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"pandemic relief fund" Discussed on Northwest Newsradio
"Or the highway. No reforms, no changes to federal spending, not even clawing back the unspent pandemic relief funds that are no longer necessary. Republicans say the bill would cut the U.S. deficit by $4.8 trillion over the next ten years. Democrats say the cuts would come at the expense of near term economic growth. The bill heads next to the Democrat controlled U.S. Senate. Corwin hake, northwest, news radio, Virginia mason Franciscan health is increasing safety measures and environmental sampling after a bacterial outbreak that is infected more than 30 patients. We get more on this from northwest news radio's carlene Johnson. The klebsiella pneumoniae bacteria was first detected at Virginia mason Franciscan back in October. It can be resistant to treatment and can cause pneumonia or bloodstream and wound infections. The medical YouTube channel osmosis by elzevir discussing the bacteria explains that can survive without oxygen, but is always looking for it. So it prefers places like lungs, throat, or respiratory airways, as well as ventilators in the ICU where there is an unlimited flow of oxygen. Four of the 31 patients have since died, but a release from the hospital says health officials can not confirm whether the bacteria infection contributed to their deaths. Now, the hospital is notified patients who did test positive, according to the Seattle times, the less known confirmed case was identified on April 3rd. Carlene Johnson, northwest news radio. It's 5 O four. Time to check your traffic something we do every ten minutes on the forge. Let's get over to the high performance homes traffic center and we should good morning to our friend Kira Jordan. And good morning. We are starting off with no, well, okay, no major blocking crashes or stalls, but I actually did just have one minor blocking problem pop up. It looks like a crash that's on our ramp from three 20 at south by 5 miss crash. It's gonna be blocking on that ramp. I am starting to see a little bit of a backup that's forming in Sumner, westbound highway four ten as you're approaching one 6 7, but the valley freeway itself. That's going to be wide open out of Sumner all the way into rent and it's going to take you just under 20 minutes to do that stretch. And looking at some other travel times, if we're going from Everton to Seattle about 24 minutes, Olympia into Tacoma, that's about 30 minutes. And then to comment to downtown Seattle, that's about another 30 minute drive. Our next northwest traffic at 5 14. And our forecast is sponsored by northwest crawl space services. Here's pillow four meteorologist Kristen Clark, long awaited warmup is still on track as high pressure makes a rare appearance over the Pacific Northwest the next few days, expect sunshine today from the coast to the cascade mountains with optimal temperatures in the 60s for this afternoon, but a good 10° warmer on Friday. Highs will reach that 70° mark up and down the I 5 corridor, making tomorrow the warmest day of the year yet, the coastal areas begin to cool with the onshore rush of cool ocean air on Sunday. They're really wipes out the warmth and breach temperatures back down to the more typical 60° mark for the final day of April. In the Colombo four weather center, meteorologist Kristen Clarke. And belly hand this morning mostly cloudy, it's 41, it's 45, and Everett, and here in Seattle, we have mostly cloudy skies. It's 50. 5 O 6
"pandemic relief fund" Discussed on WCPT 820
"McCarthy is finally released a debt limit bill that he hopes will pass with Republican support. Well, yeah, I'm going to say spoiler alert. Probably not. Yeah. It would be tied to conservative policies, including cutting federal spending, limiting growth to 1% a year, repealing enhanced IRS enforcement funding, undoing Biden's student debt forgiveness, rescinding unspent pandemic relief funds and a bunch of other, just they're just a bad idea factory. Just a bunch of bad ideas. Didn't Republicans make a promise that they would only do one bill with one item in it as opposed to putting all of these things and shoehorning them in. Right. They said it's not true. Republicans were going to keep a promise. I'm just saying that was one of his big things. We're not going to do all these omnibus bills like the Democrats do. And bipartisan group of the problem solvers who generally don't solve any problems. Right. Yeah, they put forward another option, which probably also won't pass them. I'm guessing that correctly, okay. And so we're going to continue to have the same, you know, hostage crisis that we always do. Yes, the president on that real quick. Niger Republican Congress wants to defund the FBI in the police. Talk about the funding. They don't like the FBI. Maybe rested some of them. That was a little dark Brandon that I was allowed a little bit. Little bit Shay little Shay Brandon little shade. Oh, I like that. Okay, one more. I want to make sure that the $2 trillion Trump tax cut that he passed in his last term only term. Nope. For 2 trillion, right
"pandemic relief fund" Discussed on WTOP
