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Ohio Lawmakers to Unveil New Bill to Make Sports Betting Legal

Rush Limbaugh

00:32 sec | 1 d ago

Ohio Lawmakers to Unveil New Bill to Make Sports Betting Legal

"Been in the works for the last few years and today the Ohio Senate has announced they will be introducing a bill to legalize sports betting in this state. We think Very good basis. Have to finally get this done. We're anxious, not just the work with the committee, but our car leagues in the house and in the governor's office. State Senator Kirk Sharing says both the lottery and the casino control would be involved in this fill the hearings start next week. He said he'd like to have it all finalized by the end of June.

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Fresh update on "ohio senate" discussed on Gary Jeff Walker

Gary Jeff Walker

00:14 sec | 16 hrs ago

Fresh update on "ohio senate" discussed on Gary Jeff Walker

"Radio 700. W L jealousy. Cincinnati You guys are bringing your a game tonight Ice a bill to legalize betting in the Buckeye State. This is the 11 30 report and Rob Carpenter Breaking now was seven hundred's Jack Crumley. It's been in the works for the last couple of years. And today, the Ohio Senate has announced they'll be introducing a bill that would legalize sports betting in the states. This is not About revenue generation. Okay, This is about something that's occurring right now in Ohio illegally. Way. Wanna put guardrails around it? And we want to make sure it's being done properly. State Senator Kirk Sharing says both the lottery commission and the Casino Control Commission would be involved. Hearings will start next week. They're looking forward to working with the statehouse and governor. He says. They'd like to have the bill finalized by the end of June. I'm Jack Crumley news radio 700 wlw.

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"ohio senate" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

03:41 min | 7 months ago

"ohio senate" Discussed on WTVN

"Third week in September are positively number was 2.7. Uh, simply means that the percentage or a test coming back positive has more than doubled. There are now 29 counties across the state now considered in the red in the state system, which in central Ohio, now includes Franklin Union, Madison, Fayette Ross and marrying counties. Franklin and all adjacent counties are also reporting a high incidence of spread. Meanwhile, there's an effort in the Ohio Senate to do away with the 10 P.m. curfew for selling alcohol. Ohio's bars and restaurants ABC Sixes, Haley Nelson says a push has bipartisan support. Senator Nikki Antonio says she has been very vocal about being cautious during the pandemic. The longer time goes on. You know, the more concern we are places actually going out of business, not being come back at all. Ohio Senate President Larry AB huffs, also a sponsor of the bill. He says he Tempe up cut off time is arbitrary and has nothing to do with whether people are getting cove it or not the two presidential candidates gonna ask some big questions that they're dueling town halls last night. Trump was asked at a town hall with NBC Savannah Guthrie last night. If Theo is $400 million, he said, it's not to Russia and its a tiny percentage of my network. That's what he said He's releasing a required documents that will outline is worth And at his town hall, Democrat Joe Biden was asked by moderator George Stephanopoulos of ABC News is Biden opened a packing the Supreme Court with his pigs for justices. Don't voters have a right to know where they do have a right to know understanding? I have a right to know where I stand before they vote. So you'll come out with a clear position before Election Day. Yes, the two candidates are supposed to meet for one more debate next week. Jill NATO Fox News Senator Lindsey Graham, saying the quiet part out loud regarding Democrats trying to regain power. You all have a good chance of winning the White House. I don't know where the Poles were going, Tobe a thank you for acknowledging that. Yeah, I think I think is true. South Carolina Republican made that comment Thursday was acknowledged by Democrats Senator Amy Klobuchar Grandma friends remarks came during the Judiciary Committee hearing to conserve the nomination of Judge Amy Cockney Barrett to the Supreme Court. Trump administration turning down California's request for a disaster declaration to help the state pay for fighting and recovering from this year's wildfires. California Governor Gavin Newsom ask for financial aid last month as hundreds of wildfires burn throughout the state charges have been filed in connection to a puppy found burned on Columbus is East side Over the weekend, fire crews were called out to the area near Walnut Hill Park Sunday afternoon. The dog was found with burns on her face and paws. The puppy was treated at Diala Hill Animal Emergency Center. Investigators question Russia Johnson after receiving tips. He later confessed to his role in the abuse. He's charged with a felony. The puppy's been adopted and is recovering well. Radio 6 10 W TV END SPORTS Tomorrow scheduled to be the last Saturday without Buckeye football until Christmas. So I say preparing for the Nebraska opener. Covert issues for Luke Fickell Cincinnati Bear Cats You see, with some positive tests on the team has postponed its game against Tulsa tomorrow. The raspberry in for the showdown in Pittsburgh Sunday. Oh, BJ did not practice yesterday. With an illness, not coded baseball playoffs. Houston stays alive again with a second straight win over Tampa. Ray still lead three games to two. Atlanta 31 of the Dodgers after thumping L. A last night. Carlos Carrasco, the Indians named Sporting News Comeback Player of the year from the central Ohio Hunted for sport stars. Matt McCoy news radio 6 10 w TVs. I'm Scott Jennings stay connected to Columbus and Central Ohio on the hour 30 minutes passed and his news breaks Sonny, chilly today a high of only 55 degrees. The cloudy now in its 41 knowing you your morning is.

