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02:54 min | 2 months ago

"phyllis randall" Discussed on WTOP

"Your free estimate. Today. It's 11 11. In his veto message. Maryland Governor Larry Hogan called House Bill 16 Sanctuary state legislation that and syringes Hogan also vetoed a bill that would have eliminated the requirement calling for the governor to approve parole recommendations. Kate Ryan w T O P News now the bills all past with enough Democratic votes to override the vetoes. Howard County Council has approved a lot of money for schools, libraries and small businesses. Also, money for police before to one vote yesterday provides more than $640 million for public schools and a million dollars to help small businesses get looms. The budget also provides almost a million dollars to pay for body worn cameras for police and the council approved $5 million for pedestrian and bicycle infrastructure, a record the $2.2 billion operating and capital budget. It provides historically high funding to the school system, the county's community college and its libraries with no tax increases. Christopher Cruz w T o P News The past year has been very difficulty for everyone. And now in her annual state of Loudon County address the board chair, Phyllis Randall is asking what's next? 2020 won't just be remembered for the pandemic. The murders of George Blue Wade, Briana Taylor and Ahmad Aubrey War from many Americans. A tipping point well on board chair, Phyllis Randall says the county has a dearth of affordable housing, She says residents should ask themselves how many new neighbors they can welcome where the home should be built and how infrastructure can be built before or as the new homes go in, is an important for us to have a county that welcomes new college graduates. And retard Aries and very importantly, what is the connection between attainable housing and a strong economy? The Lord constrained. W T o p News sports is an accident's 11 14. Let's see. Oh, should I add shrimp to my salad for $10 more? Gail is adjusting. I mean, a Caesar salad is delicious and all, but I do love shrimp. She's adjusting to having a few more bucks in her pocket. Thanks to the new loaded scratch offs from the Maryland lottery. You know what? I'm doing it. I'm adding the shrimp because she's loaded Now I'm loaded now.

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"phyllis randall" Discussed on WTOP

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03:42 min | 7 months ago

"phyllis randall" Discussed on WTOP

"P news as we know what happened in D. C does not stay in D. C. On that note. Phyllis Randall, who chairs the Loudon County Board of Supervisors, wants her constituents to stay home, She says the situation in D C is a tender box, she tells w. T o p she's been praying about. What she could do to head off what she calls fairly dangerous protests, she points out counter protests in this case will only make matters worse. No better time than the present to push for statehood. D c delegate Eleanor Holmes. Norton did just that. On the first day of the 117th Congress. In this latest attempt, Congresswoman Eleanor Holmes Norton announced that her statehood bill has more support than ever with a record number of original co sponsors. 200 to that broke the previous record of 155, which he said in 2019 Mayor Bowser expressed her appreciation to Norton for her leadership and continuing to grow support for the matter. Especially after 2020 saw the first ever house passage of a statehood bill for the district. She says they're carrying that momentum into 2021 with renewed hope and a president who knows D C struggle and supports the cause of granting 706,000 tax paying residents full and equal citizenship. Sandy coz l w T O P News AH woman was killed yesterday morning in the district. It's D. C s first homicide of the New year, 22 year old Kolia Rainey was shot on Wheeler Road and said. Of these D. C. At around 2 30 officers found rainy inside of a car. She was taken to the hospital, where she was pronounced dead. 2020 was the deadliest year for D. C since 4 2198 homicides up from 166 in 2019. And Randall County lawmakers want the next legislative session to be productive. They're letting their bills do the talking delegate Heather Abagnale pre filed two bills focusing on access to mental health delegate Sandi Bartlett sponsored a bill that would ban law enforcement from interrogating a child under 18 before they've had a chance to talk to an attorney and delicate. Michael Malone pre filed a bill that would take a look at how boundaries of formed in his anti Jerry Mandarin bill. Lawmakers are looking to hit the ground running on a range of legislation from racial John Justice to the pandemic. Almost 60 bills were found ahead of the first joint session of the year on January 13th Andrea Cameron w T. O P NEWS Maryland LAWMAKERS air working to require that all police officers in the state where body cameras but are facing fiscal challenges. The capital News Service reports that a bipartisan group Focused on police accountability recommended that the state mandate cameras by 2025 State Senator Justin really says that he isn't opposed to the move. But on Lee if the mandate doesn't break the bank for the state's smaller counties, it's 12 07. I am Dave Glowy. President and CEO of the National Insurance Crime Bureau, in the aftermath of a disaster victims just want to get their lives back together, But the TV is warning There are some fraudulent contractors. You may approach you after a storm for a quick fix. They'll say anything as long as they get you to sign a contract and hand over a payment. Don't be a victim twice know who you're dealing with. And remember if you didn't request it rejected. Report fraud Call us at 1 800 Tell an I C B. This is a public service message from the National Insurance Crime Bureau. Having repairs done in your apartment should never come with strings attached, like being harassed and constantly pressured for sexual favors. My landlord told me my rent would be free if I gave him something. In exchange,.

