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New York Lawmakers to Publish Report on Cuomo's Conduct
"Lawmakers say they're planning to issue a final report on their impeachment investigation into governor andrew cuomo npr's hansie lo-long reports new york state. Lawmakers recently decided to suspend their investigation after cuomo resigns from office next week democratic governor andrew cuomo had been under growing pressure to step down after an independent report by the new york state attorney general concluded cuomo had sexually harassed at least eleven women. Cuomo has denied any wrongdoing days. After he announced plans resigned on august twenty fourth new york state assembly speaker. Carl hasty democrat said lawmakers will be suspending their investigation. Because new york's constitution does not allow the legislature to impeach and remove an elected official. Who's no longer in office. And a statement hasty says lawmakers will not interfere with investigations by local law enforcement into criminal allegations against cuomo on. Npr
New York Assembly to Suspend Cuomo Impeachment Investigation
"The New York State Assembly will suspend its impeachment investigation into governor Andrew Cuomo once he steps down speaker Carl Heastie said in a statement that the assembly Judiciary Committee had heard from its lawyers that it can impeach and remove an elected official no longer in office Andrew Cuomo who wanted a fourteen day transition period announced his resignation this past Tuesday over sexual harassment allegations which he has denied some members of the Judiciary Committee said they wanted the group to at least release a report of their findings to the public it wasn't immediately known if that will happen I'm surely after
Canada Reopens Borders to Fully Vaccinated Americans
"The country provided they've been fully vaccinated against Covid 19. Ban on non essential travel across the U. S Canadian border was eased at midnight, but the US has yet to lift its limits on Canadian travellers. Today in New York State Assembly committee meets to Talk about how
Majority of New York State Assembly Support Beginning Process to Impeach Cuomo
"Andrew Cuomo does not resign, State Assembly members are moving to impeach him. Assembly Speaker Carl Hasty says Cuomo can no longer remain in office following the state attorney general report accusing him of sexual harassment. They go across New York four separate district attorneys now launching criminal probes into governor Andrew Cuomo after a scathing state investigation found he's sexually harassed 11 women and turned his office into a cauldron of fear and abuse. Not a single prominent New York Democrat, is defending the embattled governor. House Speaker Nancy Pelosi agrees. So does President Biden. Cuomo himself has not been seen or heard from since releasing a recorded statement more than 24 hours ago, and as correspondent aerial Reshef Mayor de Blasio again calling on the governor to resign. Here's more on that from W won't want to. Scott Brancaccio says Cuomo needs to end the agony that he's putting New York State through and end the pain of the women. He hurt. The mayor not impressed with Cuomo's explanation, following the attorney general's report, accusing the governor of sexually harassing women stop with this attempt to say culturally, Somehow he's allowed to do what he did. No, it's not acceptable. He needs to resign. Let's get this over with because the entire state has spoken now the mayor notes. He thinks he will work well with Lieutenant governor Kathy Huckle, who would take over Should Cuomo step down or be impeached. I'm
Will Andrew Cuomo Survive the Sexual Harassment Investigation?
"So any mccarthy. Welcome to the hugh hewitt show pleasure to have you here. Let's talk some cuomo. I how are you doing this morning. I'm doing great markham. Delighted to hear willie nelson but not stone. So exactly right. it's a well. Listen you've got to call them now on cuomo. And you describe the attrition. James report as a thorough going disaster for cuomo. Will he survive. I don't think so mark. And i you know. I'm really surprised if i had said that Six months ago. I think i would've Had to check myself in for analysis but Just like you feel you have to bring a little texas to To the nation. I think i need to bring a little new york to the nation because we're used to looking at everything through the prism of republican democrat politics and the dynamic in new york is very different. The you know. The republican party as an institution is negligible here and the politics are all this divide between the woke left and what passes for the democratic establishment and the woke left wants cuomo out. They've wanted him out for a long time. And that dynamic is very interesting in the way politics gets reported because the media is when we're looking at national issues. The media's one hundred percent that seems with the democrats when it's the woke left versus the establishment democrats. It's very different And they're very divided so cuomo doesn't have it. It looks to me like the you know. The president saw the limb out from behind him yesterday. And the interesting weathervane. Here is carl casey. Who was the head of the new york state assembly a cuomo ally and has been protecting him on all this impeachment stuff. They've had this meandering investigation for months. He did a one eighty yesterday in basically said cuomo was unfit. Needs to go seems to be if that's where he's coming from. That's bad bad. News for cuomo.
"new york state assembly" Discussed on Democracy Now! Audio
"From new york. This is democracy now. These interviews and pieces of evidence reveal deeply disturbing yet clear pitcher governor cuomo sexually harass current and former state employees violation of both federal and state laws new york governor andrew cuomo sexually harassed at least eleven women touching and kissing them without consent. This according to a damning investigation by new york attorney. General letitia james cuomo defended himself against the allegations with a video message. His longtime ally president biden and the entire democrat. Congressional delegation of new york are now calling on him to resign and the new york state assembly plans to draft articles of impeachment. We'll speak with state. Senator julia salazar and so mika director of the new york working families party. Then we go to minnesota. Where at least twenty water protectors were brutally arrested as resistance to the end bridge line. Three pipeline continues affair with young people and all people who are fighting for this moral fighting. There's nothing more powerful training a lot. more of. its needs to act. We'll speak with.
"new york state assembly" Discussed on What Next | Daily News and Analysis
"He is losing a lot of support among his most high profile allies and now we're shifting into what could be drawn out or could be a very swift impeachment trial by the new york state assembly and. I think there are a lot of questions about exactly how that would play out. I did some reporting on it earlier this year and based on that it seemed to me that if the assembly were to impeach that lieutenant governor kathy hokuto would become the acting governor during the course of the trial and she's elected totally separate from cuomo so they're kind of separate politicians sort of but not really i mean yes. They are elected separately but they run run as a ticket And so she has been. I would say pretty supportive of cuomo until recently and the statement that she issued today was tough you know. She didn't go so far as to say he should resign but she said no. One is above the law under the new york constitution. The assembly will now determine the next steps because lieutenant stand next in line of succession. It would not be appropriate for me to comment further on the process at this moment but she called sexual harassment unacceptable in the workplace in certainly not in public service. A lot of reporters have been pointing to the speaker of the assembly. Carl hasty musically saying pay attention to him because if he makes moves then you know how this is going to go down. Why is that well you know under the constitution is the assembly that would have to act to determine the next steps to approve articles of impeachment and the speaker of the assembly. Carl hasty is a strong and influential figure in his chamber. There have been members of the assembly who have been very outspoken. since earlier. This year saying that they needed to act..
"new york state assembly" Discussed on Family Ghosts
"I don't remember how many times that night. I called the nurses station. On my mother's corridor. At one point a kind nursing aide unable to bear the side of my mother crying for an eighth straight our use her cell phone to facilitate a brief facetime conversation between us. I also got some advice from the head nurse. Try to get in touch with mitchell. Cats the president of new york health and hospitals seeing that he had an active twitter account. I tweeted at him. Appending one of the screen shots that had taken of my mother's distress. I knew that i was exploiting our private trauma. And making a performance out of the kind of emotion that my mother and i had spent our lives hiding but saving face when not rescue my mother that night. I received a text from an unknown number. It was not mitchell cats but you lean new a new york state assembly woman. Whose district includes manhattan's chinatown. She had seen the photos on twitter and wanted to know what she could do to help. Then i heard from brian. Benjamin a state. Senator whose district includes harlem and from a prominent twitter personality who knew mitchell cats and offered a text him for me early the next morning. I got a call from patient relations. The woman's voice was newly tentative and she asked by would be available for zoom conference weinstein the medical director and carter's head of pr informed me that my mother's aid would be allowed back after all. There was no real explanation but my impromptu twitter campaign had borne fruit. And i had to admit so did my association with the new yorker. Was this how power worked once in called me from the hospital confirming that she was there with my mother. I fell into a stone. Like sleep when i finally woke. I could not tell if it was night or day and was seized binding. Zayed's so tight. That i felt as if i were being held underwater. I began frantically groping around my bed and as fragments of a dream returned. I realized that i was looking for my mother. The -treme she's on a stretcher being loaded into an ambulance a scene. I've witnessed many times but the bed. They put her on is too narrow and she tumbles off as she falls her body so frail that requires multiple tubes to supply. It's vital organs becomes more fragile still until it turns to porcelain she shatters into a thousand shards on the ground. It's fine it's fine. I assure myself. I can still pick her up. As long as i gather all the pieces. I can puzzle her back together. I do not anticipate that the pieces will grow smaller and lighter until they flow aloft in the wind until i am chasing a sheet of sand. I'm running now and inexplicably carrying my.