"Metro riders, starting next month, a slate of construction projects will impact parts of the orange, silver, and green lines. Some ill stations will receive upgrades, 30 miles of steel rail will be replaced, and fiber optic cable installed to improve communications. There will be single tracking starting in mid may from stadium armory to Chevrolet for work at the Minnesota avenue dean wooden Chevrolet stations. In early June, there will be free shuttle bus surface as orange line stations in Northern Virginia are closed, including Vienna dun loring, west and east falls church, and free shuttles will move green line riders between greenbelt and fort totten, particularly on WTO P news. And for a complete listing of the metro summer work projects go to WTO P dot com. It could cost you more soon to use Omni ride commuter buses in Northern Virginia. The transit agency is proposing raising fares starting in July under the plan, the fair on commuter routes would go from just under $7 to $9 inside nova reports Omni ride is also asking the localities it serves to kick in more subsidies to help make up for rising expenses and the loss of pandemic relief funds. For instance, the agency is asking Prince William county to kick in more than $7 million more in the next fiscal year than it did in fiscal 2023. Sports at 25 and 55 powered by Red River, technology decisions aren't black and white. Think red. Depressed in time for that battle of the
"pandemic relief fund" Discussed on WTOP
"Vienna stations closing Vienna done lowering westfall's church in east false church. July will bring station closings on the green line, including green belt and college park for fiber optic installations, free shuttle buses will ferry passengers between closed stations. Particularly on OW TOP news. It could cost you more soon to use Omni ride, the transit agency is proposing raising fares starting in July. Under the plan, the fair on commuter routes would rise from just under $7 to $9 inside nova reports Omni ride is also asking the localities it serves to kick in more subsidies to help make up for rising expenses and the loss of pandemic relief funds. For instance, the agency is asking Prince William county to kick in more than $7 million more in the next fiscal year than it did in fiscal 2023. I'm Peter Greenberg and this is today's ion travel minute. You may not have heard of this group, but it's something called the valuable 500. It's a group of CEOs advocating for disability inclusion and support, and their latest survey revealed the most accessible cities in the world, and the results might surprise you. Topping the list, Amsterdam. That's a city of canals and bicycles, but they still took top honors. Then there's Las Vegas. After all, gamblers need easy access to the tables. In third place, London followed by New York, and the theme park capital of the world Orlando. Translation, lesser visited secondary cities, still need a lot more work to make them truly accessible. For more information, visit Peter Greenberg dot com. I'm Peter Greenberg
"pandemic relief fund" Discussed on KOMO
"Decades have been dark for members of the chinook tribal nation. Recognition from the federal government means access to healthcare, pandemic relief funding, and help building communities tribal chair Tony Johnson. We have no access to healthcare, mental health. I've lost an entire branch and I mean every single person on a branch of my family tree to suicide. The Clinton administration recognized that chinook in 2001, but the Bush White House stripped that acknowledgment 18 months later. Today what's needed is a lawmaker to introduce the chinook Indian nation restoration act. Our senators need to act and restore recognition to the chinook community. In a statement to northwest news radio, senator patty Murray acknowledged the importance of tribal recognition, but she would only say she'll do her best to serve as a voice for Washington's tribal people. John lobert, northwest news radio. In a popular fall tree is set to make its annual reappearance, but it will cost a bit more. Starbucks pumpkin spice latte will be available starting tomorrow, but due to inflation prices have risen about 4% from last year, depending on the location, the Grande size will cost between 5 45 and 5 95 Starbucks joins other chains who have gradually increased menu prices due to inflation. We visit the Beacon plumbing sports desk at ten and 40 minutes past the hour Bill Schwartz says the Mariners and their fans are getting some national respect. The intense close playoff type baseball games all weekend long at Seattle's T mobile park, the M's winning three of four against Cleveland, ty France had a Homer in Sunday's victory and felt the energy from each rose Hall of Fame salute crowd. You know, to get to celebrate
Marketplace with Kai Ryssdal
"pandemic relief fund" Discussed on Marketplace with Kai Ryssdal
"Last week, we talked about a sled dog kennel business. And today, we are really doubling down on the furry friend beat with a story focused on grooming, which turns out is a thriving industry. The U.S. pet grooming market is expected to shoot up to $14 billion by 2028. That's according to the market research company, brainy insights. One huge reason for that growth is that, frankly, more and more businesses are getting creative, not just offering services in the salon, but outside of it, too. And that all brings me to today's installment of our series, my economy. My name is Brian Taylor. I live in Harlem, New York. I'm the owner of Harlem dog day spa and I am the founder and organizer of the proper leaf tour. I was a banker that turned our dog groomer so I used to always do my own hair and when my father used to trim my hair before school when I was younger because we couldn't afford a barber. I used to go back and fix it so I won't look crazy at school. So I was always had love for hair, but I think the passion for animal and then the love for hair really got me into becoming a dog groomer. The beginning of pandemic, I remember like it was yesterday, I lost like 90% of my business. So I have a really good follower on my business page. So I was like, hey, listen, I'm starting to pandemic relief fund for pet parents who were enabled to get their dog room and they have lost their job. All the.