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"phyllis randall" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

01:57 min | 11 months ago

"phyllis randall" Discussed on WTOP

"Is available. He said that providing childcare for 56 Children deprive 6000 people of services in the library. Asked if Carter's departure was retribution Supervisor chair Phyllis Randall tells w T O p. She didn't ask for it. She wished it didn't happen and said that she hoped he'd reconsider. The log unstained w T. O P knows supporters of the criminalizing magic mushrooms in the district say their movement is gaining steam and more people are onboard. Now with the idea. New polling is out on initiative, 81 the item that will be on D C's ballot in November that calls for decriminalizing psychedelic plants, including magic mushrooms. Supporters unveiled the poll conducted by the polling firm FM three research, and it shows that 60% of D C. Voters now support the idea on increase of 9% points since the last poll was conducted back in April. While supporters say psychedelic drugs Khun be used as a treatment for mental health issues, opponents point to concerns about drug abuse. And dangerous side effects. Nick Kind l E w T O P News we're learning. The vice President Mike Pence will speak before cadets at Virginia Military Institute next Thursday. It'll be joined by the secretary of the Army. Mike Ryan McCarthy, who graduated from V M in 1996, in a statement via my superintendent, says both will share their wisdom and contribute to the school's mission of forming citizen soldiers. The event is closed to the public school in Lexington, is the nation's oldest state supported military college. Let's get a check of the numbers on Wall Street are rough day. Just play ball certainly is the Dow is now down. 702 points. Yes and P 500 Index is down 3%. Money news in 10 minutes on the whole GOP sports at 15 and 45, powered by Red River technology decisions aren't black and white..

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"phyllis randall" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

02:13 min | 1 year ago

"phyllis randall" Discussed on WTOP

"O P Right now. We have 77 degrees in Largo, 79 in Manassas and 78 degrees in northwest Washington. It's 9 11 Now a lawyer for a Woodbridge man has released video that he says shows a Virginia state trooper threatening his client during a traffic stop on the Beltway in April of last year. You're gonna get your ass in front of board in all creation. Derek Thompson of Woodbridge can be seen refusing to get out of his car after he was pulled over for an expired inspection decals. It was also determined he had a suspended license, and he eventually pleaded guilty to that plus obstruction of justice without force. But now, his lawyer says the video Is proof Thompson was assaulted during the arrest. Ah, a statement from Stapley says Trooper Charles he was conduct in the video violated the agency standards. He's now on administrative leave John Doman w T o P News. Loudon County Board of Supervisors is preparing to shift from a possible change in policing to a wider overhaul of county government. During a meeting this week, County board chair Phyllis Randall announced their intent to drop the idea of asking for a vote a referendum on forming a police department and will instead consider emotion to study the county's government structure. Since proposing the policing idea, Randall says she's had one constant theme with feedback that people first quote. Want to see the numbers. Motion to study Loudon is government system is being proposed by county Supervisor Mike Turner. If approved, it will likely take awhile. Randall says she's been told by the county administrator, it could take two years to finish. Ken Duffy W T O be news Local police and clergy leaders got together in D. C last night to talk about police tensions in the community why the tensions exist and how to reduce them. We want to discuss some things and see what can be done. Bishop Glenn Staples lead the discussion at the Temple of Praise in Southeast D. C hearing from police leaders, including D. C police chief Peter Newsom, who said officers sometimes lack empathy when dealing with the public. He explained. Why the trauma that police officer's face and some of our most challenging communities Israel after you've seen that trauma so many times it becomes, it becomes normal. Newsome.

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"phyllis randall" Discussed on WTOP

