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"phil bryant" Discussed on WBSM 1420
"Virus died the quickest in the presence of direct sunlight under these conditions in local he also said that the DHS is testing of certain types of disinfected could kill the corona virus what we've tested bleach we've tested I suppose I isopropyl alcohol on the surface on the virus specifically in saliva or in respiratory fluids and I can tell you that bleach will kill the virus in five minutes isopropyl alcohol will kill the virus in thirty seconds and that's with no manipulation no Robbie just bring it on and leaving it go you rub it and it goes away even faster we're also looking at other disinfectants specific looking at Colby nineteen virus in saliva in the quote all right so after that trump says this and then I said supposing it brought the light inside the body you can what you can do either through the scan it will play some of you are thinking of if you're totally into that world which I find to be very interesting so supposing we hit somebody with a tremendous whether it's ultraviolet or just very powerful light I suppose we did this I know some of you are probably thinking you're totally into that world meaning if you're into the world of immunology replaced some of you are thinking of a fear of Dennis is right after Phil Bryant made the comments I just now told you about all right into that world which I find to be very interesting so supposing we hit somebody with a tremendous whether it's ultraviolet or just very powerful light and I think you said that as a rejected you can attest it hasn't been checked you gonna test it and then I said supposing it brought the lightning's as opposed to you brought to light inside the body but you can what you can do either through the scanner in some other way to test that too and.
Mississippi's six-week abortion ban struck down
"Tonight a federal appeals court has upheld a block on a Mississippi law that would ban most abortions at about six weeks when many women might not even know they're pregnant appeals judges agreed with the district judge who last year block the six week ban from taking effect the only abortion clinic in Mrs Mississippi sued the state soon after that law was signed by then governor Phil Bryant basically a ban on abortion if you can detect a so called fetal heartbeat now of course that is far before viability which is protected by roe V. Wade so many say that these are not so much laws that are intended to go into effect but these are laws that are directly aimed at the Supreme Court and roe V. Wade as a way to kind of dismantle abortion access national CBS news reporter
"phil bryant" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Mass staff he found some people who see it as their civic duty to keep themselves and others safe John is clearing the snow and ice outside Michael since she was not because he has to but because he feels like he needs to absolutely the people could fall trip hurt themselves in any of lawsuits you got to be kidding ourselves god forbid someone falls breaks a hip or something you know you know anybody get hurt and that's a good thing because those trudging through the white stuff tell me they'd rather walk in this weather then drive in Lexington James Earl Hostetler UBC Boston's news radio and a state of emergency declared in Mississippi after a swarm of tornadoes ripped across that state the governor governor Phil Bryant announcing this it will help us deploy the resources that we need from a state level you'll also if necessary support decoration emergency from the president of the United States we have for now that have been issued we do not believe this would rise to a presidential decoration speaking with reporters in Jackson the governor said at least fourteen twisters ripped through twenty seven counties overnight Mississippi emergency management says no deaths there but at least one person was killed by wild weather in Kentucky another in Louisiana and chew in Allah imam and of course cleanup and damage assessment well under way and much of the south I'm Jim crystal there's widespread damage from the Piney woods of East Texas to Georgia summer Evans lives in hard hit Alexandria Louisiana seven days that is animal foods store down there is a severe weather risk of today in the southeast from the Florida.
"phil bryant" Discussed on AP News
"Mississippi's loan abortion clinic sued the state after governor Phil Bryant signed a law which bans abortion once a pregnancy reaches 15 weeks Friday a federal appeals court ruled the ban unconstitutional in a tweet Brian promises to state will now take the case to the Supreme Court Bryant leaves office in January to be succeeded by lieutenant governor Tate reads a fellow Republicans and abortion opponents supporters of the Mississippi band and those like it in other states have been aiming for the Supreme Court all along hoping its new conservative justices will take up cases that lead to the overturning of the 1973 roe versus Wade ruling that legalized abortion nationwide Ben Thomas Washington
Mississippi vows further appeal after loss on abortion ban
"Mississippi's loan abortion clinic sued the state after governor Phil Bryant signed a law which bans abortion once a pregnancy reaches fifteen weeks Friday a federal appeals court ruled the ban unconstitutional in a tweet Brian promises to state will now take the case to the Supreme Court Bryant leaves office in January to be succeeded by lieutenant governor Tate reads a fellow Republicans and abortion opponents supporters of the Mississippi band and those like it in other states have been aiming for the Supreme Court all along hoping its new conservative justices will take up cases that lead to the overturning of the nineteen seventy three roe versus Wade ruling that legalized abortion nationwide Ben Thomas Washington
Federal appeals court blocks Mississippi 15-week abortion ban
"A federal appeals court declare fighting the Mississippi's ban on abortion at fifteen weeks is unconstitutional Jeff mackay reported deals a blow to those seeking to overturn a landmark Supreme Court ruling that legalized abortion nationwide the only abortion clinic in Mississippi sued the state after Republican governor Phil Bryant signed a fifteen week abortion ban into law attorneys representing the state of Mississippi argued the fifteen week law was a regulation but not a ban however the fifth US circuit court of appeals based in New Orleans said U. S. district judge Carlton we've got it right when he blocked the Mississippi law from taking effect in twenty eighteen since then the Mississippi legislators came back this year and passed a more restrictive law to ban most abortions after six weeks that same federal district judge blocked that two and a legal fight over it