A Conversation with Shilpy Chatterjee of Sakhi.org
"Are so excited to welcome chevy chatterjee of sakhi dot org. She'll be chatterjee received a degree and legal studies at the university of delhi and started her career as a farmer in tribal rights. Activists advocate shelby has worked extensively with survivors of gender based violence and worked as a domestic violence program advocate at the police precinct in queens new york city which gave her the unique opportunity to work closely with law enforcement in a current position as anti-violence program manager at sucky dot org she'll be continues to work with survivors of gender based violence. She'll be was awarded. The two thousand nineteen advocate of new york city award and received a citation from the new york state assembly for her work on behalf of survivors of domestic violence. Show be welcome to the show. Hi sonya thank you for having me. We are very excited to have you. And i did want to start out with a question. Pertaining to the fact that stocky dot org is one of oldest organization of its kind. And i want to know. How did you get involved. And what motivates you on a day to day basis in this incredibly critical wolf So i had been working with survivors of gender based violence in students and nine. And i knew that sake. The leader in the field and i was working directly with sake. What's the key was one of the critical partners so when time so presented i joined sucky team and it was three years ago and since then it has been one of the most fulfilling experiences of my life and it is so because it is an amazing team be. It is an amazing team of some really committed people and we bring in our stories and understanding of gender based violence so this whole journey of growing very very important to me and says i get to do that at five here gift to expedience at. Its second that. I value my time here. So
New York legalizes recreational marijuana, expunges former pot convictions
"Since we're in new york. Let's talk about new york. They have legalized recreational marijuana and also expunged former Marijuana convictions this all happened last night. In new york state assembly voted one hundred forty nine to pass marijuana legalization bill and cuomo has previously said that he was signed this bill into law once it reaches his desk and he reiterated that last night as well. Yeah any any State that's decriminalizing marijuana legalize marijuana. You have to let your non-violent drug offenders out of jail and you have to expunge records of people who have those type of charges on them you have to
New York Gov. Cuomo impeachment investigation to take ‘months'
"If New York governor Andrew Cuomo should be impeached. That is the word today from the chair of the New York State Assembly's Judiciary Committee, which is conducting investigation. Key issues remain unresolved, including if report on its findings will be released to the public and how the committee will decide what constitutes an impeachable offense. Cuomo has been accused of sexual harassment by multiple women and for withholding data relay. Added to the number of nursing home deaths from Cove it North Korea
Sens. Chuck Schumer and Kirsten Gillibrand Call for New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo to Resign
"In regards to sexual harassment story we're dealing with essentially unethical but not illegal behavior. But that's burying of the lead because in this case is vastly more important to be or to talk about the doctoring of official figures that he had nursing home deaths from the justice, part men, officials, New York legislators and, more importantly, the general public. You're listening to Saturday night on the circle. I'm your humble host Ethan Hampshire producer Donnie on the board. Of course, I'm referring to the ongoing scandal of Governor Cuomo. And it appears things are just getting worse. Republicans finally waking up to the fact that they understood up and do something, even though they're not in a position of power in the state of New York in the New York State Assembly On Monday, they announced an impeachment resolution against Governor Cuomo, saying they believe Democratic governor has lost credibility and trust and has an inability. The lead of the state. Of New York. This is amid his sexual harassment allegations which have been levied against him. Investigators are investigations already underway into the handling of his Corona virus pandemic. State Assembly Minority Leader Will bar play announced Republicans won't be able to force the vote or wouldn't be able to force the vote but would keep pounding the issue. They received a quick payoff because Thursday the situation there already changed now. Currently the investigation not far yet far along and focused on that the top members of Cuomo's coronavirus task force, the Albany Times Union, reported, which cited to source with direct knowledge of the matter. Neither Cuomo or administration officials have yet at this point I've been accused of wrongdoing when it comes to either of the matters now. Thursday, Majority of state legislators called for his right Resignation, including Democrats. The Democrats launched an impeachment impeachment investigation, and police in the state capital say they stood ready for an investigate to investigate a groping allegation. At least 100 21, members of the State Assembly and Senate's have said publicly they believe Cuomo should quit office. Now, according to Italia, taken by The Associated Press count includes 65 Democrats and 56 Republicans. Which is an astounded figure, Democrat Assemblywoman Alan Gunther said. All of us are extremely disappointed. I think there's no room in the world right now, for that kind of behavior. He should have known better now, one of the aspects of this story that I think few people have mentioned is that that this is Ah. This is a culture of the Andrew Cuomo administration. This is a news. This isn't a surprise. People who have been associate ID with Andrew Cuomo have been well familiar with this behavior. Now AIDS air, starting to speak about the culture in the office, which required Cuomo to groom and hire attractive young women to be in his employ, which is a clear abuse of the power dynamic when you're specifically seeking that type of situation Mission and setting that type of situation up. It gets better because now Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer, Senator Kirsten Gillibrand and majority of House Democrats from New York, including representatives Jerry Nadler and exact Alexandria Cossio Cortez joined the chorus on Friday, calling for the governor to resign. Nadler, the powerful chair of the House Judiciary Committee, said that Latino James investigation into the harassment allegations against the governor should Continue, but there's a difference between formal investigations that may end up in charge is any question of confidence in our political leadership of Governor Cuomo has lost the confidence of the people of New York and Governor Cuomo must resign and that was coming from Jerry Nadler. So, yes, even Democrats now joining the chorus of calls For Governor Cuomo to resign, and it's amazing how the course of one individual can be completely changed in just a year, because you know, a year ago, this guy was being featured prominently on National News by July, Anthony Fauci said that New York was the model of pandemic response. Hey, want a primetime Emmy and then now the world Is collapsing around Andrew Cuomo. And it's just unfortunate that the central focus is being centered around the sexual harassment allegations and not the nursing home death cover up because as far as anyone is concerned, like I said, the outside of the segment is far as we know. Right now. The sexual harassment allegations are not criminal in nature, they are merely unquestionably unethical. But that is wholly different and magnitude from the nursing home death from the causing of individuals to lose members of their family. Certainly that represents a Maura significant and agree Jin's egregious breach of trust from the New York governor. Pretty interesting stuff. Also representatives an idea of the last quest. Who served in Congress since 1993 said there's only one way that the governor can truly restore accountability in confidence to his office. He must resign. Interesting stuff. You're listening to
New York Governor Andrew Cuomo Facing Impeachment Investigation
"The governor once again. The he had done anything inappropriate. He said that he had not abused anybody but he acknowledged that perhaps People took it negatively post for them with a picture. He said he's sorry for making anybody uncomfortable. But right now. He's trying to forge ahead defy despite pressure all around him. What about the reporting on his staff and the nursing homes will governor. Cuomo himself has not addressed the report about his aides and allies. Making contact with other former staffers but rich as a party. A senior adviser said that it was an effort that happened organically and regularly there are conversations with former staffers. Governor cuomo has responded to criticism over his handling of nursing home situations by saying that the state's actions were taken to preserve hospital capacity and that they were consistent with federal guidance at the time. The state is cooperating. The governor and his lawyers have said with federal inquiries into the nursing home matter and the state has said that in the instances where it held back some data from the public it did so out of concern for the accuracy of those data and a desire to not misrepresent what had happened now as you mentioned the new york state assembly including many democrats members of the governor's own party say they are launching an impeachment investigation into these allegations. How would that work. And what would the time line be going forward there. There's very little guidance on how it would work or a timeline. As the last time in new york governor was impeached was in nineteen thirteen. The state doesn't give a standard in its constitution the way the federal government has the high crimes and misdemeanors standard. So what would have to happen. Is members of the state. Assembly would have to consider a resolution of with articles of impeachment if it passed by a majority in that one hundred fifty member democrat dominated house. It would initiate a trial and if convicted by two thirds of the people present for the trial. Mr cuomo would be removed from office. Thing that it's important to note. Is that under new york law. Even upon the act of impeachment state law provides that governor cuomo would lose the executive powers that are currently afforded to his office. What we heard from the leaders of the state assembly on thursday is that the chamber's judiciary committee would move forward with an investigation that would have the ability to issue subpoenas hear testimony from witnesses. Consider documents about both the accusations of inappropriate workplace behavior as well as the concerns over covid nineteen state nursing homes which is also being looked at by federal prosecutors based in brooklyn. Jimmy governor cuomo emerged as a national leader during the pandemic and now a year later. This is a much different reality. his facing. yes that's right. What's remarkable about what's happening to governor cuomo now is that. He's arguably at his lowest of lows in his four decade long political career. And it's coming immediately. After a high. In the early days of the pandemic governor cuomo gained national prominence for daily briefings about the corona virus. He placed himself and a circle of close. Aides at the center of all aspects of new york's pandemic response and he received plaudits. He won an emmy award for the briefings point. In december. he was under consideration for appointment. As attorney general by people close to now president. Joe biden to see him right now. Fighting for his political life is something that lawmakers political observers say is quite remarkable
New York Governor Andrew Cuomo Faces Impeachment Amid Allegations of Sexual Misconduct
"York State Assembly has authorized a committee to investigate sexual harassment allegations against Democratic Governor Andrew Cuomo. Six women have alleged that he committed sexual misconduct against them. Cuomo has strongly denied this. The New York attorney general has already opened her own investigation into the allegations. U. S. Authorities have helped return hundreds
New York assembly approves 'impeachment investigation' into Andrew Cuomo
"York State Assembly has authorized an investigation into sexual harassment allegations against Democratic governor Andrew Cuomo. At least six women have claimed Cuomo engaged in sexual misconduct against them. He has denied this. Remember Station W, N. Y. C. Bridget Bergen says some field, the Democratic majority in the New York State Assembly is starting to put a check on Cuomo that became clear after a long, intense meeting yesterday among the State Assembly Democratic Conference who are in the majority. Their plan to begin investigating the allegation. Excuse me. Allegations includes the power to subpoena testimony under oath. Bridget Bergen reporting,
Cuomo Faces New Threat: Impeachment Inquiry Led by Democrats
"The New York State Assembly is starting an impeachment investigation into embattled governor Andrew Cuomo. Member station W. A. M. C in Pincus reports from Albany after hearing from members at a Democratic conference meeting Thursday. Speaker Curl Hasty says the Judiciary Committee will examine misconduct allegations against the third term Democrat. Six women have accused Cuomo of harassment, including unwanted, touching and kissing. Cuomo denies he touched anyone inappropriately. Tasty, a Democrat, says the committee will have the authority to interview witnesses and subpoena documents. The speaker says the assembly's work will not interfere with an investigation into the allegations being carried out under the state Attorney general's authority. About 60 State. Lawmakers from both parties have called on Cuomo to step aside for NPR news. I'm Ian, Pick us in
New York City lawmaker will not seek a second term
"Lawmaker, one of a few moderate Democrats in the New York City Council says he won't run for a second term anymore. W one of my CDs David Cruz, has more Council member Mark Joan. I blamed a political climate that isn't favorable to centrist Democrats like himself is the main reason for declining to run again. He represented district that includes City Island, Pelham Bay and Throgs Neck. And although Democrats dominate the district, patches of it remain conservative. Jonah represented the Bronx in the New York State Assembly before winning the council seat in 2017. Several scandals were linked to him over the years, including one where he earmarked $130,000 in city council funds for an unregistered nonprofit tied to him. His departure will likely clear path to victory for Marjorie Villa squad is a community organizer and district leader in the Bronx.
