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WBZ NewsRadio 1030

03:19 min | 6 months ago

"pamela owens" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"C news. Things not as peaceful to the West Coast in Portland, Oregon, where hundreds gathered for black lives matter, rallies and marches They've been held for the past 100 days following the death of George Floyd in Minneapolis. During one of the latest marches, Portland police declaring a riot after Molotov cocktails were thrown, sparking a large fire by sunset. Protesters have gathered in a park where they placed wooden shields in the grass. To use for protection. New York State Attorney General Letitia James appointing a grand jury to investigate the death of a naked black man in Rochester in March. Protests began last week after a video of Daniel proved being arrested, having a spit hood placed on his head. And then eventually dying in the custody of police. Seven officers have been suspended. There was a demonstration held yesterday in front of City Hall, demanding the officers be fired and tried. We would definitely protest until some changes. I would definitely be out here I've been on for 15 weeks not will continue to be out here marching for black light matter. And that was Pamela Owens, who was a black lives matter. Organizer in Rochester. We're also hearing from Jacob Blake, the Wisconsin man seen on video being shot in the back by a police officer in Kenosha. Blake shot seven times, leaving him paralyzed from the waist down. He spoke from his hospital bed about his ordeal with Charmaine. Mike Laster, a pastor, with our lives matter, why was every 24 hours is paying is not the pain. It hurts to breathe her sleep move from side to side Lakes shooting, sparking days of sometimes violent protests. Both President Trump and Democratic nominee Joe Biden traveled to Kenosha last week the president met with authorities delivering a message of law and order did not speak with Blake's family. Biden held a community meeting met with Blake's family and spoke with Blake. By phone. As protests continue in cities across the country, President Trump ordering the federal government to stop anti racism training, calling the sessions anti American propaganda. The Office of Management and Budget sent a letter to executive branch agencies Friday, telling them to identify spending on any training involving white privilege. Or any material, suggesting that the United States or any ethnicity is inherently racist or evil. This after the president said in Kenosha last week that he doesn't believe police violence is a systemic issue. In a city where protests have raged over the police shooting of a black man seven times in the back. Global protests have been raging all summer. Over civil rights of the police killings of black people. Allison Keys, CBS News for the first time in months, shoppers seeing lower prices on supermarket shelves. Baby sees Deidre Bolton reports The price drops come as millions have lost their federal extended unemployment benefits in March, April and May. Sales were up on average by 32% by volume across the U. S. A key factor people getting those stimulus checks. The federal government ended the extra $600 weekly unemployment payments in July. The grocery chains anticipating a drop in demands independent grocers, Kelvin Rodriguez. People aren't spending as much as.