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02:08 min | 1 year ago

"phyllis randall" Discussed on WTOP

"And replaced with a brand new, beautiful USMC, aka the event was billed as a celebration of economic ties. Whoever critics in Mexico are worried that President Andres Manuel Lopez or Obrador is being used as a political pawn to bolster Mr Trump's reelection campaign. Facebook has reportedly taken down dozens of pages and accounts that are affiliated with longtime GOP operative Roger Stone. According to multiple outlets, the social media giant cited coordinated inauthentic behavior. It's words Dating all the way back to the 2016 the election. They say Stone used fake accounts another deception to manipulate public debate that he drew attention to post by Wikileaks. The longtime ally, President Trump is set to serve more than three years in prison for impeding an investigation into the Russian election interference of 2016 The military official who provided some of the most damaging testimony in President Trump's impeachment is now retiring. Lieutenant Colonel Alexander of Inman told friends he was leaving because the controversy over his expected promotion to colonel was holding up all others on the list. The White House accused him of misconduct. The allegation was determined to be unfounded. After an investigation. His lawyers say he was bullied, intimidated and retaliated against for his testimony. His patriotism they say, cost him his career. CBS correspondent CAMI McCormick, the Confederate statue that has stood on the grounds of the Louden County courthouse since 19 0 wait will soon be going away Our story from double DT Opie's Neal Augenstein, this statue of a Confederate soldier was put up by the Loudon County chapter of the United Daughters of the Confederacy 112 years ago. With Virginia's new law allowing localities to decide howto handle war monuments. The group asked for the statue back now. Loudon County Board of Supervisors has voted to return the silent Sentinel statue to the group. Board chair, Phyllis Randall has argued for years, the divisive statue had no place on county owned property..

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"phyllis randall" Discussed on WTOP

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01:34 min | 1 year ago

"phyllis randall" Discussed on WTOP

"No says the proposal from the operator of the dollars Greenway to raise tolls 30% over the next five years is an insult and their residents already avoid the Greenway because of its cost and the best piece of evidence. As the population of loud and county has increased since 2005. Ridership on the Greenway has actually gone down. Board of Supervisors Traer Phyllis Randall says the Greenway would become a class based system that disallows people from using it. The log unstained w GOP New to Maryland highway workers have been killed in work zones in the past month, and Al W. T. O P. S. K. Ryan tells us the state's transportation officials stop topped the state's top transportation official, I should say has a simple request for drivers slow down and move over the so called move over law in Maryland, was initially enacted to protect police and emergency workers. We're vulnerable to speeding traffic as they respond to crash scenes. Maryland Transportation Secretary Greg Slater says state transportation trucks are often sent to those scenes to act as a buffer since 2016. We've had 30 of them hit on the side of the road, and we've had four of our trucks hit this year that were staged to protect law enforcement on the side of the road doing their job. Under current law, drivers must move over when they come upon work zones as well. And if they can't They have to slow down Kate Ryan w. T. O P News Police are searching for the person who shot a man in the leg during a House party here early this morning in Middleton, Maryland. That's in Frederick County, police say when.

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"phyllis randall" Discussed on WTOP

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02:02 min | 1 year ago

"phyllis randall" Discussed on WTOP

"Erase history. The black lives matter Movement has pushed many states to take a hard look at their state emblems and statues and dismantle symbols of slavery and racism. The flag is still visible along many southern highways, and in some stores, it is far from being banished. But even supporters of the flag or surprised by the speed with which change is taking place amid a national debate over racial inequality, the Confederate monument that said On the courthouse grounds in downtown Leesburg is in its final hours of standing in a place of prominence. The statue of the Confederate soldier was built by the Loudon chapter of the United Daughters of the Confederacy in 19 0 aid. Now Louden County Board chair Phyllis Randall has gotten a letter from the group's lawyer. The daughters are saying they'd like to retrieve their statue. As of July 1st Virginia localities, Khun Decide the fate of Confederate statues. Seven of nine supervisors have already said they supported its removal. It was Without some understanding on their part that the statue was going to come down that they stepped forward and said that they would take it back on July 7th, Randall will make a motion to the board tohave the daughter's retrieve their statue. Neil Organ Sting. W T. O P No. 50 to A display promoting racial justice that stood in front of the Clarendon United Methodist Church was defaced overnight are linked, announces the photographs into the website shows the words It's okay to be white, written on banner's members that Church wrote on the banners that the church has committed to fighting systemic racial injustice. The church says it was able to remove the graffiti. Last week, the word black in black lives matter was cut out of a sign in front of Rock Spring Congregational Church in Arlington. Well. He was an Emmy and Grammy Award winning American comedy icon who made us laugh. Beginning in the early years of TV. Carl Reiner has died at his home in Beverly Hill Horn in the Bronx In 1922. Carl Reiner served in the Air Force during World War two broke into TV writing for Caesar's hour in Your show of shows before forming a comedy duo with Mel Brooks to create legendary.