New York Mayor De Blasio on Cuomo Bullying Allegations: ‘That's Classic Andrew Cuomo'
"California and new york. As far as the government structure is concerned by political party not to on a like the new york state legislature is also ruled big time by a majority of democrats. The reason we're talking about him is that what's left of republicans in that state in the new york state. Assembly are pushing to form an impeachment commission to gather facts in evidence surrounding governor andrew. Cuomo's handling of the coronavirus crisis and the underreported covid. Nineteen nursing home deaths in that state. Of course this will probably go nowhere because The democrats may be under the control of cuomo and may not be willing to move forward on this matter. Although as told you yesterday there's one democratic assemblyman who said that he got threatened by cuomo and apparently he's always coming up against cuomo before and cuomo basically obliterated a phone call telling him that could end his career and you know who backed up the assemblymen that large worthless new york city mayor. Bill de blasios also doesn't like komal. David is saying that. I believe the assemblymen. I i think that sounds like quote to be.
"new york state assembly" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"It is one of the constitutional things that has never been litigated. Now Congress could pass a law saying that any pardon revealed after the president leaves office will be presumed illegitimate, null and void. That's probably a good idea. Or we could, you know, do a 25th amendment kind of thing And seeing the loophole in the Constitution passing amendment to clarify what happens once the president leaves office, he'd have to at least register that silent pardon with somebody in the government, right? He couldn't just keep it it mar a lago with him, Because how would they know? He issued it before he left off. Well, You know there. There are greater constitutional minds than mine. But as I read it, he does not have to register it. There's nothing that requires registration of the pardon. That wasn't written into the document. And so no, no, He doesn't have to tell anyone that he's written this thing, And once he reveals it, there would be a lot of litigation about its validity and to my view. So, reporting on CNN last night that he is now not expected. And of course, you never know what somebody does. But the anticipation now is that he's not expected to pardon himself. Or his Children or any of the rioters from January. 6. Do you have any sources? Well, when you say you can never tell what somebody is going to do. This isn't just somebody. This is Donald Trump on we've been hearing for Years for least two years that Trump was considering pardoning himself because there are two at least two major problems for him in the law. One is the election interference which we started to hear about, almost from jump going back to, uh, the Russia investigation. There is the interference in Georgia, most recently the conversation with Georgia Secretary of State Brad Raffarin's burger and now there is a very clear indication that that will be investigated in the state of Georgia under state law. And then there's a federal problem as well there for him to consider pardoning himself. And then there's the incitement of the deadly insurrection at the capital, for which he the DOJ has softened its position but is looking into liability their criminal liability under federal law. So a lot of reasons why Donald Trump might consider pardoning himself, But as you say, The recent reporting is that his advisers have suggested he not do it because he might lose his fifth Amendment right to against self incrimination and he would need that in any state litigation that might be brought against him. Are there any pardons? Besides the ones we just talked about? Potentially, that you're expecting today are looking to see if they come down. Well, multiple sources are suggesting reporting that Trump has about 100 names on a list that he is considering now. That doesn't mean he'll issue 100 pardons and clemency orders, but and he's been very stingy. Brian, We should stay. We should say, you know, he has trotted out a couple of high profile clemency petitions with Kim Kardashian at his side that he's granted. But he's been very stingy in the course of his presidency just to give you on example. Barack Obama by comparison, granted more than 1700 commutation requests, and that was more than every other president over the previous half century combined. As of Christmas Eve, Donald Trump pardoned Commuted or rescinded the convictions of just 94 people. 90 Obama 10 to pardon or commute their sentences. He's handed to commute the sentences of people who'd been convicted under the very harsh sort of Rockefeller type drug laws. The indiscriminate sentencing three strikes kind of laws, laws that Discriminated against people of color. When similar laws passed in the nineties treated other people I I will just say white defendants similarly situated in a much less harsh manner, so most often they were drug defendants on they were more harshly sentenced and so Obama looked at the laws compared the laws. And where they were unfairly applied. Would grant clemency. Donald Trump has not done that. And when he has granted clemency, he's used the power to grant clemency to people convicted of crimes relating to, for example, his presidential campaign like his former campaign chairman, Paul Manafort, and Roger Stone. Who just last month received clemency on. Meanwhile, there are thousands of people who are potentially appropriate for for true clemency sitting in federal prison. I'm so glad you brought that up, Jamie, because It's one of those things that people tend to look past. That's really probably even more important than what we're looking at. Which is to say in this case, not just the pardons that He's given that Many people consider outrageous but the pardons of anonymous people who really deserve him. That he hasn't given him too, And those tend not to be celebrities. Absolutely. And you know the clemency petitions when you read them, one at a time are rather heartbreaking, especially as the defendant becomes older and infirm. Now we do have to remember their victims. In many of these cases. Some of these cases are not victimless crimes. They're not all Defendants convicted of drug offenses. Sometimes there are violent crimes. And so the governor or the president has to consider the victim. But as a person gets older, they are not generally a threat to society. And that's the kind of thing AH governor or president needs to consider. It's a balancing act when Thinking about clemency. And it is about mercy, especially in cases where we thought about the ways in which the laws may have been indiscriminately applied to certain communities, Black and brown communities in in in the course of our history over the arc of our history, and it wasn't that long ago, the eighties the seventies, even the nineties as As the Obama administration acknowledged on you did ask who is who is on the list for President Trump? Well, interestingly, he's looking at people again. Associate ID with his campaign. Rudy Giuliani has said he doesn't want clemency, but he probably or pardon, but he probably needs it. Steve Bannon, the president's former chief strategists, who is currently under indictment on and in our area. Brian Sheldon Silver, who was convicted twice on corruption charges and sentenced to prison just last summer. Now he is elderly and Cove. It is in the prison, so that is something to be considered. But it's to be considered for all defendants, not just Wealthy, prominent and influential, by the way, Lou Wayne. The rapper is also on the list. Too colorful name. I'll mention him. Hey, pleaded guilty last month to illegal firearm possession. He's also big Trump supporter. So he's on the list. We'll see if his clemency petition is granted 30 seconds left in the segment. You mentioned Sheldon Silver. And I know since that news broke That he might be on the pardons list. Ah, lot of people around here are scratching their heads and thinking, Wait, Shelton, Silver, Liberal Democrat. Convicted of corruption after being the speaker of the New York State Assembly. Why would trump pardon him? Well, you know, Trump, we must remember wasn't always an ardent Republican. Any New Yorker will think back, even say Eight years and remember that Trump's political leanings..
"new york state assembly" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio
"From noted that that's the whole idea. Well, I would love to see one of not be dead because Be one more person Still, I'm not worried about that. E mean, obviously. But you know why I go on the C D. C. Look up. Look up. How many people die A year from smoking smoking related causes. 480,000 Americans die that yet they're still making cigarettes. Why? Because all the money goes into the local government. Still, the city's never gonna stop 180,000 people living Colvin, but we will have to stay home. But everyone people buy cigarettes. Yeah, and you know, years ago, my my co Jean Louis Tobacco was on New York State Assembly man on public record, which will indicate that I was one of his largest donors and I used to donate to campaign he had it was called tobacco against the battle, so e would be outside. The back of the element that while we're about to go inside and explain the kids want you shouldn't be smoking cigarettes but quickly is to get a kick out of. That s O. Gen. Michael Johns is gonna join us evidence. We had a little time here. You are launching a Lester challenged team of 41 of my best friends and the biggest patriot. Besides Kotla, vato, we will join forces and collectively in New York state as five a lawsuit against Cuomo No. Brodziak introduce is in that lawsuit, where it's for small businesses. People whose kids are out of sports out of school, the impact of real estate for people who landlords and every county in New York has filed. We got everybody and they Latina and myself like an island, Richmond County Adult county stand. I was the first to sign off on it. As soon as we submitted the paperwork, the lawsuit they were like both within hours they signed off with suing them. We're suing them for Freedom awaiting back because there's a first Amendment and no one remembers. We Constitution. People way need that lawsuit away. The pressure we can get. We're not going to get money out of. We don't want money. We want freedom Rights Not about It's certainly not about that. Yeah, and you know many people call me up, saying J T you crazy? Down. Are you doing down there? Well, why you? Why you why you taking on the governor? No matter why you back in these two guys you barely even known. I know, because I'm like them. I come from a blue collar family. My dad was a cop. My mom was a private investigator before she had a little party entertainment business like for a job. I was 14 years old. My mother dressed me up like Mickey Mouse and make me put.