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Fresh update on "ohio senate" discussed on Mark Levin

Mark Levin

00:30 min | 17 hrs ago

Fresh update on "ohio senate" discussed on Mark Levin

"Fargo Bank branch in ST Cloud, Minnesota, were released not too long ago, one of them running toward a SWAT team with their hands up. It isn't clear if anyone else is being held at this point. Negotiations with the suspect or suspects are continuing. An army trainee is facing numerous charges in the alleged high jacking off a school bus curse in Richland County, South Carolina State 23 year old Giovane Collazo hijacked a school bus full of kids Thursday morning. He was taken into custody without incident and is facing multiple charges, including kidnapping. Lazo is an army training at Fort Jackson, which released a statement saying that the rifle colossal was carrying was army issued, but the trainees don't have access to ammunition until they're on a designated shooting range, The statement said. Colossal, was in his third week of training and was attempting to return home. Marco Malard. ABC News authorities say neither the driver nor any of the 18 students on board were hurt. Ah, sixth grade student at an Idaho middle school could be charged with attempted murder in connection with the shooting today, Jefferson County Sheriff Steve Anderson 1/6 grade female student. Retrieved a handgun from her backpack. She found fired multiple rounds inside of the school and now two students and a custodian were wounded. Schools in Rigby, Idaho, will be closed tomorrow. India setting some grim new records for covert 19 more than 412,000 new cases, nearly 4000 deaths in the last 24 hours. People, people who can be managed to calm People who want to get admitted because they're worried that they were suddenly deteriorate and tight, so they are clamoring for beds. They're all clamoring for oxygen. All this is adding booby shortage of auction is an infectious disease specialist at Apollo Hospital in India. You're listening. To ABC News. News radio 6 10 wt Vienna Malice and Wiant. The Ohio Senate announced they've introduced a bill to legalize sports betting in this state. We think Very good basis. To finally get this done. We're anxious, not just the work with the committee, but our car leagues in the house and in the governor's office. State Senator Kirk Sharing says both a lottery and the casino control would be involved hearings on the bill start next week. He says he'd like to have it all finalized by the end of June. Young girl is recovering after she was caught in the crossfire in Columbus. The nine year old had just opened her front door when she heard a sound she thought was fireworks and realized that she had been struck in the chest. Police believe she was an unintended victim of a gunfight but have yet to identify the shooters, CDC director Dr Rochelle Wolinsky said. We're not out of the woods yet, but she is quite hopeful that we're seeing a sharp decline in both hospitalizations and covert 19 related deaths. Come July state health leaders today reported an additional 1387 new coronavirus cases around the Buckeye State..

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Conservative lawmakers want to impeach Gov. Mike DeWine over COVID-19 response

Bill Cunningham

00:32 sec | 9 months ago

Conservative lawmakers want to impeach Gov. Mike DeWine over COVID-19 response

"Lawmakers in Ohio have announced an effort to impeach Governor Mike Wine over the state's response to the Corona virus. Several GOP lawmakers have drafted articles of impeachment, representative John Becker tells the Cincinnati Enquirer quote. We fired Speaker Larry Householder and the public wants the wind fired as well, unquote. He had several high ones are frustrated with the wine constantly moving goalposts on how to tackle the novel coronavirus in Ohio, the House would have to vote to impeach the governor, then a trial would be held in the Ohio Senate, with a two thirds vote of senators needed to remove the governor from office. I'm

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Fresh update on "ohio senate" discussed on Sean Hannity

Sean Hannity

00:33 min | 18 hrs ago

Fresh update on "ohio senate" discussed on Sean Hannity

"C h D to Astro, but I heart radio station from ABC News. I'm Daria Aldinger Police in ST Cloud, Minnesota say two of the employees who were taken hostage by a suspected robber have been released at a Wells Fargo bank branch. This woman lives nearby money at him on the outside of the door. Like they just threw money, and this older lady came out and she looks looking up. The FBI is also on the scene. A teacher in a rural Idaho school is being credited with ending a school shooting. Jefferson County Sheriff Steve Anderson says it was a female student who went into Rigby Middle School and opened fire with a handgun beginning in the hallway and then going outside. That it was a teacher who disarmed the girl. That girl is now in custody. During the shooting. A teacher disarmed the student and detained her until law enforcement took her into custody. The gunshot injuries to two students and a custodian are not life threatening. Like stone. ABC News, Minnesota will lift almost all covert 19 restrictions just before Memorial Day weekend. Governor Tim Walz says he'll also drop the statewide mask mandate 1 70% of residents. 70 or older get at least one dose of the vaccine or by July 1st. Whichever's first. The covert 19 vaccine is available to more people. But a B C's with Johnson says it doesn't necessarily mean more people get it across the country Workers going door to door. Encouraging Americans to get the shot. A new poll shows. Just 9% of unvaccinated Americans say they intend to get the shot as soon as possible. And with the next chapter almost here, vaccinating Children Madonna today reporting its vaccine is 96% effective in 12 to 17 year old CDC says Covert deaths could Top 600,000 by Memorial Day weekend Arizona's House of Representatives, passing a bill with the last minute amendment, which bans racist, sexist, politicized or other controversial topics in schools. You're listening to ABC News. News radio 6 10 W TV ANIMAL Listen, Wiant betting on your favorite sports team could soon be legal. It's been in the works for the last couple of years, and today, the Ohio Senate has announced they'll be introducing a bill that would legalize sports betting in the states. This is not about revenue generation. Okay, this is about Something that's occurring right now. They don't hire illegally way wanna put guardrails around it and we want to make sure it's being done properly. State Senator Kirk Sharing says both the lottery commission and the Casino Control Commission would be involved. Hearings will start next week. They're looking forward to working with the statehouse and governor, he says. They'd like to have the bill finalized by the end of June. I'm Jack crumbling, the housing market breaking records hitting a 15 year high and with intense bidding wars, forcing many families to lose out to cash buyers or bids that come in over asking record. Oh, interest rates and remote working, convinced many renters over the past year to try to buy a home is huge wave of millennials, especially aged 25 to 34, mostly renting, you were just poised to jump into homeownership. The pandemic was like tipped millions of them into making that decision and interest rates are just kind of super charging that the problem existing homeowners aren't leaving their houses during the pandemic, and the cost of building new homes is surging. Thanks to backlogs in this Apply chain of materials. Lumber prices have soared more than 200% in the past year. This lack of new homes, combined with a surplus of potential buyers, is contributing to the biggest yearly increase in housing prices in 15 years and another thing to blame on the pandemic the chicken wars they're struggling to get a hold of their main ingredients. Right now. Some restaurants and grocery stores were saying that they're having a hard time even getting chicken when they do. Some of those stories were saying that it costs more one restaurant. Says he's paying nearly 20% more than he used to. And that cost, of course, will be passed on to you something that we try to avoid, you know, because of, of course, a lot.

