serving the community in this time of need regardless.
"new york new jersey" Discussed on WTOP
"Is New York New Jersey Connecticut today tomorrow it's New Orleans the day after the droid access standards Florida then it's California California governor Gavin Newsom says his state is on the hunt for ventilators we had procured and identified as some four thousand two hundred and fifty two ventilators our goal is to get to ten thousand ventilators with New Orleans seeing a spike in covert nineteen cases another governor with great concerns John bel Edwards of Louisiana my message to Louisiana is really no different than the message that you're seeing out of the New York governor New Jersey governor we need people to practice the mitigation measures we have in place the shelter at home that we have a statewide now so that we can slow the spread we cannot have everybody presented to the hospital at once he was on CBS's face the nation Dr Deborah Burks on NBC's meet the press says officials have seen one very clear example of how the virus has spread into different areas the current when New York issued its first warning when those alerts went out of the increased number of infections a lot of people who could leave New York left New York and so we immediately saw cases arising out on Long Island and cases arising and southern Florida North Korea has launched more missiles and there may be a coronavirus connection here CBS news correspondent Kathy McCormack these were two suspected ballistic missiles and they landed in the sea South Korea because the launch is very inappropriate at a time when the world is battling the corona virus outbreak some analysts are saying Kim Jong and is trying to show he's in control during the pandemic he so far refused to acknowledge a single case there those very popular annual auto shows across the nation are being.
"new york new jersey" Discussed on WTOP
"Coronavirus no presidential quarantine but tighter travel restrictions for new York's tri state area in a tweet vice president Mike pence announced the CDC has issued an advisory against nonessential travel for fourteen days for residents of New York New Jersey and Connecticut it comes after president trump had proposed enforcing a quarantine of the area the leaders said the move will not be necessary after criticism from governors including new York's injure Cuomo CBS's Steve Dorsey the U. N. donating two hundred fifty thousand masks to overstretch New York City medics and White House task force coordinator Dr Deborah Berke says her teens on the case to telling NBC's meet the press setting New York very carefully we're studying the hospital needs how to do better testing how to keep less sick people away from the hospital and being tested elsewhere looking at admissions looking at how to keep those hospitals stock Louisiana governor John bel Edwards telling CBS's face the nation the coronavirus xcelerated in his state we obviously have a spread that is growing faster than we would like to see we remain on the trajectory a really to overwhelm our capacity to deliver healthcare by the end of the first week in April on the west coast gun run in the desert after LA county imposes new coronavirus restriction in riverside lines to buy guns and ammo wraparound buildings we just want to protect ourselves and our family the way things are looking now I want to be prepared I don't care what that what anybody says you know local governments are taking different approaches to business is considered essential in the desert that means a lot more shopping at gun stores to better protect myself.
"new york new jersey" Discussed on WTVN
"New York New Jersey and Connecticut instead directing that a strong travel advisory be issued after consulting with the White House scolded nineteen task force and the state's governor's ABC's Trevor all we're very frightened it's gonna get worse week Dr Roland wags pack is the E. R. director at east Jefferson General Hospital near New Orleans and he says they're running out of space we have seen more and more critical patients with the disease running out past the at our hospital already in queens New York a packed emergency room lined with patients on hospital beds doctors and nurses desperate to treat the ABC's Kaylee Hartung tested positive two and a half weeks ago now recovering my doctor told me to rest hydrate and to take a pain reliever as I needed for my headache and those body aches what's most important in these mild cases is to stay home to isolate and a take out order seriously now the president trump assigned that over two trillion dollar virus eight bills as A. B. C.'s Rachel Scott White House has indicated that Americans could see that relief as early as April six now if you have direct deposit set up with the IRS that money will go straight to your bank account otherwise people checks will be mailed out but that could take four to five weeks Rhode Island officials said the National Guard will go door to door to enforce a mandatory quarantine for new Yorkers arriving in the state state police stopping cars with York plates to inform them chief Sean Lacey westerly PDAs are actually going to be going driveway to driveway to identify New York vehicles in driveways use people cooped up in New York City apartment supporting first responders during.
