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"pat faye" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

11:45 min | 10 months ago

"pat faye" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"The reason people wanted to do Warren is one of four senators who have been off the campaign trail during impeachment proceedings campaign circuits including former hud secretary who Leon Castro members of Congress and warrants husband have been campaigning for her in her absence polls show a tight race and many Iowans have historically decided on who to support in the final week the impeachment trial resumes on Monday the day of the caucuses then yell Kurtz leave an NPR news des Moines there are now seven cases of the new coronavirus in the US officials announced the seventh case in northern California after the trump administration announced it would begin imposing entry restrictions on foreign visitors silver who have recently been in China in Washington state doctors are offering new details about the case how they treated the first US case has will stone reports doctors and public health experts involved in treating the thirty five year old coronavirus patient has published a report in the New England journal of medicine it describes the progression of the manse illness from a persistent cough to pneumonia Dr J. cook is the chief medical officer at province regional Medical Center in average with the man with corona virus was treated cook says they decided to use a drug that has previously been tested on the a bowl of virus we felt that the benefits outweigh whatever potential risk there might be the drug is not available to the general public the drug maker has provided the medication for use in a small number of coronavirus patience for emergency treatment for NPR news I'm will stand in Seattle this is NPR and this is WNYC in New York I'm David first president trump's decision to expand the travel ban and other restrictions to six more nations has angered at local groups representing immigrants and refugees four of those countries are in Africa Nigeria Sudan ever try out and Tanzania Miranda wow to a vice president with the New York immigration coalition says the local impact will be monumental we have a huge again community across New York City and New York state from stat the north shore of Staten Island to Harlem to the Bronx to Rochester and buffalo the mayor's office of immigrant affairs says about thirty seven thousand residents were born in the newly targeted countries and may have family members who are affected and trying to reunite with a spouse or parent the visa restrictions will not affect visitors the ban on single use plastic bags at supermarkets and other shops takes effect in just over a month on March first but supporters say New York state environmental agency has not done enough to prepare the public for the shift came in to whip reports after March one new Yorkers will need to get into the habit of bringing a reusable bags with them to the grocery store and other retailers like target and Walmart assemblywoman Pat Faye he says she's been informally surveying the shop she frequents she finds there's a lack of awareness about the upcoming changes behaviors will change but it is going to be where we're going to probably get some negative feedback out those first few weeks as we try to transition some of the state's largest grocery store chains including Wegman's Hannaford and price chopper have taken steps to get ready Wegman's already eliminated plastic bags as of January twenty seventh and charges five cents per paper bag the two other chains will begin charging for paper bags in March protesters are speaking out against new state police on New York City subways more than five hundred demonstrators converged on Grand Central Terminal last night Gothamist reporter Jake often hearts was there there are problems there are a lot of chance how do you spell racist and why PVD there's a lot of anger there's conversations with police officers the MTA has not said how many protesters were arrested the demonstration was part of a day of action against it fare evasion rests and other police actions on the subways this is W. NYC support for NPR comes from the corporation for public broadcasting and this date of Joan Kroc is the Questor of season and during investment in the future of public radio this is weekend edition from NPR news Scott Simon is off this week I'm Renee montagne it's looking like Wednesday will be the big day two weeks after senators began proceedings and president trump's impeachment trial trial they're set to vote to convict and remove him from office or a quit joining us is NPR congressional reporter Claudia chrysalis morning Claudia good morning now a lot of people expected this might be over by now but yesterday was still pretty action packed so walk us through what happened yes it was very action packed we saw a key swing Republican vote Lisa Makowski of Alaska's say she would join Republicans to help block Democrats from calling witnesses like former national security adviser John Bolton to testify to that move the chamber to consider this last phase of the trial Republicans largely wanted to rush to an acquittal even if it meant going to two AM three AM this morning but minority leader Chuck Schumer wanted more time let's take a listen we have stood for one thing we do not want this rush through we do not want it in the dark of night members have an obligation to tell the American people and to tell the people of their states why they're voting so then what happens between now and Wednesday this resolution approved by the chamber last night sets out those terms under that plan the legal teams can present their final arguments starting Monday morning at eleven AM and that could last for four hours that would be equally divided between the house impeachment managers and the president's defense team at the conclusion of these final arguments the impeachment trial will resume Wednesday afternoon at four PM when the Senate will take the stream a vote on whether to remove or quit this president and we should note that the end of this trial will overlap to major events next week on Monday democratic presidential candidates will be in Iowa and we know at least four members of the Senate are still running for president so that's a tricky situation for them and then of course on Tuesday evening president trump is slated to deliver his state of the union address so plenty of action ahead in the next few days and just going back to last night's vote for a moment about witnesses there was news even as senators were announcing which way they plan to vote right right this question of witnesses loomed over this entire process with Democrats get at least four Republican senators on their side do you hear from witnesses like John Bolton and others about president trump's conversation with Ukraine's leader instead a simple majority of Republicans successfully thwarted the suffer for example retiring senator Lamar Alexander of Tennessee didn't see a need let's take a listen to what he recently told NPR I don't need to hear anymore evidence to decide that the president did what he's charged with doing so if you've got eight witnesses saying that you left the scene of an accident you don't need not as we know trump is denied there was anything wrong with this call he had with Ukraine's leader last summer and we imagine he's very much looking forward to is expected acquittal come Wednesday that's and here's congressional reporter Claudia Chris Alice thanks very much Claudia thanks for having me and there are very few confirmed cases of corona virus in the US right now still the White House has declared a public health emergency that means travel to and from China is being sharply restricted American citizens are being told to avoid going there are those who are returning to the state might end up in quarantine and non citizens who recently visited China it will not be allowed to enter the U. S. NPR science correspondent Richard Harris is with us welcome good morning today thank you so growing numbers of cases of this corona virus around the world that's we know not many deaths especially when you compare it to the annual flu but bring us up to date on the latest right there now something like ten thousand reported cases and every time you turn around that number grows up Moster in China but the disease has popped up sporadically in more than a dozen countries now the United States we have seven reported cases as a result of all these developments both the World Health Organization and now the U. S. government have declared these public health emergencies so what exactly does that mean well first and foremost the US government is adding a significant travel restriction for people attempting to return from China health and Human Services secretary Alex is our announced those restrictions at a White House briefing yesterday any US citizen returning to the United States who has been in who they province in the previous fourteen days will be subject to up to fourteen days of mandatory quarantine Americans or permanent residents and their immediate families who are returning from other parts of China will be screen carefully it one of seven airports and monitored closely for fourteen days and most of the travel of non Americans coming from trying to will be just band also in you remember those hundred and ninety five people who were turned on a charter flight from Wuhan earlier this week well they are now in official quarantine in a military base in riverside county California and corn can is a big word it sounds like an extreme stuff how often does the government impose that well the federal government hasn't and post a quarantine for like fifty years that was back in the days when they were trying to put in into small pox local health officials have the power to quarantine and they have used it on a small scale but this is a big step for the federal government should mention that other nations including France and the UK and Australia have been quarantined their citizens returning from these coronavirus hotspots okay but why use the quarantines when we've had just seven cases so far in the United States and public health officials keep telling us that the general public is not at risk this is the really only chance we happen if this epidemic in the bud it once it gets a foothold outside of China there's really no telling how big it will become so thus far it seems to be much less deadly than other nasty viruses like sars and a bowl of but you know it does spread through the air and we already get enough grief from the annual flu which typically kills tens of thousands of Americans every year nobody wants a second disease like that to take hold so you just said that that this virus spreads through the air but how easy is that to do I mean what a health officials say about how vulnerable people are the short answer is they say we don't know enough with sars noble those viruses don't spread unless the person who has them is actually showing symptoms and you know that made it easier to identify people at risk for spreading the virus Dr Anthony Fauci at the national institutes of health said we are just now learning about the situation for the new corona virus it was not clear whether in a symptomatic person could transmit it to someone while they were a symptomatic now we know from a recent report from Germany that that is absolutely the case so that potentially makes it a lot harder to bottle up but she also said the test the CDC has developed to diagnose people with this disease isn't a hundred percent effective were reliable so that's another factor that led health officials to push for more aggressive measures such as this quarantine and it Richard you have any idea of how.