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"ohio senate" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

01:37 min | 1 year ago

"ohio senate" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"Big win hi all and again the judges like Kelly says Dr Amy Acton violated the constitutional rights of health clubs in gym owners by shutting them down he is granting a temporary injunction it stops the department of health from taking any action against clubs who violate the order ruling paves the way for a lawsuit against the state to move forwards club owners seek damages for money lost while they were shut down everyone agrees her lawsuit but we have filed the damages for our clients that have been done to them that is unconstitutional acts by the state they'd better state lifesaving they've demonstrated the manhole comedy better stated these both the entrepreneurs and their employees Chris said he's on the lawyers handling the suits the state of Ohio is expected to appeal I'm Brian combs newsradio seven double doubles meanwhile Ohio Senate bill one heading to the conference committee seven hundreds Jack crumbly expert explains a unanimous vote by the Ohio Senate against amendments made by the state house to Senate bill one amendments that would put new limits on Ohio department of health director Dr rainy Acton's actions it's very disappointing I I'm surprised that legislators don't want legislative oversight state house speaker Larry householder the amendments would have limited the department of health's orders to fourteen days and require extensions to be approved by lawmakers Senate bill one now goes to conference committee I'm Jacque Crumley news radio seven hundred WLW D. for the latest traffic and weather together this early Thursday morning and let me double check the traffic cameras and they're looking good no problems on the freeways and.

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"ohio senate" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

01:39 min | 1 year ago

"ohio senate" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"The twelve o'clock report welcome to Thursday almost Friday may twenty first I'm rob carpenter breaking now it's a big win for even in Ohio and again the judges like Kelly says Dr Amy Acton violated the constitutional rights of health clubs in gym owners by shutting them down he is granting a temporary injunction it stops the department of health from taking any action against clubs who violate the order ruling paves the way for a lawsuit against the state to move forwards club owners seek damages for money lost while they were shut down everyone agrees her lawsuit but we have filed the damages for our clients that have been done to them that even constitutional acts by the state they'd better state lifesaving they've devastated the American economy devastated these both the entrepreneurs and their employees Chris is one of the lawyers handling the suits the state of Ohio is expected to appeal I'm Brian combs newsradio seven double doubles Ohio Senate bill one heading to the conference committee seven hundred Jack Crumley explains are unanimous vote by the Ohio Senate against amendments made by the state house to Senate bill one amendment that would put new limits on Ohio department of health director Dr rainy Acton's actions it's very disappointing I I'm surprised that legislators don't want legislative oversight state house speaker Larry householder the amendments would have limited the department of health's orders to fourteen days and require extensions to be approved by lawmakers Senate bill one now goes to conference committee I'm Jacque Crumley news radio seven hundred WLW ready for the latest traffic and weather together to start your Thursday just had a look at the traffic cameras they are looking good except.

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Joel, Ohio Senate And Mike Dewine discussed on Joel Riley

Joel Riley

00:17 sec | 1 year ago

Joel, Ohio Senate And Mike Dewine discussed on Joel Riley

"Joel the Ohio houses passed controversial house bill six dealing with utility companies that adds fetal highlands electric bills that goes for the states to nuclear power plants the Ohio Senate passed earlier this month but excellent as a bailout for the utility company FirstEnergy solutions governor Mike DeWine has already signed

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"ohio senate" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

02:28 min | 1 year ago

"ohio senate" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"Positive for west Nile virus they were recently trapped in Symmes township health officials are saying they will closely monitor the area where the password collected they're also asking residents to cut down on Miskito exposure by getting rid of any standing water which attracts them Miskito can transfer the virus to humans with people over the age of fifty the most likely to be infected a two year budget has been passed in the Ohio house and Senate today and it weights any any line to any any line item vetoes and the governor's signature the two chambers came to an agreement on several issues which include education reform in taxes the budget what every four percent income tax reduction across the board well those making less than twenty one thousand seven hundred fifty dollars a year what's the income tax eliminated entirely funding for schools would go up four point one percent for the upcoming school year at two percent for the next school year and also the bill rate the are one of the resolutions includes healthcare transparency the Ohio Senate also passing house bill six this evening it would result in an eighty five cents per month be on customers electric bill statewide keep two nuclear power plants in northern Ohio running supporters say will save jobs but opponents saw it will eventually kill the state's renewable energy mandate in the next ten years the build will now go it will go to the governor's desk but before that it must go back to the house who has adjourned until August first when they return they are most likely to take it up with a passage that it goes to Mike to want status the new face sap has become very popular but it's Russian origin and threat to its users privacy has one political party on edge especially after the country's tampering with the twenty sixteen election the Democratic National Committee sending a warning to the twenty twenty presidential candidates urging them not to use the popular app from a Russian company the so called a face that uses artificial intelligence to allow users to alter their appearance including making their faces younger or older it's been a viral sensation with celebrities from lebron James the jealous brothers to Kevin Hart all giving it a try but the DNC security director tells campaigns in a letter quote this novelty is not without risk face app was developed by Russian Senate minority leader Chuck Schumer has called for an FBI investigation of the face sap the Reds fell to the cubs five two in Chicago this afternoon as a lose two or three during their visit to Chicago they return home for a big four game series against the cardinals beginning tomorrow night.