"new york new jersey" Discussed on KOMO
"New York New Jersey and Connecticut tri state area speaking at Andrews Air Force base point talking about leaving New York leaving New York they go to Florida and a lot of people don't want that so we'll see what happens we're gonna make a decision European center of the covert nineteen outbreak in the U. S. near governor Cuomo questioning whether that quarantine would be enforceable trump speaking at Andrews Air Force base on his way to see the U. S. and S. comforts a medical ship that's going to assist the people of New York earlier the president on the south lawn with everything so that's great I just spoke with governor Cuomo and he's expecting it on Monday it'll take about two days other hot spot in the U. S. New Orleans the number of coronavirus cases in the crescent city growing exponentially in the last few days doctors say hospitals there now nearing capacity new numbers out of Spain today eight hundred thirty two people have died of the corona virus in just the last twenty four hours Dave Packer ABC news one thousand and ninety seven seven the stories we have heard from the call twenty four seven news center the president signing this historic two trillion dollar stimulus package after Congress passed it yesterday in response to the pandemic many people questions like how much are you getting especially seniors and people on social security almost family a toss up race without force forty to the American Association of retired persons A. A. R. P. says it worked to make sure people were collecting social security benefits for retirement disability or supplemental security income or SSI will be eligible for twelve hundred dollars stimulus checks and that's based on their tax returns was social security administration data so what if you don't file a tax return the A. R. P. says there are several ways for the IRS to get your information the A. R. P. says the government will send you a check using information from your form SS eight ten ninety nine or form our our B. ten ninety nine several boats destroyed at the Jim Clark Marino's fire response to the west Seattle bridge area last night the call came in to get just a.
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"Hi, kate. So you have a plan about where to send people it seems that New York New jersey. Doesn't they don't have a plan about marijuana? What is going on? That's an excellent question. I've got to reporters trying to figure it out right now. Marijuana seems to be bumping up against what has been bumping up against for some time. Now, which is how far do you go with things like expunge -ment, and how do you ensure that the people who have been historically victimized by marijuana laws are now able to take part in other the marijuana business or any other aspect of life that they can't because they have marijuana convictions on their records. So it's really been contentious. And in New York, it's also tax revenue who gets the tax revenue. How do we collect the tax revenue? So it's really about money and expunge -ment. I've heard varying reports over the past few days about what's happening ranging from. It's going to be it's the one thing I should say that this teaches us this really hard to legislate. It's much easier to do it on the ballot. So will it come to that? I don't know. Like does it just go to voter referendum at some? Point, you know, maybe legislators will throw their hands up in the state has to be done that way 'cause we can't come to an agreement. But so far both states are plowing ahead with legislation. New York's legislation is supposed to be marked up sometime this week that they're supposed to be amendments happening now Fred moguls in Albany, trying to figure that out in New Jersey tomorrow, there's going to be a meeting of top leadership Steve Sweeney, who's the Senate, president governor Murphy, and speaker Coughlan these are all Democrats who have to get on the same page about it. And it has been really difficult to do that say everything I've heard is that everybody's got a different POV on this. Everyone's got a different POV, and what is a widely reported contra top between Sweeney and Murphy, and like flares up and down as time goes on is currently in flare mode because Sweeney is one of the authors of New Jersey's tax break legislation which has come under such scrutiny by no less than our own Nancy Solomon, recently, and Phil Murphy has vowed to do away with so. So they're not it's not a good time for them to be in a room together. Trying to make nice all right efforts by state legislatures in New Jersey and Connecticut to end religious exemptions for vaccine and New York and New York, and I can't really tell you where the legislation is in any of those states because it again is a really controversial issue that legislators are kind of loath to take on. But as you know, we're in the middle of a big measles outbreak. New York is responsible for something. Like three quarters of all measles cases, nationwide. Right now, New Jersey has had some cases, Connecticut, even less, so but the point remains the people are making use of a religious exemption to get out of having vaccinate their children and legislators are trying you're saying, you know, we got to put an end to that. But that is like the third rail of politics, it's really difficult. You get a lot of blowback from the anti vaccine community, which is small, but very vocal Connecticut yesterday, actually got a ruling. From their state attorney, general Democrats in Connecticut who wanna pass this law sort of proactively went to the state attorney, general and said, we want you to just explain to us is this legal. Can we do this? And he issued a ruling yesterday saying we you have the there's nothing in the state constitution that says you must retain the religious exemption. So Connecticut's legislation's being drafted right now is there, and you may not answer. This. Maybe this is something to get the reporters to figure out is there are there calendar dates are there any sort of benchmarks can this just kind of keep floating on like decision easy made by X day because the calendar or I'm just curious in terms of school, registration probably not until the school year starts, but in