"new york state assembly" Discussed on The Last American Vagabond
"The people that got the vaccine which all of these people did develop this issue that for four people one hundred sixty four that is not the actual representation of bills palsy in this country or the world there do. They are mid july coming from the fda or rather a very strong manipulation of the data like everything else. We're looking at still the federal regulator recommended surveillance for cases. So there's still watching it. So i believe very strongly that what we're staring at. Here's something very similar to all. I mean all you look at the correlation between all the experimental trials and everything we continue to see and how much that correlates with exactly what we are seeing india in regard to this mysterious illness that were baffled by the took place in the exact same location as a vaccine trial. Now all that being said all very obvious reasons to be concerned that everyone's prior to downplay new york state assembly introduces a bill dating covid. Nineteen vaccines right. So even though there's some new york right. The fda is still toys still the uk's already giving these vaccines the us in regard to the trials. But this is right now. We're still debating whether this is going to be something that's approved. Newer state is introducing mandatory bills. Does it show you that. They're already i mean they. That's what's going to happen if you haven't even proven this going to be made yet and they're already mandating it. Get the hint guys. New york state remember. This is exactly what people said would never happen. They've already introduced legislation. That doesn't sound like that will never happen. That sounds like people very aggressively trying to make that happen. New york state assembly woman. Linda rosenthal a democrat. Who represents the new york sixty seventh assembly district quietly introduced a bill on december fourth that would require covert nineteen vaccine to be administered. This is a quote. In accordance with the department of health's covid nineteen administration program and mandates vaccination in certain situations. Realize that that is in accordance with their health nine this so setting the stage for a long time and that is why they previously set in their which by the way if ever any of these things mandates or laws contradict the constitution. They're no void according to previous president of the us supreme court so when they set the stage with mandates about how they need to push this if we don't reach certain immunity and then they pass this legislation that says that they are allowed to force on you. If that doesn't come to pass because of things they said months ago that were never officially voted on that. Never actually legal in the first place. It doesn't mean anything. But that's what they're saying right here that if they don't they will make you take this every new yorker except those medically exempt. They say are required to receive the vaccine. If the state's vaccination efforts do not achieve sufficient immunity from covid nineteen but remember right. Now they're all telling you that this vaccine is not capable of that so it is. This is them telling you that they're going to force everyone to take it because it's not that we won't reach community that's a guarantee because they keep telling us. This thing will not stop transmission. All we'll do is lessen. Your symptoms bouchier said that at least three other people in mainstream positions have already told you that so..
"new york state assembly" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Day results from the tri state area. Michael. Thank you very much. Nathan. Let's start with the New Jersey The Associated Press reports, voters in the state have approved legalizing marijuana. That means New Jersey would join about a dozen other states that have also legalize pot. The amendment means that cannabis would be subjected to a New Jersey sales tax Governor Phil Murphy says Legal pot will help the state recover from the covert 19 pandemic. Cory Booker, the former mayor of New Jersey's largest city, Newark, and one time Democratic presidential candidate. Scored a second U S Senate term with at least 63% of the vote count in Booker beat Republican Rick Meta 61% to 38% Booker had raised $14.5 million for his campaign compared to matter, a Trump loyalists had $564,000 There is still no official outcome in New York's 11 congressional district on Staten Island. Bloomberg's dog prisoner reports. Incumbent Democratic representative Max Rose is hoping to make history. His goal is to become the first Democrat to win back to back races in New York's 11th since the late 19 seventies. But at this point, the balloting is not in Rose's favor. There are reportedly close to 40,000 absentee ballots still to be counted. His Republican challenger is Assemblywoman called Mallya Takis, and she has declared victory. With a reported margin of about 36,000 votes. I'm duck prisoner Bloomberg Daybreak so far. AP says Malia takas earned 58% of the vote compared to 42% for Rose 95% of the precincts in the 11th have reported. We have election results in for several congressional races in the Tri State area. Bloomberg's John Tucker joins us live the very latest on those races now. Good morning. Yeah, these air some of the more competitive races in New York's first congressional district. This is located in Eastern Long Island Republican. Incoming Congressman Lee Zeldin has defeated Democratic Challenger Dancing. Gore absolved DeGroff 61% of 39%, the second congressional district. This is on Long Island. This became competitive after your recall. Republican Peter King announced his decision to retire after 14 terms in the House Democratic candidate Jackie Gordon, an Army veteran, former educator in New York City public schools. Has lost to Republican candidate Andrew Garbarino, who currently represents Long Island South Shore in the New York State Assembly. Hey Garner, 5 59% to Gordon's 41%. Again. The the winner there, Andrew Garbarino and the Democratic incumbents in two New Jersey's closest congressional races. They were declared winners just after midnight. These representatives Nanny Cam and Tom Bowman, Kowski, the first term Democrats were elected two years ago, a part of the blue wave, then Jeff Andrew. He's the party switching Republican ally, Mr Trump's in the state's second congressional district, the South jersey He's leading Democratic challenger any Kennedy was 74% of the precincts reporting, representative Mikey Cheryl, the first term Democrat, former Navy helicopter pilot. Was declared the winner in the 11th district against her Republican challenger, Rosemary Bachi, 59 to 41%. That's one fit with 51% of the precincts reporting and in the States fifth Congressional District Democrat incumbent Josh Guggenheimer was declared winner over challenge of Frank Pallotta 58% of 41%. That was with about 70% of the precincts reporting their Connecticut's fifth Congressional District concerned the only competitive race for the House. In the state freshman congresswoman Johanna Hes, a Democrat, leading her Republican challenger, David Sullivan. 56% of 43% of that is with 62% of the precincts reporting. Michael John. Thank you very much. New York Mayor Bill de Blasio weighed in on the election. This election will decide Whether we have someone in the White House who cares about climate change and is ready to take it on, which is so crucial for New York City. Or whether we're going to see MME or more years of inaction. The New York Police Department has increased patrols outside Trump Tower on Fifth Avenue in Manhattan in my beauty chief Terrance Monahan says there have been no major threats to the city, but police are staying prepared for the rest of the week for any protests. Global news 24 hours a day on air and on Bloomberg Quick take powered by more than 2700, journalists of analysts more than 120 countries. I'm like Bart, this.
"new york state assembly" Discussed on 77WABC Radio
"85. Relate to the presidential election. Trump and Cuomo with covert the exact opposite Cuomo's demeanor. His public relations was great. It was calm means talking about meatballs. Matilda having that stupid banter with brother on TV, but that was that was, you know? It was good PR. It was coming. But the sense was terrible. The substance is 30,000 dead people nursing home decision that killed 6500. Maybe more seniors at all. The substance of trump with excellent We got the comfort here we said at the hospital in Central Park operation were speed vaccines are coming. But the PR with trump the persona of Trump is, you know it's trumpets very trumpian. So Where has something of great job But he didn't have the great PR and Cuomo the horrible, deadly job but has a nice calming press conferences. He's he fell to a hero. It's really mind boggling and where we could talk about it and expose this guy for a processing lots of death of 30,000, New Yorkers and baby a terrible leader. During this crisis that's going up to it. No doubt about it. Carol Allah running for reelection as assemblyman in the Hudson Valley. Of course, Cuomo did panic that what am I going to do with 40 ventilators? And of course we have in New York State, the highest death rate in the nation, the highest unemployment in the nation. So how is even even pretending to do a victory lap? I'll never know. But in addition to the Ah Being the captain of the Titanic of the Corona virus. We also have the parole board. I mean, there are there They're there. There paroling, cop killers left and right. Except for the one who went to the bathroom and died of a stroke and which was a stroke of good luck for us, But Cuomo points of these parole boards, He all but one member of the Pro board is a Homo appointee appointed a woman to the pro board who married a convicted murderer trying to escape from jail who bit off another inmate's nose while he was in jail. I know that person has been paroled because he was married Teo, you know somebody high up in Democrat politics, and he actually has another New York State assembly. This murder works in here. State Assembly. He's the guy that puts out the coffee and cookies. The assembly members in the back of the assembly. It is unbelievable. But the question is Karen, if you win in a couple of weeks, and of course, so we're endorsing you. We love you both professionally and personally. What can you do to change it? Yeah, There's two pieces of legislation that I'm working on. Right now. Three parole board members meet with an inmate to see if you're going to be released. You only have to get two out of three right now to get released. I think it should be three out of three. That would change things A little bit on. Keep more of these bad guys behind bars, domestic terrorist cop killers a month ago, a guy who raped a woman and killed her in front of her small Children. Got released. It would change things for the other thing is the pro board's not accountable to the Legislature on Ly Cuomo can fire the parole board member. We have legislation that says a super majority of the Legislature should be able to remove a parole board member who's doing a terrible job that would add more checks and balances. And also, we have to change the mindset that somebody who committed a heinous crime murder of a police officer assassination of police officers in In some cases, domestic terrorism. They're not redeemable by letting them out. You devalue the lives. They took you under mine respects of the rule of law. So we need to change our mind. Check the criminal behind bars who got due process. And sitting in jail. He's not the victim. He's the perpetrator. And we have a New York state of mentality where the perpetrator is. Somehow the victim didn't get Hogan offering a bad up certain race, certain color, and as a result, we have this this jailbreak going on in New York state and economic situations, drive people out of your state of soda policies. I guess people wanna women of state where a cop killer is They on the street. And Cuomo gave a lot of them the right to vote. He gets them time during their Ah, while they're still Ah, control to vote, which he didn't have to do. So your your vote. Some cases going to chance without popular depending on where you want to add insult to injury. Yeah, he actually none of the not only do we parole, the cop killers and let me pardon them on top of it so they could vote. I mean, unbelievable. And that's why, as you point out, Karen Lalo running for reelection as assemblyman in the Hudson Valley, we need to elect report common sense Lawn order Republicans like Rob Astorino, Tom Sullivan. Victoria Johnson in Long Island was running against the guy, the state senator who actually wrote the No. Cash bail law. This guy Senate states under the tide, Kaminsky, We've got to kick his ass out. I mean, he really responsible along with Cuomo for this, no cash, bail or He really is. You know, this is a federal prosecutor. So he used that part of his bio biography to give credibility to cashless bail on the discovery reform, and he really was instrumental in that That would be great to see him go that Was a terrible piece of legislation. You know, it wasn't a covert. That would still be the number one story around your state and maybe you country and by the way, Joe Biden and then many Democrat members of Congress in your state they wantto have cash Dalmatian want They want this experiment and so terrible in New York state could be expanded to all 50 states will do something to stop. Hey, we'll do. It's a favour. Then in two weeks, maybe two weeks from today, the day before the election calling again and we'll try to get you One last. You know, Major, So you're gonna win anyway. But one Lancelot kick Iniesta, those folks out there and vote for you. So let's let's make that date right now. Two weeks from today, Karen and we'll get you a victory coming up in 15 days. We'll get your picture in the plague. Playgirl right naked. Whatever it takes, Whatever it takes, I never for a all right. Thank you, Karen. Great job is always party. We'll talk again real soon. All right. Carol Waller up there on the Hudson Valley. Or I did attacked out mascot that time. That was very, very disappointing. Remember that? Yeah. I try to forget Nicky. Nick. You know, I talk to her. Now. She's married. She's got kids. It was like 20 years ago. Already on the team show up in the Hudson Valley, My buddy Steve Kleiner. But who knew that he was attractive 17 year old female underneath that that mascot outfit you made it right in the end, But it was still very funny episode There was great when Mother called them. We're going to see him was a mess all up there on the other Hudson Valley. I love the Hudson Valley. Okay, we'll take a short break. We'll sort ofthe next hour with another lady. Bernie's hood trying to get a win. Hey, just mentioned her. I don't want island Victoria Johnson. So keep it right. He had more of Bernie and sit on this one day morning. Download this 77 Anyway, D c mobile app. Now get the latest news on information. Listen to your favorite shows in podcasts anywhere you go available now on Google Play and in the APP store Talk Radio 77 W A. B. C My man Pete Morgan off. Folks are friends of peerless boilers that time again. Cold weather's right around the.