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"pat faye" Discussed on News Radio 810 WGY

News Radio 810 WGY

02:39 min | 11 months ago

"pat faye" Discussed on News Radio 810 WGY

"Why our top story NATO and Afghan officials say a US military vehicle was hit by a roadside bomb in Afghanistan today NATO issued a statement saying the situation was being assessed but didn't provide any other details a Taliban Taliban spokesman said the group was responsible for the attack while claiming everyone in the vehicle was killed that has not been confirmed and the group is known to make false and exaggerated claims Albany International Airport releasing a statement yesterday disclosing the airport was the victim of a cyber attack on Christmas day the statement detail that the Albany County airport authority's administrative servers were affected but operations at the airport were not logical that the Schenectady based computer management providers set its own network have been targeted and breached allowing a virus to enter the airport system through the company's maintenance server that overcame the airports anti virus protection a spokesman for the airport said at the safety and security of travelers was never impacted and that no one's personal information was compromised the US says it had another target besides hula money US officials now saying that Iranian general Qassem Soleimani was not the only target the military had in mind a second air strike had been ordered in Yemen for Bob Dole residential life a high ranking official in the Iranian revolutionary guard the failed mission remains highly confidential but one anonymous officials said quote if we had killed him we'll be bragging about it shop lie is well known in the region for being a key financier of Shiite militias that's fox's eyes a house the reporting they are here's EDTA now has four electric buses and seedy THF executive officer karma's Basel tells WGY news what the initial game plan is for the buses that are now on the road the plant is the four buses will be in regular out Parisian everyday different route are likely every day different part of a route every day so that we can get operating experience under our belt I understand the nuances of of the technology Brazil says the buses meet CTA's goal of reducing the carbon footprint in the region and that's all says he is very pleased this EDTA continues to be at the cutting edge of technology each bus cost nine hundred thousand dollars and the money came from nine hundred and fifty thousand in federal money two hundred and fifty thousand from the state legislature that assemblywoman Pat Faye he was instrumental in obtaining and one point three million dollars from CD.