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Ohio Senate passes bill to save state's two nuclear power plants

Gary Jeff Walker

00:33 sec | 1 year ago

Ohio Senate passes bill to save state's two nuclear power plants

"The Ohio Senate also passing house bill six this evening it would result in an eighty five cents per month be on customers electric bill statewide keep two nuclear power plants in northern Ohio running supporters say will save jobs but opponents saw it will eventually kill the state's renewable energy mandate in the next ten years the build will now go it will go to the governor's desk but before that it must go back to the house who has adjourned until August first when they return they are most likely to take it up with a passage that it goes to Mike to want

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Ohio Senate discussed on Lance McAlister

Lance McAlister

00:16 sec | 1 year ago

Ohio Senate discussed on Lance McAlister

"The Ohio Senate also this evening pass house bill six agreed subsidies that would mean higher electric bills for state customers to keep two nuclear power plants in the northern part of the state operational the bill would go to the governor's desk months that once the house votes to concur the bill that was just passed in the

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Ohio heartbeat abortion ban heads to governor, who plans to sign it

Eddie and Rocky

00:23 sec | 2 years ago

Ohio heartbeat abortion ban heads to governor, who plans to sign it

"Com. A Bill banning abortions in Ohio wants a fetal heartbeat is detected is headed to the Republican governor Mike dewine who has said he plans to sign it opponents. Val to sue the Bill cleared its final hurdle win. Wednesday. When the Ohio Senate agreed to house changes eighteen to thirteen the house had approved the measure fifty six to thirty nine earlier

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"ohio senate" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

01:32 min | 2 years ago

"ohio senate" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"To make it out. Okay. But their home is a total loss. After a fire broke out this morning. Crews called out to a home on lantern ridge drive around eight AM found the house completely engulfed in flames. No word yet on a cause the Ohio Senate wants to raise the gas tax by six cents a gallon. The houses plan is to bring it up by more than ten cents. But Ohio governor Mike dewine is still calling for his original proposal of eighteen cents per. Gallon to cover a big hole coming up in dots budget. I would be remiss my obligation to people will hire. If I did not point out that there is not one of these that there will be the money to do under either the version of the house or either the version of the Sam if a compromise Bill is not passed and signed by the governor by April. The I o dot will need a temporary funding arrangement. Meanwhile, the state of Ohio is cutting funding for Planned Parenthood, Ohio department of health says that it's ending grants and contracts that send money to Planned Parenthood after a defined federal appeals court upheld state antiabortion law that blocks public money or the group the department notified recipients and contractors Thursday that it will end that funding within a month to comply with the law, unless the court delays the effects of its ruling as Planned Parenthood requested the department says that the law requires it to ensure state and certain federal funds aren't used to perform or promote non therapeutic abortions. The law targeted funding that Planned Parenthood receives through the department of health that money is mostly from the federal government,.

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"ohio senate" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

02:17 min | 2 years ago

"ohio senate" Discussed on WTVN

"TBN. The Ohio Senate has approved a new version of the heartbeat Bill which bans abortions in the state. After a fetal heartbeat is detected. The movements sends the measure to the Ohio house observers say it's most likely to be made into law. This time around with new governor, Mike dewine indicating he would sign it. If it comes across his desk graduation requirements for high school seniors could soon be changing thanks to a vote Wednesday by the Ohio board of education. ABC six is luanne story at talked to advocates who want the state to be less reliant on standardize. Is testing to determine achievement. Ohio excels students should walk across the stage for their seep skin confident. They're prepared for life after high school. They say up students who entered a public university Ohio twenty-seven percent of them needed. Remediation? What is it that? We want our kids to know and be able to do how do we measure that? But more importantly, how do we provide the supports the interventions in the resources so that they can perform at levels that are going to prepare them for success. Others say the proper path for student success after high school may not necessarily be going to college. The state superintendent originally made the recommendations which could be taken up by the state general assembly in Jim back nations happening at the Franklin county jail after an inmate that works in the kitchen of the facility tested positive for hepatitis a person's been isolated in jail staff at the Jackson pike facility received confirmation of the case Monday sheriff's offices, vaccinations were offered to all inmates and staff that were potentially exposed through contact with the positive worker. Former texas. Congressman Beto award running for president in two thousand twenty the forty six year old democrat in Texas native made the announcement through video messages hometown of El Paso, Nate silver with fivethirtyeight says the odds makers have been ready for Beddoes announcement. It's not a big surprise. But it is significant in the sense that if you go to betting markets if you actually want to be under the democratic nominee will be than he is one of the four top contenders. Along with Joe, Biden, Bernie Sanders and Kamala Harris Rourke heads to Iowa today for three days swing to introduce himself voters and to try to stand out in the crowded field of more than a dozen democratic candidates statehouse. Lawmakers want more oversight of jobs, Ohio house speaker Larry householder calls to transparency problem in that. He does not know how the entity founded by former governor John casick is doing the state auditor. And the attorney general are also saying there's a lack of oversight of jobs, Ohio. There is a ground swell.

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"ohio senate" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

KLIF 570 AM

02:17 min | 2 years ago

"ohio senate" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

"Happening in your world. L and information five seventy AM in ninety six point three. Glenn returns on Monday. Speaking of abortion, as we as we were with Louis CK here a minute ago in Ohio. They did something fairly interesting a Bill banning abortion after a fetal heartbeat can be detected passed the Ohio Senate eighteenth thirteen now the previous month. The Ohio house also voted in favor of the Bill, but the Senate made some changes, so it's got to go through the house. Again, the change. They made was they removed a mandate for trans vaginal ultrasounds, which can detect a heartbeat as early as six weeks six weeks. And instead they they're just doing the abdominal ultrasound. That's one of the big talking points from the left on this on these bills. So intrusive, too intrusive. You can't force women to have that ultra sound and. I think a lot of women say, yeah, I don't really want to be forced to do that. So removing that politically as a smart move for sure. Get it's it's interesting pass. It would save a lot of lives step in the right direction. Right. So you usually the ultrasound. I mean in Texas, it was something like ninety five percent of women who were shown the ultrasound. Chose not to have the abortion. It was. It was an amazing overwhelming. Amount of women who decided not to have the abortion after being shown the ultrasound because you see, well, there's my baby, and it changes things in your mind a little bit. It'd be it goes beyond just a clump of cells, not some tissue. You know? So just the alter sound. I think is is amazing. I think they should put a chalk drawing of the fetus on a chalkboard. And you have to actually physically erase it before you go to divorce proceeding. Can we introduce that as legislation you probably could get the bigger racer to erase it. Because I mean, look, I think that is there's no reason why you can't look at it a a an ultrasound of of the baby before.