"pandemic relief fund" Discussed on WTOP
"Ahead of the Christmas holiday Is now the dominant version of the coronavirus in federal health officials now say it has accounted for just about 73% of new infections last week Later today we hear from President Biden he'll reveal plans to boost support for hospitals improve access to COVID-19 tests and to expand the availability of vaccines Also The White House says the president was in close contact with a staffer aboard Air Force One last week That's staffer later tested positive for COVID-19 The president has tested negative twice since Sunday and he'll test again tomorrow Meanwhile Maryland governor Larry Hogan tested positive for COVID-19 yesterday he said to be experiencing cold like symptoms he's quarantining and working from home In the district D.C. mayor muriel Bowser's state of emergency and reinstated indoor mask mandate took effect at 6 o'clock this morning The U.S. Secret Service has named assistant special agent in charge of the Jacksonville field office as the national pandemic fraud recovery coordinator Roy dotson is his name coordinate efforts across multiple ongoing investigations into the fraudulent use of COVID-19 relief applications with stolen benefits nearing a $100 billion The exploitation of pandemic related relief is a priority for the Secret Service which currently has more than 900 active criminal investigations into fraud related to pandemic relief funds Officials say every state has been affected Coming up in money news some changes may be ahead for a popular discount retail chain.
"pandemic relief fund" Discussed on KOMO
"This great continuous cycle that allows people to experience like new and unique every single time they visit I love Indian food Can you spell the name of that restaurant for us though Yes it's AI And for more information on it go to Seattle refine dot com slash radio After a year that saw thousands of potential students tossed their college brochures in the trash applications that institutions of higher learning are beginning to bounce back piers ABC's Jim Ryan In the first year of the pandemic the number of people applying to U.S. colleges and university sank by 4% according to the common app which serves as a one stop application service for nearly a thousand schools Now the same service has found a 22% increase in the number of applicants Part of the reason is cost Many institutions of higher learning have funnel pandemic relief funds into financial aid programs for students Jim Ryan ABC News And in South Korea there are plans for a floating city Busan is a port city already in the new concept could be home to 10,000 people It's also designed to be flood proof of platforms would go up and down with the sea Well good luck getting a deal on a New York City rental right now a year before the COVID vaccine was available landlords were offering amazing deals fast forward to today It's very hard to even find a good place available Rental prices across the 5 boroughs are up 31% over the same time last year They have not returned to pre-pandemic rates just yet Common news time 6 27 This year.