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"pamela owens" Discussed on 10 10 WINS

10 10 WINS

03:02 min | 6 months ago

"pamela owens" Discussed on 10 10 WINS

"The area. Here's what you need to know about the bridges and the tunnels that George Lincoln How tunnel All nice and quiet, the Throgs Neck Bridge. You want to avoid construction, slowing you down in both directions. Take the White stone Instead. I'm Rebecca Missouri's next report for 11 on 10. 10 Wins wins News Time for 02 More unrest last night in Rochester video protesters right facing off in another rally, calling for justice for Daniel Prude He is the 41 year old black man who was suffocated after police put a hood over his head while he was suffering a mental health episode in the video. Some protesters can be seen throwing bottles at police. Others used umbrellas to shield themselves from pepper balls. Cop shot into the crowd after they were told to leave. Pamela Owens is a black lives matter organizer in Rochester and promises those rallies are going to keep going until there is justice. We would definitely protest until some changes. I would definitely be out here I've been on for 15 weeks now will continue to be out here marching for black light matter. The Rochester Police Department estimates about 1500 people marched on City Hall last night earlier in the day. State Attorney General Tish James said she is impaneling a grand jury to investigate what happened to prove he died back in March. But video of his encounter with police didn't surface until last week when his pant with it when his family put it online. It went viral right after they posted it. His erratic behavior led prudes brother to call 911 mental advocates say the episode demonstrates how police are ill equipped to deal with people suffering from emotional problems. City Councilman Richie Tourist spoke with 10 10 wins about that tweet. Many are calling homophobic, where Ed Mullins, the head of the City Sergeants Benevolent Association, called the openly gay councilman, a quote. First class whore. Here is our Samantha Liebman on Friday. Councilmember Richie Toure is called for an investigation into whether there was an NYPD slowdown. And if there was a correlation to the spike in shootings this summer soon after a tweet from the NYPD s B a calling tour is a first class whore and lying Richie to read the tweets of The FDA. You would think Donald Trump himself for running the FDA. Twitter Orto tourist says the espa has become nothing more than a hate group, citing a queue and on mug visible on President Ed Mullins is office when giving an interview to Fox News, the group traffics and hate Fuelled conspiracies lies ahead. The Sergeant Benevolent Association, embracing an openly anti Semitic. Why ahead the Sergeant Benevolent Association in beating the privacy of the mayor's shorter. Why is head of the Sergeant Benevolent Association, referring to Health Commissioner and the D word right? This is unacceptable behavior. Samantha Lippman 10 10 wins News and 10 10 wins reached out to the Espa and NYPD for comment. Quick check Now the 10 10 wins Acura the forecast. It is mostly clear and comfortable outside your window, right this Moment alone. 63 in midtown fifties and most outlying areas later on today pleasant with son.