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"ohio senate" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX

News Radio 1190 KEX

02:09 min | 2 years ago

"ohio senate" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX

"Glenn? Returns on Monday. Speaking of abortion, as we as we were with Louis C K here a minute ago in Ohio. They did something fairly interesting a Bill banning abortion after a fetal heartbeat can be detected passed the Ohio Senate eighteenth thirteen now the previous month, the Ohio house also voted in favor of the Bill, but the Senate made some changes, so it's got to go through the house. Again, the change. They made was they removed a mandate for transactional ultrasounds, which can detect a heartbeat as early as six weeks six weeks. And instead, they do they're just doing the abdominal ultrasound. That's one of the big talking points from the left on this on these bills who intrusive, intrusive. You can't force women to have that ultra sound and. A lot of women say, yeah, I don't really want to be forced to do that. So removing that politically as a smart move for sure. You know, it's it's interesting pass. It would save a lot of lives step in the right direction. Right. So you alter sound I mean in Texas. It was something like ninety five percent of women who were showing the ultrasound. Chose not to have the abortion. It was. It was an amazing overwhelming. Amount of women who decided not to have the abortion after being shown or sound because you see, well, there's my baby, and it changes things in your mind a little bit, and it goes beyond just a clump of cells that some tissue. So just the ultrasound. I think is is amazing. I think they should put a chalk drawing of the fetus on a chalkboard. And you have to actually physically erase it before you go into the abortion preceding. Can we introduce that as legislation you probably could get the bigger racer erase it because I mean, look, I think that is there's no reason why you can't look at a an ultrasound of of the baby before this happens. It's doesn't want that to happen though. Because they don't want to say, no, it changes.

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"ohio senate" Discussed on KTOK

KTOK

02:09 min | 2 years ago

"ohio senate" Discussed on KTOK

"Glenn returns on Monday. Speaking of abortion, as we as we were with Louis C K here a minute ago in Ohio. They did something fairly interesting a Bill banning abortion after a fetal heartbeat can be detected passed the Ohio Senate eighteen thirteen now the previous month. The Ohio house also voted in favor of the Bill, but the Senate made some changes, so it's got to go through the house. Again, the change. They made was removed a mandate for transactional ultrasounds, which can detect a heartbeat as early as six weeks six weeks. And instead they they're just doing the abdominal ultrasound. That's one of the big talking points from the left on this on these bills too intrusive. Chew intrusive. You can't force women to have that ultra sound and. A lot of women say, yeah, I don't really want to be forced to do that. So removing that politically as a smart move for sure. You know, it's it's interesting. Save a lot of lives step in the right direction. Right. So you the ultrasound? I mean in Texas, it was something like ninety five percent of women who were shown the ultrasound. Chose not to have the abortion. It was. It was an amazing overwhelming. Amount of women who decided not to have the abortion after being shown the ultrasound because you see, well, there's my baby, and it changes things in your mind a little bit it goes beyond. It's just a clump of cells, not some tissue. You know? So just the ultrasound. I think is is amazing. I think they should put a chalk drawing of the fetus on a chalkboard. And you have to actually physically erase it before you go to divorce proceeding. Can we introduce that as legislation you probably could get the bigger racer? You have to erase it. Because I mean, look, I think that is there's no reason why you can't look at it a an ultrasound of of the baby before this happens. It's it doesn't want that to happen though. Because they don't want to say, no, it.

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Ohio Senate Passes Anti-Abortion 'Heartbeat Bill', protests erupt

Investor's Edge

00:27 sec | 2 years ago

Ohio Senate Passes Anti-Abortion 'Heartbeat Bill', protests erupt

"Protests erupted the statehouse in Columbus. Ohio is a controversial measure limiting abortions passed state Senate. Protesters shutting down lawmakers as the so-called heartbeat. Bill passed the Senate yesterday eighteen to thirteen at now goes back to the house in the state of Ohio today, it would ban abortion after the first heartbeat is detected which can be as early as six weeks into pregnancy.

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Ohio Senate Passes Anti-Abortion 'Heartbeat Bill', protests erupt

Investor's Edge

00:27 sec | 2 years ago

Ohio Senate Passes Anti-Abortion 'Heartbeat Bill', protests erupt

"Protests erupted the statehouse in Columbus. Ohio is a controversial measure limiting abortions passed state Senate. Protesters shutting down lawmakers as the so-called heartbeat. Bill passed the Senate yesterday eighteen to thirteen at now goes back to the house in the state of Ohio today, it would ban abortion after the first heartbeat is detected which can be as early as six weeks into pregnancy.

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"ohio senate" Discussed on The Non-Prophets