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"pat faye" Discussed on News Radio 810 WGY

News Radio 810 WGY

03:32 min | 1 year ago

"pat faye" Discussed on News Radio 810 WGY

"Transportation safety board has released a new set of safety recommendations in the aftermath of the school Harry little crash that killed twenty people and fifteen page report boils down in many ways to seat belts and T. S. B. says at least some of the passengers inside the Ford excursion might have lived have they been wearing seat belts that day board says New York state should extended seat belt law to require all passengers in the vehicle to wear seat belts and they want regular inspection of them something DOT says it already does Democrat Pat Faye he is a member of the assembly's transportation committee watch he says lawmakers will get it done she admits she was hoping for a little more from the report. compromise when it caught up hope to raise the debt that stretch limousine that are all heard after they come out of the background I thought we see a little bit more on that state lawmakers were unable to pass legislation this year that would have made a seat belts mandatory limo state senator Jim to this goes as lawmakers need to take what's in the report and get it done a little disheartening that it's taken this long to realize this now but we should get back in there soon as possible and and require seat belts in the back of the stretch limousines NTSB says it will issue a final accident report on the scary crash once the investigation is finished new poll says we become a very partisan society Santa Kalach polled said sixty five percent of new Yorkers believe we're more partisan or politically divided than ever by the third say there's been a time with their opinion of someone in their social network change when they found out that person had a different view on a political issue about one in four go down the middle on four issues including healthcare and the environment forty four percent statewide believe twenty four hours a day seven days a week news coverage contributes to unhealthy levels of civic involvement and debate fox news seen as more on favorable than either CNN or MSNBC numbers similar among upstate voters like Patrick these radio eight ten one oh three one W. G. Y. W. G. wine is time is eight oh four security personnel at three area college campuses are working with state local police after several incidents of vandalism believed to be associated with a white nationalist group times union says stickers been placed on the Siena St rose and Hudson Valley community college campuses president trump takes on Democrats and the media fox's John Becker the president reacted to a New York times story the house intelligence committee chairman Adam Schiff learned about the outlines of a whistle blowers concerns that president trump had abused his power days before the whistle blower filed his complaint well I think it's a scare. and all that he knew before I go a step further I think you probably helped write it okay that's what the word is there's no evidence Schiff wrote any part of the whistle blower complaint the president also targeting the press saying much of the media in this country is not just fake it's corrupt at the White House John decker fox news and closing time in Albany counties bars could be a bit earlier of county executive dama quite gets his way if approved businesses would have to shut down at two AM instead of for quite points to the growing number of alcohol related deaths as a reason for change ideas not popular with business owners however who say closing earlier would hurt their bottom lines WGY news time is eight oh six our next update at eight thirty I read shepherd now with more chucking Kelly on news radio a ten one oh three one W. G. Y. cattle regions breaking news traffic.

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"pat faye" Discussed on News Radio 810 WGY

News Radio 810 WGY

02:05 min | 2 years ago

"pat faye" Discussed on News Radio 810 WGY

"Richmond Virginia. This is Fox News. How Melissa Daniels? Newsradio eight ten to one zero three one W G Y, the owner of one of the vessels that broke loose in travel down the Hudson Friday morning says it'll be repaired and put back into service. Jim pleasure race back to the capital region from Florida when he got the call of what was happening with the captain JP. They said at a tugboat came over the dam broke loose and ran in the front of the boat docked vote office mornings. And then it was just a chain-reaction on their on pleasures, howling news channel thirteen. The damage is run in the seventy five thousand one hundred fifty thousand dollar range, the coastguard will inspect the captain j p next week Albany police investigating a shooting in the city on the one hundred block of third avenue as they responded to the scene staffer Maldini med. No Dez notified them that a twenty one year old male entered the emergency room with a gunshot wound to his thumb. He was treated for non-life threatening injuries kind of lost and governor Cuomo's budget proposal last week in a state of the state address was. That a new seven hundred fifty million dollar Wadsworth center will be built at the Harriman state office campus in Albany assembly member, Pat Faye tells W G Y news that this decision has been in the works for two years, and she's particularly happy with the decision by the governor. These labs are renowned as you know, last year, we had a Nobel prize winner come out of who credited the labs with with his research there Yawkey Frank who won the chemistry Nobel prize. So these these are renowned they used to be considered the best in the country the Wadsworth center, which does critical public health research and scientific analysis is now spread among five facilities in the area. Most of the buildings are old and in need of upgrades. The city of Albany had been in competition with you Albany site in east greenbush Rensselaer police have charged a sixteen year old with murder following a stabbing Friday night the incident happened near I Hudson street the victim and the stabbing is also sixteen years old he's recovering after surgery for his injuries. Whether next on NewsRadio eight ten and one. Oh, three one WG Y. Listen.

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"pat faye" Discussed on REAL 92.3

REAL 92.3

05:42 min | 3 years ago

"pat faye" Discussed on REAL 92.3

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