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"pamela owens" Discussed on 10 10 WINS

10 10 WINS

05:45 min | 6 months ago

"pamela owens" Discussed on 10 10 WINS

"Ways. Stick to the Whitestone Instead. I'm Rebecca Missouri's Our next report. 3 11 on 10 10 wins. Wins news time. The Rio too. More unrest Last night in Rochester. Video posted on Twitter shows protesters and riot police facing off in yet another rally calling for justice for Daniel Prude. He is the 41 year old black man who suffocated after police put a hood over his head while he was experiencing a mental health episode in the video. Some protesters can be seen throwing bottles at police. Others used umbrellas to shield themselves from pepper spray balls Cop shot into the crowd after they were told to leave. Pamela Owens is a black lives matter organizer in Rochester and promises that those rallies will continue until there is justice. We would definitely protest until some changes. I would definitely be out here I've been on for 15 weeks now will continue to be out here marching for black light matter. The Rochester Police Department estimates about 1500 people March Sun City Hall last night. Earlier yesterday, state Attorney General Tish James said she is impaneling a grand jury to investigate what happened to prove. He died back in March. But video of his encounter with police did not surface until just last week, when his family got the video through a foil for Christ a freedom of information request. And my viral after they posted it online. His erratic behavior led to prove Uproots brother calling 911 and mental health advocates now say that also demonstrates how police are ill equipped to deal with people suffering emotional problems. City Councilman Ritchie Torres spoke to 10 10 wins about that tweet too many are calling homophobic, where Ed Mullins, the head of the City Sergeant Benevolent Association, called the openly gay councilman quote. Ah, first class war. Here's how Samantha Liebman tweet Friday read in part. This is what a first class whore looks like. Remember, Little Richie meet lying. Richie Tourist, says S B a president, Ed melons. Behavior is juvenile. There's nothing benevolent. About the search Benevolent Association, which has become a hate group in disguise. It was in response to tourism push for an independent investigation into whether the spiking gun violence this summer is linked to a possible police. Slow down, he says. It's a fair question instead of responding with arguments Search Benevolent association descended to the level of personal insults. While many other elected leaders have condemned the suite, it remains on Twitter. Samantha Leap in 10 10 wins news And 10 10 wins has reached out to the Espa and NYPD for comment. Right now. We're at 68 degrees under clear skies in New York humidity. 63% mens are variable at six. Gusting to 16 repeating that current temperature 68. We're going down to 63 in midtown. Well, New York now being urged to take the federal government to court this afterward, Washington plans to yank FEMA pandemic funding from programs that paid tohave schools and the subways disinfected. Brooklyn Borough President Eric Adams suggested this yesterday he calls it a shameless move by the Trump administration toe under Bine. New York's so far successful recovery from covert 19. Adam says the federal government should be working with the city and state to keep the pandemic which is still going on in check. We cannot allow a resurgence of the virus to make it so much progress. We must issue our city, state and federal agencies are coordinated in lockstep with each other to a bit of what has happened in the past lack of communication, lack of clarity, lack of financial support. Well. Last week, FEMA said they will no longer cover the cost of pandemic cleaning work that is not considered an emergency. It's a decision, critics say is illegal Federal law requires Washington to offer a convincing reason for such shifts and funding before they do it. Just last week, President Trump called on federal agencies to cut funding to cities and states run by Democrats, calling them quote. Anarchist jurisdictions. Was this time 306 Labor Day weekend. You already know that. It's here and Long Island. Sharks also know that they heard they're pulling up. Ah, lifeguard spotted the re of them right off the Central Mall at Jones Beach, Regional director of New York State Parks. George Foreman tells tendon wins. The Sharks were sharing a meal at the time, but thankfully, not a human one they were feeding. On a pot of bunker fish right in the Atlantic Ocean in front of the the sand, the beachfront, so our lifeguards, then clear the water. And we put the water in the surrounding fields as well. Swimmers were eventually loud back into the water after the Sharks moved on. Beaches will continue to be monitored by drone this weekend, just in case those pesky sharks inside to pop back up. Well, a Staten Island congressman is now asking the federal government to take over the 9 11 Memorial and Museum in Lower Manhattan. Max Rose still is not pleased about the museum's decision to cancel the annual tribute and light as we've been telling, you hear on 10 10 wind, it was quickly reversed. This is that decision that was rose. Says it was a slap in the face to families who lost loved ones in the attacks. The tribute in light features twin beams soaring into the sky over lower Manhattan, just like the twin towers once did, But the museum had called it off this year Overcovered 19 concerns that was reversed after governor Cuomo offered the help of health officials and former Mayor Michael Bloomberg stepped up with some financial assistance. 10 10 wins has also reached out to the 9 11 Memorial and Museum.