Democrats subpoena White House as Donald Trump signals he won’t cooperate on impeachment investigation
"President trump is seething over an impeachment inquiry into his conduct after Democrats subpoena the White House about contacts with Ukraine and he signaled his administration would not cooperate Mississippi governor Phil Bryant explains what he would have to see to determine if the president should be impeached I'd have to look at what the federal all sales what's the burden of that federal law did the governor of present actions meet the burden of that law and that's it beyond a reasonable doubt that's pretty heavy for anybody they should be too when you're trying to impeach Invicta president of the
Mississippi lieutenant governor survives GOP runoff for governor
"Known for our listeners in Mississippi some of you get to vote today to choose the Republican nominee for governor either the second term lieutenant governor tape Reeves or retired state Supreme Court Chief Justice bill Waller junior briefs fell just short of a majority in the three person primary back on August sixty is endorsed by Republican governor Phil Bryant who could not seek a third term Waller is endorsed by the candidate eliminated in the first round of voting state rep Robert foster winner of today's primary runoff for bass to the November fifth general election to face Jim hood to states for term democratic Attorney
Mike Pence, Mister Foster And Bill Waller discussed on Radio From Hell
"Before announcing his campaign become Mississippi governor state representative Robert foster made a commitment to his wife heather you know Mrs foster all right that he would follow the Billy Graham rule which in his words means avoiding any situation that may evoke suspicion or compromise of army his personal policy which is also used by vice president Mike pence father presented a problem for Mississippi today reporter let Russian Campbell citing the optics of it of Mister foster declined to ms Campbell's request for a fifteen hour right along and the last she brought a male colleague along with her you won't be able to control yourself Campbell and her editor objected on the grounds that it was sexist and it prevented her from completing a story assignment about the Republican contenders for governor term limits preventing common Phil Bryant a Republican from seeking reelection leaving an open seat in a hotly contested election three Republicans filed to run in the August six primary lieutenant governor Tate Reeves former state Supreme Court justice bill Waller junior and Mister foster they're also eight Democrats running and so resources reporters were restricted in trying to cover all of these so she said I want to ride along with you just so I can get a big long interview with you yeah I know you want and then then the view then the voters can get to know you and you think that this would be a good thing for him yeah ms Campbell's relationship with Mister foster dated from November when she received a tip that he planned to join the governor's race she's been camera covering his candidacy in following up but no you can't ride along with me and less there's a man come along with you ms Campbell said I I just didn't know how to respond to it I mean did did he think she wouldn't be able to resist coming on the hill or she wouldn't be able to resist coming on to her says what's really funny about this whole thing is I don't even
"Heartbeat" abortion law signed by Mississippi governor
"Mississippi governor, Phil Bryant has signed into law a Bill banning abortion as soon. As a fetal heartbeat is detected. NPR Serra mccamman reports that sets off the latest legal battle over laws restricting the procedure early in pregnancy. A fetal heartbeat often can be picked up around six or seven weeks gestation before many women. No, they're pregnant before he signed the Bill banning abortions at that stage. Mississippi's Republican governor Phil Bryant tweeted, quote, we will all answer to the good Lord. One day the center for reproductive rights says the law is one of the most extreme in the nation and has promised to sue last November a federal judge blocked another Mississippi law banning abortions that fifteen weeks calling it unconstitutional abortion rights opponents are working to pass similar early bands in states around the country. They're hoping the newly configured supreme court, which now includes two of President Trump's nominees will uphold new
Mississippi governor to sign 'heartbeat' abortion ban
"Mississippi governor, Phil Bryant plans to sign a new abortion Bill into law at a ceremony today. The signing comes only forty eight hours after the legislature, wrapped up work on the Bill which could ban an abortion before a woman even know she's pregnant Abraham it's most abortions wants a fetal heartbeat is detected or about six weeks into a pregnancy. But the ink from the. Governor signature will barely be dry before. Opponents file a court challenge. They're confident of federal judge will declare the low
Mississippi, Brad Kavanagh And Phil Bryant discussed on Brian Lehrer
"Mississippi governor, Phil Bryant has signed into law a Bill banning abortion as soon as a fetal heartbeat is detected. NPR Serra mccamman reports legal challenges are expected a less restrictive law banning abortions at fifteen weeks in Mississippi was already blocked by a federal judge in November and late last week. A federal judge in Kentucky. Temporarily blocked a similar law in that state that would ban abortions after a heartbeat is detected. But this is part of a larger push to pass restrictive abortion laws around the country and see what the US supreme court, which is now more conservative with Justice. Brad Kavanagh on the bench will allow to
Mississippi moves to ban abortion if heartbeat detectable
"Mississippi governor Phil Bryant says he will sign legislation the tended to his desk that will create the nation's most restrictive van on abortions. Upon detection of a fetal heartbeat about six weeks into pregnancy. The only exception would be for medical emergencies,
Mississippi Advances Ban on Abortion After Fetal Heartbeat
"Mississippi could soon have the most restrictive abortion law in the land lawmakers approving the Bill yesterday that bans most abortions as early as six weeks into pregnancy. Upon the detection of a fetal heartbeat and governor Phil Bryant says he'll sign that legislation.