"new york state assembly" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer
"Screaming through this Monday. It's October. 19th 7 26. Yeah, baby, we got this Assemblyman Kieran LOL are doing a great job, just crushing it up in Albany's Republican representing the Hudson Valley in the New York State Assembly, a Marine veteran of the Iraq war, You know, a cure and welcome back to the show. Brother. How you doing this morning? Great to be with you, You know, appreciate your service to the United States of America in Iraq, you know we were talking about, you know, we always talk about the silly foundation. But we're talking about these few weeks rolling into a veteran's day Wounded Warriors project. I mean, my goodness gracious. You see, we're talking about the mental problems. When folks come back from war, you might yet for you to see it firsthand. Assemblyman. That must have been so just a searing to your heart, sir. You know it is it is difficult, and those unseen rules of war are difficult to treat for a lot of reasons, In some cases, pride and, you know, sort of that tough military mindset prevents a veteran seeking treatment. I know personally Marines and other servicemen who don't want to walk into the For example, able bodied with With their fellow veterans who are missing limbs and have more obvious wounds. Constable Billy It was tough to get Teo get them the help they need one thing That works is peer to peer veterans counseling, and we're trying to expand that here in New York state, But we need to do a better job because Sitting down with fellow veterans trained to talk about these kinds of issues could really be a life saving form of therapy. Yeah, Karen, we've got a lot to talk about politically, but you're absolutely right. You go in and someone's embarrassed they serve in the military. And they just they can't. They're having PTSD. They just can't handle it. They're embarrassed to talk about it. I don't even think about that to get them to go and get the help at wounded Warriors Project, for example, you see that you see that more often than not right? That's unfortunate one of the barriers that we have to break down and let everybody know it's okay. You going to go get a and it was right for you and your family. And in many cases you burned this help. You've earned this this care take full advantage of it. Amen. Amen. Kieran Lawler and wounded Warrior project is right there for you. So I tell me both. What's going to parole board in New York State were so confused. We see these things and your common sense guy, you know, with Nicole, Molly attack us and you know a handful of Republicans up there in Albany. Karen, what's going on with the parole board to releasing more more criminals on more cop killers on the street? Yes. The parole board is hopelessly procured criminal. It seems like the more heinous criminal, the more likely they are to be paroled and let me just give you there's a parole board member who used to be an assembly staffer who worked on the Collections committee. And she befriended an inmate convicted murderer who tried to escape from jail while he was in jail. He bit off another inmate's nose, and she married this person under but it gets worse. And you're not gonna believe this. This. The time will solve it. He gets paroled. He's married to a pro board member. He gets a job in the New York State Assembly. I see this guy. We have a coffee room in the back of the Assembly chamber for the members. We called in talent, so this guy's gonna put the food out there came out. I was critical of the fact that this guy was married to a Pro Bowl. Remember that he got paroled that he's given a cush state job. And now every time I feel whole, Mr Lowell, how you use a little a little bit creepy, You know, but that's the end of it. There was no uh, poor guy in the city of Albany could use a nice state job with benefits and everything else. They give it to a convicted murderer because his wife is a parole board member, And that just shows you have pro criminal things are you know if somebody is up for parole, they sit down with three parole board board members. And two out of three have to agree to grit. Police were trying to push a bill. My colleagues and I have three out of 32 release somebody, especially the more heinous crime cop killers. Okay, so don'tjust stop killers that work you know, and shootouts their domestic terrorists who lured caps in and then and then assassinated them. So that's different than just a just a murder. They're both bad. But one is worse. We just saw today. Ah, a maid who lured a corrections officer, too, to be murdered by a drug gang here, getting paroled now without without even the bidding the crime without showing any remorse. He's going back on the street right now. Governor controls all but one parole board. He's appointed every single one on Ly, the governor under current law can remove a probe. Remember, we're pushing legislation. To allow ah, a super majority of the legislation to remove a pro board member who's not doing the right thing, and that would add some checks and balances by getting a legislative grace. It is it is a total mess. It is a jailbreak of the worst kind. Day after day. A couple years ago, there was there was an off duty cop who was killed decades ago, but his killer was released. Now the PBA has set up a online system where they could send in. Letters opposing his police, while hundreds and thousands of letters were sent in. But the World War disconnected the connection with the letters and they never got the letter, and they released. This guy killed a New York City police officer. It's unbelievable, was assembled in curing Lawler, representing the Hudson Valley in the New York State Assembly. Doing a great job fighting the fake. How come all of this is so logical? You see the crime rate in New York. You see the shootings and the people hurt the most of the people who need help, the most the in the stress communities. And violent people..
"new york state assembly" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX
"From ABC news time Chertsey return president trump test negative for corona viruses a White House statement in past hours new rules issued for White House staffers include avoiding physical contact which the staff's top bosses so far not done is A. B. C.'s Trevor all to the White House with officials urging social distancing the president also drawing criticism for seemingly disregarding advice from his own agency's shaking hand after hand Friday in the rose garden from one hand Sir because it almost becomes a habit people come up to me they shake hands they put their hand at it's sort of a natural reflex shaking hands is not a great thing to be doing right now I agree new Jersey's governor announcing a second call that nineteen deaths in the state that makes at least fifty eight deaths in the U. S. two members of the New York State Assembly have tested positive for coronaviruses governor Cuomo ordering the capitol in Albany closed to visitors during its cleaning and disinfecting ABC's Diane Macedo the president is promising a website to help streamline the testing process but questions are mounting about that this is nationwide at least forty six thousand schools have closed keeping some twenty six million students at home the common complaint lack of thorough testing local governments are trying to catch up with drive thru testing sites in San Francisco Seattle Denver Birmingham all the way to new Rochelle New York where residents with symptoms have to call a hotline to schedule a test each city has a different protocol in Germany the Berlin Senate bans all events and gatherings of fifty people or more bars casinos cinemas museums concerts similar businesses Spain and Italy are in virtual lockdown according to ABC's Julia macfarlane in London it looked on residents gathering on the balconies applauding the efforts.