"pandemic relief fund" Discussed on WBUR
"Million in federal pandemic relief funding to extend benefits, but the plan has not been taken up by legislators. With a week to go until the Boston mayoral preliminary election. The five major candidates gathered yesterday to protest a labor dispute between the Marriott Copley Place and some of the hotels. Former workers W B U R S Walter Whitman reports. Candidates put aside their differences to support workers calling for a boycott of the hotel. The Marriott fired 230 non union staff last fall and has not reinstated them. Acting Mayor Kim Janey says. That's unacceptable. Shame I marry it. Shame. I married that a year later. We are still here Fighting for jobs for working people. We know that these jobs are a path to the middle class in Boston counselors Michelle Wu Andrea Campbell, Anissa side by George and former economic Chief John Barros also spoke in support of the boycott. Recent polls show We were ahead in the mayor's race with Jamie Campbell and a side be George jostling for second place. For 90.9 W bur. I'm Walter Whitman. Marriott has not responded to a request for comment about yesterday's rally and picket line. The union negotiator representing striking nurses at ST Vincent Hospital in Worcester, says nurses will not be going back to work until all are promised their old jobs. Telegram and gazette reports. Under a current offer, the hospital says all nurses will be guaranteed a job but would not be promised their original shifts. The ongoing strike is now the longest involving nurses in state history at 184 days. Students will return to the US Boston campus today for the first time since March. 2020 most classes will be in person. U Mass Boston Chancellor Marcelo Suarez, Roscoe says students will have to be vaccinated and wear masks and there will be other health protocols in place. We have hygiene, the hand sanitation. We put in state of the art filters for the air to circulate, so we've been adhering to the basic science. While most U Mass Boston students are commuters about 1000 students live on campus. The time is 807 were funded by you, our listeners and by zoom used by half a million businesses with a single platform for video, phone, chat and conference rooms. Zoom enables real time collaboration no matter where teams are located, zoom how the world connects. The Red Sox fell to the Tampa Bay Rays, 11 to 10 in 10 innings yesterday at Fenway, the socks and the Rays play again tonight. Boston is now nine games back of Tampa Bay in the East and three games up on the.
"pandemic relief fund" Discussed on AJC Briefing
"This week that the system is working on drafting a policy that would require its employees which total just under one thousand to get the vaccine firm and said the district will solicit feedback on proposed policies with decatur teacher. Advisory and the classified staff advisory councils. It's human resources. Department will also work with the district's legal team to come up with a policy that will accommodate people who are unable to get vaccinated the district earlier this month began exploring mandating the cova nineteen vaccine when the fda earlier this week gave full approval of the to dose spicer vaccine firm and said the school board wanted to make sure our students are in the safest environment possible. Meanwhile clayton man was the latest from georgia to be arrested in the capital riot probe federal authorities say blas fabian. Santillan stood on the capitol steps on january sixth and screamed at the crowd to storm the building bragging that he had already done so. The fbi arrested santillan monday at his home in clayton on a four count criminal indictment. He was charged by federal magistrate. Judge the same day assigned a federal public defender and released on his own recognizance under the terms of his release. He cannot possess firearms or other weapons has to check in with a parole officer regularly and cannot leave north georgia except for work. He is specifically forbidden from traveling to washington for any reason other than a court appearance. He is the fifteenth georgian arrested as part of the nationwide investigation into the insurrection. He did not respond to requests for comment from the atlanta journal constitution and a recall petition with more than one hundred signatures was filed wednesday afternoon in an effort to remove stonecrest mayor. Jason laurie from office over his involvement in multiple financial scandals stonecrest resident richard stone sponsored the petition which alleges the mayor's behavior warrants his removal before his term ends in twenty twenty three lori is implicated in an investigative report found strong evidence of mismanagement within the city's federal pandemic relief fund program which also appears to have been a kickback scheme. The mayor is also accused of abusing his city. Issued purchasing card entering improper contracts on behalf of the city and writing unapproved checks. Using city funds. Stones petition is the first step in a complicated process. Required to recall an elected official. Laurie has repeatedly denied the allegations against him and told the atlanta journal constitution on thursday morning. That the recall effort is politically motivated. That's all for today. Check back each weekday morning for more from the atlanta journal constitution or go to ajc dot com. Have a great day spoken layer. It's summertime so relax at the beach and stress less about how.