"phil bryant" Discussed on Everyday Tech
"Love it. Love it. Love it. How Howard things going down and had his work. He didn't get snowed in yesterday. Bitchy? Oh, gosh. I didn't see a single flake myself. Although I heard that some people in this area did so we did get a little bit of snow literally. Right. I lit to bit. I know all the kids are happy school was closed yesterday there. Like, what would what? I was like a free day. You know? I knew when when the notices were going out the school was closed, and I was like, okay. It's either going to be really bad or it's not going to be anything. And I'm betting I'm betting. It's not going to be anything at all like free day for everybody can give props to all the school systems. They didn't wanna take a chance. They can't have school buses on the roads with ice. Would you would you which out on a bus with the bus driver that does not know how to drive on ice? This is Mississippi Michelle, nobody knows how to drive basically. Well, the ones, you know, from the north may know how to but again, they don't have training for that. So I understand why they did it and just like you say, it'd be proactive and be on the safe side. So everything worked out. No one gets node in yesterday in his own to sixty degree weather this weekend, hires and. How did you guys have a lot of fun without me last week? Actually. Yeah. Do show with Java. Yeah. Yeah. We had a we had a really good show. We had a lot of good callers. It was it was a good time where we had to miss you back that wasn't the anti was looking for. But you know, I'll take that. I'll take that. He said, yes. Still a little too happy. The fellas had their good time last week. That's great. I'm glad. But let's get straight to our hot tech stories of the week. I mean, I have some good ones. You see the first one. I will let you tell them. What governor Phil Bryant will sign today. And then I'll talk about the second story are at so house Bill three sixty six get signed into day. And this gives our electric power associations. The option to construct broadband services for their customers means they will no longer be prevented from providing.
"phil bryant" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio
"And I want you to know. I have so much gratitude far governor Phil Bryant for appointing Mace. Thank you. Governor tomorrow is very important. It is so much at stake. It is such a critical election tomorrow. We have got to go out. What's on the ballot? Tomorrow is not just my name's Cindy, Hyde Smith, it is your conservative values. That's what's on the ballot tomorrow. I ask every Mississippi and please contact every body contact. I thank you, contact your friends. Your relatives your co workers, remind everybody tomorrow's election day, folks, we got to get out and vote tomorrow. Thank you for this opportunity. And I want to constinued to serve you as your United States. Senator. Thank you so much. Ninth. Coverage C span radio. Get out tomorrow and vote for Cindy, you'll never let you down. The future of the American judicial system is at the center of tomorrow's election. So important it's.
"phil bryant" Discussed on KQED Radio
"Smith says it's about what her words mean in the video posted to Twitter a tall cattle rancher named Colin Hutchinson. Puts his arm around Hyde Smith at an event in Tupelo, Mississippi, then she praises him like this. If he invited me to a public hanging height. Smith says I'd be on the front row the crowd laughs her remark has prompted an onslaught of criticism from civil rights activists. Like Corey Wiggins of the Mississippi N, double ACP, active Lynch, it is not a joking matter. Hyde Smith has dismissed the criticism in a statement. She said her joke about her willingness to attend a public hanging with the rancher was meant as an exaggerated expression of regard, and quote, any attempt to turn this into a negative connotation is ridiculous. The NWEA's EP says from the late eighteen hundreds to the late nineteen sixties Mississippi had more lynchings than any other state. Many by hanging in that context. Wiggins says such remarks are unacceptable. Those words were just an appropriate. They were wrong they were distasteful height. Smith has also had to explain a comment about making it harder for liberals to vote. Her campaign said she was making a joke and suggested it was taken out of context. Some Republicans including President Trump and Mississippi governor Phil Bryant have stood by Hyde. Smith. How marks the Republican mayor of pedal, Mississippi and a candidate for governor next year calls her remarks stupid and silly. But he says he doesn't think they were racially motivated. She didn't say she didn't use the word lynching, which has a particular connotation, she said public hanging, which they were there were a lot of people of all races that were hanged in those days publicly Mark supported another Republican in the special election earlier this month, but says he will vote for Hyde Smith in the runoff for veterans of Mississippi's civil rights movement. The dark connotations of public hanging are harder to miss Fonzie Brown, right is seventy six and a longtime voting rights activist. She's angry that height Smith has continued to stand by her statement rather than apologize. When not what the hell is that you don't have. You don't have the compassion. Now the capacity nor the intelligence. To make a decent statement to say it may have been. I may have misspoken. It would have been all over Brown. Right says in the nineteen fifties. Her two teenage cousins were murdered by a group of white men. Dragged to death in a racially motivated crime at lived it. And I've lived through it and people need to clearly understand is so miss hat. Smith needs to understand why people are sensitive about the word hanging alleged Democrats are hoping the attention around the controversy will help turn out the party's base and turn off enough Republican voters like Jack pits. A twenty eight year old from Jackson who supported Hyde Smith in the first round of the special election. I don't know if I can in good conscience vote for either of these candidates now both parties are sending national figures to Mississippi democratic senators. Cory Booker and Kamala Harris have stumped SP and President Trump will campaign for Hyde. Smith next Monday the day before the run-off, Sarah mccamman NPR news Jackson..