Commercial Surrogacy: Women Are More Than Wombs
"Writing at the federalist last week Kelly trailer Hay fever remembered sitting in the legislature as the state of Washington legalize commercial surrogacy while surrogacy has long been legal in the US commercial. Surrogacy has not in fact it's banned in most countries because of the potential for human exploitation. Haber was struck by the lack of safeguards in the legislation. No background checks for would be parents. No limits on the number of children they could order. No MINIMUM COMPENSATION FOR SURROGATE MOTHERS. No barriers against pedophile are human traffickers. You might exploit the kids created incredibly in fact. The rights of the children themselves weren't even a part of that two thousand eighteen discussion well this month. New York is following suit. Considering to similar bills that would legalize commercial surrogacy in that state like in Washington. The push in New York is being made with heart. String RHETORIC AND CELEBRITY ENDORSEMENT HABER RIGHTS. But again with almost no restrictions to prevent opening floodgates for the exploitation and commodification of women's bodies were the buying and selling of humans and untold part of this whole story by the way. Is that among those pushing hardest for commercial surrogacy are gay couples. According to an informal study commissioned by the Chicago Tribune in Two Thousand Sixteen ten to twenty percent of donor eggs infertility clinics went to gay men ordering babies through surrogacy. The overall number that represents was at the time skyrocketing having increased by fifty percent in just five years. Now keep in mind. None of ten to twenty percent. Sounds like a low number self identified. Gay People make up only about three percent of the population by the way the sponsors of both bills currently before the New York state assembly. Just like the sponsor of the bill that became law in Washington state are openly gay in New York. Lgbt activists are mostly rooting for the less restrictive of the two bills on the table. Insisting that any safeguards on commercial baby making would quote unfairly harm. Lgbtq families the safeguards that these activists oppose are the same as those that are applied to adoptive families. Home Studies waiting periods protections for birth mother's according to a joint letter by several lgbt rights groups. Such evaluations would be unthinkable for parents. Who Plan to have children through sexual intercourse? Therefore I suppose they're logic goes restrictions should also be unthinkable for couples unable to have procreative intercourse. And who instead wished to buy someone's eggs and rent someone's womb in order to just ate a baby that they'll call their own. What we're seeing here is the logical conclusion of the ideology that brought a same sex marriage in the first place. Gay Unions were sold to the world with the slogan. Love is love now. Of course the only way that heterosexual love is the same. As homosexual love is by making any and all biological aspects of love irrelevant to the conversation in the first place. And that's just another way of saying that biological sex in other words that male and female and procreation are both irrelevant to marriage and now so many of those who intentionally chose sterile unions and argued that procreation is irrelevant to those unions are now demanding children. They're demanding procreation without sex. And they're demanding it as a right and the only way to claim a right to what is impossible because after all same sex couples cannot conceive. Children is through a transactional work around with women whose wombs they wished to rent and other words. The sponsors of these bills want the reproductive abilities of Mother's divorced from the mothers themselves. They want the wombs but not the women. Of course those who suffer in this cynical economic exchange like in each and every chapter of the sexual revolution so far are women and children as Savior points out. Surrogate mothers or station will carriers as they're called are at risk of permanent sterility or other serious health consequences from ovarian hyperstimulation. The children whose rights are not even considered will grow up. And as we've seen in other situations they'll wanna know who they are. And where they came from many in similar situations understandably condemn how they were conceived bought and sold like products. The European Parliament has already denounced surrogacy as an act of violence against women and countries like India who citizen stand to profit from renting their wombs. Rich Westerners have recognized the built in exploitation in the practice. An outlawed it yet if activists and legislators get their way in New York it will soon welcome commercial surrogacy and by doing so. They'll be endorsing. The idea. Families including children are commodities to be bought and sold. But it's always the women and children especially the most vulnerable ones who will pay the highest
"new york state assembly" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"A complaint after that vote the ethics complaint is basically saying that once in Tucker was not only doing a favor for her friend with her boss but also doing a favor for herself and and using her position to gain a benefit that that shouldn't otherwise would not have been able to gain the case now moves to an investigation by the office of administrative law the head of the Republicans in the New York State Assembly is stepping down from his leadership position three days after he was arrested for drunk driving brain cold into issued a statement saying he will not allow his own personal challenges to quote distract from the goals message and mission of the assembly minority conference he also apologize for the new year's eve incident and said he'd begun to seek professional help cobra presents part of the Rochester area and governor Cuomo granted pardons today to nine people he says demonstrated substantial evidence of rehabilitation and a commitment to their communities one was convicted of possession of a forged instrument and scheming to defraud but it's since been the fire safety director for Harlem hospital for more than seventeen years another was found guilty of criminal possession of a controlled substance and grand larceny but is now a pastry chef who works to promote sobriety in the food industry Cuomo also commuted the sentences of two individuals who demonstrated substantial evidence of rehabilitation it's slightly raining fog forty eight degrees W. NYC support for NPR comes from the experiment in international living offering high school summer abroad programs committed to providing authentic and immersive educational travel experiences learn more.
"new york state assembly" Discussed on KOMO
"News a New York state assemblyman is facing drunk driving charges can drive tragedy can be one decision away from Brian called the top Republican in the New York State Assembly in a guest column in a local upstate newspaper less than two weeks later a new year's eve as if to prove his point cold drove a state issued vehicle into a ditch near his home arrested charged with driving while intoxicated his blood alcohol content the deputies over the legal limit a point away the old saying there's no excuse calling the incident a terrible lapse in judgment Dave Packer ABC news authorities in central Florida say fifteen cars were shot out while driving along interstate four and ninety five no injuries were reported and police say the damage appears to been caused by a BB or pellet gun they say witness accounts of the suspect vehicle very this is ABC news time for marina rock injure with our como traffic well we have a problem on airport way south it's in the northbound direction approaching south industrial way right lane is blocked with a collision a car fire is brought blocking all southbound lanes of Eastlake Avenue approaching the Mercer us you will find backups in both directions because of that northbound I. five an effort is really struggling from the Boeing freeway to the Snohomish river south on I five in the Seattle tough from Lake City way to downtown southbound four oh five credit in Bellevue from Southeast Asia to new castle and starting a bunch of little bit north down from five twenty up towards about fifty nine south by five slow the cell center area to one eighty eight south bound one six seven that's really crowded now from just south of one eighty up to about two seventy seven than in slow again just south of highway eighteen east bound by twelve that's a tough one from steel street to golden given route next come on traffic at three fourteen now at the economy with the forecast for tracking more widespread rain across the region on and off throughout the afternoon and evening also monitoring the possibility for some strong gusts.
"new york state assembly" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO
"Instagram Facebook app talk radio jail I am really excited about this gas that I'm gonna welcome in right now his name is dove hike and dove is eight former New York State Assembly met a Democrat the founder of Americans against anti semitism dove thank you so much for joining us here on the brain kill me fill it's my pleasure to be with you I wish it was under better circumstances but I wanted to get your your take your reaction on the events of Saturday night at the synagogue there north of New York City in in which a man with a machete attacks the people that are gathered there for a Hanukkah celebration yeah lighting candles look it's part of the onslaught the unprecedented incidence of anti semitism all of you that have been unfolding in our city I mean point beyond our city we have a special problem here in New York but unfortunately you know what DiMaggio the governor governor Coleman no one recognized they want to blame Washington they want to blame other people instead of taking responsibility but you know we have incidents of vandalism to like we never had before Joe there's never been you know anything recorded to like what we have been facing I sort of thirty six years in New York state legislature I was there to speak out against anti semitism but it was an individual thing here and there it was really at the end of the day no big deal now people talk to me about a week living in pre **** Germany that were not killed but the fact that so many people raise about to mate tells you a lot about what's going on the Jews being attacked because they are Jews no the reason you know it all starts with little things you know thirty two with a swastika well you know we are people being attacked I saw in Saint Louis at a record store somebody painted a swastika granted in correctly over a painting of Tina Turner I mean it it just doesn't make any sense why someone would do something like that but I got I got to tell you there's something something is wrong something is terribly wrong in terms of just hatred that exists but in particular are you know here work work work I live in will you have such a large Jewish community you have a total lack of leadership it in terms of addressing this in terms of facing no worries I hate coming from one of the perpetrators once we can identify and if you take a look at that it is in it happened to be that so many of those perpetrators maybe ninety percent happen to be African American but that has nothing to do with the African American community as a whole we got a look at the facts we got a look at the reality why you then hopefully is there a way to boil it down is is there a simplistic reason that eighty eight if we ask why is that happening is there a simplistic reason I don't think is a simplistic reason but it's everything it's an apple sperm in this country that exists in particular you know as a Democrat so you know Democrats have a hard time seeing pastor noses are all they want to see is Washington all we wanna blames tribe they don't want to see that in their own backyard to the male would look in the mirror he would see the enemy is that we've got a problem here a major major problem it's coming from the you know the power comes of the world you know who do their thing you know how many liters of I heard members of Congress say I don't agree with Farrakhan's remarks about Jews but you know he does a lot of stuff well you can't do that you can say that you look into my eyes in one of the most vile haters in this country today when you have to lay even Omar you'll see and others Intel G. in in in that is anti semitic we dove I'm sure you saw this tweet from Donald Trump this morning from president trump the rights thank you to highly respected Jewish leader dove hi can for is wonderful statements about me this morning on fox and friends so what is it that you said about the the president that that he took a took a shine to look yeah I was pleasantly unit you know it's sort of it's nice to get that kind of recognition but it's about telling the truth it's not being honest about the reality that exists out there and I am sick and tired of watching people my own party to blame someone else to fight in the garden it's not my fault I'm not responsible if the guy in Washington you're the governor you're living there what is your plan to deal with anti semitism I wish for porters would have been asking that question of the mayor and the governor all along they had no answer nothing will be do is still you know this is like the takes a lot of coverage they condemn anti semitism when you think that's a courageous thing they condemn and do nothing and by the way people have been arrested for anti semitic incidents it's what happens to them thank you consequences of life resident president trump addresses anti semitism on college campuses today yeah you know one of the points I made on the number of shows today they just MSNBC a bowl of places you know one of the things about the you know they choose the president of but you know not being a friend some of the sanitation isn't just think of all the communities where you had all the all the anti semitism all apart crown heights in Williamsburg I'm not and see Jersey city guess what almost all of those people most of them registered Democrats paid more than him the president anything the president has been a great friend of the Jewish community isn't that ironic but but is it Lisa go back to to what you touched on in the beginning and that is the number of African Americans that are perpetrating these crimes against Jews and against the the Jewish community even the suspect from Saturday night's attack is an African American what explains that Jersey city the same thing Jersey city the same look I I I I don't know I don't know what the you know I can't say the doctor exactly I can only say that when you create an atmosphere in this country with is a double standard when it comes to anti semitism yeah if you if you attack someone who's gay who will come down on you if you attack someone who was a minority blocks will come down yeah and.