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"phyllis randall" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

02:16 min | 1 year ago

"phyllis randall" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"Is it okay to spray paint on the statue's black lives matter no one what's the difference I'm not a racist I just don't agree with when asked his name the man replied everybody before then driving off a judge in Richmond's expected to hear arguments today over whether to extend a temporary prohibition on the removal of the general Robert E. Lee statue on monument Avenue concrete barriers were installed around the statute to protect the safety of demonstrators and the structure at least two lawsuits have been filed to trying keep the state from taking the twelve ton statue down its forty foot concrete pedestal covered top to bottom in graffiti by the time the statue controversy sorted out in Richmond there may be a new one brewing in Leesburg where the Confederate monument in front of the Loudon county courthouse is being targeted for removal the statue a wreckage in nineteen oh eight that was the time when our country took a turn towards Jim crow laws and other laws that are prohibited the right of African American individuals in our society pastor Jerry Johnson is leaving a faith based effort to bring the statue down board chairman Phyllis Randall says shall submit a bill next month to require the statues removal Arlington county's new school superintendent says students may have to go to school every other day or every other week when it opens this fall we must consider that we have to have sex with distance among students and staff and for obvious reasons we don't have classrooms based that that size new school superintendent Dr Francisco Duran says AC PS is trying to coordinate with the rest of northern Virginia schools we want to try as much as possible to have a plan that's in northern Virginia plan fifty percent of our our teachers do not live in Arlington county and so if they live in other counties and they have students that they're all that are in those counties and their schedules are different than ours that would be a challenge barber brick W. one A. L. and W. one A. L. dot com parts of Virginia are getting a new area code the state corporation commission says a new eight to six area code we created an overlap with the existing five four zero area code the overlapping area codes allow people with existing five forty numbers to keep them but the new number is issued in that territory will carry the eight twenty six told the commission says the five.

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"phyllis randall" Discussed on WTOP

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02:17 min | 1 year ago

"phyllis randall" Discussed on WTOP

"It meantime the future of Leesburg's Confederate monuments he is the center of a growing controversy and it will also be the focus of a future public hearing Loudon County Board of supervisors chair Phyllis Randall says on July seventh show last the board to hold a public hearing about the Confederate statue on the grounds of a welding county courthouse I do not believe that a Confederate statue belongs on public property and my vote will be to have it removed she says some of been offended for decades by that statute tearing it down it feels good at the moment but I want the people who have been wronged by this infighting in this watch the process play out as it should they deserve to be in the board room and this happened in Loudon county Neolog consisting WTOP news historians are looking into the past of the district police department it's a checkered journey that alternates between including and excluding blacks and it dates back more than a hundred fifty years one figure who stands out in Washington's history of sales Bowman who was elected mayor in eighteen sixty eight he appointed the police department's first two black officers and in the following years historian George Derek Musgrove says you get a pretty solid number of African Americans on the police force and some of them actually attempt to protect black rights during this period but that didn't last very long in eighteen seventy four Congress stripped away the right to vote from all DC residents and the police department purged itself of its black officers by eighteen seventy nine just one black officer was left on the force neckline Elie WTOP news if you've been working from home for months you and your boss may be having discussions about how and when you'll get back to work and one of the things you'll need to consider is how you're going to get there some people may be tele working for many more weeks to come others may want or need to get back to a more traditional work environment but how will you get there if you normally ride sharing a car or van pool the council of governments computer connection recommends limiting the number of passengers to one per roll and sitting diagonally from passengers in the vehicle if you're returning to public transit on your commute try to avoid full rail cars and buses and avoid touching services that many others are touching and of course we're a face covering.

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Half of states won't meet White House deadline for nursing home testing

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01:02 min | 1 year ago

Half of states won't meet White House deadline for nursing home testing

"News it was nearly two weeks ago the White House urged governors to ensure that every nursing home residents staff member be tested for the corona virus within fourteen days here's our deadlines not gonna be mad also according to a review by the Associated Press at least half of the states are not going to meet the white house's deadline with some not even trying some states say logistics costs and manpower needed to do it or too great right now northern Virginia is on the path to entering phase one of re opening Loudon county's board of supervisors chairwoman Phyllis Randall says regional health officials say when it comes to a downward trend in positive cases for fourteen days having enough hospital beds and I see you space northern Virginia is in pretty good shape a lot of the times reports the region still has two other key metrics that still needs to meet those involved availability of personal protective gear and sufficient increases in the ability to test and trace cases while other parts of the state have already moved into phase one of re opening or the Virginia chose to delay the move because of virus activity in the

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"phyllis randall" Discussed on WTOP

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01:30 min | 1 year ago

"phyllis randall" Discussed on WTOP

"Your primary care or your local emergency room physician hourlong WTOP news Maryland's local election directors are urging the state to move to a mail in only ballot system for the April twenty eighth primary the local board of elections directors are citing concerns about exposure to election judges and voters remember many polling locations are held in senior centers around the state however the Baltimore sun says directors have so far been told to move forward as if the election will happen as normal the director say moving to mail only elections in just a month and a half time would be both complicated and expensive in something that should be decided one way or the other right now schools and senior centers are closed around the region but daily meals for eligible children and seniors will still be served everyday in Loudon county Loudon county public schools are closed through March twenty seventh but students in the meals program can be served at any school and while senior centers are counseling activities Loudon County Board of supervisors chair Phyllis Randall says the senior centers will be open each day eleven AM to one PM to serve meals it would not be wise to close down our senior centers and not feed our seniors adult daycare centers will remain open we want to feed them and we want to observe them on a daily basis libraries will remain open so that those without home computers can access the internet Dickey only on WTOP news.