New York, it's done by the legislative session, which ends in June. And if the if the legislation does not get voted on or passed, a kind of dies on the vine has to be reintroduced in January. So that is a deadline. There's a deadline in New York. Okay. Now that doesn't mean that you can't pass legislation when there's no legislative session. Just means you have to call a special session. Nobody wants to do that. No legislator, and all that he wants to drag themselves back in the off session because they're trying to campaign for the November elections. So this is something that people really want to get done before the end of the session in June. And where's the pressure to get this done coming from mostly from Democrats from state and city health officials from the medical community who are saying you've got to do this. You've got to end the religious exception. I think Democrats really have the will to do it. But they're, you know, they're confronting vocal opposition Kate. What are you planning about rent regulations? I see here. This is another really interesting issue. Let me I gotta turn the page over because it's so complicated notes. There are laws that govern rent regulations in New York all the state, not just the city, and there's about one million rent stabilized units mostly Newark, they expire June fifteenth so legislators or kind of have, you know, hashing through a lot of bills that would do some which would kind of keep things in place in some that. Would radically change things that landlords currently can do because there is a more liberal progressive feeling in the legislature right now, they're really pushing some things that landlords have historically been against. So the real estate community is pushing back hard. They want redemptive. Kratz want to eliminate vacancy decontrol, which means that once you're in if you're in a rent stabilized apartment and once the rent reaches like twenty seven hundred dollars a month, and you move out it can go to free market. That's how a lot of apartment sort of get get removed from the rent control. What does the word ledgers? Thank you. Yes. Then there's something else that would really rain in the cope with major capital improvements, which allow landlords to increase your rent by a percentage of what you spent on what you call major capital improvement, maybe repairing the roof or something, but ten and activists will say they inflate the cost and be no one's minding the store like you as a landlord can say, I spent two million dollars on a new roof. But nobody really fact checks so those are the kinds of laws that they're trying to push through. I just actually asked our editor Matthew Sherman who has previous life is a real estate reporter, Matthew what happens if they don't get a deal by June fifteenth, and he's probably going to be an extender in place. And then they'll come up with some sort of emergency stopgap measure, but you will still be governed by the lease that you have signed. It's not like unless you're lease expires June fifteenth. You know, if your lease expires, whatever July August, you're okay, but they'll come up with some stopgap measure, but we're watching this really closely. My guess is Kate hind. She's WNYC's planning editor police watch. God this is like a tennis match. I feel sort of indicated by not by refusing to report on air blind sources that said the mayor was going to announce this week good for you. Because I feel like we've just heard so much about this. Is it a good idea? Is it not a good idea? I sort of had a theory that he was going to announce tomorrow because it's his birthday, but I can see now that that's not going to happen. You know, we're one of the watching we're watching and we're counting. And I think one of the things we're watching and one of the things the mayor's counting on sort of like the backlash to the backlash like there's such a vocal opposition to the mayor in New York City for running for president people like how could he do it? And now you hear people say, well, wait a minute. Tell me get the mayor of south bend, Indiana, which has less people than my zipcode gets a lot of attention. So maybe like some New York people get their New York up. I I see now this last story, it's I'm happy that this is on your radar because it came up on my my Instagram feet, and I actually was gonna pitch this afternoon meeting. So I'm glad you guys are on this week's they'll heritage center is in financial trouble. Right. I have a reporter make I'm sitting next to the reporter who's making phone calls on this right now. Danny lewis. I don't know what the story is on this. They have popped up. A like a gofundme campaign we need to raise two hundred thousand dollars by June something or else we close weeks. Ville is a historic community. It's one of the first free black communities in the United States was founded in parts of what's now crown heights Brooklyn in the eighteen thirties, and it was a really thriving community for years. And of course, very little of it remains, and there are these buildings it's sort of like a historic compound slash center. But because it's historic buildings dating from the early eighteen hundreds you have all kinds of up cave. You know, the financial costs are huge. I looked to see if they were on the list of nonprofits that got cut in on the money that the Metropolitan Museum admissions Reno like when the Mets started charging missions. Yeah. The city began sending some of that money to smaller cultural institutions across the city, and I couldn't find it on that. So I have Danny trying to figure out what's going on there. And as far as as far as I can tell from their fund me page, it'll only they'll have. To do this. Again, this money only keeps them in operation until two September. Yeah. It's we've had rob rob field. I believe his name. He's director on the show because it was a podcast they were making out weeks field. Yeah. I thought this was really interesting. So I'll be interested to hear what reporter to please. Let us know. Kate Hines is WNYC planning editor you can see. She's got lots of plans to Kate. Thank you coming up author. Lindsey polical institute to talk about the remix book that offers tips on how to lead and succeed in a.