Hyde Smith, Senator Cindy and British Airways discussed on Dennis Prager
"President Trump is traveling to Mississippi next week campaign for Republicans seeking to finish the final two years. If a US Senator Cindy, Hyde Smith faces three challenges in November special election in the race could be important as Republicans trying to maintain their majority. But Trump campaign is
"phil bryant" Discussed on KDWN 720AM
"Wednesday morning. America's First News continues on this fifth day of September the National Hurricane Center says tropical storm Gordon made landfall just west of the Alabama Mississippi border at about ten o'clock last night. Now it never achieved hurricane status, but local officials are still urging residents to use caution. Here's that Mississippi. Governor Phil Bryant ahead of landfall. The storm is moving what we do not want. It to do is water out and on the warm water to be a pick up more and more. Sure. And then and then strike our Gulf Coast, obviously, you can stay home during this one but prepare for shudder your windows. Make sure you understand there's gotta be somewhere between sixty eighty mile an hour. Wind gusts to eighty miles an hour a win. So that can do a great deal of damage. We could have anywhere between five and eight inches of rain in a in a hurry. They'll probably be a surge. Waves that will come in around, eight o'clock and thereafter. So you're gonna have a lot of water. In this area in a hurry. We want everyone to take precaution. Yeah. Now while the storm did not reach hurricane status. It's still claimed the life of one young child after a tree fell on a home. The storm is forecast to quickly weaken as it moves inland across Mississippi Louisiana into Arkansas Thursday. Forecasters say four to eight inches of rain could follow along. The storm's track flash flood watches.
"phil bryant" Discussed on KDWN 720AM
"Wednesday morning. America's First News continues on this fifth day of September. The National Hurricane Center says tropical storm Gordon made landfall just west of the Alabama Mississippi border at about ten o'clock last night. Now it never achieved hurricane status, but local officials are still urging residents to use caution. Here's that Mississippi. Governor Phil Bryant ahead of landfall. The storm is moving what we do not want. It to do is water out and on the warm water to be able to pick up more and more. Sure. And then and then strike our Gulf Coast, obviously, you can stay home during this one but prepare for shutter your windows. Make sure you understand is going to be somewhere between sixty and eighty mile an hour. Wind gusts to eighty miles an hour win. So that can do a great deal of damage. We could have anywhere between five and eight inches of rain in a in a hurry. They'll probably be a surge. Waves that will come in around eight o'clock, and after so you're gonna have a lot of water in this area in a hurry. We want everyone to take precaution. Yeah. While the storm did not reach hurricane status. It still claimed the life of one young child after a tree fell on a home. The storm is forecast to quickly weaken as it moves inland across Mississippi Louisiana into Arkansas Thursday. Forecasters say four to eight inches of rain could follow along. The storm's track flash flood watches have.