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"phyllis randall" Discussed on The Dworkin Report

The Dworkin Report

08:22 min | 1 year ago

"phyllis randall" Discussed on The Dworkin Report

"That we should be doing that immediately. my district and Most of the county is bordered by the river to the north And when it county four hundred thousand people. I think that we can be making an impact on the environment stopping our impact on the environment right now and what was the moment. I always like to ask this question of people run for the office. That was the thing. What was the moment where you're like? I'M GONNA run. What was the deciding factor in that? Oh sure so chair Phyllis Randall Asked me to run fairly early in the game When she learned about my story and she learned about me personally my activity in the community and the fact that I helped A friend of mine. Run for the seat actually in twenty fifteen. She asked me to run fairly early. But I wasn't sure I knew I was going to become active You know at one way or the other her After was unjustly fired so What I did immediately? Actually it was signed towards the polls in two thousand seventeen. I got very involved and local Democratic Party and helps Jennifer Waxman campaign quite a bit Just knocking doors just to see if it was something that you know. I enjoy doing and I wanted to learn what kind of commitment was involved And I learned a ton and Jennifer Wax and been a fabulous mentor and so it was probably I think it was around August of twenty eighteen When Phyllis Randall had a meeting with potential candidates and she basically said okay? Are we GONNA do this and I said yes. We're GONNA do this right is there. Is there it. Is there something where I guess that that drives you to make change within the community and also speak out because your finger the finger her around the world obviously in so. It's pretty interesting that it all kind of meshes together with what you've done your entire life So but it's now in the public view public. I is it hard being A. I guess getting asked all the time about being a single mom or ask questions about it. It must be tough to do the job. I guess the job is GonNa be fulltime right. Super being the Board of Supervisors Right. That's a full-time gig right. Actually it's not in Loudon County. It is in Fairfax County but non county. It's not Share Randall made a commitment to do. Her job is cheerful time. And when she won in two thousand fifteen and she'll continue to work fulltime but the majority of the board actually They have jobs outside of serving on the Board of supervisors. So you're going to be on board supervisor's you're going to have to work fulltime and you've got your kids In your superwoman. Well we get paid So I'm I'm hoping that I can you know either. Consult work part time in conjunction with my serving on the board because I do want to give it the attention that it deserves And my kids are sixteen exceeded fourteen. So you know I'm in no way out of the woods where that you never are the parents probably but They are much more self sufficient you know as high schoolers than than they would have been if they were middle school. Elementary School at the time But Yeah I'm GonNa have you know On the head of the household I gotta pay my mortgage and you you know Make sure my kids are on on track with school and everything else that they're doing boy scouts You Know Swim Team Field Hockey. All of that gotta keep all those balls. Yeah for sure I get I. Don't get tired of being asked about it. But as I said I've always been an extrovert and you know outspoken In my community and out there in my community right like I been You know volunteer in so many capacities on the CO founder of a local running club so I'm sort of used to being Known down in in in the community already. You also bike. You know how to write about. I know that for sure so tell our listeners owners about your experience of criticizing the president facing retaliation and fighting back Yeah I mean I you know being a woman I think I faced a certain type of retaliation back Maybe other critics of the president. Don't repeat I've I've been threatened via phone mail Personally I was actually flipped off yesterday on the streets in my community so But you know I think that the women of our country our community our county. Our state are Becoming much more active and outspoken and We're not going succumb to a tone policing or threats or insult About our Zeke or how we Decide to to speak out and become active And I'm I'm really glad to. Just be a small part of that Revolution that's happening in in our country I mean the grass roots organizations that have helped in Virginia and helped with my campaign are amazing and the more majority of them are led by women You know we've got network Nova the women the summit here in northern Virginia they have been fantastic MOMS demand action. They have been fantastic So many groups have helped with what has happened in Virginia You know I'm just one that the one that went out there and got you know decided to run but we none of us could have done it without the support of these grassroots Organization and most of them have been led by women. Would you give advice to somebody who's thinking about running for office. Wha what advice would you give them. I would tell them to start attending the meetings. Thanks for the physicians that they think they are interested in running for. But I would also say you don't have to run for office to make a difference if it's not something that you think that it fits with your personality or your passion or you know your family life at the time. There are so many other ways to get to to get involved Joining in your you know your local Democratic Party or moms demand action Or something like that or there's a number. There's always a number of committees or commissions that you can be asked to be appointed to to In your community where you can start helping out so You know I would just say get involved in any way that you can because there's a lot a lot of work to be done and it has become very clear After the election twenty sixteen how much more work we really need to do But I'm very very proud of You Know My district for backing me up on my values which aren't the trump that trump agenda values and as did my county and my entire state we have rebuked the trump agenda and I hope that we continue to do so first. Question what what is your feeling about trump in general I think I made my. Hey my feelings and opinion of of that Administration very very clear and twenty seventeen and I pretty much feel the same way now but I consider. Yeah you know me winning the seat the best way to to make an impact in the best way to say you know to bring my values and the values of the Democratic Party talk to the fore and taking the majority on the board is the best way to to fight this agenda supervisor elect where can people follow you on twitter. At juniper the U. L.. I tell you I do not know ee now. E Oh congratulations on your win. I think you've got a bright future we're here in politics and I think it's GonNa be you're GONNA be around for a while here And so I appreciate your time but I also appreciate everything you've done. Ah I know that it wasn't planned. It wasn't something but but it was definitely not necessary for the time and it was very helpful because that sort of thing it really does reinvigorate people. They're not alone and that they feel the same kind of opinion. And so you meant a lot to a lot of people as silly as some may take get as I took it very seriously and I know that you did to thank you for standing up for for people and thank you for staying up to make a difference. I appreciate your time. Yeah thank he's a much. Yeah I'm just so glad I had the opportunity to lean in and I really appreciate your time as well. Thanks for having me only think Julie Brisk men for taking the time. Congratulations again on your wind. Julie One of the grants term producer. You can bell him. Act Grants turn on twitter. You can go to our website at Dworkin report. Fort Dot com good our books website.