"new york state assembly" Discussed on 77WABC Radio
"W. A. B. C. again coming up on the Joseph Abboud V. I. P. guest list at seven forty is former New York State Assembly men Dov Hikind I want to talk to him about all this anti semitism that we've got going on which eight good plain and simple but right now let's go out to Tom's river and check in with Herbert hello Herbert you're wrong with Russ Salzburg how you doing her good good happy holidays to everybody I the greatest remaining out back in the early eighties and what's going on right now with the and then it is it reminds me of my years growing up over there which is awful and my question I have to comment I never heard it in the last few days now there and goes for anybody or are these folks thinking making any comments about that that don't match the problem and the same thing every five or the local politicians that in New York and you'll see the world and so on yeah you could hear the grass grow you heard that you're at Colin my comments my friend and listen what I don't care you know politics let's put the politics aside I don't care what party you're on and if all of not not all the names that you mentioned they don't like trump that's one thing blocked members of their party and people have spoken about anti semitism in their party they they have acted anti semitism I'm talking about the a season the Omar's and to leaves the squad and I I on a Presley I'm talking about that not once not once have I heard and you you just mention you know where's Natalie wears Schumer wears pelo see where's all of them not once have I heard during any of the debates or any of the issues not once has a anti semitism been brought up they had a debate the most recent debate they had a debate on the heels of this IRA in Jersey city cricket you heard and and maybe you brought up a very good point media is culpable in this because all in all those debates none of the panels ever brought that up now and you could see where the Gendel lies they don't care about anything that is really going on in affecting the country or whatever the state or wherever it may be they don't care all they care about is one thing and that is you know trying to overthrow in in you know get this president well that that of all his which is disgusting and their gender and I don't care eight you know what though not that I like it I accept you know you're on one party and then let's listen we can talk forever never on as like I've said several times back in a day yet Regan at and tip o'neill the end of the day they can go have a cocktail and you know talk about the differences here it it's absolutely hate and loathe loading for one another yeah no I need the hate thing you bring up the nice thing about the other day that when the president trump did win the election there was the you saw people saying love trumps hate for I'd love trumps hate saying that whatever you are how we want to take that but the thing is that I just they are the one the you know the the left in the ones that want to get this president of office don't have any real reasons other than that they just hate him so I don't know what they're trying to get you know who they're trying to fool when they say love trumps hate yeah because they're the ones hate but they can't put the hate aside it then come out United hating anti semitism then you have these great Democrats sitting with with all of a sudden they cat got their tongues anyway eight hundred eight four eight nine two two two is the number former New York state assemblyman Dov Hikind coming up at seven forty but right now it is time for the news with CJ Papa NJ dot dot com.
"new york state assembly" Discussed on 600 WREC
"Oakland's policy not to cooperate with immigration officials. We believe that we are here to protect and serve. All residents of our city. The department of homeland security is denying reports the president promised to pardon his acting secretary. If he was sent to jail for blocking asylum seekers from entering the US DHA says the president never encourage the acting secretary to do anything illegal, Jeff. Thank you very much. Okay. There you have it, ladies and gentlemen. I opened the program with this. Because his brushing Nokia wouldn't wasn't only power brushing. That's my fault. I just as I said when I talk about this. I got it. I got it. Found that morally repulsive. But understand, ladies and gentlemen. Before we go to break. Nobody's doing anything about a problem. This growing and growing. I related to you a fact figure well over one hundred thousand. Were indicted interdicted by customs people well over one hundred thousand last month and the figures high for this month. Who is going to feed these folks. It's not about the collapse could care less. I'm colorblind. But we had the right to protect borders. We have the right to determine who comes in that. We don't know who these people are we don't know who is a criminal who's not a criminal. But somebody democratic politicians will argue up one side and down there the right to be here. No, you don't. This is America. Let me give you another example of them their their mentality and the state of New York. As of yesterday. The New York state assembly passed the Bill. Yet it pass the Bill. They took away money for gold star families to go to college around six million dollars. Andrew what's big deal about that? They. Set a Bill of nineteen million dollars for illegals to go to college. In state will pay for renovated the tech now in this, right? If you look it up right now. In the state assembly of New York. They had put up money for illegals to go to college. And they have taken away money for veterans. Go the children of gosta families of people who died fighting for this country. They took away that money. I'm not making it up. Go look. But before we even do that before we go back to the phones, I want to tell you about her be systems. Give them a call at three two lawn. Three eight two lawn. We got rain and more rain. This is the growing season. It would be who've you. To go to the phone on Monday called three two lawn and talk to her be systems. They had been doing business here in Shelby county for thirty years. They know the climate. They know arraign they know all of these things and Herbie systems can help you make your lawn better Herbie systems can help you get the kind of home. The kind of landscaping you one. No obligation. Just give them a call three two lawn estimate. Come out look at your lawn. A superbly trained individual Miller female, they got a lot of females. They will come and.
"new york state assembly" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer
"Brown cow. You know, what you were so wonderful for listening. Thank you. And I love you, you you are part of the family. You're okay now, Joe we've got you down. Joe? I'm getting Besseges you here. I think we were streaming online. But we didn't go over the air for a second. So we're all set, and we're up and running with the brand new board, which I'm very excited about we sounds to me clear. Hopefully sounds clear to you out. There hates Joan the radio. Good morning morning. Happy wednesday. Here we go. It's great to have you with us. We got a lot to get into today. And a lot of great guests Kieran Lal is gonna join us from the New York state assembly momentarily. But after we break without Joe digenova as well and Frankie five boroughs is here. But we appreciate you tuning. And you chicken out old Joan Franken Allen, Debbie we are here for you every single morning. Thank you. For your kind words. Thanks for the nice social media. We are just getting started baby. We are just getting into it. Hey, Frankie, thank you for putting this all together out. Did you have to do with the technicalities owning? No. Okay. So we lost you for a while. I was wondering if you know, I was outside the room making sure that was taken care of what he was taken care of and seeing what they do. Engineer. He's unbelievable. I swear to God. I love the guy. He's unbelievable works so hard. We appreciate it very much. So I say as to which teams in cold and. Mike, Mike, you'll go out with a t shirt on when it's like zero. I don't know. Why did I do that? When I was younger. I don't think. So when I was younger. On the track team. We'd work out. You know, and you're sweating and the last thing you want to do is put on a heavy coat when you walk outside so shorts on. Yeah. Pick up. My kids school kids are got shorts on me. I have seven layers as we speak. I seventy you know. So it's like, I don't understand it. But what did you say? To drop my son off every day at school early because she has to be to work at seven thirty in the school day doesn't start until ten to eight. So a lot of times. He's they're a good half hour, forty minutes early. So I asked him one day. I said don't you go in and sit in the lunchroom wake ticker because I stand outside. I sit an all weather just raining. Of Jack the next two days. It's going to be freezing. You have to go in the building. Oh, no. I'm not gonna do that. His default position is always to the negative to whatever I said now where we he had gotten that from his mother. Tells me that covers as ready for this show. Breaking news just us. He's got this negative disposition like it. Gets it off. Get off my lawn. Sherri? I said to him I said Jack in the next few days. It's going to be extremely called especially Thursday morning. It's going to be five degrees out in the wind chill is going to be like minus fifteen you can get frostbite in minutes. And he's like doesn't matter. Good. So it doesn't matter. So I said what the school nurse calls me to tell me that they've transported to the hospital because you're frostbitten. You know, my response is going to be matter. Whatever when I get there. I get there. I don't care. We love you. We love you. He's a good. Boy. He's a good. Boy. I don't know why. I don't know what it is. They don't they don't wear clothes or jackets or anything. But please whatever it is. You gotta you gotta just kid be God forbid, grandma, more than us. That's what it is. Yeah. I guess but put your kids in close today. It's gonna be called the president is tweeting ready. Eight is twenty eight minutes after six o'clock in the morning and President Trump already when I became president. This is the President Trump this morning. Correct. Frankie. Six twenty five three minutes ago when I became president ISIS was out of control in Syria and running rampant since then tremendous progress made especially over the last five weeks caliphate will soon be destroyed unthinkable two years ago negoti negotiating or preceding well in Afghanistan after eighteen years of fighting. You know, I have to give the president credit. You got to give the president credit? It was rampant. Isis. You forget the people forget can't win. And that's and you have to look President Trump gets into office. I I gotta tell you what I never. I never knew didn't have an inkling, and I imagine you to listen, you didn't have an inkling that President Trump will be the guided shutdown vicious that Nazi like group known as ISIS, and all but destroy. And that's what this is what this rate is why the president tweets because everybody when I watch Dan Coats, and you know, he's he's the head of the director of national intelligence for the country doing good there. Doing a great job. And he explained to us where we still got to go after ISIS. The whole news media made a negative turn an attack Donald Trump on that. Of course, he's got no choice, but to tweet he's he's and it's true. What he said ISIS what they were. What about it? You forget it was the JV. Don't worry about them. Oh, the president ever jumps on that. Right. So you gotta give you gotta give credit where it's due. I'm just saying and then and then this to this too. And I don't mean is land this. But I find all of this fascinating. Forgive me. I'm hopelessly addicted to bother ticks just find it fast. You don't need like it's like, it's like this tree as you know, when you go to what's the not that the Guinness. What's the curious is museum there that you go to Ripley Ripley's Ripley's believe it or not? That's what thank you. Thank you. It's like you go into Ripley. You've