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"pamela owens" Discussed on 10 10 WINS

10 10 WINS

05:42 min | 6 months ago

"pamela owens" Discussed on 10 10 WINS

"Well, a video posted on Twitter shows protesters and riot police facing off and yet another rally calling for justice for Daniel proved he is the 41 year old black man who suffocated after police put a head over his hood over his head while he was experiencing a mental health episode. In that video, some protesters can be seen the rowing bottles at police. Others used umbrellas to shield themselves from pepper balls cups. Shot into the crowd after they were told to leave. Pamela Owens is a black lives matter organizer in Rochester and promises that those rallies are going to continue until there is justice. Definitely protest until some changes. I would definitely be out here I've been on for 15 weeks now will continue to be out here marching for black light matter. The Rochester Police Department estimates about a 1500 people marched on city Hall earlier in the day, the state attorney general Tish James, said she's impaneling a grand jury to investigate what happened to prove. He died back in March. But video of his encounter with police did not surface until last week, when his family obtained the video through a foil request a freedom of information. It went viral after they posted it. His erratic behavior. Lead proves brother to call 911 And mental health advocates say that episode Is an example of how police are ill equipped to deal with people suffering from emotional problems. City Councilman Richie Torah spoke with 10 10 went about that tweet. Many are calling homophobic, where Ed Mullins, the head of the city's Sergeant Benevolent Association, called the openly gay councilman, a quote. First class whore. Here's our Samantha leaping on Friday. Councilmember Richie Toure is called for an investigation into whether there was an NYPD. The slowdown and if there was a correlation to the spike in shootings this summer soon after a tweet from the NYPD, these spga calling tour is a first class whore and lying Richie to read the tweets of The FDA. You would think Donald Trump himself for running the FDA. Twitter tell tourist says the espa has become nothing more than a hate group, citing a queue and on mug visible on President Ed Mullins is office when giving an interview to Fox News, the group traffics and hate Fuelled conspiracies lies ahead. The Sergeant Benevolent Association, embracing an openly anti Semitic movement. Why Ahead Sergeant Benevolent Association in beating the privacy of the mayor's shorter. Why is head of the Sergeant Benevolent Association, referring to Health commissioner and the B word but this is unacceptable behavior. Samantha Lippman 10 10 Wins News 10 10 wins has reached out to the Espa and NYPD for comment. Right now. It is mostly clear outside your window. It's comfortable 0 63 in midtown fifties and most outlying areas later on today pleasant with son mixing with clouds high of 80. Tonight's mainly clear alot of 67 Tomorrow, it's Labor Day. Sun and a few clouds still nice high near 80 Tuesday. Mix of sun and clouds warm and it gets more humid with a high of 82 Wednesday. Ah, high of 81. Well, at least two men are dead after Mawr gun violence in the city. A 31 year old man was shot to death in Borough Park, Brooklyn, just before dawn yesterday, right near the 66th precinct. Investigators say is AIDS, and I had been sitting in a Maserati when he was gunned down. No arrests yet no arrest, either. In the Bronx, where another man was shot and killed late Friday night. 35 year old Jose Rivera was hit several times in front of his own hunts point home. There were three other shootings in the Bronx and Brooklyn, including one in Sunset Park that left a 32 year old man in critical condition. All. New York is now being urged to take the federal government to court afterward that Washington is planning to yank FEMA pandemic funding from programs that paid have schools which are about to reopen and the subways disinfected. Brooklyn Borough President Eric Adams suggested this yesterday. He calls it a shameless move by the Trump White House to undermine New York's So far successful recovery from his cove in 19 outbreak. Adams says the federal government should be working with the city and state to keep the pandemic in check, because, well, it's not over. You cannot allow a resurgence of the virus after making so much progress. We must issue our city, state and federal agencies are coordinated in lockstep with each other to a bit of what has happened in the past lack of communication, lack of clarity, lack of financial support. Last week, FEMA said they will no longer cover the cost of pandemic cleaning work that is not considered an emergency decisions. Crit, a decision critics say is a legal federal law requires Washington to offer a convincing reason for such shifts and funding before they do it. Last week, President Trump called on federal agencies to cut funding to cities and states run by Democrats, calling them quote. Anarchist jurisdictions. A certain island congressman is now asking the federal government to take over the 9 11 Memorial and Museum in Lower Manhattan. Max Rose still is not pleased about the museum's decision to cancel the annual tribute in light. As I told you here In 10 10 wins, it was quickly reversed, but Rose calls it a slap in the face to families who lost loved ones in those attacks. The tribute in light features twin beams soaring into the sky over lower Manhattan, just like the twin towers once did, But the museum had called it off this year over Cove in 19 concerns that was reversed after Governor Cuomo offered the help of Health officials and former mayor Mayor Michael Bloomberg stepped up with some cash. 10 10 wins has reached out to the 9 11 Memorial and Museum and the National Park Service for comment. When news time 208. What's this zanies? Three d Virtual. Try on pretty cool, Right?.