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"phyllis randall" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

03:05 min | 2 years ago

"phyllis randall" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"Morning everyone. I'm John Matthews. The man who dropped out his President Trump's nominee to the Federal Reserve Board says he's bummed out that he won't be able to serve in that role minutes to go. See more told WMA ELS mornings on the mall in an exclusive interview through my record of two thousand articles and five hundred speeches and hundreds of media appearances. You can pick out things that I've said that were either politically, correct. And some cases look stupid things, you know, fifteen twenty years ago that was really used to build a case against me. And Finally, I just had to call the president. And I couldn't do it. More made a point to praise President Trump, and especially the new employment numbers that came out a half hour ago, adding two hundred sixty three thousand jobs in April. The unemployment rate fell to three point six percent. The lowest levels in December nineteen sixty nine what's bad for Democrats in Baltimore City with the resignation of mayor, Catherine Pugh could be good. For republicans. Baltimore city's last two democratic mayors saw their share of controversy, Catherine Pugh resigned after a book scandal and Stephanie Rawlings Blake was heavily criticized for her handling of the Baltimore riots. The chair of the Republican party of Maryland Derkare, everything has a tipping point here tells WMA AL's alario Connor show in the last twenty years big cities such as Los Angeles with dick Reardon and New York City mayor Bloomberg and Guiliani where things do get so bad that they turn to Republican Heather Curtis on WMA, Allen, WFAN dot com. Virginia governor Ralph northern still being blasted for his black face scandal. Even from his own party loud and board chair Phyllis Randall who's running for a second term. This fall says she stands by her call for northern to resign. And that she will not accept any campaign. Donations from him. Randall could use the help she trails Republican challenger, John whit Beck in fundraising. But she says it would be the height of hypocrisy to accept help from northern you may soon be paying. More to park on the street in downtown Bethesda, but it could have been worse. Among county council panel is split the difference between the current to twenty-five hourly rate and the proposed four dollar Mark. And settled on three twenty five an hour expensive enough. They hope to keep cars moving out of the spaces quickly as possible. So others can use them as council member. Han dreamer noted last week. This is about intelligent management of public space. So that businesses can prosper downtown Silver Spring will likely get higher rates as well. They've not been set yet police in Howard county, you're taking a hard look at adding drones to their crime-fighting toolkit forming a work group to study the issue take a look at things like the technology itself. Apostate how we can do this with transparency what kind of training it would require and any, you know, privacy issues that might come with launching a program. Like this woman Llewellyn says drones potentially put is in places where officers can't usually go. Maryland appeals court has cleared the way for now from Montgomery County to impose a. Dan, approved by the county council for years ago on certain cosmetic lawn pesticides, the chemicals are approved federally. But some have been linked to cancer up next, traffic and weather on one zero five point nine FM and AM six thirty WMA L.