The Non-Prophets

04:40 min | 2 years ago

"ohio senate" Discussed on The Non-Prophets

"The taxes are too high. The we need it to be murdering abortions to a murder all the abortions. It's too much our business it needs to be in her business. Yeah. So right. You should be clear. It hasn't passed the house yet. Good, right. It was proposed proposing March it's a waiting consideration in the health committee. But it's homing there. It's only the latest in a series of bills passed to limit or and or terminate abortion in Ohio these so-called quote heartbeat. Bill criminalize. Yeah. Would criminalize performing abortions. At the point a fetal heartbeat is detected. It was passed that Bill. The heartbeat. Bill was passed on November fifteenth of this year. Yeah. It it's it's helpful to point out that at the point at which we can now with modern technology detect a fetal heartbeat. Most people don't know they're pregnant at that point. Yeah. So you you'd have to go and get a preemptive abortion. Just every every other week just yet. But the hardest so caught up in our culture with oh feels. You know, look, you know, it's. How do you deal with conservatives than who don't have a heart? Well. You never have a heart. Are you suggesting that it would be legal to abort? Don't don't don't don't know. You're not falling share verbally. Sometimes you gotta treat yourself. You know, you get your hair done and get your nails done. You know, you get an abortion. Yeah. I mean, we got an abortion last week. It was fantastic. I understand why they think this is a problem just willy nilly getting abortions. I hadn't clear your right to abortions earlier this week every much fun. You know, why you spoil yourself? I know I really wish we had Meghan on the show right now. Yes. Four talking about abortion completely related to this topic. Yeah. You know that the ACA celebrating thanksgiving tomorrow. Well came out field. Really that Selvi more in just a second. After I finish this harbor. We going to be celebrating. Yeah. We end which is important. Because though that that Bill passed I believe just the house on the fifteenth of November. It's I I think about to be passed by the Ohio Senate. I haven't looked at the I'll be honest. I did not look at the docket of the Ohio Senate for this Bill. However, go the governor of Ohio has threatened to veto the Bill. Yeah. Jal ham rotten, call your legislature's express your opinion on this. If you live in Ohio. You and you have a phone and you have two minutes of time. Call them from the toilet. It's what's desert if this get passed. It's like every woman and every doctor in Ohio should just leave. Yeah. That's crazy. Yeah. But think of the corn? So it it if the governor vetoes it would take a three fifths majority in the house and Senate to override the governor's veto at which point that makes it really hard. So call your governor, Paul your logo legislature. Set something, you know, on fire metaphorically, do not literally set any fires arson is a crime and on that note. Hey, Harry, you have it in nouncement about for tomorrow. Completely unrelated. Yeah. Absolutely. We're going to be celebrating thanksgiving. We're going to have shootings. Here at the CA. And it's going to be amazing. There's no uncle Todd to argue with you about the caravan. There's no, you know, I it's going to be nice. We went and got some amazing food, and we can't wait for people to come down. We're gonna eat together. We're going to have a good time. And I absolutely love it. And you know, it actually reminds me guess we're talking about phone numbers. Did you know that a few years ago? There was an there is a crisis. The there are a bunch of turkeys that were sent out that had he coli. And so there was a hotline remember that and the E coli hotline accidentally sent out a phone number which is not the governor's office, by the way, it's seven eight five two seven three zero three to five do not call that number though, because that's the westboro Baptist church. You really don't.

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No Powerball winners, jackpot grows to over a billion dollars!

For The Defense with Attorney Brad Koffel

04:25 min | 2 years ago

No Powerball winners, jackpot grows to over a billion dollars!

"Synthesize basically any drug and claims it produces sixteen tons of illicit chemicals each month almost twenty nine thousand Americans died from overdoses linked to synthetic opioids last year, namely synthetic Fenton. All officials say Fenton all is most widely used because of its potency house. Bill four thirty-three provides licensed veterinarians the opportunity to receive up to two continuing education credits. Every two years all four performing for East Bay in neutering services. State Representative Bob cops says the house passage of the Bill not only allows veterinarians to meet their continuing education credits. But it also helps control pet overpopulation issues incentive to veterinarians to provide some spay and neutering services without charge all to help take at least a small bite out of the animal overpopulation problem many communities face the bail is now awaiting consideration by the Ohio Senate and lottery fever continues to break out across the country with no jackpot winner in the Powerball drawing. There is now more than two billion dollars up for grabs this week between the Powerball mega millions lotteries. Even though nobody one big last night. You still might want to check. Your tickets because there were some million and two million dollar winners. But now, of course, everyone's just talking about the big money that Powerball jackpot rolls over. It is up to six hundred and twenty million dollars for Wednesday night strying Matt's ABC's Marci Gonzales for your ABC, six first warning weather forecast, cloudy skies for most of the day with a high of forty seven. I'm Allison Wyatt. More news at the bottom of the hour and on demand at six ten WTVN dot com.

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"ohio senate" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

04:19 min | 3 years ago

"ohio senate" Discussed on WTVN

"From ABC news I'm Linda Lopez President Trump is expected to announce billions of dollars in aid to be sent to farmers who are hurt by the trade tariffs the president put in place against China ABC's Terry Moran has the latest reaction and the places most affected. By the tariffs the hardest hit places include several, states, Trump, won Texas, Alabama, South, Carolina Michigan Wisconsin and Pennsylvania where Richard Schlosberg gross soybean says he's watched prices plunged since the president. Announced his tariffs I understand why he's trying, to do it but it's affecting farmers. In negative way but after acknowledging, the trade ward the president authorized at twelve billion dollar emergency aid package to bail out. The nation's farmers some Republicans are already opposing that. Plan Senator rand Paul calling it. Welfare for farmers the twelve billion payouts set to begin in September right before the midterm elections What's being done to protect athletes in the wake of the Larry Nassar sexual abuse scandal Michigan State University and Olympic officials appeared before Senate committee today the US Olympic Committee, is acting CEO, Susan Lyons was, challenged by. Senator Blumenthal we. Are actively engaged in everything we can do to help keep athletes safe except being part of the legal process that will impose any sort of court orders the USOC recently tried to remove it self as a defendant in lawsuits filed by some of. The gymnasts arguing Nassar didn't work for the USOC, directly, and, Nassar's crimes, weren't, foreseeable, I think that the courts will have to determine if we have legal liability we certainly have social. And ethical liability Meghan Hughes ABC news Capitol, Hill Ivanka Trump is shutting down her. Fashion business in a statement the, president's daughter says she doesn't know when or if he'll return to the Trump brand Senate. Republicans say there's no way to allow Democrats to. Delays supreme court nominee Brett Kavanagh's. Confirmation vote until after the midterms Senate majority leader Mitch McConnell saying he's encouraged Some Democrats are now taking, meetings with cavenaugh, you're listening to, ABC news NewsRadio six ten WTVN I'm. Scott Jennings Ohio State football coach urban Meyer telling sixteen WTVN Matt McCoy the, white receivers, will be. Just fine with. A change in the position coach Terry -tarian Johnny Dixon our. Elite leaders you got k. j. hill. And Austin MAC or right there so we we are in CJ Saunders so we have a bunch of guys, in the gold which means you're very mature on and off the field and I'm not worried one bit about how those guys will perform Myra. Big ten media days in Chicago a day after Zach Smith was fired amid domestic violence allegations Smith at Bill Mayer stamps came to Ohio State in two thousand twelve, as for his replacement Myer says that announcement could come later this week. The Ohio, house has passed the Bill that overhauls regulations to the states payday lenders it's. Sex strict, camps on the interest that can be charged for those loans supporters say. It helps consumers from being bogged down with the death. From that interest but detractors are you'll put those lenders out. Of business the house vote today proves changes. Made by the Ohio Senate on the measure mortgage delinquency rates across ohio or declining according to core lodge chief economist mark no theft rapes rates are a bit higher than the nation as a whole but also show a downward trend on a year over year basis for the state of ohio that thirty days or more delinquency rate was four point seven percent down from five point eight percent a year ago and they're serious delinquency rate declined to two point one percent according to know theft it's mostly job growth in home price appreciation that led to the decline in delinquency and foreclosure rates the butter sculpture this year's ohio state fair pays tribute to a christmas story with the iconic film shot in cleveland and released thirty five years ago alex balls helped put the display together it was a pleasure to work on i found myself laughing sometimes just just thinking about it as i was working you display includes flick with his tongue stuck to the flag pole ralphie's brother randy bundled up so tidy can't put his arms down and it wouldn't be complete without a leg lamp what is that it's a major award Dan Is a, lamb But it's a major award I want it display is in the dairy products building at the state fair which opens tomorrow LeBron James may, have left Cleveland but Kevin love is not the center, for the Cavaliers signing a new four-year deal today with the team that's worth an estimated one.