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"pamela owens" Discussed on 10 10 WINS

10 10 WINS

05:54 min | 6 months ago

"pamela owens" Discussed on 10 10 WINS

"Know about the bridges and the tunnels. No issues at the George or the Lincoln, The Holland Tunnel Quiet and the Throgs neck. You want to avoid both ways you've got construction causing heavy delays. Stick to the Whitestone Instead. I'm Rebecca. Misery is our next report. What 11 on 10. 10 wins wins News time 102 Sounds more unrest Last night in Rochester. A video posted on Twitter shows protesters and riot police facing off in another rally calling for justice for Daniel proved he is thief 41 year old black man who suffocated after police put a hood over his head while he was Experiencing a mental health episode. In that video, some protesters could be seen throwing bottles at police. Others used umbrellas to shield themselves from pepper balls. Cop shot into the crowd after they were told to leave. Pamela Owens is a black lives matter organizer in Rochester and promises those rallies are going to keep going until there's justice. Definitely protest until some changes. I would definitely be out here I've been on for 15 weeks now will continue to be out here marching for black lives matter. The Rochester Police Department estimates about 1500 people marched on City Hall earlier in the day, state Attorney General Tish James announced she is impaneling a grand jury to investigate what happened to prude. He died back in March of video of his encounter with police did not surface until last week, when his family got that video through a foil request Freedom of information. It went viral after they put it online. His erratic behavior. Lead proves Brother to call 911. Mental health advocates say the episode demonstrates how police are ill equipped. To deal with people suffering emotional problems. Well. City Councilman Ritchie Torres spoke with 10 10 wins about that tweet. Many are calling homophobic, where Ed Mullins, who is the head of the city's Sergeants Benevolent Association, called the openly gay councilman, a quote first class whore. Here's I, Samantha Liebman tweet Friday read in part. This is what a first class whore looks like. Remember Little Richie meet lying. Richie Tourist, says s P a president, Ed melons. Behavior is juvenile. There's nothing Benevolent about the judgment of an association, which has become a hate group in disguise. It was in response to tourism push for an independent investigation into whether the spiking gun violence this summer is linked to a possible police. Slow down, he says. It's a fair question instead of responding with arguments The search Benevolent association descended to the level of personal insults. While many other elected leaders have condemned the suite, it remains on Twitter. Samantha Leap in 10 10 wins News 10 10 wins reached out to the Espa and NYPD for comment. Right now. We are at 69 degrees under clear skies in New York. Humidity is 65% ones are variable at six. Gusting to 16 repeating that current temperature right 69 heading down to 63 in midtown. Well, at least two men are dead. After more gun violence in the city. A 31 year old man was shot to death in Borough Park, Brooklyn. Just before dawn yesterday, right near the 66th precinct. Investigators stays IEDs and I had been sitting in a Maserati when he was hit No arrests. Yet Norris either in the Bronx, where another man was shot and killed late Friday night, 35 year old Jose Rivera was hit multiple times right in front of his own home. In Hunts Point. There were three other shootings in the Bronx and Brooklyn, including one in Sunset Park. That left a 32 year old man in critical condition. Well, New York is being urged now to take the federal government to court this afterward that Washington plans to yank FEMA pandemic funds from programs that Pai tow have schools which are about to open here in the city and the subways disinfected. Brooklyn Borough President Eric Adams suggested this yesterday he calls it a shameless move by the Trump White House to undermine New York's so far Successful recovery from this cove in 19 outbreak. Adam says the federal government should be working with the city and state to keep the pandemic in check, because, well, it's not over. We cannot allow a resurgence of the virus after making so much progress. We must issue our city, state and federal agencies are coordinated in lockstep with each other to a bit of what has happened in the past lack of communication, lack of clarity, lack of financial support. Last week, FEMA said they will no longer covered cost of pandemic cleaning work that is not considered an emergency. A decision critics say is illegal Federal law requires Washington to offer a convincing reason. First such shifts in funding before they do it. Just last week, President Trump called on federal agencies to cut funding to cities and states run by Democrats, calling them quote. Anarchist jurisdictions. Well, it's Labor Day weekend, but you already knew that. But on Long Island, the Sharks are pulling up. They heard lifeguard spotted three of them right off the Central Mall at Jones Beach. Regional director of New York State Parks. George Gorman. Tell 10 10 wins, the Sharks were sharing a meal at the time, but thankfully, not a human one who they were feeding on a pot of bunker fish. Right in the Atlantic Ocean in front of the war, the sand the beachfront, So our lifeguards then cleared the water and we played the water in the surrounding fields as well. All. Eventually, swimmers were allowed back in the water after the Sharks moved on. The beaches will continue to be monitored by drone over this weekend in case those pesky sharks decide to pop back up. Into news time. Wanna wait? 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"pamela owens" Discussed on 10 10 WINS