Jon Kyl tapped to take John McCain's Senate seat
"Grassley delay the hearing after tens of thousands of additional pages of records were released last night. Protesters have also interrupted this opening session several times capital police escorting dozens out of this hearing room Cavanaugh will return tomorrow for the first round of questioning from senators. Meantime, former Senator John Kyle has been helping judge cavenaugh ahead of his confirmation hearing will now get to vote on his nomination tapped by Arizona governor Doug Ducey to fill John
"phil bryant" Discussed on WJR 760
"People want me, to stop with, these, annoying commercials I'll make a deal with, you I'll stop with the annoying commercials. If you stop with a horrible snarling people don't blame me for your problems all right you see the hypocrisy. You sitting in a car you have the luxury of down the, dial, what about the person sleeping. Next you they can't turn down your mouth or your horrible snoring noise go. To Zepa dot com, that's z. y. p. p. h. dot com. Get this fixed Mississippi lawmakers, have approved. A state. Lottery, for the first time governor Phil Bryant has fought for a year. To take Mississippi off the shortlist. Of six states where there is. No lottery in doing so positioning, himself against churches in the bible belt state. That are. Firmly opposed it now without debate and with some, lawmakers switching sides a special session saw the. Mississippi house reversed itself and passed legislation? To permit a lottery the Republican governor promises to. Sign it so money can be used. To help shore up crumbling highways and bridges. I'm Jan Johnson Right says syphilis gonorrhea and Clementi of Kline for. The fourth consecutive year in the US, according to, the centers for disease control and prevention last year nearly two point three million cases of, these sexually transmitted diseases were diagnosed that's. The highest number ever reported breaking the record set in two thousand sixteen. I'm Ann Cates This story is, called the ugly truth about timeshare if you think you've done your family favor by buying a timeshare you need my help Hello I'm Chuck McDowell CEO and founder of Wesley financial group ten years ago I started helping folks. Cancel their timeshare contracts and in the process started what's. Now called the Tom shirt cancellation industry Tom shares the only. Thing that you can buy that you can't tell me. How much it's going. To cost or when it's going in when you.
Florida gov. declares state of emergency ahead of Subtropical Storm Alberto
"In case us north korea summit gets back on track sub tropical storm alberto is churning northward in the gulf of mexico it's already dumping heavy rain in cuba and parts of southern florida florida public radio's reegan mccarthy reports governor rick scott has declared a state of emergency the declaration is intended to help increase flexibility so the state federal and local governments can better coordinate in preparation for the storm scott his also urging residents and visitors to do their part to get prepared the storm by the picture fan fan the earth there's another one that's like according to the national hurricane sooner we're going to have an active season hopefully won't have landfall in this state but get ready scott says people should keep in mind that the track of the storm can shift quickly and impacts are expected to be felt far outside the storms predicted path the state emergency operation center is tentatively planning around the clock activation beginning sunday for npr news i'm regan mccarthy in tallahassee mississippi governor phil bryant is also signed a state of emergency amid tropical storm and storm surge watches this is npr a science teacher in noblesville indiana is said to be in good condition at a local hospital after he was shot by a student in his classroom yesterday jason semen swatted the gun away and tackled the gunman the family of a student who was also shot says she's in critical but stable condition movie producer harvey weinstein is out on bail and wearing an electron ick tracking device after turning himself in new york city yesterday on charges of rape and sexual abuse actress rose mcgowan now says if given the chance she would absolutely testify against him as npr's dan yellow czeslaw reports mcgowan says weinstein raped her in nineteen ninetyseven since then she says he would put his quote me hand around her ribcage at public events i have had to have his arm around man smile photos and i would like to have the opportunity to be able to sit right across stare.
Mississippi's last abortion clinic expands lawsuit on restrictions
"This is npr news seven forty one joe's here to bring us another look at some of our commute problems this morning joe is at least one new accident in fairfield on eighty westbound reported near airbase parkway was one of them that was original crash near west texas which is still there but on the shoulder slow traffic extends to before north tex symbols and evacuate you about cherry glen road the thirty seven grind is back normal which means slow but not as slow it was a backed up more in vallejo because of a crash near mare island but that has cleared it's a thinnedout in sonoma's county commute heading south through petaluma but marin is now worse from about agnosio to the civic center joe mcconnell for kqed joe's report brought to you by the crohn's and colitis foundation millions of americans rely on their local television stations for news but they may not know that there are bigger entities behind their local programming over the past few years sin claire has accumulated almost two hundred local stations in nearly one hundred markets the takeaway today we'll be looking at the impact on the content these stations are putting out and what what it means for us viewers and you can hear the takeaway beginning at noon today here on keiko from npr news in washington i'm windsor johnston advocates for reproductive rights are challenging dozens of abortion restrictions in mississippi which recently passed the nation's toughest abortion ban and pr ceremony caman has more on the lawsuit being filed today the state's republican governor phil bryant has said in the past that he wants to end abortion in mississippi he recently signed the most restrictive abortion law in the country that's already been challenged in court and now a new lawsuit is challenging dozens of other laws and regulations including a twenty four hour waiting period and what advocates describe as unnecessarily stringent rules for facilities that provide abortion the standoff between the.