Assistive Technology Update
Every ALS Patient in New Jersey to Get Free Eye Gaze Technology
"Our next door. He comes to us from aol. News today is written by mary chapman. And it's called every patient in new jersey to get free. I gaze technology and this story talks about a new partnership which allows every individual in new jersey who suffers from a ls which is about four hundred folks in total have free access to i gaze technology. Now what does that actually mean. Well it means that a one point one million dollar effort that is being underwritten by new philanthropic organization called renew jersey. In collaboration with the nonprofit bridging voice are working together in order to bring i gaze technology technical support computer support and other supports to all four hundred patients in new jersey in order to help them communicate. Now of course it says it couvert. Nineteen pandemic has exacerbated the isolation that many patients feel as it has for for really kind of everyone. This is a very cool. Partnership it does use some different pandemic relief funds that went to new jersey and agreed program to get this assistive technology in the hands of individuals. Who can actually use it. Goes out to talk about some of the players in this project and everything but it does look like all you have to do to qualify as live in new jersey and heavy. Ls
The Young Turks
"pandemic relief fund" Discussed on The Young Turks
"Pow power panel. Jake uber one panel long-time lors top. Now come on. It's going to get any better than this. probably not. probably not as good as you're looking at as as good as it gets a adrian. Great thanks for having me from our guys. Look this show has amazing stories. You stumbled onto a ridiculous show. Okay so the bill. Burr story in this hour along with everything else is amazing in the second hour. Trump's trying to coup tucker. Carlson turns out hates him. Spill the drama filled with fun. But you know members your lucky day the out of all these amazing stories and best most probably in the bonus episode. They've started arresting people for smiling at cop's okay. It's amazing it's an amazing story and it's real so anyways to get to so let's get. Let's do it. let's get to it. Casper go let's do it. Let's get to it Let's begin by discussing how stimulus money is going towards subsidizing rich people and their tax cuts so republicans who want to use the pandemic relief funds from the joe biden virus. Relief bill to subsidize tax cuts for the rich. Look like they'll be able to do so even though there. Were supposed to be safeguards in place to prevent this from happening now. The treasury department under the vita administration has essentially indicated that they will not enforce some of the rules pertaining to how that state funding can be spent which basically opens this pathway for these a republican state legislatures to use some of that funding in order subsidize tax cuts for the wealthy. So let me set this up. Give you a little more context. Then i'll give you some specific examples of what Various states are doing so. The american rescue plan passed in march delivered. Nearly two hundred billion dollars in aid to states with a number of stipulations. About how the funds could be used including a provision designed to prevent states from using the money to cut taxes now The problem here is that they draft the bill. They're about to vote on it. And then democrats realize all wait. Wait we gotta do something about the fact that republican lawmakers on a state level might want to take the stimulus money in subsidized tax cuts for the rich. So let's put something in here a provision if you will That prevents that from happening. A- last minute provision added to the american rescue plan by senate majority leader chuck schumer was intended to prevent states from using the influx of federal aid to subsidize these types of tax cuts but the in term rape published by the treasury department to enforce this provision seems to have been written broadly enough that even billions of dollars of regressive.
Talk Radio 1190 KFXR
"pandemic relief fund" Discussed on Talk Radio 1190 KFXR
"Through Dell Financial. Services call, 877 asked Dell that's 877 asked Dell and speak. Another four billion federal dollars will soon be coming to primary and secondary schools and students in Texas. The pandemic relief funds come from the American Rescue Plan Act, Texas receive two thirds of the more than $12 billion earmarked for public schools. But the rest was held up until state officials told the federal government they plan to use the money. A new state law allowing Texans to carry guns without a permit could result in the dismissal of outstanding weapons cases. Governor Greg Abbott signed the constitutional carry bill, which takes effect September 1st. Dallas County, D a. John Cruz. Oh says it may allow some people arrested for unlawfully carrying a weapon to have those charges dropped. Ohio is the latest state and law enforcement to the Texas Mexico border as part of a plan to slow a surge in illegal immigration. Ohio Highway Patrol troopers will help with border surveillance. They arrive in Texas this week and will stay for two weeks. I'm Carrie Laki, We've earned our stripes one loans star at a time. Make sure our voices are heard. Real Texas real talk radio 11 90. It's that time time time. Lock and load. Michael very show is on the air. Abraham Lincoln famously said the philosophy of the school room in one generation Will be the philosophy of the government. In the next America's chickens.