10 10 WINS

03:29 min | 6 months ago

"pamela owens" Discussed on 10 10 WINS

"Twitter shows protesters and riot police facing off in another rally, calling for justice for Daniel Prude 41 year old black man who suffocated after police put a hood over his head while he was suffering a mental health episode on that video, some protesters could be seen throwing bottles at police. Others used umbrellas to shield themselves from pepper balls in tear gas shot into the crowd by police after they were ordered to disperse. The Rochester Police Department estimates about 1500 people took part of that march on City Hall. Pamela Owens is a black lives matter, Organizer and Rochester and promises that the rallies will continue until there is justice. Definitely protest until some changes. I would definitely be out here I've been on for 15 weeks now will continue to be out here marching for black lives matter. State Attorney General Tish James announced yesterday that she's impaneling a grand jury to investigate what happened to prove who died back in March. But video of his encounter with police didn't surface until just this week. His erratic behavior lead proves brother to dial, 911 and mental health advocates say the episode demonstrates how police are ill equipped to deal with people suffering emotional problems. Ah, firestorm over a Twitter post from a police union has boiled over the tweet describe his homophobic came from the City Sergeants Benevolent Association. It takes aim at openly gay City Councilman Ritchie Torres. The councilman has now responded This our cement the leap and report the tweet Friday read in part. This is what a first class whore looks like. Remember Little Richie meet lying. Richie Tourist, says S B a president, Ed melons. Behavior is juvenile. There's nothing Benevolent about the judgment of an association, which has become a hate group in disguise. It was in response to tourism push for an independent investigation into whether the spiking gun violence this summer is linked to a possible police. Slow down, he says. It's a fair question instead of responding with arguments The search Benevolent association descended to the level of personal insults. While many other elected leaders have condemned the suite, it remains on Twitter. Samantha Leap in 10 10 wins news Wins news time. 12 04 At least two men are dead after another round of gun violence in the city. One victim was a 31 year old man shot to death in Borough Park, Brooklyn, just before dawn Saturday, right near the 66th precinct. House. Investigators say Zaidi's and day had been sitting in a late model Maserati when he was gunned down. No arrests yet. No arrests, either. In the Bronx, where another man was fatally shot late Friday night. 35 year old Jose Rivera was hit multiple times right in front of his own home on Fail Street. In Hunts Point, there were three other shootings in the Bronx and Brooklyn, including one in Sunset Park That's left a 32 year old man in critical condition. Well, New York being urged now to take the federal government to court this afterward that Washington plans to yank FEMA pandemic funding from programs that pay for the disinfecting of city schools and subways. That suggestion came yesterday from Brooklyn Borough President Eric Adams, who calls it a shameless move by the Trump White House to undermine New York's so far successful recovery from its Corona virus outbreak. Adam says the federal government should be working with the city and state to keep the pandemic in check. We cannot allow a resurgence of the virus to make it so much fun. Quiz and we must issue out city, state and federal agencies are coordinated in lockstep with each other to bits of what has happened in the past lack of communication, lack of clarity, lack of financial support. Just last week, President Trump called on federal agencies to cut funding to cities and states run by Democrats, calling them quote anarchist.

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"pamela owens" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

01:54 min | 6 months ago

"pamela owens" Discussed on KOMO

"Breaking and dangerously hot right now California under a power emergency, with rolling blackouts possible because of all the air conditioning running on Saturday here around Ella and hit 115 degrees Sunday, could be 117 air quality is dangerous as well. People are being told just to remain indoors. It's ABC is Alex Stone in California, Jacob Leg, talking about how quickly life can change in an instant from his Hospital bed after being shot seven times in the back by Kenosha, Wisconsin police officer last month and being paralyzed from the waist down life and not only just your life Your legs sum that you need to move around. Move forward in life will be taken from you like this man. Blake talking to Charmaine Michael asked her with our lives matter. New York State's attorney general is impaneling. A grand jury to investigate. The death of Daniel proved last March in police custody in Rochester, New York, Pamela Owens is a black lives matter Organizer and Rochester. We would Definitely protest until some changes. I would definitely be out here I've been on for 15 weeks now will continue to be out here marching for black lives matter. Protestors out against Saturday demanding those officers were fired. Seven Those police officers have been suspended. This is ABC News. The I. R. S finally caught up with Louis hadn't paid my taxes in eight years. I owe the IRS a lot of money. Louis was in deep trouble. We're gonna take your house. Put a lien on your bank account. Garnish, Okay. They don't care. They're gonna take your picture. Louis found out about Optima Tax relief. The leading tax resolution firm, A plus rated by the better Business Bureau. They've resolved over a half billion dollars for their clients often attacks. They help me. They call me now. They made me feel comfortable. And I trust Lou. He has a lot to be thankful for. What are any war and maybe live a comfortable life? A better life. It was because of optimal tax for attacks help you, Khun! Trust call Optima now for a free consultation..

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"pamela owens" Discussed on Democracy Now! Audio