"phil bryant" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio
"Senator thad cochran republican from mississippi his farewell address today on the senate floor he has served as senator mississippi since nineteen seventy eight before that he spent three terms in the us house and he is resigning effective april first due to poor health he says mississippi governor phil bryant yesterday named cindy hyde smith state's commissioner of agriculture and commerce to take the place of senator cochran there'll be a special election in november to fulfill to fill out the remainder of cochrane's seat couple of headlines today president donald trump's lead lawyer in the russia investigation is resigning or associated press a mid a shakeup with the present legal team attorney john dowd confirms his decision saying i love the president i wish him well the partner come several days after the president editor new lawyer former us attorney joseph to genoa who's been heavily critical fbi special counsel robert muller's investigation president trump taking the first step in imposing tariffs on nearly fifty billion dollars worth of chinese imports the order signed today is aimed at punishing china for stealing american technology and pressuring us companies to hand it over the president says the us and china have the largest trade deficit of any country in the history of the world and he blames deficit on lost american jobs he says the move will make the a much stronger much richer nation and the house of representatives has passed a omnibus spending bill to keep the government open past friday deadline at midnight would fund the government the rest of the fiscal year through the end of september one point three trillion dollars the vote was fifty six to one sixty seven so now it heads over to the senate and we'll keep our eyes on that to see how the debate unfolds bring you live coverage as we can a little bit earlier today senator bob corker republican from tennessee spoke about fifteen minutes in opposition to what the house just passed resonated speak about the the omnibus bill that we're going to be devoting out later today or tomorrow i just want wanna say i came to the united states senate almost twelve years ago i've got nine nine months left in my term i told folks back home can imagine.
Mississippi governor signs bill imposing nation's toughest abortion ban
"In downed trees in northern alabama county the limestone county sheriff's office posted photos on twitter of houses without roofs and destroyed garages in ardmore alabama on monday evening the office also tweeted that down trees and power lines were blocking roads in the county along the tennessee border jim smitherman the alabama emergency management executive operations officer says monday storms are just the start of the tornado sees march is the first month is so expect expect more to come for this season this is just the beginning and it is the the first wants everyone needs to really focus on this one and and and develop your plan and implemented the university of alabama suspended normal operations monday evening because of the severe weather threat president trump is adding a new lawyer to his legal team and the russia investigation one week after denying new york times story that he was expanding his legal team the president has tapped former us attorney joe digenova to join the team later this week the geneva has been an outspoken trump defender he has publicly discussed what he believes is a brazen plot to exonerate hillary clinton in the email investigation and to frame president trump with a falsely created crime right clugston the white house mississippi's governor has signed the nation's tightest abortion restrictions into law republican governor phil bryant signed house bill fifteen ten on monday afternoon it becomes law immediately and bans most abortions after fifteen weeks gestation brian has frequently said he wants mississippi to be the safest place in america for an unborn child unquote the state's only abortion provider filed a lawsuit an hour after governor bryant signed the bill on wall street a rough day the.
6 months after Hurricane Maria, CBS News returns to Puerto Rico
"Governor says that by an acting law that bans most abortions after fifteen weeks of just asian the state is quote saving more of the unborn than any state in america and what better thing can we do republican governor phil bryant made the comments while he signed the law today in a closed ceremony the state's only abortion clinic and one of the doctors who practices there filed a federal lawsuit in jackson an hour after the governor signed that measure into law mayor emanuel and congressman gutierrez will lead a delegation to hurricane ravaged puerto rico on friday bill cameron says there are political overtones lonzo for reelection in eleven months and a relief mission to puerto rico doesn't do his support in chicago's puerto rican community any harm at all the city of big children's well being resources to make sure we will not rest until families and friends in puerto rico not just have power but have other ability to do what they need to move on and get back to work be able to raise their families as well and the qatar is spin in was to compare rahm to roberto clementi at a baseball field dedication a baseball field that it's fitting to the memory and the legacy of roberto clemente but at the same time mary you're fulfilling that legacy by leading a delegation to puerto rico as he did to managua nicaragua where he lost his life at city hall bill cameron wls am eight ninety near a suburban teacher and coach has died after suffering a heart attack or nick gale with that brooke north high school has announced that physical education teacher and coach mark roberto died sunday after suffering a heart attack while on a bike ride sunday afternoon during his time at glennbeck north ribera acted as a coach for the boys water polo wrestling and football teams in a staffy male the principal gb n says that quote ribera was a.
Mississippi governor signs bill imposing nation's toughest abortion ban
"Was legal team in the russia investigation one week after denying a new york times story that he was expanding his legal team the president has tapped former us attorney joe digenova to join the team later this week the geneva has been an outspoken trump defender he has publicly discussed what he believes is a brazen plot to exonerate hillary clinton in the email investigation and to frame president trump with falsely created crime right clugston the white house mississippi's governor has signed the nation's tightest abortion restrictions and the law republican governor phil bryant signed house bill fifteen ten on monday afternoon it becomes law immediately and bans most abortions after fifteen weeks gestation bryant has frequently said he wants mississippi to be the safest place in america for an unborn child the dow plunged three hundred thirty six points the nasdaq was down one hundred thirty eight today after reports the cambridge politic's improperly harvested information from fifty million facebook users former cambridge analytics employees chris wiley told nbc's today show.