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"Live from npr news in washington i'm deal willman president trump and german chancellor angela merkel held bilateral talks today during the nato gathering in brussels speaking through an interpreter mirko said she was grateful for discussions with trump let me say that i'm a very seasoned jazz for the exchanges us at indeed community to have an exchange about economic on pursue such as migration and also the future of a chafee nations earlier in the day trump blasted germany for its joint natural gas line venture with russia's saying merkel's government is captive to that country a nevada judge has delayed an execution because the drug maker has objected to one of its products being used as part of the lethal injection npr's aina jaffe reports that scott raymond dosier was scheduled to be executed tonight in the northern nevada town of ille if the decision holds this would be the first time that an execution has been halted because of a successful lawsuit by drugmaker alvin said it didn't want it sedatives my dazzle them to be used in a quote botched execution the company also claimed that the state of nevada had obtained the drug under false pretenses drug company sandoz has also objected to nevada using one of their drugs in executions that has not formerly joined the lawsuit fortysevenyearold scott raymond dosier has said he'd rather die than live in prison and that he doesn't mind zach is painful he was convicted of murdering and dismembering twenty two year old jeremiah miller who'd come to a las vegas motel to purchase ingredients for manufacturing methamphetamine either jaffe npr news the celebrations have begun in croatia following that country's come from behind to two one win over england in the world cup semifinal croatia was behind one nil until the sixty eighth minute and the go ahead goal came in the one hundred ninth minute with stocks the dow jones industrial average closed down two hundred nineteen points the nasdaq also was down forty two this is npr and you're listening to wnyc i'm jamie floyd wnyc has learned to young migrant children separated from their parents at the border were successfully reunited with their families here in new york wnyc's beth fertig has more sources and city government say immigration and customs enforcement brought to father to new york on tuesday to reunite them with their young sons that was the deadline set by a federal judge in california for the trump administration to reunite kids under the age of five with their parents the two families were received by lutheran social services and catholic guardian services hundreds of migrant children in new york were separated from their families after illegally crossing the border but government officials say they don't know how many are under the age of five federal officials did not respond to requests for more information about the children tune into the brian lehrer show tomorrow morning at ten for the latest on the trump administration's family separation policy and how it's playing out here in new york jersey city's mayor wants officials to scrap a contract to detain immigrants at the hudson county jail this in response to wnyc's report that the recently expired contract with isis close to renewal wnyc's matt katz reports steve full of is the mayor of one of the most diverse cities in the nation and the largest and democratic controlled hudson county he says if you oppose president trump's immigration agenda you can't jail the immigrants victimized by most if not all of the elected officials here speak to the fact that we don't support the trump policy but in actuality when you look at what they're doing they're actually doing something that opposite what they're saying essex in bergen county's also contract with ice the gel immigrants the three counties are paid six million dollars a month and mayor de blasio is denying allegations that he violated immigration laws when crossing the border during a visit near el paso last month the claims are outlined in a letter from us customs and border protection which was obtained by a p de blasio joined about twenty other mayors from across the country at the border to visit a holding facility for immigrant children he was denied entry he and his security detail went into mexico and then crossed into the us to get a view of the facility the letter was sent june twenty fifth to the nypd who runs the blasios security detail a spokesperson for the mayor says the group did nothing illegal tonight isolated showers and thunderstorms currently seventy seven degrees in central park at.