860AM The Answer
"pandemic relief fund" Discussed on 860AM The Answer
"Calls for significant changes in law enforcement policies and practices as well as George Floyd. The report examined the cases of Kevin Clark, who died in London after police restrained him and Adama Traore worry a French citizen who died in police custody. The report's authors conclude that transformative action is needed. Policing must be re imagined. Criminal justice systems reformed and governments must acknowledge and tackle systemic racism. And the colonial legacy. It is built on the BBC's image in folks. Education Secretary Miguel Cardona says Puerto Rico will receive almost $4 billion in federal education pandemic relief funds. The announcement was made during Cardona's official three day visit to Puerto Rico. News and analysis. A town hall dot com. Accident for the counter commute in Livermore East 5 80 at El Charro for vehicles involved blocking the right lane CHP on the scene. Not much of a delay there. Westbound 5 80 slow as usual for the ultimate past brake lights from 205 up to North Flynn. Cordelia Junction West 80 connector to South 6 80 Look out for a ladder in the middle of that connector and east 80 it red top hit and run involving a big rig. So far, it appears to be on the shoulder. Bay Bridge Toll Plaza, looking good, no metering lights, no backup and at the limit for the drive into San Francisco..
Puerto Rico to receive nearly $4B in US pandemic funds
"Puerto Rico will receive almost $4 billion in federal education pandemic relief funds. The announcement was made during Cardona's official three day visit to Puerto Rico. News and analysis. A
"pandemic relief fund" Discussed on KGO 810
"By the Pittsburgh Police Department. Four people were arrested in two were charged with felony human trafficking. In addition, 10 people were rescued. A bill aimed at helping to retrofit the Anderson Dam in Santa Clara County is headed to the governor's desk. Measure allows Valley water to choose the most experienced contractor for the job rather than the one with the lowest bid. Governor. Newsom refused to sign a similar bill last year. President Biden announcing a plan to fight rising gun violence across the country ahead of an expected spike in summer violence. The president laid out its strategy the targets row gun dealers and provides federal resources to police departments for gun crime enforcement. Oakland's police chief Laurent Armstrong, welcomes the support. We also need legislators to step up and make stronger gun laws so that we don't see these type of weapons coming into our community, and we need some legislation around ghost guns. Specifically, Biden's plan allows communities to repurpose millions of dollars in federal pandemic relief funding for programs proven to prevent gun violence. Kitten that was rescued from an elevated base of a freeway sign near San Francisco Airport is now available for adoption. The rescue took place two weeks ago on Interstate 3 80. It's not known how she got there, but a peninsula Humane Society staffer was able to rescue the kitten with a net. She was called to the scene by an airport worker who said they heard the little kitty crying for help. Google has added an extra feature to its chrome for IOS browser secret tabs that only show with face ID or touch I d. When it comes to protecting our data and ensuring privacy companies really can't do enough with the software to help us out bgr com says Google has added the ability to lock incognito tabs on chrome for.
WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"pandemic relief fund" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Up through Savin Hill in Columbia Road, but South bound as all these doubt through Savin Hill This report sponsored by Dairy Queen Haiti. Cue fans, the girl Scout Thin Mints Blizzard is here. The Girl Scout cookies You love me Cool men and world famous soft serve blended together in this chocolatey minty masterpiece. Grab it today on Lee at your dick, you happy taste Good. Kevin Brennan. WBC's traffic on the threes, Little Taste of summer. In today's weather forecast. Here's Dean DeVore could be another nice afternoon. Temperatures range from the upper sixties low seventies cape in the Islands upper seventies to near 80 City in the inland Sunshine, mixing with some clouds, upper fifties Tonight is clowns increase. It's going to be stickier. Tomorrow's gonna get wed at times was some heavier showers and even a thunderstorm. There could be some downpours. Temperatures near 70 And then still the shower thunderstorm to some morning fog. Some sunny breaks in the afternoon on Friday was temperatures warm back into the upper seventies city and inland upper sixties kept the island's a summer like weekend is on the way. We'll keep you updated on that, as we get closer to it on WBZ, Boston's news radio. It's really perfect today. Not too sticky. Not yet that humidity is going to creep in tomorrow. Right now. Our high is 77 in Fitchburg. We could see 80 North Shore Gloucester, 73 in Boston right now, Partly sunny. It's now 76 warming up fast looking to hire indeed will help you speed up. The process gave 135 skills test to help you find the right candidates. Faster visit indeed dot com slash credit. That's indeed dot com slash credit. 11 25 New England business News of $5 Billion Showdown is brewing on Beacon Hill. Plans for handling the federal government's Pandemic Relief fund have lawmakers and Governor Baker.