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"phyllis randall" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

02:00 min | 2 years ago

"phyllis randall" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"That morning everyone. I'm John Matthews. The new life Baptist church in capitol heights is going to need a new steeple. The Prince George's county fire department received a call it around midnight by someone reporting the church had been struck by lightning. Sure. Enough afire was found in the steeple and Attica the judge. It was put out. No one was hurt. Montgomery county. Lawmakers have scaled back a plan to increase street parking rates in downtown Bethesda proving a maximum rate of three twenty five hour that's lower than the four dollar price. Pushed by county executive Mark L rich, the panel ultimately siding with Bethesda council rep Andrew free who argued last week. Seventy percent is just a massive increase and we've already significantly by percentage increased parking on a relatively quickly councils also considering street parking rate hikes for downtown Silver Spring. But those new rates have not been set yet Virginia governor Ralph Northerns black face scandal continues to impact local politics. Ouden board chair Phyllis Randall who's running for reelection. This fall tells the Latin Times Mirror, she will not accept any donations from her fellow democrat Randall says she still stands by your call for northern to resign and claimed she could've taken a big check from him. But that would be the height of hypocrisy. Randall could use the money. She significantly trails Republican challenger, John whit Beck in fundraising Republicans in Virginia. Choose nominees for several state and local offices this weekend highlighted locally by the race to succeed. Corey stewart. It's Prince William county sport chairman Martin no even moderate who served on the board for sixteen years will face conservative John gray in a firehouse primary Saturday, gray Kalsi election a referendum on criminal aliens. And he says, no he would turn Prince William into a sanctuary county. Checking your money now opens at twenty six three zero eight the NASDAQ eighty thirty seven in sports, the national stop their three-game skit with a two one win over the cardinals Stephen Strasburg got the win and made history is hurt. On Massin got him number fifteen hundred he becomes.

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Justin Fairfax, Meredith Watson And Virginia discussed on Ric Edelman

Ric Edelman

01:20 min | 2 years ago

Justin Fairfax, Meredith Watson And Virginia discussed on Ric Edelman

"Halls for Virginia's Lieutenant governor to resign intensify. After a second woman says she was sexually assaulted by him. Meredith Watson says Justin Fairfax raped her when they were both students at Duke University in two thousand then in a second statement released yesterday, Watson's attorney said Fairfax is trying to smear her client with a typical. She's nuts defense by revealing that she was the victim of another rate. Once she told him about Watson says Fairfax use that information against her in his own statement. Fairfax says he never forced himself on anyone ever. And will not resign. But instead will work to clear his name Watson's accusations. Come after Dr Vanessa Tyson said Thursday Fairfax sexually assaulted her in two thousand four among those calling for Fairfax to step down the Virginia legislative black caucus and Loudon county board of supervisors chair and Fairfax's friend Phyllis Randall, both agree. That she works to clear his name. We still have to govern in the state, and we still have to have an agenda governors the president of the Senate. And so it's. It can't just be about one person clearing their name that has to be about the Commonwealth with. What is good for the Commonwealth delegate? Patrick hope democrat from Arlington says a fear fats doesn't voluntarily stepped down. You'll try to force them out. I believe these

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"phyllis randall" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

02:00 min | 2 years ago

"phyllis randall" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"Coming up. I'm mornings on the Malton. No, we had the smell it looks like we're going to get some more this weekend. Maybe a little probably not a lot of snow this weekend. Not like the last dumping some people. Creative and inventive ways to handle the snow. You all about it. And some of them involve fire spike, thirtieth WFAN WFAN FM. Woodbridge WMA, Washington your shot at one thousand dollars four times four K A W M A, L, A Cumulus station. WMA L news at five thirty good morning. I'm Barbara bread. The FBI is charged a Georgia man of plotting a terror attack at the White House and the Lincoln Memorial. Twenty one year old has Sharjil all to heap of Cummings Georgia met with undercover agents posing as potential terrorists to eat traded his car for weapons remote control explosives and grenades. That's according to the FBI, which says the man was radicalized early last year. The former head of the Republican party in Virginia announcing he will run against democrat Phyllis Randall for the Loudon county supervisor chair seat. That the incumbent had endorsed a deal that would guarantee increases on loud. I felt motivated to run. I've been thinking about it for several months in me over the edge. John whip back says his campaign will avoid what he calls angry partisan politics in Illinois, father and stepmother will spend decades in prison after starving. Their six year old son to death. Police say the boy way just seventeen pounds when he died Microsoft, pledging five hundred million dollars to help address homelessness and encourage affordable housing in Seattle as the tech giant drives. Both the economic boom in housing shortages. They're checking your money. Dow opens today twenty four thousand two hundred and seven the NASDAQ at seventy thirty four spa sports are sponsored by compassion. International. Wizards across the pond playing NBA basketball in London this afternoon with a game against the Knicks caps are.