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"ohio senate" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

02:30 min | 3 years ago

"ohio senate" Discussed on WTVN

"Supporters say it helps consumers from, being bogged down, the debt from that interest but detractors, are you would put, those lenders out of business also. Today, approved changes made by the Ohio Senate on the measure an, interesting change of tune from President Trump when it comes to Russian election meddling the president suggests it could impact zone political future, President, Trump writes on Twitter that he, is quote very concerned that Russia will try to interfere in the upcoming election the president writes quote based on, the fact that no. President has been, tougher on Russia than me they will be pushing very. Hard for the Democrats they definitely don't. Want Trump Mr. Trump said last week that he did not, think Russia was still targeting the US President Putin in Helsinki Last week said he did want Mr. Trump to win in two thousand sixteen because he. Spoke on the campaign trail about improving US Russia relations Karen Travers ABC news the White House Trump's clothing. Brand is shutting down in a statement today the president's daughter, says she does not know when or if she'll ever return to the. Business but, she's focusing her work on the foreseeable future in Washington now speaker Paul Ryan criticizing. The president's, decision to impose tariffs on goods imported to the US saying they're. Simply taxes I understand the president's plan I understand what he's. Trying, to do and and the goal he's trying to achieve is. A good one a better deal for Americans better trade agreements I just don't think tariffs are the way to go and our members. Are making that pretty clear this as the White, House prepares to send twelve billion dollars in emergency aid to farmers. Suffering from the, effects, of the tariffs imposed in retaliation General Motors set to become the first major, automaker to enter into peer to peer car-sharing soy. For owners and eligible lessees to earn money by renting their personal Chevy Buick GMC or Cadillac the car sharing program will utilize the maven Urban mobility service platform, the butter sculpture Fisher is Ohio State pays. Tribute to a Christmas story with the iconic film shot in Cleveland and release thirty five years ago Alex balls helped put this year's display together it was a pleasure to work on I, found myself laughing sometimes just just thinking about it as. I was working the display includes flick with his tongue stuck to the flagpole ralphie's brother Randy bundled up so tidy can't put his arms down and it wouldn't be complete without a leg. Lamp what is that it's a major award I wanna know Dan Lampien major award I want me displays in the dairy products building at the state fair which. Opens tomorrow ABC, six, I warning weather. Skies frightening this afternoon showers will develop again though the high eighty three fog and muggy tonight rain ends early the low sixty eight fewer showers tomorrow..

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"ohio senate" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

02:09 min | 3 years ago

"ohio senate" Discussed on WTVN

"Of robbing a player serious store state highway patrol says the suspects were arrested yesterday after the crash their car of gemini place the perez apparently trying to get away after a hold up at the home store where they crashed lightning gets the blame for a house fire in grove city firefighters were called to the home after neighbors reported a bomb like sound next door blaze damage to homes attic and roof no injuries were reported a bill that would legalize use fireworks in ohio remained stalled in the ohio senate house bill twenty six would permit residents shoot off commercial grade fireworks but allows local governments to restrict or ban their use ohio's could currently by fireworks in the state but have to take him out of the state within forty eight hours and political satires alive and well in central ohio after the annual duda parade hundreds brave the sweltering heat yesterday to march and watch the parade along high street in the short north marchers lampoon state and federal government leaders with president trump getting most of the attention five oh eight now on newsradio six ten wtvn focus on the white house president trump hail the us military in his independence day address to the nation via twitter we are in our of their courage and we are eternally in their debt together we honor their noble sacrifice by pledging our love and loyalty to our country our flag and our fellow citizens be later hosted a picnic for military families talking up his plans for a sixth branch she very well may soon have the space force you've been hearing about that everyone's very excited about that with the president nearing a decision on a supreme court nominee a number of senators are trying to influence that decision republican senators rand paul and tom cotton have spoken with the president saying they would rather he not picked you see appeals judge brad kavanagh questioning his views on collecting private information on americans and his ruling that obamacare is not unconstitutional the president says he'll announce his pick monday andy field abc news washington richard cantu abc news still ahead on news first at five doug buchanan columbus misses i with a look at.