New Jersey 101.5
"pandemic relief fund" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5
"Robinson topping our report this our new Tonight Facebook and Twitter are removing President Trump's post about the mob of protesters who strong the U. S Capital. Earlier today, Trump posted a video on Twitter calling on protesters to stop while simultaneously alleging that 2020 election was stolen from him. Trump's account has been locked for 12 hours on Twitter. Avenue, Murphy says police officers and firefighters in New Jersey are eligible to get the covert 19 vaccine starting tomorrow. These are folks who have been Justus much in harm's way on the front lines as many of our health care workers. And they often have been called upon for emergency medical support, Murphy says today. Nearly 138,000 vaccine doses have been administered to those in the one a group. Which is largely made up of healthcare personnel and those who live in work in long term care facilities. Meanwhile, the covert emergency has caused a great deal of hardship in the Garden state. But the Jersey Pandemic Relief Fund is ramping up efforts to help those in crisis, First lady Tammy Murphy says. Almost $64 million has been raised since the spring. And we have given out about $12 million in the area of critical needs, food and emergency needs like healthcare, telemedicine, things like that she has. The fund is also helping mental health and child care agencies. Thanks to donations from almost 62,000 Jersey adults and Children. New Jersey Board of Education has voted to return control of the Paterson school district toe. Local officials. The board voted Wednesday. The Bergen record reporting at the state intervened in 1991 when the district was engulfed in several scandals over financial irregularities in nepotism. Democrats have control of the Senate after John also won his Senate runoff election in Georgia. Today. Democrats and Republicans will both have 50 seats in the Senate for the next two years..
New Jersey 101.5
"pandemic relief fund" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5
"Bill. Whole thing. Build build pools in the parking lot. Tiki bars the whole bed out of here. Oh, yeah. How you tailgated? The Jimmy Buffett concert. You build a pool in the parking lot? Yeah, you should Google it. It's amazing. Then he came out dedicated Song stores and New Jersey One night on the candle waterfront that we went. The next night to Connecticut came out into the same thing for us and dedicated soldiers to us. In Connecticut as well. My gosh. All right, Ryan. Thanks for calling New Jersey One of 1.5. Okay, We have a leader. Now I'm gonna keep track of these Joe. 56 52nd Jimmy Buffett. Second place would be you, I guess 16 for Bruce Springsteen Walton Lot and saw Bruce. He's had 15 times. So what act have you seen the most times in concert? And what was the best show you've ever seen? 1 802 83101.5 to 31. The latest New Jersey news from NJ 115 dot com. Phase one A of covert vaccinations continue in New Jersey now up to 134,000, plus shots administered across the state. And while inoculations for health care workers and long term care residents and staff will not stop anytime soon. Phase one be starting tomorrow with police and firefighters more than 450,000. N. J. Residents already have pre registered for their shot. The Daily Cove in numbers in the Garden state creeping back up again is we're starting to see the full after effects. Holiday gatherings today, more than 5000 new confirmed cases. 104 official deaths added to our statewide total and rate of transmission those still below one now at 10.96 after a recent low of 0.92. Jersey Pandemic Relief Fund, which started last spring, has raised about $64 million from almost 62,000 adults and Children giving donations. First Lady Tommy Murphy says the money has been used to help those who have lost their homes need food and health care assistants. And funds have also gone to mental health clinics. It's just such a New Jersey moment, and I'm incredibly proud of all that we've done and all that we will do because there's a lot more work to do. The pandemic Relief fund is also helping child care clinics and struggling small businesses. I'm Patrick Lavery, download our free app to listen, live anywhere and get instant New Jersey News, weather and traffic from New Jersey one of.
San Diego's Morning News with Ted and LaDona
Senate approves $484 billion coronavirus relief package
"The US Senate passed a new package for pandemic relief funds yeah more help on the way the four hundred eighty four billion dollar measure is likely to be approved in the house tomorrow this package includes three hundred twenty billion dollars for that paycheck protection program intended to help small businesses keep workers on their payrolls lawmakers and the trump administration know that we're going to need more than this and they're already turning their attention to the next round of stimulus okay so let's talk about that stimulus and the fact that we're not bringing him very much tax money we're going to see higher taxes down the road well that that's a question that to be answered ladonna but they're paying for the economic stimulus won't necessarily mean higher taxes at least according to senator Chuck Grassley Mr Grassley told Bloomberg that taxes will not have to be raised providing providing interest rates