"phil bryant" Discussed on KQED Radio
"The cries but also since the hope now there were tears in the audience as she is she talked about that he also noted that the country today is suffering from some of the same ills as when her husband was assassinated by a white supremacist in 1963 and she said he now with mississippi can rise so can the rest of the country during we mentioned earlier the congressman john lewis boycotted the event after governor phil bryant who's a republican invited the president did congressman lewis say why entered other people choose not to come well he said it was an insult and yes other people decided not to come including mississippi's only black congressman benny thompson issued a joint statement with congressman lewis lewis actually had been jailed in jackson and was supposed to share the stage with marley everswilliams had make some comments of he wasn't here the in double a cpa and the jackson mayor had a counter event as the president with coming into town this morning the the current president of the end up all icp is from mississippi so some significant people were not here also just ordinary people i spoke with one gentleman who had come here from mound by you which is up in the mississippi delta that is a historic town that was founded by freed slaves arman johnson was really looking forward to seeing the museum but he said he was not at all pleased to know that the president had come to mississippi for this occasion w i have a couple of seconds left i was just wondering if this is all taking place in the context of the important senate race in alabama and i just wondered if the president's visit is being seen in in some how in context with that not really he didn't say anything about that here today even though this is pretty close to that state he did however last night in an appearance in.
"phil bryant" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio
"The full of physical that was presidents go through they'll take place at walter reed and those uh records will be released by the doctor following nath taking place thanks so much white house press secretary sarah sanders briefing in the white house briefing room today an update on something else he said during the briefing is she was asked about the us participation in the south korea olympic games and so that no official decision had been made but the goal was to attend will later sarah sanders tweeted this update the us looks forward to participating in the winter olympics in south korea the protection of americans is our top priority and we are engaged with the south koreans and other partner nations to secure the venues also this afternoon congressman john lewis says he will not be speaking at the opening of a mississippi civil rights in history museums calling it intolerable that president donald trump will be attending lewis made the announcement today he's a democrat from georgia civil rights icon who helped organize the 1954 freedom summer that targeted segregation in mississippi i was republican is to be governor phil bryant who invited fellow republican donald trump to attend this weekend a lot of questions today to the the the white house briefing about the resignation of senator al franken democrat from minnesota facing numerous sexual misconduct allegations and fellow democrats in the senate many of them calling on him to resign today he went to the senate floor spoke for about ten minutes and said he will resign a couple of months ago i felt that weird entered important moment in the history of this country we were finally beginning the listen to women about.
"phil bryant" Discussed on WCTC
"Right great conversation regarding israel and jerusalem becoming the capital love it i want to switch gears a little bit we can come back to that conversation if you'd like to a little bit later on in the next hour i wanna switch to this interesting turn of events regarding the end ablaze cp president trump is supposed to appear in an opening celebration for these civil rights museum in mississippi he plans to attend with the organizers with the organisation's leader um but it has been sharply criticised by the end double acp the mississippi civil rights museum a project of the state's department of archives and history is said to open with a ribbon cutting ceremony on saturday in a jackson in jackson mississippi jackson mississippi a very famous capital of mississippi of course a johnny cash making it quite famous in a series of songs the event will feature speeches from civil rights leaders and elected officials including mississippi including mississippi governor phil bryant it was actually the mississippi governor he is a republican phil bryant he is the one who extended the invitation to president trump but the end of alesi end up alesi p president dierickx johnson's saturday sharply worded statement that trump's attendance would be quote unquote an affront to the movement come ram uh which is of course commemorated up by the museum this is what derek johnson said and i want to hear your thoughts eight seven seven three six seven two five two six that's eight seven seven.
"phil bryant" Discussed on SuperTalk WTN 99.7
"And contemporary of emmett till trump's visit as an insult he has never been a supporter of civil whites are equal opportunity or justice he's been silent uncivil whites issues and his silence speaks volumes been silent but is only been in the since january when i mean he's been silent on what big earthshattering civil rights legislation has come down the pike in the last eleven months the white house confirmed that trump would attend the ceremony and white house press secretary sarah sanders says it was very sad someone wouldn't want trump the year when she was asked about possible protests said i think that would be honestly very sand i think this is this is something that should be should bring the country together to celebrate the opening of this busy m and highlighting the civil rights movement and the prime grit crop progress that we've made i would hope that those individuals would join them at celebrations that a protesting at however they have every right to protest it trump was invited to the opening ceremony by mississippi governor phil bryant speakers of the event include bryant along with former governors haley barbour and william winter's civil rights activists merely ever is williams will also speak trump's repeatedly make comments the critics complain a racially insensitive a most notably face backlash in august for his initial remarks regarding the violence in charlottesville voller will white nationalist rally when he said both sides shared blame for the violence and of course they did and they do and they continue to as a matter of fact i think you'll see a lot more violence coming from the marxist and tv folks and you will from the klan now that the clan or the or the neonazis are nice people is just a this nobody takes them seriously do you know anybody who takes the clan of the neonazis seriously their joke i mean i could but i see plenty of folks who take black lives matter seriously plenty in black lives matter these are all soros front groups by the way he she didn't know they're all marxist groups and they have said as much of in they come out and talk about well what was this thing about we gotta have a black christmas because we don't want to support white.