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"ohio senate" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

01:58 min | 3 years ago

"ohio senate" Discussed on KQED Radio

"To figure out how to we had a weariness in justin thanks very much thank you it's just in fenton of the baltimore sun he's covering closing arguments today in a corruption trial involving baltimore police democrats are having no problem recruiting candidates to run for office anger at president trump is high among the base and trump has historically low approval ratings for first year president on the flip side republicans are struggling to recruit top candidates to take on incumbent democrats and this is happening even in states that trump carried yours npr's don ganja ohio is one of those trump states with a big senate race this year the president captured it easily in 2016 and this week he was back in cincinnati promoting the new tax cuts i love the state of ohio what great memories the president also gave a shout out just congressman jim rene see who is running for senate gm get in there and fight yet in there and fight we need you we need you rob rene c is not yet the nominee the primaries in may he is the front runner and if he gets the nomination it's something no one would have predicted even a month ago until january rene seat wasn't even running for senate he was a candidate for governor running early tv spots for that office moulded reserve a change in ohio i'm jim releasing i'm a businessman that akhad the one solid gop land for the ohio senate race hit snag after snag congressman pat t berry was expected to get in he decided not to ride un state treasury josh mandel once the front runner dropped out suddenly a month ago citing health issues his wife is dealing with jd vance the author of the best seller hillbilly elegy considered getting in heat two decided no that's one rene see abruptly switched his campaign from governor to the senate he talked about it on fox news.

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"ohio senate" Discussed on The Majority Report with Sam Seder

The Majority Report with Sam Seder

02:25 min | 3 years ago

"ohio senate" Discussed on The Majority Report with Sam Seder

"The ohio senate passes a fetal tissue burial bill and sad chris christie now an an vip all that and more on today's program ladies and gentleman pathetic chris uh yeah i want to say that story for when judy gets here because i know she's uh she's not gonna unsalaried is who she is going to be very very happy about that story just a reminder this show relies on you on folks just like you for its continued existence by becoming a member of the majority report you support the free show and we say thank you by giving you extra content daily join the majority report dot com we are anticipating a special guest at the end of today's show approximately thirty um look i i will give you a hints i will give you a hint now sometimes these things fall apart there's been times in the past where we anticipated this person calling in and they did not call in uh and likely don't mention anything about it but i'll give you a little hint uh this person is works in the us senate there is a hint for a joke their annual like oh it's not barack obama what must up but why would barack obama show up at why would the barack obama voice i see which saint louis and it's easy to ignore it's my other hunting to answer the manner if if if i got a call from barack obama's people said brock wants to colin i'd be like okay but i wouldn't be that site about fair now i'm more psyched about this guy caught ivy league there is a much more interesting version abroad upon that appears regularly on the show bright yeah i mean why don't eat it if we could set up a dialogue between nation of islam barack obama and barack obama that would be really interesting konta also want wanna welcome in studio are one of our longest time listeners nicole is here and she is uh been responsible anything graphically that has looked.

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"ohio senate" Discussed on WTMJ 620

WTMJ 620

02:25 min | 3 years ago

"ohio senate" Discussed on WTMJ 620

"A joe dot com you can follow me on twitter jimbotalks said there will be talking zeid a bit about a one year retrospective in view the fact that the saturday will mark one year of the trump administration will talk about that and bit some related issues with our repeat guest capri caffaro the former ohio senate democratic leader and executive and residents at american university school of public affairs in the nation's capital and the good to have you back on that tonight capri thank you asked holy my pleasure thanks had me back absolutely uh let's start i guess with with where we stand as we speak live of the house has voted to kick the can down the road regarding a government shutdown of the senate day has yet to act on that would you expect that the that both sides will do as they usually do on the subject well hotel uh unfortunately um because you know the choices we have our batted worse we've been having continuing resolution uh the uh technical term for can down the road in congress uh you have repeatedly over the last uh eight or nine years and so it really is a reflection of um congress democrat and republican along with um uh you know both chambers uh their inability to actually a home government so uh right now with either nobody to the conclusion of giving a continuing resolution or the government shut down uh speaker paul ryan actually earlier today a conference that you know that the stakes craxi even a little bit higher um in context this time around because it could trigger uh the sequester rules meeting essentially there be on i then occur if they can't would deal as you said of the house have uh getting resolution but now it's an a senate uh what deavere currently debating this as we speak um it's my understanding on but brief low of one of the last reports that i saw that the democrats in the senate are trying to essentially blocking as uh from kind of thing the senate seething uh for a number of reasons that are that we can get into but that's getting now but let's be have about twenty five hours left before the government closes at the yes vote but we speak the.

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"ohio senate" Discussed on WLOB

WLOB

02:05 min | 3 years ago

"ohio senate" Discussed on WLOB

"The fact that the saturday will mark one year of the trump administration will talk about that in some related issues with their repeat guest capri kaparo the former ohio senate democratic leader and executive and residence at american university school of public affairs in the nation's capital and the good to have you back on nut tonight uh capri thank you thanks for having me back absolutely uh let's start i guess with the with where we stand as we speak live the house has voted to kick the can down the road regarding a government shutdown and the senate there has yet to act that would you expect that uh that both sides will do as they usually do on the subject well let hotel i unfortunately every year between ever battered work we've been having containing revolution the on technical term for the can down the road in congress uh you know repeatedly over the last eight or nine years and so it really is a reflection of um congress democrat and republican along with um uh you know both chambers uh their inability to actually govern so uh right now with either nobody he to the conclusion of getting a continuing resolution or the government shut down i'm eager paul ryan actually at earlier today a conference that you know that the stakes are actually even a little bit higher um in context this time around because it could trigger uh the sequester rules meaning essentially the be on i heard that occur if they can't come would deal as you said the house passed a resolution but now it's a set of blood deavere currently did anything this as we speak um it is my understanding um at least malloy at one of the last reports that i saw that the democrats in the phone it are trying to officially block as uh from passing the senate seething um for a number of reasons that are that we can.

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