Democracy Now! Audio

15:26 min | 1 year ago

"pamela owens" Discussed on Democracy Now! Audio

"Elizabeth Warren who also supports Medicare for all touted her progressive track record taking on Wall Street rub their hands together when host Don Lemon noted her proposal for imposing a two percent tax on the ultra wealthy would include John Delaney Sixty Five Million Dollar Personal Fortune Warren also urged Democrats. That's not to act out of fear in the upcoming elections. We choose a candidate. We don't believe in just because we're too scared to do anything else and and we can't ask other people to vote for a candidate. We don't believe in Democrats win when we figure out what is right and we get <music> out there and fight for it South Bend Indiana Mayor Pete Buddha judge meanwhile question why Democrats were reluctant to implement major structural reforms that would reshape voting voting laws or the Supreme Court when I propose the actual structural democratic reforms of might make a difference and the Electoral College amend the Constitution Russian if necessary to clear up citizens United Have D._C.. Actually be a state and de politicized the Supreme Court with structural reform. People look at me funny as if this country country were incapable of structural reform. Does anybody really think we're going to overtake citizens United Without Constitutional Action. This is a country that wants changed its constitution so you couldn't drink her and then change it back because we change our minds and you're telling me reform democracy in our time human half to where we'll be argument twenty years from now on foreign in policy sanders and Buddha judge both called for an end to the Afghan war. Senator Sanders also called for the U._S. to work with the international community saying quote what we need is a foreign in policy that focuses on diplomacy ending conflicts by people sitting at a table not by killing each other as president of the United States. I'll go to the United Nations and not denigrated he added after headlines will host a roundtable on last night's debate. Meanwhile Detroit activists rallied ahead of last night's debate calling on presidential official candidates to visit four eight two one seven which refers to the ZIP code for South West trait a low income area. That's one of the hardest hit by fossil-fuel. You'll pollution Detroit Congress member she needed to leave joined Labor. Unions and community activists as they marched demand green new deal this is Pamela Owens more or a member of a local one which represents janitors and other service workers when.

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"pamela owens" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

Newsradio 950 WWJ

01:54 min | 2 years ago

"pamela owens" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

"Members of the service employees international union clears the way. For a walk off in, a week until I thirty forced Pamela Owens Moore is an executive board member with the union the issue is the pay we'd walk eighteen or passed the scene but they want a five year path It took me thirty one to get fifteen yeah say they not sharing that goes face the union wants a three year. Path to fifteen dollars an hour for all workers negotiations are set to, resume tomorrow pepperidge farm is voluntarily recalling four. Varieties of goldfish crackers because of, fears they could potentially have salmonella company took the action on Monday after one of its ingredients suppliers notified it that way powder used in the seasoning may be contaminated the recall covers flavor. Blasted extra cheddar flavor blasted sour cream and onion goldfish bait. With whole grain extra cheddar and goldfish mix extra cheddar and pretzel the products can be returned to the place of purchase for. A full refund the Michigan civil rights commission. Says it'll investigate discrimination complaints by LGBT residents despite an opinion from the state attorney general the commission made the decision Monday three days after state attorney. General Bill Schutte said only. The legislature or voters can expand Michigan, civil rights law to provide LGBT protects The Michigan department of. Civil rights director says the commission is an independent and constitutionally created body that isn't. Bound by shootings opinion and the. Only recourse is for the courts to decide shootings office says his opinion is binding on state agencies in part because he's the attorney for all executive departments and, agencies Jim Matthews double double j NewsRadio nine fifty the Michigan w w. J news time rather, is twelve twenty, three, plans moving forward on one hundred, forty two million dollar, project to transform the former red cedar golf course in Lansing into mixed use development the city council on Monday unanimously approving a. Purchase and development agreement for the property which borders east Lansing the project, would include at least two hundred apartments more..

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Newsradio 950 WWJ

01:35 min | 2 years ago

"pamela owens" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

"On July thirty first Pamela Owens more in is an executive board member with a union The pay we walk fifteen past fifteen but they won the five-year pair it took me thirty one to get to fifteen. Yeah say they face the union wants a three year path to fifteen dollars per. Hour for all the workers negotiations are set to resume later this morning WBZ news time five six what do bosses want in terms of employee behavior and. Attitudes here's deputy WJ. Business editor Murray Feldman Roberta it's gotten so hard to find. Workers to fill the jobs that are open today that some companies are hiring people with little or no. Experience hiring managers are looking for behavioral patterns that will fit in with their companies culture here's what they want, they want, people who admit their mistakes and learn from them people who can keep their emotions in check people who listen more than they, talk and can take criticism well, and handle pressure will they figure people who have these traits can be taught the business day news time. Five zero seven award, winning actress in Detroit native lily Tomlin is coming home to Michigan. To push, for a. Hike in the minimum wage, and she is bringing a friend. Here's WWE as Jim Matthews slowly Tomlin and Jane. Fonda. Or currently starring in the Netflix show Grayson Frankie but Saturday through Monday they'll be at four benefits in support of the one fair wage campaign three Events are set for metro Detroit to support a ballot measure to boost the state's minimum wage to twelve dollars an hour by the year twenty twenty, two is currently. Set at nine twenty five another goal of the campaign is to lift the, current..

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