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"phyllis randall" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

01:33 min | 2 years ago

"phyllis randall" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"The news brought to you by the big screen store. The Arlington school board lost that loving feeling and went with the second recommendation to replace Robert E Lee's name at Washington Lee, high school instead say Hello to Washington. Liberty the words of Emma, Lazarus on the statue of liberty are welcoming to all, and I believe that is a beautiful sentiment for our country for our community Barbara Dan for this school Barbara cannon. And and the other board members chose liberty over the first recommendation to name the school after Mildred and Richard loving. A couple of successfully challenged Virginia's one time ban on interracial marriage. It's day twenty one of the partial government shutdown and as the finger pointing over who is to blame continues. Maryland, governor Larry HOGAN, choosing both of his hands. When he tells WML's, Larry O'Connor, I think the Democrats are absolutely wrong to stand in the way of trying to do something about protecting the border. But I. I don't I also think the president is wrong to punish eight hundred thousand federal government workers as a hundred and forty seven thousand of which live in my state, local governments are helping out where they can Loudon counties. Donating money to local food banks to help furloughed workers and offering free rides to work board chair Phyllis Randall workers who after report to work because they're essential. But they're not being paid or alone. Call bus that goes from louder into DC, they will not be charged for that long bus. So how will the shutdown end President Trump said to be moving closer to declaring a national emergency and bypassing congress to build the wall using existing funds. There's a recognition right.

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"phyllis randall" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

01:39 min | 3 years ago

"phyllis randall" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"Will hold a news conference at five tomorrow night talk about the United Nations trip and other quote news of the day and Rondo county getting an infusion of cash from the state to fight gang related crime. The hard part. Finding these people and this grant is going to help to find us. Individuals and bring them to Justice county executive Steve shoe says the five hundred fifty thousand dollar grant will be split between prosecutors and law enforcement these partnerships. As we have arrested more than seventy the estimated one hundred fifty to two hundred MS thirteen gang members who've been roaming the streets of our jurisdiction and Rondo is part of a statewide intelligence network aimed at curbing gang related violence. John Matthews on WMA Allen, WFAN dot com for more than fifty years and other Potomac river crossing has been talked about in Virginia. The Loudon county. Board of supervisors has voted to narrow down possible. Locations of a possible bridge was some board members calling it a waste of time. We have been talking about this since the Kennedy administration. Come on at large tier Phyllis Randall, while council member Ron Meyers admits another Potomac bridge would be a long shot. But we certainly in Virginia want to not build walls. We want to build bridges with other communities. It's good for the economy. Any Potomac crossing would have to be approved on the state and federal level. Barbara bread WMA, Ellen WMA AL dot com. Checking your money tonight. The Dow finished the day down seventy points the s&p five hundred down four the NASDAQ up fourteen wwl sports brought to you by Maximus smart security lights. The nets host the Marlins at seven oh five. The Red Sox have been postponed the camps and blue.

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"phyllis randall" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

02:07 min | 4 years ago

"phyllis randall" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"In the county i agree chairwoman of phyllis randall however there's no way you can be a fourteen year it's just it it's i not effectively and my friend the upper mentioned ron meyer he he made i think probably the only important argument in favour of increasing the salary when you limit rolls of public service to those are independently wealthy you get a biased different at the frankly that's the most persuasive argument to me that if we you know if people can get rich doing other jobs and then run for office after they've made all their money well then you get a kind of a skewed who look at things um i i don't fully by it because i don't think that's necessarily the case and ultimately we the people have the decisionmaking power here on that and and by the way we have a billionaire president right now and i don't think he looks at things just as a rich person so um so i respect that argument i just disagree with it mike in loudon county mike you're mw male yes sir sure well act actually uh you know the supervisor in my district the boat extremely good work in having gone to some of the meeting can lift of the abuse that you get from uh that just wanna everything um it really is a fulltime job and i i think you know he's got a thing of job will matt matlet throw it is my supervisor in art at like this i i think that e folks local governments to eat aid what eat median income is in their district and that might actually motivate them to improve the overall economic situation so you want so you think it's a fulltime job so so if you do that mike are you gonna say okay you can come and be a fulltime allowed income any supervisor we're going to pay you the median income which by the way loudon county one of the richest not just in the state in the country the median income in loudon county is a hundred and fifteen thousand dollars a year so you've got to do this but you've got to give up your day job we want you to be a fulltime employees you while you think that's preferable while it is looking at.

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