"phil bryant" Discussed on AM 1350 WEZS
"The supreme court they rejected the confederate emblem appeal you know there's been a lot of talk over that so they rejected it from an african american attorney who called the confederate battle emblem on the mississippi flag and official endorsement of white supremacy this story has been a long time coming so they they they axed this suit over the mississippi flag because that's where it i mean that's where that all came from so they rejected that and said uh the justices didn't comment they ended the lawsuit and the the lawyer was carlos more he was trying to have the flag declared an unconstitutional relic of slavery so mississippi has used the same maggs since eighteen 94 it's the last state banner featuring the confederate symbol in a red field topped by a blue in case you haven't seen it blew tilted cross dotted by 13 white stars and so a lot of people say look this is racist as supporters say they've represents history did represents history morris said that he received five death threats because of the lawsuit three deaths threat threats rather because he removed them mississippi flag from his courtroom after he became a city judge and clark stale and he said he's disappointed that the justices chose not to consider the case any any did say they news going to be a longshot of course as big time big time lawsuit even the republican governor said in mississippi for those of you listening mississippi phil bryant you now he said the lawsuit was frivolous and that the flag design you know that if the flags on is going to be reconsidered it should be done by a statewide vote as it was more than sixteen years ago i would go for that just make dude put it to the people mississippi and see what they have to say on that note stay with us we're going to help the tense with more here on america tonight yeah in view investing is a longterm process how many times can you think of in the last decade that the stock market has destroyed retirement funds for people just like you and me for your existing ira you need the security that gold has provided for centuries remember gold has never been worth zero capital gold would like to introduce.
"phil bryant" Discussed on WJNT 1180 AM
"To try to do during two different elections is exactly what he either has done or is trying to do it he is not veered from it he still hadn't come made by going to lunch and see on how to show well jackson he called me yesterday and asked me had hand let alto you during upright uh you know we are in a world and particularly in a country where there is something called the double standard we see it all around us the rules of the game about whether or not you could say things about barack obama about his wife about his children that was one set of rules then when barack obama's not in office and donald trump is in office the rules that applied to the predecessors wife and children don't apply to donald trump's children late night television i used to enjoy i don't watch any of it anymore because it's all crock of bs all it is is another instrument for liberal america to try to trump's trump that's all it is and i'm just tired of it maxine waters that non alost rious non impressive none patriotic congresswoman said oh public television a week ago about her disdain of donald trump is the president she said just leave it up to me i'll take him out if you had said that about barack obama us marshals would have been at your door it is absolutely amazing then i read that an elementary school oh as children at a hallowing party and the children were encouraged to throw bean bags at a donald trump tombstone or a fundraiser but oh something happen some parents got some steel rods in their spine and stood up to the principal and said we are offended in you better do something about this okay well she apologized in you know no matter what you do even if you kill somebody as long as you apologise everything is ok she said we didn't mean to offend anyone yell it right i'm sure that we believe that look we're gonna i wanna try to draw some pera lille's between a person that i think should be one of the most admired corporate leaders in america today that being jeff bezos of amazon too what governor phil bryant did yesterday regarding the jackson public schools and you'd say how do.
"phil bryant" Discussed on WJNT 1180 AM
"Eleven eighty and let's talk about this if you could give the advice to governor phil bryant what advice would you give him he may be listed if you could talk with dorsey carson let toyota or any of the other concerned parents and alumni who say that the last thing we need is a state takeover but they have never come forward other than a motion into kids talking about morale they've never come forward and said if it's not a state takeover let us tell you specifically what we will all come together in due to move jackson public schools from an f two a d or to a see here the things that we will do and don't tell me about renaming a school that's not the answer is one person said on kingfisher's website if you're gonna arena name davis to barack obama does that mean i can rename mara to trump high school and when the hispanics end up with a majority of the population is it okay if they remove all of the names like barack obama and put it down as jose joe vera i these have absolutely nothing to do with improving the school system but what they do is they reflect on the priorities of the people of jackson who consider a name change far more important than academic improve movement an academic excellence you say all but it would be embarrassing to jefferson davis to look nancy what's happened well i got news for you it ought to be embarrassing to you to renamed after barack obama who did more to create racial division in this country than anybody in the last forty to fifty years just a matter of opinion but your children didn't even know who the hailed jefferson davis waugh's until the.