got this kind of morbid curiosity. Toured politics. I can't believe things happen. And I've seen the but fold is supposed to go. Okay. That's okay. No. We're not gonna go. Okay. We're gonna we're gonna continue believing in this country you now they're trying to take God out of the pledge allegiance to hear that. That's not gonna happen. We're just gonna keep fighting. We're going to support our friends in the Middle East because then somebody some anti Donald Trump person, but guilty or picture of a general flame picture of Mike a Manafort a Paul Manafort of Michael Cohen, guilty guilty guilty. They are so obsessed with taking down the president people guilty and all the all this. When you see all those people that I just mentioned not one had anything to do with, quote, unquote, Russia collusion, not one they've got nothing guilty guilty guilty. And that's what they Adam Schiff and Jerrold Nadler and everybody keeps saying they are all looking well, this person was taken now Roger stone, his n-. What is this does Russia collusion? If you start from. A to point B, and you methodically think it out. Why did why did this pro for for for Russia collusion, and he's going on getting everything, but that he's collateral damage over and that's what this is. And when I see someone online that doesn't like the president's. They put pictures of these people up and say guilty guilty guilty guilty. It just shows you that you they the person that put this in in the people that can stand the president are so misguided this so misguided the shows me that you are backing the deep state and all the civil of fronts, these sympathy civil affronts to us as citizens man, you teach is going to start taking things taking people out if you don't have anything that the whole Mullah problem the thing. I keep about if you and I are to do the investigation, and you know, a business, right? We've all had that as a small businessman check that out for me. We hate what? Again, the tax Bill check that out because I paid that. And the government is very, greedy. Go check in. And you could check it out. If that if I said to the person, it's a two years it cost me millions of dollars. I would stop it. Stop it after two months. You have you found anything yet? You got nothing. Well, then then it's okay. Because because if you can't find it v in two months, it's not there. Two years old. I'm thirty million dollars later, and we don't have the ability and citizens to go stop it. Oh, anyway. So when I say something positive about all your pro Trump. I just want everybody believe in the country. It's a it's a we're doing great just everybody. Relax could just come down. For goodness. Makes me crazy that people get nuts. 6:33 Frankie five boroughs is here. Big Alice here, and we got a very interesting story. Immigrants have a major impact on New Jersey economy, Abbott. Did you see this story? Very interesting. I did see that story, according to one financial website imigrants have a major economic impact on the Garden State using twenty different educators. His wallet hub is name of this. Website has calculated that New Jersey is the third most affected by the presence of immigrants in the United States. New Jersey's tied with California for the highest percentage of foreign born workers with an educational background in science technology, engineering or mathematics, see that's that's kind of legal immigrants that you want right there in jersey has always been like that. So that's a bit of a good news. When it also ranks it Gordon state as having the most impacted workforce by immigrants in the nation starting what would my grandfather, I will go into the break. My grandfather comes over he worked for Thomas, Edison. My grandfather area he went in. And it was in Menlo Park New Jersey, and he was like a laborer for income netizens plan over there, then and my theory is that my grandfather, invented the lightbulb and Thomas Edison, took credit for the Italians of everything you see is. Working my grandpa Rosero. What does that what does that it electable? But he. Going to watch. I'll take care. It's. Imagine imagine. What is this? Look at the data. I call it the lie. Enlightened yourself with a sandwich. The right back lunches on me. I got got a patent office. Staten Island is there he invents the telephone. And some waspy Scottish guy Alexander Graham Bell. The immigrants got no respect back. Then. Now, we just fled the country illegally. Okay. But back then they invented della phone Alexander green belt and quickly evermore. Regulated the way the history goes is that I think it was maybe had a little fair on his wife got mad and his wife sold Meiji's plans to Alexander Graham Bell is that roughly what it is pretty much. I know so. Mayor mayor g did invent the telephone right? No question about it. And you could see the house where he did in Staten Island. And if you people go to that museum where he lived with Garibaldi, they could actually see the brick that we got you for Christmas years ago, but he was bankrupt. He was he was defrauded by some some some hawks tres, basically and he couldn't renew his patent. So he he was in very very poor financial health and physical health. And so was his wife is wife was suffering from rheumatoid arthritis. And so his wife sold his drawings and all his devices. Secondhand dealers to raise raise some money. My understanding is he couldn't afford to renew his patent and then separately. Years later bell came out with his version of the telephone which was very similar, but because he couldn't afford to renew the patent never got. That his wife did did that. Or does she do behind his back? That's a good question to.
"new york state assembly" Discussed on 850 WFTL
"You know what the tax rate in New York is right now. So to put his socialistic impulses into perspective in California where my kids live just about sixty cents of every dollar. They earn goes to some form of taxation, whether it's federal state local property sales. That means that people in California work for less than half of what they actually earn. New York not far behind New York City, not behind it all already there. So now, the mayor is going to increase the tax burden because there is no other way to pay for this preventative care access to primary care doctors. He claims that will cut down on emergency room visits. But guess what we'll do is it won't compensate doctors. So guess we're all the good. Doctors are going to go anywhere. But there. A member of the New York state assembly Representative Brooklyn and Staten Island tweeted. That now New York City mayor also wants the taxpayer who's already overburden. Our citizens have a hard enough time covering their own healthcare costs. Now, he wants them to pay for the health care of three hundred thousand citizens of other countries. He must stop abusing the middle class and treating us like his personal ATM. So following governor Gavin Newsom out there in California who has a similar healthcare agenda for his state. And we'll say you know, that that. I can tell you this. I never really seriously considered going back to New York. But since mayor de Blasio has come into office. I don't even I don't even like visiting. How about that? And I feel for my friends and family members who are still there. But you know, what they're okay with this kind of stuff. They I know all the people that I know who stated York have Olsen oodles of money. So this is okay with them. You know, the oh Cossio Cortez's are fine for them. The only problem is now they're starting to serve. A national offices is not going to be fine for everybody. Yeah. The face of the democrat party who are now outwardly using the word, social, I mean, the Blasios said in his statement that he is going to govern by his socialistic impulse. Lord. Emerson. Thank you.
Oklahoma, Executive Director and Mary Fallon discussed on Weekend Edition Saturday
"Agencies and oklahoma we'll be permitted to turn away same sex parents seeking to adopt or foster children the law states that private agencies cannot be required to place children in homes that violate the agencies quote religious or moral convictions that protects discrimination says troy stevenson executive director of the gay rights group freedom oklahoma and it's the sad day for kids and we just want to make sure that they know we're going to continue to fight for them and that means we're going to court the governor mary fallon says the law does not ban same sex adoption or foster care and oklahoma instead she says it allows faith based agencies to operate in accordance with their beliefs the law is set to go into effect on november first amy held npr news governor fallon also drawing criticism from the national rifle association the inner right blasting her for vetoing a bill that would have led adults carry firearms without a permit or training you're listening to npr news and this is wnyc in new york i'm david i former new york state assembly speaker sheldon silver has been convicted on all counts in his corruption retrial jurors announced their decision last night the manhattan democrat was one of the most powerful elected officials in new york state he was convicted in two thousand fifteen for illegally earning four million dollars from cancer researcher and real estate developers but that verdict was thrown out last year after the us supreme court changed grounds for public corruption bill sanderson reported on the case for the new york daily news and his writing a book on both trials he says silver is going to fight the new conviction to appeal it sounds like i'm very confident that you will process will play out in my favorite sanderson says a sentencing date has been set for friday july thirteenth at a protest against immigration and customs enforcement local activists called for an end to gps ankle monitor's they say the monitors are provided by a for profit company under a contract with ice and that there too restrictive one hundred emigrants who did not want to be identified says she wore a monitor for a few weeks she spoke through an interpreter she feels that she's being on the watch constantly so basically what happens that you come here to.
Wall Street Journal, Cohen and Trump discussed on Louisiana Great Outdoors with Don Dubuc
"Motor company the wall street journal says the automaker rejected cohen's pitch which was made back in january of two thousand seventeen after trump's election win former new york state assembly speaker sheldon silver found guilty on all counts in his corruption retrial prosecutors accused him of using his position as speaker to do favors in exchange for four million dollars in bribes the seventy four year old silver was convicted a few years ago but the verdict was thrown out after the supreme court change the definition of corruption a man is recovering from minor injuries after being struck by falling bricks below a construction site in manhattan james flippin has the story it was around three thirty friday on the upper east side when the seventy two year old victim was walking on first avenue near east fifty seventh street the fire department responded but the man refused treatment after bricks fell onto a shoulder and foot turns out construction is being done on a building their fifteen to eighteen stories up on an outdoor terrace the department of building says a brick veneer became dislodged then tumbled down onto the sidewalk shed and ground below james flippin for seven ten w o r a long island baby that suffered severe brain injuries after a pit bull attack back in march making a remarkable recovery polly christman reports dr shawn rogers of cohen children's medical center says the team wasn't sure at first if baby nathan nanping gap would survive sensually the fracture was so bad that brain material was coming out through the skin and this is one of the worst that you can have the mother of then two month old nathan nampa was carrying him in a car seat in elmont when he was mauled by a pit bull two months later nathan's parents publicly thanked his team of neurologists and plastic surgeons his mother says she couldn't ask for anything more this mother's day i'm gonna spend you enjoy in my heart this one of the great modell's the in.